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TransXpress SDH Products

Technical Description

Synchronous Multiplexer

SMA1K

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

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CONTENTS

2

GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS

4

RELATED DOCUMENTS

5

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

6

1.1 Introduction

6

1.2 Function

6

1.3 Main Features

7

2. APPLICATIONS

8

2.1 Configuration

8

2.1.1 Add-Drop Multiplexer

8

2.1.2 Terminal Multiplexer

8

2.2 Network Topologies

9

2.3 Deployment and Usage

10

2.3.1 Core Network Deployment

10

2.3.2 Edge Network Deployment

10

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

11

3.1 Implementation

11

3.2 Equipment Modularity

13

3.3 Protection

14

4. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

15

4.1 SDH Background

15

4.2 Equipment Architecture

16

4.3 Cross-Connections

16

4.4 SMA1K Management

16

4.4.1 Local Management

17

4.4.2 Remote Management

17

4.5 Timing And Synchronisation

19

4.6 Protection Mechanisms

20

4.6.1 Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)

20

4.6.2 Sub-Network Connection Protection (SNC/P)

21

4.6.3 Card Protection

21

4.7 Fault Management

22

4.8 Performance Management

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

5. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

23

5.1 Interfaces

23

5.1.1 Line Interface, STM-1 Optical

23

5.1.2 Tributary Interface, 2 Mbit/S

23

5.1.3 Tributary Interface, 34 Mbit/S

23

5.1.4 Synchronisation Interfaces

23

5.1.5 Local Craft Terminal Interface

23

5.1.6 Element Manager Interface

23

5.1.7 Engineering Order Wire (EOW) Interface

24

5.1.8 External Data Channel Interface

24

5.1.9 External User Alarm (TIF) Interface

24

5.1.10 In-Station Alarm (BW7R) Interface

24

5.2 Protection

25

5.2.1 Multiplex Section Protection

25

5.2.2 Sub-Network Connection Protection

25

5.3 Operation And Maintenance

25

5.3.1 Alarm Management

25

5.3.2 Performance Management

25

5.4 Environment

25

5.5 Power Supply

25

5.6 Dimensions

25

6. ANNEX

26

6.1 Equipment Modularity

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6.2 SMA1K Rack Configuration

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS ADM Add/Drop Multiplexer AIS

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS

ADM

Add/Drop Multiplexer

AIS

Alarm Indication Signal

ALS

Automatic Laser Safety shutdown

APDP

Alarm and Power Distribution Panel

ASIC

Application Specific Integrated Circuit

ATM

Asynchronous Transfer Mode

AU

Administrative Unit

BW7R

Bauweise 7R , ( Special construction standard )

DCC

Data Communication Channel

ECC

Embedded Control Channel

EM-OS

Element Manager Operation System

EOW

Engineering Order Wire

EWSD

Elektronische Wähl System Digital

F

F interface to local craft terminal LCT

LAN

Local Area Network

LCT

Local Craft Terminal

LOS

Loss Of Signal

MCF

Message Communication Function

MS

Multiplex Section

MSP

Multiplex Section Protection

MTS

Multiplexer Timing Source

NRZ

Non Return to Zero

PBX

Private Branch Exchange

PDH

Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

POH

Path Overhead

POP

Point of Presence

Q

Q interface to telecommunication management network (TMN)

SC

System Controller

SDH

Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

SD

Signal Degraded

SEMF

Synchronous Equipment and Management Function

SF

Signal Fail

SMA

Synchronous Multiplexer

SMN/OS

Synchronous Management Network Operation System

SNC/P

Subnetwork connection protection with path monitoring

SOH

Section overhead

STM-1

Synchronous Transport Module level 1

TIF

Telemetry Interface

TM

Terminal Multiplexer

TU

Tributary unit

VC

Virtual container

VCXO

Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator

WAN

Wide Area Network

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 2. RELATED DOCUMENTS The design of the SMA1K is

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

2. RELATED DOCUMENTS

The design of the SMA1K is based on the following standards and recommendations:

ITU-T

G.703

 

G.707

G.708

G.709

G.783

G.813

G.823

G.841

G.957

G.958

V.11

EN

60 950

ETS

300 019

300

119

300

132

300

147

300

166

300

417 - 1

5

300

462-5

300

386-1

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION This document is intended

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

1.1 INTRODUCTION This document is intended to provide the reader with comprehensive information on the SMA1K Series 3 Synchronous Multiplexer.

The Synchronous Multiplexer SMA1K is a member of the Series 3 Family of SDH products developed by SIEMENS.

The Series 3 Product Family is a set of highly flexible equipment for the transport for PDH and SDH signals that supports SDH aggregate signals from STM-1 up to STM-16 hierarchical levels. The members of the Series 3 Product Family are Digital Crossconnects, Synchronous Line Equipment, Synchronous Radio and Synchronous Multiplexers.

For more information about the other Siemens SDH Products from the Series 3 Family please refer to the appropriate Product Descriptions.

1.2 FUNCTION The SMA1K is an ultra compact Synchronous Multiplexer that operates at a line rate of 155 Mbit/s (STM-1). In its Standard Configuration it offers tributary access for 21x2Mbit/s. The tributary access can be expanded via optional daughter boards to 63x2Mbit/s or to 21x2Mbit/s plus 1x34Mbit/s.

In addition, it also offers various interfaces for:

Operator monitoring/control by local or remote management systems (LCT/NCT and/or TransCommander)

In-Station Alarm Scheme (BW7R)

EOW facility

External Data Channels

External Synchronisation

External Alarm Inputs

In its simplest application (as unprotected Terminal Multiplexer) all of the above functions are realised on a Single Card. Only two Cards are required for protected Terminal or full Add-Drop Multiplexer Applications. This is made possible by high level of integration and utilisation of the latest state-of-the-art development in the semi-conductor technology (ASICs with approximately 1 million gates).

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1.3 MAIN FEATURES

The major features of the SMA1K are:

Ultra compact design that allows it to be used as a terminal or an add-drop multiplexer. This offers the network operator planning flexibility and considerable savings in exchange floor space, spares holding, training requirements and maintenance costs.

SDH - Multiplex structure according to ETSI specification ETS 300147 (derived from ITU -T Rec. G.707).

STM-1 L-1.1 & L-1.2 Optical Interfaces with E2000, DIN or FC/PC type of optical connectors.

Tributary access of up to 63x2Mbit/s or 21x2Mbit/s plus 1x34Mbit/s multiplexed directly into STM-1 Optical Bearer.

SMart (STEP Mechanical State-of-the-Art) Quarter Pack housing mountable on a 19” or ETSI type racks (4 units per row, total of 16 per rack).

Extensive Traffic and Equipment Protection Mechanisms.

Comprehensive synchronisation capability including support of SSMB operation and the ability to synchronise to incoming STM-1 line, external synchronisation sources or from a 2 Mbit/s tributary.

Support of line-line and line-trib type cross-connections.

Support of broadcast type cross-connections.

Automatic Laser safety shutdown (ALS).

Distributed power supply. Each Card is equipped with an on-board power converter which is fed via duplicated DC power feeds.

Full integration into the TransXpress TMN for Network Layer and Element Layer Management.

Remote operator control via the Siemens SDH Network Management System TransIntegrator (SMN-OS), Element Manager TransCommander (EMOS) and/or Network Craft Terminal (NCT).

Local operator control via Local Craft Terminal.

EOW Facility (optional).

Support of 64 kbit/s external data channels (compliant to V.11).

Support of In-Station Alarm Monitoring Scheme (BW7R).

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

2.

APPLICATIONS

2.1

CONFIGURATION The SMA1K can be configured as an Add-Drop Multiplexer (ADM) or as a Terminal Multiplexer (TM).

The unprotected Terminal Multiplexer Application is implemented on a single card.

The Add-Drop Application and the protected Terminal Multiplexer Application require only two cards.

2.1.1 Add-Drop Multiplexer This configuration allows access to aggregate bearer traffic in ring or chain networks.

STM-1 Aggregate

SMA1K

STM-1 Aggregate

Tributaries

21X2 Mbit/s

or

63X2 Mbit/s

or

21X2 Mbit/s plus 1X34 Mbit/s

 

Figure 1: Add/Drop Configuration

2.1.2 Terminal Multiplexers This configuration is used when the SMA1K is deployed as a spur from a SDH ring, at the end of a chain or in point to point applications.

STM-1 STM-1 1+1 (optional) SMA1K Tributaries 21X2 Mbit/s or 63X2 Mbit/s or 21X2 Mbit/s plus
STM-1
STM-1
1+1
(optional)
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21X2 Mbit/s or
63X2 Mbit/s or
21X2 Mbit/s
plus
1X34 Mbit/s

Figure 2: Terminal Configuration

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2.2 NETWORK TOPOLOGIES

SMA1K can be connected in a ring topology to interconnect customer premises equipment to

a local digital exchange or to interconnect local digital exchanges. It can also be connected in

a chain topology providing tributary access to main SDH Rings. A typical examples of both, the ring access and linear chain access are shown on Figure 3 below.

Local

SMA1K STM-1 Ring SMA1 SMA1K
SMA1K
STM-1 Ring
SMA1
SMA1K
Exchange SMA-4 STM-4 Ring STM-1 SMA-4 SMA1K STM-1 (Terminal) (Add-drop) SMA1K STM-1 (Add-drop) SMA1K STM-1
Exchange
SMA-4
STM-4 Ring
STM-1
SMA-4
SMA1K
STM-1
(Terminal)
(Add-drop)
SMA1K
STM-1
(Add-drop)
SMA1K
STM-1
(Terminal)
SMA1K
SMA-4
SMA-4

Figure 3: Example Network Topology

In the above figure the STM-1/4 rings can be build using mixes of SMA1K, Series 1 or Series 2 SDH Multiplexers from the Siemens SDH Product Family.

The SMA1K is fully compatible with the current generation of Siemens Series 1 and 2 SDH Multiplexers. It can be used for expanding existing field installations or adding new applications to the existing core networks. The SMA1K is well suited for ring and chain type applications and can be utilised in all types of network topologies.

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SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

2.3 DEPLOYMENT AND USAGE

The SMA1K is designed to complement the existing Siemens Families of SDH Multiplexer Products and to offer the existing and new customers the benefits of latest technology developments translated into simpler and more compact (smaller) thus more cost-effective product. Some of the envisaged deployment types for the SMA1K are indicated in the text below.

2.3.1 Core Network Deployment

Due to its application versatility the SMA1K is well suited to applications in the lower speed core transport networks. Typical SDH Multiplexer Applications like Add-Drop Multiplexer (ADM) or Terminal Multiplexer (TM) are both supported thus providing the operator with the flexibility to build ring or chain types of transport structures. Considering the compatibility with existing Series 1 and 2 Families of Siemens SDH Multiplexers it is perfectly suited for expansion of the existing installed base or network growth under the common network management platform. By deploying it in the Core Network the Network Operators can take full advantage of the increased simplicity and significant savings in the floor space offered by the SMA1K.

2.3.2 Edge Network Deployment

With its extremely compact design the SMA1K is particularly well suited to customer premises deployment. It can be easily located at the customer premises providing WAN access for a variety of other type of traditional customer premises equipment like PBX, Routers, LAN switches, Primary Rate Multiplexers or TV Codecs for transmission of TV Signals over digital transport networks.

In addition, the SMA1K can be used by network operators as POP (point-of-presence) to link separate parts of corporate networks or provide access for corporate networks to public networks.

The SMA1K can also be used as transport multiplexer in remote modules of the EWSD switching system or as a transport platform for the forthcoming ATM Access Switches located at customer premises.

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3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

3.1

IMPLEMENTATION

The SMA1K is implemented as a single card Synchronous Terminal Multiplexer that can be duplicated for the Add-Drop Applications. The SMA1K provides line and tributary interfaces as well as interfaces for local and remote management, synchronisation, external data channels, EOW, In-Station Alarm scheme etc. The Block Diagram of the SMA1K system concept is shown in figure 4, below.

BW7R Alarm i/f V.11 V.11 i/f System i/f F Controller Optical i/f Q STM-1 Interface
BW7R
Alarm i/f
V.11
V.11 i/f
System
i/f
F
Controller
Optical
i/f
Q
STM-1
Interface
ITRACHIP ASIC
EOW
EOW i/f
VCXO
MTS
2M Interfaces
2Mbit/s i/f
and
daughter
34 Mbit/s i/f
Power
board
Supply
Backplane
T3, T4
Figure 4: SMA1K System Concept Block Diagram

At the heart of the SMA1K is the state-of-the-art ITRACHIP ASIC which provides all of the switching and synchronisation functions. It allows cross-connections to be made between the line and the tributary side and in addition, in the add-drop applications, between the two available line sides.

The main card provides on-board tributary access for 21x2 Mbit/s data signals. In addition, provisions have been made for optional plug-in daughter boards that can increase the tributary access for additional 42x2Mbit/s or 1x34Mbit/s tributary ports.

Separate on-board circuitry is used to provide the Optical Line Interface, BW7R Interface and access to external V.11 compliant 64 kbit/s Data Channel. The EOW function is realised by an optional plug-in daughter board.

Block diagram of a SMA1K in a protected Terminal Multiplexer or Add-Drop Application is shown in figure 5 below.

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V.11
V.11 i/f
Worker Card
System
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F
Controller
Optical
i/f
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STM-1
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EOW i/f
VCXO
MTS
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Power
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T3, T4
Optical
STM-1
Interface
ITRACHIP ASIC
VCXO
MTS
2M Interfaces
and
daughter
Power
board
Supply
Protection Card

Figure 5: SMA1K Block Diagram for Protected Terminal or Add-Drop Applications

The basic hardware difference between the Worker Card and the Protection Card is that the System Controller, BW7R ,V11 and EOW function circuitry are realised on the Worker Card only.

The MTS function is implemented as part of each ITRACHIP ASIC. In addition, a very stable VCXO meeting the requirements of ITU-T Recommendation G.813 (+4,6 ppm) is used on each card to provide clock signals for cases where no other synchronisation sources are

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available (Freerunning mode of operation). In protected configuration all of the functions of the ITRACHIP ASICs are synchronized.

The on-board System Controller provides interfaces for local and/or remote management and carries out all of the SEMF and MCF functions. It supports both, F-Interface for local management (LCT) and Q-Interface for remote management (TransCommander). In protected applications the System Controller located on the Worker Card manages both, Worker and Protection Cards.

Note: Due to the power requirements of the AUI interface (Q-Interface) and limited space available on the Main Card, the circuitry feeding the AUI interface is located on the EOW daughter board. This means that whenever a NE is to be used as a GNE, an EOW daughter board has to be inserted. The design of the orderable items (Building Blocks) makes allowance for this specific requirement.

The Power Supply of the cards is realised using on-board power supply circuitry that is connected to the station power supply system via duplicated power feeds.

3.2 EQUIPMENT MODULARITY

The SMA1K consist of a core unit to which additional units can be added depending on the customer application. Table 1, below, depicts the units available with the SMA1K.

TABLE 1: SMA1K EQUIPMENT OPTIONS

TABLE 1: SMA1K EQUIPMENT OPTIONS

SMA1K Core Units

Sub-rack ETSI/19" Rack Mounting kit SMA1K Worker Card Set of connectors for power, timing, ancillary, tributaries etc.

Application Dependent Units

SMA1K Protection Card 42x2 Mbit/s Additional Tributary Access daughter board 1X 34Mbit/s Additional Tributary Access daughter board EOW daughter board and handset

The SMA1K Core can be upgraded with Application Dependent Unit(s) at any time during operation. In most of the situations the In-Service Upgrade can be carried out without affecting the existing traffic connections. A list of available equipment building blocks is provided in clause 6.1 of this document. Figure 6, below, shows the functional blocks of the SMA1K subrack .

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Figure 6:

SMA1K Subrack Functional Blocks

The interface area provides the required termination for tributary, timing, management and ancillary signals. The Worker and the Protection Card (if required) are located in the main card area as shown on Figure 7, below.

S S M M A A 1 1 K K W P (West) (East) (Optional)
S
S
M
M
A
A
1
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K
K
W
P
(West)
(East)
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Figure 7: SMA1K System in SMart QuarterPack housing

A

standard ETSI or 19" style rack allow up to four SMart QuarterPack-subracks to be placed

in

a row (next to each other) thus making possible installation of up to 16 complete SMA1K

systems in one standard ETSI/19" rack. This is a significant saving in installation space that Network Operators can take advantage off in installations where real estate is at a premium.

3.3

PROTECTION SMA1K provides a number of protection options. In addition to the card protection, as detailed above, SNC/P and MSP protection mechanisms are also supported. Further details on protection are given in Section 4, below.

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 4. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 4.1 SDH BACKGROUND The SMA1K supports

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4. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

4.1 SDH BACKGROUND

The SMA1K supports the multiplexing structure of G.709 and can be used in SDH networks based on ITU-T Recommendations G.707 to G.709.

The Multiplexing Structure defines the way in which signals are structured within the STM-1 frame, terminated by the SMA1K, as shown on Figure 8, below.

STM-1

X1

AU-4

by the SMA1K, as shown on Figure 8, below. STM-1 X1 AU-4 Pointer Processing Multiplexing Aligning

Pointer Processingby the SMA1K, as shown on Figure 8, below. STM-1 X1 AU-4 Multiplexing Aligning Mapping VC-4

Multiplexingshown on Figure 8, below. STM-1 X1 AU-4 Pointer Processing Aligning Mapping VC-4 X3 X1 TU-3

Aligning

Mapping

VC-4 X3 X1 TU-3 VC-3 TUG-3 X7 TUG-2 X3 TU-12 VC-12 C-12
VC-4
X3
X1
TU-3
VC-3
TUG-3
X7
TUG-2
X3
TU-12
VC-12
C-12
C-3
C-3

34

Mbit/s

2

Mbit/s

Figure 8: SMA1K Multiplexing Structure for STM-1 Aggregate Signals

For example, a 2 Mbit/s tributary signal is mapped into a C-12 container and Path Overhead (POH) information is added to form a Virtual Container, VC-12. The POH allows the operator to monitor the end-to-end path quality through the network.

The SMA1K also supports virtual containers for bit rates of 34 Mbit/s (VC-3).

A pointer is added to each virtual container to adapt signals between different timing clocks

used within the network. The VC and associated pointer combination are called Tributary

Units (TU). Multiple Tributary Units are multiplexed to form Tributary Unit Groups (TUGs)

as shown in Figure 8 above .

Seven TUG-2s or a single TU-3 are combined to form a TUG-3, which is then multiplexed

into a higher order Virtual Container, a VC-4. The VC-4 has an alignment pointer added to it

to produce an Administrative Unit (AU-4). Section Overhead (SOH) bytes are then added to

complete the STM-1 signal.

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4.2 EQUIPMENT ARCHITECTURE

In the transmit directions the signals from the tributary side are routed via the interface circuitry where they are terminated and presented to the ITRACHIP ASIC. There they are assembled into an aggregate STM-1 line signal. The ITRACHIP ASIC inserts the Section Overhead and retimes the data at the system clock. The signal is passed to the Optical Interface circuitry where the electrical format is converted to light and transmitted over the optical fibre bearer.

In the receive direction the reverse process takes place.

Section Overhead bytes accommodate the control and management transport function associated with the transmission of the SDH payload. These include frame alignment bytes, error monitoring data, data communications channels and auxiliary channels.

In addition to the ability to add/drop traffic from the STM-1 bearer the SMA1K has the capability for through traffic connectivity. The number of tributary access ports available is dependent on the mix of interfaces equipped. The SMA1K supports the following combinations of tributary traffic access ports:

Number of Ports

Physical Location

21x2Mbit/s

on-board

63x2Mbit/s

21 on-board + 42 on a daughter board

21x2Mbit/s + 1x34Mbit/s

21x2Mbit/s on-board + 1x34Mbit/s on a daughter board

4.3 CROSS-CONNECTIONS

The SMA1K supports cross-connections at VC-12 and VC-3 level only. The following type of cross-connections are supported:

Line to Line

Line to Trib

4.4 SMA1K MANAGEMENT The SMA1K can be managed by the operator either from a local or remote management system, Local Craft Terminal and TransCommander (EM-OS), respectively. In addition, Network Craft Terminal type management is also supported.

The following management functions are supported:

Configuration

Fault

Performance

Maintenance

Security

This is made possible by the on-board System Controller which is located on the Worker Card. The System Controller supports and carries out all of the relevant SEMF and MCF functions.

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If two cards are used in protected Terminal MUX applications or when he SMA1K is used as an Add/Drop Multiplexer then both cards, (the Worker and the Protection) are managed by the System Controller located on the Worker Card.

4.4.1 Local Management

An RS232 (F) interface is provided for direct connection of the Local Craft Terminal which is IBM compatible Personal Computer.

The Local Craft Terminal is a Windows NT based application for keyboard and mouse operation. The operator access is password protected to ensure that the SMA1K database is not accessed/altered by unauthorised users.

The minimum recommended hardware platform is as follows:

IBM compatible Personal Computer

486 or better processor running at 133 MHz+

16+ Mbytes of RAM

3.5 inch high density floppy disk drive

Serial port for connection to the SMA1K

Parallel port for a printer (optional)

VGA (or better) colour monitor

Microsoft Windows NT application

If supplied by Siemens, the LCT is most likely to exceed the above requirements.

4.4.2 Remote Management

A Qx interface (Ethernet) is provided for remote management of the SMA1K.

The remote management can be either by a Network Craft Terminal or a TransCommander (EM-OS) and is realised by using the DCCm communication channels between the "Gateway" SMA1K (the NE connected to the NCT/TransCommander via Ethernet link) and the other NEs that belong to the same sub-network, as shown on Figure 9, below.

IS-IS routing mechanism is used to provide DCC channel protection from network interruptions.

The Local Craft Terminal hardware platform (Personal Computer) with addition of an Ethernet compatible modem is used as a Network Craft Terminal by using the appropriate Network Software Application.

The TransCommander is a powerful software system running on a HP UNIX workstation. More information on the TransCommander can be found in its own product description document.

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION Network Craft Terminal (IBM Compatible PC) or TransCommander (HP

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION Network Craft Terminal (IBM Compatible PC) or TransCommander (HP

Network Craft Terminal (IBM Compatible PC) or TransCommander (HP Workstation)

sub-network Q SMA1K SMA1K SMA1K GNE SMA1K SMA1K
sub-network
Q
SMA1K
SMA1K
SMA1K
GNE
SMA1K
SMA1K

Figure 9: Remote Management of SMA1K

The general principle of SMA1K Remote Management on a Network Level when mixed with other types of network elements from the family of Siemens SDH Transport Products is shown in Figure 10, below.

TransCommander NCT (EMOS) Q Q Gateway Network Elements DCC Transmission Network SMA 1/4 Series 1
TransCommander
NCT
(EMOS)
Q
Q
Gateway Network Elements
DCC
Transmission Network
SMA 1/4
Series 1 and/or 2
SLR, SLT,
SLD
SMA1K

Figure 10: Remote Management of Siemens SDH Transport Products

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4.5 TIMING AND SYNCHRONISATION

The SMA1K is able to synchronise its internal system clock and all output interfaces from a variety of timing sources. All synchronisation functions are realised by the MTS functional block that is part of the ITRACHIP ASIC. Three modes of operation are supported, Freerun, Normal and Holdover.

In Freerun mode the internal clock and the STM-1 outputs are synchronised to a high quality VCXO oscillator that meets the requirements of the ITU-T Recommendation G.813 (frequency stability better than + 4,6 ppm).

In Normal Mode any or all of the following may be selected and prioritised as the synchronisation source:

Incoming STM-1 Signal Timing Reference T1, maximum 2 sources can be selected.

Selected 2 Mbit/s Tributary Port Timing Reference T2, maximum 2 out of the available 63x2 Mbit/s tributary signals can be selected.

External 2048 KHz signal Timing Reference T3/T4, one input and one output interface is available.

Should all the timing sources used under Normal Mode fail the SMA1K will go into Holdover Mode. In this mode the synchronisation is provided using the last known acceptable timing source.

When a selected timing source fails the next available priority is automatically selected without any effect on the existing traffic connections. When the original source is restored the consequent action depends on whether the operator has configured Revertive or Non- revertive operation. In Revertive mode each timing sink will always choose the higher priority timing source when it becomes available, after an operator configurable Wait-To- Restore time period.

In Non-revertive mode the higher priority source will not be selected after re-establishment until the currently selected source fails.

The equipment also supports the ITU-T defined Synchronisation Source Marker Byte (SSMB) function which allows the quality of the selected source to be transmitted within an STM-N signal. STM-N timing sources may be rejected on receipt of an SSMB timing marker reporting poor timing quality.

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4.6 PROTECTION MECHANISMS

SMA1K features extensive protection schemes for both traffic and equipment protection:

Traffic Protection

Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)

Sub Network Connection Protection (SNC/P)

Drop and Continue/Dual Homing

Equipment Protection

Tributary Protection, 2M, 34M

MTS Function Protection (Synchronisation)

Switching Network Protection

Optical Interfaces Protection (combined with MSP)

Power Supply Protection

All of the above protection functions are implemented by the 1*1 card protection of the main card.

All of the protection mechanisms can be configured as autonomous, manual, revertive or non-revertive.

In the Autonomous Mode the SMA1K takes action to rectify a traffic affecting defect by invoking a protection mechanism without operator intervention.

In the Manual Mode the protection mechanism is invoked by the operator via the management interface (local or remote).

In Revertive Mode the original condition is reselected when its quality has been restored to normal working. In Non-Revertive Mode the new condition will continue to be used even if the original condition has been restored to normal working.

4.6.1 Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)

The MSP type implemented in the SMA1K is a single ended linear MSP that combines Card Protection. Due to the ultra compact design (maximum of two cards per system) the MSP protection method can only be used in the Terminal Multiplexer Applications.

When MSP is used, both cards, Worker and Protection, receive both incoming STM-1 signals. Each card is responsible for its respective outgoing STM-1 line signal. In the normal operation the Worker Card monitors both incoming multiplex sections and feeds the working STM-1 traffic to the tributary interfaces. When disturbance is detected in any of the incoming STM-1 signals then the alternative incoming STM-1 signal is selected. In case of a Worker Card failure the Protection Card is enabled to feed the incoming STM-1 traffic to the tributary side.

In addition to the traffic the MSOH bytes DCCm, E2, NU98, NU99, RES62 and RES63 are also protected with the linear MSP.

The MSP can be configured to be automatic, manual, revertive or non-revertive.

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4.6.2 Sub-Network Connection Protection (SNC/P)

This protection mechanism is applicable to ring configurations and is available for VC- 12 and VC-3 levels.

At the transmit end the TU traffic from a single tributary port is presented to both, East and West Line Cards to provide transmission in both directions around the ring. At the receiving end a selection is made for one of the two available signals coming from the two separate lines.

Any line or tributary port can be selected as a source or destination.

The SNC/P can be configured to be automatic or manual.

4.6.3 Card Protection

In general, this method can only be used in conjunction with the other protection mechanisms described above (SNC/P or MSP). If a total Worker Card failure occurs then the Protection Card is capable of maintaining error free all of the existing traffic connection.

The Power Supply and MTS circuitry functions are protected as part of the Card Protection mechanism. If any of them fail on the Worker Card , then all of the functions are taken over to be handled by the Protection Card.

After Card Protection has taken place the management access via F/Q interface is possible if the System Controller (SC) circuitry located on the Worker Card is still active i.e. if the Worker Card failure did not affect the System Controller circuitry.

In the cases where total Worker Card failure occurs including the SC then all of the traffic functions would be taken over by the Protection Card. At this point, although the existing traffic would not be affected (after a short switchover period), the management of the SMA1K would be interrupted. The removal of the faulty Worker Card (where the SC is located) will not affect the existing traffic as it is handled by the Protection Card. When the replacement Worker Card is inserted the new SC would first upload all of the configuration data from a non-volatile memory bank located on the subrack backplane. After successful completion of the configuration upload the SC becomes functional, the Worker Card would be ready to handle the traffic again and the management function would be re-established.

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4.7 FAULT MANAGEMENT

A comprehensive Fault Management function supervising the correct function of all of

hardware and software modules within the network element as well as monitoring the integrity of all incoming data signals is deployed in the SMA1K.

The following tasks are carried out by the Fault Management function:

To detect anomalies and to report some of them to the performance management function.

To derive defects by eliminating spurious anomalies and to report some of them to the performance management function.

To trigger automatic maintenance actions such as ALS, protection switching, AIS insertion, far end defect indications etc

To process operator controlled maintenance actions.

To perform alarm reduction through correlation of defects.

To assign severity levels to alarm events (static table is used for the BW7R alarms).

To time stamp alarm events using the system real time clock.

To issue spontaneous alarm event notifications to the local/remote management systems.

To report alarms to the local alarm system.

To indicate fault state of replaceable units.

To store alarm events in historical event log and the alarm status in a current problem list.

To support fault location for diagnostic purposes and to assist in maintenance.

4.8 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

In addition to the Fault Management function described above a Performance Management

function is also implemented in the SMA1K. The following functions are carried out as part

of the Performance Management function:

Performance monitoring (PM)

Inquiry of current PM values

Inquiry of the previous PM values

Threshold crossing notification (TCN)

TCN event reporting

Inquiry of the currently raised TCN states

The following performance entities are monitored:

Erred seconds (ES)

Severely erred seconds (SES)

Unavailable time (UAT)

Background block errors (BBE)

The values of the above performance entities are counted for 15 min/24 hour time periods and stored in performance logs. Up to sixteen 15 min. performance reports and up to two 24 hour performance reports can be stored and retrieved.

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5. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

5.1

Interfaces:

5.1.1 Line Interfaces, STM-1 Optical Bit rate Multiplexing Structure User class as per ETS 300 232 (ITU-T G.957) Nominal Transmit Optical Power Level (point S) Receiver sensitivity (10 -10 at point S) Auto Laser Shutdown (ALS)

155 Mbit/s as per ETS 300 147 L-1.1, L-1.2 -5 to 0 dBm -34 to 0 dBm as per ITU-T G.958

5.1.2 Tributary Interfaces, 2 Mbit/s Bit rate

2048 kbit/s

Code

HDB3

Electrical parameters Jitter performance Number of Input/Output channels

as per ETS 300 166 as per ITU-T G.823 up to 63

5.1.3 Tributary Interfaces, 34 Mbit/s Bit rate

34 368 kbit/s

Code

HDB3

Electrical parameters Jitter performance

as per ETS 300 166 as per ITU-T G.823

Number of Input/Output channels

1

5.1.4 Synchronisation Interfaces Physical and Electrical parameters

as per ETS 300 166

Number of External Synchronisation Inputs

1

Number of External Synchronisation Outputs

1

Jitter

as per ETS 300 462-5

5.1.5 Local Craft Terminal Interface Performance parameters

RS232 interface to IBM compatible PC.

Number of Interfaces

1

5.1.6 Element Manager Interface Performance parameters

Qx (Ethernet)

Number of Interfaces

1

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5.1.7 Engineering Order Wire Interface

Number of Interfaces

1

Electrical parameters realisation transmission range input level output level input impedance output impedance modulation dialling distance to SMA1K

4 wire 300 to 3400 Hz -1,5 dBr -15,5 dBr 600 Ohm, balanced 150 Ohm, balanced PCM, A-law DTMF < 5m

5.1.8 External Data Channel Interface Number of Interfaces

1

Electrical Parameters

ITU-T V.11*

Realisation Details direction bit rate data format data input/clock data output/clock max. load resistance input impedance effective range

bi-directional 64 kbit/s NRZ contra-directional co-directional 150 Ohm, balanced 159 Ohm + 10% app. 1000 m

Note*:

The 64 kbit/s interface is V.11 compliant with the following exceptions:

- The receiver has an internal impedance of 150 Ohm + 10%

- The transmitter is able to drive an external load impedance of 150 Ohm

5.1.9 External User Alarm (TIF) Interface Number of external alarms supported Input voltage range Input current range Voltage range for active state Voltage range for inactive state Relation between the input state and alarm state

5.1.10 BW7R Interface Number of Interfaces Signalling voltage (+S/-S)

Load rating

2

0 to -75 V 1 to 5 mA 0 to -3 V -10 to -75 V configurable via the management interface

1

10.5V to 75 V, isolated and ungrounded <60 V, < 100 mA

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5.2 Protection

5.2.1 Multiplex Section Protection Switchover time Operation Mode

Wait to restore time (for revertive operation)

5.2.2 Sub-Network Connection Protection Switchover time Operation Mode

Configurable persistency check

5.3 Operation and Maintenance

< 50 ms Automatic, Manual, Revertive, Non-Revertive 5 to 12 min in steps of 1 min.

< 50 ms Automatic, Manual, Non- Revertive 100 msec. to 10 sec. in steps of:

100 msec for range 0.1 to 1sec 1 sec for range 1 to 10 sec.

5.3.1 Alarm Management Storage capacity of historical event log Logging granularity Alarm event handling time

100 records 1 sec. < 5 sec.

5.3.2 Performance Management Monitoring Intervals

15 min. and 24 Hour

Number of 15 min. reports stored

16

Number of 24 hour reports stored

2

5.4 Environment

Climatic Conditions Normal Operating Temperature Range

5.5 Power Supply

Number of Interfaces Input Voltage Range

Power Consumption Performance Parameters

5.6 Dimensions

as per ETS 300 019-1, Class 3.1E -5 to +45 ° C

2, reverse polarity protected -40,5 to -75 V at rack level -38,5 to -75 V at card level < 40 W (typical 30 W) as per ETS 300 132-2, ETS 300 386-1, EN 60950, FTZ 1 TR 9, FTZ 19 PFL 1, TL 6130-3011, Part 3

130 X 425 X 280 mm

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 6. ANNEX
TransXpress SDH Products
SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.
ANNEX

6.1 Equipment Modularity Table 2 below lists the Building Blocks available with the SMA1K :

Building Block No.

 

Title

J20-0.1

Installation Set for 19” Racks

J20-0.2

Installation Set for wall mounting (sidewise)

J20-0.3

Installation Set for wall mounting (back mounting)

J20-0.4

External Synchronisation Access cable

J20-0.5

V.11 and External User Alarm Access cable

J20-1.1

Standard Equipment Core

J20-1.2

Premium Equipment Core; Unprotected Terminal

J20-1.3

Premium Equipment Core; Protected Terminal

J20-1.4

Standard System Software Licence fee, Unprotected Terminal

J20-1.5

Premium System Software Licence fee, Unprotected Terminal

J20-1.6

Standard System Software Licence fee; Protected Terminal

J20-1.7

Premium System Software Licence fee; Protected Terminal

J20-2.1

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (DIN), Worker

J20-2.2

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (FC/PC), Worker

J20-2.3

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (E2000), Worker

J20-2.4

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (DIN), Worker

J20-2.5

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (FC/PC), Worker

J20-2.12

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (E2000), Worker

J20-2.6

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm, 2 ports (DIN)

J20-2.7

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm, 2 ports (FC/PC)

J20-2.8

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm, 2 ports (E2000)

J20-2.9

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm, 2 ports (DIN)

J20-2.10

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm, 2 ports (FC/PC)

J20-2.11

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm, 2 ports (E2000)

J20-3.1

 

42

X 2 Mbit/s Access Extension

J20-3.2

1

X 34 Mbit/s Access Extension

J20-3.3

 

42

X 2 Mbit/s Access Extension Set

J20-3.4

1

X 34 Mbit/s Access Extension Set

J20-3.5

Extended System Software Licence fee; Unprotected Terminal

J20-3.6

Extended System Software Licence fee; Protected Terminal

J20-3.7

EOW/LAN-Kit for Gateway Set

J20-3.8

EOW Software Licence Fee

J20-4.3

LCT Application Software

J20-4.4

NCT Connection Licence

J20-4.5

Handbook (German), Paper Format

J20-4.6

Handbook (English), Paper Format

J20-4.7

Handbook (German), CD-ROM Format

J20-4.8

Handbook (English), CD-ROM Format

J20-5.1

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (DIN), Protection

J20-5.2

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (FC/PC), Protection

J20-5.3

STM-1 Optical LH 1310 nm (E2000), Protection

J20-5.4

Application Upgrade Software Licence fee

J20-5.5

 

42

X 2 Mbit/s Access Extension for Upgrades

J20-5.6

1

X 34 Mbit/s Access Extension for Upgrades

J20-5.7

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (DIN), Protection

J20-5.8

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (FC/PC), Protection

J20-5.9

STM-1 Optical LH 1550 nm (E2000), Protection

T20-0.1

ETSI Standard Rack, basic equipped

T20-3.1

Local Craft Terminal Hardware

T20-3.2

Network Craft Terminal Hardware

T20-3.3

LCT Software Kernel

T20-3.4

NCT Software Kernel

For more information on the Building Block items please refer to the Building Block Design document A30808-X3608-B522-*-7632 available in the SDH Multiplexer Product Folder. The electronic version of this document is located on Siemens INTRANET as part of the CatEna pages.

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TransXpress SDH Products SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 6.2 SMA1K Rack Configuration APDP Panel SMA SMA SMA

TransXpress SDH Products

SMA1K TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

6.2 SMA1K Rack Configuration

APDP Panel SMA SMA SMA SMA 1K 1K 1K 1K No. 1 No. 2 No.
APDP Panel
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
1K
1K
1K
1K
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
1K
1K
1K
1K
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
Connection Field
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
1K
1K
1K
1K
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
1K
1K
1K
1K
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4

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