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AVIAT WTM 6000 OVERVIEW

ALL-IP LONG HAUL TRUNKING


W I R E L E S S T R A N S M I S S I O N P L AT F O R M

NOVEMBER 21, 2012


Long Haul Wireless Transmission or ‘Trunking’

• Wireless remains the only medium


to enable many operators to deploy
nation-wide networks
• Provides backbone network where
fiber is not available, too expensive,
or not secure
• Spans difficult terrain over long
distances in challenging
environments

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Wireless Trunking Features

• High capacity
• Multi-gigabit throughput
• Reliable
• Paths can be engineered for 99.999% availability
• Long distance
• A single link can span 100 miles, even over water.
Chains of links can cover thousands of miles
across a continent
• Fast to deploy
• A national backbone network can be established
in less than a year
• Common infrastructure
• Shares the same towers as GSM/3G/WiMAX
networks

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New Generation Trunking Platform – Aviat WTM 6000

• Long Haul, high performance N+1/N+0 native IP


packet transport
• 4 Gbit/s or more of aggregate Ethernet throughput
• 4 to 13 GHz ITU-R long haul frequency bands
• Market leading rack density with 16 channels/rack
• XPIC/CCDP Frequency reuse
• Hybrid Ethernet/IP and/or TDM/STM-1/STM-4
operation
• Ultra-reliable, scalable and upgradeable
• Low-risk, cost effective migration path from TDM/SDH
to Hybrid, to all-IP

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All-IP Trunking Solution
• First trunking radio with advanced
16 slots for TRMD blades
Packet transport features
• Gigabit Ethernet switch card (GE-
SW) 16 slots for GE-ADPT cards
• Ethernet Link Aggregation enables and/or STM-1 cards
multiple RF channel bonding onto
2 slots for AUX cards
a single Gigabit Ethernet port
• Priority Assignment (QoS)
2 slots for GE-SW cards
• Scheduler and Jumbo Frame
• VLAN support per port 2 slots for Connection
• STP/RSTP (IEEE 802.1w) 1 x SV card cards
for BB-INTF redundancy
• Flow Control Support (1 card supports up to 8 *
• Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) BB-INTF pairs)
* Availability of BB-INTF redundancy is
WTM6000 later than GA2.

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Designed for Maximum Trunking Performance

• Designed for highest level of performance and


protection, not adapted from a split-mount
product
• Dual plane propagation and equipment
protection architecture
• Wide ATPC dynamic range (Manual TPC
available)
• In-Phase (IP) combiner type Space Diversity
w/Automatic Static and Dynamic DADE
• Errorless/hitless N+1 Radio protection switching
(RPS) for carrier grade transmission

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Industry's highest rack density

• 16 radio channels in a single sub-rack


• Support for M+0, N+1 Terminal or Repeater and
(M+1/N+1) Terminal, ACAP/ACCP/CCDP
• Purpose-designed for all indoor installation
trunking applications
• Other competing radios are adapted from
access-type split-mount designs
• No cable interconnections between baseband,
transceiver modules and branching unit
• Very low power consumption

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Adaptive Modulation

• WTM 6000 introduces 256QAM


Adaptive Modulation (AM) on a
trunking radio for the first time
• Dynamically varies link modulation
depending upon path conditions
• Allows use of 256QAM for higher
throughput, with little degradation
of path performance or length
• Reduces costs - smaller antennas,
less tower loading

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Throughput Performance Per RF Channel

Channel Size “Airlink” Capacity Maximum Layer 1 Throughput


Per RF channel, @ 256QAM per RF channel, @ 256QAM
(All frame sizes) Plus IFG & Preamble
Suppression
(64 byte frame sizes)

28/30 MHz 178 Mbit/s 216 Mbit/s

40 MHz 238 Mbit/s 289 Mbit/s

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High System Gain for Longer Paths

• Superior System Gain for exceptional System


Availability
• +33 dBm @ 64 QAM
• +32 dBm @ 128 QAM
• Low Noise Figure receiver
• Low loss RF branching filters
• Convenient Cable-less interconnect between
BRU and TRDMs
• Lower cost antenna system

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Hybrid Mixed-Mode Transport

• STM-1/STM-4 TDM mixed-mode operation alongside Gigabit Ethernet


• Native TDM – no circuit emulation, no extra latency or overheads
• Electrical/optical STM-1 and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces available in the same rack
• Convenient migration path from TDM/SDH to all-IP

All TDM/SDH Hybrid SDH+Ethernet All Ethernet/IP

BRU block BRU block BRU block

TRMD block TRMD block TRMD block

BB-INTF BB-INTF BB-INTF


GE-CH
slot slot slot
STM-1 STM-1
GE-SW GE-SW

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GE-SW “Port” Protection in a card, 1 or 2 per shelf
GE-ADPT

GE-ADPT
x8 • GE-SW card supports 2 types of port protection

... 1. L2LA: Using Layer 2 Link Aggregation function


inside GE-SW
• When Port 1 fails, Port 2 can handle the packet data
Radio GE-SW
to/from 8 x GE-ADAPT cards (Up to 1 x 1GbE)

• Note: Both of Port 1 & 2 are in normal state, the total


throughput of line side is up to 2 x 1GbE.
Line
Port 1

Port 2

2. L2LA: Spanning Tree Protocol, STP/RSTP

• GE-SW always selects Port 1 or Port 2 to handle the


packet data to/from 8 x GE-ADAPT cards. The total
throughput of line side is up to 1 x 1GbE, in this case.
Port b
Port a

• Selection from above two types is an user


Other equipment connected configurable parameter on GE-SW
to WTM 6000

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Network Management

• Fully supported by full-featured Provision®


Network Management platform
• Full management feature set for lower
OpEx
• Traffic performance of every hop can be
monitored, per RF channel
• Simplified on-site test and maintenance
• Event Management - alarms and status

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Reduce Capital and Operational Costs

• High degree of modularity allows easy expansion


• Superior technical specifications: optimized native IP
Ethernet packet traffic, mixed-mode STM-1
• All-indoor chassis simplifies installation, maintenance,
growth
• Industry Leading Capacity-per-Rack minimizes shelter
cost
• Easy installation and Commissioning minimizes field
costs
• Simplified Branching Unit (BRU) to minimize expansion
cost.

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Aviat WTM 6000 Summary

• Delivering multi-gigabit native


Ethernet and hybrid transport over
long distances, with exceptional
reliability and availability
• Compact design fits more RF
channels into a single rack than
ever before, with room to spare
• Ease of use and efficient design
ensure trouble free operation

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