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FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1 Multiplexer for flexible Voice and Data Networks
FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1 Multiplexer for flexible Voice and Data Networks
FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1

Multiplexer for flexible Voice and Data Networks

Table of Contents

Introduction

3

Network Structures and Applications

Modules and Boards

 

4

 

6

Shelf SNUS for Services, Routing and Transport

 

14

Shelves FMX2S and MXS19 for Large Numbers of Subscribers

15

Desktop ONU 20 FTTO

 

16

 

Network and Element Management

 

17

 

Technical Data

 

18

Product Overview

 

24

Abbreviations

 

27

Introduction

Introduction To establish high-performance communications infrastructures in corporate networks of midsize and large

To establish high-performance communications infrastructures in corporate networks of midsize and large companies, for city networks and public authorities, but also as a subscriber-side termination of the access network, FMX2R3.1 offers a portfolio of products to satisfy the very widest range of customer requirements, provides professional support for use of existing terminals and applications and has the flexibility to offer a high level of cost effec- tiveness.

The great flexibility of FMX2R3.1 and its high efficiency in networks make it ideal for handling any type of corporate communication. At the same time it provides the option of routing these services via the same platform onto the public network.

The entire capacity of the network can be used very flexibly for subrate data transmission through to high bit rate data transmission.

Open, standardized interfaces ensure that the option for future network expansion is retained.

All components are administered and monitored by AccessIntegrator from Siemens, a proven management system that handles the functions of both the element management layer and those of the network manage- ment layer.

The AccessIntegrator can be configured as a standalone solution for efficient management of small networks and also within a com- prehensive multiserver architecture to meet the requirements of the net- work.

City networks and corporate networks
City networks and
corporate networks

Public telephonenetwork

network

Mobile networksCity networks and corporate networks Public telephone network

• POTS and ISDN-BA (U k0 , S 0 ) voice services

• Linkage of PC networks (LAN-LAN) or connection of a remote LAN

• Analog 2/4-wire leased lines with/without E&M

• Connection of telephones to a private branch exchange

• Internet access

• Connection of data terminals

• Jitter reduction in SDH- networks

• Control/management

connections

Special applications Services offering for networks with FMX2R3.1
Special
applications
Services offering for networks with FMX2R3.1

Main features

• CAS multiplexer for voice and data

• Numerous interfaces for voice and data

• Transmission of n x 64 kbit/s, 64 kbit/s and subrates

• Subrate multiplexing

• Conference circuit and broad- casting for both voice and data

• ADPCM for voice

• Processing of E&M signaling

• Subscriber measurements via MTA

• Add/Drop function and integra- ted crossconnect

• Option of access to a CAS-V5 gateway

• Integration of PDH and SDH- transmission systems

• Uniform management system for all components

Benefits

• Corporate networks can be set up and expanded quickly, efficiently and cheaply

• Less demand for capacity in the public network

• Flexible network architecture allowing customized, tailormade solutions

• Optimum utilization of band- width and thereby savings in transmission capacity

• Convenient operation and monitoring means less effort required for installation and during operation

Network Structures

Network Structures Applications in Corporate Networks Corporate networks of large com- panies and administrations, of

Applications in Corporate Networks

Corporate networks of large com- panies and administrations, of banks, rail operators, utilities, along pipelines, freeways and radio relay links require communication services that are independent of the public network and tailored specifically to a company.

Depending on the size and the structural distribution of the company, the following applications will be needed:

• Access from analog and digital terminals to a central node (e.g. PBX, computer center)

• Connections between different locations

• Access from remote outstations to a main station

The FMX2R3.1 provides the neces- sary equipment to meet these requirements.

The flexibility of the multiplexer allows any combination of subscriber inter- faces and software-controlled para- meter settings.

Digital as well as analog terminals can communicate directly with each other in point-to-point or conference con- figurations or with a central node.

Terminated network structures and standardized security management guarantee secure data transport between remote computer networks.

Different shelves support custom and cost-optimized variation of the system components.

The following units are available:

• The compact SNUS (Service Network Unit Shelf)

• The FMX2S (Flexible Multiplexer 2 Shelf)

• The MXS19 (Multiplexer Shelf 19'')

• Desktop ONU 20 FTTO (Optical Network Unit for Indoor operation)

Over greater distances the SNUS can be connected as required via STM-1/ STM-4/34 Mbit/s optical or 2 Mbit/s optical/electrical.

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Center
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FMX2R3.1 in corporate network

Shelves FMX2S and MXS19 and also the desktop unit can be connected via 2 Mbit/s (optical/ electrical).

The entire network can be controlled and monitored from one central loca- tion (e.g. from the computer center).

Applications in Public Networks

Both traditional and alternative carriers aim to build networks to meet the specific requirements of business customers.

The solution comprises setting up the business customer's corporate net- work with FMX2R3.1 and linking this via a freely-selectable access point to the FastLink system in the public network.

FastLink networks consist of subscri- ber ONUs (Optical Network Unit) and central OLT (Optical Line Termination) equipment and cater for all communi- cation services of private customers. The switching signals are transmitted in FastLink via the V5 protocol.

The channel-associated signaling of the corporate network is processed in the OLT for the switching equipment either in accordance with V5.1 or for concentrated traffic in accordance with V5.2.

For this purpose the OLT houses crossconnect multiplexer CMXII-V5 which converts channel-associated signaling into V5 protocols. The conversion process involves assigning the incoming channels from the sub- scribers either to up to 92 x 2-Mbit/s interfaces in accordance with V5.1 or to up to 32 x 2-Mbit/s interfaces according to V5.2 in any arrangement.

and Applications

In the OLT FastLink provides additio- nal options for transmission to the broadband network or also to further data networks.

The administration and supervision of the entire network, including the corporate network can be undertaken using the central management system (AccessIntergator) of FastLink. This saves money on the cost of an additional management system.

System Components

The following are available for the network structures:

• Multiplexer FMX2R3.1

• Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC

• Crossconnect multiplexer CMXII

- for corporate networks (CMXII-CAS)

- as a gateway to V5.1/V5.2- exchanges (CMXII-V5.x)

• Synchronous multiplexer SMX1/4c

• Optical line equipment OMX16

• 2-Mbit/s line equipment (LTx)

• Network terminations (NTs)

The services are provided by Multiplexer FMX2R3.1, and include:

• Analog services POTS, 2-wire OB, 2/4-wire Leased Lines (LL), 2/4-wire with E&M

• Data services with interfaces according to G.703, V.24, V.35, V.36 and X.21 (2 Mbit/s)

• ISDN services ISDN-BA (U k0 , 4B3T/2B1Q) ISDN telephony (S 0 )

The FMX2R3.1 multiplexes the analog or digital signals of the subscriber interfaces into one or two

OLT ONU Exchange V5.1/V5.2 CMXII-V5 FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1 STM-1/STM-4 V5 ATM network CAS FMX2R3.1 FMX2R3.1
OLT
ONU
Exchange
V5.1/V5.2
CMXII-V5
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
STM-1/STM-4
V5
ATM network
CAS
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
CMXII-CAS
CAS
Data network
FMX2R3.1
Computer
PBX
Center
FMX2R3.1 connection to the public network

2-Mbit/s signals according to ITU-T G.703/G.704 and converts the subscriber signaling into channel-asso- ciated signaling (CAS). FA signaling is also available as a special signaling variant.

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC serves as a small network node, typi- cally cross connecting the 2-Mbit/s signals of the multiplexer, its 64-kbit/s channels or also its 8-kbit/s channels, the 64-kbit/s channels including their signaling information.

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXII which belongs to the FastLink system can be used as a larger network node and processes either channel- associated signaling or V5 protocol. In the latter case the channel-associa- ted signaling of the multiplexer is converted in the CMXII into V5 protocols.

Greater distances between the telecommunications equipment will be bridged as required by using a 2-Mbit/s line equipment, optical line equipment OMX16 or Synchronous Multiplexer SMX1/4c.

Both on the network side and on the subscriber side 2-Mbit/s Line Equipment (LTx) can be used,

employing the modern (SHDSL, WDM) and also conventional transmission procedures:

Copper

• 2 Mbit/s SHDSL

• 2 Mbit/s U k2 or HDSL

• 2 Mbit/s transparent (G.703)

Glass fiber

• 2 x 2 Mbit/s single mode

• 2 Mbit/s single mode (U g2 )

Optical Line Equipment OMX16 combines up to 16 x 2-Mbit/s signals into one 34-Mbit/s signal and prepares it for transmission over a singlemode glass fiber.

Synchronous Multiplexer SMX1/4c provides a choice of optical/electrical STM-1 or an optical STM-4 interface that can be operated on a single mode glass fiber in point-to-point mode or in an SDH ring.

Remote outstations with a small number of subscriber interfaces can be supplied via Network Terminations (NT). The NTs are compact desktop or wall-mounted units connected direct- ly, either via copper or via glass fiber cable, to the multiplexer or to 2-Mbit/s LTs and covering a wide range of attractive subscriber services.

Modules and Boards

Multiplexer FMX2R3.1

As a PCM30 system with channel- associated signaling (CAS) Multiplexer FMX2R3.1 is particularly suited to setting up and expanding flexible corporate networks.

The multiplexer consists of:

• Central unit CUD

• Linecards LC

• Optional bus extension card BEC

Different operating modes of the multiplexer make it possible to design the network to suit customer requirements.

Add-drop multiplexer DIMX2 x 30

2 Mbit/s

Port A

CUD

Subscribers 1 LC • • • LC 30
Subscribers
1
LC
LC
30

2 Mbit/s

Port B

The two 2-Mbit/s interfaces operate in add-drop mode. Up to 30 x 64-kbit/s time slots of the two 2-Mbit/s ports can either by split off to the subscriber interfaces or through connected between the two 2-Mbit/s ports.

Terminal multiplexer TMX60 2 Mbit/s Port A CUD Port B Subscribers 1 LC • •
Terminal multiplexer TMX60
2
Mbit/s
Port A
CUD
Port B
Subscribers
1
LC
LC
60

The complete capacity of both 2-Mbit/s interfaces with 60 x 64-kbit/s time slots can be used for the sub- scribers.

Terminal multiplexer in 1+1-pro- tection switching TMX30(1+1) 2 Mbit/s Port A CUD norm. path Subscribers
Terminal multiplexer in 1+1-pro-
tection switching TMX30(1+1)
2
Mbit/s
Port A
CUD
norm. path
Subscribers
Port B
protection
path
1
LC
LC
30

The two 2-Mbit/s ports operate in 1+1 protection switching mode. Up to 30 x 64-kbit/s time slots are available.

Operating Modes

• Terminal multiplexer TMX60

• Add-drop multiplexer DIMX2 x 30

• Terminal multiplexer with 1+1 protection switching

TMX30(1+1)

• Port-to-port connections for LCs with V.24, V.35, V.36, RS530 or X.21 interfaces

• End-to-end protection at n x 64-kbit/s level for analog 2-wire/4-wire interfaces (with/ without E&M) and for V.24, V.35, V.36, RS530, X.21 interfaces (LCs UAC68 and CPF2)

• Broadcasting for POTS with local battery, analog 2-wire/4-wire transmission as well as all digital interfaces

(CUD in DIMX2x30 mode)

• ADPCM for saving bandwidth with linecard UAC68

• Protocol conversion X.50/X.51 into V.110/ X.30/I.460 IWU submodules of the CPF2 convert digital subscribers who are connected to an existing customer network with data structures accor- ding to X.50/X.51 into system- internal data structures V.110/X.30/

I.460.

• Voice channel in the common frequency radio networks This application will be implemen- ted by system modules FMX2R3.1 (with CUD and UAC68) and CMXC

• Connection of POTS and ISDN subscriber lines to a test jack for subscriber line measurements

• Timer jobs for one or two complete channels or maximum two timeslots

Network and Operating Interfaces

• 2 x 2 Mbit/s as per ITU-T

G.703/G.704

• Clock interfaces T3in and T3out for external synchronization

• QD2 interface for connection to a management system

• Interface for embedded communications channel (ECC)

• F interface for local management access (with LCT)

• Interface ZA for central operation monitoring

• Central test bus interface for subscriber line measurement

Subscriber Interfaces

Each interface type is implemented by a specific linecard, see the table below.

 

Interfaces, services

Linecard

Interfaces per unit

Data services

G.703, 64 kbit/s, codirectional

DSC104CO

10

G.703, n x 64 kbit/s, n 31 codirectional/centrally clocked contradirectional

DSC6-nx64G

6

2

Fractional E1, n x 64 kbit/s, 2 Mbit/s

CM64/2

1

V.24/V.28, subrates to 64 kbit/s V35, subrates to n x 64 kbit/s, n 31 V36, subrates to n x 64 kbit/s, n 31 X.21/V.11, subrates to n x 64 kbit/s, n 31 U ko -Baseband with 4B3T, n x 64 kbit/s, n 2 EDSL to DNU01SD, n x 64 kbit/s, n 8

CPF2

4

V.24/V.28, subrates to 64 kbit/s

DSC8V24 1)

8

X.21/V.11, subrates to 64 kbit/s

DSC8X21 1)

8

ISDN services

ISDN-BA, U k0 for 2B1Q (LT)

IUL82

8

ISDN-BA, U k0 for 2B1Q (NT)

I4UK2NTP

4

ISDN-BA, U k0 for 4B3T (LT)

IUL84

8

ISDN-BA, U k0 for 4B3T (NT)

I4UK4NTP

4

ISDN-BA, S 0 (NT/TE)

I8S0P

8

Analog services

POTS, subscriber side

SUB102

10

POTS, exchange side

SLX102E

10

2/4-wire with/without E&M signaling

UAC68

6

2/4-wire analog leased lines

LLA102/104 1)

10

2-wire analog leased lines 2-wire with E&M signaling

SEM106 1)

10

4-wire analog leased lines 4-wire with E&M signaling

SEM108H 1)

10

2-wire with 25-Hz signaling (OB)

SLB62

6

1) Can only be installed in shelf MXS19

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC represents a very compact solution for implementing small
Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC represents a very compact solution for implementing small

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC

Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC represents a very compact solution for implementing small network nodes. It supports up to 32 x 2-Mbit/s ports and allows non-blocking switching of the 64-kbit/s channels between these ports. Switching of up

to 480 subrate signals in the structure

n x 8 kbit/s is also possible.

Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC consists of:

• Central unit CUC

• Up to two interface units PU16

A second central unit can be installed to provide redundancy. It stores all connection data in parallel and takes over the function of the CUC if a fault occurs.

The 2-Mbit/s interfaces will be provided by the PU16.

Operating Modes

• Switching levels:

- 2 Mbit/s structured acc. to G.704

- 2 Mbit/s transparent (G.703)

- n x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31)

- n x 8 kbit/s (n = 1, 2 and 4)

• Connections either bidirectional, unidirectional, or also broadcast

• Cross connection of channel- associated signaling (CAS)

• Up to 30 analog and 30 digital conference participants

• Implementation of timer jobs

• Path protection at 2-Mbit/s level

2 Mbit/s, G.703 2 Mbit/s, G.703 standby Interfaces 1 1 active • • • 16
2 Mbit/s, G.703
2 Mbit/s, G.703
standby
Interfaces
1
1
active
• 16 x 2 Mbit/s for each PU16
PU16
CUC
PU16
16
16
• Clock interfaces T3in and T3out for
external synchronization

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC

Benefits of FMX2R3.1 and CMXC in a Ring Structure

• Optimum utilization of the 2-Mbit/s lines

• Use of both 2-Mbit/s lines of the CUD

• Maintenance of the 2-Mbit/s path protection

• Optional cross connection of 8-kbit/s and 64-kbit/s channels

• Existence of suitable structures for network management

• QD2 interface for connection to a management system

• Interfaces for 4 x embedded communications channels (ECC)

• F interface for local management access

• Interface ZA for central operation monitoring FMX2R3.1 CMXC FMX2R3.1 CMXC CMXC FMX2R3.1 CMXC FMX2R3.1
• Interface ZA for central operation
monitoring
FMX2R3.1
CMXC
FMX2R3.1
CMXC
CMXC FMX2R3.1
CMXC
FMX2R3.1

CMXC und FMX2R3.1 in a ring structure

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXII-CAS

For routing the services via a larger network node Crossconnect multiplexer CMXII-CAS is used. The non-blocking switching is under- taken at the 64-kbit/s level.

The CMXII-CAS consists of the following units:

• Central unit CCU

• CAS unit CASU

• Port Unit PU2+

• Optional unit PUSISA

• Management Control unit MCU

• Power supply PSC

The PUSISA is used if remote equipment (up to 128) is to be controlled via 64-kbit/s channels (ECC).

The CCU, CASU and PSC can be duplicated if module redundancy is required.

Interfaces

• Clock interfaces T3in and T3out for external synchronization

• QD2 interface for connection to a management system

• F interface for local management access (with LCT)

• Alarm interface as floating relay contacts

• 2 Mbit/s as per ITU-T G.703

The crossconnect multiplexer is available in four different capacity stages in one of the following combi- nations:

• Single shelf (CMXII-LS)

• Combination of 2 shelves (CMXII-CS and CMXII-2S or CMXII-LS and CMXII-2S)

• Combination of 3 shelves (CMXII-CS and 2 x CMXII-2S)

This means that its overall capacity can be adapted very variably to the requirements of the network.

Power supply to the CMXII-CAS is -48 V/-60 V.

Operating Modes

• Connection types:

- 64 kbit/s

- 2 Mbit/s as per ITU-T G.703, transparent

- 2 Mbit/s structured as per ITU-T G.704

- Leased lines n x 64 kbit/s

• Connections either bidirectional, unidirectional, or also broadcast

• Cross connection of channel- associated signaling (CAS)

• Digital conference circuits for up to 128 x 64-kbit/s subscribers

• Implementation of timer jobs

• Path protection at 2-Mbit/s level

2 Mbit/s, G.703

2 Mbit/s, G.703

1

92

PU2+ PU2+
PU2+
PU2+
standby CUC active PU2+ • • • PU2+ standby active CASU
standby
CUC active
PU2+
PU2+
standby
active
CASU

1

92

• • • CCU

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXII-CAS

Port Unit PU2+ possesses 4 x 2-Mbit/s interfaces. If the shelves are fully equipped, the switching capacities are as shown in the table below:

1 shelf

2 shelves

2 shelves

3 shelves

CMXII-LS

CMXII-CS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-LS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-CS + 2xCMXII-2S

2 Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2 Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2 Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2 Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

48

720

92

1380

140

2100

184

2760

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXII-V5

As a gateway for POTS and ISDN services between the corporate network and the public network, the crossconnect multiplexer CMXII-V5 converts channel-associated signaling (CAS) either into V5.1 or into V5.2 switching protocols.

Through connections of leased lines or of CAS are also possible.

The CMXII-V5 consists of the following units:

• Central unit CCU

• Frame Relay unit V52FR

• Port Unit PUCAS and/or PU2+

• Optional unit PUSISA

• Management Control unit MCU

• Power supply PSC

The CCU, V52FR and PSC can be duplicated if module redundancy is required.

The CAS-V5 conversion is implemen- ted with the PUCAS for the following subscriber types of the FMX2R3.1:

• POTS (SUB102)

• ISDN-BA (I8S0P/IUL82/IUL84)

Interfaces

• 2 Mbit/s acc. to ITU-T G.703

• T3in, QD2, F interface and alarm contacts see CMXII-CAS

PUCAS and PU2+ each possess 4 x 2-Mbit/s interfaces. If the shelves are fully equipped on the subscriber side with PUCAS and on the network side with PU2+, the resulting switching capacities are per magin:

In parallel, with the PU2+ on the subscriber side, 2-Mbit/s signals with V5.1 protocol can be switched or also concentrated in accordance with V5.2. In addition, via FastLink-internal signaling protocol (V5C) a concentra- tion of the subscribers can additionally be undertaken.

Simultaneous operation of V5.1 and V5.2 in the direction of the exchange is not possible.

The same shelf capacity stages are available as for the CMXII-CAS, but with concentration with V5.2 on the exchange side higher numbers of subscribers are possible.

Operating Modes

• Connection types:

- 64 kbit/s

- 2 Mbit/s structured acc. to ITU-T G.704

- Leased lines n x 64 kbit/s

• Connections either bidirectional, unidirectional, or also broadcast

• Conversion of CAS into V5 protocols

• Through connection of CAS

• Switching of V5 signaling information

• V5.2 concentration in the direction of the exchange

The power supply of the CMXII-V5 is -48 V/-60 V. • Implementation of timer jobs
The power supply of the CMXII-V5
is -48 V/-60 V.
• Implementation of timer jobs
• 2-Mbit/s path protection
2 Mbit/s, G.703
2 Mbit/s, G.703
standby
1
CUC active
V5.1 (92)
CAS
or
PUCAS
PU2+
V5.2 (32)
• • • CCU
V5.1/
PU2+
CAS
V5C
PUCAS
92
standby
active
V52FR

Crosscennect Multiplexer CMXII-V5

CAS-V5 conversion with V5.1 interfaces in the direction of the exchange

 

1

shelf

 

2

shelves

 

2

shelves

 

3

shelves

CMXII-LS

CMXII-CS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-LS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-CS + 2xCMXII-2S

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

24/24

 

720

36/56

 

1080

72/68

 

2040

92/92

 

2760

CAS-V5 conversion with V5.2 interfaces in the direction of the exchange

 

1

shelf

 

2

shelves

 

2

shelves

 

3

shelves

CMXII-LS

CMXII-CS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-LS + CMXII-2S

CMXII-CS + 2xCMXII-2S

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

2

Mbit/s

64k-Ch.

32/16

 

960

36/32

 

1080

124/16

3720

128/32

3840

Synchronous Multiplexer SMX1/4c

Plesiochronous 2-Mbit/s and/or 34-Mbit/s signals to a synchronous network via an optical or electrical STM-1, or an optical STM-4 interface are connected with synchronous multiplexer SMX1/4c.

Interfaces

Up to 42 x 2 Mbit/s acc. to

ITU-T G.703 or 21 x 2 Mbit/s and

1

x 34 Mbit/s acc. to G.703

Optical STM-1 or STM-4 (short haul or long haul) or electrical STM-1

acc. to G.707

Clock interfaces T3in and

T4out for external synchronization

QD2 interface as access for the management system

x interfaces to overhead control channels acc. to V.11

4

The following units can be equipped in the SNUS shelf:

• Add/Drop multiplexer unit, one of the following variants

- ADM1o-S for optical STM-1 up to 30 km

- ADM1o-L for optical STM-1

30 to 50 km

- ADM1e for electrical STM-1

- ADM4-S for optical STM-4 up to 30 km

- ADM4-L for optical STM-4

30 to 50 km

• Tributary Unit in 3 variants

- TC21E1 for 21 x 2 Mbit/s

- TC21E1R for 21 x 2 Mbit/s with synchronization of the 2-Mbit/s send clock

- TC1E3 for 1 x 34 Mbit/s

• Power supply unit PSD

Power supply to the SMX1/4c is -48 V/-60 V.

The SMX1/4c will be used in both FMX2R3.1 and FastLink-Networks. In FMX2R3.1 it implements the following operating modes:

Operating Modes

• Synchronous multiplexer level 1 or level 4 for up to

- 42 plesiochronous 2-Mbit/s signals or

- 21 plesiochronous 2-Mbit/s signals and one plesiochronous 34-Mbit/s signal

• Operation in both line and ring structures

• Add/Drop function for filling up the STM-1/STM-4 signal in ring structures STM-1 with max. 63 x 2 Mbit/s STM-4 with max. 252 x 2 Mbit/s

• SNC/I protection switching in accordance with ETS 300 417

21

21

or

34

PDH

x 2 Mbit/s

x 2 Mbit/s

Mbit/s

ADM TU
ADM
TU
300 417 21 21 or 34 PDH x 2 Mbit/s x 2 Mbit/s Mbit/s ADM TU

SDH

STM-1 opt./electr.

or

STM-4 opt.

Synchronous Multiplexer SMX1/4c

Line Equipment OMX16

The line equipment OMX16 combines 16 x 2-Mbit/s signals into 34 Mbit/s signal and prepares them for trans- mission over a single mode glass fiber.

The OMX16 consists of:

• Multiplex unit DSMX34

• Transceiver unit OTRU36

• OTSU2M for QD2 access

Interfaces

• Up to 16 x 2 Mbit/s acc. to ITU-T G.703

• Either 34 Mbit/s electrical or 36 Mbit/s optical

• QD2 interface as access for the management system

• Interface to overhead control channel acc. to V.11

16 x 2 Mbit/s

DSMX34 OTRU36
DSMX34
OTRU36

Line equipment OMX16

34

Mbit/s electrical

or

36

Mbit/s optical

2-Mbit/s Line Equipment (LTx)

2 Mbit/s (G.703) are prepared by the 2-Mbit/s line equipment for transmis- sion on copper cable or optical cable. The line equipment consists of units, which can be used on both the network side and the subscriber side.

Line Termination Units LUC/LUCP

The 2-Mbit/s line signal is transmitted on copper cable in HDB3 code with the LUC/LUCP.

The LUCP includes a remote feed unit for supplying intermediate regenera- tors. Pinpointing of pulse errors or DC errors in the intermediate regenera- tors can be undertaken.

Management access to the LUC/ LUCP is via an internal bus (SVB), which is established between the SUE and LUC/LUCP.

Line Termination Unit LTCOH

As HDSL line equipment the LTCOH is used for transparent transmission of 1 x 2 Mbit/s on copper cables. Connections between two LTCOH or between LTCOH and network termination unit NT12C are possible.

Line Termination Unit LT2ME1

Line termination unit LT2ME1 can be equipped with up to 2 plug-in modules. This means that up to 2 line interfaces (including different ones) from the following assortment are available:

• 2 Mbit/s, U k2 acc. to FTZ 1TR221

• 2 Mbit/s, G.703 (short-haul)

• 2 Mbit/s optical, U g2 acc. to FTZ 1TR222

• 2.3 Mbit/s SHDSL

Module Uk2mp also possesses a remote feed unit and can thus supply intermediate regenerators.

Line Termination Units LTO/LT and LTO/NT

The optical line termination units LTO use a single mode glass fiber for transmission of 2 x 2 Mbit/s in send and receive direction.

Using the 1550 nm optical window for the LTO/LT and the 1300 nm window for the LTO/NT separates the directions.

Management access for both units (LT and NT) is via the network-side unit. The management data are transmitted in the overhead channel (OH).

 

NT

 

LT

 
   

1

x 2 Mbit/s

   

1

x 2 Mbit/s

 

Module 1

     

1

x 2 Mbit/s

G.703

   

Module 1

G.703

PRA (l.431)

 

U

k2 /G.703sh/

 

PRA (l.431)

LT2ME1

U

g2 /SHDSL

 

LT2ME1

x 2 Mbit/s

1

G.703

 

Module 2

     

1

x 2 Mbit/s

   

Module 2

G.703

 

1

x 2 Mbit/s

 

PRA (l.431)

PRA (l.431)

Line equipment LT2ME1, LT- and NT-Mode

Interfaces and Connection Types

Units

G.703

Line interfaces

Cabel

Maximum poss.

Connection types

distances

LUC and

1

x 2 Mbit/s

1 x 2 Mbit/s G.703 (long-haul)

2

CU-w. pair

3

km without

• Point-to-point (transparent)

LUCP

   

ZWR

LTCOH

1

x 2 Mbit/s

1 x 2 Mbit/s HDSL

2

CU-w. pair

8

km

• Point-to-point (transparent)

LT2ME1,

2

x 2 Mbit/s

     

• Connection of private- branch exchanges (I.431)

per module

 

Uk2mp

1 x 2 Mbit/s U k2

2

CU-w. pair

3

km without ZWR

• Point-to-point (transparent)

G703sh

1 x 2 Mbit/s G.703 (short-haul)

2

CU-w. pair

100 m

Ug2

1 x 2 Mbit/s U g2 (optical)

2

glass fibers

 

20

km

SHDSL

1 x 2 Mbit/s SHDSL

2

CU-w. pair

3,9 km

LTO/LT and

2

x 2 Mbit/s

2 x 2 Mbit/s optical

1

glass fiber

 

50

km

• Point-to-point (transparent)

LTO/NT

     

Network Termination Units (NT)

The network termination units are installed directly on the subscriber premises. They are connected to a linecard of multiplexer FMX2R3.1 or to 2-Mbit/s line equipment either via copper cable or optical cable.

Network Termination Unit NTU

Up to two data terminals with interfaces in acc. with the ITU-T Recommendations can be connected

to network termination unit NTU at a

U k0 interface with 2B1Q-encoding.

The NTU is connected to linecard IUL82 of multiplexer FMX2R3.1 for example via the U k0 interface.

The NTU can be equipped with up to two (also different) interface modules which each implement one of the following interfaces:

• V.24 with subrates up to 64 kbit/s

• V.35/V.36/X.21 with subrates up to 64 kbit/s

• V.35/V.36/X.21 for 64/128 kbit/s

• G.703 codirect. for 64 kbit/s

Power is supplied locally to the NTU via an AC/AC adapter, with the option of 230 V or 115 V.

Data Network Unit DNU01SD

The data network unit DNU01SD is used for synchronous data trans- mission with high data rates

n x 64 kbit/s (maximum 512 kbit/s) via copper cable.

The following interfaces are present:

• X.21

• V.35 or V.36

The X.21 interface is permanently installed. Data interfaces V.35 and V.36 are implemented by additional interface modules.

Data interfaces

V.35, V.36, X.21 ≤ 64 kbit/s FMX2R3.1 U k0 128 kbit/s 2 x 64 kbit/s
V.35, V.36, X.21
≤ 64 kbit/s
FMX2R3.1
U
k0
128 kbit/s
2
x 64 kbit/s
NTU
(128 kbit/s)
IUL82
V.24
≤ 64 kbit/s
G.703 cod.
2 Mbit/s
64 kbit/s
G.703
G.704
1/2/3/4/6 or
Port A
X.21
DNU01SD
8
x 64 kbit/s
CPF2
n x 64 kbit/s
+
(512 kbit/s)
+
CUD
V.35/V.36
EDSL-Mod.
EDSL-Mod.
Port B
Baseband
X.21
DNU01SD
CPF2
128 kbit/s
64 kbit/s
+
+
128 kbit/s
UEB-Mod.
UEB-Mod.
V.35/V.36

Network Terminations (NT) connected to FMX2R3.1

The network interface is provided by a transmission module which must also be included in the CPF2 in FMX2R3.1, optionally for:

• EDSL transmission with 64/128/192/256/384 or 512 kbit/s

• Baseband transmission with 2 x 64 kbit/s or 128 kbit/s

Power is supplied locally to the DNU01SD via an AC adapter suitable for either 230 V or 115 V supply, depending on the version.

Network Termination NT22OV

Digital leased lines with n x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31) via a glass fiber can be set up with the NT22OV for up to 2 data terminal equipments with the following interfaces:

• V.35

• V.36

• X.21

The data interfaces of the unit are implemented by DATA modules.

On the network side the unit is connected to a line termination unit LTO/LT via optical 2 x 2 Mbit/s. For this connection the NT22OV uses a wavelength of 1300 nm.

The V.35 or V.36 interface operates either in transparent or in protocol mode. In protocol mode point-to- multipoint connections can also be set up. In addition transparent transmis- sion of 2 Mbit/s acc. to ITU-T V.35 is possible.

Power is supplied to the NT22OV via an external AC adapter either with 115-V or with 230-V AC or directly with 24-V DC.

Network Termination Units NT12C and NT22O

The network termination units each contain one 2-Mbit/s line termination unit:

• NT12C: 1 x LTCOH

• NT22O: 1 x LTO/NT

The NTs are used for transparent 2-Mbit/s transmission and are supplied with either 115 V or 230 V via an AC adapter.

Shelf SNUS for Services, Routing and Transport

Subscribers 2 Mbit/s, G.703 2 Mbit/s, G.703 1 1 SMX1/4c 1 • • FMX2R3.1 OMX16
Subscribers
2 Mbit/s, G.703
2 Mbit/s, G.703
1
1 SMX1/4c
1
FMX2R3.1
OMX16
CMXC
PBX
60
EDSL
NT
U
k0
PBX
16
LTx
16
NT
2
x 2 Mbit/s opt./
LTx
2
Mbit/s SHDSL/HDSL
2 Mbit/s
G.703, LL

Interfaces SNUS

SDH

STM-1 opt./electr.

or

STM-4 opt.

PDH 34 Mbit/s opt./electr.

2

2

SHDSL/HDSL/U k2 /G.703

x 2 Mbit/s opt. / Mbit/s U g2 or

The modular design and versatility of compact unit SNUS make a wide range of flexible services possible, even for small networks, optimized routing of all services and the use of the very latest transmission techno- logies both for copper cable (e.g. via SHDSL) as well as for glass fiber cable (e.g. SDH).

These include:

• Multiplexer FMX2R3.1, which provides the subscriber interfaces with up to 6 linecards

• Crossconnect multiplexer CMXC for routing

• Synchronous multiplexer SMX1/4c for transport

• Optical line equipment OMX16 instead of the SMX1/4c

• Up to 3 x 2-Mbit/s line termination units (LTx) as feeder or for 2-Mbit/s LL, optionally two of these instead of two linecards of the

FMX2R3.1

• Supervision unit SUE as management access

The integration of the crossconnect and the SMX1/4c simplifies network integration and helps to save costs.

Specific protection switching con- cepts offer extremely high availability here.

Shelf SNUS Shelf SNUS is in 19'' equipment practice and can be adapted to fit
Shelf SNUS
Shelf SNUS is in 19'' equipment practice
and can be adapted to fit ETSI racks by the
use of adapters.
Within a shelf all functions for network
integration are available.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Access to the external interfaces is via the
terminal panel.
SUE
CUD
Linecard 1
Linecard 2
Linecard 3
Linecard 4
Linecard 5
LTx
Linecard 6
LTx
LTx
PU16
CUC
CUC
PU16
TU
OTRU36
ADM1/4
DSMX34
PSD
OTSU2M

2 Mbit/s acc. to ITU-T G.703/G.704

The 2-Mbit/s interfaces of the CMXC are connected internally with the FMX2R3.1/SMX1/4c /OMX16 and the LTx. Depending on equipment the remainder of the 2-Mbit/s interfaces can be used for leased lines or for connection of further FMX2S/MXS19.

Subscriber interfaces

The subscriber interfaces are implemented by the linecards (see Table on page 7) and 2-Mbit/s line equipment.

Line interfaces

Depending on requirements:

• STM-1 optical/electrical or STM-4 optical

• 34 Mbit/s optical/electrical

• Max. 6 x 2 Mbit/s SHDSL/U k2 / G.703, optical (U g2 )

• Max. 3 x optical 2 x 2 Mbit/s or 2 Mbit/s HDSL

Power supply to the SNUS is -48 V/-60 V.

Shelves FMX2S and MXS19 for large Numbers of Subscribers

Where there is a demand for a number of multiplexers and a larger number of subscribers, shelves FMX2S and MXS19 are available. These can be equipped to cater for different requirements as follows:

• Multiplexer FMX2R3.1, a choice of

- 2 multiplexers with 6 LCs

- 1 multiplexer including bus extension card BEC with up to 12 LCs

• 2-Mbit/s line equipments fitted in

the multiplexers instead of linecards

- max. 6 LTx in shelf FMX2S

- max. 9 LTx in shelf MXS19

• Supervision unit SUE as management access

Subscriber interfaces

The subscriber interfaces are implemented by the linecards (see Table on page 7) and 2-Mbit/s line equipment.

Line interfaces

Depending on requirements:

• Max. 12 or 18 x 2 Mbit/s SHDSL/U k2 /G.703, optical (U g2 )

• Max. 6 or 9 x optical 2 x 2 Mbit/s or 2 Mbit/s HDSL

FMX2S and MXS19 are 19" equipment practice shelves which can be adapted to fit ETSI racks by means of adapters.

Power supply to the shelves is -48 V/-60 V.

Subscribers 2 Mbit/s, G.703 1 • • LTx FMX2R3.1 • PBX • • LTx FMX2R3.1
Subscribers
2 Mbit/s, G.703
1
LTx
FMX2R3.1
PBX
LTx
FMX2R3.1
EDSL
U
120
k0
NT
2
Mbit/s LL
PBX
LTx
NT
LTx
2
x 2 Mbit/s opt./
2
Mbit/s SHDSL/HDSL

Interfaces of FMX2S and MXS19

2

x 2 Mbit/s opt. /

2

Mbit/s U g2 /SHDSL/

HDSL/U k2 /G.703

2

x 2 Mbit/s opt. /

2

Mbit/s U g2 /SHDSL/

HDSL/U g2 /G.703

2

Mbit/s U g2 /SHDSL/

U

k2 /G.703

Shelf FMX2S Shelf FMX2S has a terminal panel with connectorized cables. This means that it
Shelf FMX2S
Shelf FMX2S has a terminal panel with
connectorized cables. This means that it can
be very flexibly reconfigured and can be
easily upgraded.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
SUE
CUD
Linecard 1
Linecard 2
Linecard 3
Linecard 4
Linecard 5
Linecard 6
LTx
CUD
BEC
Linecard 1
Linecard 2
Linecard 3
Linecard 4
Linecard 5
Linecard 6
LTx
LTx
LTx
LTx
LTx

Shelf MXS19

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

 

LTx

   

LTx

LTx

LTx

BEC

LTx

   

LTx

LTx

   

LTx

LTx

CUD

Linecard 1

Linecard 2

Linecard 3

Linecard 4

Linecard 5

Linecard 6

CUD

Linecard 1

Linecard 2

Linecard 3

Linecard 4

Linecard 5

Linecard 6

SUE

 
Linecard 6 CUD Linecard 1 Linecard 2 Linecard 3 Linecard 4 Linecard 5 Linecard 6 SUE

Shelf MXS19 is offered as a low-cost alterna- tive to the FMX2S. It is designed for voice and data applications with high packing density

and has no front terminal panel. The interfa- ces accept prefabricated connector units with individual plug covers for accepts connectors in accordance with DIN 41612 with a choice of connection technologies (wrap, insulation displacement, soldered). Optionally two front terminal panels for data interfaces can be used which are mounted via shelf MXS19.

Desktop ONU 20 FTTO

The ONU 20 FTTO provides a comple- te multiplexing system in a desktop unit. It is excellently well suited for creating simple network nodes quickly and efficiently.

The ONU 20 FTTO is used in both FMX2R3.1 and FastLink networks. According to the shelf it is equipped with either a multiplexer FMX2R3.1 or with an access multiplexer (AMX) of the FastLink system.

Via 2 x 2 Mbit/s optical/electrical lines the ONU 20 FTTO can span greater distances to other network segments. It is just as possible to cascade a number of ONU 20 FTTO as well as to have a point-to-point connection between two ONUs.

The following components belong to the ONU 20 FTTO:

• Multiplexer FMX2R3.1 or AMX with up to 2 linecards

• 2-Mbit/s line equipment (LTx)

• Supervision unit COSU as management access

Subscribers

2 Mbit/s 1 G.703 • • FMX2R3.1 LTx • 2 x 2 Mbit/s opt. /
2
Mbit/s
1
G.703
FMX2R3.1
LTx
2
x 2 Mbit/s opt. /
PBX
Mbit/s opt. U g2
SHDSL/HDSL/
2
20
U
k2 /G.703
NT
EDSL, U k0
2 Mbit/s, G.703 LL
PRA (l.431)

Interfaces ONU 20 FTTO

Subscriber interfaces

The subscriber interfaces are implemented by the linecards of the multiplexers (see Table on page 7) and the 2-Mbit/s line equipment.

Line interfaces

Depending on requirements:

• 1 x optical 2 x 2 Mbit/s

• Max. 2 x 2 Mbit/s SHDSL/U k2 / G.703 short haul, optical (U g2 )

• 1 x 2 Mbit/s HDSL

The ONU 20 FTTO is accommodated within a compact housing. It can be used as either a desktop unit or it can be wall-mounted with a wall bracket.

For access to the G.703 and line interfaces a central terminal panel can be supplied in three variants with different connector types.

The subscriber interfaces are accessi- ble via specific terminal panels which are supplied according to subscriber type.

Power is supplied to the ONU 20 FTTO via an external AC power adapter delivered with the device. A direct -48 V power supply can also be used.

ONU 20 FTTO
ONU 20 FTTO

Network and Element Management

The components of the FMX2R3.1 can be both remote controlled and also themselves represent the access point to the DCN (Data Communica- tion Network). They possess standard interfaces according to QD2 for incorporation into the DCN as well as an F interface for local operating tasks.

The NTs are operated and monitored via the connected unit (multiplexer FMX2R3.1 or line equipment).

For transport of the control and transmission information channels within the transmission signal are used. In this way the entire network can be controlled from a suitable point with complete path management without additional equipment.

The AccessIntegrator, Siemens OA&M solution for access products, supports both QD2 and SNMP network elements and is therefore excellently well suited to manage- ment of narrowband and also broadband components.

Features of the ACI:

• Windows NT®-based graphical user interface including support for various languages

• Client-server architecture with distributed processing

• Optimum scalability for small and large networks

• Completely object-oriented user software

• Standard interfaces for integration into higher-ranking network management systems

Network Management

The entire network is presented and can be adapted with the network editor to the real network topology.

Configuration Management

Specific software is loaded on each unit. The element and path parame- ters can be configured for operation and also for test purposes.

Performance Management

Performance data can be recorded on the screen or in log files.

Fault Management

The entire network and each fault is displayed down to the smallest element. With permanent errors the correspon- ding functional unit is switched off and a report is issued via the TMN.

unit is switched off and a report is issued via the TMN. Security Management Access authorization

Security Management

Access authorization with subdivided authorization classes meet today's security requirements.

• • • Client 1 Client 2 Client n LAN Server 1 Server 2 Windows
• •
Client 1
Client 2
Client n
LAN
Server 1
Server 2
Windows NT Domain
QD2 IF, RS485
FMX2R3.1
F IF
RS422
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
FMX2R3.1
NT
NT

Management System AccessIntegrator, Example ”Create Data Conferences”

Technical Specifications

Flexible Multiplexer FMX2R3.1

CIM-V.35

 

Electrical characteristics

Frame structure for subrates

V.28

V.28/V.35

AII

CUD Number of 2-Mbit/s interfaces 2

Electrical interface conditions G.703/6

Impedance, switchable Bit rate

CAS signal frame G.704

Mbit/s

/120

75

2.048

Bit rate Asynchronous Synchronous

Cable types

to 38.4, 115.2 kbit/s

to 48, 56 kbit/s,

n x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31)

V.110

0.3

0.6

Frame synchronization G.736 T3 interface G.703/10

QD2 interface

RS485

EIA

V.35 AII

symmetrical,

unsymmetrical,

shielded

shielded

ECC interface V.11

Range with 64 kbit/s (V.35 AII) and 0.6-mm wire diameter

1000

m

CPF2

Range with 19.2 kbit/s (V.28)

Plug-in interface modules

 

4

and 0.6-mm wire diameter

15

m

UEB128-03E/UEB128-04E

 

Transmission

procedure

Bit rate Symmetrical wire pair

 

U

k0 baseband

with 4B3T

64/128 kbit/s

1

CIM-V.36/RS530

Electrical characteristics V.10/V.11 Bit rate

Asynchronous

0.3

to 38.4, 115.2 kbit/s

 

Synchronous

0.6

to 48, 56 kbit/s,

 

n x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31)

Range with 0.6-mm wire diameter

EDSL

 

8 km

Frame structure for subrates Cable types

V.110

Transmission procedure

pseudoternary

baseband

V.11

symmetrical,

shielded

Bit rate

n

x 64 kbit/s (n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8)

V.10

unsymmetrical,

shielded

Symmetrical wire pair

 

1

Range with 64 kbit/s (V.11), 1 kbit/s (V.10)

Range with 512 kbit/s and

 

and 0.6-mm wire diameter

1000

m

0.6-mm wire diameter

 

3.8

km

DSC104CO

CIM-X.21

Electrical characteristics G.703

Electrical characteristics

X.21/V.11

Number of interfaces 10

Bit rate

Bit rate

64

kbit/s

Asynchronous

0.3

to 38.4, 115.2 kbit/s

Transmission mode codirectional

Synchronous

0.6

to 48, 56 kbit/s,

Symmetrical wire pair per direction 1

 

n x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31)

Range with 64 kbit/s

Frame structure for subrates Cable type Range with 64 kbit/s and 0.6-mm wire diameter

 

X.30

symmetrical,

shielded

1000

m

CIM-V.24

Electrical characteristics Bit rate Asynchronous Synchronous

0.6

 

V.28

0.3

to 38.4, 115.2 kbit/s

to 48, 56, 64 kbit/s, 128 kbit/s

Frame structure for subrates

V.110

Cable type Range with 19.2 kbit/s and

unsymmetrical,

shielded

0.6-mm wire diameter

15

m

and 0.6-mm wire diameter

DSC6-nx64G

300 m

Electrical characteristics

G.703

Codirectional operating mode Number of interfaces

6

Bit rate

n

x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 8)

Symmetrical wire pair per direction Range with 0.6-mm wire diameter

1

64 kbit/s

300

m

512 kbit/s

50

m

Centralized clock operating mode Number of interfaces

6

Bit rate

64

kbit/s

Symm. wire pair per direction (data)

1

Symm. wire pair per unit (clock) Range with 64 kbit/s

1

and 0.6-mm wire diameter

400

m

Contradirectional operating mode Number of interfaces Bit rate

n

Symmetrical wire pairs per direction

2

x 64 kbit/s (n = 1 to 31)

2

Detection threshold remote feed voltage

25

V to 40 V

Range with 0.6-mm wire diameter

appr.

8 km

Range with 0.6-mm wire diameter

 

I8S0P

64 kbit/s

 

400

m

 

50

 

Interface S

0

2048 kbit/s

m

Number of interfaces

 

8

CM64/2

Point-to-point connection

 

Interface

1

x G.703

Number of subscribers

 

1

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s

Range

 

1000

m

Impedance, switchable

75

/120

Point-to-multipoint connection,

 

CAS signal code frame

G.704

Short passive bus

 

Number of subscribers

 

8

DSC8V24

Electrical characteristics Bit rate

 

V.28

Range Extended passive bus

 

150

m

 

Number of subscribers

 

4

Asynchronous

0.3

to 38.4 kbit/s

Range

 

500

m

Synchronous Frame structure for subrates

0.6

to 48, 56, 64 kbit/s

V.110

Feed type of TEs

Phantom

feeding

Cable type

unsymmetrical,

shielded

SUB102

Range with 19.2 kbit/s and

Interface

POTS,

subscriber side

0.6-mm wire diameter

15

m

Number of interfaces

10

DSC8X21

Impedance, configurable

/ 900

220 + (820 II 115 nF)

600

Input level, adjustable

Ringing voltage frequency, adjustable

 

-3

dBr to +5 dBr

Electrical characteristics X.21/V.11 Bit rate

Asynchronous Synchronous Frame structure for subrates Cable type

0.3

to 19.2 kbit/s

0.6

to 48, 56, 64 kbit/s

X.30

shielded

symmetrical,

Output level, adjustable Charge pulse frequency, adjustable

-8

dBr to 0 dBr

kHz

kHz

25

50 Hz ±5 Hz

Hz ±5 Hz

12

16

Range with 64 kbit/s Asynchronous

1000

m

Loop resistance

1800

Synchronous

500

m

SLX102E

 

Interface

Input level, adjustable

Ringing voltage frequency

POTS,

exchange side

IUL82/IUL84

Interface

IUL82

IUL84

Function Number of interfaces Transmission procedure Symmetrical wire pair Remote feed voltage Range

k0 with 2B1Q

k0 with 4B3T

access via NTBA

8

duplex

1

V

U

U

Subscriber

bit-transparent,

-95

Number of interfaces Impedance

Output level, adjustable Charge pulse frequency

10

/900 /

220 + (820 II 115 nF)

dBr to +3 dBr

dBr to +1 dBr

kHz

kHz

±5 Hz

50 Hz ±10 Hz

600

-7

-8

12

16

25

with 0.6-mm wire diameter

appr.

8 km

SLB62

 

Interface

VF

(2-wire with 25-Hz-sign. OB)

I4UK2NTP/I4UK4NTP

Interface I4UK2NTP U I4UK4NTP U Function

Number of interfaces 4

mode

k0 with 4B3T

k0 with 2B1Q

NT

Impedance in series to 2.2 µF Input level Output level Frequency of ring detection Ringing voltage (R max = 3 k)

Frequency of ringing voltage

 

dBr to -6 dBr

dBr to -9 dBr

Hz to 65 Hz

35 V eff

Hz ±2.5

600

+3

0

15

25

Transmission procedure

bit-transparent, duplex

 

Symmetrical wire pair 1

UAC68

Interface Number of interfaces Signal wires per channel and direction Signaling type 2-wire mode Impedance, configurable Input level Output level 4-wire mode Impedance Input level Output level

SEM106/SEM108H

Interface

SEM106

SEM108

Number of interfaces

Signal wires per channel and direction Signaling type

SEM106

Impedance

Input level

600

900

Output level

600

900

SEM108H

Impedance

Input level

Output level

LLA102/104

Interface Number of interfaces Impedance 2-wire mode Input level Output level 4-wire mode Input level Output level

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXC

2-wire/4-wire

VF

 

6

2

E&M

CUC Clock interface G.703/10

QD2-Slave interface RS485

 

4

x ECC interfaces

V.11

 

600

/900

4

x PCI interfaces RS422

-8

dBr to +10 dBr

PU16

-16

dBr to +4 dBr

Interfaces

G.703/6

Number of interfaces

16

 

600

Impedance, switchable

75

/120

-17

-14

dBr to +4 dBr

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s

dBr to +9 dBr

CAS signal frame

G.704

Crossconnect Multiplexer CMXII

 

2-wire

VF

4-wire

VF

10

CCU

Clock interface

G.703/10

 

2

PUCAS/PU2+

 

E&M

Interfaces

G.703/6

 

Number of interfaces

4

 

600

/900

Impedance, switchable

75

/120

 

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s

-10

dBr to +10 dBr

CAS signal frame

G.704

-8

dBr to +10 dBr

 
 

MCU F interface (point-to-point)

V.24/V.28

-16

-16

dBr to +4 dBr dBr to +2 dBr

QD2 slave interface

EIA

RS485

 

600

Synchronous Multiplexer SMX1/4c

 

-14

dBr to +9 dBr

 

-17

dBr to +8.3 dBr

ADM1o and ADM4 Bit rate at the optical interface

 

ADM1o

155.52

Mbit/s

2-wire/4-wire

VF

ADM4

622.08

Mbit/s

10

Optical fiber, bidirectional

single

mode 10/125 µm

 

600

Laser category

 

ADM1o-S1.1, ADM4-S1.1

S1.1

(1310 nm)

-14

-14

dBr to +4 dBr

ADM1o-L1.1, ADM4-L1.1

L1.1

(1310 nm)

dBr to +4 dBr

Fiber optic connector

FC/PC

2-Mbit/s interfaces 21

-14

-14

dBr to +4 dBr

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s +50 ppm

dBr to +9 dBr

Impedance (depending on unit)

75

/120

ADM1e

Bit rate STM-1

155.52

Mbit/s ±20 ppm

Impedance

75

Attenuation at 77.76 MHz

12.7

dB

2-Mbit/s interfaces

such

as ADM1o

TC21E1/TC21E1R

2-Mbit/s interfaces

21

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Impedance (depending on unit)

75

/120

TC1E3

Bit rate

34.368

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Impedance

75

Attenuation at 17,184 MHz

12

dB

PSD Input voltage

-36

V to -72 V

Output voltages Max. output power

+5

V, -5 V

at +5 V

40

W

at -5 V

15

W

Optical Line Equipment OMX16

DSMX34

34-Mbit/s interface G.703

1

Bit rate

34.368

Mbit/s

Impedance

75

2-Mbit/s interfaces G.703

16

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s +50 ppm

Impedance (switchable)

75

/120

OTRU36

Optical Interface

Bit rate

36.864

Mbit/s

Optical fiber, bidirectional

single

mode 10/125 µm

Wave length sender/receiver

1300

nm/1500 nm

Fiber optic connector

FC/PC

Electr. 34-Mbit/s interface

see

DSMX34

OTSU2M

QD2 interfaces, optional

acc.

to RS 485 or G.703

F interface (point-to-point) V.24/V.28

Line Termination Unit LTCOH

2-Mbit/s interface G.703

1

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Impedance (switchable) HDSL interface

75

/120

Bit rate

1,168

Mbit/s per wire pair

Frame structure

acc.

to ETSI RTR/TM-03036

Line code

2B1Q,

scrambled

Impedance

135

Line Termination Unit LT2ME1

2-Mbit/s interfaces G.703

2

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Impedance (switchable)

75

/120

Uk2mp

Line interface

U

k2 acc. to FTZ 1 TR221

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Pulse shape

sine

half wave

Impedance, symmetrical

130

Remote feed voltage

114

V

Remote feed current

59

mA ±1 mA

G703sh

Interface

G.703,

short haul

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Pulse shape

approaching

rectangular

Impedance, symmetrical

120

Ug2

Optical line interface

U

g2

acc. to FTZ 1 TR 222

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s

Glass fiber per direction

single

mode

Wavelength

1300

nm

Fiber optic connector

DIN

Max. bridgeable attenuation

15

dB

Line Termination Units LUC, LUCP

SHDSL Transmission procedure

PAM16

2-Mbit/s interfaces G.703

1

Symmetrical wire pair

1

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Bit rate

2.32

Mbit/s

Impedance (switchable)

75

/120

User data

2.048

Mbit/s

Line interface

G.703,

long haul

Management channel

64

kbit/s

Bit rate

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

Typical range with

Pulse shape

approaching

rectangular

0.4-mm wire diameter

3.9

km

Impedance, symmetrical

120

Attenuation at 1.024 MHz

5

to 40 dB

 

Remote feed (LUCP only) Remote feed voltage, adjustable

100

V/

 

200 V

Remote feed current

49

mA ±1mA

Line Termination Units LTO/LT and LTO/NT

2-Mbit/s interfaces G.703 Bit rate Impedance (switchable) Optical interface Bit rate overall Optical fiber bidirectional Fiber optic connector Max. bridgeable attenuation

 

2

2.048

Mbit/s ±50 ppm

75

/120

8.704

Mbit/s ±30 ppm

Singlemode

10/125 µm

 

FC/PC

15

dB

Supervision Unit SUE

V.35

Electrical characteristics

V.28/V.35

AII

Operating mode Bit rate