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OptiX RTN 900 V100R003C00 New Features Introduction


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Preface
This document describes the new features of the OptiX RTN 900 V100R003 (RTN 900 V1R3 for short). After reading this document, you will be aware of the indicators and applications of new devices and functions of the RTN 900 V1R3 compares with R1/R2 version.

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Study Guide

The product manuals of the RTN 900


V1R3 can be used for reference.

The keys of the study are new features and new functions of the RTN 900 V1R3.

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References

OptiX RTN 900 V100R003C00 product


manuals

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Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, you will be aware of:

Overall features and product positioning of the RTN 900

V1R3

New software features of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Contents

Overview of the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Overview of RTN 900s

RTN 910

RTN 950

RTN 980

RTN 910/950 V100R001 Packet

RTN 910/950 V100R002 Hybrid RTN 910/95/980 V100R003 Hybrid + Packet

The RTN 900 V1R3 is a version combining Packet radio and Hybrid radio on the RTN 900. The RTN 900 can be smoothly upgraded from V1R2 to V1R3, since the RTN 900 V1R3 is on the same platform as the RTN 900 V1R2.
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RTN 900 Product Positioning


Coarse convergence layer Access layer Dense convergence layer RTN E1/STM-1/ IMA E1/FE/GE

RTN 910

RTN 950 RTN 980

RTN 910 RTN 910/950

BTS/NodeB/eNodeB

BSC/RNC/aGW

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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Compares of New Features


Features
EOP function Hybrid Ethernet SNCP ERPS E1_AIS insert TU_AIS E1 priority Sync Eth Fade Margin Speed Air Interface IF board Service Type 1588V2 clock Outdoor Cabinet Solution MPLSCES/IMA/ATM/Eth dual direction RMSP

RTN900R1
Support Support Support

RTN900R2C00
IFU2/IFX2 Support Support

RTN900R2C02
EFP8 IFU2/IFX2 Support Support Support Support

RTN900R3C00
EFP8except 980 IFU2/IFX2/ISU2/ISX2 Support Support Support Support

IFU2/IFX2/EM6T/EM IFU2/IFX2/EM6T/EM6 IFU2/IFX2/EM6T/EM6F 6F/910 SCC F/910 SCC /910&980 SCC IFU2/IFX2 IFU2/IFX2 ISU2/ISX2 ISU2/ISX2 RTN910 Support Support Support980

1,R3 support all the hardware of R2 version and the R2 function feature, and increase MPLS PWE3 feature; 2,If R3 do not use PWE3 feature, it is the same with R2 version; 3,Increase ISU2/ISX2 board, RTN980 hardware and RMSP etc feature;
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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

IP microwave combining Hybrid and Packet radio New IF Features

New Service Features


New Clock Features Outdoor Cabinet Features

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Application Scenario of Integrated IP Microwave


1. When functioning as Hybrid radio, it transmits Native E1 services and Native Ethernet services. 2. When functioning as Packet radio, it transmits PWE3 services only.

IDU E1 TDM cross-connect matrix Ethernet Packet switching Native E1 and native Ethernet
TDM E1

IDU

ODU

Hybrid radio
CES IMA E1 Statistical Packet -mux or Processing emulation Ethernet Everything over packet ODU

Hybrid radio

Packet radio

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Introduction to Integrated IP Microwave


Integrated IP microwave develops from Hybrid radio. Integrated IP microwave can transmit Native E1/STM-1, Native Ethernet, or PWE3 services based on the software settings. Therefore, integrated IP microwave achieves smooth evolution from Hybrid radio (transmitting Native E1 and Native Ethernet services) to Packet radio (transmitting PWE3 services). PWE3 services are also carried by Ethernet frames. An IF board does not separate Ethernet frames carrying Native Ethernet services from those carrying PWE3 services. Therefore, integrated IP microwave is essentially Hybrid radio transmitting Native E1 services and Ethernet services. The difference is that Hybrid radio transmits Native Ethernet services, but that IP microwave transmits Native Ethernet services or PWE3 services.

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Principle of Integrated IP Microwave


An IF board transmitting integrated IP radio services is connected to the cross-connect unit through the VC-4 bus on the backplane, and receives Native TDM services. In addition, the IF board is connected to the packet switching unit through the GE bus and receives Ethernet services. Incoming Ethernet services can be Ethernet frames carrying PWE3 services and Native Ethernet services. The IF board encapsulates Native TDM services and Ethernet services into microwave frames for transmission.
Backplane

Native TDM Service ODU Antenna IF board Cross-connect Unit

Ethernet (Native Eth & PWE3 service) Packet switching Unit

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Limitation and Dependency of Integrated IP Radio


IF board
IFU2/IFX2 ISU2/ISX2

Support type
Native E1+Eth integrated IP radio

Native E1+Eth and Native STM-1+Eth integrated IP radio

Notes: 1, To deploy integrated IP radio, system control, switching, and timing boards must be CSH series, rather than CST series. 2Ethernet service can be ative Ethernet, or PWE3 service.

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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

IP microwave combining Hybrid and Packet radio New IF Features

New Service Features


New Clock Features Outdoor Cabinet Features

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Application of IF Multimode
An IF board can work in different modes to transmit different services. This means no replacement of an IF board.
E1/ch. STM-1 BSC SDH RING GE RING FE NB/eNB
IFU2 ISU2 IFU2 ISU2

E1 NB STM-1 BTS
IF1 ISU2 IF1 ISU2

E1/ Ch.STM-1 SDH/10GE RING

ATM STM-1/GE

FE/GE RNC

IFU2 ISU2 IFU2 ISU2

FE

FE/GE

NB/eNB

Customers can set the access mode of an IF board through software. This means no replacement of an IF board and smoother evolution from a 2G network to a 3G network. For a mobile backhaul network that transmits multiple services, using IF boards that support multiple modes means more convenient maintenance and spare parts preparation.

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IF Multimode
1xSTM-1 IF1 E1 ETH

ISU2
AM E1 IFU2 ETH AM E1 IFX2 ETH AM, XPIC ISX2 AM, XPIC 1/2xSTM-1 1/2xSTM-1 E1 ETH

The ISU2/ISX2 board is available in multiple modes. That is, an IF board can transmit services in the following modes: Conventional Hybrid mode: Transmits Native E1+Native Ethernet services, with AM enabled. SDH Hybrid mode: Transmits Native STM1+Native Ethernet services, with AM enabled. Pure SDH mode: Transmits 1xSTM-1 or 2xSTM-1 services.

Hybrid mode (E1+Ethernet)

Supports the AM function. That is, the E1 service capacity and Ethernet service capacity can be dynamically set based on the air interface capacity. When the E1 service capacity or Ethernet service capacity is set to 0, only PDH services or data services are transmitted.

SDH mode Supports 1xSTM-1 or 2xSTM-1, and does not support the AM function. The "Bandwidth/Modulation Mode" for the 1xSTM-1 air interface capacity is 28M/128QAM; the "Bandwidth/Modulation Mode" for the 2xSTM-1 air interface capacity is 56M/128QAM.

Hybrid (STM-1+Ethernet) mode


Supports the AM function. The STM-1 service capacity and Ethernet service capacity can be dynamically set based on the air interface capacity. When the STM-1 service capacity or Ethernet service capacity is set to 0, only data services or STM-1 services are transmitted. "Bandwidth/Modulation Mode" is 128QAM or higher for 28M, 64QAM or higher for 40M, and 16QAM or higher for 56M. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. Huawei Confidential Page 18

Dependencies and Limitations of IF Multimode


Channel Bandwidth Modulation Mode QPSK 16QAM 32QAM 7M 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM QPSK 16QAM IF Mode E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1 E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH 128QAM 40M 64QAM 256QAM QPSK 16QAM 32QAM 128QAM 56M 16QAM 32QAM 64QAM Channel Bandwidth Modulation Mode QPSK IF Mode E1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH 2xSTM-1 E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH E1+ETH 1xSTM-1+ETH

14M

32QAM 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM QPSK 16QAM 32QAM

28M

64QAM 128QAM 256QAM

256QAM

The preceding tables list the IF modes corresponding to different bandwidths and modulation modes. If the IF modes at the two ends of a hop are inconsistent, services will be interrupted at air interfaces, and alarms indicating configuration mismatch at both ends will be reported.

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Introduction to Packet Header Compression Used on RTN 900 V1R3 NEs


1. Packet header compression is a new function that is realized on ISU2/ISX2 boards. 2. Packet header compression pertains to L2 Ethernet frame header compression and L3 Ethernet frame header compression. 3. L2 Ethernet frame header compression and L3 Ethernet frame header compression can be enabled on the NMS at the same time or not. Specification
1.Compresses the DA+SA+VLAN/MPLS+TYPE bytes in an Ethernet frame header. 2.Compression support: Common Ethernet frames without VLAN support 14-byte compression; a maximum of 22-byte compression. 3.Supports adaptive header compression. Automatically compresses VLAN tags and MPLS labels. 1. Compresses the DA+SA+UDP bytes in an IP header. 2. Supports IPv4/IPv6 header compression transmission, which needs to be set on the NMS. 3. Supports adaptive header compression. Automatically compresses UDP headers.
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L2 frame header compression

L3 frame header compression

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Mapping Packet header Payload CID(8~16Bits) Demapping Packet header compression transmission CID(8~16Bits)

Packet header
Payload

Payload

Payload

Service transmit end

Service receive end

Advantages of packet header compression: During point-to-point IP microwave transmission, VoIP and video services are short packets. In such short packets, Ethernet MAC header+IP header are large parts of packet headers. If a few fixed bytes substitute for Ethernet MAC header+IP header, the transmission efficiency of a radio link is improved significantly, and therefore Ethernet service throughput over microwave is boosted. When L2 Ethernet frame header compression is enabled, the RTN 900 V100R003 has 40% more throughput (500 Mbit/s to 600 Mbit/s) to transmit Ethernet services. When L2 Ethernet frame header compression and L3 IP packet header compression are enabled, the RTN 900 V100R003 has 130% more throughput (900 Mbit/s) to transmit Ethernet services.
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Calculating Air-Interface Traffic in the Case of Ethernet/IP Header Compression

When a large number of LTE services are deployed, the air-interface bandwidth may be insufficient. The ISU2/ISX2 board is recommended to provide the Ethernet/IP header compression function.

DA(6 Bytes) SA(6 Bytes) TPID(2 Bytes) 22 S VID (2 Bytes) TPID(2 Bytes) S VID (2 Bytes) Type/Length(2 Bytes) Version 1Byte ID 20 TTL Protocol Type of Service Total Length Flage Fragment Offset TTL

MW Header [3+ROUNDUP((L+ En. Len)/128) Byte]


Com_Flage(1 Byte) Com_CIDL1 (1 Byte) Com_CID L2 (1 Byte) Type of Service ID Total Length Flage Fragment Offset

The packet compressed


Protocol Playload(N-4 Bytes) FCS(4 Bytes) FCS(2 Bytes)

Head Checksum

Head Checksum

SA(4 Bytes) DA(4 Bytes)

Ethernet header compression. IP headers cannot be compressed during MPLS encapsulation.

UDP Head 4 Bytes Playload(N Bytes) FCS(4 Bytes)

IP header compression

Ethernet header compression index

IP header compressi on index

Calculation formula of air-interface traffic in the case of Ethernet/IP header compression Service air-interface bandwidth = [(L + 3 + ROUNDUP((L + En. Len)/128) + En. Len + 2(Enable one) or 3(Enable both) - L2 header compressed - IP header compressed - 2)/(L + 20)] x Service port bandwidth L is service packet length; 3 + ROUNDUP((L + En. Len)/128) is frame encapsulation at air interface; 20 is Ethernet frame interval and preamble; En. Len is encapsulation on RTN equipment. If the service is carried on a QinQ link, the encapsulation overhead is 4; 2 or 3 is the index of Ethernet/IP header compressed in the first fragment; the length of Ethernet/IP header compressed is based on the compression length of packet at port. Only the MPLS label and layer 2 header can be compressed; 2 is the compression length of FCS. The number of base stations, L, and service port bandwidth are provided by the wireless department. For example, four base stations are mounted to the RTN 950. Ethernet headers are compressed: 6 Mbit/s (128 bytes), 16 Mbit/s (256 bytes). The upstream air-interface bandwidth of the RTN 950 is [(128 + 3 + +22 + +2 - 31 - +3)/(128 + 20)] x 6 x 4 + [(256 + +3 + 2 + +2 - 31 - 2)/(256 + 20)] x 16 x 4 = 82.32 Mbit/s

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Dependencies and Limitations of Packet Header Compression on RTN 900 V100R003 NEs

Packet header compression requires that the settings at the two ends of a radio link be the same. Otherwise, communication fails. Compression information synchronization involves in point-to-point transmission compression information at both ends of a radio link keeps consistent according to the specific feedback information. In this manner, the receive end restores packet headers based on compression information. To achieve compression information synchronization, the radio link must be reliable. A maximum of 256 streams can be compressed for transmission. Only the newly-developed ISU2/ISX2 boards provide the packet header compression function.

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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

IP microwave combining Hybrid and Packet radio New IF Features

New Service Features


New Clock Features Outdoor Cabinet Features

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Introduction to MPLS
Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) combines ATM and IP technologies. Multiprotocol means multiple Layer 3 protocols such as IPV4 and IPV6. Label switching means switching of labels.

On an MPLS network as shown in this figure, the nodes on the edge are LERs, the intermediate nodes are LSRs. LERs and LSRs fast forward packets based on labels. The path along which the packets are forwarded is an LSP. In this figure, the red line and blue line represent two LSPs. Theoretically, an unlimited number of MPLS labels can be stacked. Actually, there are up to three layers. The outermost layer is a tunnel label and the second outermost layer is a PW label. Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge to Edge (PWE3) can encapsulate ATM, TDM, and Ethernet services into PWs for transmission over an MPLS network.

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Dependencies and Limitations of MPLS


1. Dependencies
IF boards for IP microwave and Ethernet interface boards support MPLS tunnels. 2. Limitations Currently, MPLS labels can only be configured statically. MPLS tunnels are supported, but IP tunnels and GRE tunnels are not created. Tunnel bandwidth limitation is only valid for bandwidth verification on the configuration layer, but not for traffic limit.

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Introduction to ETH PWE3, TDM PWE3, and ATM PWE3


TDM IMA/ATM (E1) TDM ATM

MPLS Network

TDM ATM ETH

PWE3 Tunnel ETH ATM

ATM ETH

TDM ATM ETH

RNC

BSC

Ethernet services, TDM (CES) services, and ATM services can be encapsulated into PWE3 packets and carried on tunnels that are transmitted on an MPLS network. As shown in this figure, an MPLS network is present between the NodeBs and the RNC and BSC. The services from the NodeBs are encapsulated into PWE3 packets and then transmitted over tunnels. At the other end of the MPLS network, the PWE3 packets are decapsulated and transmitted to the RNC/BSC.

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Introduction to MS-PW

Multi-segment pseudowire (MS-PW): An MS-PW is set up between two or more adjacent PW segments.

PW switching provider edge (S-PE): An S-PE is an intermediate PE that switches PW labels.

PW terminating provider edge (T-PE): A T-PE is used at both ends of an MS-PW to terminate a PW label.
PW1 PW2

NB

T-PE

Tunnel1

S-PE MS-PW

Tunnel2

T-PE

RNC

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Typical application of MS-PW


Requiring fewer tunnels at a convergence node

As shown in the left figure, the SS-PW is used to create simulation services between the NodeBs and RNC. When a NodeB is added, two end-to-end tunnels must be added on the PSN2 network. As a result, with the increase of NodeBs, the number of the tunnels in the PSN2 network increases sharply. As shown in the right figure, multiple PWs share a tunnel in the PSN2 network. This is called MSPW.
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Introduction to IMA
IMA, standing for inverse multiplexing for ATM, is a technology that demultiplexes the stream of concentrated ATM cells into multiple lower-rate links and multiplexes these lower-rate links at the remote end to recover the original stream of concatenated ATM cells. By using this technology, multiple lower-rate links are flexibly and conveniently multiplexed. IMA is used on E1 links or links of other rates to transmit ATM cells. The IMA sublayer is part of the Physical layer, that is, between the Transport layer and the ATM layer. It transparently transmits ATM and higher layer signals.

As show in the figure, LAG provides the following functions: Increases the bandwidth utilization: Multiple low-rate links can be multiplexed into a logical highrate link. Dynamically adjusting the bandwidth: After an IMA group is successfully created, the bound links in the IMA group can be dynamically added or deleted. Improving the usability: The IMA group supports the link troubleshooting and automatic link recovery. In addition, the IMA group can automatically delete a link with excessive long delay.

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Typical Application of Fractional E1

Fractional E1 has the same application as IMA/CES.

BTS

31

PW
0 1 31

PW
BTS
0 1 2 3

BSC

PW Saving bandwidths is saving investment.


BTS

Fractional E1 services are classified into Fractional E1 IMA services and Fractional E1 CES services.
The 64 kbit/s timeslots in E1 are fully used to transmit 2G services (CES) and 3G services (IMA).

Fractional E1 IMA has the same functions as E1 IMA, and Fractional E1 CES has the same functions as CES.

For IMA negotiation of Fractional E1 IMA, only one or several 64 kbit/s timeslots in E1 on the NodeB side interconnect with the corresponding timeslots in E1 on the RTN side. Unlike common IMA, Fractional E1 IMA transmits valid timeslots, which requires less bandwidth.

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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

IP microwave combining Hybrid and Packet radio New IF Features

New Service Features


New Clock Features Outdoor Cabinet Features

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Introduction to Clock Features


The OptiX RTN 900 supports four clock features: Physical layer clocks, IEEE 1588v2 clocks, IEEE 1588 ACR clocks, and CES ACR clocks.
Feature RTN 900 R1 (Packet) RTN 900 R2 (Hybrid) RTN 900 R3 (Hybrid + Packet) Strategy

Physical layer clock

1. Contains microwave air-interface, external clock port, synchronous Ethernet, STM-N port.

IEEE 1588v2 clock

1. The OptiX RTN 900 R1 and OptiX RTN 900 R3 support the IEEE 1588v2. The CSHD board on the OptiX RTN 900 R3C00 supports IEEE 1588v2 clocks. The OptiX RTN 900 R3C00 supports IEEE 1588v2 time synchronization through air interfaces. Currently, only OC/BC modes are supported. The TC mode is not supported.
1. The OptiX RTN 900 R1 and OptiX RTN 900 R3 support IEEE 1588 ACR clocks. 2. In the R1 version, IEEE 1588 ACR clocks can traverse only a PSN defined by ITU-T G.8261. 3. In the R3C00 version, IEEE 1588 ACR clocks can traverse a non-PSN such as a microwave network and SDH (VC-4) network. 1. The CES ACR in the R1 version adopts the FIFO mode, which is unavailable at a microwave port. 2. In the R1 version, IEEE 1588 ACR clocks can traverse only a PSN defined by ITU-T G.8261. 3. In the R3C00 version, CES ACR clocks using the enhanced timestamp scheme can traverse a non-PSN such as a WDM network, microwave network and SDH (VC-4) network.

IEEE 1588 ACR clock

CES ACR clock

Physical layer clocks, IEEE 1588v2 clocks, and IEEE 1588 ACR clocks can be used to achieve frequency synchronization between NEs in order to meet BS frequency synchronization, microwave overhead clock synchronization, and retiming clock extraction requirements. IEEE 1588v2 clocks can achieve time synchronization between NEs and with BSs. CES ACR clocks can meet the frequency synchronization requirements of TDM services, and provide frequency synchronization for BSs.

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Introduction to IEEE 1588 ACR


IEEE 1588 ACR is a frequency synchronization technology. To be specific, the master equipment encapsulates the local system clock into a Sync packet as a time stamp and transmits the Sync packet to a packet switched network (PSN), which transparently transmits the Sync packet to the slave equipment. On receiving the Sync packet, the slave equipment extracts the time stamp from the Sync packet and recovers the clock frequency by using the ACR algorithm. In this way, the clock frequency of the PTP equipment at the two ends of a PSN is synchronized. IEEE 1588 ACR achieves only frequency synchronization and cannot achieve time synchronization. As shown in the figure, to achieve frequency synchronization between area A and area C on the two sides of the PSN, enable the IEEE 1588 ACR function on the equipment on the two sides of the PSN. That is, the PTN 3900 sends Sync packets that are later transmitted through a PSN. On the RTN 950 enabled with the IEEE 1588 ACR function, the clocks are recovered and transmitted downstream through the physical layer.

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Introduction to CES ACR


CES ACR is a function that uses the adaptive clock recovery (ACR) technology to recover clock synchronization information carried by CES packets. As shown in the figure, Master uses the E1 service clock/local clock information as timestamps in RTP packet headers and encapsulates them into CES packets. Slave recovers clocks according to the timestamps/SN in packets, therefore achieving frequency synchronization requirements of TDM services and BSs.

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Introduction to IEEE 1588v2


IEEE 1588v2, defined by the IEEE, means the Precision Clock
Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems (PTP for short). IEEE 1588v2 clock protocol is applied to precise time synchronization at each node on a distributed communication network. With the relevant hardware and software, the system clock of the network equipment (or client) synchronizes with the master clock on the network at the nanosecond level. Independently of the GPS signals, IEEE 1588v2 is a low cost time synchronization network solution.

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Contents

Introduction to the RTN 900 V1R3 New Functions of the RTN 900 V1R3

IP microwave combining Hybrid and Packet radio New IF Features

New Service Features


New Clock Features Outdoor Cabinet Features

Compatibility of the RTN 900 V1R3

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Introduction to the Outdoor Cabinet Monitoring Function


The microwave equipment uses RJ485 ports to connect to COM ports of outdoor cabinets for outdoor cabinet monitoring. Outdoor cabinets are present as extended interface boards (PMU and TCU) on the NMS. For different outdoor cabinets, the PMU and TCU boards are configured differently. Temperature monitoring: The temperature of outdoor cabinets and fan information can be queried. The temperature alarm threshold, fan speed adjustment, and TCU alarm severity can be set. Power monitoring: The power supply modules of outdoor cabinets and storage information managed by the PSU can be queried and set. Environment monitoring: The environment factors that may result in damage to equipment and equipment fault. The monitoring contents pertain to temperature, humidity, door magnet, water intrusion, smoke, door access system, and cable distribution frame.

OptiX RTN 910s and OptiX RTN 950s support the outdoor cabinet monitoring function. OptiX RTN 980s can not support the outdoor cabinet monitoring function.
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Typical Application of the Outdoor Cabinet Monitoring Function


1. APM30 AC cabinet (110 V/220 V), containing one PMU and two TCUs APM30 DC cabinet (-48 V), containing one TCU OMB AC cabinet (110 V/220 V), containing one PMU and one TCU OMB DC cabinet (-48 V), containing one TCU 2. APM30 cabinets can be ground-mounted. The DC cabinet has 11U equipment installation space and the AC cabinet has 7U equipment installation space. Outdoor mini boxes (OMBs) can be wall-mounted with metal poles. It has 2U equipment installation space.

APM30 cabinet
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Interconnection Relationship Between IF Boards on RTN NEs


Interconnection relationship between IF boards on RTN 900 V1R3
IF Board on RTN 900 V1R3 on the Local End IFU2 IF1 IFX2 ISU2 ISX2 ISU2 IF Board on RTN 900 V1R3 on the Opposite End IFU2 IF1 IFX2 ISU2 ISX2 ISX2 Service Mode E1+ETH NxE1/STM-1 E1+ETH E1+ETH/STM-1+ETH/STM-1/2xSTM-1 E1+ETH/STM-1+ETH/STM-1/2xSTM-1 E1+ETH/STM-1+ETH/STM-1/2xSTM-1 XPIC XPIC Remarks

The ISX2 board is not enabled with the XPIC function.

Interconnection relationship between IF boards on RTN 900 V1R3 and those on RTN 900 V1R2
IF Board on RTN 900 V1R3 on the Local End IFU2 IF1 IFX2 ISU2 ISX2 IF Board on RTN 900 V1R2 on the Opposite End IFU2 IF1 IFX2 N/A N/A Service Mode E1+ETH NxE1/STM-1 E1+ETH XPIC Remarks

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Interconnection Relationship Between IF Boards on RTN NEs


Interconnection relationship between IF boards on RTN 900 V1R3 and those on RTN 600 Note: ETH refers to the IF service mode, bearing MPLS or Native Ethernet services.
IF Board on RTN 900 V1R3 on the Local End IFU2 IF Board on RTN 600 on the Opposite End IFH2 Service Mode E1+ETH Remarks The air interface is not enabled with the 1588v2 feature. The air interface on RTN 605 R3 is not enabled with the 1588v2 feature. The 56 MHz channel spacing is not supported.

IFU2 IF1 IFX2 ISU2 ISX2

IFH1 IF1 N/A N/A N/A

E1+ETH NxE1/STM-1

Interconnection relationship between IF boards on RTN 900 V1R3 and those on RTN 900 V1R1
IF Board on RTN 900 IF Board on RTN 900 V1R1 V1R3 on the Local End on the Opposite End IFU2 IF1 IFX2 ISU2 IFE2 N/A IFX2 N/A ETH The air interface is enabled with the 1588v2 feature. Service Mode ETH Remarks The air interface is enabled with the 1588v2 feature.

ISX2

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