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ZXG10 iBSC Base Station Controller Hardware Manual ZTE CORPORATION ZTE Plaza, Keji Road South, Hi-Tech

ZXG10 iBSC

Base Station Controller

Hardware Manual

ZTE CORPORATION

ZTE Plaza, Keji Road South, Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, P. R. China

518057

Tel: (86) 755 26771900

Fax: (86) 755 26772236 URL: http://support.zte.com.cn E-mail: doc@zte.com.cn

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Version 6.00

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Revision No.

Serial No.

Reason for Revision

3/08/2007

R1.0

sjzl20062152

First edition

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Contents

About this Manual

vii

Purpose

vii

Intended Audience

vii

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge

vii

What is in This Manual

vii

Related Documentation

viii

Conventions

viii

How to Get in Touch

ix

Chapter 1

12

Cabinet

12

Cabinet Structure

12

Cabinet Composition

20

Connection Description

21

Chapter 2

29

Plug-in Boxes

29

Power Distribution Plug-in Box

29

Fan Plug-in box

32

Cabling Plug-in Box

34

Dust-Proof Plug-in Box (Air Filter)

35

Chapter 3

37

Shelves

37

Overview

37

Shelves Configuration

38

Backplane

38

Switching Shelf

39

Control Shelf

43

Resource Shelf

47

Boards

51

Overview

51

Control Plane Hub (CHUB)

52

BSC IP Interface Board (BIPI)

56

GSM Universal Processing Board (GUP)

61

Clock Generator (CLKG)

65

Control Main Processing Board (CMP)

71

Digital Trunk Board (DTB)

74

Gigabit Line Interface (GLI) Board

80

Operation and Maintenance Processing Board (OMP)

84

Packet Switching Network (PSN) Board

88

Power Distribution Board (PWRD)

91

Sonet Digital Trunk Board (SDTB)

94

Signaling Processing Board (SPB)

98

Server Board (SVR)

101

Universal Interface Module for Control Plane (UIMC)

104

Universal Interface Module for User Plane (UIMU)

108

User Plane Processing Board (UPPB)

114

Alarm Box

117

Appendix A

125

Abbreviations

125

Appendix B

129

Figures

129

Tables

133

Index

135

About this Manual

Purpose

This Manual describes the hardware structure and functions of cabinet, plug-in box, shelves and boards of ZXG10 iBSC Base Station Controller.

Intended Audience

This document is intended for engineers and technicians who perform operation activities on the ZXG10 iBSC Base Station Controller.

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge

To use this document effectively, users should have a general understanding of wireless telecommunications technology. Familiarity with the following is helpful:

ZXG10 BSS system and its various components

Local operating procedures

What is in This Manual

This manual contains the following sections:

TABLE 1 - M ANUAL SUMMARY

Section

Summary

Chapter 1, Cabinet

Introduces the structure and composition of ZXG10 iBSC cabinet.

Chapter 2, Plug-in Boxes

Explains the structure, function and panel descriptions of the plug-in boxes used in ZXG10 iBSC.

Chapter 3, Shelves

Explains the configuration and backplane descriptions of shelves used in ZXG10

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Section

Summary

 

iBSC.

Chapter 4, Boards

Provides the functions and descriptions of boards used in ZXG10 iBSC.

Appendix A,

Lists all the abbreviations used in the manual.

Abbreviations

Appendix B, Figures and Tables

Lists all the figures and tables used in the manual.

Index

Index of terms and definitions in this manual.

Related Documentation

The following documents are related to this manual:

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.00) Base Station Controller Documentation Guide

ZXG10

iBSC

(V6.00)

Base

Station

Controller

Technical

Manual

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.00) Base Station Controller Installation Manual

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.00) Base Station Controller Maintenance Manual (Routine Maintenance)

 

Conventions

Typographical

ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.

Conventions

TABLE 2 - TYPOGRAPHICAL CONVENTIONS

Typeface

Meaning

Italics

References to other Manuals and documents.

“Quotes”

Links on screens.

Bold

Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop- down lists, dialog box names, window names.

CAPS

Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name.

Constant width

Text that you type, program code, files and directory names, and function names.

[

]

Optional parameters.

{ }

Mandatory parameters.

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Select one of the parameters that are delimited by it.

About this Manual

About this Manual

Typeface

Meaning

Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.

Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding further.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding further.

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the reader.

Mouse

Operation

Conventions

TABLE 3 - MOUSE OPERATION CONVENTIONS

Typeface

Meaning

Click

Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) once.

Double-click

Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) twice.

Right-click

Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button (usually the right mouse button) once.

Drag

Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and moving the mouse.

How to Get in Touch

Customer

Support

Documentation

Support

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Declaration of RoHS Compliance

To minimize the environmental impact and take more responsibility to the earth we live, this document shall serve as formal declaration that the iBSC (V6.00) manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION is in compliance with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament - RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the following substances:

Lead (Pb)

Mercury (Hg)

Cadmium (Cd)

Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))

PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBB’s)

PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE’s)

Compliance is evidenced by written declaration from our suppliers, assuring that any potential trace contamination levels of the substances listed above are below the maximum level set by EU 2002/95/EC, or are exempt due to their application.

The iBSC (V6.00) manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION meet the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies are customized to client specifications. Addition of specialized, customer-specified materials or processes which do not meet the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly. To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the need for compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION in written form.

This declaration is issued based on our current level of knowledge. Since conditions of use are outside our control, ZTE CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no liability in connection with the use of this information.

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Chapter 1

Cabinet

This chapter describes the structure and composition of ZXG10 iBSC cabinet.

Cabinet Structure

Dimensions

Weight

Power Supply

Requirement

Operation

Environment

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.00) has a standard 19-inch cabinet, with maximum internal capacity of 42U. The front door of the cabinet has tiny holes and is black in color. The main body of the cabinet is dark blue in color.

Outer dimensions of the cabinet: 800 mm × 600 mm × 2000 mm (L × W × H).

Maximum weight of a single cabinet: 350 kg.

DC

input: -48 V DC

DC

range: -57 V DC ~ -40 V DC

Ambient temperature range (long-term working condition / short-term working condition): 0 ºC ~ +40 ºC / -5 ºC ~ +45 ºC

Relative humidity range (long-term relative working humidity / short-term relative working humidity): 20% ~ 90%/5% ~ 95%

Figure 1 shows the standard 19-inch cabinet.

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 1

- STANDARD 19-INCH CABINET

Chapter 1 –Cabinet F IGURE 1 - S TANDARD 19- INCH CABINET Figure 2 shows the

Figure 2 shows the cabinet structure. Shelves and boards are discussed in detail in the following chapters.

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FIGURE 2 – CABINET STRUCTURE

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

1. Back door

6. Service shelf

2. Busbar

7. Front door

3. Cover plate

8. Grounding copper busbar

4. Filter

9. Rack

5. Fiber winding tray

10. Installation base

Cabinet Top

Figure 3 shows the top view of cabinet.

FIGURE 3 – CABINET TOP VIEW

the top view of cabinet. F IGURE 3 – C ABINET TOP VIEW The cabinet top

The cabinet top consists of top frame component, power input port, cable outlet module, top fan, top filter and fiber wrap tray. Figure 4 shows the cabinet top structure.

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 4 – CABINET TOP STRUCTURE 4 1 5 6 2 7 3
FIGURE 4 – CABINET TOP STRUCTURE
4
1
5
6
2
7
3
FIGURE 4 – CABINET TOP STRUCTURE 4 1 5 6 2 7 3 1 . Fiber

1Fiber Wrap Tray

2Top Fan Cover Board

3Top Fan 4Filter Cover Board

5Cable Outlet Module

6Top Filter

7Top Frame Component

Top Frame

Top frame component is the installation base for each functional

Component

unit on the cabinet top. The grounding screw with a grounding sign beside it is used for equipment grounding.

Figure 5 shows the top frame component structure.

FIGURE 5 – TOP FRAME COMPONENT STRUCTURE

1 2 3 4 5
1
2
3
4
5

1Cable Outlet Module Installation Board

2Top Filter Installation Board

3Grounding Sign

4Grounding Screw

5Top Fan Installation Board

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Cable Outlet

Cable outlet module serves as the path for the cables that enter or leave the cabinet. It consists of cable outlet frame and cable outlet bar. Figure 6 shows the structure of cable outlet module.

FIGURE 6 – CABLE OUTLET MODULE STRUCTURE

Module

 

1

2

 
O UTLET M ODULE S TRUCTURE Module   1 2   1 . Cable Outlet Frame

1Cable Outlet Frame

2Cable Outlet Bar

Top Fan

Top fan provides ventilation and heat dissipation. It consists of installation bottom plate, six fans and monitor circuit board.

Figure 7 shows the structure of top fan.

 

FIGURE 7 – TOP FAN STRUCTURE

 

1

1  
 

2

3

1Monitor Circuit Board

3Installation Bottom Plate

2Fan

 

Top Filter

Top filter is the cabinet power input interface. -48 V power cable from equipment room is connected to the input end of top filter. The power is transferred to the power distribution subrack inside the cabinet after being filtered.

Figure 8 shows the structure of top filter.

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 8 – TOP FILTER STRUCTURE

1 2 1.Power Input End 2.Power Output End
1
2
1.Power Input End
2.Power Output End

Fiber Wrap

Fiber wrap tray is used to wrap the excess optical fiber cables. It consists of bottom plate, fiber wrap pole, and cover plate.

Tray

Figure 9 shows the structure of fiber wrap tray.

 

FIGURE 9 – FIBER WRAP TRAY STRUCTURE

 
1  

1

 

2

3

1Cover Plate

3Bottom Plate

2Fiber Wrap Pole

Front/Back

The structure of front and back door are similar to each other. Tiny ventilation holes on the doors helps to cool the cabinet.

Door

Office information label and serial No. label are affixed on the top right corner of front door.

Figure 10 shows the label position (if there is only one label, it should be affixed 120 mm away from the edge).

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FIGURE 10 – FRONT DOOR LABELS

120 1 2 ZXG10 iBSC 56
120
1
2
ZXG10
iBSC
56

Rack

1Office Information Label

2Serial No. Label

Office information label

Office information label contains the cabinet consignment information for unpacking check, such as product name, consignment number and recipients address.

Serial No. label

Serial No. label contains the cabinet serial number.

Rack consists of top frame, bottom frame, column, adjustment rail, and side door. Figure 11 shows the rack structure.

FIGURE 11 - RACK STRUCTURE 1 2 3 4 5 1.Top Frame 4.Side Door 2.Column
FIGURE 11 - RACK STRUCTURE
1
2
3
4
5
1.Top Frame
4.Side Door
2.Column
5.Bottom Frame
3.Adjustment Rail
Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Bus Bar

Bus bar is used for providing power supply and grounding of ZXG10 iBSC system.

Figure 12 shows the schematic diagram of bus bar.

FIGURE 12 – BUS BAR

-48V -48V GND -48V -48V GND PE A -48V -48V GND -48V -48V 6:1 GND
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
GND
PE
A
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
6:1
GND
PE
A
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
PE
-48V
GND
PE
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
GND
PE
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
-48V
-48V
-48V
GND
-48V
GND
-48V
GND
PE
PE
-48V
-48V
GND
PE

Bus bars are located on the right of cabinet back. There are six sets of terminals. Sets 1 and 6 have four connection terminals:

–48 V

–48 V GND

PE

GND

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Set 1 connects the power distribution plug-in box and provides power supply input for bus bars. Set 6 provides power supply for the third fan plug-in box. Sets 2–5 provide six connection terminals. They are as follows (from top to bottom):

Grounding Copper Busbar

–48 V

–48 V GND

–48 V

–48 V GND

PE

GND

These sets of terminals provide the power supply for fan and service shelves.

The grounding copper bus bar is made of pure copper, and is in good contact with the cabinet. It provides the reliable grounding point and static discharging path for the shelves and plug-in boxes.

Cabinet Composition

ZXG10 iBSC is composed of power distribution plug-in box, fan plug-in box, cabling plug-in box, air filter, switching shelf, control shelf, and resource shelf. Figure 13 shows the structural layout of ZXG10 iBSC cabinet.

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 13 - STRUCTURAL LAYOUT OF CABINET

POWER DISTRIBUTE UNIT
POWER DISTRIBUTE UNIT

BLANK PANEL (1U) POWER DISTRIBUTOR(2U) FAN UNIT(1U)

SERVICE SHELF(8U)

CHUTE(1U)

SERVICE SHELF(8U)

CHUTE(1U)

FAN UNIT(1U)

SERVICE SHELF(8U)

CHUTE(1U)

SERVICE SHELF(8U)

CHUTE(1U)

FAN UNIT(1U)

DUSTPROOF NET

Connection Description

Cabinet connections are classified into two types:

Internal connections

External connections

Internal Connections

Internal connections include the following types of connections:

Clock distribution Control plane connections User plane connections Monitoring circuit connections

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Clock Figure 14 shows the clock distribution inside the cabinet. Distribution FIGURE 14 – CLOCK
Clock
Figure 14 shows the clock distribution inside the cabinet.
Distribution
FIGURE 14 – CLOCK DISTRIBUTION
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box
U
Resource
D
I
T
Shelf
M
B
U
U
C
C
O
Control
I
L
H
M
Shelf
M
K
U
P
C
G
B
Other
U
D
I
Resource
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
Switching
I
Shelf
M
C
DTB transfers the 8 kHz synchronization clock extracted from
line interface through a cable to CLKG.
CLKG distributes the clock signals to UIMU and UIMC.
Figure 15 shows the clock distribution of combined cabinets.
FIGURE 15 – CLOCK DISTRIBUTION OF COMBINED CABINETS
Control Plane
Figure 16 shows the control plane connections inside the cabinet.
Connections
Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 16 – ETHERNET CONNECTIONS Power Distribution Plug-in box Fan Plug-in box U D Resource
FIGURE 16 – ETHERNET CONNECTIONS
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box
U
D
Resource
I
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
C
C
O
Control
I
L
H
M
Shelf
M
K
U
P
C
G
B
Other
U
D
I
Resource
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
Switching
I
Shelf
M
C
I Resource T M Shelf B U U Switching I Shelf M C Gigabit Ethernet (GE)

Gigabit Ethernet (GE) is used for the connection between CHUB and UIMC of control shelf.

Fast Ethernet (FE) is used for the connection between CHUB and UIMU of resource shelf and between CHUB and UIMC of switching shelf.

Figure 17 shows the control plane connections of combined cabinets.

FIGURE 17 – ETHERNET CONNECTIONS OF COMBINED CABINETS

17 – E THERNET C ONNECTIONS OF C OMBINED C ABINETS User Plane Figure 18 shows

User Plane

Figure 18 shows the user plane connections inside the cabinet.

Connections

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FIGURE 18 – USER PLANE CONNECTIONS

Power Distribution Plug-in box Fan Plug-in box U D Resource I T M Shelf B
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box
U
D
Resource
I
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
C
C
O
Control
I
L
H
M
Shelf
M
K
U
P
C
G
B
Other
U
D
I
Resource
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
G
Switching
I
L
Shelf
M
I
C

Fiber optic cables are used for the connections between GLI and UIMU.

Figure 19 shows the user plane connections of combined cabinets.

FIGURE 19 – USER PLANE CONNECTIONS OF COMBINED CABINETS

19 – U SER P LANE C ONNECTIONS OF C OMBINED C ABINETS Monitoring Figure 20

Monitoring

Figure 20 shows the monitoring circuit connections.

Circuit

Connections

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 20 – MONITORING CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS

Power Distribution Plug-in box Fan plug-in box U D Resource I T M Shelf B
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Fan plug-in box
U
D
Resource
I
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
C
C
O
Control
I
L
H
M
Shelf
M
K
U
P
C
G
B
Fan plug-in box
Other
U
D
I
Resource
T
M
Shelf
B
U
U
G
Switching
I
L
Shelf
M
I
C
Fan plug-in box

Fan monitoring cable is used for the monitoring circuit connections between power distribution plug-in box and fan plug-in boxes, power distribution plug-in box and OMP and, power distribution box and extended iBSC cabinets.

Figure 21 shows the monitoring circuit connections of combined cabinets.

FIGURE 21 – MONITORING CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS OF COMBINED CABINETS First Second Cabinet Cabinet Power Distribution
FIGURE 21 – MONITORING CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS OF COMBINED CABINETS
First
Second
Cabinet
Cabinet
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Power Distribution Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box
U
U
D
D
Resource
I
Resource
I
T
T
M
M
shelf
shelf
B
B
U
U
U
C
C
U
O
D
Control
Resource
I
L
H
I
M
T
Shelf
M
K
U
shelf
M
P
B
C
G
B
U
Fan 风扇插箱 Plug-in box
Fan 风扇插箱 Plug-in box
Other
U
U
D
D
Resource
I
I
Resource
T
T
M
shelf
M
Shelf
B
B
U
U
U
U
G
D
Switching
Resource
I
I
L
T
Shelf
M
shelf
M
I
B
C
U
Fan Plug-in box
Fan Plug-in box

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External Connections

The external connections of iBSC include the connections of iBSC cabinet with BTS, MSC/MGW, SGSN and iOMCR.

Figure 22 shows the external connections of iBSC.

FIGURE 22 – IBSC EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS

MSC/MGW SGSN A Gb interface interface DTB/SDTB/BIPI BIPI/SPB iBSC BIPI/DTB OMP Abis interface BTS iOMCR
MSC/MGW
SGSN
A Gb
interface
interface
DTB/SDTB/BIPI
BIPI/SPB
iBSC
BIPI/DTB
OMP
Abis
interface
BTS
iOMCR

A Interface

A interface is the interface between iBSC and MSS/CN.

The boards and connecting cables used in A interface are as follows:

SDTB supports STM1 cables

DTB supports E1 cables

BIPI supports FE cables

Gb Interface

Gb interface is the interface between iBSC and SGSN.

The boards and connecting cables used in Gb interface are as follows:

SPB supports E1 cables

BIPI supports FE cables

Abis Interface

Abis interface is the interface between iBSC and BTS.

The boards and connecting cables used in Abis interface are as follows:

DTB supports E1 cables

BIPI supports FE cables

iOMCR

OMP board is connected to iOMCR through FE cables.

Cabinet Wire routing

Figure 23 shows the diagram of cabinet wire routing.

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

Chapter 1 –Cabinet

FIGURE 23 – CABINET WIRE ROUTING 1 2 100 3 4 100 100 100
FIGURE 23 – CABINET WIRE ROUTING
1
2
100
3
4
100
100
100

5

6

1. Leading out cables from cabinet

2. Leading out cables from backplane

3. Rear transverse cable rack

4. Vertical cable trough 5. Leading out optical fibers from front 6. Cable rack

Rear cables of ZXG10 iBSC cabinet are led out from the backplane panel. They go downward to pass through insertion and extraction space of the backplane, where they are bundled to the rear transverse cable tray, enter the vertical cable trough of the cabinet from both sides, and goes out of the cabinet through the top.

Chapter 2

Plug-in Boxes

This chapter describes the structure, functions, and panel descriptions of ZXG10 iBSC plug-in boxes.

Power Distribution Plug-in Box

Power distribution plug-in box is located in the upper part of the cabinet. It provides power to all components of the cabinet.

Functions

Functions of power distribution plug-in box are as follows:

Provides power to all shelves within a cabinet

Implements power backup by automatically switching over two external power supplies

Implements power indication, environment monitoring, and internal fan plug-in box monitoring through PWRD and PWRDB

Structure

Figure 24 shows the structure of power distribution plug-in box.

FIGURE 24 – POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX STRUCTURE

12 3 4 5 6 7 8
12
3
4
5
6
7
8

1Line Connection Terminal

5Heat sink for the isolating diode

2Lightning Arrester

6Isolating diode

3PWRDB

7PWRD

4External Frame

8Switch

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Panel

The line connection terminal of power distribution plug-in box is installed on the back plane. The front panel of the plug-in box is fixed with PWRD (Power Distribution Board). The front panel can be turned 90º outward, which facilitates maintenance.

When the equipment is running, the front panel can be fixed in the plug-in box using captive fastener.

Front Panel

Figure 25 shows the front panel of power distribution plug-in box.

FIGURE 25 – FRONT P ANEL OF POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX POWER JUNCTION BOX ON
FIGURE 25 – FRONT P ANEL OF POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX
POWER
JUNCTION BOX
ON
OFF
RUN
-48V(I) -48V(II)
FAN
HOT SMOKE DOOR ARRESTER
-48V(I) -48V(II)

Rear Panel

Figure 26 shows the rear panel of power distribution plug-in box.

FIGURE 26 – REAR P ANEL OF POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX RS485 FAN FAN BOX1
FIGURE 26 – REAR P ANEL OF POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX
RS485
FAN
FAN
BOX1
BOX3
DOOR
ARRESTER
RS485
FAN
FAN
SENSORS
INPUT(I)
INPUT(II)
OUTPUT
BOX2
BOX4
-48V -48VGND -48V-48VGND -48V -48VGND
OUTPUT BOX2 BOX4 -48V -48VGND -48V-48VGND -48V -48VGND Indicator Specifications There are eight indicators on the

Indicator Specifications

There are eight indicators on the front panel of the power distribution plug-in box. Table 4 explains the panel indicators.

TABLE 4 – P ANEL INDICATORS

Indicator

     

Name

Color

Meaning

State

RUN

Green

Running

1 Hz flashRunning normal

indication

OFFRunning abnormal

-48 V(I)

Red

First -48 V power alarm

ONUnder-voltage or over- voltage in the first external - 48 V input.

OFFVoltage in the first external -48 V input is normal

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Indicator

     

Name

Color

Meaning

State

-48 V(II)

Red

Second -48 V power alarm

ONUnder-voltage or over- voltage in the second external -48 V input

OFFVoltage in the second external -48 V input is normal

     

ONFan running abnormal

FAN

Red

Fan alarm

OFFFan running normal

HOT

Red

Temperature

ONTemperature abnormal

alarm

OFFTemperature normal

SMOKE

Red

Smoke alarm

ONSmoke parameter exceeds the rated value, and an alarm exists

OFFSmoke parameter is normal

   

Entrance

ONA door under supervision is open

DOOR

Red

control Alarm

OFFAll the doors under supervision are close

   

Lightning

ONLightning arrester running abnormal

ARRESTER

Red

arrester

alarm

OFFLightning arrester running normal

Switch Specifications

There are two switches on the panel. They are:

-48 VIpower input switch

-48 VIIpower input switch

Table 5 explains the panel switches.

TABLE 5 – P ANEL SWITCHES

Switch Name

Switch Position

-48 V(I) power input

DownDisconnect the -48 V input

UpConnect to the -48 V input

-48 V(II) power input

DownDisconnect the -48 V input

UpConnect to the -48 V input

Interface specifications

Input/Output cables of power distribution and monitoring are connected to the power distribution plug-in box through the interfaces.

Table 6 explains the interfaces of the power distribution plug-in box.

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TABLE 6 - POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX INTERFACES

Interface Name

Description

RS485(Down)

Connected to the RS485 (up) interface of the adjacent rack

RS485(Up)

Connected to PD485 interface of the OMP rear board

SENSORS

Connected by sensor cable

DOOR

Connected by door access cable

FANBOX1

Connected to the top fan group

FANBOX2

Connected to the first layer fan plug-in box

FANBOX3

Connected to the second layer fan plug-in box

FANBOX4

Connected to the third layer fan plug-in box

ARRESTER

Connected to the lightning arrester

INPUT(I)

Power input

INPUT(II)

Power input

OUTPUT

Power output

Parameters

Table 7 explains the parameters of power distribution plug-in box.

TABLE 7 – POWER DISTRIBUTION PLUG-IN BOX P ARAMETERS

 

Parameter

Specification

 

374 mm × 482.6 mm × 88.1 mm (L × × H)

W

Dimension

(excluding the extra connection terminal in the back)

Weight

5.4 kg

Fan Plug-in box

 

Fan plug-in box is a common plug-in box, performing monitoring and automatic speed regulation functions.

Structure

Figure 27 shows the structure of fan plug-in box.

 
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FIGURE 27 – FAN PLUG-IN BOX STRUCTURE

Boxes F IGURE 27 – F AN P LUG - IN BOX S TRUCTURE Panel Each

Panel

Each fan plug-in box consists of three units. Each unit contains two fans. This structure facilitates the operations such as onsite maintenance and hot swapping.

Front Panel

Figure 28 shows the front panel of fan plug-in box.

FIGURE 28 - FRONT P ANEL OF FAN PLUG-IN BOX

box. F IGURE 28 - F RONT P ANEL OF F AN P LUG - IN

Rear Panel

Figure 29 shows the rear panel of fan plug-in box.

FIGURE 29 – REAR P ANEL OF FAN PLUG-IN BOX

box. F IGURE 29 – R EAR P ANEL OF F AN PLUG - IN BOX
1 2 RS-485 POWR 1. RS485 2.Power switch
1
2
RS-485
POWR
1. RS485
2.Power switch

Indicator Specifications

A fan plug-in box consists of three fan units. Each fan unit has

two indicators. Totally, there are six indicators on the front panel

of fan plug-in box. Table 8 explains the panel indicators.

TABLE 8 – P ANEL INDICATORS

Indicator

     

Name

Color

Meaning

State

RUN

Green

Running

ONFan running normal

indicator

OFFFan running abnormal

ALM

Red

Alarm

ONAlarm in fan unit

indicator

OFFNo alarm in fan unit

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Switch Specifications

Each of the three fan units in the fan plug-in box has one button on the front panel. Press the button to pull out the fan unit.

Interface specifications

Table 9 explains the interfaces of the fan plug-in box.

TABLE 9 – FAN PLUG-IN BOX INTERFACES

Interface Name

Description

RS485

Connected to “FANBOX1-4” interface in fan plug-in box

POWR

Power switch

Parameters

Table 10 explains the parameters of fan plug-in box.

 

TABLE 10 – FAN PLUG-IN BOX P ARAMETERS

 

Parameter

Specification

Dimension

400 mm × 482.6 mm × 43.6 mm (L × W ×H)

 

Weight

7 kg

Cabling Plug-in Box

 

Cabling plug-in box makes it convenient to lay the cables and keep the equipment room environment tidy.

Structure

Figure 30 shows the structure of cabling plug-in box.

 

FIGURE 30 – CABLING PLUG-IN BOX STRUCTURE

 
1  

1

 

2

3

1. Outer frame

2. Cable tray

3Cover plate

Parameters

Table 11 explains the parameters of cabling plug-in box.

 
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TABLE 11 - CABLING PLUG-IN BOX PARAMETERS

Parameter

Specification

 

394 mm × 482.6 mm × 43.6 mm (L × W

Dimension

× H)

Weight

1.3 kg

Dust-Proof Plug-in Box (Air Filter)

The dust-proof plug-in box is fixed on the bottom of the cabinet.

Each dust-proof plug-in box deploys the dust-proof meshwork inside, which can be easily disassembled for cleaning and maintenance.

Structure Figure 31 shows the structure of dust-proof plug-in box. FIGURE 31 - DUST-PROOF PLUG-IN
Structure
Figure 31 shows the structure of dust-proof plug-in box.
FIGURE 31 - DUST-PROOF PLUG-IN BOX STRUCTURE
Parameters
Table 12 explains the parameters of dust-proof plug-in box.

TABLE 12 – DUST-PROOF PLUG-IN BOX PARAMETERS

Parameter

Specification

 

460 mm × 482.6 mm × 21.8 mm (L × W ×

Dimension

H)

Weight

0.7 kg

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Chapter 3

Shelves

This chapter describes the configuration and backplane descriptions of ZXG10 iBSC shelves.

Overview

The shelf combines various boards through the backplane to form an independent unit, and provides good running environment for the boards.

ZXG10 iBSC system has three types of shelves:

Functions

Control shelf

Resource shelf

Switching shelf

Table 13 explains the types and functions of these shelves:

TABLE 13 – TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF SHELVES

Shelf type

Shelf Function

Control

Implements global operation and maintenance functions, global clock function, control plane processing, and control plane switching and Ethernet

shelf

Resource

Implements system access, and forms all general service subsystems

shelf

Switching

Provides a switch platform of large capacity and little congestion

shelf

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Shelves Configuration

Figure 32 shows the shelves configuration of iBSC cabinet.

FIGURE 32 – SHELVES CONFIGURATION

of iBSC cabinet. F IGURE 32 – S HELVES CONFIGURATION Control shelf should be configured in

Control shelf should be configured in the second rack of iBSC cabinet.

Switching shelf should be configured in the fourth rack of iBSC cabinet.

Backplane

Backplane is an important part of a shelf. Circuit boards in a shelf connect through printed lines on the backplane. It reduces the cable routing on the back of backplane and improves reliability of the whole system.

Figure 33 shows the backplane structure.

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FIGURE 33 – BACKPLANE STRUCTURE 1 2 3 4
FIGURE 33 – BACKPLANE STRUCTURE
1
2
3
4

1Backplane fastening bolt

2Backplane connector

3Board locating hole

4Backplane connector

ZXG10 iBSC (V6.00) shelf comprises of different backplanes. Table 14 explains the relationship between a shelf and a backplane.

TABLE 14 - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A SHELF AND A BACKPLANE

Shelf

Backplane

Switching shelf

Backplane of packet switching network (BPSN)

Control shelf

Backplane of control center (BCTC)

Resource shelf

Backplane of universal service network (BUSN)

Switching Shelf

Switching shelf provides necessary message transmission channel to fulfill different kinds of data interaction such as timing, signaling, voice service, and data service between various functional entities inside and outside the ZXG10 iBSC system. It also provides corresponding QoS functions for different users.

Configuration

Table 15 explains the boards that can be configured in switching shelf.

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TABLE 15 – BOARDS IN SWITCHING SHELF

Board

Rear board

Backplane

PSN

-

 

GLI

-

 

UIM2 (RUIM2)

BPSN

UIMC

UIM3 (RUIM3)

Figure 34 shows the full configuration of switching shelf.

FIGURE 34 – FULL CONFIGURATION OF SWITCHING SHELF

Switching Shelf

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Rear Board

                           

R

R

 

U

U

I

I

M

M

 

2

3

 

BPSN

 
 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Board

                           

U

U

 

G

L

I

G

L

I

G

L

I

G

L

I

P

S

N

P

S

N

I

M

C

I

M

C

Switching shelf provides Level-1 IP switching platform for the ZXG iBSC system. It can either expand the user plane for multiple resource shelves or provide external high-speed interfaces directly.

Configuration of boards in the switching shelf is as follows:

UIMC (2) boards implement Level-1 switching. They are inserted in slots 15 and 16.

PSN boards (2) implement data switching between line cards. They are inserted in slots 7 and 8.

GLI boards (2 ~ 8) implement GE line interface function. They can be inserted in slots 1 ~ 6 or 9 ~ 14. The number of GLI boards to be configured depends on the configuration capacity. GLI boards must be configured in pairs.

RUIM2 board is inserted in slot 15.

RUIM3 board is inserted in slot 16.

Principle

Figure 35 shows principle of the switching shelf.

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FIGURE 35 -PRINCIPLE OF SWITCHING SHELF

Packet Swithcing Shelf 分组交换框 控制框 Control Shelf FE PSN UIMC CHUB LVDS GLI 厖 GLI
Packet Swithcing Shelf
分组交换框
控制框
Control Shelf
FE
PSN
UIMC
CHUB
LVDS
GLI
GLI
CLKG
光纤
Optical Fiber
UIMU
UIMU
资源框
Resource Shelf
资源框
Resource Shelf

Signal interaction between shelves

All resource shelves connect with GLI on the switching shelf via the optical interface on the front panel of UIMU.

The control shelf connects with UIMC on the switching shelf via RCHB1 and RCHB2 (rear board of CHUB).

Clock signals connect with UIMC on the switching shelf via RCKG1 and RCKG2 (rear board of CLKG).

Processing of signals inside the shelf

i.

User data

The switching shelf is a high-speed switching backplane. All network processing modules judge the route forward of the physical interface data.

The data is sent to PSN through the high-speed switching connection of the backplane for switching.

The switched data is received from PSN for processing.

At last, the data is sent from the physical interface.

ii. Control data

UIMC switching uses the Ethernet bus as the internal control bus of the subsystem, connecting all modules in the subsystem, distributing and collecting route information, maintaining and managing system configurations, and passing the protocol and signaling data of the high layer.

Backplane

The backplane of switching shelf is BPSN.

Figure 36 shows the rear view of BPSN backplane.

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FIGURE 36 – REAR VIEW OF BPSN BACKPLANE X1 X2 X3 ON OFF S1 S2
FIGURE 36 – REAR VIEW OF BPSN BACKPLANE
X1
X2
X3
ON
OFF
S1
S2
S3
ON
0
OFF
1
Interfaces
Table 16 explains the power interfaces of switching shelf.

TABLE 16 – POWER INTERFACE OF SWITCHING SHELF

Interface ID

Usage

Connection

X1, X2, X3

Power socket

Through the secondary filter of plug-in box power X1, X2, and X3, connect –48 V, –48 V GND, and PE of rack busbars in parallel.

DIP Switches Table 17 explains the DIP switches on the BPSN backplane.

TABLE 17 – DIP SWITCHES ON THE BACKPLANE

DIP

   

Switch

Usage

Examples

Name

 

Office

Four-digit switch

S1

configuration

S1 only uses the left three digits

S2 uses all four digits

information

   
 

Rack

S3 only uses the left two digits

S2

configuration

information

If all digits of S1 are ‘ON’ : the binary

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DIP

   

Switch

Usage

Examples

Name

   

output is ‘000’;

If all digits of S2 are ‘ON’: the binary output is ‘0000’;

If the left two digits of S3 are ‘OFF’

Shelf

S3

configuration

information

and the rest are ‘ON’: the binary output is ‘11’.

It shows that S1 output is 0, S2 output is 0, and S3 output is 3. The actual Rack No. and Shelf No. are 1 plus the output. Thus the configuration indicates that the BPSN shelf is in: Shelf 4, Rack 1, Office 0.

that the BPSN shelf is in: Shelf 4, Rack 1, Office 0. Note: Backplanes BPSN, BCTC

Note: Backplanes BPSN, BCTC and BUSN have DIP

the

switches. The ON/OFF setting method is similar in

backplanes.

OFF: Indicates ‘1’ if DIP switch is down

ON: Indicates ‘0’ if DIP switch is up

all

Control Shelf

Configuration

Control shelf is the control core of ZXG10 iBSC system, which manages and controls the whole system, processes control plane signaling, and provides a global clock and external synchronization function.

Table 18 explains the boards that can be configured in control shelf.

TABLE 18 – BOARDS IN CONTROL SHELF

Board

Rear Board

Backplane

OMP

MPB rear board (RMPB)

 

CMP

-

UIMC

UIM rear board 2 (RUIM2)

UIM rear board 3 (RUIM3)

CHUB

CHUB rear board 1 (RCHB1)

BCTC

CHUB rear board 2 (RCHB2)

CLKG

CLKG rear board 1 (RCKG1)

CLKG rear board 2 (RCKG2)

SVR

SVR rear board (RSVB)

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Figure 37 shows the full configuration of control shelf.

FIGURE 37 – FULL CONFIGURATION OF CONTROL SHELF

Control Shelf

控制框

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

B

a

 

R

           

R

R

   

R

R

R

R

 

U

U

R

R

C

C

C

C

c

k

S

M

M

I

I

K