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ZXMSG 5200

Multiplex Service Gateway


Hardware Manual

Version 2.0.2

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Contents

About this Manual ............................................................. i


Purpose ................................................................................ i
Intended Audience ................................................................. i
Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge .............................................. i
What is in This Manual ............................................................ i
Related Documentation.......................................................... ii
Conventions ........................................................................ iii
How to Get in Touch............................................................. iv

Chapter 1.......................................................................... 1

Cabinets ........................................................................... 1
Introduction ...................................................................1
OUT30 Cabinet ...............................................................1
OUT50 Cabinets ..............................................................3
19D06H20 Cabinet ..........................................................7

Chapter 2........................................................................ 13

Shelves ........................................................................... 13
Standard Power Shelf .................................................... 13
Single Power Standard Shelf................................................. 13
Dual Power Standard Shelf ................................................... 15
ONU100 Shelf............................................................... 16
OUT50 Shelf................................................................. 17
OUT50C Shelf..................................................................... 17
OUT50D Shelf .................................................................... 18

Chapter 3........................................................................ 21

Cards .............................................................................. 21
Control Cards ............................................................... 21
Integrated Control and Switching Card (ICS) .......................... 22
Enhanced Integrated Control and Switching Card (EICS)........... 24
Giga Ethernet Integrated Control and Switching Card (GIS).......26
Giga Ethernet Integrated Control and Switching Card Simplified
(GISS)...............................................................................28
CNIC Sub-card....................................................................29
VoIP Processing Cards ................................................... 29
MSAG Packet Processing and Resource Card (MPR) .................. 30
MSAG Packet Processing and Resource Card Type B (MPRB) ...... 31
Sub-cards ..........................................................................32
Subscriber Cards........................................................... 33
Analog Line Card (ALC) ........................................................34
Reverse Analog Line Card (RALC) ..........................................35
Far-end Line Card (FLC) .......................................................36
Integrated Line Card (ILC/T) .................................................37
Integrated Line Card (ILC2+)................................................40
Digital Line Card (DLC) ........................................................ 41
ADSL Subscriber Line Card (ADL) .......................................... 43
Giga Backplane Interface ADSL Subscriber Line Card (GADL) .....45
VDSL Subscriber Line Card (VDL/ VDSL) ................................. 46
SHDSL Subscriber Line Card (SDL) ........................................ 48
ETI Card ............................................................................50
EPON Long Distance Card (EPOL) ..........................................52
GAGL Card .........................................................................53
Uplink Cards................................................................. 54
ETI Card ............................................................................55
EPON Long Distance Card (EPOL) ..........................................55
Ethernet Transform Card (ETC) ............................................. 55
Giga Ethernet Transform Card (GETC) .................................... 56
Octal Digital Trunk Interface Card (ODTI) ............................... 56
ATI Card ............................................................................58
GETI Card ..........................................................................59
Test Subscriber Line Card (TSLC) .................................... 60
Environment Monitoring Cards ........................................ 62
Environment Power Control Card (EPC) ..................................62
EMB Card ...........................................................................64
Power Cards ................................................................. 64
POWER H Card....................................................................64
POWER K Card ....................................................................66
POWER G Card....................................................................67
PPC Power Card .................................................................. 69
Backplanes................................................................... 70
MICS Backplane.................................................................. 71
MBSL Backplane ................................................................. 72
MRSL Backplane ................................................................. 74
MOCSB Backplane............................................................... 75
MOCSD Backplane............................................................... 76
Ethernet Sub-cards ....................................................... 78
Ethernet Uplink Interface Card (EUX) ..................................... 78
Ethernet Uplink Card - Fiber mode (FEI)................................. 79
Giga Ethernet Uplink Card - Fiber Mode (GEUF) ....................... 80
Giga Ethernet Uplink Card - TX Mode (GEUT) .......................... 81
Giga Ethernet Interface Card -Simplified (GEIS) ...................... 82
Slave Casing Uplink Interface Card (SUPI) .............................. 83
Giga Ethernet Interface Card (GEI)........................................ 83
IEBC card .......................................................................... 84

Chapter 4........................................................................ 85

Front Access Structure .................................................. 85


Shelf Structure ............................................................. 85
Card Configuration .............................................................. 86
Backplane .................................................................... 87
Front Access Cards ........................................................ 89
Power Extension Card (PEB) ................................................. 89
ICS Extension Card (IEBA) ................................................... 90
ICS Extension Card (IEBB) ................................................... 91
Jumper.............................................................................. 92
Subscriber Extension Card (SEB)........................................... 92
EPC Extension Card (EPEB) .................................................. 93
PAUN Card ......................................................................... 93

Abbreviations ................................................................. 95

Figures............................................................................ 97

Tables ........................................................................... 101

Index ............................................................................ 103


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About this Manual

Purpose
This manual provides procedures and guidelines that support the
operation of the ZXMSG 5200 Multiplex Service Gateway.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for engineers and technicians who
perform operation activities on the ZXMSG 5200 Multiplex
Service Gateway.

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this document effectively, users should have a general
understanding of telecommunications technology. Familiarity
with the following is helpful:
„ Knowledge of integrated circuit board design
„ Network equipment design mechanism
„ Electricity and power supply

What is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:

TABLE 1 – CHAPTER SUMMARY

Chapter Summary
Chapter 1, Cabinets Introduces the cabinets related to ZXMSG
5200 system.
Chapter 2, Shelves Describes different types of shelves such
as standard power shelf, OUT50C/D shelf,
ONU100 shelf.

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Chapter Summary
Chapter 3, Cards Describes different types of cards such as
control cards, VoIP processing cards,
subscriber cards, uplink cards,
environment monitoring cards, power
cards, backplane cards and Ethernet sub-
cards.
Chapter 4, Front Access Describes front access shelf structure, card
Structure configuration, backplane and front access
cards.

Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway
Documentation Guide
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Technical
Manual
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Hardware
Installation Manual (OUT30)
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Hardware
Installation Manual (OUT50C/D)
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Hardware
Installation Manual (19D06H20)
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Operation
Manual
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway Command
Manual
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway
Maintenance Manual (Routine)
„ ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) Multiplex Service Gateway
Maintenance Manual (Troubleshooting)

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Conventions
Typographical ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
Conventions
TABLE 2 – TYPOGRAPHIC AL CONVENTIONS

Typeface Meaning
Italics References to other Manuals and documents.
“Quotes” Links on screens.
Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input
fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop-
down lists, dialog box names, window names.
CAPS Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens
and company name.
Constant width Text that you type, program code, files and
directory names, and function names.
[] Optional parameters.
{} Mandatory parameters.
| Select one of the parameters that are delimited
by it.
Note: Provides additional information about a
certain topic.
Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs
to be checked before proceeding further.
Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things
easier or more productive for the reader.

Mouse TABLE 3 – MOUSE OPERATION CONVENTIONS


Operation
Conventions Typeface Meaning
Click Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually
the left mouse button) once.
Double-click Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button
(usually the left mouse button) twice.
Right-click Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button
(usually the right mouse button) once.
Drag Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and
moving the mouse.

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How to Get in Touch


The following sections provide information on how to obtain
support for the documentation and the software.
Customer If you have problems, questions, comments, or suggestions
Support regarding your product, contact us by e-mail at
support@zte.com.cn. You can also call our customer support
center at (86) 755 26771900 and (86) 800-9830-9830.
Documentation ZTE welcomes your comments and suggestions on the quality
Support and usefulness of this document. For further questions,
comments, or suggestions on the documentation, you can
contact us by e-mail at doc@zte.com.cn; or you can fax your
comments and suggestions to (86) 755 26772236. You can also
browse our website at http://support.zte.com.cn, which contains
various interesting subjects like documentation, knowledge base,
forum and service request.

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Chapter 1

Cabinets

This chapter covers the following topics:


„ Introduction
„ OUT30 cabinet
„ OUT50 cabinet
„ 19D06H20 cabinet

Introduction
ZXMSG 5200 system cabinets are categorized in two types:
indoor cabinets and outdoor cabinets.
„ Indoor cabinets
f 19D06H20
f ONU100
„ Outdoor cabinets
f OUT30
f OUT50 (OUT50C and OUT50D)

OUT30 Cabinet
Introduction The OUT30 cabinet holds ZXMSG 5200 system. It is designed for
hard weather conditions where no equipment room is available.
It has an integrated structure and it can be deployed rapidly.
Outline Figure 1 shows OUT30 cabinet outline.

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FIGURE 1 – OUT30 CABINET OUTLINE

Dimensions OUT30 cabinet dimensions are 1992 mm x 1350 mm x 710 mm


and Weight (Height x Width x Depth). Cabinet weight is 650 kg (excluding
storage battery and air conditioner).
Components OUT30 cabinet holds the following components:
„ One air-conditioning module
„ Order wire phone
„ Toolkit
„ External line module
„ One power distributor box
„ One master shelf
„ Two slave shelves
„ One fan tray
„ One blank panel
„ One Environment Power Monitoring (EPM) module
„ One 45 A rectifier
„ Four 100 AH storage batteries
„ Four access control alarms

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Configuration OUT30 cabinet can support 1120 PSTN/POTS subscribers and


560 ADSL subscribers. Figure 2 shows OUT30 cabinet
configuration.

FIGURE 2 – OUT30 CABINET CONFIGURATION

L0 3
Storage ZXMSG 5200 shelf
battery (Height 6U)

L1 4
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
Storage
(Height 6U)
battery

L2
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
Storage (Height 6U)
battery
Fan tray(Height 1U) 5
Blank panel(Height 2U)
EPM plug-in box(Height 1U)
Storage
+ Accumulator - Air conditioner Oil engine AC input Lightning arrester

battery 45A rectifier(Height 4U) Be cautious for


high voltage

Power distributor

1. Air conditioner 2. Order wire phone


3. Toolkit 4. External line module
5. Power distribution box

OUT50 Cabinets
Introduction The OUT50 cabinet holds ZXMSG 5200 system. It is designed for
hard weather conditions where no equipment room is available.
It has an integrated structure and it can be deployed rapidly.
OUT50 cabinets are categorized into two types: OUT50C and
OUT50D. Both cabinets use different types of shelves and cards
but they share the same structure and outline.
Outline Figure 3 shows OUT50 cabinet dimensions.

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FIGURE 3 – OUT50 CABINET DIMENSIONS

ZXA10-OUT50

Figure 4 shows OUT50 cabinet outline.

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FIGURE 4 – OUT50 CABINET OUTLINE

ZX A 10 -O U T50

1. Cabinet 2. Front door


3. Side door 4. Installation base

Dimensions The OUT50 cabinets dimensions are 1100 mm x 750 mm x 430


and Weight mm (Height x Width x Depth). Cabinet weight is 140 kg
(excluding storage battery and AC).
Components OUT50 cabinet holds the following components:
„ Subscriber access module
„ Control and processing module
„ Environment Power Monitoring (EPM) module
„ Test module
„ One 100 AH storage batteries
„ One fan tray
„ One power distribution box
„ One fiber splice tray (optical)
„ One heating module
„ An auxiliary MDF module
Configuration OUT50 cabinets can support 192 PSTN/POTS subscribers and 96
ADSL subscribers. OUT50 cabinets use EMC card for

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environment monitoring. Figure 5 and Figure 6 shows OUT50


cabinet configuration.

FIGURE 5 – OUT50 CABINET CONFIGURATIONS (1)

1. Cabinet top 2. Front door


3. Control shelf internal cable module 4. External cable module
5. Power distribution module 6. Side door
7. One fan tray

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FIGURE 6 – OUT50 CABINET CONFIGURATIONS (2)

1 2 3 4

1. Front door 2. Storage battery cabin cover


3. Storage battery cabin 4. Cabinet

19D06H20 Cabinet
Introduction The 19D06H20 cabinet holds ZXMSG 5200 system. It is an
indoor cabinet. It has an integrated structure and it can be
deployed rapidly.
Outline Figure 7 shows 19D06H20 cabinet outline.

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FIGURE 7 – 19D06H20 CABINET OUTLINE

Assembly Figure 8 shows 19D06H20 cabinet assembly diagram.


Diagram

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FIGURE 8 – 19D06H20 CABINET ASSEMBLY DIAGR AM

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1. Right door 2. Shelf position


3. Side door 4. Left door
5. Caster wheel 6. Top dust hood
7. Left door 8. Upward cabling hole
9. Cable distribution area 10. Right door
11. Side door 12. Shelf position
13. Downward cabling hole 14. Adjustable feet

Dimensions The 19D06H20 cabinet dimensions are 2000 mm x 600 mm x


and Weight 600 mm (Height x Width x Depth). Cabinet weight is 250 kg
(excluding storage battery and AC power components).
Components The 19D06H20 cabinet holds the following components:

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„ One master shelf


„ Four slave shelves
„ One fan tray
„ One power distribution box
„ One 45 A rectifier
„ Three blank panels
Configuration The 19D06H20 cabinet can support 1856 PSTN/POTS subscribers,
240 VoIP ports and 928 ADSL subscribers.
The 19D06H20 cabinet has two configuration modes.
„ It is configured with a 45 A rectifier for AC power supply.
„ It is configured with a power distribution box for DC power
supply.
Figure 9 shows 19D06H20 cabinet configuration with a 45 A
rectifier.

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FIGURE 9 – 19D06H20 CABINET CONFIGURATION WITH A 45 A RECTIFIER

Blank panel(Height 1U)

L0
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L1
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L2
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

Air diversion box(Height 2U)


Fan tray(Height 1U)

L3
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L4
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

Blank panel(Height 2U)


Blank panel(Height 1U)
EPM plug-in box(Height 1U)

45A rectifier(Height 4U)

Figure 10 shows 19D06H20 cabinet configuration with a power


distribution box.

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FIGURE 10 – 19D06H20 CABINET CONFIGURATION WITH A POWER


DISTRIBUTION BOX

Blank panel(Height 1U)


Power distributor(Height 2U)

L0
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L1
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L2
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

Air diversion box(Height 2U)


Fan tray(Height 1U)

L3
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

L4
ZXMSG 5200 shelf
(Height 6U)

Blank panel(Height 1U)


EPM plug-in box(Height 1U)
Blank panel(Height 2U)

Blank panel(Height 2U)

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Chapter 2

Shelves

This chapter covers the following topics:


„ Standard power shelf
„ ONU100 shelf
„ OUT50C shelf
„ OUT50D shelf

Standard Power Shelf


Standard power shelf has two types:
„ Single power standard shelf
„ Dual power standard shelf

Single Power Standard Shelf


Introduction A single power standard shelf is used for indoor standard
cabinets and OUT30 cabinets. The shelf has a simple structure
and consists of the following parts.
„ Front and rear beams
„ Left and right side plates
„ Guide rails
Outline Figure 11 shows single power standard shelf outline.

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FIGURE 11 – SINGLE POWER STAND ARD SHELF OUTLINE

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Dimensions The dimensions of this shelf are 266.5 mm x 482.6 mm x 318.5


mm (Height x Width x Depth).
Configuration This shelf holds total 17 cards. The space between every two
slots is one inch. It holds 2 ICS cards, 2 MPR cards, 10 line cards,
1 TSLC subscriber line test card that is inserted in slot 17 and
one POWER H card. This shelf supports MICS backplane.

Note: If this shelf is not configured with a TSLC card, slot


17 remains empty. No need to replace it with an ALC card or any
other card. MPR and TSLC cards are used in the control shelf
only.

Figure 12 shows single power standard shelf configuration.

FIGURE 12 – SINGLE POWER STAND ARD SHELF CONFIGURATION

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Dual Power Standard Shelf


Introduction A dual power standard shelf is used for indoor standard cabinets
and OUT30 cabinets. The shelf has a simple structure and
consists of the following parts.
„ Front and rear beams
„ Left and right side plates
„ Guide rails
Outline Figure 13 shows dual power standard shelf outline.

FIGURE 13 – DUAL POWER STAND ARD SHELF OUTLINE

1. Aluminum rear beams 2. Guide rail


3. Aluminum front beams 4. Side plates

Dimensions The dimensions of this shelf are 266.5 mm x 482 mm x 318.5


mm (Height x Width x Depth).
Configuration This shelf holds total 17 cards. The space between every two
slots is one inch. It holds 2 ICS cards, 2 MPR cards, 10 line cards,
1 TSLC subscriber line test card that is inserted in slot 16 and 2
POWER K cards. This shelf supports MBSL backplane.

Note: If this shelf is not configured with a TSLC card, slot


16 can hold an ALC card. MPR and TSLC cards are used in the
control shelf only.

Figure 14 shows dual power standard configuration.

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FIGURE 14 – DUAL POWER STAND ARD SHELF CONFIGURATION

ONU100 Shelf
Introduction ONU100 is an outdoor shelf. It is installed on user side. It is
used to connect various users with central office. ONU100 shelf
has two layers: Upper and lower. The upper layer is used for
cards and the lower layer is used for fan.
Outline Figure 15 shows ONU100 shelf outline.

FIGURE 15 – ONU100 SHELF OUTLINE

W ithout front door

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Dimensions The dimensions of this shelf are 427 mm x 218 mm x 420 mm


(Height x Width x Depth).
Configuration This shelf has total 7 card slots. Slots 1 to 4 and 6 can be used
for any type of subscriber line cards. Slot 6 is used for MPR card.
Slot 5 holds any type of control cards like ICS/EICS/GIS. Slot 7
is fixed for a TSLC card. This shelf supports MRSL backplane.

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Note: If this shelf is not configured with a TSLC card, slot


7 remains empty. No need to replace it with any other card.

Figure 16 shows ONU100 shelf configuration.

FIGURE 16 – ONU100 SHELF CONFIGURATION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

LC 1 LC 2 LC 3 LC 4 ICS M PR TSLC

OUT50 Shelf
OUT50 shelf has two types:
„ OUT50C shelf
„ OUT50D shelf

OUT50C Shelf
Introduction OUT50C is an outdoor shelf. It has two layers: The upper layer is
used for cards while the lower layer is used for expansion.
Outline Figure 17 shows OUT50C shelf outline.

FIGURE 17 – OUT50C SHELF OUTLINE

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Dimensions The dimensions of this shelf are 663 mm x 333 mm x 355 mm


(Height x Width x Depth).
Configuration This shelf holds total 10 card slots. It holds 2 ICS cards, 1 MPR
card, 6 subscriber line cards, 2 PPC cards, 2 POWER G cards, 1
EMB card. In case of testing, a TSLC card can be inserted in slot
10. Slot 6 is used for ODTI card. This shelf supports MOCSB
backplane.

Note: If this shelf is not configured with a TSLC card, slot


10 remains empty. No need to replace it with any other card.

Figure 18 shows OUT50C shelf configuration.

FIGURE 18 – OUT50C SHELF CONFIGURATION

OUT50D Shelf
Introduction OUT50D is an outdoor shelf. OUT50D shelf has two layers. The
upper layer is used for cards while the lower layer is used for
shelf expansion.
Outline Figure 19 shows OUT50D shelf outline.

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FIGURE 19 – OUT50D SHELF OUTLINE

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ETH 1 ETH 1

ETH 2 ETH 2

R ST R ST

Dimensions The dimensions of this shelf are 663 mm x 323 mm x 355 mm


(Height x Width x Depth).
Configuration The shelf holds total 8 card slots. It holds 2 ICS cards, 1 MPR
card, 5 subscribers line cards, 1 PPC card, 1 power card, 1 EMC
card. In case of testing, a TSLC card can be inserted slot 8. This
shelf supports MOCSD backplane.

Note: If this shelf is not configured with a TSLC card, slot


8 can hold an ALC card. The maximum limit for narrowband
subscriber cards is six.

Figure 20 shows OUT50D shelf configuration.

FIGURE 20 – OUT50D SHELF CONFIGURATION

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Chapter 3

Cards

This chapter covers the following topics:


„ Control cards
„ VoIP processing cards
„ Subscriber cards
„ Uplink cards
„ Test subscriber line card
„ Environment monitoring cards
„ Power cards
„ Backplane cards
„ Ethernet sub-cards

Control Cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following control cards:
„ Integrated control and switching card (ICS)
„ Enhanced integrated control and switching card (EICS)
„ Giga Ethernet integrated control and switching card (GIS)
„ Giga Ethernet integrated control and switch card simplified
(GISS)
„ CNIC sub-card

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Integrated Control and Switching


Card (ICS)
Introduction ICS monitors and manages other units and cards in system and
implements protocol communication with SoftSwitch (SS). ICS
provides IP network side interfaces and separates the system
internal network from external IP networks. It also separates
H.248 protocol and broadband functions.
ICS card communicates with both central processing units
(CPUs). Master CPU implements call processing, H.248 protocol
processing and Ethernet layer-2 protocol processing. It also
controls TDM switching network and Ethernet switching network.
Slave CPU scans narrowband line cards and subscribers in the
local shelf. It communicates with master CPU by HDB.
Functions The main functions of ICS card include:
„ Management functions and circuit status scanning of
downlink subscriber line cards.
„ Manages telephone call and voice connections.
„ System control and H.248 call process
„ One ICS has 4 E1s interfaces.
„ Extracts 2 K clock signal from uplink E1 as system clock.
Normally, it extracts clock signal from first E1, if first E1
contains some error or fails, then it extracts from second E1.
„ Performs TDM switching, Ethernet switching and network
functions.
„ Expands broadband and narrowband subscriber shelves.
„ Supports active/standby working modes. An active ICS card
supports 4 E1s switching. In normal conditions, active ICS
controls all 12 subscriber cards, standby ICS does not
participate in control.
„ Provides two RS-232 ports. One is connected to environment
power monitoring module for sending its information to NMS
server. The second port is connected to NMS computer for
managing local serial port HyperTerminal.
„ Processes layer-2 Ethernet protocol, and connects with NMS
by using a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port.
Panel Figure 21 shows ICS card.

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FIGURE 21 – ICS CARD

IC S

LEDs Table 4 lists ICS card LEDs.

TABLE 4 – ICS CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
M/S Green ON Card is active.
- OFF Card is standby.
NACT Green Flashing Narrowband service is running normally.
BACT Green Flashing Broadband service is running normally.
DT Green ON 2 Mbps trunk is running normally.
- OFF 2 Mbps trunk is abnormal.
ETH1 Green Flashing Uplink port 1 is running normally.
ETH2 Green Flashing Uplink port 2 is running normally.

Interface ICS card has one fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) port for local
debugging and maintenance. ICS card provides 4 E1s interfaces
and one V5 interface.
Jumpers „ X17 X19, X22 and X26: Determine impedance of eight PCMs.
When no pins are shorted, impedance is 120 ohm.

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„ When pins 1 and 2 are connected, impedance is 75 ohm


(PCM ground is shorted with equipment working ground).
„ When pins 2 and 3 are connected, impedance is 120 ohm
(PCM ground is shorted with equipment protection ground).
Figure 22 shows ICS card jumpers.

FIGURE 22 – ICS CARD JUMPERS

2 1 6 IC S _ 0 4 0 4 0 4
X 1 2 -X 1 5 ,X 1 7 1 2 3 X 15 X 14
X 1 9 ,X 2 2 ,X 2 6
75 ohm
120 ohm X 13 X 12

X6
X 26 X 22 X 19 X 17

X18 X7
X4

X8
S1

X1
X10
Power Card power consumption is 22 W.
Consumption

Note: As card jumper settings depend on card hardware


version, check card hardware version.

Enhanced Integrated Control and


Switching Card (EICS)
Introduction EICS card is the upgrade of ICS. EICS function is the same as
that of ICS. It is the core switching and systematic control card
with 4 E1s. It provides narrowband access service like PSTN and
DDN through V5 Interface. It provides IP network side interface,
Ethernet switching and TDM switching functions by two 8-Mbps
HW.
Functions The main functions of EICS card are:
„ Supports 4 E1 interfaces and FE star cascading between
shelves.
„ Supports 4 K VLANs while ICS only supports 256 VLANS.
All the other functions of EICS and ICS are the same.
Panel Figure 23 shows EICS card.

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FIGURE 23 – EICS CARD

E IC S

R U N
A L M
M /S
N A C T
B A C T
D T
E T H 1
E T H 2

R ST

LEDs Table 5 lists EICS card LEDs.

TABLE 5 – EICS CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
M/S Green ON Card is active.
- OFF Card is standby.
NACT Green Flashing Narrowband service is running normally.
BACT Green Flashing Broadband service is running normally.
DT Green ON 2 Mbps trunk is running normally.
- OFF 2 Mbps trunk is abnormal.
ETH1 Green Flashing Uplink port 1 is running normally.
ETH2 Green Flashing Uplink port 2 is running normally.

Interfaces The card has a RJ-45 port on its front panel for connection to
network management system. This card has another 10/100
Mbps port for NM maintenance.
Jumper „ X17, X19, X22 and X26: Used to determine impedance of
eight PCMs.
„ When no pins are connected, impedance is 120 ohm.
„ When pins 1 and 2 are connected, impedance is 75 ohm
(PCM ground connects with equipment working ground).

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Figure 24 shows EICS card jumpers.

FIGURE 24 – EICS CARD JUMPERS

X26 X22 X19 X17


1 1
1 1

Note: As card jumper settings depend on card hardware


version, check card hardware version.

Giga Ethernet Integrated Control and


Switching Card (GIS)
Introduction Integrated control and switching card GIS is developed on the
basis of EICS card. GIS card supports active/standby working
modes. GIS card supports two central processing units (CPUs).
Functions The main functions of GIS card include:
„ Supports all functions of control switching card ICS/EICS.
„ Provides connections for narrowband switching networks.
„ Processes access network and V5 protocol/H.248 protocol
functions.
„ Collects and switches broadband Ethernet buses.
„ Handles layer-2 protocol functions of Ethernet.
„ Supports 24-port Gigabit Ethernet switching chip to meet
high bandwidth requirements.
„ Supports 4 K VLANs and GE star cascading between shelves.
Panel Figure 25 shows GIS card.

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FIGURE 25 – GIS CARD

G IS

R U N
A L M
M /S
N A C T
B A C T
D T
G E 1
G E 2

R S T

LEDs Table 6 lists GIS card LEDs.

TABLE 6 – GIS CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
M/S Green ON Card is active.
- OFF Card is standby.
NACT Green Flashing Narrowband service is running normally.
BACT Green Flashing Broadband service is running normally.
DT Green ON 2 Mbps trunk is running normally.
- OFF 2 Mbps trunk is abnormal.
GE1 Green Flashing Uplink port 1 is running normally.
GE2 Green Flashing Uplink port 2 is running normally.

Interfaces The card has a RJ-45 port on its front panel for connection to
network management system. This card has another 10/100
Mbps port for NM maintenance.
Power Card power consumption is 25 W.
Consumption

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Giga Ethernet Integrated Control and


Switching Card Simplified (GISS)
Introduction GISS is an upgraded EICS card. GISS is developed on the basis
of EICS card. It uses a powerful Ethernet switching chip.
Functions The main functions of GISS card are:
„ GISS and EICS cards have the same Ethernet switch chip.
Only difference between GISS and EICS is that GISS uses GE
port while EICS uses FE port for Ethernet cascading.
„ GISS card has four GE ports due to the Ethernet switching
chip.
„ When GEIS card is used, GISS provides one GE ports for
uplink and three GE ports for broadband cascading.
„ When GEI card is used, GISS provides two GE ports for
uplink and two GE ports for broadband cascading.
„ GISS supports E1 interfaces and 4 K VLANs.
Panel Figure 26 shows GISS card.

FIGURE 26 – GISS CARD

G IS -S

RUN
ALM
M /S
NACT
BACT
DT
GE
FE

RST

LEDs Table 7 lists GISS card LEDs.

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TABLE 7 – GISS CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
M/S Green ON Card is active.
- OFF Card is standby.
NACT Green Flashing Narrowband service is running normally.
BACT Green Flashing Broadband service is running normally.
DT Green ON 2 Mbps trunk is running normally.
- OFF 2 Mbps trunk is abnormal.
GE Green Flashing Uplink port is running normally.
FE Green Flashing Uplink port is running normally.

Interfaces The card has a RJ-45 port on its front panel for connection to
network management system. This card has another 10/100
Mbps port for NM maintenance.

CNIC Sub-card
Introduction CNIC is an interface sub-card between the ZXMSG 5200 system
and IP network. It is plugged-in ICS/EICS/GIS card to perform
Network Address Translation (NAT).
Functions The main functions of CNIC card are:
„ Distributes received RTP packets to MPR card according to
their RTP number.
„ Changes the RTP packet destination address into a uniform
external IP address of the ZXMSG 5200 system.
„ Provides a port on the IP network side.
„ Separates the internal network from external IP networks. It
provides system and network traffic filter measures.
„ Implements firewall functions through NAT enhancing system
security.

VoIP Processing Cards


ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following VoIP processing cards:
„ MSAG packet processing and resource card (MPR)
„ MSAG packet processing and resource card type B (MPRB)

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„ Sub-cards

MSAG Packet Processing and


Resource Card (MPR)
Introduction MPR card has a built-in DSP resource processing chip that
provides resources such as voice, DTMF detection/occurrence,
tone and voice occurrence, CID receiving/transmitting, and
conference call.
Function The main functions of MPR card include:
„ Converts voice over IP packets.
„ Implements VoIP and fax forwarding function.
„ Provides 120 channels for VoIP processing resources.
„ Each MPR card has 2 GCXM sub-cards.
Panel Figure 27 shows MPR card.

FIGURE 27 – MPR CARD

M PR

RU N

ALM

DSP1

DSP2

RST

LEDs Table 8 lists MPR card LEDs.

TABLE 8 – MPR CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.

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LED Color Status Description


DSP1 Green Flashing DSP1 is working normally.
- - DSP1 is abnormal.
DSP2 Green Flashing DSP2 is working normally.
- - DSP2 is abnormal.

Power Card power consumption is 25 W.


Consumption

Note: MPR card can reside only in slot 11 or 12.

MSAG Packet Processing and


Resource Card Type B (MPRB)
Introduction MPRB card supports load sharing mode and is plugged-in slot 8,
11 or 12. MPRB has a built-in DSP resource processing chip that
provides resources such as voice, DTMF detection/occurrence,
tone and voice occurrence, CID receiving/transmitting, and
conference call.
Function The main functions of MPRB card include:
„ Implements VoIP and fax forwarding function.
„ Provides 240 channels for VoIP processing resources.
„ MPRB card has an external Gigabit Ethernet interface.
Panel Figure 28 shows MPRB card.

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FIGURE 28 – MPRB CARD

MPRB

RUN
ALM
DSP1
DSP2

RST

LEDs Table 9 lists MPRB card LEDs.

TABLE 9 – MPRB CARD LE DS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
DSP1 Green Flashing DSP1 is working normally.
- - DSP1 is abnormal.
DSP2 Green Flashing DSP2 is working normally.
- - DSP2 is abnormal.

Power Card power consumption is 28 W.


Consumption

Sub-cards
MPR card has the following sub-cards:
„ GCXM
„ VOP1 and VOP2

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GCXM

GCXM is MPR sub-card.


Functions The main functions of GCXM card are as follows:
„ Transmits 60-channel of VoIP and facsimiles.
„ Two GCXM cards at most can be inserted on one MPR card.
„ Performs coding/decoding functions and its interface to
system is 8 Mbps HW and PCI bus.
„ Implements Voice over IP function: Voice code and voice
decode (G.711, G.723, G.729, T.38, etc).
„ Implements RTP/IP pack and unpack.

VOP1 and VOP2

VOP1 and VOP2 are sub-cards for MPRB card.


Functions The main functions of VOP1 and VOP2 cards are:
„ VOP1 and VOP2 cards Transmit 240 channels of VoIP and
facsimiles.
„ Maximum limit of VOP1 or VOP2 cards on MPRB card is 1.
„ VOP1 and VOP2 cards implement Voice over IP function:
Voice code and voice decode (G.711, G.723, G.729, T.38,
etc).
„ VOP1 and VOP2 cards implement RTP/IP pack and unpack.

Subscriber Cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following subscriber cards:
„ Analog line card (ALC)
„ Reverse analog line card (RALC)
„ Far-end line card (FLC)
„ Integrated line card (ILC/T)
„ Digital line card (DLC)
„ ADSL subscriber line card (ADLG)
„ Giga backplane interface ADSL subscriber line card (GADL)
„ VDSL digital subscriber line card (VDL/VDSL)
„ SHDSL digital subscriber line card (SDL)
„ ETI card
„ EPON long distance card (EPOL)

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Analog Line Card (ALC)


Introduction ALC provides 32 analog subscriber lines and supports PSTN.
Every standard shelf holds 12 ALC cards.
Functions ALC card has seven basic functions (BORSCHT):
B (Battery): Feed function
O: Over voltage protection in compliance with standard K20 test
conducted by Ministry of Information Industry of China
R: Ringing
S: Supervision of DC operating status of subscriber ports
C: Codec, that is, the CODEC chip implements voice conversion
between analog and digital signals.
H: Hybrid 2/4-wire conversion
T: Test function provides internal and external ports for tests.
Panel Figure 29 shows ALC card.

FIGURE 29 – ALC CARD

A LC

RU N

A LM

H O O K

RST

LEDs Table 10 lists ALC card LEDs.

TABLE 10 – ALC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.

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LED Color Status Description


HOOK Green ON One or more subscribers hook-off.
- OFF Subscribers hook-on.

Technical „ Subscriber supply voltage: -48 V


Specifications
„ Subscriber supply current: 0.02 A
„ Ringing current voltage: 75 V
„ Subscriber lines: 32
„ Card power consumption is 40 W

Reverse Analog Line Card (RALC)


Introduction RALC card provides 32 analog subscriber lines.
Functions RALC has same seven basic functions (BORSCHT) as ALC.
B (Battery): Feed function
O: Over voltage protection in compliance with standard K20 test
conducted by Ministry of Information Industry of China
R: Ringing
S: Supervision of DC operating status of subscriber ports
C: Codec, that is, the CODEC chip implements voice conversion
between analog and digital signals.
H: Hybrid 2/4-wire conversion
T: Test function provides internal and external ports for tests.
RALC reverses all features and functions of ALC.
Panel Figure 30 shows RALC card.

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FIGURE 30 – R ALC C ARD

R A LC

R U N
A LM
H O O K

R ST

LEDs Table 11 lists RALC card LEDs.

TABLE 11 – RALC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
HOOK Green ON One or more subscribers hook-off
- OFF Subscribers hook-on

Far-end Line Card (FLC)


Introduction FLC card supports 16 analog subscriber lines (POTS) and 16 KC/
12 KC pulse charging subscribers.
Functions FLC card has the same seven basic functions (BORSCHT) as ALC.
B (Battery): Feed function
O: Over voltage protection in compliance with standard K20 test
conducted by Ministry of Information Industry of China
R: Ringing
S: Supervision of DC operating status of subscriber ports
C: Codec, that is, the CODEC chip implements voice conversion
between analog and digital signals.
H: Hybrid 2/4-wire conversion

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T: Test function provides internal and external ports for tests.


Panel Figure 31 shows FLC card.

FIGURE 31 – FLC CARD

FLC

RUN
ALM
HOOK

RST

LEDs Table 12 lists FLC card LEDs.

TABLE 12 – FLC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
HOOK Green ON One or more subscribers hook-off
- OFF Subscribers hook-on

Power Supply FLCB uses -48 V or -80 V power supply.

Integrated Line Card (ILC/T)


Introduction ILC/T is a subscriber line card like ALC and ADLG/T card. It has
16 integrated voice data subscriber lines. It follows ADSL
standards as ITU G.992.1 Annex (G.dmt), ITU G.992.2 (G.Lite)
and ANSIT.
Functions The main broadband functions of ILC/T are:

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„ Supports uplink Ethernet mode and provides one 100 Mbps


Ethernet port connected to switching card via backplane or
directly connected to the card panel.
„ Supports a maximum downlink modem rate (ITU G992.1
Annex A) of 8160 K and a maximum uplink modem rate of
32 to 1024 K, where maximum transmission distance is 5 km.
„ Adapts DMT modulation/demodulation to adapt rates. Its
rates are automatically adjusted based on circuit conditions.
The adjustment step is 32 kbps.
„ Supports ADSL over POTS and has a voice data built-in
splitter.
„ Provides an external port to backplane for subscriber circuit
test.
Narrowband part has seven basic BORSCHT functions:
B (Battery): Feed function
O: Over voltage protection in compliance with standard K20 test
conducted by Ministry of Information Industry of China
R: Ringing
S: Supervision of DC operating status of subscriber ports
C: Codec, that is, the CODEC chip implements voice conversion
between analog and digital signals.
H: Hybrid 2/4-wire conversion
T: Test function provides internal and external ports for tests.
Panel Figure 32 shows ILC card.

FIGURE 32 – ILC CARD

ILC

RUN
ALM
HOOK
AL1 AL2
AL3 AL4
AL5 AL6
AL7 AL8
AL9 AL10
AL11 AL12
AL13 AL14
AL15 AL16

RST

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LEDs Table 13 lists ILC card LEDs.

TABLE 13 – ILC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
HOOK Green ON One or more subscribers hook-off.
AL1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
AL2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
AL3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
AL4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
AL5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.
AL6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.
AL7 Green ON Subscriber port 7 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 7 is DOWN.
AL8 Green ON Subscriber port 8 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 8 is DOWN.
AL9 Green ON Subscriber port 9 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 9 is DOWN.
AL10 Green ON Subscriber port 10 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 10 is DOWN.
AL11 Green ON Subscriber port 11 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 11 is DOWN.
AL12 Green ON Subscriber port 12 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 12 is DOWN.
AL13 Green ON Subscriber port 13 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 13 is DOWN.
AL14 Green ON Subscriber port 14 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 14 is DOWN.
AL15 Green ON Subscriber port 15 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 15 is DOWN.

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LED Color Status Description


AL16 Green ON Subscriber port 16 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 16 is DOWN.

Interfaces External interface signals on this card fall into two categories: 1)
signals between card and backplane; 2) panel indicator signals
and Ethernet interface signals.
Power Power consumption is 25 W.
Consumption

Integrated Line Card (ILC2+)


Introduction ILC2+ card integrates major functions of ALC and ADSL2+ and
supports broadband and narrowband functions. Each ILC2+ card
simultaneously provides 16 ADSL2+ subscribers and 16 POTS
subscribers. It has a built-in voice splitter, and offers a line
capture module. It follows ADSL standards as ITU G.992.1
Annex (G.dmt), ITU G.992.2 (G.Lite) and ANSIT.
Functions The broadband functions of ILC2+ card include:
„ Supports uplink Ethernet mode and provides one 100 Mbps
Ethernet port connected to switching card via backplane or
directly connected to the card panel.
„ Supports a maximum downlink modem rate (ITU G992.1
Annex A) of 8160 K and a maximum uplink modem rate of
32 to 1024 K, where maximum transmission distance is 5 km.
„ Adapts DMT modulation/demodulation to adapt rates. Its
rates are automatically adjusted based on circuit conditions.
The adjustment step is 32 kbps.
„ Supports ADSL over POTS and has a voice data built-in
splitter.
„ Provides an external interface to backplane for subscriber
circuit test.
Narrowband part contains seven basic BORSCHT functions:
B (Battery): Feed function
O: Over Voltage Protection in compliance with standard K20 test
conducted by Ministry of Information Industry of China
R: Ringing
S: Supervision of DC operating status of subscriber ports
C: Codec, that is, the CODEC chip implements voice conversion
between analog and digital signals.
H: Hybrid 2/4-wire conversion
T: Test function provides internal and external ports for tests.

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Power Card power consumption is 25 W.


Consumption

Digital Line Card (DLC)


Introduction DLC card provides basic rate ports for 8 ISDN subscribers. DLC
card can be plugged in any subscriber slot. Each DLC card
supports eight subscriber lines. One standard shelf holds 12 DLC
cards and 96 ISDN subscriber lines.
Functions The main functions of DLC card are:
„ Provides 2B+D interface and performs U interface function of
ISDN physical layer, including 2B1Q coding/decoding, 2/4-
wire conversion and echo suppression.
„ Provides self loop detection and over voltage protection.
„ Performs link layer processing for D channel separation
based on I440/I441 protocol.
„ Sends the processed signaling to ICS, and provides
communication with ISDN network layer.
„ Allocates time slots for two B channels based on ICS
instruction.
„ Provides test ports for user test cards.
„ Provides remote power supply via U interface, when local
system fails to provide power supply to Network Terminal1
(NT1).
Figure 33 shows DLC card.
Panel

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FIGURE 33 – DLC CARD

DLCC

RUN
ALM
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8

RST

LEDs Table 14 lists DLC card LEDs.

TABLE 14 – DLC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
U1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
U2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
U3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
U4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
U5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.
U6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.
U7 Green ON Subscriber port 7 is UP.

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LED Color Status Description


- OFF Subscriber port 7 is DOWN.
U8 Green ON Subscriber port 8 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 8 is DOWN.

Technical „ Supply voltage: –59 V DC to –96 V DC


Specifications
„ Subscriber lines: 8
„ Card current: 0.1 A, adding a remote user needs 0.07 A
„ Transmission distance exceeds 5.5 km when 0.4-mm
diameter copper wire is adapted.
„ Static power consumption: 6.5 W, 20 W

ADSL Subscriber Line Card (ADL)


Introduction ADL card implements ADSL subscriber access. It is connected to
other Ethernet switching devices through Ethernet port. It
communicates with main control card through HDLC protocol to
implement related NM functions. It follows ADSL standards as
ITU G.992.1 Annex (G.dmt), ITU G.992.2 (G.Lite).
Functions The main functions of ADL card include:
„ Supports a maximum downlink rate of 8160 kbps and a
maximum uplink rate of 1024 kbps. Its maximum
transmission distance is 5 km.
„ Supports ADSL over POTS mode. It has 16 built-in splitters
to separate voice from data.
„ Supports uplink Ethernet mode and provides one 100 Mbps
Ethernet port connected to the switching card via backplane
or directly connected to the panel.
„ Supports communication with HDB protocol of
EICS/ICS/GISS card.
„ Provides 16 ADSL ports and supports ATM mode.
Panel Figure 34 shows ADL card.

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FIGURE 34 – ADL CARD

ADL

LEDs Table 15 lists ADL card LEDs.

TABLE 15 – ADL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ETH Green Flashing Uplink interface is working normally.
AL1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
AL2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
AL3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
AL4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
AL5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.
AL6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.

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LED Color Status Description


AL7 Green ON Subscriber port 7 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 7 is DOWN.
AL8 Green ON Subscriber port 8 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 8 is DOWN.
AL9 Green ON Subscriber port 9 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 9 is DOWN.
AL10 Green ON Subscriber port 10 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 10 is DOWN.
AL11 Green ON Subscriber port 11 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 11 is DOWN.
AL12 Green ON Subscriber port 12 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 12 is DOWN.
AL13 Green ON Subscriber port 13 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 13 is DOWN.
AL14 Green ON Subscriber port 14 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 14 is DOWN.
AL15 Green ON Subscriber port 15 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 15 is DOWN.
AL16 Green ON Subscriber port 16 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 16 is DOWN.

Power Card power consumption: 22 W


Consumption

Giga Backplane Interface ADSL


Subscriber Line Card (GADL)
Introduction GADL card implements ADSL subscriber access. GADL card is
connected to other Ethernet switching devices through an
Ethernet interface. It has one FE or GE port for broadband
services. It follows G.dmt and G.Lite standards.
Functions The main functions of ADLG and GADL are the same except that
GADL is a gigabit control distribution card.
„ GADL card is connected to other Ethernet switching devices
through Ethernet interface.
„ Communicates with main control card through HDB protocol
to implement related NM functions.
„ Provides 16-channel ADSL interface to implement ATM cell
access.

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„ Contains a built-in 16-channel splitter.


Panel Figure 35 shows GADL card.

FIGURE 35 – G ADL C ARD

G A D L

R U N
A L M
A C T

R S T

LEDs Table 16 lists GADL card LEDs.

TABLE 16 – GADL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ACT Green Flashing Link is UP.

VDSL Subscriber Line Card (VDL/


VDSL)
Introduction VDL is a VDSL subscriber line card. It provides 8 VDSL
subscriber lines.
Functions The main functions of VDL card include:
„ Performs conversion from VDSL interface to Ethernet
interface.
„ VDL has a maximum downlink rate of 52 Mbps and a
maximum uplink rate of 26 Mbps.

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„ Completes VLAN and multicast functions by using Ethernet


L2 switching functions.
„ VDL card has a 100 Mbps Ethernet uplink interface that is
connected to 100 Mbps Ethernet interface of ICS.
„ Connects Ethernet frame information to main control card or
upper layer system via an Ethernet controller.
Panel Figure 36 shows VDL card.

FIGURE 36 – VDL CARD

VDL

LEDs Table 17 lists VDL card LEDs.

TABLE 17 – VDL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
VL1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
VL2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.

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LED Color Status Description


- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
VL3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
VL4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
VL5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.
VL6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.
VL7 Green ON Subscriber port 7 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 7 is DOWN.
VL8 Green ON Subscriber port 8 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 8 is DOWN.

Interfaces VDL provides eight VDSL interfaces and connects to backplane


via two 96-pin European connectors.
Power Card power consumption is 15 W.
Consumption

SHDSL Subscriber Line Card (SDL)


Introduction SDL is a SHDSL subscriber line card. It provides 16 SHDSL
connections.
Panel Figure 37 shows SDL card.

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FIGURE 37 – SDL CARD

SDL

RUN
ALM
HOOK
AL1 AL2
AL3 AL4
AL5 AL6
AL7 AL8
AL9 AL10
AL11 AL12
AL13 AL14
AL15 AL16

RST

LEDs Table 18 lists SDL card LEDs.

TABLE 18 – SDL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
HOOK Green ON One or more subscribers hook off.
- OFF Subscribers hook on.
AL1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
AL2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
AL3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
AL4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
AL5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.

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LED Color Status Description


AL6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.
AL7 Green ON Subscriber port 7 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 7 is DOWN.
AL8 Green ON Subscriber port 8 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 8 is DOWN.
AL9 Green ON Subscriber port 9 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 9 is DOWN.
AL10 Green ON Subscriber port 10 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 10 is DOWN.
AL11 Green ON Subscriber port 11 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 11 is DOWN.
AL12 Green ON Subscriber port 12 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 12 is DOWN.
AL13 Green ON Subscriber port 13 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 13 is DOWN.
AL14 Green ON Subscriber port 14 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 14 is DOWN.
AL15 Green ON Subscriber port 15 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 15 is DOWN.
AL16 Green ON Subscriber port 16 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 16 is DOWN.

Technical „ Modulation mode: TCP-PAM


Specifications
„ Card power consumption is 20 W.

ETI Card
Introduction ETI card is an Ethernet transform card, which provides functions
of layer-2 switching. ETI card supports six ports of both
electrical and optical.
Functions ETI card functions are as follows:
„ Performs Ethernet connectivity and electricity connectivity.
„ Performs Ethernet layer 2 switching functions.
„ Supports cascading or uplink.
„ Adapts an HDB protocol.

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Panel Figure 38 shows ETI card.

FIGURE 38 – ETI CARD

ETI

LEDs Table 19 lists ETI card LEDs.

TABLE 19 – ETI CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ACT1 Green ON Subscriber port 1 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 1 is DOWN.
ACT2 Green ON Subscriber port 2 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 2 is DOWN.
ACT3 Green ON Subscriber port 3 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 3 is DOWN.
ACT4 Green ON Subscriber port 4 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 4 is DOWN.
ACT5 Green ON Subscriber port 5 is UP.
- OFF Subscriber port 5 is DOWN.
ACT6 Green ON Subscriber port 6 is UP.

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LED Color Status Description


- OFF Subscriber port 6 is DOWN.

Interfaces ETI card provides six Ethernet ports (optical/electrical) for


cascading or uplink connection and two 100 Mbps electrical ports
connecting to ICS through backplane. ETI card uses two 96-pin
European connectors to connect to backplane.
Power Card power consumption is 4 W.
Consumption

EPON Long Distance Card (EPOL)


Introduction EPOL card provides OLT side related functions. It can also be
used as uplink card. It supports 802.3 standards. It provides
downstream data transfer from OLT to ONU in physical
broadcast method and for upstream data transfer it uses TDMA
method. EPOL has 1 PON port. The downstream and upstream
rate is 1.25 Gbps.
Panel Figure 39 shows EPOL card.

FIGURE 39 – EPOL CARD

E PO L

R U N
A LM
A C T

R ST

LEDs Table 20 lists EPOL card LEDs.

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TABLE 20 – EPOL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ACT Green ON Fiber is connected. Link is UP.
- OFF Link is DOWN.
Green Flashing Data flow is normal.

GAGL Card
Introduction The GAGL card is ADSL2+ Digital Subscriber card. It supports
ADSL subscriber access and connects to the Ethernet switch. It
follows ADSL standards, such as ITU G.992.1 Annex (G.DMT),
ITU G.992.2 (G.LITE), ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2), ITU G.992.4
(Splitter less ADSL2) and ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+).
Function The main functions of GAGL card are:
„ It supports a maximum downlink rate of 24 Mbps and a
maximum uplink rate of 2.3 Mbps.
„ It communicates with the main control card via HDLC,
performing the relevant network management functions.
„ It supports 32-route ADSL2+ interfaces as ATM mode.
Panel Figure 40 shows GAGL card.

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FIGURE 40 – G AGL CARD

GAGL

RUN
ALM
ACT

RST

LEDs Table 21 lists GAGL card LEDs.

TABLE 21 – GAGL CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ACT Green Flashing Link is UP.

Uplink Cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following uplink cards:
„ ETI Card
„ EPON long distance card (EPOL)
„ Ethernet transform card (ETC)
„ Giga Ethernet transform card (GETC)
„ Octal digital trunk interface card (ODTI)
„ ATI Card

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ETI Card
Refer to ETI Card for description.

EPON Long Distance Card (EPOL)


Refer to EPON Long Distance Card (EPOL) for description.

Ethernet Transform Card (ETC)


Introduction ETC card supports Ethernet ports on backplane. Regarding MICS
backplane, when ETC is plugged-in slot 5 to slot 8, it provides 2
FE ports. When plugged-in slot 1, slot 4, slot 9 and slot 12, it
provides one FE port.
Regarding MIGS backplane, when ETC is plugged-in slot 5 and
slot 6, it provides 2 FE ports. When plugged-in slot 1, slot 4, slot
7 and slot 12, it provides one FE port.
Panel Figure 41 shows ETC card.

FIGURE 41 – ETC CARD

ETC

ETH

ETH1
RST

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Giga Ethernet Transform Card


(GETC)
Introduction GETC is an uplink card that supports Ethernet port on backplane.
When GETC plugged-in slot 5 and slot 6 it supports two electrical
ports. When plugged-in slot 1, slot 4, slot 7 and slot 12, it
supports one electrical port.
Panel Figure 42 shows GETC card.

FIGURE 42 – GETC CARD

GETC

RUN
ALM

GE1

GE2

RST

LEDs Table 22 lists GETC card LEDs.

TABLE 22 – GETC CARD LE DS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.

Octal Digital Trunk Interface Card


(ODTI)
Introduction ODTI card is octal digital trunk interface card. It is plugged in
slot 8 (LC6).

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Functions The main functions of ODTI card include:


„ Multiplexes/demultiplexes 64 kbps traffic signals and two
8192 kbps signals according to PCM time division
multiplexing principles.
„ Controls HDB protocol.
„ Performs conversion between 8 Mbps HW and 8 E1 signals.
Panel Figure 43 shows ODTI card.

FIGURE 43 – ODTI CARD

ODT

LEDs Table 23 lists ODTI card LEDs.

TABLE 23 – ODTI CARD LE DS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
DT1 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT2 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT3 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT4 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT5 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT6 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.
DT7 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.

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LED Color Status Description


DT8 Green Flashing Data is flowing through this port.

Interfaces Two types of E1 interfaces are available: 75-ohm and 120-ohm.


The jumper determines interface mode.
Power Power consumption is 7 W.
Consumption

ATI Card
Introduction ATI provides a 155 Mbps ATM optical port for uplink connection.
It can be plugged-in any subscriber slot. ATI card is connected
with backplane through two 96-core connectors.
Functions The main functions of ATI card include:
„ Completes conversion between ATM cells and Ethernet switch.
„ ATI card is connected with ICS card.
„ Exchanges inter-card control information with ICS through
HDB protocol based on 2 Mbps timeslots.
Panel Figure 44 shows ATI card.

FIGURE 44 – ATI CARD

ATI

LEDs Table 24 lists ATI card LEDs.

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TABLE 24 – ATI CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
ACT Green ON Service is running normally.
- OFF Service is abnormal.

GETI Card
Introduction GETI is an uplink card that supports Ethernet switch function. It
provides Ethernet electrical interface and optical interface for
subscriber access. GETI Ethernet interface cascade function can
build up different topology structures of Ethernet network. This
can improve the system integrated access capability.
Panel Figure 45 shows GETI card.

FIGURE 45 – GETI CARD

GETI

RUN
ALM
FE1
FE2
FE3
FE4

FE1

FE2

FE3

FE4
RST

Interface GETI card has:


„ 4 FE interfaces. There are two configuration types: 4
electrical interfaces or 4 optic interfaces.

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„ The backplane holds 1 x GE unicast+1 x GE multicast (the


main control card is GISR, GIS).
LEDs Table 25 lists GETI card LEDs.

TABLE 25 – GETI CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
Link1/ACT1 - ON Link is normal, but no data
communication.
- OFF No signal link
- Flashing Link and data communication is
normal.
Link2/ACT2 - ON Link is normal, but no data
communication.
- OFF No signal link
- Flashing Link and data communication is
normal.
Link3/ACT3 - ON Link is normal, but no data
communication.
- OFF No signal link
- Flashing Link and data communication is
normal.
Link4/ACT4 - ON Link is normal, but no data
communication.
- OFF No signal link
- Flashing Link and data communication is
normal.

Test Subscriber Line Card


(TSLC)
Introduction TSLC card is used to test subscriber external and internal lines.
TSLC card is also used to test subscriber telephone line functions.
Functions TSLC card functions are as follows:
„ External line test: It measures insulation resistance, AC/DC
voltage, capacitances, and DC loop resistance between A and
B, between A and ground, and between B and ground of
subscriber circuit external lines.

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„ Internal line test: It measures output voltage and frequency


of ringing current, detects signal tone, tests equipment pulse
number receiving and DTMF number receiving functions, and
checks dialing tone.
„ Subscriber telephone function test: It tests telephone dialing
tone, DTMF signal, user supply voltage and its polarity.
„ Interception function

Note: TSLC card can be inserted in slot 17 only.

Panel Figure 46 shows TSLC card.

FIGURE 46 – TSLC CARD

TSLC

RUN

ALM

TEST

RST

LEDs Table 26 lists TSLC card LEDs.

TABLE 26 – TSLC CARD LE DS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
TEST Green Flashing Test is ON.

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Interfaces TSLC tests subscriber lines at multiple layers of subscriber units.


Test buses of these subscriber units must be interconnected
through an interface on the backplane.
Technical „ Supported subscriber units: 20
Specifications
„ Card current: 0.06 A
„ Card power consumption is 5 W.

Environment Monitoring
Cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following environment monitoring
cards:
„ Environment power control card (EPC)
„ EMB card

Environment Power Control Card


(EPC)
Introduction EPC card provides environment monitoring parameters such as
temperature, humidity, smoke, dust, fog and moist. EPC is
mainly used to collect environment and power data from
external interface. EPC card also detects equipment related to
output control, and reports the local alarm data and real-time
data simultaneously. This card is used in standard shelf.
Panel Figure 47 shows EPC card.

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FIGURE 47 – EPC CARD

EPC

R
U
N
O
T
H
S
M
K
H
U
M
F
L
O
W
D
O
O
R
T
E
M
P
P
O
W
R
R
S
T

LEDs Table 27 lists EPC card LEDs.

TABLE 27 – EPC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
OTH Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
SMK Red ON Smoke is detected.
- OFF No smoke.
HUM Red ON Humidity has exceeded the threshold
limits.
- OFF Humidity is within the limits.
FLOW Red ON Water level is above the limit.
- OFF Water is below the limit.
DOOR Red ON Door is open.
- OFF Door is close.
TEMP Red ON Temperature has exceeded the threshold
limits.
- OFF Temperature is within the limits.
POWR Red ON Power supply is normal.
- OFF Power supply is abnormal.

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Power Card power consumption is 24 W.


Consumption

EMB Card
EMB card has same functions as EPC card, the only difference is
that this card is used in OUT50C/D shelves.

Power Cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following power cards:
„ POWER H
„ POWER K
„ POWER G
„ PPC

POWER H Card
Introduction POWER H supplies secondary power and ringing current for all
subscriber shelves.
Functions The main functions of POWER H card are:
„ Converts +48 V DC power to 24 V or 12 V AC power
according to different cards requirements.
„ Provides assistance for other power cards at all layers.
„ Supplies four types of voltages: +5 V, -5 V, -48 V and 75 V
AC ringing current.
Panel Figure 48 shows POWER H card.

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FIGURE 48 – POWER H CARD

POWERH

ALM
-48V
RING
+5V
+5VJ
-5V

严禁
带电插拔

LEDs Table 28 lists POWER H card LEDs.

TABLE 28 – POWER H CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
-48V Green ON -48 V supply is normal.
- OFF -48 V supply is abnormal.
RING Green ON Card is working normally.
+5V Green ON +5 V supply is normal.
- OFF +5 V supply is abnormal.
+5VJ Green ON +5 VJ supply is normal.
- OFF +5 VJ supply is abnormal.
-5V Green ON -5 V supply is normal.
- OFF -5 V supply is abnormal.

Input Table 29 lists card input characteristics.


Characteristics

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TABLE 29 – CARD INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

Name Value
Input nominal voltage -48 V
Input voltage range -60 V DC ~ -38 V DC
Maximum input wave peak value 250 mV

Output Table 30 lists power output characteristics.


Characteristics
TABLE 30 – CARD OUTPUT CHAR ACTERISTICS

Name Value
Output voltage +5 VA(D) -5 VA -48 V
Nominal value (V) +5 -5 -48
Stability (%) 0.5 0.5
Maximum working current (A) 30 5 15
Maximum peak voltage (MPV) 100 100
Ringing output 75 ± 15 V AC, 400
MA
Distortion < 5%, 25 Hz ± 2
Hz
Output voltage in case of Less than nominal
overload ± 5%.
Overshoot value of output Less than nominal
voltage ± 2%
Card circuit 0.2 A

Ringing current module handles ringing current. RINGA provides


ringing for backplane at local layer, and RINGB is connected to a
9-core socket (AMP9) on backplane to connect to ringing
interconnection line.

POWER K Card
Introduction POWER K provides power and support hot backup in OUT30 and
OUT50C shelves.
Functions The main functions of POWER K card are:
„ POWER H and POWER K cards function is same except
POWER K card is used for hot backup and is small in size.
„ Supplies secondary power and ringing current for subscriber
layer.
„ Supplies four types of voltages: +5 V, -5 V, -48 V and 75 V
AC ringing current.

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Panel Figure 49 shows POWER K card.

FIGURE 49 – POWER K CARD

LEDs Table 31 lists POWER K card LEDs.

TABLE 31 – POWER K CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
-48V Green ON -48 V supply is normal.
- OFF -48 V supply is abnormal.
RING Green ON Card is working normally.
+5V Green ON +5 V supply is normal.
- OFF +5 V supply is abnormal.
+5VJ Green ON +5 VJ supply is normal.
- OFF +5 VJ supply is abnormal.
-5V Green ON -5 V supply is normal.
- OFF -5 V supply is abnormal.

POWER G Card
Introduction POWER H supplies secondary power and ringing current for all
subscriber shelves.
Functions The main functions of POWER G card are:

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„ POWER G card has the same functions as those of other


power cards, but POWER G card is different from the others
in height and width.
„ Provides assistance for other power cards at all layers.
Panel Figure 50 shows POWER G card.

FIGURE 50 – POWER G CARD

POWER G

OFF
ON

ALM
-48V
RING
+5V
+5VJ
-5V

LEDs Table 32 lists POWER G card LEDs.

TABLE 32 – POWER G CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
-48V Green ON -48 V supply is normal.
- OFF -48 V supply is abnormal.
RING Green ON Card is working normally.
+5V Green ON +5 V supply is normal.
- OFF +5 V supply is abnormal.
+5VJ Green ON +5 VJ supply is normal.
- OFF +5 VJ supply is abnormal.
-5V Green ON -5 V supply is normal.
- OFF -5 V supply is abnormal.

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PPC Power Card


Introduction PPC is a primary power supply card for OUT50 shelves power
supply. OUT50 shelves hold two PPC power cards: One is active,
other is for hot backup.
Function The main functions of PPC power card are:
„ PPC power card converts AC power supply to DC power
supply.
„ At the same time PPC power card controls storage batteries
by EPM to supply sufficient power.
Panel Figure 51 and Figure 52 shows PPC card.

FIGURE 51 – PPC CARD

PPC

OFF
ON

RUN
ALM

EQUAL
FLOAT

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FIGURE 52 – PPC CARD DIMENSIONS

PPC

ON

OFF

RUN

ALM

EQUAL

FLOAT

LEDs Table 33 lists PPC card LEDs.

TABLE 33 – PPC CARD LEDS

LED Color Status Description


RUN Green Flashing Card is running normally.
ALM Red ON Card is faulty.
- OFF Card is normal.
EQUAL Green ON Batteries are charging in EQUAL mode.
- OFF Batteries are not charging in this mode.
FLOAT Green ON Batteries are charging in FLOAT mode.
- OFF Batteries are not charging in this mode.

Backplanes
Different backplanes are designed for different shelves. Table 34
lists shelves and related backplanes.

TABLE 34 – SHELVES AND RELATED B ACKPLANES

Shelf Backplanes
Single power standard shelf MICS

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Shelf Backplanes
Dual power standard Shelf MBSL
ONU100 shelf MRSL
OUT50C shelf MOCSB
OUT50D shelf MOCSD

MICS Backplane
Introduction MICS backplane supports power connection between backplanes.
MICS is suitable for standard 19-inch cabinets. MICS is
connected to -48 V power supply trough 6 core power cables. It
holds two 9-core cable connections. MICS size is 440 mm x 258
mm.
Panel Figure 53 shows MICS backplane.

FIGURE 53 – MICS BACKPLANE X29

IN-48V

IN-48V
+5VD +5VD RING2
+5VD -5VA +5VD

+5VD -48V RING

X34

X30
X33

RING CTL

POWER_ERR
ON/OFF

X41
X39
X36

X32

X40

TSLC

TSLC
PWRU

PWRU

abc
30

25

20

15

10

1
X31
SLC1U

cba
30
25
10

15

20
1

5
X35
SLC2U

SLC2U
SLC3U

SLC3U
SLC4U

SLC4U
SLC5U

SLC5U
SLC6U

SLC6U
R

X90
1

1 5 10 1 5 10
A
ICS1

B
C
D
E
R

X91
1

1 5 10
A
ICS2

B
C
D
E
8K

OFF MASTER
ON SLAVE
BITS-2M

4 3 2 1
S1
S1 BIT1
X92
X56

ON
GND
SLC7U

SLC7U
SLC8U

SLC8U
SLC9U

SLC9U
216MICS_031101
SLC10U

SLC10U
SLC11U

SLC11U
SLC12U
SLC12U
TSLCU

TSLCU

Interfaces Table 35 lists MICS backplane interfaces.

TABLE 35 – MICS BACKPLANE INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X32 RJ-11 connector Power source control

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S.N. Description Usage


PWRD 3 x 8 socket Ring current mutual assistance
(9, 16) connector
X39 RJ-11 connector Power source warning
X40, RJ-11 connector 112 Test interlocks
X41
X29 6-cores power plug -48 V power in
X33 9-cores power plug 2 shelf mutual assistance power line
X31 RS-232 interface Operation, maintenance and
debugging
X35 RS-232 interface Connection to CSV or EPM
S1 Position switch Active/standby shelf switching
X90 Interface Reserved for 8 E1s of ODTI and IST
X91 Interface 8 E1s of 2 ICS

MBSL Backplane
Introduction MBSL backplane functions and interfaces are the same as those
of MICS backplane. Only difference is that MBSL has X111
backup power input interface that is not available in MICS. It
supports dual power supply cards. MBSL backplane size is 440
mm x 258 mm.
Panel Figure 54 shows MBSL backplane.

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FIGURE 54 – MBSL BACKPLANE

IN-48V1

IN-48V1
X29
X39
X32

X41
X40
X36

POWER_ERR
RING CTL

ON/OFF

TSLC

TSLC

X30
X34
PWR1U

PWR1D

abc
X1

X2

30

25

20

15

10

1
SLC1D
SLC1U

cba
X4
X3

10

15

20

25

30
1

5
X31
SLC2U
X5

X35
SLC3U

SLC3D
X7

X8
SLC4U

SLC4D
X10
X9
SLC5U

SLC5D
X11

X12
SLC6U

SLC6D
X13

X14
R
T

X90
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1 5 10 1 5 10
A
ICS1

B
C
D
E
R
T

X91
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1 5 10
A
ICS2

B
C
D
E
8K

OFF MASTER
ON SLAVE
BITS-2M

1 2 3 4
S1
S1 BIT1
X92
X56

ON
GND
SLC7U

SLC7D
X15

X16
SLC8U

SLC8D
X17

X18
SLC9U

SLC9D
X19

X20
SLC10U

SLC10D
X21

X22
SLC11U

SLC11D
X23

X24
216MBSL_041100

SLC12D
SLC12U

X26
X25

X111

IN-48V2

IN-48V2
+5VD +5VD RING2
+5VD -5VA +5VD

+5VD -48V RING


X33

X112

X113
PWR2U

PWR2D
X27

X28

Interfaces Table 36 lists MBSL backplane interfaces.

TABLE 36 – MBSL BACKPLANE INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X32 RJ-11 connector Power source control
PWRD 3 x 8 socket Ring current mutual assistance
(9, 16) connector
X39 RJ-11 connector Power source warning
X40, RJ-11 connector 112 Test interlocks
X41
X29 6-cores power plug -48 V power in
X33 9-cores power plug 2 shelf mutual assistance power line
X31 RS-232 interface Operation, maintenance and
debugging
X35 RS-232 interface It is connected to CSV or EPM
S1 Position switch Active/standby shelf switching
X90 Interface Reserved for the 8 E1s of ODTI and
IST

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S.N. Description Usage


X91 Interface 8 E1s of 2 ICS

MRSL Backplane
Introduction MRSL function is to connect different cards of the ZXMSG 5200
system. MRSL height is 6U. It has two layers: The upper 3U
layer holds control and line cards; the lower 3U layer holds
power cards. MRSL backplane size is 300 mm x 189 mm.
Panel Figure 55 shows MRSL backplane.

FIGURE 55 – MRSL BACKPLANE

216M R SL_040900
X 27 X 15 X 13 X 11 X9 X7
TSLCC X 56 SLC 5U IC S 1 SLC4U SLC 3U SLC 2U SLC1U

B IT S -2 M
X 92 1 R 1 R
T T
2 2
GND
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
S 1 B IT 1 7 7
O N SLA V E
O FF M A STER 8 8
1 2 3 4

ON
S1
X91 X 90

X 35 X 31

X 28 X 16 X 14 X 12 X 10 X8
TSLCC SLC 5D SLC4D SLC 3D SLC1D
1
5
10
1
5
10
E
D
C
B
A

Interfaces Table 37 shows MRSL backplane interfaces.

TABLE 37 – MRSL BACKPLANE INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X31 RS-232 Operation, maintenance and debugging
interface
X35 RS-232 It is connected to CSV or EPM
interface
X56 Coaxial Interface of 2MHz Bits clock for backup
interface
X91 Interface It is connected with 8 pairs of uplink EI
provided by 2 ICS cards. The last pair can be
used for NM channel.

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MOCSB Backplane
Introduction MOCSB backplane function is to connect different cards of the
ZXMSG 5200 system. It supports two layers of OUT50C shelf.
MOCSB backplane size is 562.5 mm x 260 mm.
MOCSB height is 12U with two layers. The upper 6U layer holds
2 PPC cards, 2 POWER G cards and 1 EMB card. The lower 3U
layer holds 2 ICS cards, 6 subscriber line cards and 1 TSLC card
that is inserted in slot 17.
Panel Figure 56 shows MOCSB backplane.

FIGURE 56 – MOCSB BACKPLANE

X7 X5 X3
C SVU PW R 2U PW R 1U

X 32

X 29
X2 X1
PPC 2 PPC 1
X8 X6 X4
C SVD PW R 2D PW R 1D
30
X 64

30 25

25 20

20 15

15 10 X 30

-48V O U T
10 5
X 31
5 1
-48V O U T
562.5

1 abc

abc

X 27 X25 X 19 X17 X15 X13 X11 X9


T SL C U A LC 7U X21 IC S2 ICS1 A L C6U A LC 5U A LC 4U A LC 3U AL C 2U A L C1U

R B ITS -2M 1 R R
PO TS
T X48 T T 1-8
2
3X 8
3
T TL -2M DSL
4 1-8
5
PO TS
6 9-16
S1 BIT 1
O N SL A VE 7 3X 8
O F F M A ST ER
S1 8
1 2 3 4
ON

X49

X33

SB 42 SB41

X 28 X26 X 20 X18 X16 X14 X 12 X10


T SLC D A LC 7D A L C6D A LC 5D A LC 4D A LC 3D A LC 2D A LC 1D

10

PO TS
15
1

17-24
3X8
5

20
X104
10

PO TS
25-32 25
1

3X 8
5

D SL 30
9-16
X110

X105
10

10
E
D
C
B
A

E
D
C
B
A

cba
SB 44

260

Interfaces Table 38 lists MOCSB backplane interfaces.

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TABLE 38 – MOCSB BACKPLANE INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X29 6-cores power DC power output power supply
plug
X64 6-cores power DC power output power supply
plug
X32 RS-232 port Operation, maintenance and debugging

S1 Position switch Active/ standby shelf switching


X49 Socket 8 E1s of 2 ICS
X48 Two pins plug DLC U to extract clock

X30 Two pins plug -48 V power output power supply

X31 Two pins plug -48 V power output power supply

Note: X30 and X31 are reserved for future use.

MOCSD Backplane
Introduction MOCSD backplane function is to connect different cards of the
ZXMSG 5200 system. It supports two layers of OUT50D shelf.
MOCSB backplane size is 562.5 mm x 210 mm.
MOCSB height is 12U with two layers. The upper 6U layer is
holds PPC card, 1 POWER H card and 1 EMB card. The lower 3U
layer holds 2 ICS cards, 6 subscriber line cards and 1 TSLC that
is only inserted in slot 17.
Panel Figure 57 shows MOCSD backplane.

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FIGURE 57 – MOCSD BACKPLANE

X9 X7 X5 X3
EM BU LC 10U LC 9U PW RU

PO TS
1 -8
3X8
D SL
1 -8
PO TS
9 -1 6
3X8

X 32

X 29
X1
PPC
X 10 X8 X6 X4
EM BD LC 10D LC 9D PW RD
30
X 64

30 25

25 20

20 15
PO TS
1 7 -2 4
3X8 15 10 X 30

-4 8 V O U T
10 5
PO TS X 31
2 5 -3 2
3X 8 1
5
D SL -4 8 V O U T
9 -1 6 a b c
562.5

a b c

X 27 X 25 X 19 X 17 X 15 X 13
LC 8U L C 7U X 21 IC S 2 IC S 1 LC 6U LC 5U LC 4U LC 3U

R B IT S -2 M 1 R 1 R PO TS
T X 48 T T 1 -8
2 2
3X 8
3 3
T T L -2 M D SL
4 4 1 -8
5 5
PO TS
6 6 9 -1 6
S1 B IT 1
ON SLA VE 7 7 3X 8
OFF M ASTER
S1 8 8
1 2 3 4
ON

X 49 X 90

X 33

SB 40 SB 41

X 28 X 26 X 20 X 18 X 16 X 14
LC 8D LC 7D LC 6D LC 5D LC 4D LC 3D

10

POTS
15
1

1 7 -2 4
3X 8
5

20
X104
10

POTS
2 5 -3 2
1

25
3X8
5

D SL 30
9 -1 6
X110

X105
10

10
E
D
C
B
A

E
D
C
B
A

c b a
SB 42

210

Interfaces Table 39 lists MOCSD backplane interfaces.

TABLE 39 – MOCSD BACKPLANE INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X29 6-cores power Main input connection
source plug
X64 6-cores power Main input connection or connects
source plug storage batteries
X32 RS-232 port Operation, maintenance and debugging

S1 Position switch Active/ standby shelf switching


X90 Interface Reserved for IST E1
X49 Socket 8 E1s of 2 ICS
X48 Two pins plug DLC U to extract clock

X30 Two pins plug -48 V power source output power supply

X31 Two pins plug -48 V power source output power supply

Note: X30 and X31 are reserved for future use.

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Ethernet Sub-cards
ZXMSG 5200 (V2.0.2) has the following Ethernet sub-cards:
„ Ethernet uplink interface card (EUX)
„ Ethernet uplink card - fiber mode (FEI)
„ Giga Ethernet uplink card - fiber mode (GEUF)
„ Giga Ethernet uplink card - TX mode (GEUT)
„ Giga Ethernet interface card - simplified (GEIS)
„ Slave casing uplink interface card (SUPI)
„ Giga Ethernet interface card (GEI)

Ethernet Uplink Interface Card (EUX)


Introduction EUX is an Ethernet interface sub-card with two FE electrical ports.
It provides two 100BaseTX ports in conformity with IEEE 802.3
standards. It also provides 4 FE cascading ports that are used
for control unit and broadband services of multiple subscriber
units. Each control unit or subscriber unit is configured with one
EUX card.
Functions The main functions of EUX card are:
„ Provides two FE electrical ports for broadband uplink.
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides 4 FE ports for broadband cascading.
Panel Figure 58 shows EUX card.

FIGURE 58 – EUX CARD

X5 X6

X4

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Interfaces EUX card has two 100BaseTX ports (X5 and X6) for broadband
uplink and X4 port for cascading. Connect broadband and narrow
band cascade cables to X4 port. The cascade cable has a 5 x 4
plug. The first 5 x 4 plug is inserted in X4 port, starting from the
third row from the top. The space between the 5 x 4 plugs must
be two rows. At most four 5 x 4 plugs can be inserted in X4
interface.

Ethernet Uplink Card - Fiber mode


(FEI)
Introduction FEI is an Ethernet interface sub-card. It exists in main control
shelf. It has two FE optical ports. Each control unit or user unit is
configured with one FEI card to provide two uplink FE optical
ports and 4 FE cascading ports together with ICS/EICS cards.
Functions The main functions of FEI card are:
„ Provides two uplink FE optical ports.
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides 4 FE ports for broadband cascading.
Panel Figure 59 shows FEI card.

FIGURE 59 – FEI CARD

X5 X6

X4

X3
216FEI_051001

X2 X1

Interfaces FEI card has:


„ Two Ethernet X5 and X6 ports for broadband services.

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„ One X4 port for cascading.

Giga Ethernet Uplink Card - Fiber


Mode (GEUF)
Introduction GEUF card is an Ethernet interface sub-card. Each control unit or
user unit is configured with one GEUF card to provide 1 GE
optical port and 1 FE and 4 FE cascading ports together with the
ICS and EICS cards.
Functions The main functions of GEUF card are:
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides four Ethernet ports for broadband cascading.
„ Provides one GE optical port and one FE electrical port for
broadband uplink.
Panel Figure 60 shows GEUF card.

FIGURE 60 – GEUF CARD

X5

X6 X4
135
71651GEUF_050100

X3

X2 X1

60

Interfaces GEUF card has:


„ One X4 port for cascading.
„ X5 and X6 ports for broadband uplink.

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Giga Ethernet Uplink Card - TX


Mode (GEUT)
Introduction GEUT card is an Ethernet interface sub-card. Each control unit or
user unit is configured with one GEUF card.
Functions The main functions of GEUT card are:
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides four Ethernet ports for broadband cascading.
„ Provides one GE electrical port for broadband uplink.
Panel Figure 61 shows GEUT card.

FIGURE 61 – GEUT CARD

X5

X4
135
71651GEUT_040400

X3

X2 X1

60

Interfaces GEUT card has:


„ X4 port for cascading.
„ X5 port for broadband uplink.

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Giga Ethernet Interface Card -


Simplified (GEIS)
Introduction GEIS provides broadband and narrowband services. It also
provides cascading between shelves.
Functions The main functions of GEIS card are:
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides three GE ports for broadband cascading.
„ Provides one GE optical port and one FE electrical port for
broadband uplink.
Panel Figure 62 shows GEIS card.

FIGURE 62 – GEIS CARD

X5

X6

X4

X3

X2 X1

216GEIS_050700

Interfaces GEIS card has:


„ One X4 port for cascading.
„ X5 and X6 interfaces for broadband uplink.

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Slave Casing Uplink Interface Card


(SUPI)
Introduction SUPI is an Ethernet interface sub-card, which is inserted in the
main control shelf.
Functions The main functions of SUPI card are:
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides four GE/FE ports for broadband cascading.
Panel Figure 63 shows SUPI card.

FIGURE 63 – SUPI CARD

X4

X3
216SUPI_050800

X2 X1

Interfaces SUPI card has one X4 port for cascading.

Giga Ethernet Interface Card (GEI)


Introduction GEI is an Ethernet interface sub-card. It has 2 FE and 2 GE
optical ports. Each control unit or user unit is configured with
one GEI card to provide uplink interfaces of 2 GE, 2 FE and 4 FE
and work together with GIS card.
Functions The main functions of GEI card are:
„ Provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ Provides two GE ports for broadband cascading.
„ Provides two GE optical ports and two FE electrical ports for
broadband uplink.
Panel Figure 64 shows GEI card.

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FIGURE 64 – GEI CARD

112.1

X8 X7

X5 X6

X4

135
X3

216GEI_050801
X2 X1

60

Interfaces „ X5, X6, X7, X8 ports for broadband uplink.


„ X4 port for cascading

IEBC card
Introduction IEBC is an Ethernet interface sub-card. It has 2 GE optical
interfaces. Each control unit or user unit is configured with one
IEBC card to provide uplink interfaces of 2 GE.
Functions The main functions of IEBC card are:
„ It provides four 8 Mbps HW LVDS for narrowband cascading.
„ It provides two GE interfaces for broadband cascading.
„ It provides two GE optical interfaces for broadband uplink.
Panel Figure 65 shows IEBC card.

FIGURE 65 – IEBC CARD

IEBC
1

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Front Access Structure

This chapter covers the following topics:


„ Shelf Structure
„ Card Configuration
„ Backplane
„ Front Access Cards

Shelf Structure
The shelf dimensions are 339 mm x 482 mm x 318 mm (Height
x Width x Depth). This shelf consists of two layers. The upper
layer is fixed for cards while the lower layer is used for front
access cards. The front access card holds interfaces for
subscriber cable, cascade cable, monitor cable and maintenance
cable.
Figure 66 shows the shelf dimensions.

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FIGURE 66 – SHELF DIMENSIONS

ALC ALC ALC DLCA DLCA IST 1A ICS ICS ALC ALC ADL ADL IMAE HDB

R
U
N

R
U
N

R
U
N

R
U
N

R
U
N
RUN RUN

A
L
M

A
L
M

A
L
M

A
L
M

A
L
M
ALM ALM

H
O
O
K

H
O
O
K

H
O
O
K

H
O
O
K

H
O
O
K
U1 U1

U2 U2

U3 U3

U4 U4

U5 U5

U6 U6

U7 U7

U8 U8

R
S
T

R
S
T

R
S
T

R
S
T

R
S
T
RST RST

PEB SEB SEB SEB SEB SEB SEB IEBA IEBB SEB SEB SEB SEB EPEB ISEB PEB
1

1 1
2
1

2 2

3 3 3

4 2 4

5 3 5

Card Configuration
Overall configuration is shown in Figure 67. MPSL is the
backplane used for front access shelf.

FIGURE 67 – OVERALL CONFIGURATION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
POWER K

POWER K
TSLC
MPR

MPR

EPC
ALC

ALC

ALC

ADL

ADL

ADL

ADL

ADL
ICS

ICS

EPEB
IEBA

IEBB
PEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

SEB

PEB

The height of shelf is 9 U. The upper 6 U is for power, subscriber,


control, MPR and test cards. The lower 3 U is used for the front
access cards, which mainly includes Power Extension Card (PEB),
ICS Extension Card (IEB) and Subscriber Extension Card (SEB).

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Figure 67 shows the master shelf configuration. For slave shelf,


it does not need to configure EPC card and MPR card.

Table 40 lists the relationship between upper layer cards and


front access cards.

TABLE 40 – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UPPER LAYER CARDS AND FRONT


ACCESS CARDS

Card Extension Card


ALC, ADL subscriber card SEB
ICS (No.9 slot) IEBA
ICS (No.10 slot) IEBB
EPC EPEB
POWER K PEB

Backplane
Introduction MPSL is the backplane of front access shelf. Its main function is
to connect the system card for normal running of the equipment.
Dimensions The MPLS backplane are 440 mm x 392.5 mm. Figure 68 shows
MPSL backplane.

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FIGURE 68 – MPSL BACKPLANE

392.5
216MPSL_050401

440

Table 41 lists the MPSL interfaces.

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TABLE 41 – MPSL INTERFACES

S.N. Description Usage


X31 RS-232 Operation, maintenance and debugging
interface
X35 RS-232 It is connected to CSV or EPM
interface
X56 Coaxial Interface of 2MHz Bits clock for backup
interface
S1 DIP switch It is used for master and slave shelf
configuration
X90 Interface It is preserved for E1
X91 Interface It is connected with 8 pairs of uplink EI
provided by 2 ICS cards. The last pair can be
used for NM channel.
X92 2-pin plug Socket of DLC U interface
socket

Front Access Cards


Front access cards mainly include Power Extension Card (PEB),
ICS Extension Card (IEB) and Subscriber Extension Card (SEB).

Power Extension Card (PEB)


Introduction PEB is the extension card for the power card. It is plugged-in the
slot under POWER K card.
Panel Figure 69 shows PEB card.

FIGURE 69 – PEB CARD

PEB

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Interface Table 42 lists the PEB interface functions.

TABLE 42 – PEB INTERFACE FUNCTIONS

Interface Description
1 Three-core power socket
POWER K control interface. This interface can be
2
connected to EPC or EPM card.
POWER K detection interface. It is connected to EPC or
3
EPM card.
4 Interconnection test interface
5 Interconnection test interface

ICS Extension Card (IEBA)


Introduction IEBA is the extension card for ICS card. It is plugged-in the slot
under ICS card.
Panel Figure 70 shows IEBA card.

FIGURE 70 – IEBA CARD

IEBA

Interface Table 43 lists the IEBA interface functions.

TABLE 43 – IEBA INTERFACES FUNCTION

Interface Description
1 68-core socket, E1 cable interface
2 RJ-45 interface. Interface for debugging cable.
RJ-45 interface. Interface for monitoring cable
3
connected to EPC or EPM card.

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ICS Extension Card (IEBB)


Introduction IEBB is the extension card for ICS card. It is plugged-in the slot
under backup ICS card. IEBB card has two types: one provides
two FE electrical interfaces and the other one provides one FE
electrical interface and one GE optical interface.
Panel Figure 71 shows IEBB card with two FE electrical interfaces.

FIGURE 71 – IEBB CARD WITH TWO FE ELECTRICAL INTERFACES

IEBB
1

Figure 72 shows IEBB card with one FE electric interface and one
GE optical interface.

FIGURE 72 – IEBB CARD WITH ONE FE ELECTRIC INTERFACE AND ONE GE


OPTICAL INTERFACE

IEBB
1

Interface Table 44 lists the IEBB interface functions.

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TABLE 44 – IEBB INTERFACE FUNCTIONS

Interface Description
Uplink interface (GE optical interface or FE electric
1
interface)
2 Uplink interface (FE electrical interface)
3 DB-50 cascade socket, which supports 3 slave frames

Jumper
For FE+FE uplink mode, short circuit pin 1 and 2 of X7 jumper, 2
and 3 of X8 and X9 jumper.
For FE+GE uplink mode, short circuit pin 1 and 2 of X7 and X9
jumper, 2 and 3 of X8 jumper.
Figure 73 shows the jumper positioning on IEBB card.

FIGURE 73 – JUMPER POSITIONING ON IEBB CARD

216IEBB_050501 X9 X8 X7
X4 1 1 1

X5
X2
X1

X3

Subscriber Extension Card (SEB)


Introduction SEB is the extension card for subscriber card. It is plugged-in
slot under subscriber card. The front panel has the interface to
connect the subscriber cable.
Panel Figure 74 shows SEB card.

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FIGURE 74 – SEB CARD

SEB

EPC Extension Card (EPEB)


Introduction EPEB is the extension card for EPC card. It is plugged-in the slot
under EPC card. The front panel has the interface to connect the
monitoring cable.
Panel Figure 75 shows EPEB card.

FIGURE 75 – EPEB CARD

EPEB

PAUN Card
Introduction It is 32-route splitter card with a 3 U height. It is plugged-in the
slot under splitter card.

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Panel Figure 76 shows PAUN card.

F I G U R E 7 6 – P AU N C A R D

PAUN

POTS

LINE

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Abbreviations

Abbreviation Full Name


ADL ADSL Digital Subscriber Line Card
ADSL Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line
ALC Analog Line Card
AN Access Network
CO Central Office
CPE Customer Premises Equipment
DLC Digital Line Circuit
DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
EICS Enhanced Integrated Control and Switching Card
EPC Environment Power Control Card
EPM Environment Power Monitoring
EPON Ethernet Passive Optical Network
ETC Ethernet Transform Card
EUX Ethernet Uplink Interface Card
FDM Frequency Division Multiplexing
FEI Ethernet Uplink Card-Fiber Mode
FLC Far-end Line Card
GADL Giga Backplane Interface ADSL Subscriber Line card
GEI Giga Ethernet Interface Card
GEIS Giga Ethernet Interface Card-Simplified
GETC Giga Ethernet Transform Card
GEUF Giga Ethernet Uplink Card-Fiber Mode
GEUT Giga Ethernet Uplink Card-TX Mode
GIS Giga Ethernet Integrated Control & Switching Card
GISS Giga Ethernet Integrated Control & Switch Card -
Simplified
HDSL High-speed Digital Subscriber Line
HW High Way
ICS Integrated Control and Switching Card
ILC Integrated Line Card

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Abbreviation Full Name


ISDN Integrated Service Digital Network
MPR MSAG Packet Processing & Resource Card
MPRB MSAG Packet Processing & Resource Card Type B
MSAN Multi-Service Access Network
NE Network Element
NGN Next Generation Network
ODT Octal Digital Trunk
ODTI Octal Digital Trunk Interface Card
ONU Optical Network Unit
PRI Primary Rate Interface
PSPDN Packet Switched Public Data Network
PSTN Public Switch Telephone Network
QoS Quality of Service
RALC Reverse Analog Line Card
RTP Real-time Transport Protocol
SDL SHDSL Digital Subscriber Line Card
SHDSL Single-Pair High Digital Subscriber Line
SLC Subscriber Line Circuit
SS SoftSwitch
SUPI Slave Casing Uplink Interface Card
TSLC Test Subscriber Line Card
VDL VDSL Digital Subscriber Line Card
VDSL Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line

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Figures

Figure 1 – OUT30 Cabinet Outline .........................................2


Figure 2 – OUT30 Cabinet Configuration ................................3
Figure 3 – OUT50 Cabinet Dimensions ...................................4
Figure 4 – OUT50 Cabinet Outline .........................................5
Figure 5 – OUT50 Cabinet Configurations (1)..........................6
Figure 6 – OUT50 Cabinet Configurations (2)..........................7
Figure 7 – 19D06H20 Cabinet Outline....................................8
Figure 8 – 19D06H20 Cabinet Assembly Diagram ....................9
Figure 9 – 19D06H20 Cabinet Configuration With A 45 A Rectifier
..................................................................................... 11
Figure 10 – 19D06H20 Cabinet Configuration With A Power
Distribution Box ............................................................... 12
Figure 11 – Single Power Standard Shelf Outline ................... 14
Figure 12 – Single Power Standard Shelf Configuration .......... 14
Figure 13 – Dual Power Standard Shelf Outline ..................... 15
Figure 14 – Dual Power Standard Shelf Configuration ............ 16
Figure 15 – ONU100 Shelf Outline....................................... 16
Figure 16 – ONU100 Shelf Configuration .............................. 17
Figure 17 – OUT50C Shelf Outline ....................................... 17
Figure 18 – OUT50C Shelf Configuration .............................. 18
Figure 19 – OUT50D Shelf Outline....................................... 19
Figure 20 – OUT50D Shelf Configuration .............................. 19
Figure 21 – ICS Card ........................................................ 23
Figure 22 – ICS Card Jumpers ............................................ 24
Figure 23 – EICS Card....................................................... 25
Figure 24 – EICS Card Jumpers .......................................... 26
Figure 25 – GIS Card ........................................................ 27
Figure 26 – GISS Card ...................................................... 28
Figure 27 – MPR Card ....................................................... 30
Figure 28 – MPRB Card...................................................... 32
Figure 29 – ALC Card ........................................................ 34

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Figure 30 – RALC Card ...................................................... 36


Figure 31 – FLC Card ........................................................ 37
Figure 32 – ILC Card......................................................... 38
Figure 33 – DLC Card........................................................ 42
Figure 34 – ADL Card........................................................ 44
Figure 35 – GADL Card...................................................... 46
Figure 36 – VDL Card........................................................ 47
Figure 37 – SDL Card........................................................ 49
Figure 38 – ETI Card......................................................... 51
Figure 39 – EPOL Card ...................................................... 52
Figure 40 – GAGL Card...................................................... 54
Figure 41 – ETC Card ........................................................ 55
Figure 42 – GETC Card ...................................................... 56
Figure 43 – ODTI Card ...................................................... 57
Figure 44 – ATI Card......................................................... 58
Figure 45 – GETI Card....................................................... 59
Figure 46 – TSLC Card ...................................................... 61
Figure 47 – EPC Card ........................................................ 63
Figure 48 – POWER H Card ................................................ 65
Figure 49 – POWER K Card ................................................ 67
Figure 50 – POWER G Card ................................................ 68
Figure 51 – PPC Card ........................................................ 69
Figure 52 – PPC Card Dimensions ....................................... 70
Figure 53 – MICS Backplane .............................................. 71
Figure 54 – MBSL Backplane .............................................. 73
Figure 55 – MRSL Backplane .............................................. 74
Figure 56 – MOCSB Backplane............................................ 75
Figure 57 – MOCSD Backplane ........................................... 77
Figure 58 – EUX Card........................................................ 78
Figure 59 – FEI Card ......................................................... 79
Figure 60 – GEUF Card ...................................................... 80
Figure 61 – GEUT Card...................................................... 81
Figure 62 – GEIS Card ...................................................... 82
Figure 63 – SUPI Card....................................................... 83
Figure 64 – GEI Card ........................................................ 84
Figure 65 – IEBC Card....................................................... 84

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Figures

Figure 66 – Shelf Dimensions ............................................. 86


Figure 67 – Overall Configuration........................................ 86
Figure 68 – MPSL Backplane .............................................. 88
Figure 69 – PEB Card ........................................................ 89
Figure 70 – IEBA Card....................................................... 90
Figure 71 – IEBB Card with Two FE Electrical Interfaces ......... 91
Figure 72 – IEBB Card with One FE Electric Interface And One
GE Optical Interface.......................................................... 91
Figure 73 – Jumper Positioning on IEBB Card ....................... 92
Figure 74 – SEB Card ........................................................ 93
Figure 75 – EPEB Card ...................................................... 93
Figure 76 – PAUN Card...................................................... 94

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Tables

Table 1 – Chapter Summary .................................................i


Table 2 – Typographical Conventions.................................... iii
Table 3 – Mouse Operation Conventions ............................... iii
Table 4 – ICS Card LEDs.................................................... 23
Table 5 – EICS Card LEDs .................................................. 25
Table 6 – GIS Card LEDs ................................................... 27
Table 7 – GISS Card LEDs ................................................. 29
Table 8 – MPR Card LEDs................................................... 30
Table 9 – MPRB Card LEDs................................................. 32
Table 10 – ALC Card LEDs ................................................. 34
Table 11 – RALC Card LEDs................................................ 36
Table 12 – FLC Card LEDs.................................................. 37
Table 13 – ILC Card LEDs .................................................. 39
Table 14 – DLC Card LEDs ................................................. 42
Table 15 – ADL Card LEDs ................................................. 44
Table 16 – GADL Card LEDs ............................................... 46
Table 17 – VDL Card LEDs ................................................. 47
Table 18 – SDL Card LEDs ................................................. 49
Table 19 – ETI Card LEDs .................................................. 51
Table 20 – EPOL Card LEDs................................................ 53
Table 21 – GAGL Card LEDs ............................................... 54
Table 22 – GETC Card LEDs ............................................... 56
Table 23 – ODTI Card LEDs................................................ 57
Table 24 – ATI Card LEDs .................................................. 59
Table 25 – GETI Card LEDs ................................................ 60
Table 26 – TSLC Card LEDs................................................ 61
Table 27 – EPC Card LEDs ................................................. 63
Table 28 – POWER H Card LEDs.......................................... 65
Table 29 – Card Input Characteristics .................................. 66

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Table 30 – Card Output Characteristics................................ 66


Table 31 – POWER K Card LEDs.......................................... 67
Table 32 – POWER G Card LEDs ......................................... 68
Table 33 – PPC Card LEDs ................................................. 70
Table 34 – Shelves And Related Backplanes ......................... 70
Table 35 – MICS Backplane Interfaces ................................. 71
Table 36 – MBSL Backplane Interfaces ................................ 73
Table 37 – MRSL Backplane Interfaces ................................ 74
Table 38 – MOCSB Backplane Interfaces .............................. 76
Table 39 – MOCSD Backplane Interfaces.............................. 77
Table 40 – Relationship Between Upper Layer Cards and Front
Access Cards ................................................................... 87
Table 41 – MPSL Interfaces................................................ 89
Table 42 – PEB Interface Functions ..................................... 90
Table 43 – IEBA Interfaces Function.................................... 90
Table 44 – IEBB Interface Functions.................................... 92

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Index

19D06H20 Cabinet ................7 ICS Extension Card ............. 90


ADSL Subscriber Line Card Integrated Control and
(ADLG/T) ....................... 43 Switching Card (ICS) ....... 22
Analog Line Card (ALC) ........ 34 Integrated Line Card (ILC/T) 37
ATI Card ............................ 58 Integrated Line Card (ILC2+) 40
Backplane Cards ................. 70 Introduction ......................... 1
CNIC Sub-card.................... 29 MBSL Backplane ................. 72
Control Cards ..................... 21 MICS Backplane.................. 71
Digital Line Card (DLC) ........ 41 MOCSB Backplane............... 75
Dual Power Standard Shelf ... 15 MOCSD Backplane .............. 76
EMB Card........................... 64 MRSL Backplane ................. 74
Enhanced Integrated Control MSAG Packet Processing and
and Switching Card (EICS) 24 Resource Card (MPR) ....... 30
Environment Monitoring Cards MSAG Packet Processing and
.................................... 62 Resource Card Type B (MPRB)
Environment Power Control .................................... 31
Card (EPC) ..................... 62 Octal Digital Trunk Interface
EPON Long Distance Card Card (ODTI) ................... 56
(EPOL) ..................... 52, 55 ONU100 Shelf .................... 16
Ethernet Sub-cards ............. 78 OUT30 Cabinet ..................... 1
Ethernet Transform Card (ETC) OUT50 Cabinets.................... 3
.................................... 55 OUT50 Shelf ...................... 17
Ethernet Uplink Card-Fiber OUT50C Shelf..................... 17
mode (FEI) ..................... 79 OUT50D Shelf .................... 18
Ethernet Uplink Interface Card Power Cards....................... 64
(EUX) ............................ 78 Power Extension Card.......... 89
ETI Card ...................... 50, 55 POWER G Card ................... 67
Far-end Line Card (FLC) ....... 36 POWER H Card ................... 64
GCXM................................ 33 PPC Power Card .................. 69
Giga Backplane Interface ADSL Reverse Analog Line Card
Subscriber Line Card (GADL) (RALC) .......................... 35
.................................... 45 SHDSL Subscriber Line Card
Giga Ethernet Integrated (SDL) ............................ 48
Control & Switch Card Single Power Standard Shelf. 13
Simplified (GISS) ............ 28 Slave Casing Uplink Interface
Giga Ethernet Integrated Card (SUPI).................... 83
Control and Switching Card Standard Power Shelf .......... 13
(GIS)............................. 26 Sub-cards .......................... 32
Giga Ethernet Interface Card Subscriber Cards ................ 33
(GEI) ............................. 83 Subscriber Extension Card ... 92
Giga Ethernet Interface Card- Test Subscriber Line Card
Simplified (GEIS)............. 82 (TSLC)........................... 60
Giga Ethernet Transform Card Uplink Cards ...................... 54
(GETC) .......................... 56 VDSL Subscriber Line Card
Giga Ethernet Uplink Card-Fiber (VDL/ VDSL)................... 46
mode (GEUF) .................. 80 VOIP Processing Cards......... 29
Giga Ethernet Uplink Card-TX VOP1 and VOP2 .................. 33
mode (GEUT).................. 81

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