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OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform V100R006C01 Product Description Issue 03 Date

OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform

V100R006C01

Product Description

Issue

03

Date

2012-03-29

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Transport Platform V100R006C01 Product Description Issue 03 Date 2012-03-29 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

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Related Versions

The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name

Version

OptiX OSN 8800 T64

V100R006C01

OptiX OSN 8800 T32

V100R006C01

iManager U2000

V100R005C00

iManager U2000 Web LCT

V100R005C00

Intended Audience

This document describes the orientation, technical features, functions, software and hardware structure, and technical specifications of the product in addition to the compliance standards.

This document is intended for:

l

Network Planning Engineer

l

Data Configuration Engineer

l

System Maintenance Engineer

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

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DANG ER

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W ARNINGIndicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided,

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GUI Conventions

The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are in boldface. For example, click OK.

>

Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Change History

Updates between document issues are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document issue contains all updates made in previous issues.

Updates in Issue 03 (2012-03-29) Based on Product Version

V100R006C01

This issue is the third official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C01. Compared with the second official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

4.1 System

System Architecture is modified.

Architecture

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Update

Description

2.3.1

Service

Types of Access Services is modified.

Types

Whole manual

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 02 (2011-10-31) Based on Product Version

V100R006C01

This issue is the second official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C01. Compared with the first official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

4.1

System

System Architecture is modified.

Architecture

5.4

Protection

Equipment Level Protection is modified.

5.7

OTN

l

ODUflex is modified.

Technologies

l

Mapping and Multiplexing is added.

Whole manual

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 01 (2011-07-30) Based on Product Version

V100R006C01

This issue is the first official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C01. Compared with OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C00, OptiX OSN 8800 V100R006C01 provides the following updates.

Update

Description

1 Overview

Overview is added.

4.2.1

Cabinet

Cabinet is modified.

5.7

OTN

Added the descriptions of ODUflex and OTN Technologies.

Technologies

4.2.4.1 Function

Added the descriptions of TN13OAU101, TN13OAU103, TN13OAU105, TN11LOA, TN53NS2, TN53ND2, TN53NQ2, TN55TQX, TN53TDX, TN12D40, TN12M40, TN12M40V, TN55NPO2E, TNK4SXM, TNK4SXH, TNK4XCT boards.

Boards

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Update

Description

9

Technical

Added the descriptions of TN13OAU101, TN13OAU103, TN13OAU105, TN11LOA, TN53NS2, TN53ND2, TN53NQ2, TN55TQX, TN53TDX, TN12D40, TN12M40, TN12M40V, TN55NPO2E, TNK4SXM, TNK4SXH, TNK4XCT boards.

Specifications

Whole manual

The structure of the contents is adjusted.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 03 (2011-09-15) Based on Product Version

V100R006C00

This issue is the third official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C00. Compared with the second official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

4.2.1 Cabinet

Cabinet is modified.

Introduction

Introduction to PID IPA is added.

Whole manual

The structure of the contents is adjusted.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 02 (2011-04-15) Based on Product Version

V100R006C00

This issue is the second official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C00. Compared with the first official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

4.2.4.1

Function

Added the descriptions of SXH, THA and TOA boards.

Boards

4.2.4.3

Tributary

Added the descriptions of TN53TQX, TN54THA and TN54TOA boards.

Board

9

Technical

Added the descriptions of TNKS2XH, TN12OBU1P1, TN53TQX, TN54THA and TN54TOA boards.

Specifications

NE Type and Signal Flow

6

Modified the typical configuration according to the principle of the separated optical and electrical subracks.

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Update

Description

B Power Consumption, Weight, and Valid Slots of Boards

Added the descriptions of TNKS2XH, TN12OBU1P1, TN54TOA, TN54THA and TN53TQX boards.

Whole manual

Deleted the descriptions of TN11BMD4, TN11BMD8, TN12PTQX, TN12ELQX boards.

Some bugs in the manual of the previous version are fixed.

Updates in Issue 01 (2010-12-31) Based on Product Version

V100R006C00

This issue is the first official release for OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R006C00. Compared with OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 V100R005C00, OptiX OSN 8800 V100R006C00 provides the following updates.

Update

Description

UPM

Added the descriptions of UPM.

DC Power

Added the descriptions of TN16PDU.

Distribution Box

4.2.4.1 Function

Added the descriptions of TN11DAS1, TN11LSQ and TN11WSMD9 boards.

Boards

9 Technical

Added the specifications of TN11DAS1, TN11LSQ and TN11WSMD9 boards.

Specifications

Updates in Issue 04 (2011-08-30) Based on Product Version

V100R005C00

This issue is the fourth official release for OptiX OSN 8800 V100R005C00. Compared with the third official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

5.8.3 Nominal Central Wavelengths of the CWDM System

Changed the number of CWDM wavelengths from 16 to 8.

OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

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Updates in Issue 03 (2011-05-25) Based on Product Version

V100R005C00

This issue is the third official release for OptiX OSN 8800 V100R005C00. Compared with the second official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

4.2.4.1

Function Boards

Deleted the descriptions of TN12PTQX, TN12ELQX, TN11BMD4 and TN11BMD8 boards.

9

Technical Specifications

Deleted the specifications of TN12PTQX, TN12ELQX, TN11BMD4 and TN11BMD8 boards.

B Power Consumption, Weight, and Valid Slots of Boards

Deleted the power consumption of TN12PTQX, TN12ELQX, TN11BMD4 and TN11BMD8 boards. Added the power consumption of TN52XCM02 board.

Updates in Issue 02 (2010-11-20) Based on Product Version

V100R005C00

This issue is the second official release for OptiX OSN 8800 V100R005C00. Compared with the first official release, the manual of this issue provides the following updates.

Update

Description

5.12

Network

Deleted the descriptions of MDS 6630.

Management Tools and Protocols

5.13

License Control

Deleted the descriptions of version license.

8.7 Master-Slave

Modified the descriptions of master-slave subrack.

Subrack

Management

4.2.4.1

Function

Deleted the descriptions of TN13LSXL board.

Boards

9

Technical

Deleted the specifications of TN13LSXL board.

Specifications

Updates in Issue 01 (2010-07-30) Based on Product Version

V100R005C00

This issue is the first official release for OptiX OSN 8800 V100R005C00. Compared with OptiX OSN 8800 V100R002C02, OptiX OSN 8800 V100R005C00 provides the following updates.

OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

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Update

Description

Whole manual

The equipment name is changed from OptiX OSN 8800 I to OptiX OSN 8800 T32 or from OptiX OSN 8800 II to OptiX OSN 8800 T64.

Whole manual

Added the description of OCS system.

5.4.2 Network Level Protection

Added the descriptions of SW SNCP protection, VLAN SNCP protection, DBPS protection and Ethernet protection.

5.5 Data Characteristics

Added the section "Data Characteristics".

4.2.4.1 Function Boards

Added the descriptions of TN11LEM24, TN11LEX4, TN54NS3, TN53TSXL, TN54ENQ2, TN54NPO2, TN12WSMD4, TN11ST2, TN11SFIU and TN11OPM8 boards.

9 Technical Specifications

Added the specifications of TN11LEM24, TN11LEX4, TN54NS3, TN53TSXL, TN54ENQ2, TN54NPO2, TN12WSMD4, TN11ST2, TN11SFIU and TN11OPM8 boards.

OptiX OSN 8800 T64/T32 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Description

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Contents

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1 Overview

1

1.1

Product Appearance

2

2 Introduction

3

2.1 Positioning

4

2.2 Product Features

6

2.3 Service Access

8

 

2.3.1 Service Types

8

2.3.2 Capability of Service Access

10

3 Networking and Applications

12

3.1 Basic Networking Modes

13

3.2 Typical OTN Networking

13

3.2.1 WSS Grooming Solution

14

3.2.2 Application of Electrical-Layer Grooming

15

3.2.3 Optical-Electrical Convergence Solution

16

3.2.4 WDM ASON Solution

17

3.2.5 PID Solution

18

3.3 Typical OCS Networking

20

3.3.1 Networking for Multi-Granularity Service Grooming, Service Convergence and Bandwidth Switching

 

20

3.3.2 Networking Application of Ethernet Services

21

3.3.3 Networking with SDH Equipment to Be the Metropolitan Backbone Node

24

3.3.4 Networking with DWDM Equipment to Be the Supertrunk Backbone Node

25

4 Product Architecture

26

4.1 System Architecture

27

4.2 Hardware Architecture

29

4.2.1

Cabinet

29

4.2.1.1 N63B Cabinet Structure

29

4.2.1.2 Configuration of the Integrated N63B Cabinet

30

4.2.1.3 N66B Cabinet Structure

32

4.2.1.4 Configuration of the Integrated N66B Cabinet

33

4.2.1.5 Cabinet Installation Mode

34

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4.2.1.6

TN16PDU

35

4.2.2

OptiX OSN 8800 T64 Subrack

36

4.2.2.1 Structure 36

4.2.2.2 Slot Description

38

 

4.2.2.3 Fan

39

4.2.2.4 Power Consumption

43

4.2.2.5 Power Requirement

44

4.2.3

OptiX OSN 8800 T32 Subrack

47

4.2.3.1 Structure 47

 

4.2.3.2 Slot Description

49

 

4.2.3.3 Fan

50

 

4.2.3.4 Power Consumption

55

4.2.3.5 Power Requirement

57

4.2.4

Board

59

4.2.4.1 Function Boards

59

4.2.4.2 Optical Transponder Board

60

4.2.4.3 Tributary Board

68

4.2.4.4 Line Board

70

4.2.4.5 PID Board

74

4.2.4.6 OCS Boards

75

4.2.4.7 Cross-Connect Unit and System and Communication Unit

76

4.2.4.8 Optical Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Board

78

4.2.4.9 Fixed Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer Board

80

4.2.4.10 Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing unit

81

4.2.4.11 Optical Amplifier Board

82

4.2.4.12 Optical Supervisory Channel Board

84

4.2.4.13 Optical Protection Board

84

4.2.4.14 Interface Board

85

4.2.4.15 Spectrum Analyzer Board

86

4.2.4.16 Variable Optical Attenuator Board

87

4.2.4.17 Optical Power and Dispersion Equalizing Board

87

4.2.5

Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) Module

88

4.3

Software Architecture

88

4.3.1 Overview

88

4.3.2 Communication Protocols and Interfaces

89

5 Functions and Features

90

5.1 Electrical Layer Grooming

92

5.1.1 OTN Centralized Grooming

92

5.1.2 OCS Centralized Grooming

94

5.2 Optical Layer Grooming

96

5.2.1 Grooming Ability

96

5.2.2 Basic Concept

97

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5.2.3 1-Degree ROADM

98

5.2.4 2-Degree ROADM

99

5.2.5 3-Degree

ROADM

100

5.2.6 4-Degree

ROADM

103

5.2.7 9-Degree

ROADM

106

5.3 Transmission System

108

5.3.1 Integrated System and Open System Compatibility

108

5.3.2 40 Gbit/s

 

109

5.3.3 3.1.5 10 Gbit/s, 40 Gbit/s, 100 Gbit/s Hybrid Transmission

109

5.3.4 Transmission Distance

110

5.4 Protection

 

111

5.4.1

Equipment Level Protection

111

5.4.1.1 Cross-Connect Board 1+1 Protection

111

5.4.1.2 SCC Board 1+1 Protection

112

5.4.1.3 STG Board 1+1 Protection

112

5.4.1.4 OptiX OSN 8800 T64 DC Input Protection

113

5.4.1.5 OptiX OSN 8800 T32 DC Input Protection

114

5.4.1.6 Redundancy Protection for Fans

114

5.4.1.7 Inter-Subrack Communication Protection

115

5.4.2

Network Level Protection

115

5.4.2.1 WDM Protection

115

5.4.2.2 SDH Protection

116

5.4.2.3 Data Protection

118

5.5 Data Characteristics

 

119

5.5.1 Service

119

5.5.2 QoS

122

5.5.3 OAM

123

5.5.3.1 ETH-OAM

123

5.5.3.2 RMON

124

5.5.3.3 Test Frame

124

5.6 Optical Power Management

124

5.6.1

Introduction to IPA

125

5.6.2

Introduction to IPA of the Raman System

125

5.6.3

Introduction to ALC

125

5.6.4

Introduction to APE

126

5.6.5

Introduction to EAPE

127

5.6.6

Introduction to OPA

127

5.6.7

Introduction to AGC

128

5.7 OTN

Technologies

129

5.7.1

Frame Format

129

5.7.2

OTN Packet Encapsulation

133

5.7.3

ODUflex

136

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5.7.5 TCM 141

5.7.4 Mapping and Multiplexing

5.7.6 FEC Function

142

5.8 WDM Technologies

143

5.8.1 DWDM and CWDM Technical Specifications

143

5.8.2 Nominal Central Wavelength and Frequency of the DWDM System

145

5.8.3 Nominal Central Wavelengths of the CWDM System

147

5.8.4 Single-Fiber Bidirectional Transmission

147

5.8.5 Chromatic Dispersion Compensation

147

5.8.6 SBS Suppresses

147

5.8.7 Supervisory Channel 148

5.8.8 DRZ Coding Scheme

149

5.8.9 ODB Technology

149

5.8.10 DQPSK Technology

149

5.8.11 Tunable Wavelengths

150

5.8.12 EDFA Technology

150

5.8.13 Raman Amplification

150

5.8.14 Jitter Suppression Function

150

5.8.15 Automatic Laser Shutdown

150

5.9 Clock Synchronization Solutions

152

5.9.1 Clock Network Models

153

5.9.2 Methods and Typical Applications of Frequency Synchronization

155

5.9.3 Methods and Typical Applications of Phase Synchronization

158

5.10 ASON Management

160

5.11 Transmission of Network Management Information

161

5.11.1

DCN Composition

162

5.11.1.1 Optical Supervisory Channel Administration 163

5.11.1.2 Electrical Supervisory Channel Administration

164

5.11.2

Huawei DCN Solution

165

5.11.2.1 DCN Solution Classification by NMS Access Mode

167

5.11.2.2 DCN Solution Classification by Protocol

167

5.11.2.3 DCN Solution Classification by Physical Resource

172

5.11.3

Huawei DCN Management Capability

172

5.12

Network Management Tools and Protocols

174

5.12.1 U2000

174

5.12.2 Web LCT

175

5.12.3 Simple Network Management Protocol

175

5.12.4 NTP Protocol

175

5.13 License Control 177

5.13.1 Service Capacity License 177

5.14

Features of Upgrade and Maintenance

178

5.14.1

Software Package Loading

179

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5.14.2 PRBS Error Detection Function

179

5.14.3 Hot Patch

180

6 NE Type and Signal Flow

6.1 OTM in a DWDM System

182

184

6.1.1 OTM Node with Optical Multiplexer Board and Optical Demultiplexer Board (40-Wavelength)

184

6.1.2 OTM Node with Optical Multiplexer Board, Optical Demultiplexer Board, and Interleaver Board (80-

Wavelength)

187

6.2 OLA in a DWDM System

189

6.3 FOADM in a DWDM System

192

6.3.1 FOADM Node with Optical Multiplexer Unit and Optical Demultiplexer Unit

192

6.3.2 FOADM Node with OADM Units

195

6.4 ROADM in a DWDM System

198

6.4.1 ROADM Node with WSD9 Board and WSM9 Board (40-Wavelength)

198

6.4.2 ROADM Node with WSD9 Board and WSM9 Board (80-Wavelength)

201

6.4.3 ROADM Node with ROAM Boards

204

6.4.4 ROADM Node with WSD9 Board and RMU9 Board (40-Wavelength)

208

6.4.5 ROADM Node with WSD9 Board and RMU9 Board (80-Wavelength)

212

6.4.6 ROADM Node with RDU9 Board and WSM9 Board (40-Wavelength)

215

6.4.7 ROADM Node with RDU9 Board and WSM9 Board (80-Wavelength)

219

6.4.8 ROADM Node with WSMD2 Boards

222

6.4.9 ROADM Node with WSMD4 Boards

226

6.4.10

ROADM Node with WSMD9 Boards

229

6.5 REG in a DWDM System

233

6.6 OTM in a CWDM System

237

6.7 FOADM in a CWDM System

240

6.8 TM in an SDH System

243

6.9 ADM in an SDH System

245

6.10 MADM in an SDH System

249

7 About the ASON

253

7.1 Overview

255

7.1.1 Background and Advantages

255

7.1.2 Features of the ASON

256

7.1.3 Huawei OTN ASON Solution

256

7.1.4 Huawei OCS ASON Solution

258

7.1.5 Introduction and Development of the OTN ASON

260

7.1.6 Introduction and Development of the OCS ASON

261

7.2 ASON Software and ASON Functions

262

7.2.1 Basic Concepts of ASON

262

7.2.2 Structure of the ASON Transmission Network

263

7.2.3 Location of ASON Software

264

7.2.4 Structure of ASON Software

265

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7.2.5 ASON Protocol

267

7.2.6 OTN ASON Links

269

7.2.7 OCS ASON Links

273

7.2.8 Function Structure of the OTN ASON

275

7.2.9 Function Structure of the OCS ASON

277

7.2.10

ASON Network Protection and Restoration

279

7.3 Automatic Discovery of Topologies and Resources

280

7.3.1 Auto-Discovery of ASON NEs

280

7.3.2 Auto-Discovery of Control Links

281

7.3.3 Auto-Discovery of TE Links

283

7.4 Creation and Deletion of the ASON Trail

283

7.4.1 Creation of an LSP

283

7.4.2 Deletion of an LSP

285

7.4.3 Rerouting of an LSP

286

7.4.4 Change of an LSP

287

7.5 OTN ASON Feature

287

7.5.1 End-to-End Service Configuration

287

7.5.2 Mesh Networking Protection and Restoration

288

7.5.3 SLA Classification of Services

289

7.5.4 Diamond WDM ASON Trail

291

7.5.5 Silver WDM ASON Trail

294

7.5.6 Copper WDM ASON Trail

296

7.5.7 OVPN

297

7.5.8 Crankback Mechanism

299

7.5.9 Network Traffic Engineering

300

7.5.10 Service Association

302

7.5.11 Service Optimization

303

7.5.12 Service Migration

304

7.5.13 Preset Restoration Trail

304

7.5.14 Trail Pre-Computation and Adjustment

306

7.5.15 Service Reversion Mechanism

306

7.5.16 Resource Sharing of Trails

308

7.5.17 ASON Features Based on the Split of Optical and Electrical NEs

310

7.5.18 ASON Services Traversing Third-Party Equipment

314

7.6 OCS ASON Feature

315

7.6.1 End-to-End Service Configuration

315

7.6.2 Mesh Networking Protection and Restoration

316

7.6.3 SLA Classification of Services

316

7.6.4 Diamond Services

318

7.6.5 Gold Services

322

7.6.6 Silver Services

324

7.6.7 Copper Services

326

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7.6.8 Iron Services

327

7.6.9 Tunnels

328

7.6.10 Shared Mesh Restoration Trail

330

7.6.11 Crankback Mechanism

331

7.6.12 Network Traffic Engineering

331

7.6.13 Service Association

334

7.6.14 Service Optimization

335

7.6.15 Service Migration

335

7.6.16 Preset Restoration Trail

335

7.6.17 Trail Pre-Computation and Adjustment

336

7.6.18 Reverting Services to Original Routes

336

7.6.19 Amalgamation of ASON and LCAS

336

7.6.20 Merging an ASON Network with a Traditional SDH Network

337

7.7

Optical-Layer and Electrical-Layer ASON Services

344

7.7.1 Protection and Restoration Mechanisms for Services

344

7.7.2 Quick Finding of Optical-Layer and Electrical-Layer Functions

345

7.7.3 Prerequisites for Enabling ASON Features

348

7.7.4 Conditions for Configuring ASON Services

348

8 Operation, Administration, and Maintenance

351

8.1 Automatic Deployment Commissioning

353

8.2 End-to-End Service Configuration

353

8.3 Supervision and Administration Module

353

8.4 Communication and Maintenance Interfaces

354

8.5 Orderwire Function

357

8.6 Security Management

358

8.7 Master-Slave Subrack Management

358

8.7.1 Master-Slave Subrack Management

358

8.7.2 Subrack Cascading Scheme

360

8.8 Administration and Maintenance

363

8.8.1 Alarm and Performance Event Management

363

8.8.2 Performance Monitoring of Access Services

364

8.8.3 Performance Monitoring of Network

365

9 Technical Specifications

367

9.1 General Specifications

368

9.1.1 Cabinet Specifications

368

9.1.2 Subrack Specifications

368

9.1.3 DCM Frame Specifications

373

9.1.4 CRPC Frame Specification

373

9.1.5 Fan-Tray Assembly Specifications

373

9.2 Laser Class

374

9.3 Optical Transponder Unit Specifications

374

9.3.1

LDM Specifications

374

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9.3.2 LDMD Specifications

382

9.3.3 LDMS Specifications

390

9.3.4 LDX Specifications

397

9.3.5 LEM24 Specifications

402

9.3.6 LEX4 Specifications

409

9.3.7 LOA Specifications

414

9.3.8 LOG Specifications

427

9.3.9 LOM Specifications

436

9.3.10 LQM Specifications

447

9.3.11 LQMD Specifications

456

9.3.12 LQMS Specifications

465

9.3.13 LSQ Specifications

474

9.3.14 LSX Specifications

477

9.3.15 LSXL Specifications

487

9.3.16 LSXLR Specifications

490

9.3.17 LSXR Specifications

492

9.3.18 LWXS Specifications

495

9.3.19 TMX Specifications

503

9.3.20 Jitter Transfer Characteristics

515

9.3.21 Input Jitter Tolerance

516

9.3.22 Output Jitter

517

9.4 Tributary Unit and Line Unit Specifications

517

9.4.1 ND2 Specifications

518

9.4.2 NQ2 Specifications

525

9.4.3 NS2 Specifications

530

9.4.4 NS3 Specifications

537

9.4.5 TDX Specifications

541

9.4.6 TOA Specifications

544

9.4.7 TOG Specifications

551

9.4.8 TOM Specifications

554

9.4.9 THA Specifications

565

9.4.10 TQX Specifications

567

9.4.11 TSXL Specifications

570

9.5 PID Unit Specifications

572

9.5.1 ENQ2 Specifications

572

9.5.2 NPO2 Specifications

572

9.5.3 NPO2E Specifications

575

9.6 OCS Board Specifications

577

9.6.1 Specifications of the BPA

577

9.6.2 Specifications of the EGSH

578

9.6.3 Specifications of the SF64

580

9.6.4 Specifications of the SF64A

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9.6.5 Specifications of the SFD64

584

9.6.6 Specifications of the SL64

587

9.6.7 Specifications of the SLD64

589

9.6.8 Specifications of the SLH41

590

9.6.9 Specifications of the SLO16

592

9.6.10 Specifications of the SLQ16

593

9.6.11 Specifications of the SLQ64

594

9.6.12 Specifications of the EAS2

595

9.7 Cross-connect Unit Specifications

598

9.7.1 TN52XCH Specifications

598

9.7.2 XCM Board Specifications

599

9.7.3 XCT Specifications

599

9.7.4 SXM Specifications

600

9.7.5 SXH Specifications

601

9.8 Optical Multiplexer Unit and Demultiplexer Unit Specifications

602

9.8.1 D40 Specifications

602

9.8.2 D40V Specifications

603

9.8.3 FIU Specifications

604

9.8.4 ITL Specifications

605

9.8.5 M40 Specifications

608

9.8.6 M40V Specifications

609

9.8.7 SFIU Specifications

610

9.9 Fixed Optical Add and Drop Multiplexer Unit Specifications

611

9.9.1 CMR2 Specifications

611

9.9.2 CMR4 Specifications

612

9.9.3 DMR1 Specifications

614

9.9.4 MR2 Specifications

615

9.9.5 MR4 Specifications

616

9.9.6 MR8 Specifications

621

9.9.7 MR8V Specifications

623

9.9.8 SBM2 Specifications

626

9.10

Reconfigurable Optical Add and Drop Multiplexing Unit Specifications

627

9.10.1 RDU9 Specifications

627

9.10.2 RMU9 Specifications

628

9.10.3 ROAM Specifications

629

9.10.4 WSD9 Specifications

630

9.10.5 WSM9 Specifications

632

9.10.6 WSMD2 Specifications

633

9.10.7 WSMD4 Specifications

634

9.10.8 WSMD9 Specifications

636

9.11

Optical Amplifier Unit Specifications

637

9.11.1

CRPC Specifications

637

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9.11.2 DAS1 Specifications

638

9.11.3 HBA Specifications

640

9.11.4 OAU1 Specifications

641

9.11.5 OBU1 Specifications

648

9.11.6 OBU2 Specifications

651

9.12

System Control, Supervision and Communication Board Specifications

653

9.12.1 SCC Specifications

653

9.12.2 AUX Specifications

654

9.13

Optical Supervisory Channel Unit Specifications

655

9.13.1 HSC1 Specifications

655

9.13.2 SC1 Specifications

656

9.13.3 ST2 Specifications

657

9.13.4 SC2 Specifications

657

9.14

Clock Unit Specifications

658

9.14.1

STG Specifications

658

9.15

Optical Protection Unit Specifications

659

9.15.1 DCP Specifications

659

9.15.2 OLP Specifications

661

9.15.3 SCS Specifications

663

9.16

Spectrum Analyzer Unit Specifications

664

9.16.1 MCA4 Specifications

664

9.16.2 MCA8 Specifications

665

9.16.3 OPM8 Specifications

666

9.16.4 WMU Specifications

666

9.17

Variable Optical Attenuator Unit Specifications

667

9.17.1 VA1 Specifications

667

9.17.2 VA4 Specifications

668

9.18

Optical Power and Dispersion Slope Equalizing Board Specifications

669

9.18.1 GFU Board Specifications

669

9.18.2 DCU Specifications

670

9.18.3 TDC Specifications

672

9.19

DCM Specifications

673

10 Energy Saving and Sustainable Development

676

10.1 Sustainable Development

677

10.2 Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction

677

A Equipment Specifications and Environment Requirements

679

A.1 Performance Specifications for Optical Interfaces

680

A.2 Power Supply Requirements

680

A.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility

680

A.4 Environment Requirement

680

A.4.1 Storage Environment

681

A.4.2 Transport Environment

683

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A.4.3 Operation Environment

685

B Power Consumption, Weight, and Valid Slots of Boards

688

C Standards Compliance

721

C.1 ITU-T Standards

722

C.2 IEEE Standards

726

C.3 Laser Security Standards

726

C.4 Security Standards

727

C.5 EMC Standards

727

C.6 Environment Related Standards

728

C.7 Grounding Standards

730

C.8 Noise Standard

731

C.9 Fireproofing Standards

731

C.10 International Standards

731

D Glossary

733

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About This Chapter

This chapter describes types and appearance of OTN products.

1.1 Product Appearance This chapter describes the appearance of OTN equipment.

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1.1 Product Appearance

This chapter describes the appearance of OTN equipment. Figure 1-1 shows the appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T64.

Figure 1-1 The appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T64

T64. Figure 1-1 The appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T64 Figure 1-2 shows the appearance

Figure 1-2 shows the appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32.

Figure 1-2 The appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32

T32. Figure 1-2 The appearance of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32 Issue 03 (2012-03-29) Huawei Proprietary

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About This Chapter

2.1 Positioning

The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 are mainly applicable to the backbone core layers. They are also applicable to the core layers and metropolitan convergence layers.

2.2 Product Features

As a one-box product (OTN+OCS), the equipment integrates functions such as WDM transport, ROADM, 40G, electrical T-bit cross-connection, cross-connections of any granularity in the range of 100M to 40G, ASON, and rich management and protection.

2.3 Service Access

The OptiX OSN 8800 T64/8800 T32 supports synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) service, synchronous optical network (SONET), Ethernet service, storage area network (SAN) service, optical transmission network (OTN) service, video service and others.

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2.1 Positioning

The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 are mainly applicable to the backbone core layers. They are also applicable to the core layers and metropolitan convergence layers.

The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 can be used with the metropolitan DWDM equipment, SDH equipment, and data communication equipment at the backbone layer to

provide a large-capacity transport channel for services and network egresses. The OptiX OSN

8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 apply to the long-distance and large-capacity transmission

of nation-level trunk and inter-province trunk to maximally meet the requirements of large- capacity and ultra-long haul transmission for carriers. In addition, the OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 provide carriers with a stable platform for multi-service operation and future network capacity expansion.

The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 use dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technologies to achieve transparent transmission with multiple services and large capacity. It not only provides service grooming at the optical layer on a wavelength basis by using the ROADM technology, but also provides sub-wavelength grooming based on ODUflex/ODU3/ODU2/ODU1/ODU0. This improves the flexibility in service grooming and bandwidth utilization to a great extent.

The OptiX OSN 8800 can interconnect with the OptiX OSN 6800/OptiX OSN 3800/OptiX OSN

1800 to form an end-to-end OTN network. Also, they can interconnect with the OptiX BWS

1600G to form a WDM network. Typically, the OptiX OSN 8800 is applied to the OTN network. In addition, the OptiX OSN 8800 can interconnect with the NG SDH/PTN or data communication equipment to form a hybrid network, realizing a complete transport solution. This is usually applied to the OCS network. Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2 show the position of the OptiX OSN 8800 T32 and OptiX OSN 8800 T64 in the overall network hierarchy.

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Figure 2-1 Position of the OptiX OSN 8800 in the network hierarchy (OTN network) OptiX
Figure 2-1 Position of the OptiX OSN 8800 in the network hierarchy (OTN network)
OptiX OSN
OptiX
8800 T32
BWS 1600G
OptiX OSN
8800 T32
OptiX OSN
80-wavelengths
80-wavelengths
8800 T64
OptiX OSN
8800 T64
Backbones
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
core layers
8800 T64
8800 T64
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
6800
OptiX OSN
OptiX Metro
OptiX OSN
3500 8800 T32
6100
7500
40-wavelengths
STM-16
STM-64
OptiX OSN
3500 OptiX Metro
OptiX OSN
Convergence
OptiX OSN
6100 OptiX OSN
8800 T32
layers
7500
8800 T16
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
OptiXOSN
1800
3500
3800 3800
STM-4/1
STM-16
STM-4
STM-4/1
STM-4/1
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
3500 OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
3800
3500
3800
Access
OptiX OSN
layers
7500
NOTE

The OptiX OSN 8800 provides OptiX OSN 8800 T64 subracks, OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subracks and OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subracks.

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Figure 2-2 Position of the OptiX OSN 8800 in the network hierarchy (OCS network) OptiX
Figure 2-2 Position of the OptiX OSN 8800 in the network hierarchy (OCS network)
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
8800 T64
8800 T32
OptiX OSN
8800 T64
OptiX OSN
STM-64
STM-64
8800 T32
OptiX OSN
8800 T64
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
Backbones
8800 T64
8800 T32
core layers
OptiX OSN 2500
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN 3500
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
2500 3500
3500
STM-16
STM-16
OptiX OSN
2500
OptiX OSN 2500
OptiX OSN 3500
Convergence
layers
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
1500 OptiX OSN
2500
2500
OptiX OSN
STM-4/1
STM-4/1
2500
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
1500
1500
OptiX OSN
OptiX OSN
2500
1500
GSM/CDMA
PSTN
Ethernet
ATM
Access
layers
NOTE

The OptiX OSN 8800 provides OptiX OSN 8800 T64 subracks and OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subracks.

2.2 Product Features

As a one-box product (OTN+OCS), the equipment integrates functions such as WDM transport, ROADM, 40G, electrical T-bit cross-connection, cross-connections of any granularity in the range of 100M to 40G, ASON, and rich management and protection.

Transmission Equipment with High Integration and Ultra Capacity

The equipment is of high integration, which enables flexible service configuration. A network built with the equipment is easy to design, to expand, and to maintain, and requires a smaller number of spare parts.

The equipment supports access of massive services and centralized cross-connections and management of the services. This avoids assembly of multiple subracks. The equipment is of high integration. For example, one PID chip is integrated with tens of photoelectric components to achieve 12 x 10G transmission.

When used as an 80/40-channel system, the OptiX OSN 8800 supports:

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l

Service access over one channel of 2.5 Gbit/s, 10 Gbit/s, 40 Gbit/s.

l

Transmission of 10 Gbit/s services over a distance of 5000 km, 40 Gbit/s services over a distance of 2000 km without electrical regeneration.

l

Ultra long-haul transmission of 10 Gbit/s services over a 1 x 82 dB single span.

The OptiX OSN 8800 CWDM systems support service access over eight wavelengths. Each wavelength supports a maximum rate of 2.5 Gbit/s.

The ASIC and PID technologies enable design of a board with high density and help reduce power consumption of each port. Ultra cross-connections help reduce bridging at many ODF and also save space in telecommunications rooms.

The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 supports centralized cross-connections through a cross-connect board. The OptiX OSN 8800 T32 provides one type of cross-connection boards, that is, XCH. It supports hybrid cross-connections of ODU0, ODU1, ODU2, ODU3, and ODUflex signals, and supports a 1.28 Tbit/s cross-connect capacity to the maximum.

The OptiX OSN 8800 T64 provides three types of cross-connect boards, that is, XCT, SXH and SXM. The XCT must be used together with SXH or SXM. The OptiX OSN 8800 T64 supports hybrid cross-connections of ODU0, ODU1, ODU2, ODU3, and ODUflex signals, and supports a 2.56 Tbit/s cross-connect capacity to the maximum.

Dynamic Optical-Layer Cross-Connections

Dynamic intra-ring grooming and inter-ring grooming can be realized using the ROADM board.

Dynamic optical layer grooming can be classified into intra-ring grooming and inter-ring grooming, or into two-dimensional grooming and multi-dimensional grooming.

Dimension refers to transmission direction. Two-dimensional grooming refers to wavelength grooming in two transmission directions. Multi-dimensional grooming refers to wavelength grooming in multiple transmission directions.

Full Service Access over Shared 10G and 40G Channels

The ODUk sub-wavelengths can be flexibly combined to share 10G/40G line bandwidth for transmission. This enables uniform carrying of any services over one wavelength and therefore improves wavelength utilization to a great extent.

Bandwidth is tailored for services. This improves the efficiency of transmission bandwidth and achieves "zero waste" of bandwidth.

Hybrid O/E Cross-Connections and Quick Service Deployment

Hybrid O/E cross-connections achieve flexible cross-connections of wavelength or sub- wavelength services. Quick service deployment helps reduce CapEx. On a flattened network, services are easy to plan, deploy, and expand. Much less time needs to be taken to provision a service.

High Reliability

The tributary/line separated structure maximizes the return on investment and reduces the number of spare parts. When service type changes, users only need to replace the tributary boards but fully reuse the existing line boards. The use of independent line and tributary boards reduces

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the number and type of spare parts from N x M to N + M (N, M > 2), thereby helping operators reduce construction costs.

Rich OAM, Easy Maintenance, and Lower OpEx

The rich O/E overhead information on OTN equipment leads to a more transparent network, facilitates fault identification, and helps reduce maintenance costs.

The PRBS function enables quick self-check of OTUs, quick assessment of channel performance, and quick fault identification.

The "5A" auto-adjustment function:

l

Automatic level control (ALC) function effectively resolves the problem of attenuation of fibers operating over a long term.

l

Automatic gain control (AGC) enables adaptation to transient changes in the number of wavelengths.

l

Automatic power equilibrium (APE) enables auto-optimization of OSNR specification of each channel.

l

Intelligent power adjustment (IPA) avoids personal injuries (to eyes or bodies) resulting from laser radiation in case of anomalies such as a fiber cut.

l

The optical power adjust (OPA) is made to ensure that the input power of the OTU board and OA board meet the commissioning requirements.

Support monitor channel power, central wavelength, OSNR, and overall optical spectrum, and also supports remote real-time measurement of optical spectrum parameters.

2.3 Service Access

The OptiX OSN 8800 T64/8800 T32 supports synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) service, synchronous optical network (SONET), Ethernet service, storage area network (SAN) service, optical transmission network (OTN) service, video service and others.

2.3.1 Service Types

The OptiX OSN 8800 supports synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) services, synchronous optical network (SONET) services, Ethernet services, storage area network (SAN) services, optical transmission network (OTN) services, and video services.

Table 2-1 and Table 2-2 lists the service types and rates that the OptiX OSN 8800 supports.

Table 2-1 Service types and rates that the OptiX OSN 8800 supports

Service

Service Type

Service Rate

Reference Standard

Category

SDH

STM-1

155.52

Mbit/s

ITU-T G.707

STM-4

622.08

Mbit/s

ITU-T G.691

   

ITU-T G.957

STM-16

2.5 Gbit/s

ITU-T G.693

STM-64

9.95 Gbit/s

ITU-T G.783

ITU-T G.825

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Service

Service Type

Service Rate

Reference Standard

Category

 

STM-256

39.81

Gbit/s

 

SONET

OC-3

155.52

Mbit/s

GR-253-CORE

OC-12

622.08

Mbit/s

GR-1377-CORE

   

ANSI T1.105

OC-48

2.5

Gbit/s

OC-192

9.95

Gbit/s

OC-768

39.81

Gbit/s

Ethernet

FE

125

Mbit/s

IEEE 802.3u

service

GE

1.25

Gbit/s

IEEE 802.3z

10GE WAN

9.95

Gbit/s

IEEE 802.3ae

10GE LAN

10.31

Gbit/s

SAN service

ESCON

200

Mbit/s

ANSI X3.296

FICON

1.06

Gbit/s

ANSI X3.230

   

ANSI X3.303

FICON Express

2.12

Gbit/s

FC100

1.06

Gbit/s

FC200

2.12

Gbit/s

FC400

4.25

Gbit/s

FC800

8.5

Gbit/s

FC1200

10.51

Gbit/s

FICON4G

4.25

Gbit/s

FICON8G

8.5

Gbit/s

ISC 1G

1.06

Gbit/s

IBM GDPS

   

( Geographically

ISC 2G

2.12

Gbit/s

Dispersed Parallel

ETR

16

Mbit/s

Sysplex) Protocol

CLO

16

Mbit/s

InfiniBand 2.5G

2.5

Gbit/s

InfiniBand TM

   

Architecture Release

InfiniBand 5G

5 Gbit/s

1.2.1

FDDI

125

Mbit/s

ISO 9314

OTN service

OTU1

2.67

Gbit/s

ITU-T G.709

OTU2

10.71

Gbit/s

ITU-T G.959.1

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Service

Service Type

Service Rate

Reference Standard

Category

 

OTU2e

11.10

Gbit/s

 

OTU3

43.02

Gbit/s

Video service

HD-SDI

1.485

Gbit/s

SMPTE 292M

DVB-ASI

270

Mbit/s

EN 50083-9

SDI

270

Mbit/s

SMPTE 259M

3G-SDI

2.97 Gbit/s

SMPTE 424M

Table 2-2 Service types that the OptiX OSN 8800(OCS) supports

Service Category

Service Type

Reference Standard

SDH

l

SDH standard services: STM-1/

l

ITU-T G.707

STM-4/STM-16/STM-64

l

ITU-T G.691

l

SDH standard cascaded services:

 

VC-4-4c/VC-4-16c/VC-4-64c

l

ITU-T G.957

l

SDH services with FEC:

l

ITU-T G.783

STM-64

l

ITU-T G.825

Ethernet service

l

GE services

l

IEEE 802.3u

l

10GE services

 

2.3.2 Capability of Service Access

Table 2-3 lists the capability of service access when the OptiX OSN 8800 T64/8800 T32 functions as the equipment in the OCS system. Table 2-4 lists the capability of service access when the OptiX OSN 8800 T64/8800 T32 functions as the equipment in the OTN system.

Table 2-3 Capability of service access in the OCS system

Service Type

Maximum of Service Amount for a Board

Maximum of Service Amount for an 8800 T32 Subrack

Maximum of Service Amount for an 8800 T64 Subrack

STM-1

16

512

1024

STM-4

16

512

1024

STM-16

8

256

512

STM-64

4

128

256

GE

16

512

1024

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Table 2-4 Capability of service access in the OTN system

Service Type

Maximum of Service Amount for a Board

Maximum of Service Amount for an 8800 T32 Subrack

Maximum of Service Amount for an 8800 T64 Subrack

FE

22

448

896

GE

22

336

672

10GE LAN

4

64

128

10GE WAN

4

64

128

STM-256/OC-768

1

16

32

STM-64/OC-192

4

64

128

STM-16/OC-48

16

256

512

STM-4/OC-12

16

400

816

STM-1/OC-3

16

448

896

OTU1

16

256

512

OTU2/OTU2e

4

64

128

OTU3

1

16

32

ESCON

16

448

896

FC100/FICON

16

336

672

FC200/FICON

16

336

672

Express/InfiniBand

2.5G

FC400/FICON4G/

2

64

128

InfiniBand 5G

FC800/FICON 8G

1

100

204

FC1200

1

32

64

ISC 1G

8

256

512

ISC 2G

4

128

256

ETR/CLO

8

128

256

HD-SDI

8

256

512

FDDI

8

256

512

DVB-ASI/SDI

16

448

896

3G-SDI

8

256

512

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