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ZXMP S330(V1.

41)
System Introduction (completed)
V1.0

Course objective

Master functions and features of ZXMP S330 Master hardware structure of ZXMP S330

Outline

Product Overview System Features System Structure Boards Information

ZXMP S330 Overview


ZTE SDH based multi-service node equipment provides all applications at the core layer, convergence layer and access layer, and provides users with future-oriented integrated MAN solutions. As an SDH integrated service transmission equipment at the highest rate level of STM-16, ZXMP S330 has not only generic features of the SDH transmission products, but also powerful data service access capabilities. It can transmit TDM and DATA traffic with small or medium capacity, be applicable to the construction and capacity expansion of various transmission networks. ZXMP S330 features a compact size, powerful functions, and flexible usage. It is mainly applicable to LAN and MAN (at the access layer and convergence layer).
ZXMP S390 ZXMP S385 ZXMP S380 ZXMP S385 ZXMP S380 ZXMP S330 ZXMP S330 ZXMP S325 ZXMP S320 ZXMP S310 ZXMP S200 ZXMP S100

Core Layer

Aggregation Layer

Access Layer

ZXMP S330 Product Highlight


Powerful networking ability

Service access ability

Cross-connection capacity 20G, provide service grooming; 12 service slots, accommodate multiple rings and chains. ZXMP S330 Product Highlight

Support various services such as PDH,SDH,FE/GE, ATM,etc.; Embedded RPR promote IP processing ability;

High reliability

Flexibility & Convenience

Control,Cross-connection,Clock, and Line cards dispersed configuration; TPS protection can have 4 groups maximumlly.

Single-Fiber Bidirectional solution help to save fiber resource; Colored optical interface help to save invest in WDM and reduce OPEX.

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Product Overview System Features System Structure Boards Information

ZXMP S330 System Structure


NE Control Processing PDH Interface SDH Interface Clock ATM Interface STM-N Cross-Connection Clock STM-N NE Control Processing

STM-N

Cross-Connection

STM-N

Ethernet
Interface

Overhead & Auxiliary

ZXMP S330 System Features

Small Size, Compactness, and Flexible Usage

ZXMP S330 features a small size and high integration. It can be placed inside a standard 19-inch cabinet. ZXMP S330 provides 12 slots for service boards. Among which, slot 5, 6, 11, 12 can hold any service board.

Good Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Operation Safety

EMC, operation safety, and fire/explosion protection are fully considered in the circuit board design, device selection, structure design, and equipment labeling design for ZXMP S330. ZXMP S330 is provided with standard labels, good EMC, and reliable safety performance.

ZXMP S330 System Features

Powerful Service Access Capability

ZXMP S330 employs a modular structure. Its hardware contains the CS board, clock board, NE control board, service boards, and service interface boards. By combining different boards, the equipment can configure different functions. ZXMP S330 provides flexible traffic add/drop modes. ZXMP S330 provides optical interfaces at the rate level of STM-16, STM-4, and STM-1; electrical interfaces such as E1/T1, E3/T3, and STM-1; as well as Ethernet/ATM data interfaces. The interface types and corresponding maximum access capacities are listed in the Table:
Number of Interfaces Per Board 1 123 or 4 123 or 4 1 or 2 3 3 21 Maximum Access Capacity per Subrack 4 20 40 24 36 36 252 Service Type T1 FE/o FE/e GE/o GE/e ATM Number of Interfaces Per Board 21 24 or 8 4 or 6 2 2 4 Maximum Access Capacity per Subrack 252 96(56) 7248 24(8) 24(8) 48(40)

Service Type STM-16 STM-4 STM-1/o STM-1/e E3 T3 E1

ZXMP S330 System Features

Diverse Optical Interfaces

The OL16 board of ZXMP S330 provides colorful optical interface, which facilitates ZXMP S330 to directly connect with the mux/demux unit of WDM equipment. In this way, the optical wavelength conversion unit can be omitted and the cost can be reduced. The OL1/4 board of ZXMP S330 supports single-fiber bidirectional application. This application can simultaneously receive and transmit optical signal in a single fiber, so as to save optical fibers. ZXMP S330 provides the optical module verification function, which detects whether the optical module in the equipment passes verification. If not, service will become abnormal, the EMS will report alarm. Only the optical module that has passed verification can work normally. The optical module verification function prevents service fault caused by the optical module that is not strictly tested.

ZXMP S330 System Features

Powerful Service Cross-Connect and Expansion Capabilities

ZXMP S330 supports service co-working in a variety of directions.


The higher-order cross-connect capability is 128 128 VC4; The lower-order cross-connect capability is 20162016 TU-12; The access capacity is 88 x 88 VC-4.

ZXMP S330 can also be used as an expansion subrack of the ZXMP S390, ZXMP S380, or ZXMP S385.

ZXMP S330 System Features

Perfect Equipment and Network Protection Capabilities Equipment protections

The key boards in the system are under the 1+1 redundancy protection, such as clock boards (SC) and CSB boards. The service boards are under the 1:N (N5) redundancy protection. ZXMP S330 adopts the dual power supply system. Each functional board is fed in the distributed power supply mode. This eliminates the power supply influence of one board upon another, and greatly reduces the impact of board hot-plug in the system.

ZXMP S330 System Features

Perfect Equipment and Network Protection Capabilities Network protections


MS chain protection; 2-fiber unidirectional/bidirectional path protection ring; 2-fiber bidirectional MS protection ring with or without extra traffic; STM-4/16 4-fiber bidirectional MS protection ring; Dual Node Interconnection (DNI) protection; Subnet Connection Protection (SNCP).

ZXMP S330 System Features

Reliable Timing and Synchronization Capability


ZXMP S330 provides 4 external reference clock outputs and 4 external reference clock inputs; The external reference clock interfaces are provided by the clock interface (SCI-75 or SCI-120) board, which is independent of the SC board; The system allows setting 8 clock sources at the same time. The primary timing reference can come from any line (or tributary), 2 MHz interface, or 2Mbit interface; The phase-locked loop is controlled by software; The equipment supports the tributary re-timing for 2M service; The equipment supports the synchronous priority switching and the automatic switching based on SSM algorithm, which optimizes time synchronization distribution in the network, reduces difficulty in synchronization planning, prevents timing loops, and keeps the network synchronization in an optimal status.

ZXMP S330 System Features

Highly Reliable and Easy for Maintenance and Upgrade

Online download and remote upgrade of the board software allow the upgrade to be intelligent, easy, and practical. During upgrade, the system will give warning for possible service interruption, so as to prevent misloading. Upgrade and re-configuration of the system are reversible, thus enhances the security of upgrade. The system can recover the original services in the case of upgrade failure, without affecting normal operation of services.
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Remote software download, easier for maintenance and upgrade

ECC ZXMP ZXMP

ECC ZXMP

ECC ZXMP

ZXMP S330 System Features

Highly Reliable and Easy for Maintenance and Upgrade


Routine maintenance allows quick fault locating to board. Critical boards that generate much heat are provided with the temperature detect function. The EMS, NCP software, and board software are independent of each other, so that their upgrades will not affect others.

The EMS is independent of the board software version. This avoids frequent network-wide upgrade and reduces workload and difficulty of upgrade. When one software application is upgraded, there is no need to perform a network-wide software upgrade due to software mismatch. There is no need to perform upgrade of whole software set due to a single module fault. The system upgrades itself in a modular way to the least extent.

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Product Overview System Features System Structure Boards Information

Cabinet Structure

300mm(Depth) x 600mm(Width) x 2600mm(Height) 300mm(Depth) x 600mm(Width) x 2200mm(Height) 300mm(Depth) x 600mm(Width) x 2000mm(Height)

Indicator Red

Name On Major Alarm Indicator Minor Alarm Indicator Power Status Indicator Critical or major alarm, accompany by sounds alarm Minor alarm Power supply normal

Status Off No critical or major alarm

Yellow Green

No minor alarm Power supply abnormal

Structure Parts

Structure Parts include:


Power Distribution Box

Power Distribution Box Subrack


Board Area Backplane Fan Plug-in Box Dustproof Unit

Fan Plug-in Box Dustproof Unit

Board Area

Backplane

Power Distribution Box

Power distribution box receives external input of active/standby power supply. Power distribution box can allocate at most six pairs of active/standby power supplies to the subracks, after filtering and lightning protection for the external power supply. A standard power distribution box can allocate four pairs of active/standby power supplies to the subracks.

Mounting flange 2. Captive fastener 3. Subrack active power supply area 4. Connection terminal of external power input 5. Subrack standby power supply area 6. Alarm indicator board (LED) 7. Front panel
1.

Subrack

The height of subrack is 10U.One to three subracks can be configured in a 2000mm or 2200mm cabinet, and one to four subracks in 2600mm cabinet. User can fix subrack in the cabinet from the front. The installation mode can meet the requirements of maintenance from the equipment front, cabinet installation against wall, and back-to-back installation.

Subrack

Board Area

The board area has two layers, 17 slots in each layer; Functional/service interface boards shall be plugged in the upper layer; Except for the PWR board, functional/service boards shall be plugged in the lower layer; 443.7(Height)482.6(Width)270mm(Depth)
Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Service Interface Alarm Interface

Subrack size:

NCPI

SCI

PWR

PWR

16VC4

16VC4

16VC4

16VC4

2VC4

2VC4

4VC4

4VC4

4VC4

4VC4

2VC4

2VC4

CSB

CSB

NCP

SC

Fan Plug-in Box

SC

Subrack

Backplane

S330 backplane size is 432 mm (length)322 mm (width)4 mm (thickness) Backplane communicates with the ZXMP S330 boards, and external signals via interfaces and sockets. There are service bus, overhead bus, clock bus, board-inposition bus on the Backplane. There are tin bands serving as ground cables in the front and rear of the motherboard where the motherboard contacts the subrack, to ensure electrical connection between subrack and motherboard. The sockets and interfaces of motherboard can be divided into the upper layer and the lower layer. Functional/service interface boards are connected to the upper layer sockets. Functional/service boards are connected to the lower layer sockets.

Subrack

Sockets and Interfaces

1Service interface board socket 2Service board socket 3SC board socket 4CS board socket 5NCP board socket 6NCPI board socket 715 A black connector terminal 8Indicator board alarm interface 9Power supply interface 10Power alarm interface 11SCI board socket

Subrack

Fan Plug-in Box

A fan plug-in box consists of one fan motherboard and three independent fan boxes arranged side by side. Fan box has electrical connection to the fan motherboard through the socket at the box rear side. Fan box has independent locking function, with running and alarm indicators on its front panel

1. Mounting bracket

2. Fan box

1. Fan box

2. Fan

3. Indicator

4. Button switch

Subrack

Fan plug-in box

Fan plug-in box dissipates heat and cools the ZXMP S330 equipment. It consists of one fan motherboard (FMB) and three independent fan boxes arranged sid by side. Each subrack is configured with one fan plug-in box. Controlled by the NCP board, the FAN board provides three levels of wind speed, i.e., fast, slow and stop. It provides the NCP board with the running blocked signal for monitoring. If a FAN board fails to communicate with the NCP board, it will control the fan to run at the fast level.

Subrack Motherboard (MB)

NCP

Fan Motherboard (FMB)

Fan Board

Fan Board

Fan Board

Subrack

Dustproof Unit

A brand-new dustproof design adapts to ZXMP S330 to abandon the separate dustproof plug-in box. The pull-push operation mode makes periodic cleaning convenient. Cleaning label appears on the front panel in addition. The dustproof unit is installed under the fan plug-in box. It filters air and prevents dusts from entering the subrack, to ensure subracks electrical performance.

1. Air filter

2. Front panel

3. Cleaning label

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Product Overview System Features System Structure Boards Information

ZXMP S330 Boards List


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 MB CSB SC SCI-75 SCI-120 NCP NCPI PWR OL16X1 OL1/4X4 LP1x1 LP1x2 LP4X1 LP4X2 Name Mother Board Cross-Switch type B Synchronous Clock Synchronous Clock Interface75 Synchronous Clock Interface120 Net Control Processor Net Control Processor Interface Power Optical Line STM-16 Optical Line STM-1/44 Line Process STM-1 Line Process STM-12 Line Process STM-4 Line Process STM-42 Meaning

ZXMP S330 Board List


No.
15 16 17 18 19 20

Name
OIS1x1 OIS1x2 OIS1x4 OIS1x6 OIS4x1 OIS4x2

Meaning
Optical Interface of STM-11 Optical Interface of STM-12 Optical Interface of STM-14 Optical Interface of STM-16 Optical Interface of STM-41 Optical Interface of STM-42

21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28

BIS1
ESS1x2 EPE1x2175 EPE1x21120 EPT1x21100 EPE1B BIE1x21 ESE1x21 75

Bridge Interface of STM-1


Electrical Switching of STM-12 Electrical Process of E121 75 Electrical Process of E121 120 Electrical Process of T121 100 Electrical Process of E1/T121 Bridge Interface of E1/T1 Electrical Switching of E121 75

29

ESE1x21 120

Electrical Switching of E1/T121120 /100

ZXMP S330 Board List


No.
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Name
EPE3x3 EPT3x3 EP3x3 BIE3x3 ESE3x3 SFEx6 SED EIFEx4 EIFEx6 BIFE AP1x4 OA RSEB FAN FMB

Meaning
Electrical Process of E33 Electrical Process of T33 Electrical Process of E3/T33 Bridge Interface of E3/T33 Electrical Switching of E3/T33 Smart Fast Ethernet Enhanced Smart Ethernet Electrical Interface of Smart Fast Ethernet

Bridge Interface of Fast Ethernet ATM Processor with 4 STM-1 port Optical Amplifier Ethernet Processor with RPR Function FAN board Fan Mother Board

ZXMP S330 Subsystems


No.
1 2

Unit and Subsystem


Power Subsystem Synchronous Clock Subsystem PWR SCSCI

Boards Involved

3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10

NE Control&Processing Subsystem
Cross Connection Subsystem Optical Line Subsystem EP1 Subsystem EP3 Subsystem EOS Subsystem ATM Subsystem RPR Subsystem

NCPNCPI
CSACSB OL16x1, OL1/4x4, LP1x1LP1x2LP4x1LP4x2 OIS1x1OIS1x2OIS4x1OIS4x2ESS1x2BIS1 EPE1x21EPT1x21EPE1BESE1x21BIE1x21 EPE3x3EPT3x3EP3x3ESE3x3BIE3x3 SFEx6EIFEx4OIS1x4BIFE AP1x4OIS1x4 RSEBOIS1x4EIFE4

The power distribution box outputs the -48 V power supply to PWR board via air switch. PWR board filters out EMI and ripples using filter circuit, and then supplies the power to subrack. Supports 1+1 hot backup. Can prevent reverse connection of power supply Detects over/under-voltage and board-in-position signals.

NCPI

NCP

17

16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

13

12

Service interface board


11

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

10

CS

PWR

CS

PWR

SC

SCI

SC

Power Subsystem

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
2

PWR

Service interface board

Service board
1

Service interface board

Service board

10

11

12

13

Service interface board

Service board

14

Service interface board Service board

15

16

Service interface board Service board

17

Power Subsystem

PWR interface

Power input interface uses a D-type connector with three jacks. The signals of these jacks from top to bottom are: -48V GND PGND -48V -48V GND is connected to the -48V GND busbar of power distribution box; PGND is connected to the copper busbar at the side of cabinet; -48V is connected to the output terminal of air switch.

Power input interface

The SC unit is the timing unit of ZXMP S330 , It comprises SC boards and SCI board.

NCPI

NCP

17

16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

13

Synchronous Clock Subsystem

12

Service interface board Service board


11

Service interface board


CSB

Service board

10

CSB

PWR

PWR

SC

SCI

SC

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
2

Service interface board

Service board
1

Service interface board

Service board

10

11

12

13

Service interface board Service board

14

Service interface board Service board

15

16

Service interface board Service board

17

SC board functions

Provides system clock signals and system frame head signals for all the units of ZXMP S330. Employs the software-controlled phase-locking circuit to achieve four working modes as follows:

Fast capture mode Tracing mode Hold mode Free-oscillation mode

Supports eight clock sources simultaneously. The timing reference can come from any line or tributary, 2 MHz, or 2 Mbit/s interfaces. Selects a timing reference for the NE from the effective timing sources, and allocates it to other units in the NE. Performs protection switching among reference sources based on the alarm of reference source and the synchronization status. Implements network-wide clock synchronization. SC board supports hot standby mode.

SC board functional blocks

Line/tributary clock inputs SCI board 2.048 MHz 2.048 Mbit/s SCI board

Timing reference selection unit

External clock output unit

SCI board

Power supply unit

Control unit

Clock generation and allocation unit

Board

Switching control unit

SC board front panel

There are three indicators on the front panel, which are in turn the RUN (green) indicator, the M/S (green) indicator, and the ALM (red) indicator from top to bottom.
RUN Status Flickers( once/second) Flickers( once/second) Flickers( once/second) Constantly on Constantly on Flickers( 5 times/second) Flickers( 5 times/second) Flickers( 5 times/second) M/S Status Flickers( 5 times /second) Flickers( once /second) Flickers( 0.5 times /second) Constantly on ALM Status Constantly off Constantly on Flickers( once/second) Flickers( 5 times/second) Flickers( once/second) Flickers( 5 times/second) Flickers( once/second) Constantly on Meaning Fast capture Tracing mode Free-oscillation mode Hold mode Fault or alarm occurs during running Meaning Running normally

Constantly off

Standby mode

SCI board functions

SCI board provides SC board with four channels of external reference clock outputs, and four channels of external reference clock inputs. ZXMP S330 supports two kinds of SCI boards:

SCI-75 is a 75 SCI board. It provides two channels of 2.048 Mbit/s and 2.048 MHz coaxial 75 receiving/transmitting interfaces (led out via 8 coaxial connectors). The first channel of 2.048 Mbit/s output and that of 2.048 MHz output originate from the same clock source, while the second channel of 2.048 Mbit/s output and that of 2.048 MHz output originate from the same clock source. SCI-120 is a 120 SCI board. It provides two channels of 2.048 Mbit/s and 2.048 MHz 120 RJ11l receiving/transmitting interfaces (led out via eight RJ11 connectors). The first channel of 2.048 Mbit/s output and that of 2.048 MHz output originate from the same clock source, while the second channel of 2.048 Mbit/s output and that of 2.048 MHz output originate from the same clock source.

SCI board working principle

At the external clock input side:

SCI board sends the received 2.048 Mbit/s and 2.048 MHz clock signals to the motherboard, and the motherboard sends the clock signals to SC board for processing.

At the external clock output side:

through the motherboard, SCI board receives the 2.048 Mbit/s and 2.048 MHz clock signals processed by SC board, and then sends the clock signals to external equipment.

SCI board front panel


No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Interface ID
INB1 OUTB1 INB2 OUTB2 INH1 OUTH1 INH2 OUTH2

Definition
The first channel of 2 Mbit/s synchronous clock input interface The first channel of 2 Mbit/s synchronous clock output interface The second channel of 2 Mbit/s synchronous clock input interface The second channel of 2 Mbit/s synchronous clock output interface The first channel of 2 MHz synchronous clock input interface The first channel of 2 MHz synchronous clock output interface The second channel of 2 MHz synchronous clock input interface The second channel of 2 MHz synchronous clock output interface

75 SCI board

120 SCI board

NCP unit is the network element control and processing unit. It comprises an NCP board and an NCPI board.

NCPI

NCP

17

16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

NE Control Processor Subsystem

13

12

Service interface board Service board


11 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 9 SC SC 10 11

Service interface board Service board


CSB

10

PWR

SCI

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
2

Service interface board

Service board
1

CSB

PWR

12

13

Service interface board Service board

14

Service interface board Service board

15

16

Service interface board Service board

17

NCP board functions

NCP board has NE control and Order Wire functions

NE control functions

Sends the configuration commands to other boards and collects their performance data and alarms. Exchanges EMS information between NEs through ECC channel. Through the Qx interface, NCP board reports to the SMCC the alarms and performance messages of this NE and of the subnet to which the NE belongs, and receives the commands and configurations sent by the SMCC to the NE and to the subnet to which the NE belongs. Detects the fan running status, and reports alarm once the fan stops running. Provides a four-digit DIP switch to set the software state. NCP software state may be "Download" or "Running".
The Download state: Set the DIP switch to all ON. It is used to download applications and NCP parameter configuration. The Running state: Set the DIP switch to not all ON and not all OFF. It is used to start the NCP board application and makes the NCP board to enter the normal running state.

NCP board functions

NCP board has NE control and Order Wire functions

NE control functions

Implements orderwire interworking between NEs via the E1 and E2 bytes. Provides two voice channels that are independent with each other. The system can support up to 16 orderwire directions. Achieves calls based on point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, point-to-group. Sets orderwire numbers via the EMS. Prevents the orderwire from being looped through orderwire control point set by EMS. The orderwire software can be downloaded online by the EMS. S1S2S3 #888S1S2S3 #999S1S2S3

Calling mode
1.Point-to-point 2.Point-to-multipoint 3.Point-to-group

NCP board functional block

Board-in-position detection Real-time clock NE alarm output Board reset control External alarm input ECC interface Fan and subrack power monitoring

Qx interface

Control unit

Connection Between NCP and Other Boards

NCP Unit

External alarm input/output

NCPI board

Service board

NCP board

Reference clock input

SC board

SDH Network Management System


LCT
f interface

SMCC
Qx interface

NCP
Subnetwork 1

NCP

NCP
ECC interface

NCP
Subnetwork 2

NCP

NCP
S interface

NCP

MCU

MCU

... MCU

NCP board front panel

There are three indicators on the front panel, which are in turn the RUN (green) indicator, the M/S (green) indicator, and the ALM (red) indicator from top to bottom. There are three interfaces on the front panel, which are in turn the f interface, Qx interface, OW interface from top to bottom There are two buttons on the front panel, which are in turn the Bell-Off, RESET from top to bottom.

1 Indicators (RUN, OW, and ALM) 2 f Interface 3Qx interface

4 Orderwire interface (OW) 5 Ring trip button (BELL-OFF) 6 Reset button (RESET)

NCPI board

The NCPI board provides the user loop trunk interface, alarm output interface of column head cabinet, and F1 interface/external alarm input interface. There are three interfaces on NCPI board

User loop trunk interface (TRK): Connects orderwire calls between two subnets. Uses the RJ11 socket; Alarm output interface to head cabinet with DB9 socket; F1 interface/External alarm input interface: Inputs external alarms and connects the 64 K codirectional interface equipment. It use DB15 socket(female).

1User loop trunk interface (TRK) 2Alarm output interface to head cabinet with DB9 socket 3 F1 interface/External alarm input interface

16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

13

12

Service interface board Service board


11 11

Service interface board Service board


CSB

10

CSB

PWR

PWR

SC

SCI

SC

Service interface board


6

Service board

CS subsystem

Service interface board


4

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
2

CSA

CSB

Service interface board

Service board
1

Service interface board

Service board

10

12

13

Service interface board Service board

14

Service interface board Service board

15

16

Service interface board Service board

The higher-order cross-connection capacity is 128128 VC-4 include lowerorder cross-connect capacity The lower-order cross-connect capacity is 20162016 VC-12 The higher-order cross-connection capacity is 104104 VC-4include lowerorder cross-connect capacity The lower-order cross-connect capacity is 10081008 VC-12
NCPI

NCP

17

17

CS board functions

CSB board cross-connects the traffic of ZXMP S330. Implements the service interworking among multiple directions and provides external traffic access. Completes multiplex section APS protection switching. Monitors the alarm information of AUs in all directions and implements path protection switching. Monitors the state of all service boards and implements the 1:N (N5) board protection. Can insert the AU-AIS signal or unequipped VC-4 data to the unconfigured service. Can overlap 2 M traffic, namely, combine the traffic of multiple 2 M electrical service boards into a group of AU-4 signals. Supports 1+1 backup.

CS board functional blocks

2.5 G optical receive interface

Optical module
2.5 G optical transmit interface

Multiplexing/De multiplexing unit

Traffic processing unit

CS, SC boards

Monitoring unit

Control unit

NCP board

CS board capacity

CS board capacity CSA


The higher-order cross-connection capacity is 104104AU4 The lower-order cross-connection capacity is 1616 AU4 The higher-order cross-connection capacity is 128128AU4 The lower-order cross-connection capacity is 3232 AU4

CSB

The service access capacity assigned by CS board in each slot.

1 6

1 6

S C

S C

C S

C S

1 6

1 6

N C P

Note: The numbers represent service access capacity, the unit is AU-4

CS board front panel

There are three indicators on the front panel, which are in turn the RUN (green) indicator, the M/S (green) indicator, and the ALM (red) indicator from top to bottom. The M/S indicator is the master/standby indicator. If this indicator is constantly ON, it indicates that the current board is in the active state; If this indicator is constantly OFF, it indicates that the current board is in the standby state.

indicator

Optical Line Processor

High speed OLP board: the interface and service processing are together in the same board.

Low speed OLP boards: the interface and service processing are separated in different boards.

OL16x1 board has one STM-16 optical interface with LC/PC connector;

NCPI

NCP

17

16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

OL16x1 board can be installed in the slot 5,6,11,12.

13

12

Service interface board Service board


11 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 9 10 11

Service interface board Service board

Optical Line board OL16x1

PWR

10

PWR

SCI

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
2

Service interface board

Service board
1

SC

SC

CS

CS

12

13

Service interface board Service board

14

Service interface board Service board

15

16

Service interface board Service board

17

OL16x1 board funtions


Terminates and regenerates the STM-16 regenerator section over head and multiplex section overhead; Interprets the AU-4 pointer and obtains the VC payload. Forwards EMS information from optical line board to NCP board; Outputs the received reference clock to SC board; Supports query of parameters of four optical modules: optical received power module, optical launched power module, temperature module, and laser working current module; Supports color optical interface. Supports online query of optical module type. Supports HP-TCM( Higher-order Path Tandem Connection Monitoring) function. On the border of different carriers networks, it can detect the number of B3 block errors received by this network, as well as the number of B3 block errors sent from this network to next network.

OL16x1 board functional blocks

2.5 G optical receive interface

Optical module
2.5 G optical transmit interface

Multiplexing/De multiplexing unit

Traffic processing unit

CS, SC boards

Monitoring unit

Control unit

NCP board

OL16x1 board front panel

1Running status indicator RUN 2Work indicator M/S 3Alarm indicator ALM 4Optical transmit interface and receive interface RX/TX 5Laser warning sign 6Laser level sign

Optical line board OL1/4x4

OL1/4x4 board can process four channels of STM-1 or STM-4 optical signals. User can set the number of optical interfaces to be 1, 2, 3, or 4 as per the actual requirements. OL1/4x4 board supports the following three work modes:

OL1 mode: rates of all the optical interfaces are STM-1. OL4 mode: rates of all the optical interfaces are STM-4. OL1/4 mode: rates of some optical interfaces are STM-1, and rates of others are STM-4.

Position of OL1/4x4 Board in Subrack :


Service interface board
1

Service interface board


2

Service interface board


3

Service interface board


4

Service interface board

Service interface board


6

Service interface board

Service interface board

Service interface board

Service interface board

Service interface board

Service interface board

SCI

PWR

PWR

NCPI

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Service board
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Service board
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Service board
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Service board
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Service board

Service board
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Service board

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Service board

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Optical line board OL1/4x4

Descriptions of OL1/4x4 Board Positions in ZXMP S330 Subrack


Slot No. Descriptions OL1/4x4 board inserted in these slots can only work in OL1 mode. And the 3rd and 4th optical interface pairs can only work for regenerator, not for adding/dropping traffic. OL1/4x4 board inserted in these slots can work in either OL1 mode or OL4 mode. When working in OL4 mode, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th optical interface pairs can only work for regenerator, not for adding/dropping traffic. OL1/4x4 board inserted in these slots can work in OL1 mode, OL4 mode, or OL1/OL4 mode.

Lower-layer service board slots 1, 2, 15, 16

Lower-layer service board slots 3, 4, 13, 14

Lower layer service board slots 5, 6, 11, 12

Note: If all the optical interfaces of OL1/4x4 board work for regenerator, this OL1/4x4 board can be inserted in any lower-layer service board slot.

OL1/4x4 board functions


OL1/4x4 board processes STM-1/4 optical signals. Its interface types are LC/PC. It supports bidirectional fiber. Implements conversion between optical and electrical signals. Forwards EMS information from optical line board to NCP board. Outputs the received reference clock to SC board. Supports query of parameters of four optical modules: optical received power module, optical launched power module, temperature module, and laser working current module. Supports online query of optical module type. Supports HP-TCM (Higher-order Path Tandem Connection Monitoring) function. On the border of different carriers networks, it can detect the number of B3 block errors received by this network, as well as the number of B3 block errors sent from this network to next network.

OL1/4x4 board functional blocks

622 M/155 M optical receive interface

Optical module
622 M/155 M optical transmit interface

Multiplexing/De multiplexing unit

Traffic processing unit

CS, SC boards

Monitoring unit

Control unit

NCP board

OL1/4x4 board front panel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Running status indicator (RUN) Work indicator (M/S) Alarm indicator (ALM) Optical transmit interfaces and receive interfaces (TX, RX) Laser warning sign Laser level sign

OL1/4 Subsystem

Processes STM-1 or STM-4 optical traffic, and STM-1 electrical traffic.Provides 1:N (N5) protection for the boards that process STM-1 electrical traffic. different board combinations implement different functions.
Function Process STM-1 optical traffic Process STM-1 electrical traffic Provide 1:N (N5) protection for the board processing STM-1 electrical traffic Boards Involved LP1x1 (or LP1x2), OIS1x1 (or OIS1x2)
LP1x1 (or LP1x2), ESS1x2

LP1x1 (or LP1x2), ESS1x2, BIS1

Process STM-4 optical traffic LP4x1 (or LP4x2), OIS4x1 (or OIS4x2) Note: ZXMP S330 can support at most two groups of 1:N (N5) protection for the boards that process STM-1 electrical traffic.

Connection relations in OL1/4 subsystem


The interface board and the service board are connected via STM-1/4 electrical signals. The service board is connected to the CS board via a bus. The service board converts the STM-1/4 data got from the interface board into a bus and then sends the data to the CS board. And the service board also obtains the bus data sent by the CS board, processes the data, and then sends the data to the interface board. The service board exchanges the DCC information on the line with the NCP board, and provides overhead bytes for the orderwire part of the NCP. The SC board provides the service board with the system clock and the system frame head. The service board divides the frequency of the received clock, and then sends it to the SC board as one of the reference clocks.
Interface board Switching board
Sy ste fra m c me loc he k a ad nd

Service board

CS board

SC board

Re ce re ived fer c en loc ce k

NCP board

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NCP

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Positions of boards in OL1/4 subsystem

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15

Service interface board Service board

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13

12

Service interface board Service board

11

Service interface board Service board

10

CS

PWR

CS

PWR

SC

SCI

SC

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

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Service interface board Service board

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Service interface board Service board

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Available Slots of Boards in OL1/4 Subsystem


Board ID Available Slots Lower-layer service board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16 Remarks

LP1x1
LP1x2 LP4x1 LP4x2 BIS1 OIS1x1 OIS1x2 ESS1x2 OIS4x1 OIS4x2

The protection board can only be inserted in slot 1 and slot 16. When LP4x2 board is inserted in slot 3, 4, 13, Lower-layer service board slots 3 or 14, its 2nd optical interface pair can only to 6 and slots 11 to 14 work for regenerator, not for adding/dropping traffic. It is used when the 1:N (N5) protection is Upper-layer service interface board required for the boards that process STM-1 slot 1 and slot 16. electrical traffic. Upper-layer service interface board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16

Upper-layer service interface board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16


Upper-layer service interface board OIS4x1 board works with LP4x1 board. slots 3 to 6 and slots 11 to 14 OIS4x2 board works with LP4x2 board.

OL1/4 Subsystem functional blocks

622 M/155 M optical receive interface

Optical module
622 M/155 M optical transmit interface

Multiplexing/De multiplexing unit

Traffic processing unit

CS, SC boards

Monitoring unit

Control unit

NCP board

LP1x1/LP1x2 boards

LP1x1 board processes one channel of STM-1 traffic. LP1x2 board processes two channels of STM-1 traffic. Forwards EMS information from optical line board to NCP board, and outputs the received reference clock to the SC board. Works with ESS1x2 board to process STM-1 electrical traffic. Works with ESS1x2 board and BIS1 board to implement 1:N (N5) protection for the boards that process STM-1 electrical traffic. Works with OIS1x1 or OIS1x2 board to process STM-1 optical traffic.

LP1 board front panel

There are three indicators on the front panel, which are in turn the RUN (green) indicator, the M/S (green) indicator, and the ALM (red) indicator from top to bottom. M/S indicator is ON if the board is in active status. It is OFF if the board is in standby status.

indicator

LP4x1/LP4x2 board

LP4x1 board processes one channel of STM-4 traffic. LP4x2 board processes two channels of STM-4 traffic. Forwards EMS information from optical line board to NCP board, and outputs the received reference clock to the SC board. Works with OIS4x1 or OIS4x2 board to process STM-4 optical traffic.

ESS1x2 board
ESS1x2 board is the interface switching board. It has the following functions: Provides LP1x1/LP1x2 board with two STM-1 electrical receive interfaces and two STM-1 electrical transmit interfaces. When 1:N (N5) protection for LP1x1/LP1x2 board is not required, the ESS1x2 board only performs STM-1 electrical interface function. When 1:N (N5) protection for LP1x1/LP1x2 board is required, ESS1x2 board works with BIS1 board to implement 1:N (N5) protection for LP1x1/LP1x2 board. At the receive side, ESS1x2 board receives the 155 Mbit/s electrical signal from the outside. Then it processes the electrical signal and sends it to LP1x1/LP1x2 board via the motherboard for further processing. At the transmit side, ESS1x2 board receives the 155 Mbit/s electrical signal sent by LP1x1/LP1x2 board via the motherboard. It processes the electrical signal, and then sends the signal to the outside. In the case of 1:N (N5) protection for LP1x1/LP1x2 board, ESS1x2 board decides whether to send the electrical signal to the working LP1x1/LP1x2 board or to the protection LP1x1/LP1x2 board according to the control signal from the CS board. 1. Electrical receive interface
2. 3. 4. Electrical transmit interface Electrical receive interface Electrical transmit interface

OIS1x1/OIS1x2/OIS4x1/OIS4x2 board

OIS1x1 board provides LP1x1 board with one STM-1 optical receive/transmit interface. OIS1x2 board provides LP1x2 board with two STM-1 optical receive/transmit interfaces. OIS4x1 board provides LP4x1 board with one STM-4 optical receive/transmit interface. OIS4x2 board provides LP4x2 board with two STM-4 optical receive/transmit interfaces. The optical transmit interfaces can shut down laser. At the receive side, the board receives 622 Mbit/s or 155 Mbit/s optical signal, it converts the optical signal into electrical signal, and informs the service board about optical signal loss. Finally, it sends the electrical signal to line processor board via motherboard for further processing. At the transmit side, the board receives electrical signal sent by line processor board via the motherboard. Then, it converts the electrical signal into 622 Mbit/s or 155 Mbit/s optical signal. In addition, it controls the laser shutdown. Finally, it transmits the optical signal to the outside.

11 21 32 42

BIS1 board

BIS1 board is a bridge interface board

Used only when the 1:N protection for LP1x1/LP1x2 board is required, and inserted in the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection LP1x1/LP1x2 board. According to the protection control signal from CS board, BIS1 board functions as a bridge between the protection LP1x1/LP1x2 board and the ESS1x2 board which corresponds to the faulty LP1x1/LP1x2 board. When fault occurs to a working LP1x1/LP1x2 board, according to the control signal sent by CS board, BIS1 board bridges the signals sent/received by the ESS1x2 board which corresponds to the faulty LP1x1/LP1x2 board to the protection LP1x1/LP1x2 board for processing. BIS1 board has no front panel and external interface.

OL1/4 Subsystem Configuration Example


With this configuration, the subsystem can process STM-1 electrical traffic. It can provide one group of 1:3 protection for LP1x1 boards. The LP1x1 board in slot 1 is the protection board; and the LP1x1 boards in slots 2, 3, and 4 are working boards.
E S S 1 x 2 2 L P 1 x 1 E S S 1 x 2 3 L P 1 x 1 E S S 1 x 2 4 L P 1 x 1 O I S 4 x 1 5 L P 4 x 1 O I S 4 x 1 6 L P 4 x 1 O I S 4 x 1 10 11 L P 4 x 1 O I S 4 x 1 12 L P 4 x 1 O I S 1 x 1 13 L P 1 x 1 14 15 16

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OA board

OA board amplifies one channel of optical signal. Its amplification function is independent of optical signal rate. By amplifying the optical power of light with 1550 nm wavelength, OA board can improve the non-regenerator transmission distance and provide transparent transmission channel for optical signals. The data rate can be 2.5 Gbit/s, 622 Mbit/s, or 155 Mbit/s. OA board supports query of four kinds of parameters: optical launched power, optical received power, module temperature, and laser working current.
West optical line board East optical line board

OA board

OA board

In practice, EDFA is classified into Optical Booster Amplifier (OBA), Optical Pre-Amplifier (OPA), or Optical Line Amplifier (OLA) according to the position and effect of EDFA.

OBA locates at the transmitting end of the system. It boosts the optical launched power of the system, and extends the distance of the regenerator. OPA locates at the receiving end of the system. It amplifies the weak transmitted signals, and boosts the input power of the system receiver. OLA locates in the middle of the optical fiber line of the system. It replaces the optical regenerator.

OA board can be inserted in any service board slot in ZXMP S330 subrack

OA board front panel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Running status indicator (RUN) Work indicator (M/S) Alarm indicator (ALM) Optical transmit interface and receive interface (TX, RX) Laser warning sign Laser level sign

EP1 Subsystem

Maps/demaps PDH E1/T1 electrical signals. Provides 1:N (N5) protection for E1/T1 tributary boards. The EP1 subsystem comprises EPE1x21, EPT1x21, EPE1B, BIE1x21, and ESE1x21 boards. Different board combinations can implement different functions
Function
Process E1 electrical signal Provide 1:N (N5) protection for E1 tributary board

Boards Involved
EPE1x21 (or EPE1B) and ESE1x21 EPE1x21 (or EPE1B), BIE1x21, and ESE1x21

Process T1 electrical signal


Provide 1:N (N5) protection for T1 tributary board

EPT1x21 (or EPE1B) and ESE1x21


EPT1x21 (or EPE1B), BIE1x21, and ESE1x21

NCPI

NCP

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16

15

Service interface board Service board

Positions of EP1 Subsystem Boards

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Service interface board Service board

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Service interface board Service board

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CS

PWR

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PWR

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SCI

SC

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board

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Available Slots of Boards in EP1 Subsystem


Board ID Available Slots Remarks

EPE1x21, EPT1x21, EPE1B


ESE1x21

The protection board can be Lower-layer service board slots 1 inserted in any slot of lowerto 6 and slots 11 to 16 layer service board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16. Upper-layer service interface board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16.
It is used when the 1:N (N5) protection is required for E1/T1 Upper-layer service interface board tributary board. It is inserted in slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16. the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection tributary board.

BIS1

EPE1x21/EPT1x21/EPE1B board
These boards are E1/T1 (electrical) tributary boards.

EPE1x21 can process up to 21 channels of E1 traffic. EPT1x21 can process up to 21 channels of T1 traffic. EPE1B can process up to 21 channels of E1 or T1 traffic. The timeslots used to add traffic and the timeslots used to drop traffic can be different. Supports concurrent transmitting and preferred receiving. "Preferred receiving" is implemented by detecting alarm and performance data in different timeslots, and then selecting the relatively normal timeslots for demapping. "Concurrent transmitting" is implemented by sending data to different AU bus timeslots concurrently. Extracts and inserts path overheads. For each board, four tributaries support tributary retiming, and four tributaries support clock extraction from tributary. Works with BIE1x21 and ESE1x21 boards to implement the 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board. ZXMP S330 supports at most two groups of 1:5 protection for EPE1x21/EPT1x21/EPE1B boards. Besides the above functions, EPE1B board supports the unframing and framing methods: Unframing method: The board only detects LOS alarm, AIS alarm, and CV performance count at E1/T1 interface. Framing method: Besides all the information detected in the unframing method, the board also detects the LOF/RAI framing alarm of received E1/T1 signal, and displays them on the EMS. User can judge whether fault is caused by transmission equipment or by terminal equipment according to the EMS framing alarm information.

EPE1x21/EPT1x21/EPE1B board functional blocks

E1/T1 tributary traffic Traffic processing unit System clock, frame head Tributary clock

CS board

Clock unit

NCP board

Control unit

Power supply unit

ESE1x21 board
ESE1x21 board is the interface switching board.

Provides twenty-one E1/T1 electrical interface pairs. When 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board is needed, ESE1x21 board works with BIE1x21 board to implement the protection. When 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board is not needed, ESE1x21 board only provides E1/T1 electrical interfaces. At the receive side, ESE1x21 board receives the E1/T1 electrical signal from the outside, extracts the electrical signal, and then sends it to the electrical tributary board via the motherboard for processing. At the transmit side, ESE1x21 board receives the signal sent by the electrical tributary board via the motherboard, and then sends the signal to the outside. In the case of 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board, ESE1x21 board determines whether to send the electrical signal to the working tributary board or to the protection tributary board according to the control signal from CS board.

1. Electrical interface

BIE1x21 board

Functions as a bridge between the protection tributary board and the interface switching board corresponding to the faulty tributary board. Used only when 1:N (N5) protection for E1/T1 tributary board is required. Is inserted in the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection tributary board. When fault occurs to a working EPE1x21/EPT1x21/EPE1B board, according to the control signal sent by CS board, BIE1x21 board bridges the signals sent/received by the ESE1x21 board which corresponds to the faulty tributary board to the protection tributary board for processing. BIE1x21 board has no front panel and external interface.

EP1 Subsystem Configuration Example


With this configuration, the system can process E1 electrical traffic. It can provide one group of 1:3 protection for EPE1x21 boards. The EPE1x21 board in slot 1 is the protection board; and the EPE1x21 boards in slots 2, 3, 4 are working boards.

B I E 1 x 21 1 E P E 1 x 21 1

E S E 1 x 2 2 E P E 1 x 21 2

E S E 1 x 2 3 E P E 1 x 21 3

E S E 1 x 2 4 E P E 1 x 21 4 5 O L 16 x 1 5 6 O L 16 x 1 6

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E S E 1 x 21 13 E P E 1 x 21 13 14 15 16 14 15 16

NCPI

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SC

CS

CS

NCP

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EP3 Subsystem

Maps/demaps PDH E3/T3 electrical signals. Provides 1:N (N5) protection for E3/T3 tributary boards. Comprises EPE3x3, EPT3x3, EP3x3, ESE3x3, and BIE3x3 boards. Different board combinations can implement different functions

Function
Process E3 electrical signal Provide 1:N (N5) protection for E3 tributary board Process T3 electrical signal Provide 1:N (N5) protection for T3 tributary board

Boards Involved
EPE3x3 (or EP3x3), ESE3x3 EPE3x3 (or EP3x3), BIE3x3, ESE3x3 EPT3x3 (or EP3x3), ESE3x3 EPT3x3 (or EP3x3), BIE3x3, ESE3x3

NCPI

NCP

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16

15

Service interface board Service board

Positions of EP3 Subsystem Boards

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12

Service interface board Service board


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Service interface board Service board

PWR

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SCI

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Available Slots of Boards in EP3 Subsystem


Board ID EPE3x3, EPT3x3, EP3x3 ESE3x3 Available Slots Remarks

Lower-layer service board slots 1 The protection board can only be to 6 and slots 11 to 16 inserted in slot 1 and slot 16.
Upper-layer service interface board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16. It is used when the 1:N (N5) protection is required for E3/T3 Upper-layer service interface tributary board. It is inserted in board slot 1 and slot 16. the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection tributary board.

BIS1

EPE3x3/EPT3x3/EP3x3 board functions

These three boards are (electrical) tributary boards.


EPE3x3 can process three channels of E3 traffic. EPT3x3 can process three channels of T3 traffic. EP3x3 can process three channels of E3 or T3 traffic. Its port rate can be configured as E3 or T3 via the EMS. It supports mapping/demapping and multiplexing/demultiplexing of three channels of E3/T3 signals into/from any timeslot of an AU-4. EP3x3 supports the unframing and framing methods: Unframing method: For E3 interface, EP3x3 board detects LOS/AIS alarm and CV performance count. For T3 interface, EP3x3 board only detects LOS alarm and CV performance count. Framing method: Besides all the information detected in the unframing method, EP3x3 board also detects the LOF/RAI framing alarm of received E3/T3 signal, and AIS alarm of received T3 signal; and displays them on the EMS. User can judge whether fault is caused by transmission equipment or by terminal equipment according to the EMS framing alarm information. The timeslots used to add traffic and the timeslots used to drop traffic can be different. Reads the alarm and performance information of E3/T3 interface and VC-3 path; and reports them to the EMS. Works with BIE3x3 and ESE3x3 boards to implement the 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board. ZXMP S330 supports at most two groups of 1:5 protection for EPE3x3/EPT3x3/EP3x3 boards.

EPE3x3/EPT3x3/EP3x3 board functional blocks

CS board

Traffic processing unit

Line interface unit

E3/T3 tributary traffic

Clock unit

System clock Reference clock

NCP board

Control unit

Power supply unit

ESE3x3 board
ESE3x3 board is the interface switching board.

Provides three E3/T3 electrical interface pairs. When 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board is needed, ESE3x3 board works with BIE3x3 board to implement the protection. When 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board is not needed, ESE3x3 board only provides E3/T3 electrical interfaces. At the receive side, ESE3x3 board receives E3/T3 electrical signal from the outside, extracts the electrical signal, and then sends the signal to the electrical tributary board via the motherboard for processing. At the transmit side, ESE3x3 board receives the signal sent by the electrical tributary board via the motherboard, and then sends the signal to the outside. In the case of 1:N (N5) protection for tributary board, the ESE3x3 board determines whether to send electrical signal to the working tributary board or to the protection tributary board according to the control signal from CS board.
1. Electrical receive interface 1 3. Electrical receive interface 2 5. Electrical receive interface 3 2. Electrical transmit interface 1 4. Electrical transmit interface 2 6. Electrical transmit interface 3

BIE3x3 board

Functions as a bridge between the protection tributary board and the ESE3x3 board corresponding to the faulty tributary board. Used only when 1:N (N5) protection for E3/T3 tributary board is required. Inserted in the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection tributary board. When fault occurs to a working EPE3x3/EPT3x3/EP3x3 board, according to the control signal sent by CS board, BIE3x3 board bridges the signals sent/received by the ESE3x3 board which corresponds to the faulty tributary board to the protection tributary board for processing. BIE3x3 board has no front panel and external interface.

EP3 Subsystem Configuration Example

With this configuration, the system can process E3 and T3 electrical traffic. It can provide one group of 1:3 protection for EPE3x3 boards. The EPE3x3 board in slot 1 is the protection board; and the EPE3x3 boards in slots 2, 3, 4 are working boards.
B I E 3 x 3 1 E P E 3 x 3 1 E S E 3 x 3 2 E P E 3 x 3 2 E S E 3 x 3 3 E P E 3 x 3 3 E S E 3 x 3 4 E P E 3 x 3 4 5 O L 16 x 1 5 6 O L 16 x 1 6 E S E 3 x 3 10 11 O L 16 x 1 11 12 O L 16 x 1 12 13 E P E 3 x 3 13 E S E 3 x 3 14 E P T 3 x 3 14 15 16 15 16

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PWR

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SC

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EOS Subsystem

Provides Ethernet electrical interfaces or Ethernet optical interfaces. Provides 1:N (N5) protection for Ethernet processor board that processes Ethernet electrical traffic. Connects the traffic between LANs, and the traffic between LAN and WAN, through the SDH system. The EOS subsystem comprises SFEx6, EIFEx4, EIFEx6, OIS1x4, OIS1x6 and BIFE boards. Different board combinations can implement different functions.

Remarks Boards Involved SFEx6, EIFEx4, SED Process Ethernet electrical traffic and EIFEx6 Provide 1:N (N5) protection for SFEx6, EIFEx4, and SFEx6 board that processes Ethernet BIFE electrical traffic SFEx6, OIS1x4, SED Provides no protection Process Ethernet optical traffic and OIS1x6 for the interface. Function

NCPI

NCP

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16

15

Service interface board Service board

14

13

EOS Subsystem Board Positions

12

Service interface board Service board


11 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 SC 9 10 11

Service interface board Service board

PWR

10

PWR

SCI

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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CS

CS

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Available Slots of Boards in EOS Subsystem

Board ID
SFEx6, SED

Remarks When 1: N (N5) Ethernet electrical service Lower-layer service protection is needed, the protection board board slots 1 to 6 and SFEx6 can be inserted in any slot of lower-layer slots 11 to 16 service board slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16.

Available Slots

EIFEx4 and Upper-layer service EIFEx6, interface board slots 1 to OIS1x4 and 6 and slots 11 to 16. OIS1x6 It is used when the 1:N (N5) protection is Upper-layer service required for SFEx6 boards that process Ethernet BIFE interface board slots 3 to electrical traffic. It is inserted in the service 6 and slots 11 to 14. interface board slot corresponding to the protection SFEx6 board.

SFEx6 board

SFEx6 board is the smart fast Ethernet board. It implements switching, mapping, and demapping of traffic between Ethernet interfaces. Supports four user ports (LAN interfaces) at the user side. Processes four channels of optical or electrical Ethernet traffic. Optical interfaces are provided by the OIS1x4 board, and electrical interfaces are provided by EIFEx4 board. Provides six system ports (WAN interfaces), and each with bandwidth of N2.176 M. Each WAN interface can be allocated with one to forty-six VC-12s, i.e., 2 M to 100 M, using virtual concatenation method as per the requirement. Up to 252 VC-12s can be allocated to all the WAN interfaces at the system side. Traffic of any WAN interface at the system side is carried by N (N= 1 to 46) bound VC-12s. The bindings are configured in the EMS. Multiple bound VC-12s are mapped into VC4 using the virtual concatenation method. Four LAN interfaces (user ports) can switch between each other at the L2 (the second layer of OSI model) line rate. In the transparent transmission mode, the four LAN interfaces and the first to fourth WAN interfaces can implement pure transparent transmission of fixed connections. Supports two VLAN modes: port-based VLAN and TAG-based VLAN. All the ports together support 4094 VLAN IDs. In the EMS, user can configure VLAN, flow control, address learning, spanning tree, QoS, and Trunk. Drops timeslots from AU bus, and maps traffic into the corresponding AU timeslots. Provides path protection for traffic. Extracts/inserts path overheads.

SFEx6 board functional blocks

System clock, frame head

Clock allocation unit L2 switching unit Ethernet interface unit

CSB board

Mapping/ demapping unit

Optical/electrical interface board

Control unit Power supply unit

SED

Supports 8 FE and 2 GE Ethernet interfaces at the user side, thus accesses 10 channels of Ethernet signal (LAN signal). There are 2 GE interfaces and 2 FE optical interfaces on the panel of the SED board. Among them, the GE interfaces support SFP optical or electrical interface module. As for the other 6 FE Ethernet interfaces, the physical electrical interfaces are provided by the EIFEx6 interface board and the physical optical interfaces are provided by the OIS1x6 interface board. Supports 16 VCG (EOS) ports at the system side, each port has the system bandwidth up to 8 AUGs. These VCG ports support 16:1 convergence ratio and bidirectional throughput capacity is up to 1Gbit/s. Supports three kinds of virtual concatenation: VC-12-Xv, VC-3-Xv and VC-4-Xv. Among which, VC-12Xv and VC-3-Xv can be mapped into a same VC-4 virtual container. A virtual concatenation supported by the SED board can contain 504 VC-12s, 24 VC-3s or 8 VC-4s at most. Each virtual concatenation group can bind 1-63 VC-12s, 1-24 VC-3s or 1-8 VC-4s. Uses a flexible VLAN processing mode, to configure the VLAN as per the service requirements, as well as to add, strip or modify the VLAN. Supports identifying QinQ and uses the outmost label 802.1Q as VLAN label to perform the research and learning, as well as isolate the service in the ring network. Supports the speed limitation based on port, VLAN ID or priority. Supports Jumbo frame of 1600 bytes. Supports LCAS and Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). Supports Trunk function at the port. Supports GFP encapsulation structure. Implements extracting/inserting path overhead.

SED board functional blocks

System clock, frame head

Clock allocation unit Ethernet switching unit 10 M/100 M Ethernet interface 1000 M Ethernet interface

CSB board

Mapping/ demapping unit

Ethernet processing unit

Control unit Power supply unit

OIS1x4/OIS1x6 board
OIS1x4 and OIS1x6 boards are the optical interface boards.

Provide the service processing board with 4 or 6 STM-1 optical interfaces separately. Support the function of shutting down the laser. At the receive side, the board receives optical signal from the outside. Then it converts the optical signal into electrical signal and extracts the line signal. Finally, it sends the processed electrical signal to the service processing board via the motherboard for processing. At the transmit side, the board receives electrical signal sent by the service processing board via the motherboard. Then, it converts the electrical signal into optical signal. Finally, it transmits the optical signal to the outside. The board structures of OIS1x4 and OIS1x6 are similar with each other except for the interface number on the front of the boards.

Take an OIS1x4 board as an example. The interfaces on the OIS1x4 board are Ethernet optical interfaces with LC/PC connectors, with the ascending numberings from top to bottom. The optical interfaces employ the SFP optical module. When working as Ethernet optical interfaces, they support the 100 M duplex work mode.

SED board front panel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Running status indicator (RUN) Master/slave indicator (M/S) Alarm indicator (ALM) FE optical interface GE optical interface

EIFEx4/ EIFEx6 board

Provide 4/6 pairs of the Ethernet electrical interface. When 1:N (N5) protection is needed, EIFEx4 board works with BIFE board to implement the protection. When 1:N (N5) protection is not needed, EIFEx4 board only provides Ethernet electrical interfaces. EIFEx4 and EIFEx6 have the same working principle.

At the receive side, the board receives Ethernet electrical signal from the outside, extracts the electrical signal, and then sends the signal to the Ethernet board via the motherboard for processing. At the transmit side, the board receives the signal sent by the Ethernet board via the motherboard, and then sends the signal to the outside.

In the case of 1:N (N5) protection, EIFEx4 board determines whether to send the signal to the working board or to the protection board according to the control signal from the CSB board.

BIFE board
BIFE board is the bridge interface board.

Functions as a bridge between the protection SFEx6 board and the interface switching board (EIFEx4) corresponding to the faulty SFEx6 board. Used only when 1:N (N5) protection for FE electrical traffic is required. Inserted in the service interface board slot corresponding to the protection board. When fault occurs to a working SFEx6 board, according to the control signal sent by CS board, BIFE board bridges the signals sent/received by the EIFEx4 board which corresponds to the faulty SFEx6 board to the protection SFEx6 board for processing. BIFE board has no front panel and external interface.

EOS Subsystem Configuration Example

With this configuration, the system can process Ethernet electrical traffic by the SFEx6 board and Ethernet optical traffic by the SED board. It can provide one group of 1:3 protection for Ethernet electrical traffic. The SFEx6 board in slot 3 is the protection board; and the SFEx6 boards in slots 1, 2, 4 are working boards.
B I F E E I F E x 4 E I F E x 4 E I F E x 4

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ATM Subsystem

ATM subsystem converges or aggregates ATM traffic to SDH transmission network. It comprises AP1x4 board and OIS1x4 board. AP1x4 board is the ATM processor board, OIS1x4 board is the service interface board.

Slots for AP1x4 board: slots 1 to 6 and slots 11 to 16 at subrack lower layer. Slot for OIS1x4 board: upper-layer service interface board slot corresponding to AP1x4 board.

NCPI

NCP

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ATM Subsystem board positions

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Service interface board Service board


11 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 9 SC SC 10 11

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CSB

10

PWR

SCI

Service interface board

Service board
6

Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
4

Service interface board

Service board
3

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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CSB

PWR

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Service interface board Service board

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AP1x4 board
AP1x4 board is the ATM processor board. Provides four 155 Mbit/s optical interfaces at the ATM side, and four 155 Mbit/s non-concatenated data flows at the system side. User can select one to four VC-4 channels to transmit ATM traffic. It can extract the line clock which can serve as the clock source for equipment. Supports four ATM traffic types: Constant Bit Rate (CBR) traffic, realtime Variable Bit Rate (rt-VBR) traffic, non real-time Variable Bit Rate (nrt-VBR) traffic, and Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) traffic. Supports VP/VC local exchange. Supports VP protection switching upon alarms such as VP-AIS, LOS, LOF, OOF, LAIS, and LCD.

AP1x4 board functional blocks

ATM traffic

OIS1x4 board

ATM traffic processing unit

CS board

Ethernet interface (for debugging, or communication with maintenance console)

Control unit

Clock processing unit

SC board

ATM Subsystem Configuration Example

With this configuration, the system can process ATM traffic.

O I S 1 x 4 1 2 3 4 A P 1 x 4 1 2 3 4 5 O L 16 x 1 5 6 O L 16 x 1 6

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RPR Subsystem

Maps Ethernet traffic to RPR. Implements the unique functions of RPR. Uses the channel bandwidth resource of SDH/MSTP ring network to provide the dual-ring topology required by RPR, and to interconnect the rings. RPR subsystem comprises RSEB, EIFEx4, and OIS1x4 boards. Different board combinations can implement different functions.
Boards Involved

Function

Process RPR service (GE optical interface, FE electrical RSEB and EIFEx4 interface) Process RPR service (GE optical interface, FE optical interface) RSEB and OIS1x4 Note: EIFEx4 board provides RSEB board with electrical interfaces. OIS1x4 board provides RSEB board with optical interfaces. Refer to the EIFEx4/EIFEx6 Board section and the OIS1x4/OIS1x6 Board section for details about these two boards.

NCPI

NCP

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Service interface board Service board

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RPR Subsystem Board Positions

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Service interface board Service board


11 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 SC 9 10 11

Service interface board Service board

PWR

10

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SCI

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board

Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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Service interface board

Service board
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RSEB board

Supports the Q in Q identification; uses the outmost 802.1Q identifier as the VLAN identifier to isolate users; participates in learning, searching, and isolating traffic on the ring network. Supports different users by identifying them with VLAN ID. Every user can have multiple VLAN IDs, so that he can be completely isolated not only at local site but also between different sites, and thus satisfies the requirement of different user for data security. Every user can have traffic of different priorities (including class A, B, and C). And VLAN ID varies with the traffic class. The bandwidth and peak-value rate of traffic with a certain priority can be configured. Supports the fairness algorithm. Supports the topology discovery and protection function, and passthrough mode. Supports the configuration of EMS, query of alarm and performance, and other queries (including port running status and RPR ring topology relation diagram). The RPR ring bandwidth can be configure; supports VC4-xv and VC3-xv virtual concatenation; supports the bandwidth-adjustable RPR ring with granularity of VC-4. Supports the Bypass RPR MAC function: traffic is only switched by Ethernet and is not switched by RPR MAC. There are two kinds of RSEB board: RSEB-RPR and RSEB-EOS.

RSEB-RPR board is the ordinary RSEB board. It provides the RPR networking function. RSEB-EOS board implements the pure EOS function with two GE interfaces (RPR system ports) by using Bypass RPR MAC switching.

RSEB board functional blocks


Ethernet traffic accesses to RPR network through four FE interfaces, two GE interfaces, or four EOS system ports. Traffic at these interfaces/ports is aggregated to the system GE interface (RPR system port) via the Ethernet switching unit, and then is sent to the RPR processing unit to implement all the functions of the RPR MAC adaptation layer.
Accessing side RPR system port Local traffic System side

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GE/FE interface

802.3 Ethernet switching unit

RPR processing unit GE EOS interfaceRPR MAC unit


POS/ EOS

Span 1 VCG(RPR Span)port Span 2 VCG(EOS)

FE interface EOS system port

RSEB board front panel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Indicators GE optical interface pair 1 GE optical interface pair 2 Laser warning sign Laser level sign

RPR Subsystem Configuration Example

With this configuration, the RPR system can process RPR traffic.

O I S 1 x 4 1 2 3 4 5 O L 16 x 1 5 6 O L 16 x 1 6

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