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Maintenance and Commissioning

Maintenance and Commissioning

Contents

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Status and Control Condition Current Status Alarm Severity List Control RPS & Loopback Operate RPS Operate Loopback Clock Source Operate TCU (Operating Protection SW for TCU) Operate Sync (Operating Sync SW) Remote Card Identifier (RCI) Operate RCI Control House Keeping Operate HK HK Description (HK Message) Edit HK (Setting External Control Name) Set Date

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Revise Date Operate RPI (Radio Physical Interface) Operate RPI Adjustment Retrieve Data

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3.10.1 Received Trace 3.10.2 Physical Inventory Unit (Card) 3.10.3 Management Table Status 3.10.4 SSMB (Synchronous Status Message Byte) 3.11 History

3.11.1 Condition History Clear (Log Clear) 3.11.2 Condition History Download 3.12 History Control and Provisioning

3.12.1 Control & Provisioning History Clear (Log Clear) 3.12.2 Control & Provisioning History Download

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Status and Control

The Status and Control menu allows you to select to supervise alarms, events, status of the NE (Network Element) and to control maintenance functions.

Fig. 1

Introduction

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Status and Control Menu Frame (WebLT SW version: up to V6.3)

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Status and Control Menu Frame (WebLT SW version: up to V6.4)

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Condition
This menu displays current (occurring) condition items including alarms and/or events on the equipment and facilities. All the conditions on the NE (Network Element) are listed when you click the ALL link in the Condition menu. Other link, such as MSTU, TCU, HK, or SV shows the conditions on each card (unit).

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Condition Menu Link in Menu Frame

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Current Status

To display current status: Click the ALL, MSTU, TCU, HK, or SV link in the Condition part of the menu frame. The condition table for the selected items will appear in the main frame.

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Condition ALL Alarm Main Frame (WebLT SW version: up to V6.3)

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Condition ALL Alarm Main Frame (WebLT SW version: up to V6.4)

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Condition MSTU Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Condition TCU Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Condition HK Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Condition SV Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Auto Reload: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Auto Reload Set Button: Select to set the Auto Reload time of displayed main frame.

Condition MSTU/Condition TCU/Condition HK/Condition SV No. : Item numbers are displayed in order from the top. There is no relationship between numbers and the time at which the event occurs. Alarm Time : Displays occurring date and time of the alarm and/or the event. These are shown in yyyy/mm/dd/hh/mm/ss format. AID Type : Displays AID (Access Identification) type related to the alarm or the event. AID : Displays AID related to the alarm or the event. Item : Displays description for the alarm or the event. This condition main frame shows occurring conditions only. The restored alarms and events are made away from the list. To view the restored conditions, you can access to the log file through the History menu in the menu frame. This condition main frame is not refreshed automatically, even if current status changed on the NE. The user must refresh the condition main frame either by clicking the link in the Condition menu or the Auto Reload Set button in the condition main frame as the need arises. You can sort the list by clicking each title of the column in the table. Fig. 11 Condition Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Note-1*: Alarm Severity List In case of SRT1F WebLT software version V6.4, alarm severity indication is displayed on Condition ALL Alarm and detailed alarm severity list for individual alarm item is dispaled when Alarm List is clicked in the Help main frame. Abbreviation of Alarm severity is shown in below; Alarm Severity CR MJ MN WR MAINT :Critical alarm. Affect on the traffic transmission directly :Major alarm :Minor alarm :Warning :Under maintenance

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Condition Main Frame Displaying Current Status

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Alarm Severity List

To display the alarm severity list: Click the Severity List in the Help part of the menu frame

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Alarm Severity List

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The alarm severity list for the selected items and alarm severity item will appear in the main frame.

AID Type AID Item Severity SA NSA Fig. 14

Severity List : Displays AID (Access Identification) type related to the alarm or the event. : Displays AID related to the alarm or the event. : Displays description for the alarm or the event. : Service affect : Non Service Affect

Alarm Severity List

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Control
his menu shows current conditions and operating status for control functions of the NE (Network Element) and associated facilities for installation and/or routine maintenance.

Fig. 15

Control Menu Link in Menu Frame

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RPS & Loopback

This menu shows current status of the RPS (Radio Protection Switching) and Loopback control function. You can also operate the RPS & Loopback control by clicking the corresponding button in the RPS & Loopback main frame. To open the RPS & Loopback main frame: Click the RPS & Loopback link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the RPS & Loopback condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Fig. 16 RPS & Loopback Main Frame for Status Display

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RPS & Loopback AID Line Condition BSW

Displays AID (Access Identification) related to the control item. Displays the line condition for each AID. "Request" is displayed when the request for switchover to protection channel occurred in the BSW (Bipolar Switch). The currently active protection channel is displayed in the BSW column. Displays the line condition for each AID. "Request" is displayed when the request for switchover to protection channel occurred in the USW (Unipolar Switch). The currently active protection channel is displayed in the USW column. Displays the current BSW control status. The following items are displayed: Auto, Manual, Forced, and Lockout. Auto is displayed when the control is not being applied. Nothing is displayed for channels that are not subject to the RPS. A hyphen (-) is displayed for the protection channel when lookout control is not being applied. Displays the current USW control status. The following items are displayed: Auto, Manual, Forced, and Lockout. Auto is displayed when the control is not being applied. Nothing is displayed for channels that are not subject to the RPS. A hyphen (-) is displayed for the protection channel when lookout control is not being applied.

USW

RPS Control BSW

USW

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Alarm Severity List (1)

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RPS & Loopback Far End BSW

Displays the current Far End BSW control status. The following items are displayed: Auto, Manual, Forced, and Lockout. Auto is displayed when the control is not being applied. Nothing is displayed for channels that are not subject to the RPS. A hyphen (-) is displayed for the protection channel when lookout control is not being applied.

Loopback Control Line

Radio

Displays the current Loopback control status on the Line side. "On" is displayed when the Loopback control is being applied. "Off" is displayed when it is not being applied. Displays the current Loopback control status on the Radio side. "On" is displayed when the Loopback control is being applied. "Off" is displayed when it is not being applied.

Operate RPS Button: Click to open the Operate RPS subwindow used to control the RPS. Operate Loopback Button: Click to open the Operate Loopback subwindow used to operate the loopback function for radio and line direction.

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Alarm Severity List (2)

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3.1.1

Operate RPS

This menu executes control commands such as manual switching function of the RPS. To execute RPS control command: Click the Operate RPS button in the RPS & Loopback main frame, then the Operate RPS subwindow will appear.

Fig. 19

Operate RPS Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the target facility you want. Selectable AIDs depend on the Edit System-Max-CG setting. Switch BSW USW : Operate BSW. : Operate BSW.

Action Click the pull-down menu button to select the RPS operation. Operate Manual : Operate the switch manually Operate Forced : Operate the switch forcibly. Operate Lockout Release Manual Release Forced Release Lookout Operate Button Cancel Button : : : : : Inhibit any type of RPS operation. Release the Manual operation. Release the Forced operation. Release the Lockout operation. Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.)

: Cancel the operation.

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Operate RPS Subwindow

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Automatic Switching In the case of Automatic switching, BSW operation caused by MSTU unit failure has the priority to USW operation. SF (Signal Fail) has the priority to SD (Signal Degrade). A priority channel shall be set to have the priority against the other channels, if the switch initiator is the same priority grade. Manual Control The RPS can be controlled manually through the SRT1F Web LT. Functions and the priority order of manual control are as follows:

Control Lockout Forced

Priority 1st 2nd

Function Inhibit any type of RPS operation. Switch the Work CH unless the specified Work CH or Prot CH is locked out. The Work CH will be switched over to Prot CH, if Prot CH is free and normal. The CH switched by Manual or OCC control will be chased out from Prot CH through the automatic switching. The traffic will be switched over to Prot CH, if Prot CH is free and normal. Occasional traffic transmission (option) The lowest priority traffic is allowed when Prot CH is free and normal. The OCC traffic gives way according to any other RPS command.

(Automatic) 3 rd

Manual OCC

4 th 5 th

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Switching Priority

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Operate Loopback

This menu operates Loopback function for working signal bearers. To operate Loopback: Click the Operate Loopback button in the RPS & Loopback main frame, then the Operate Loopback subwindow will appear.

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Operate Loopback Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the facility you want. Selectable AIDs depend on the Edit System-Max-CG setting. Action Operate : Operate Loopback to the intended channel. Release : Release the Loopback. To operate Loopback, STM1MS (STM-1 Multiplex Section) facility should be ISMT (In-Service Maintenance ) state on the target channel in advance. Direction Line Radio Operate Button : Operate Loopback toward Line side. : Operate Loopback toward Radio side. : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) : Cancel the operation.

Cancel Button

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Operate Loopback Subwindow

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MSTU BSW RS Drop MS Drop Line Lo op back Radio Lo op back RS Insert MS Insert Pointer MS Drop RS Drop RSPI Pointer MS Insert RS Insert RSPI

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Operate Loopback

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3.2

Clock Source

This menu shows current status of the clock source. To open the Clock Source status main frame: Click the Clock Source link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the Clock Source condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame.

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Clock Source Main Frame for Status Display

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Protection TCU Act TCU : Displays the TCU (Timing Control Unit) card currently used. Status X/Y : Displays the control status of the TCU card. The following items are displayed: Auto, Manual, Forced, and Freeze. Auto is displayed when the control is not being applied. A hyphen (-) is displayed for Y if Disable is selected from the TCU Protection option in the Edit System subwindow for system configuration settings. Sync Timing Clock

: Displays the timing clock currently used. "LC (Line Clock)" is not displayed If Mode1 is selected from the Sync Mode option in the Edit Sync Mode subwindow for synchronization settings. : Displays the priority currently applied for the NE (Network Element) timing clock.

Timing Source

Operate TCU Button: Click to open the Operate TCU subwindow used to operate the protection function for the TCU card (unit). Operate Sync Button: Click to open the Operate Sync subwindow used to select the timing source for the system synchronization. Fig. 26 Clock Source Main Frame for Status Display

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3.2.1

Operate TCU (Operating Protection SW for TCU)

This menu manually operates the card (unit) protection for the TCU card (unit) if applicable. To operate Protection for TCU card (unit): Click the Operate TCU button in the Clock Source main frame, then the Operate TCU subwindow will appear.

Fig. 27

Operate TCU Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the button to select the TCU assigned to working (-X) or protection (-Y) for the target AID. Action Click the pull-down menu button to select the mode of switching operation. Operate Manual : Operate the switch manually. Operate Forced : Operate the switch forcibly. Operate Freeze : Inhibit any type of protection switching. Release Manual : Release the Manual operation, then back to Auto. Release Forced : Release the Forced operation, then back to Auto. Release Freeze : Release the Freeze operation, then back to Auto. Operate Button : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) Cancel the operation.

Cancel Button

Protection switching for the TCU card (unit) is non-revertible. To switch back from the new working card (unit) to the former working card (unit), select the new (current) working card (unit), then execute the manual operation command.

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Operate TCU Subwindow

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Manual Control TThe priority order of manual controls is as follows:

Control Freeze Forced

Priority 1
st

Function Inhibit any type of protection switching. Operate protection switching manually, regardless the protection card (unit) is normal or not. Operate protection switching, if the Card (Unit) Failure is detected on the working card (unit) and the protection card (unit) is normal. Operate protection switching manually, if the protection card (unit) is normal.

2nd

(Automatic) 3rd Manual 4th

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Switching Priority

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Operate Sync (Operating Sync SW)

This menu manually selects the timing clock source for system synchronization. To operate the Sync SW: Click the Operate Sync button in the Clock Source main frame, then the Operate Sync subwindow will appear.

Fig. 30

Operate Sync Subframe

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Timing clock EC LC

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Operate through EC (Equipment Clock). Operate through LC (Line Clock). LC can only be selected in the clock Mode2, selected from the Sync Mode option in the Edit Sync Mode for synchronization settings.

Timing source Click the pull-down menu button to select the timing source. Release : Release manual control, then revert to Auto. Priority1 Priority2 Priority3 : : : Manually select the clock accepted as Priority1. Manually select the clock accepted as Priority2. Manually select the clock accepted as Priority3. Priority3 can not be selected as the EC clock in the clock Mode2, selected from the Sync Mode option in the Edit Sync Mode for synchronization settings. Manually select the Internal clock. Manually select the Holdover clock. Execute the command (Clicking the button, confirmation sub-windows Command will be operated, OK? will follow.) Cancel the operation

Internal Holdover Operate Button

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Cancel Button Fig. 31

Operate Sync Subframe

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Remote Card Identifier (RCI)

This menu shows current control status for the RCI corresponding to each AID (Access Identification). The UNIT LED on the card (unit) is being blinked by remote control to attract attention for the maintenance staffs on the site. Click the RCI link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the RCI condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame.

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RCI Main Frame for Status Display

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Remote Card Identifier GP : Represents the RPS (Radio Protection Switching) Group for MSTU (Main Signal Transmission Unit). A hyphen (-) indicates that the cards (units) do not belong to the RPS Group. : RCI control is active condition. UNIT LED on the card (unit) is blinking. : RCI control is inactive condition. : No card (unit) is configured.

On Off Hyphen (-)

Operate RCI Button: Click to open the Operate RCI subwindow used to control the RCI. Fig. 33 RCI Main Frame for Status Display

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3.3.1

Operate RCI

This menu operates or releases RCI control. To operate RCI control: Click the Operate RCI button in the Remote Card Identifier main frame, then the Operate RCI subwindow will appear.

Fig. 34

Operate RCI Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the AID for the target card (unit) to activate RCI. Selectable AIDs depend on the Edit System-Max-CG setting. GP1-P : Operate RCI of GP1-P . GP1-W1 : Operate RCI of GP1-W1 TCU-X : Operate RCI of TCU-X TCU-Y : Operate RCI of TCU-Y SV : Operate RCI of SV Release All : Release RCI control : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation Operate Button subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) : Cancel the operation. Cancel Button

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Operate RCI Subwindow

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Control House Keeping

This menu shows current status for the digital output port of the HK (House Keeping) card (unit). To open the HK control status main frame: Click the Control HK link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the Control House Keeping condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame.

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Control House Keeping Main Frame for Status Display

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AID (Access Identification) Represents the target AID. 0-1 to 0-4 : House keeping output port number on the SV card (unit). 1-1 to 1-16 : House keeping output port number on the optional HK1 card (unit). 2-1 to 2-16 : House keeping output port number on the optional HK2 card (unit). Item Description for the control item. This can be set through the provisioning menu, as the need arises. Status On Off : Dry contact port is in closed condition. : Dry contact port is in open condition.

Operate RCI Button: Click to open the Operate RCI subwindow used to control the RCI.

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Control House Keeping Main Frame for Status Display

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Operate HK

This menu operates or releases HK control. To operate HK control: Click the Operate HK button in the Control House Keeping main frame, then the Operate HK subwindow will appear.

Fig. 38

Operate HK Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the AID for the target SV and/or HK card (unit) you want. HK0-1 to HK0-4 : House keeping output port number on the SV card (unit). HK1-1 to HK1-16 : House keeping output port number on the HK1 card (unit). HK2-1 to HK2-16 : House keeping output port number on the HK2 card (unit). Action On Off Operate Button : Dry contact port is in closed condition. : Dry contact port is in open condition. : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) : Cancel the operation.

Cancel Button

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Operate HK Subwindow

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HK Description (HK Message)

This menu sets the description of HK (Housekeeping) digital input and output ports. To open the HK Description main frame: Click the Provisioning Menu link in the Provisioning part of the menu frame, then the Provisioning Menu main frame will appear. Click the HK Description link in the Provisioning Menu main frame, then the HK Description subwindow will appear.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Provisioning Menu Button: Click to return to the Provisioning Menu main frame. Hyphens (-) in the OUT column indicate that corresponding output ports are not configured. Edit HK Button: Click to open the Edit HK subwindow used to change the settings for housekeeping. Fig. 40 Control House Keeping Main Frame for Status Display

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AID (Access Identification) Represents the target AID. 0-1 to 0-4 : House keeping output port number on the SV card (unit). 1-1 to 1-16 : House keeping output port number on the optional HK1 card (unit). 2-1 to 2-16 : House keeping output port number on the optional HK2 card (unit). Item Description for the control item. This can be set through the provisioning menu, as the need arises. Status On Off : Dry contact port is in closed condition. : Dry contact port is in open condition.

Operate RCI Button: Click to open the Operate RCI subwindow used to control the RCI.

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Control House Keeping Main Frame for Status Display

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Edit HK (Setting External Control Name)

To set the External Control Names: Click the Edit HK button in the Hk Description main frame, then the Edit HK subwindow will appear.

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Edit HK Subwindow

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Unit (Card) HK0 HK1 HK2 IN/OUT IN OUT

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Housekeeping port on the SV (Supervisory) unit (card) is provided as a standard. Housekeeping port is on the optional HK1 unit (card). To use this port, optional HK unit (card) is necessary. Housekeeping port is on the optional HK2 unit (card). To use this port, optional HK unit (card) is necessary. Digital input port Digital output port

: :

No. Click the pull-down menu button to select the item number you want to set. (Range: 1-32) For SV : Inputx8/Outputx4 For HK : Inputx32/Outputx16

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Edit HK Subwindow

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If you select the number exceeding specified above, Cant Setup the Description message is displayed in the text box of Description. Description Fill in the Description text box for the housekeeping control item with the codes of not more than 10 alphanumeric characters.

Operate Button

Cancel Button

Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Configuration will be changed. OK? will follow.) Cancel the operation.

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Edit HK Subwindow

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Set Date

This menu sets current time and date of the real time clock on the SV (Supervisory) card (unit). To set time and date: Click the Set Date link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the set Date subwindow will appear.

Fig. 45

Control House Keeping Main Frame for Status Display

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Set Date Click the pull-down menu button to select the time and the date. Year : Select year. (Range = 2002 to 2035) Month : Select Month. (Range = 1 to 12) Day : Select Day. (Range = 1 to 31) Day 31 can not be set in Feb, Apr, Jun, Sep, and Nov. Day 30 can not be set in Feb. Day 29 can not be set in Feb except a leap year. Hour Minute Second Operate Button : : : : Select Hour with 24-hour notation. (Range = 0 to 23) Select Minute. (Range = 00 to 59) Select Second. (Range = 00 to 59) Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) Cancel the operation.

Cancel Button

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Set Date Subwindow

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Revise Date

This menu operates a query of the time to NTP (Network Time Protocol) server and to adjust the real time clock on the SV (Supervisory) card (unit). To revise the date: Click the Revise Date link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the Revise Date subwindow will appear.

Request the time for NTP Server execute time correction for NE : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, Operate Button confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) : Cancel the operation. Cancel Button The IP address of NTP server can be designated through the provisioning menu. Fig. 47 Revise Date Subwindow

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3.8

Operate RPI (Radio Physical Interface)

This menu operates RPI control which is the special function for installation and maintenance work. To operate RPI control: Click the Operate RPI link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the Operate RPI subwindow will appear.

Fig. 48

Operate RPI Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the AID you want to control. Selectable AIDs depend on the Edit System-Max-CG setting. Command Click the pull-down menu button to select the command. CW : Select to stop modulation, CW (Carrier Wave) will be transmitted. ALCOFF : Select to stop the operation of ALC (Automatic Level Control) for the transmitter RF output power. AGCOFF : Select to stop the operation of AGC (Automatic Gain Control) for the receiver. SDDADE : Select to perform SD-DADE (Space Diversity-Differential Absolute Delay Equalizer) adjustment in IF frequency range. RXLCLINT : Select to apply the internal local carrier supply to the receiver with XPIC (Cross Polarization Interference Canceller) normally operating through the local carrier supplied by the master receiver. EPSOFF : Select to stop the operation of EPS (Endless Phase Shifter) in the receiver local carrier supply. DADEADJUST : Select to perform DADE (Differential Absolute Delay Equalizer) adjustment in the base band. XPICRST : Select to stop the operation of XPIC in the receiver. FMSR : Select to operate FMSR (Frequency Measurement) function. RSPI (Radio Section Physical Interface) state of the target card (unit) should be changed to IS-MAINT (In-Service Maintenance) state, before operation. Fig. 49 Restart Network Subwindow

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Action Click the pull-down menu button to select operation or release. Operate : Operate RPI control. Release : Release RPI control. Operate Button : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) Cancel Button : Cancel the operation. DADE Adjustment DADE (Differential Absolute Delay Equalization) adjustment is provided to compensate the baseband signal transmission path difference between any of working channels and protection channel. DADE adjustment is required to assure the hitless switching for RPS (Radio Protection Switching) on fade. FMSR FMSR (Frequency Measurement) function is to measure IF-IF amplitude frequency response and group delay characteristics on hop basis. When FMSR is set on SRT1F WebLT, activation of AGC OFF and EPS OFF at Near End (Local) station and at once ALC OFF at Far End (Faced) station are automatically carried out. Fig. 50 Restart Network Subwindow To execute the function, follow the steps below: Operate manual USW (Unipolar Switch) for the target channel. Change the RSPI state from IS (In-Service) to IS-MAINT (In-Service Maintenance). Operate DADEADJUST, then transmission path difference is measured and internal delay equalizer setting is optimized automatically. Back the RSPI state from IS-MAINT to IS. Release manual USW for the target channel.

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Operate RPI Adjustment

This menu operates RPI control which is the special function for installation and maintenance work. To operate RPI control: Click the Operate RPI link in the Control part of the menu frame, then the Operate RPI subwindow will appear.

Fig. 51

Operate RPI ADJ Equipment Subwindow

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AID (Access Identification) Click the pull-down menu button to select the AID you want to control. Selectable AIDs depend on the Edit System-Max-CG setting. Item Click the pull-down menu button to select the command. TXPWR : Select to transmitter output power level adjustment. TXGAIN : Select to transmitter RF gain adjustment. RXRFGAIN : Select to receiver RF gain adjustment. RXIFGAIN : Select to receiver IF gain adjustment. SDGAIN : Select to SD receiver IF gain adjustment. SDSLOPE : Select to SD receiver IF group delay slope adjustment. RSPI (Radio Section Physical Interface) state of the target card (unit) should be changed to IS-MAINT(In-Service Maintenance) state before operation.

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Operate RPI ADJ Equipment Subwindow

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Mode Click the pull-down menu button to select operation or release. 20 : Select "INCREASE Coarse" 1 : Select "INCREASE Fine" -1 : Select "DECREASE Fine" - 20 : Select "DECREASE Coarse"

Action Click the pull-down menu button to select operation or release. Operate : Operate RPI adjustment Release Operate Button Cancel Button : Release RPI adjustment : Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Command will be operated. OK? will follow.) : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 53

Operate RPI ADJ Equipment Subwindow

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3.10

Retrieve Data

This menu shows the status of section trace using J0 byte, Physical Inventory for the unit (card) installed in the NE (Network Element), and the receiving value for the SSMB (Synchronous State Message Byte).

Fig. 54

Retrieve Data Menu Link in Menu Frame

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3.10.1

Received Trace

This menu displays the Section Trace information of signal which is assigned to J0 byte. To open the Received Trace main frame: Click the Received Trace link in the Retrieve Data part of the menu frame, then the Received Trace condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Fig. 55 Received Trace Main Frame

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AID (Access Identification) Displays the AID for the target channel. Line/Radio Received Data Send Data : : Received data from Line or Radio side of the channel specified by AID

Sending data to Line or Radio side of the channel specified by AID Expect Data : Expected data receiving from Line or Radio side of the channel specified by AID Hyphen (-) indicates that the section trace function is not configured. In case the setting for J0 byte in the Edit RS (Provisioning) is performed Through or STM-ID, STIM (Section Trace ID Mismatch) alarm will be issued, if there is a difference between Received Data and Expected Data.

Fig. 56

Received Trace Main Frame

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3.10.2

Physical Inventory Unit (Card)

This menu shows Physical Inventory that is an information for each unit (card) installed in the NE (Network Element), such as unit (card) name, unit (card) code, manufacturing date, and so on. To open the Physical Inventory Unit main frame: Click the Physical Inventory Unit link in the Retrieve Data part of the menu frame, then the Physical Inventory Unit condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Fig. 57 Physical Inventory Unit (Card) Main Frame

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Physical Inventory Unit (Card) Unit : Represents the AID (Access Identification) for the target unit (card). SIU Type : SIU (Slide-in Unit) Type is the name of the unit (card) shown in the AID. SIU BLD HW : SIU BLD HW (SIU Build Hardware) is the hardware for the revised version of the unit (card). SIU BLD SW : SIU BLD SW (SIU Build Software) is the installed software for the revised version of the unit (card). SV (Supervisory) and ECU (Embedded Communication Unit) unit (card) have this field. A hyphen (-) is filled in for the other units (cards). SIU Serial No. : Serial numbers of the units (cards) are displayed.

Fig. 58

Physical Inventory Unit (Card) Main Frame

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3.10.3

Management Table Status

This menu shows the management table status. To open the Management Table Status main frame: Click the Management Table Status link in the Retrieve Data part of the menu frame, then the Display the OPS Management Table Status condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame. Fig. 59 Management Table Status Main Frame

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Management Table Status Static Table : The way to Entry (or Delete) to Static Table is setting Network Setting 2. IP Address : NE sends Trap-UDP to OPS server that have this IP address. Community : NE sets it to community name of Trap-PDU. Name . Trap Port : NE uses this Trap Port to send Trap-UDP SNMP Version : NE sets it to SNMP Version of Trap-PDU Erase Time : This is auto Log out timer for Dynamic Table in second. Status : Displays the Dynamic Table. If status is 1, Entry is active. Dynamic Table : The way to Entry to Dynamic Table is setting from OPS client. The way to Delete is setting from OPS server or TimeOut which is erase time = 0.

Fig. 60

Management Table Status Main Frame

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3.10.4

SSMB (Synchronous Status Message Byte)

This menu shows the quality value of the received SSMB. To open the SSMB main frame: Click the SSMB link in the Retrieve Data part of the menu frame, then the SSMB condition table will appear in the main frame.

Reload Button: Click to refresh the status of displayed main frame.

SSMB (Synchronous Status Message Byte) AID : Represents the AID (Access Identification) for the target channel. S1 Quality/Line : Quality value of the received SSMB from line side for the target AID. S1 Quality/Radio : Quality value of the received SSMB from radio side for the target AID. Fig. 61 SSMB Main Frame

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Relation between received S1 byte and SSMB quality value is listed in the Table.

Received S1 Byte 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 Fig. 62

SSMB Value 6 6 2 6 3 6 6 6 4 6 6 5 6 6 6 6

Quality Description Quality unknown (undefined) G.811 (undefined) G.812 Transit (undefined) (undefined) (undefined) G.812 Local (undefined) (undefined) Synchronous Equipment Timing Source (SETS) (undefined) (undefined) (undefined) Do Not use for Synchronization (DNS)

SSMB Quality Table

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3.11

History

This menu shows the history of conditions and commands which have been operated by the user as to the NE (Network Element).

Fig. 63

Retrieve Data Menu Link in Menu Frame

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<< Button < Button >> Button > Button No. Alarm Time

: : : : : :

Skip back to the first page. Open the previous page. Skip to the last page. Open the next page. Represents the number of historical items.
Represents the date and time of the alarms and events occurred or restored (cleared). It is shown in following format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss where: YYYY: MM: DD: hh: mm: ss: Year Month Day Hour in 24-hour notation Minute Second

AID Type AID Item Status

: : : :

Represents the AID (Access Identification) type of the alarms or events occurred or restored. Represents the AID of the alarms or events occurred or restored. Description for the alarms or events occurred or restored Status of the historical items. Occurred;It shows occurred time of the alarm or event. Restored;It shows restored time of the alarm or event.

Maximum 1500 items (15 items x 100 pages) can be stored in an NE. If historical items exceed the number, the oldest item will be overwritten by older one.

Fig. 64

History Condition Main Frame

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History Download Button: Click to open the Condition History Download subwindow used to download the history for conditions. History Clear Button: Click to open the Condition History Clear subwindow used to clear the history for conditions.

Fig. 65

History Condition Main Frame

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3.11.1

Condition History Clear (Log Clear)

To clear the history for conditions: Click the History Clear button in the History Condition main frame, then the Condition History Clear subwindow will appear.

Operate Button

Cancel Button Fig. 66

: Execute the command.(Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow History will be cleared. OK? will follow to clear the history log in the memory of the NE [Network Element]). : Cancel the operation.

Condition History Clear Subwindow

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OK Button

Cancel Button

: The history log in the memory of the NE (Network Element) is cleared and the History Condition main frame without history condition items will appear. : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 67

Confirmation Subwindow for History Clear

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Fig. 68

History Condition Main Frame after History Log Cleared

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3.11.2

Condition History Download

Click the History Download button in the History Condition main frame, then the Condition History Download subwindow will appear.

Operate Button

Cancel Button

: Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Do you want to create the file.? will follow to create the history log file in the Local Terminal PC.) : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 69

Condition History Download Subwindow

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OK Button Cancel Button

: Clicking the button, History file was created subwindow will appear. : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 70

Confirmation Subwindow for History Log File Creating

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HistoryFile.csv Right-click to display menu options and click to select. Open : Open the Condition History file in the window. Open in New Window : Open the Condition History file in the new window. Save the target file. Save Target File : Print Target : Print the target file. : Click to close the subwindow. Close Button

Fig. 71

History file was created Subwindow

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3.12

History Control and Provisioning

This menu shows the histories for the control commands and provisioning operation. To open the History Control & Provisioning main frame Click the Control & Provisioning link in the History part of the menu frame, then the History Control & Provisioning condition table will appear in the main frame.

Fig. 72

History Control & Provisioning Main Frame

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<< Button < Button >> Button > Button No. Alarm Time

: : : : : :

Skip back to the first page. Open the previous page. Skip to the last page. Open the next page. Represents the number of historical items.
Represents the date and time of the alarms and events occurred or restored (cleared). It is shown in following format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss where: YYYY: MM: DD: hh: mm: ss: Year Month Day Hour in 24-hour notation Minute Second

Represents the executed commands to the NE (Network Element). Result : Represents the results of the operation. command was accepted The command was received by the NE. command was executed The command was executed and completed by the NE. command was not accepted The command was not received by the NE or was not completed. IP : IP (Internet Protocol) address of the operator terminal Maximum 1500 items (15 items x 100 pages) can be stored in an NE. If historical items exceed the number, the oldest item will be overwritten by older one. Fig. 73 History Control & Provisioning Main Frame

Operation

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History Download Button: Click to open the Control & Provisioning History Download subwindow used to download the history for control and provisioning. History Clear Button: Click to open the Control & Provisioning History Clear subwindow used to clear the history for control and provisioning.

Fig. 74

History Control & Provisioning Main Frame

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3.12.1

Control & Provisioning History Clear (Log Clear)

To clear the history for control and provisioning: Click the History Clear button in the History Control & Provisioning main frame, then the Control & Provisioning History Clear subwindow will appear.

Operate Button

Cancel Button Fig. 75

: Execute the command.(Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow History will be cleared. OK? will follow to clear the history log in the memory of the NE [Network Element]). : Cancel the operation.

Control & Provisioning History Clear Subwindow

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OK Button

Cancel Button Fig. 76

: The history log in the memory of the NE (Network Element) is cleared and the History Control & Provisioning main frame without history control and provisioning items will appear. : Cancel the operation.

Confirmation Subwindow for History Clear

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Fig. 77

History Control & Provisioning Main Frame after History Log Cleared

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3.12.2

Control & Provisioning History Download

To download the history for control and provisioning: Click the History Download button in the History Control & Provisioning main frame, then the Control & Provisioning History Download subwindow will appear.

Operate Button

Cancel Button

: Execute the command. (Clicking the button, confirmation subwindow Do you want to create the file.? will follow to create the history log file in the Local Terminal PC. : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 78

Control & Provisioning History Download Subwindow

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Do your want to create the file?

OK Button Cancel Button

: Clicking the button, History file was created subwindow will appear. : Cancel the operation.

Fig. 79

Confirmation Subwindow for History Log File Creating

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HistoryFile.csv Right-click to display menu options and click to select. Open : Open the Control & Provisioning History file in the window. Open in New : Open the Control & Provisioning History file in Window the new window. Save Target File : Save the target file. Print Target : Print the target file. : Click to close the subwindow. Close Button

Fig. 80

History file was created Subwindow

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