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1. Microwave Radio SystemAlcatel-Lucent 9500 MXC Microwave Cross Connect User Manual 3DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 - July 2007 2. 9500 MXC User Manual3DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004…
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  • 1. Microwave Radio SystemAlcatel-Lucent 9500 MXC Microwave Cross Connect User Manual 3DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 - July 2007
  • 2. 9500 MXC User Manual3DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 July 2007This manual incorporates features and functions provided with 9500 MXC software release 4.0.Copyright © 2007 by Alcatel-LucentAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrievalsystem, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, magnetic,optical, chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Alcatel-Lucent or its licensor.WarrantyAny warranty must be referred exclusively to the terms of the contact of sale of the equipment this handbook refers to.Alcatel-Lucent makes no warranty of any kind with regards to this manual, and specifically disclaims the impliedwarranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Alcatel-Lucent will not be liable for errors containedherein or for damages, whether direct, indirect, consequential, incidental, or special, in connection with the furnishing,performance, or use of this material.The product specification and/or performance levels contained in this manual are for information purposes only andare subject to change without notice. They do not represent any obligation on the part of Alcatel-Lucent.Safety RecommendationsThe safety recommendations below must be considered to avoid injuries on persons and/or damage to theequipment:1) Service PersonnelInstallation and service must be carried out by authorized persons that have the technical training and experiencenecessary to make them aware of hazardous operations during installation and service and of measures to avoid anydanger to themselves, to any other persons, and to the equipment.2) Access to the EquipmentAccess to equipment in use must be restricted to service personnel only.3) Safety NormsRecommended safety norms are indicated in this manual. Refer to Volume I.Local safety regulations must be used if mandatory. Safety instructions in Volume I should be used in addition to thelocal safety regulations. In the case of conflict between safety instructions stated in this manual and those indicated inlocal regulations, mandatory local norms will prevail. Should not local regulations be mandatory, then safety norms inthis manual will prevail.4) Service Personnel SkillService Personnel must have received adequate technical training on telecommunications and in particular on theequipment this manual refers to.TrademarksAll trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
  • 3. Contact InformationFor Customer Service, contact: Europe North America North America Alcatel-Lucent Customer Service Alcatel-Lucent Customer Service WTD (Wireless Transmission Division) Center Center CTAC Engineers Rue Albert Schweitzer, 1 Plano Texas Illkirch (For 9500 MXC issues you may USA France contact the WTD directly) Tel. +33 3 90679722 Tel: 888-252-2832 or 613-784-6100 Fax: 972-477-7240 Fax: 613-784-8905 alcare.europe@alcatel.com wstc.repair@alcatel.com ml-tac.support@alcatel.comFor other regions/countries, please refer to your service contract.For service returns, please address units to: USA Canada Alcatel-Lucent Repair and Return Alcatel-Lucent Repair and Return 1227 West Marshall 349 Terry Fox Drive Longview, TX 75604 Kanata, Ontario K2K 2V6 Canada RA#:_______________ RA#:_______________
  • 4. Product Compliance Notes:This equipment has been tested for and meets EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. The equipment was tested using screenedcabling. If any other type of cable is used, it may violate compliance.9500 MXC is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which casethe user may be required to take adequate measures. This equipment is intended to be used exclusively intelecommunications centers.WEEE DirectiveIn accordance with the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC), 9500 MXC is marked with the following symbol:This symbol indicates that this equipment should be collected separately for the purposes of recovery and/or recycling.For information about collection and recycling of Alcatel-Lucent equipmentm, please contact your local Alcatel-Lucentsales office. If you purchased your product via a distributor, please contact the distributor for information regardingcollection and recovery/recycling.(WEEE is the acronym is for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)RoHS DirectiveThe RoHs (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive (2002/95/EC) was implemented on 1 July, 2006. 9500MXC meets the requirements of this directive, as at the implementation date.RoHS Compliance: China
  • 5. ContentsAbout This Manual Welcome to 9500 MXC ............................................................................. xxv Purpose....................................................................................................... xxv Intended Audience ..................................................................................... xxv What You Need To Know ......................................................................... xxvi Organization.............................................................................................. xxvi Conventions and Terminology................................................................. xxviiVolume I: Health and Safety RequirementsChapter 1. Health and Safety General Health and Safety .......................................................................... 1-2 Operator Health and Safety......................................................................... 1-3 General Hazards.......................................................................................... 1-4Volume II: 9500 MXC System DescriptionChapter 1. 9500 MXC System Overview 9500 MXC Platforms.................................................................................. 1-2 9500 MXC Terminal............................................................................ 1-2 Terminal Indoor Units .................................................................. 1-3 9500 MXC Node.................................................................................. 1-5 Node Indoor Units ........................................................................ 1-6 Node Plug-in Cards ...................................................................... 1-8 9500 MXC ODUs .............................................................................. 1-13 Craft Terminal Configuration and Diagnostics......................................... 1-14 Antennas ................................................................................................... 1-14 Power Supply ........................................................................................... 1-153DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 July 2007 vii
  • 6. Chapter 2. 9500 MXC Terminals PDH and SDH IDUs ................................................................................... 2-1 Capacity and Bandwidth Options ........................................................ 2-2 Traffic and Auxiliary Interfaces .......................................................... 2-3 PDH Trib Ports ............................................................................. 2-4 SDH Trib Ports ............................................................................. 2-4 Auto Insertion of AIS or PRBS on Tribs...................................... 2-4 Aux Data Port ............................................................................... 2-5 Alarm I/O Port .............................................................................. 2-5 Front Panel Layout .............................................................................. 2-7 Ethernet IDU ............................................................................................. 2-10 IDU ES Link ...................................................................................... 2-10 IDU ES Capacity and Bandwidth Options ........................................ 2-11 IDU ES Compatibility ....................................................................... 2-13 Ethernet Module ................................................................................ 2-15 Ethernet Traffic Configuration ................................................... 2-15 Transport Channel Configuration ............................................... 2-17 Basic Port Settings...................................................................... 2-17 Priority Mapping ........................................................................ 2-17 Flow Control............................................................................... 2-18 Disable Address Learning .......................................................... 2-18 Maximum Frame Size ................................................................ 2-19 Latency ....................................................................................... 2-19 Ethernet Diagnostics................................................................... 2-20 Wayside Traffic Module.................................................................... 2-20 Auxiliary Data and Alarm I/O Module.............................................. 2-21 IDU ES Layout .................................................................................. 2-22 IDU ES Applications ......................................................................... 2-24 Basic Network Applications....................................................... 2-24 Ring Applications ....................................................................... 2-26 More Information............................................................................... 2-27 IDU Protection .......................................................................................... 2-28 Protected IDUs................................................................................... 2-28 IDU Protection Switch Conditions and Criteria ......................... 2-30viii Alcatel-Lucent
  • 7. 9500 MXC User Manual IDU Service Restoration Times.................................................. 2-33 Platform Layout and Interoperation Data ................................................. 2-34 Configuration and Diagnostics ................................................................. 2-35 9500 MXC CT Log-in ....................................................................... 2-35 Configuration..................................................................................... 2-36 Diagnostics ........................................................................................ 2-36 Software Reset ................................................................................... 2-37Chapter 3. 9500 MXC Nodes Platforms ..................................................................................................... 3-1 Platform Layout ................................................................................... 3-2 Slot Assignments ................................................................................. 3-3 Cross-Connects .................................................................................... 3-3 Capacity and Bandwidth: PDH and SDH............................................ 3-6 Capacity and Bandwidth: Ethernet ...................................................... 3-7 Capacity License................................................................................ 3-13 RAC/ODU Parameters and Interoperation ........................................ 3-13 Plug-in Cards ............................................................................................ 3-15 Overview............................................................................................ 3-15 NCC ................................................................................................... 3-19 NCC Functions ........................................................................... 3-19 NCC User Interfaces................................................................... 3-20 FAN ................................................................................................... 3-21 RAC ................................................................................................... 3-22 RAC 30V3, RAC 3X.................................................................. 3-22 RAC 40....................................................................................... 3-28 DAC................................................................................................... 3-32 DAC 4x....................................................................................... 3-33 DAC 16x..................................................................................... 3-34 DAC 3xE3/DS3M ...................................................................... 3-35 DAC 1x155o and DAC 2x155o ................................................. 3-38 DAC 155oM ............................................................................... 3-40 DAC 2x155e............................................................................... 3-43 DAC ES ...................................................................................... 3-45 DAC GE ..................................................................................... 3-533DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 July 2007 ix
  • 8. AUX................................................................................................... 3-66 Auxiliary Interfaces .................................................................... 3-67 Alarm I/O Interfaces................................................................... 3-69 AUX Front Panel ........................................................................ 3-70 NPC.................................................................................................... 3-71 Protected Operation .................................................................................. 3-73 Protection Overview .......................................................................... 3-73 Hot Standby and Diversity................................................................. 3-75 Dual Protection .................................................................................. 3-76 Ring Protection .................................................................................. 3-77 Super PDH Rings ....................................................................... 3-78 Super PDH Ring Operation ........................................................ 3-79 1+1 Protected Ring Links........................................................... 3-84 Co-channel XPIC Operation on a Ring ...................................... 3-86 Ethernet Traffic on a Ring .......................................................... 3-87 DAC/Tributary Protection ................................................................. 3-92 Protection Switching Criteria ............................................................ 3-93 Switching Guard Times .............................................................. 3-93 Hot-standby and Diversity Switching Criteria ........................... 3-93 Dual Protection Switching Criteria............................................. 3-97 Ring Protection Switching Criteria ............................................ 3-98 DAC Protection Switching Criteria.......................................... 3-100 NCC Protection with NPC Option................................................... 3-101 Co-channel Operation ............................................................................. 3-102 XPIC ............................................................................................... 3-102 RAC 40 Operating Guidelines......................................................... 3-104 Backplane Bus Capacity........................................................... 3-104 Settings, Protection and ATPC ................................................. 3-105 Example Configurations ........................................................... 3-106 Configuration and Diagnostics ............................................................... 3-118 9500 MXC CT Log-in ..................................................................... 3-118 Configuration ................................................................................... 3-119 Diagnostics ...................................................................................... 3-119x Alcatel-Lucent
  • 9. 9500 MXC User ManualChapter 4. Outdoor Units ODU Construction and Mounting............................................................... 4-1 ODU Data ................................................................................................... 4-2Chapter 5. Configuration and Diagnostics 9500 MXC CT ............................................................................................ 5-1 9500 MXC CT Feature Summary........................................................ 5-2Chapter 6. 9500 MXC Performance and Diagnostic Features 9500 MXC Node......................................................................................... 6-1 Platform ............................................................................................... 6-2 INUs ............................................................................................. 6-2 ODUs............................................................................................ 6-2 Multiplexer Modes............................................................................... 6-2 Capacity and Modulation..................................................................... 6-3 Super PDH ........................................................................................... 6-3 Internal Cross-connects ....................................................................... 6-3 Protection............................................................................................. 6-4 Dual Protection .................................................................................... 6-4 Ethernet................................................................................................ 6-4 Co-channel XPIC................................................................................. 6-5 Auxiliary Data and Alarm I/O ............................................................. 6-5 9500 MXC Terminal ................................................................................... 6-6 ODUs ................................................................................................... 6-6 Inter-operation ..................................................................................... 6-6 Terminal Auxiliary Data and Alarm I/O ............................................. 6-7 Operation .................................................................................................... 6-7 ATPC ................................................................................................... 6-7 FEC ...................................................................................................... 6-7 Adaptive Equalization ......................................................................... 6-8 Tx Power Management........................................................................ 6-8 Power Output................................................................................ 6-8 Power Control Range ................................................................... 6-8 Power Monitoring......................................................................... 6-93DB 23063 ADAA - Rev 004 July 2007 xi
  • 10. Diagnostics.................................................................................................. 6-9 System Summary ..............................................................
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