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1–10.7 Modem–Transceiver–Branching connections

The connections among Modems, Transceivers and Branching depend on the following possible configurations:

case a ) : without Reuse and without Diversity

see page 164

case b ) : without Reuse and with Diversity

see page 166

case c ) : with Reuse and without Diversity

see page 168

case d ) : with Reuse and with Diversity

see page 170

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Without Reuse and without Diversity

See Fig. 91. on page 165.

In this figure, the writings near the arrows (that show the signal direction) on the cable indicate the CABLE TYPE and the CABLE SIDE information. E.g. ’G2’ near ’MODEM J1’ means that:

cable type ’G’ is used

and that its side ’G2’ has to be connected to MODEM’s connector ’J1’

signal flows out from connector ’J1’

N.B.

For CABLE TYPE and CABLE SIDE related information, please refer to para.1–10.3 on page 153.

To locate the front connectors indicated in such fi gure, use:

for MODEM unit: Fig. 64. on page 121

for TRANSCEIVER unit: Fig. 70. on page 131

For the connections between TRANSCEIVER unit and Rx / Tx Branching, refer to documents cited in para.1–9.7.1 on page 145.

Requirements:

MODEM does not need any CANC–COMB module (see Fig. 63. on page 120)

TRANSCEIVER ASSEMBLY TYPE (see Tab. 19. on page 129 ):

 

2GR Transceivers

 

2G Transceivers

A: Standard Configuration

a: Standard Configuration

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BRANCHING

d without d o c u m e n t , permitted RX BRANCHING MODEM n

MODEM n

G2

G1 J5
G1
J5
J1 J2 J3 J4 J5
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5

F2

J9 F1 J10
J9
F1
J10
J11 J6 TRANSCEIVER n J14 TX TRANSCEIVER SHELF BRANCHING
J11
J6
TRANSCEIVER n
J14
TX
TRANSCEIVER SHELF
BRANCHING

Fig. 91. Modem–Transceiver–Branching connections: without Reuse and without Diversity

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b )

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Without Reuse and with Diversity

See Fig. 92. on page 167.

In this figure, the writings near the arrows (that show the signal direction) on the cable indicate the CABLE TYPE and the CABLE SIDE information. E.g. ’G2’ near ’MODEM J1’ means that:

cable type ’G’ is used

and that its side ’G2’ has to be connected to MODEM’s connector ’J1’

signal flows out from connector ’J1’

N.B.

For CABLE TYPE and CABLE SIDE related information, please refer to para.1–10.3 on page 153.

To locate the front connectors indicated in such fi gure, use:

for MODEM unit: Fig. 64. on page 121

for TRANSCEIVER unit: Fig. 71. on page 132

For the connections between TRANSCEIVER unit and Rx / Tx Branching, refer to documents cited in para.1–9.7.1 on page 145.

Requirements:

MODEM needs one CANC–COMB module (see Fig. 63. on page 120)

TRANSCEIVER ASSEMBLY TYPE (see Tab. 19. on page 129 ):

 

2GR Transceivers

 

2G Transceivers

B: Space Diversity Configuration

c: Space Diversity Configuration

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MODEM n G2 J1 J2 F2 J3 H2 J4 J5 J1 J9 H1 F1 J2
MODEM n G2 J1 J2 F2 J3 H2 J4 J5 J1 J9 H1 F1 J2
MODEM n
G2
J1
J2
F2
J3
H2
J4
J5
J1
J9
H1
F1
J2
J10
J11
J3
G1
J5
J6
TRANSCEIVER n
J14
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RX
TX
TRANSCEIVER SHELF
BRANCHING
BASE BAND SHELF
BRANCHING

Fig. 92. Modem–Transceiver–Branching connections: without Reuse and with Diversity

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c )

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With Reuse and without Diversity

See Fig. 93. on page 169.

In this figure, the writings near the arrows (that show the signal direction) on the cable indicate the CABLE TYPE and the CABLE SIDE information. E.g. ’G2’ near ’MODEM J1’ means that:

cable type ’G’ is used

and that its side ’G2’ has to be connected to MODEM’s connector ’J1’

signal flows out from connector ’J1’

N.B.

For CABLE TYPE and CABLE SIDE related information, please refer to para.1–10.3 on page 153.

The connections must be done between two contiguous pairs of channels, i.e.:

(MODEM 0 + TRANSCEIVER 0) connected to (MODEM 1 + TRANSCEIVER 1)

(MODEM 2 + TRANSCEIVER 2) connected to (MODEM 3 + TRANSCEIVER 3)

(MODEM 8 + TRANSCEIVER 8) connected to (MODEM 9 + TRANSCEIVER 9)

To locate the front connectors indicated in such fi gure, use:

for MODEM unit: Fig. 64. on page 121

for TRANSCEIVER unit: Fig. 70. on page 131

For the connections between TRANSCEIVER unit and Rx / Tx Branching, refer to documents cited in para.1–9.7.1 on page 145.

Requirements:

both MODEMs need one CANC–COMB module (see Fig. 63. on page 120)

TRANSCEIVER ASSEMBLY TYPE (see Tab. 19. on page 129 ) and Rx Local Oscillator MASTER/SLAVE configuration (see para.1–9.6.6 on page 140 ) : the two transceivers must be configured differently from each other:

 

1st transceiver

   

2nd transceiver

 

2GR Transceivers

2G Transceivers

2GR Transceivers

2G Transceivers

 

A: Standard

 

b: Frequency reuse

 

A: Standard

   

a: Standard

 

Configuration

 

Configuration

Configuration

Configuration

hardware setting: the Rx Local Oscillator must be configured as “MASTER”

hardware setting: the Rx Local Oscillator must be configured as “SLAVE”

WARNING:

in Frequency Reuse systems with Transceiver and Modem units powered on,

whenever you must disconnect the cable N1–N2 shown in Fig. 93. on page 169 (e.g. for troubleshooting), it is mandatory to disconnect before the cable K1 (slave TR ) – K2 (master TR). This caution is not necessary in the unit replacement procedures of para.4–7.4 from page 328 , because they envisage the Transceiver or Modem unit switch off, before the cable remotion.

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MODEM EVEN

G2

F2

H (V)

J1

J2

J3

J4

J5

K2

J9 F1 J10 K1 J11 G1 J5 N1 J6 J14 RX TX TRANSCEIVER SHELF BRANCHING
J9
F1
J10
K1
J11
G1
J5
N1
J6
J14
RX
TX
TRANSCEIVER SHELF
BRANCHING
BRANCHING
TRANSCEIVER H (V)

MODEM EVEN +1 V (H)

G2 J1 J2 F2 J3 K2 J4 J5 J9 F1 J10 K1 J11 G1 J5
G2
J1
J2
F2
J3
K2
J4
J5
J9
F1
J10
K1
J11
G1
J5
N2
J6
J14
TRANSCEIVER V (H)

Fig. 93. Modem–Transceiver–Branching connections: with Reuse and without Diversity

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d )

With Reuse and with Diversity

See Fig. 94. on page 171.

d ) With Reuse and with Diversity See Fig. 94. on page 171. In this figure,

In this figure, the writings near the arrows (that show the signal direction) on the cable indicate the CABLE TYPE and the CABLE SIDE information. E.g. ’G2’ near ’MODEM J1’ means that:

cable type ’G’ is used

and that its side ’G2’ has to be connected to MODEM’s connector ’J1’

signal flows out from connector ’J1’

N.B.

For CABLE TYPE and CABLE SIDE related information, please refer to para.1–10.3 on page 153.

The connections must be done between two contiguous pairs of channels, i.e.:

(MODEM 0 + TRANSCEIVER 0) connected to (MODEM 1 + TRANSCEIVER 1)

(MODEM 2 + TRANSCEIVER 2) connected to (MODEM 3 + TRANSCEIVER 3)

(MODEM 8 + TRANSCEIVER 8) connected to (MODEM 9 + TRANSCEIVER 9)

To locate the front connectors indicated in such fi gure, use:

for MODEM unit: Fig. 64. on page 121

for TRANSCEIVER unit: Fig. 71. on page 132

For the connections between TRANSCEIVER unit and Rx / Tx Branching, refer to documents cited in para.1–9.7.1 on page 145.

Requirements:

both MODEMs need two CANC–COMB modules (see Fig. 63. on page 120)

TRANSCEIVER ASSEMBLY TYPE (see Tab. 19. on page 129 ) and Rx Local Oscillator MASTER/SLAVE configuration (see para.1–9.6.6 on page 140 ) : the two transceivers must be configured differently from each other:

 

1st transceiver

   

2nd transceiver

 

2GR Transceivers

   

2G Transceivers

2GR Transceivers

 

2G Transceivers

B: Space Diversity

   

d: Space Diversity

B: Space Diversity

 

c: Space Diversity

 

Configuration

 

and Frequency

   

Configuration

 

Configuration

   

reuse Configuration

   

hardware setting: the Rx Local Oscillator must be configured as “MASTER”

hardware setting: the Rx Local Oscillator must be configured as “SLAVE”

WARNING:

in Frequency Reuse systems with Transceiver and Modem units powered on,

whenever you must disconnect the cable N1–N2 shown in Fig. 94. on page 171 (e.g. for troubleshooting), it is mandatory to disconnect before the cable P1 (slave TR ) – P2 (master TR). This caution is not necessary in the unit replacement procedures of para.4–7.4 from page 328 , because they envisage the Transceiver or Modem unit switch off, before the cable remotion.

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All rights reserved. Passing on and copying of this MODEM EVEN H (V) G2 J1 J2
MODEM EVEN H (V) G2 J1 J2 F2 J3 H2 J4 P2 J5 J1 J9
MODEM EVEN
H (V)
G2
J1
J2
F2
J3
H2
J4
P2
J5
J1
J9
F1
J2
J10
H1
J11
J3
P1
G1
J5
N1
J6
J14
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TRANSCEIVER SHELF
BRANCHING
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BRANCHING
TRANSCEIVER H (V)
TRANSCEIVER V (H)

MODEM EVEN +1 V (H)

P2

J1

J2

J3

J4

J5

J1

J2

J3

J5

J6

J14

F2

H2

J9

J10

J11

G2

H1

G1

P1

F1

N2

Fig. 94. Modem–Transceiver–Branching connections: with Reuse and with Diversity

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