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Contents
1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Network Application .....................................................................................................................................1-1
1.2 Benefits .........................................................................................................................................................1-3
2 Architecture.................................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Hardware Architecture ..................................................................................................................................2-3
2.2.1 IDU......................................................................................................................................................2-3
2.2.2 ODU.....................................................................................................................................................2-6
2.3 Software Structure.........................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.1 NMS Software .....................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.2 IDU Software.......................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.3 ODU Software .....................................................................................................................................2-8
3 Products and Application Scenarios ......................................................................................3-1
3.1 Typical Networking Modes ...........................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 Multi-directional Nodal Convergence..................................................................................................3-1
3.1.2 Large-Capacity Microwave Convergence Ring...................................................................................3-2
3.1.3 Upstream Networking..........................................................................................................................3-3
4 Operation and Maintenance ....................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Network Management Solution.....................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Web LCT.......................................................................................................................................................4-1 T
4.3 U2000............................................................................................................................................................4-3
A Acronyms and Abbreviations............................................................................................... A-1


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1 Introduction
The OptiX RTN 980 is one of
system.
the series products of the OptiX RTN 900 radio transmission
1.1 Netwo
new generation split microwave transmission system developed by
seamless microwave transmission solution for a mobile
OptiX RTN 90 amily
e N 950,
d O
U of the OptiX RTN 910 is 1U high and supports one or two IF boards.

.
rk Application
The OptiX RTN 900 is a
Huawei. It can provide a
communication network or private network.
0 Product F
Th OptiX RTN 900 products are available in three types: OptiX RTN 910, OptiX RT
an ptiX RTN 980. The users can choose an appropriate type based on the actual
requirements.

The ID
The IDU of the OptiX RTN 950 is 2U high and supports one to six IF boards.

The IDU of the OptiX RTN 980 is 5U high and supports one to fourteen IF boards

The OptiX RTN 900 series products support the same IF boards and service interface boards.
The OptiX RTN 900 products provide several types of service interfaces and facilitate
installation and flexible configuration. It can provide a solution that is integrated with the
TDM microwave, Hybrid microwave, and Packet microwave based on the network
requirements. It supports the smooth upgrade from the TDM microwave to the Hybrid
microwave, and from the Hybrid microwave to the Packet microwave. The solution can
lve based on the service changes that occur due to radio mobile network evolution. Thus,
solution can meet the transmission requirements of not only 2G and 3G networks, but
OptiX RTN 98
The OptiX RTN 980 is the large-capacity nodal microwave equipment at the convergence
layer, supports the convergence of up to 14 microwave links, and supports multiple protection
evo
this
also future LTE and 4G networks.
0
Figure 1-1 shows the microwave transmission solution that is provided by the OptiX RTN
980.

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schemes.Figure 1-1 shows the microwave transmission solution that is provided by the OptiX
RTN 980.
Figure 1-1 Microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 980
TDM Network
(SDH)
STM-1/4
STM-1/4
GE
OptiX RTN 980 BSC RNC
OptiX RTN 910/950
Radio link
Cable/fiber
Regional
backhaul
network
Ethernet Network
(Metro)
Raido trassmission network
FE/GE
STM-1/4
ATM
FE/GE
Packet Network
(PTN)
FE/GE



In the solution, the OptiX RTN 980 can be connected to the RNC and BSC directly or through the
regional backhaul network.

(TDM) network or packet switching network (PSN).
The OptiX RTN 980 supports the pseudo wire emulation edge-to-edge (PWE3)
technology, and therefore TDM and ATM services can be backhauled through a PSN.
The OptiX RTN 980 provides a wide range of interfaces and service bearer technologies to adapt to
the regional backhaul network. The regional backhaul network can be a time-division multiplexing

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1.2 Benefits
Integrated IP Radio with High Bandwidth and High Efficiency
The OptiX RTN 980 supports integrated IP microwave, high bandwidth, and high
transmission efficiency.

The air interfaces provide channel bandwidth from 7 MHz to 56 MHz and support AM
modes from QPSK to 256 QAM.

The integrated IP radio is capable of transmitting any or severail of the following three
types of services: Native E1/STM-1, Native Ethernet, and packet services encapsulated
through PWE3. The types of services can be configured by using software. Therefore,
the OptiX RTN 980 supports a smooth upgrade from the Hybrid radio to the Packet
radio.

The OptiX RTN 980 supports flexible configuration of the transmission modes of
various services. The equipment can transmit TDM E1 services, IMA E1 services, and
Ethernet services in Native mode or in PWE3 mode.

Each channel of the IP-based radio supports a maximum of 75 Native E1 services or two
STM-1 services and a maximum Ethernet throughput of 400 Mbit/s.

The OptiX RTN 980 supports XPIC. The 56 MHz RF channel supports a maximum
Ethernet throughput of 800 Mbit/s.

The OptiX RTN 980 supports adaptive modulation (AM) for improving spectral
efficiency and ensuring the availability of the services with a higher priority. In addition,
priority levels can be set for Native E1 services and packet services.
Figure 1-2 Adaptive modulation
Channel
Capability
E1 Services
256QAM
32QAM
QPSK
256QAM
128QAM
32QAM
128QAM
64QAM
64QAM
16QAM
16QAM
Ethernet
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New-Generation Multi-Function IF Boards

The new-generation multi-function IF boards ISU2/ISX2 support various services over
air interfaces, so that the requirements of all the service application scenarios are met.
The supported services type over air interfaces include:

Native E1+ Ethernet

Native STM-1+Native Ethernet

1xSTM-1 or 2xSTM-1

Adopts the optimized air interface QoS technology, which supports quick forwarding of
high-priority services and therefore reduces transmission delay.

Adopts a highly efficient encapsulation technology and therefore increasing the packet
service throughput over the air interface.
Large-Capacity and Network-Oriented Nodal Equipment
TheOptiX RTN 980 is the large-capacity and network-oriented Nodal equipment.

One OptiX RTN 980 subrack supports a maximum of radio links in 14 directions.

Supports the convergence of the TDM radio, Hybrid radio, and Packet radio services.

Adopts the TDM/Packet dual-plane design based on the same platform. The equipment is
a type of large-capacity and network-oriented equipment.
Provides a higher order cross-connect capacity of 128x128 VC-4s and a lower order
cross-connect capacity equivalent to 32x32 VC-4s for TDM services.
Provides a packet switching capacity of 22 Gbit/s.
Provides multiple RF configuration modes, and supports XPIC, N+0 protection, 1+1
protection, and N+1 protection.

The TDM plane uses the same platform as that of the OptiX MSTP equipment, embeds
an MADM, and therefore allows interconnection between the OptiX RTN 980 and the
OptiX MSTP equipment.

The packet service plane provides various Ethernet service processing functions.
Supports the MPLS and PWE3 technologies that emulate and encapsulate TDM E1
services, IMA E1 services, and Ethernet services and transmit the services through
MPLS tunnels.
Supports E-line or E-LAN services based on VLAN, QinQ. Supports E-line services
based on PW.
Provides various protections for packet services.
Provides various QoS functions.
Provides various OAM functions, including Ethernet OAM, MPLS OAM, ATM
OAM, and PW OAM
The OptiX RTN 980 can be directly interconnected with the OptiX PTN packet
transmission equipment.

Supports end-to-end service grooming by using the U2000 on the network consisting of
the OptiX RTN 980 only or the network consisting of the OptiX RTN 980 and other
equipment.
Complete Protection Scheme and Highly Reliable Network
Table 1-1 describes the protection capability of the OptiX RTN 980.

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Table 1-1 Protection schemes
Item Protection Capability
Power input 1+1 hot backup
Internal power
module
1+1 hot backup
Equipment-level
protection
Control, switching,
and timing board
1+1 hot backup
1+1 HSB/SD/FD protection Radio links
N+1 protection
MPLS MPLS tunnel 1:1 protection
PW PW 1:1 protection
LAG protection (including FE/GE ports and
radio links)
Ethernet
ERPS protection (including FE/GE ports and
radio links)
MSTP protection (including FE/GE ports and
radio links)
ATM over E1 IMA protection
TDM services
(VC-12/VC-4)
SNCP (including radio links and SDH lines)
STM-1 1+1 or 1:N linear multiplex section protection
(MSP)
Network-level
protection
STM-4 1+1 or 1:1 Linear MSP
Two-fiber bi-directional MSP ring


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2 Architecture
2.1 Overview
The OptiX RTN 980 adopts a split structure. The system consists of the IDU 980 and the
IDU 980
stem. It accesses services, performs
multiplexing/demultiplexing and IF processing of the services, and provides system control
T 1 lists the basic features
T ction of the IDU
ODU. An ODU is connected to an IDU through an IF cable.
The IDU 980 is the indoor unit of an OptiX RTN 980 sy
and communication function.
able 2- of the IDU 980.
able 2-1 Introdu 980
Item Performance
Chassis height 5U
Pluggable Supported
Number of microwave
directions
1 to 14
RF configuration mode on
onfiguration
1+1 protection configuration
N+1 protection configuration
XPIC configuration
1+0 non-protection configurati
N+0 non-protection c


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Figure 2-1 IDU 980


ODU
The ODU is the outdoor unit of the OptiX RTN 900. It performs frequency conversion and
amplification of signals.
There are two methods of mounting the ODU and the antenna: direct mounting and separate
mounting.

The direct mounting method is normally adopted when a small-diameter and
single-polarized antenna is used. In this situation, if one ODU is configured for one
antenna, the ODU is directly mounted at the back of the antenna. If two ODUs are
configured for one antenna, an RF signal combiner/splitter (hereinafter referred to as a
hybrid coupler) must be mounted to connect the ODUs to the antenna. Figure 2-2 shows
the direct mounting method.
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The separate mounting method is adopted when a double-polarized antenna or
big-diameter and single-polarized antenna is used. Figure 2-3 shows the separate method.
In this situation, a hybrid coupler can be mounted. That is, two ODUs share one feed
boom.
Figure 2-3 Separate mounting



The OptiX RTN 980 provides an entire frequency band antenna solution, and supports the
single-polarized antenna and dual-polarized antenna with a diameter of 0.3 m to 3.7 m and the
corresponding feeder system.
2.2 Hardware Architecture
2.2.1 IDU
The IDU 980 is the indoor unit of the OptiX RTN 980.
The IDU 980 adopts the card plug-in design. It can implement different functions by
configuring different types of boards. All the service boards support hot-swapping.

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Figure 2-4 IDU slot layout
Slot 15 (CSHN)
Slot 1 (EXT)
Slot 5 (EXT)
Slot 3 (EXT)
Slot 2 (EXT)
Slot 4 (EXT)
Slot 6 (EXT)
Slot 28
(FAN)
Slot 7 (EXT) Slot 8 (EXT)
Slot 9 (EXT)
Slot 13 (EXT)
Slot 11 (EXT)
Slot 10 (EXT)
Slot 12 (EXT)
Slot 14 (EXT)
Slot 20 (CSHN)
Slot 26 (PIU) Slot 27 (PIU)


The EXT represents an extended slot, which can be inserted with various IF boards and interface boards.

Table 2-2 List of IDU boards
Board
Name
Full
Spelling Valid Slot Description
CSHN Hybrid
control,
switching,
and timing
board
Slot 15/20

Supports the TDM cross-connect function,
provides 128x128 VC-4 higher order
cross-connections and VC-12/VC-3 lower
order cross-connections equivalent to
32x32 VC-4s.

Supports the 22 Gbit/s packet switching
function.

Performs system communication and
control.

Processes clocks and provides one clock
input/output interface.

Provides one network management
interface, one network management serial
port, and one NE cascading interface.

Uses the SFP module to provide two
STM-1 or STM-4 optical interfaces.

Provides two GE interfaces (Each GE
interface can use an RJ-45 electrical
interface or an SFP optical interface
independently.)

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Board Full
Valid Slot Description Name Spelling
ISU2 Universal IF
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides one IF interface

Supports integrated IP microwave and
SDH microwave. The supported service
modes can be Native E1+Ethernet, Native
STM-1+Ethernet or SDH (1xSTM-1 or
2xSTM-1).

Supports AM function.

Supports highly efficient encapsulation
technology
ISX2 Universal
XPIC IF
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides one IF interface

Supports integrated IP microwave and
SDH microwave. The supported service
modes can be Native E1+Ethernet, Native
STM-1+Ethernet or SDH (1xSTM-1 or
2xSTM-1).

Supports the XPIC function.

Supports AM function.

Supports highly efficient encapsulation
technology
IF1 SDH IF
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides one IF interface.

Supports the TU-based PDH microwave
solution and the STM-1-based SDH
microwave solution.
IFU2 Universal IF
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides one IF interface.

Supports the integrated IP microwave .

Supports AM function.
IFX2 Universal
XPIC IF
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides one IF interface.

Supports the integrated IP microwave .

Supports the XPIC function.

Supports the AM function.
SL1D 2xSTM-1
interface
board
Slot 1 to slot
14
Uses the SFP module to provide two STM-1
optical interfaces.
EM6T 6 Port RJ45
Ethernet/Gig
abit Ethernet
Interface
Board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides four FE electrical interfaces.

Provides two GE electrical interfaces that
are compatible with the FE electrical
interface.

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Board Full
Valid Slot Description Name Spelling
EM6F 4 Port RJ45
+ 2 Port SFP
Fast
Ethernet/Gig
abit Ethernet
Interface
Board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides four FE electrical interfaces.

Uses the SFP module to provide two GE
optical or electrical interfaces. The GE
electrical interfaces are compatible with
the FE electrical interfaces.
ML1 16xE1
(smart)
tributary
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides sixteen 75-ohm or 120-ohm
smart E1 interfaces.

Supports CES E1, IMA E1, and fractional
E1.
MD1 32xE1
(smart)
tributary
board
Slot 1 to slot
14

Provides thirty-two 75-ohm or 120-ohm
smart E1 interfaces.

Supports CES E1, IMA E1, and fractional
E1.
SP3S 16xE1
tributary
board
Slot 1 to slot
14
Provides sixteen 75-ohm or 120-ohm TDM
E1 interfaces.
SP3D 32xE1
tributary
board
Slot 1 to slot
14
Provides thirty-two 75-ohm or 120-ohm
TDM E1 interfaces.
AUX Auxiliary
interface
board
Slot 1 to slot
14
Provides one orderwire interface, one
asynchronous data interface, one
synchronous data interface, and four-input
and two-output external alarm interfaces.
PIU Power board Slot 26 or
slot 27
Provides one -48 V/-60 V DC power input.
FAN Fan board Slot 28 Cools and ventilates the IDU.

2.2.2 ODU
The ODU is an integrated system and is of various types. The structures and working
principles of various types of ODUs are the same.

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Block Diagram
Figure 2-5 Block diagram of the ODU
Antenna port
CTRL
Tx IF
Rx IF
Cable port
PWR
Up-conversion
Multiplexer
O&M
uplink
O&M
downlink
DC
Down-conversion
AMP
LNA
Synthesizers
Duplexer
Rx RF
Tx RF


2.3 Software Structure
The OptiX RTN 980 software consists of the NMS software, IDU software, and ODU
software.
Figure 2-6 shows the software structure. The NMS software communicates with the NE
software through the Qx interface. The Qx interface uses the OptiX private management
protocol.
Figure 2-6 Software structure
NMS software
Qx interface
IDU software ODU software


2.3.1 NMS Software
Huawei provides a transmission network management solution that meets the requirements of
the telecommunication management network (TMN) for managing all the OptiX RTN
products and other OptiX series transmission products on the network.
2.3.2 IDU Software
The IDU software consists of the NE software and the board software.
The NE software manages, monitors, and controls the running status of the IDU. Through the
NE software, the NMS communicates with the boards, and controls and manages the NE. The

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NE software communicates with the ODU software to manage and control the running of the
ODU.
The board software manages and controls the running status of other boards of the IDU except
the system control, switching, and timing board. The board software of the EM6T/EM6F
board is stand-alone and runs in the CPU of the board. The board software of the boards
except the EM6T/EM6F board in the IDU is integrated as software modules with the NE
software and runs in the CPU of the system control, switching, and timing board.
2.3.3 ODU Software
The ODU Software manages and controls the running status of the ODU. The ODU software
controls the running of the ODU based on the parameters transmitted by the IDU software.
The ODU running status is reported to the IDU software.

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3 Products and Application Scenarios
To provide solutions to different service a
various networking modes to meet differe
pplication scenarios, the OptiX RTN 980 supports
nt requirements of the customers.
3.1.1 Multi-directional Nodal Convergence
tiX RTN 980 can support the nodal convergence of up to 14 radio links in different
Network Diagram
As nodal microwave equipment, the OptiX RTN 980 supports the convergence of
large-capacity radio links in multi-directions. Figure 3-1 provides an example.
3.1 Typical Networking Modes
The OptiX RTN 980 supports various networking modes.
The Op
directions, and support various transmission modes in the upstream direction.

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Figure 3-1 Multi-directional Nodal Convergence
Regional network
OptiX RTN 980
OptiX RTN 910/950
Packet radio link
Cable/fiber
Hybrid radio link TDM radio link


Convergence of Radio Links

Supports the convergence of up to 14 radio links in different directions.

Supports the convergence of TDM radio links, Hybrid radio links, and Packet radio links
at the same time.

Supports the convergence of microwave chain subnets and the microwave ring subnets.
Upstream Transmission

Supports the convergence of the TDM microwave services and Hybrid microwave
services, and then transmission of them to the TDM network and the metropolitan
Ethernet network in upstream direction in Native mode.

Supports the convergence of the Packet microwave services, and then direct transmission
of them to the PSN in the upstream direction by swapping MPLS labels.

Supports the convergence of the TDM microwave services and Hybrid microwave
services, encapsulation of them by the PWE3/MPLS protocol, and then transmission of
them to the PSN as gateway equipment.
3.1.2 Large-Capacity Microwave Convergence Ring
The OptiX RTN 980 can form a large-capacity convergence ring and support various
protection schemes for a ring network.
Network Diagram
OptiX RTN 980 can form a large-capacity convergence ring. Figure 3-2 provides an example.

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Figure 3-2 Large-capacity convergence ring
MPLS tunnel 1:1/ERPS/SNCP
OptiX RTN 980 Radio link
Radio chains and/or
radio sub-rings


Types of Radio Links

The OptiX RTN 980 on the convergence ring can converge the services on the
microwave sub-ring or microwave sub-link.

The radio links on the convergence ring can adopt XPIC, N+1, and other RF
configuration modes to achieve large-capacity transmission.

When adopting Hybrid radio links, the convergence ring can converge the Hybrid
microwave services or TDM microwave services directly.

When adopting Packet radio links, the convergence ring can do as follows:
Converge the Packet microwave services at the access layer and transmit them to the
PSN directly for service backhaul.
Converge the Hybrid microwave services or TDM microwave services, encapsulate
them into packet signals through the MPLS/PWE3 technology on the OptiX RTN 980,
and transmit them to the PSN directly for service backhaul.
Protection Schemes

On the Hybrid microwave convergence ring, the TDM services can be configured with
SNCP, and the Ethernet services can be configured with ERPS.

On the Packet microwave convergence ring, the services can be configured with the
MPLS tunnel 1:1 protection or PW 1:1 protection.
3.1.3 Upstream Networking
The OptiX RTN 980 can form a ring network with the upstream equipment, or can be
connected to the upstream equipment through a protection link, to achieve reliable service
backhaul.

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Upstream Networking of TDM Services
The OptiX RTN 980 can form a two-fiber bidirectional MS shared protection ring with SDH
equipment through the STM-4 ports, or can be connected to MSTP equipment through the
STM-1/STM-4 ports configured with the 1+1/1:1 linear MSP. Figure 3-3 provides an example
of the upstream networking of TDM services.
Figure 3-3 Upstream ring network of TDM services
TDM Network
STM-16
Linear MSP
or ring MSP
OptiX RTN 980 NG-SDH
Radio transmission
sub-network


Upstream Networking of Ethernet Services
The OptiX RTN 980 can form an ERPS ring with the metropolitan area network (MAN)
equipment through the GE ports, or can be connected to the MAN equipment through the
FE/GE ports configured with the LAG protection. Figure 3-4 provides an example of the
upstream networking of Ethernet services.

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Figure 3-4 Upstream ring network of Ethernet services
ERPS
Metro Network
OptiX RTN 980
MSTP/Metro
Radio transmission
sub-network


Upstream Networking of MPLS Services
The OptiX RTN 980 can form a ring network or a mesh network with MPLS packet switching
equipment through the GE ports. MPLS tunnel 1:1 protection is adopted. Figure 3-4 provides
an example of the upstream networking of MPLS services.
Figure 3-5 Upstream ring network of MPLS services
OptiX RTN 980
MPLS
tunnel 1:1
Packet Network
PTN
Radio transmission
sub-network


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4 Operation and Maintenance
By using the Huawei iManager network managem
operate and maintain the OptiX RTN 980.
ent system, the user can conveniently
4.1 Network Management Solution
aw olution compliant with TMN for
diffe ion networks.
The NM solutions include the following:
nt system
smission network
Hu ei provides a complete transport network management s
rent function domains and customers on telecommunicat

iManager U2000 Web LCT local maintenance terminal

iManager U2000 unified network manageme
Figure 4-1 Network management solution to the tran
Network-level NM
iManager
U2000
Local craft terminal
iManager U2000
Web LCT

4.2 Web LC
The Web LCT is a local maintenance terminal. The Web LCT provides the following
gement functions at the NE layer: NE management, alarm management, performance
gement, configuration management, communication management, and security
na

T
mana
mana
ma gement.

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NE Management
ch of NEs
ition/Deletion of NEs
ment
rm monitoring strategies
rmance monitoring strategies
registers
Configuration Ma
onfiguration
ion
ration
tion
Communicatio M
anagement
C protocol management
ol management
ent
Security Mana m
anagement

NE security parameters

NE security log

NMS user management

Sear

Add

Login or logout of NEs

NE time manage
Alarm Management

Setting of ala

View of alarms

Deletion of alarms
Performance Management

Setting of perfo

View of performance events

Resetting of performance
nagement

Basic NE information c

Radio link configurat

Protection configu

Interface configura

Service configuration

Clock configuration
n anagement

Communication parameter m

DCC management

HWEC

IP protoc

OSI protocol managem

Inband DCN management
ge ent

NE user management

NE user group m

LCT access control

Online user management

NMS log management

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4.3 U2000
The U2000 is a network-level network management system. A user can access the U2000
h a U2000 client to manage Huawei transport subnets in the unified manner. The
00 e NE-level management function, but also the management
funct
NE Level Manage
ent
ration management
n management
Network Leve
ent
ement

Network level communication management

anagement

nagement
Others
ement

Database management

Report function

Northbound SNMP, CORBA and XML interface
server throug
U2 0 can provide not only th
ion at the network layer.
ment

NE object management

NE level alarm management

NE level performance managem

NE level configu

NE level communicatio

NE level security management
l Management

Topology management

Network level alarm management

Network level performance managem

Network level configuration manag
Network level security m

Network-wide clock ma

Inventory manag

Log management

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A Acronyms and Abbreviations
A ms and abbreviati etical order.
TM synchronous Transfer Mode
PC utomatic Transmit Power Control

C ase Station Controller

S lass of Service
CN ata Communication Network
CP ifferentiated Services Code Point


RPS thernet Ring Protection Switching
TSI uropean Telecommunications Standards Institute
crony ons are listed in alphab
A
AM Adaptive Modulation
APS Automatic Protection Switching
A A
AT A

B
BS B

C
Co C

D
DC Direct Current
DCC Data Communications Channel
D D
DS D

E
E-LAN Ethernet-LAN
EoPDH Ethernet Over PDH
E E
E E

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F
FD Frequency Diversity
SB ot Standby
M itless Switch Mode
ency
IP
tional Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication
tandardization Sector
Terminal
MSP inear Multiplex Section Protection
E ong Term Evolution
g

SP ultiplex Section Protection
TP ultiple Spanning Tree Protocol

S etwork Management System
AM perations, Administration and Maintenance
H
H H
HS H

I
IDU Indoor Unit
IF Intermediate Frequ
IMA Inverse Multiplexing for ATM
Internet Protocol
ITU-T Interna
S

L
LAG Link Aggregation Group
LCT Generation-Local Craft
L L
LT L

M
MPLS MultiProtocol Label Switchin
MADM Multi Add-Drop Multiplexer
M M
MS M

N
NM N

O
O O

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ODU utdoor Unit
W seudo Wire
E3 seudo Wire Emulation Edge to Edge

S uality of Service
er
SL eceived Signal Level
N adio Transmission Node
rchy
P onnection Protection
tocol
sage
TM-1 DH Transport Module -1
M-N DH Transport Module -N
DM ime Division Multiplex
N elecommunication Management Network
O

P
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
P P
PW P

Q
Qo Q

R
RF Radio Frequency
RNC Radio Network Controll
RNC Radio Network Controller
R R
RT R

S
SD Space Diversity
SDH Synchronous Digital Hiera
SFP Small Form-Factor Pluggable
SNC SubNetwork Connection
SNC Sub-Network C
SNMP Simple Network Management Pro
SP Strict Priority
SSM Synchronization Status Mes
S S
ST S

T
T T
TM T


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VC Virtual Container
VC-12
ner -3
C-4 irtual Container -4
AN irtual LAN
X
XPIC Cross-polarization Interference Cancellation

Virtual Container -12
VC-3 Virtual Contai
V V
VL V