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1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION

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3. 1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3. 1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION........................................................... 3-1
3.1 Rack Adaptation........................................................................... 3-3
3.2 1511 AN T9 shelf......................................................................... 3-3
3.2.1 -48V supply............................................................................ 3-4
3.2.2 Earth..................................................................................... 3-4
3.3 Installation of 1521 FL in the T9 shelf............................................. 3-5
3.3.1 Connection of the Optical Aggregate Line................................ 3-5
3.3.2 Card Insertion........................................................................ 3-5
3.3.3 Card configuration................................................................. 3-5
3.3.4 2 Mbit/s tributary termination................................................. 3-5
3.3.5 V.11 Auxiliary channel terminations......................................... 3-5
3.3.6 1+1 Protection by use of special APS cables............................. 3-6
3.3.7 1+1 Protection/impedance adaption with an adapter card........ 3-8
3.3.8 APS cable versus adapter card comparsion............................. 3-10
3.4 Installation of 1531 FL in the T9 Shelf .......................................... 3-12
3.4.1 Connection of the Optical Aggregate Line.............................. 3-13
3.4.2 Card Insertion...................................................................... 3-13
3.4.3 Card configuration............................................................... 3-13
3.4.4 2 Mbit/s tributary termination............................................... 3-13
3.4.5 V.11 Auxiliary channel terminations....................................... 3-13
3.4.6 2MHz synchronisation input (G.703)...................................... 3-14
3.4.7 1+1 Protection/impedance adaption with the PAPA................. 3-15
3.4.8 1+1 Protection/impedance adaption with an adapter card...... 3-16
3.4.9 PAPA versus adapter card comparsion.................................... 3-19
3.5 EOW channel ............................................................................ 3-19
3.6 Configuration of a 1521/31 FL T9 transmission system................. 3-19
3.7 Preparation of CNCC................................................................. 3-19
3.8 Equipment List........................................................................... 3-25
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Figure 3.1 Example of a 1511 AN shelf ................................................... 3-3
Figure 3.2 Pin-out for 120 tributary interface ........................................ 3-5
Figure 3.3 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channels interface.................................... 3-6
Figure 3.4 Tributary APS 1+1 AN/DT Cable 120 ohm.............................. 3-7
Figure 3.5 V.11 APS 1+1 AN Cable 120 ohm.......................................... 3-7
Figure 3.6 120 to 75 /1+1 APS adapter card variants............................ 3-9
Figure 3.7 Front view of the 1521 FL T9 card ........................................ 3-10
Figure 3.8 Layout of the 1521 FL T9 card............................................... 3-11
Figure 3.9 1531 FL T9 Layout drawing................................................... 3-12
Figure 3.10 Pinout for 120 tributary interface...................................... 3-13
Figure 3.11 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channel 1 interface.............................. 3-14
Figure 3.12 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channels 2 interface. ............................ 3-14
Figure 3.13 APS/Sync connector pin-out................................................. 3-14
Figure 3.14 1531FL T9 1+1 equipment & line protection........................ 3-15
Figure 3.15 120 to 75 adapter card.................................................... 3-17
Figure 3.16 1+1 APS adapter card variants........................................... 3-18
Figure 3.17 Front view CNCC T9 .......................................................... 3-20
Figure 3.18 Layout of the CNCC T9 ...................................................... 3-23
Table 3.1 Various 1511 AN equipment shelves......................................... 3-4
Table 3.2 APS cable versus adapter card comparsion.............................. 3-10
Table 3.3 PAPA versus adapter card comparsion.................................... 3-19
Table 3.4 CNCC front side indications, switches and push-buttons.......... 3-21
Table 3.5 F interface pinout.................................................................. 3-21
Table 3.6 CNCC Q interface pinout...................................................... 3-22
Table 3.7 CNCC jumper options.......................................................... 3-24
Table 3.8 List of 1521/31 FL T9 related HW........................................... 3-26
Table 3.9 List of SW modules and relevant documentation...................... 3-26
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3.1 Rack Adaptation
The 1521/31 FL T9 shelf is available for mounting in two different rack types:
19
ETSI 600 mm
More details: See manuals for T9 equipment practice.
For mounting shelves in ETSI 600 mm racks, mechanical adaptors are
required.
3.2 1511 AN T9 shelf
The AN shelf is shown in the figure below. The equipment allocation is only an
example. The card positions are numbered 1 to 17 from left to right. 1531 FL
T9 cards can be inserted in positions 1 - 15. Card slot 16 is reserved for the
Common Network Controller Circuit, CNCC. Card slot 17 is reserved for the
Q1 bus EXtension Adapter, QEXA. This card is mandatory when CNCC shall
manage network elements in several equipment shelves.
1+1 APS
Adapter
Card
120 or 75
ohm
for
1531 FL
in
Slots
6 & 7 and 10 & 11
1531 FL 1521 FL 1521 FL
120 - 75
ohm
Adapter
Card
for
1531 FL
in
Slot
12 & 13
1531 FL 1531 FL 1521 FL QEXA CNCC
1
9 8 7 6
5 4 3 2
9 8 7 6
5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6
5 4 3 2 1
9 5 4 3 2 1 0 9
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
3 2 1
TEST BUS EXTENSION
TO NEXT SHELF
(MALE 9 PIN D-SUB)
TEST BUS EXTENSION
TO PREVIOUS SHELF
(MALE 9 PIN D-SUB)
ALARM LAMP INTERFACE
(MALE 9 PIN D-SUB)
Q2 BUS (MALE 15 PIN D-SUB) POWER (MALE 3 PIN PWR D-SUB)
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SLOT
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SLOT
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Figure 3.1 Example of a 1511 AN shelf
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Below is a listing of some available 1511 AN shelves and their properties:
Shelf code: 3AL 42912 XXXX 3AL 42914 XXXX 3AL 42923 XXXX
Variant code:
For line equipment
and/or 3 1
st
order
MUXes
For line equipment
and/or 2 1
st
order
MUXes
For line equipment
and/or 1 1
st
order
MUX
AAAA DC feed (2 filters)
ABAA AC feed (no DC filters)
ACAA With battery control
Table 3.1 Various 1511 AN equipment shelves
3.2.1 -48V supply
Connect -48V supply to the shelf before sliding in any 1521/31 FL T9 cards. If
dual -48V supplies are provided, check that the CNCC gives an alarm
indication when one of the rack top fuses is removed.
If single -48V supply is provided, the supply alarm is disabled by an ECT/OCT
masking the CNCC alarm response.
3.2.2 Earth
The shelf is earthed through the rack. The shelf potential is galvanically
insulated from 0 V battery supply.
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3.3 Installation of 1521 FL in the T9 shelf
The shelf card slots 1 to 15 accept 1521 FL T9 cards. Although the CNCC card
does not provide 64 kbit/s Q1 bus for line systems inserted in slots 13 and 14.
3.3.1 Connection of the Optical Aggregate Line
The patch cords from the Optical Distribution Frame shall be connected directly
to the Optical Receptacle at the transmitter and receiver on the 1521 FL T9
with the card removed from the shelf. The fibre optical patch cords shall be
guided through the slot in the card front.
3.3.2 Card Insertion
Insert the card into shelf. Lock the card with the locking latches and secure the
card with the screws at top and bottom of front.
3.3.3 Card configuration
Make sure that the card is equipped with the correct firmware (LTE or NTE).
This can be checked by use of a HHT or a VT100 terminal connected to the
HHT interface
3.3.4 2 Mbit/ s tributary termination
Only 120 interfaces are provided by the 1521 FL T9. 75 can be obtained
by using a separate adapter card. See section 3.3.7
TRIB. OUT +
NOT USED
NOT USED
CABLE SCREEN
TRIB. IN -
TRIB. IN +
GND
TRIB. OUT -
1
2
3
4
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T0775B.VSD
Figure 3.2 Pin-out for 120 tributary interface
3.3.5 V.11 Auxiliary channel terminations
These channels are for operator use. A description is given in Section 2.6. The
connector pin-out is shown in Figure 3.3.
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V.11 #1 IN +
V.11 #2 OUT -
V.11 #2 OUT +
V.11 #1 OUT -
V.11 #1 OUT +
V.11 #2 IN -
V.11 #2 IN +
V.11 #1 IN -
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T0775C.VSD
Figure 3.3 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channels interface
3.3.6 1+1 Protection by use of special APS cables
A 1+1 protected system is obtained by use of a pair of 1521 FL T9 cards in
any of the slots 1&2, 3&4, 5&6, 7&8, 9&10, 11&12 and 13&14. Only the
1521 FL T9 cards in the even numbered slots can be used for configuration of
the 1+1 links.
A preferred strategy for installation of unprotected systems will be to use the
even numbered slots only. A later change to 1+1 protection will then be
allowed without need for reallocation of card slots.
TRIBUTARY OUT and TRIBUTARY IN TERMINATION:
The jumpers have to be placed in "APS 1+1" positions according to Figure 3.8.
TRIBUTARY IN TERMINATION OF OUTER CONDUCTOR/SCREEN:
The jumper positions have to be the same for both 1521 FL terminals.
1+1 protection of the tributaries requires one dedicated protection cable per
tributary as shown in Figure 3.4. This cable has built-in termination resistors
and connects corresponding tributaries of the two co-working 1521 FL T9 in
parallel.
If the V.11 auxiliary channels shall be 1+1 protected, an additional cable is
required. See Figure 3.5. This cable connects corresponding V.11 interfaces of
the two co-working 1521 FL T9 in parallel.
The protection cable ends marked "MAIN" and "STAND BY" are fully
interchangeable due to the symmetrical design of the APS 1+1 cable.
As a rule the "MAIN" connector may be plugged into the 1521 FL T9 in the
even numbered card slot, and the "STAND BY" connector may be plugged into
adjacent 1521 FL T9 to the left.
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Figure 3.4 Tributary APS 1+1 AN/DT Cable 120 ohm
Figure 3.5 V.11 APS 1+1 AN Cable 120 ohm
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3.3.7 1+1 Protection/ impedance adaption with an adapter card
A 1+1 protected system is obtained by use of a pair of 1521 FL T9 cards in
any of the slots 1&2, 3&4, 5&6, 7&8, 9&10, 11&12 and 13&14. Only the
1521 FL T9 cards in the even numbered slots can be used for configuration of
the 1+1 links. The use of APS adapter cards will reduce the number of slot
pairs available for 1+1 protected operation.
A preferred strategy for installation of unprotected systems will be to use the
even numbered slots only. A later change to 1+1 protection will then be
allowed without need for reallocation of card slots.
TRIBUTARY OUT and TRIBUTARY IN TERMINATION:
The jumpers have to be placed in "APS 1+1" positions according to Figure 3.8.
TRIBUTARY IN TERMINATION OF OUTER CONDUCTOR/SCREEN:
The jumper positions have to be the same for both 1521 FL terminals.
Two single slot width adapter card variants can accomplish the following tasks:
The combined 1+1 APS and 120 <--> 75 ohm adapter card. This card
serves four tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary channels. The tributaries are
accessed by two quad 1.0/2.3 connectors while the V.11 channels are
accessed via one RJ45 connector. The adapter card shall be placed either
to the left or to the right of the two co-working 1521 FL T9 cards. This card
can be used both for unprotected and protected line systems. For
unprotected systems, the connectors marked ST.BY shall not be used. The
cabling between the 1521 FL card(s) and the adapter card is performed by
1:1 shielded RJ45 RJ45 cables. An unprotected system requires four
cables while a protected system requires ten cables. To guarantee error free
operation the cable lengths shall not exceed 0.4 m.
The 1+1 APS adapter card. This card serves four tributaries and two V.11
auxiliary channels. The tributaries and the V.11 channels are accessed via
1521 FL T9 pin compatible (4 + 1) RJ45 connectors. The adapter card shall
be placed either to the left or to the right of the two co-working 1531 FL T9
cards. Cabling to the 1521 FL cards is included with the adapter card.
For protected systems, the cable guiding must ensure that a faulty card can be
removed without obstructing the cables related to the one in operation.
As a rule, the MAIN card is to the right, and the STAND-BY card is to the left.
See Figure 3.1 for an example of how to position the adapter cards in an
equipment shelf.
Below are illustrations of the two adapter card variants:
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1+1 APS and 120 <--> 75 ohm
adapter for 1521 FL T9
3AG 12888 AAAA
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1521 FL TRIB.3
MAIN ST.BY
1521 FL Trib.4
MAIN ST.BY
IN OUT
IN OUT
IN OUT
T00775F.VSD
Figure 3.6 120 to 75 /1+1 APS adapter card variants
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3.3.8 APS cable versus adapter card comparsion
Below is a comparsion table:
APS cables APS adapter cards
Size per 4 tributaries: Housed in D-SUB shells
(37p) one per tributary
T9 single slot
V.11 channel protection Yes. Housed in D-SUB
shells (37p) one per two
V.11 channels
Included
120 to 75 conversion No Yes
Cabling to 1521 FL T9 Included Included/Not included
Table 3.2 APS cable versus adapter card comparsion
Figure 3.7 Front view of the 1521 FL T9 card
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Figure 3.8 Layout of the 1521 FL T9 card
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3.4 Installation of 1531 FL in the T9 Shelf
A 1531FL card occupies two shelf slots and can be plugged into any position 1
to 15. Fully equipped 1531 FL cards are inserted into odd numbered slots 1 to
13 when CNCC is used (7 cards) and 1 to 15 when CNCC is not required (8
cards).
Note that the CNCC card does not provide 64 kbit/s Q1 bus for line systems
inserted in slots 13 and 14.
Figure 3.9 1531 FL T9 Layout drawing
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3.4.1 Connection of the Optical Aggregate Line
The patch cords from the Optical Distribution Frame shall be connected directly
to the Optical Receptacle at the transmitter and receiver on the 1531 FL T9
with the card removed from the shelf. The fibre optical patch cords shall be
guided through the slot in the card front.
3.4.2 Card Insertion
Insert the card into shelf. Lock the card with the locking latches and secure the
card with the screws at top and bottom of front.
3.4.3 Card configuration
With an HHT or a VT100 terminal connected to the HHT interface. Select LTE or
NTE functionality for the card.
3.4.4 2 Mbit/ s tributary termination
Only 120 interfaces are provided by the 1531 FL T9. 75 can be obtained
by using either appropriate PAPA plug-in modules, or a separate adapter
card. See sections 3.4.7 and 3.4.8.
Connect tributary signal cables to the front connector sockets marked Trib. 1
to TRIB 16.
The connector is a shielded RJ45 type according to ISO/IEC 10173, Digital
Network ISDN PRA connector. The pin-out is shown in the figure below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T00773C.VSD
TRIB. OUT +
TRIB. OUT -
GND
TRIB. IN +
TRIB. IN -
CABLE SCREEN
NOT USED
NOT USED
Figure 3.10 Pinout for 120 tributary interface
3.4.5 V.11 Auxiliary channel terminations
AUX 1 input impedance is 150 and 75 for 1+1 configuration.
AUX 2 input impedance is >12k (1U load according to IEC RS485 bus
specification) and 2U loads for 1+1 configuration.
AUX1 The connector pin-out is shown in the figure below.
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2
3
4
5
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Send Data (+), Input
Send Data (-), Input
Send Timing (+), Output
Receive Data (+), Output
Receive Data (-), Output
Send Timing (-), Output
Receive Timing (-), Output
Receive Timing (+), Output
Figure 3.11 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channel 1 interface
AUX2 The connector pin-out is shown in figure below.
1
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8
T00773B.VSD
Send Data (+), Input
Send Data (-), Input
GND
Receive Data (+), Output
Receive Data (-), Output
GND
Unused
Unused
Figure 3.12 Pin-out for Auxiliary Channels 2 interface.
3.4.6 2MHz synchronisation input (G.703)
The synchronisation input for an external clock 2048 kHz clock is on the dual
function RJ45 (8 pins) connector APS/SYNC with pin out as shown in the
figure below.
Balanced 2048 kHz signal: pin 4 and pin 5
Earthing of cable shield: pin 6 and Screen of connector
Input impedance: 120
1
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4
5
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T00773D.VSD
APSEN
APSDATA
APSDATA
SYNC. IN (+)
SYNC. IN (-)
GND
APSPRES
APSCLK
Figure 3.13 APS/Sync connector pin-out
NOTES:
1. On using the 2MHz synchronisation input, make sure no connections are
made to the APS pins.
2. On using the 2MHz synchronisation input in 1+1 protected configuration
(handled by PAPA), the 1+1APS BUS/2MHz SYNC. CABLE (3AG 12864
AAAA) has to be used.
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3.4.7 1+1 Protection/ impedance adaption with the PAPA
A 1+1 protected system is obtained by use of a pair of 1531 FL cards
interconnected by an external APS bus cable. The cable is asymmetric and
defines Main and Bypass line. Configurations of the 1+1 links are carried out
on the Main 1531 FL T9. The APS bus cable is marked as follows: 1 = Main,
2 = Bypass.
A preferred strategy for installation of unprotected systems would be to leave
alternating positions unused, as a later change to 1+1 protection would then
be allowed without any need for reallocation of card slots.
The 3U PAPA patch panel is required for tributary termination as shown in the
figure below. The PAPA inserts can provide both 75 (1.0/2.3) and 120
(RJ45) impedance for the tributaries.
The PAPA can also be used for pure impedance adoption 120 to 75 for
unprotected 1531 FL T9 terminals.

OFDLS
1
16
NT
LT
Customers
Interfaces
OFLTE OFLTE Optical Fibre Route
OFLTE OFLTE
Optical Fibre Route
Bypass
Main
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A
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16
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A
P
A
APS Cable APS Cable
Figure 3.14 1531FL T9 1+1 equipment & line protection
The APS Bus cable interconnects two adjacent OFLTEs to enable configuration
and switching information exchange.
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3.4.8 1+1 Protection/ impedance adaption with an adapter card
Three adapter card variants can accomplish the following tasks:
The single slot width 120 <--> 75 adapter card. This card serves sixteen
tributaries, and it shall preferably be placed to the right of the co-working
1531 FL T9 card. The tributaries are accessed by eight quad 1.0/2.3
connectors
The double slot width combined 1+1 APS and 120 <--> 75 ohm adapter
card. This card serves sixteen tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary channels.
The tributaries are accessed by sixteen dual 1.0/2.3 connectors while the
V.11 channels are still accessed via two RJ45 connectors. The APS bus cable
is included within the adapter card. This allows an access to the 1531 FL T9
synchronisation interface via a 1.0/2.3 (75 ) connector located behind the
front cover. The adapter card shall be placed between the two co-working
1531 FL T9 cards . The MAIN card to the left, and the STAND-BY card to
the right.
The double slot width 1+1 APS adapter card. This card serves sixteen
tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary channels. The tributaries and the V.11
channels are still accessed via 1531 FL T9 pin compatible (16 + 2) RJ45
connectors. The APS bus cable is included with the adapter card. This allows
an access to the 1531 FL T9 synchronisation interface via an RJ45 (120 )
connector located behind the front cover. The adapter card shall be placed
between the two co-working 1531 FL T9 cards The MAIN card to the left,
and the STAND-BY card to the right.
See Figure 3.1 to an example of how to position of the adapter cards in an
equipment shelf.
Below are illustrations of the three adapter card variants:
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120 <--> 75 ohm
adapter for 1531 FL T9
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Figure 3.15 120 to 75 adapter card
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3AG 12868 AAAA 3AG 12870 AAAA
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MAIN
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SYNC
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OUT
TRIB.
#10
OUT
TRIB.
#09
OUT
TRIB.
#16 IN
TRIB.
#15 IN
TRIB.
#14
IN
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#13
IN
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#12
IN
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#11
IN
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#10
IN
TRIB.
#09
IN
MAIN
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MAIN
07
MAIN
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ST.BY
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MAIN
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MAIN
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MAIN
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ST.BY
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ST.BY
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MAIN
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MAIN
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MAIN
16
ST.BY
10
ST.BY
11
TRIB
10
MAIN
09
ST.BY
12
ST.BY
V.11#2
ST.BY
APS
BUS
MAIN
APS
BUS
ST.BY
V.11#1
MAIN
04
MAIN
06
ST.BY
01
ST.BY
02
MAIN
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ST.BY
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ST.BY
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ST.BY
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TRIB.
#01 IN
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IN
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IN
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IN
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#06
IN
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#05
IN
TRIB.
#03
IN
TRIB.
#02 IN
V.11
#1
V.11
#2
1+1 APS and 120 <--> 75 ohm
adapter for 1531 FL T9
MAIN
V.11#2
MAIN
V.11#1
SYNC
TRIB.
#02
TRIB.
#08
TRIB.
#06
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#04
TRIB.
#16
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#14
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#12
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#13
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#11
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#09
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MAIN
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MAIN
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MAIN
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ST.BY
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MAIN
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ST.BY
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MAIN
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MAIN
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ST.BY
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TRIB
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MAIN
09
ST.BY
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ST.BY
V.11#2
ST.BY
APS
BUS
MAIN
APS
BUS
ST.BY
V.11#1
MAIN
04
MAIN
06
ST.BY
01
ST.BY
02
MAIN
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ST.BY
03
ST.BY
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ST.BY
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ST.BY
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08
TRIB.
#01
TRIB.
#07
TRIB.
#05
TRIB.
#03
V.11
#1
V.11
#2
120 ohm sync.cable not
included with this product
75 ohm sync.cable not
included with this product
1+1 APS adapter
for 1531 FL T9
T00775D.VSD
Figure 3.16 1+1 APS adapter card variants
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3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-19
3.4.9 PAPA versus adapter card comparsion
Below is a comparsion table:
PAPA Adapter card
Size per 16 tributaries: 3U rack height T9 double slot
V.11 channel protection Not supported Inluded
APS bus cable Required Included
Synchronisation interface No Yes
Cabling to 1531 FL T9 Not included Included
Table 3.3 PAPA versus adapter card comparsion
3.5 EOW channel
1521 FL T9 and 1531 FL T9 support a propriarity Alcatel EOW telephone
channel interface via a 9 pin D-SUB connector at the card front.
3.6 Configuration of a 1521/ 31 FL T9 transmission system
The configuration is done with a Hand Held Terminal (HHT) plugged into the
HHT front connector, or from a centralised management system interfaced via
the CNCC, as described in Section 8.
Details about 1531 FL synchronisation can be found in Section 2, paragraph
2.2.4.2.
3.7 Preparation of CNCC
The Common Network Controller Circuit (CNCC) performs supervision of all
Network elements (15xx PL/FL/MX) in the shelf.
Note: CNCC 4 is required for support of 1531 FL T9/S9.
The micro-processor controlled functions of the CNCC are:
Monitoring its own supply voltages.
Interrogation of the different systems connected.
Indication of any alarm on any system.
Driving the different station alarms (alarm extension).
Communication with a local Equipment Craft Terminal (ECT) via an RS-232
interface (F-interface) or a remote Office Craft Terminal (OCT) via a Q2
interface and a mediation device.
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-20
Figure 3.17 Front view CNCC T9
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-21
CNCC front side indications, switches and push-buttons
Name Description
UG Red LED, indicating urgent alarm
NG Red LED, indicating non-urgent alarm
AT Yellow LED, indicating attended alarm
SL Yellow LED, indicating supervisory or system alarm
PW Green LED, indicating +5V supply voltage presence
RST Push-button to reset the circuits on this unit
AS 2-positions switch:
- lower position (locked):
- upper position (locked):
Normal alarm indication
Alarm stop. Normal alarm extension by means of
relays is inhibited.
LTST/ACO 3-position switch:
- upper position (unlocked):
- middle position (locked):
- lower position (unlocked):
Lamp test
Rest position
Alarm cut off (Attended condition entered)
Table 3.4 CNCC front side indications, switches and push-buttons
Pin-out for F interface connector (9 pin D-SUB)
Pin no. Pin no. cont.'d
1 PC-DCD 109- 6 PC-DCR 107
2 PC-RX 104- 7 PC-RTS 105
3 PC-TX 103- 8 PC-CTS 106
4 PC-DTR 108 9 Not used
5 EG (Earth) 102
Table 3.5 F interface pinout
The plug of an ECT connection cable is inserted in this connector to allow the
man-machine communication with the CNCC and the line systems and MUXes
in the shelf.
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-22
Pin-out for Q interface connector (25 pin D-SUB)
Pin no. Pin no cont.'d
1 Ground (SG) 14 Tx data B 103B
2 Tx data A 103A 15 Tx clock in A 114A
3 Rx data A 104A 16 Rx data B 104B
4 RTS A 105A 17 Rx clock in A 115A
5 CTS A 106A 18 Not used
6 Not used 19 RTS B 105B
7 Ground (EG) Ground 20 Not used
8 DCD A 109A 21 Not used
9 Rx clock in B 115B 22 Not used
10 DCD B 109B 23 Not used
11 Tx clk out B 113B 24 Tx clk out A 113A
12 Tx clock in B 114B 25 Not used
13 CTS B 106B
Table 3.6 CNCC Q interface pinout
Remarks:
When operating the Q2 interface, it is recommended to use the Q2
interface connector (15 pin D-SUB) on the shelf backplane.
In case of Q2 interface only, the signals Rx data, Tx data and Rx clock in
are used. The incoming signals can be terminated or not. See jumper
options.
In case of RQ2 interface, a selection can be made between balanced and
unbalanced signals. See jumper options (for Q2 interface: Balanced signals
shall be selected.)
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-23
Figure 3.18 Layout of the CNCC T9
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-24
CNCC jumper options
STRAP Q2 QD2 RQ2/V.11 RQ2/V.28
S1059 B A B B
SB1-SB8 A A A B
DIP/1 ON ON OFF OFF
DIP/2 - 6 ON or OFF *1 ON or OFF *1 ON or OFF *1 OFF
DIP/7 ON ON ON or OFF *2 ON or OFF *2
DIP/8 ON ON ON OFF
S712 A A A A
X876 A A A A
X942 A A A A
Remarks:
*1 These straps are set to suppress the signal reflection which may occur at
the end of the common (Q2) bus.
- If the CNCC is placed at one end of the bus and the Q2 cable itself is not
terminated, the Q2 termination on the CNCC has to be set to ON.
- If the CNCC is placed at the end of this bus and/or the Q2 cable itself is
terminated, the Q2 termination on the CNCC has to be set to OFF.
*2 Selection of CTS signal in case of RQ2 interface;
- Select OFF if an external CTS signal is connected;
- Select ON if no external CTS signal is connected. Selecting them as ON
will establish an internal RTS-CTS loop.
Table 3.7 CNCC jumper options
Configuration:
With commands via an ECT/OCT, the operation of the CNCC and of the
connected systems can be controlled (refer to the separate application software
manual).
For proper operation of the Q2 and RQ2 interface, some selections have to be
realised by the application software:
Selection between Q2 and RQ2 interface.
Speed of the RQ2 interface.
Q2 or RQ2 logical and physical addresses.
The uses of circuit 109 (CTS). Note that circuit 109 should only be set to the
used state in case of a RQ2 interface, and if an external CTS signal is
connected (see also remark 2 above).
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-25
3.8 Equipment List
Name Brief Description Alcatel code no.
1521 FL T9
with LTE FW
Line Termination Equipment card for provision of 4x2
Mbit/s. Equipped with LTE firmware. No SWDL !
3AG 12530 AAAA
1521 FL T9
with NTE FW
Line Termination Equipment card for provision of 4x2
Mbit/s. Equipped with NTE firmware. No SWDL !
3AG 12530 ABAA
1531 FL T9
2 fibre, 1310 nm
Line Termination Equipment card for provision of 16x2
Mbit/s. 2-fibre version operating in the 2
nd
optical window.
3AG 12840 AAAA
1531 FL T9
1 fibre, 1310 nm
Line Termination Equipment card for provision of 16x2
Mbit/s. 1-fibre version operating in the 2
nd
optical window.
3AG 12860 AAAA
1531 FL T9
2 fibre, 1550 nm
Line Termination Equipment card for provision of 16x2
Mbit/s. 2-fibre version operating in the 3
rd
optical window.
3AG 12850 AAAA
CNCC 3 T9 Control card common to the LTEs in the shelf. The CNCC
provides interface to an Equipment Craft Terminal (ECT)
and to Mediation Device (Q2 bus).
3AL 43036 AAAA
CNCC 4 T9 Control card common to the LTEs in the shelf. The CNCC
provides interface to an Equipment Craft Terminal (ECT)
and to Mediation Device (Q2 bus).
CNCC 4 is required for 1531 FL.
3AL 43154 AAAA
QEXA Q1 bus extension card with DC/DC converter and 8
modules width. Provides extension of the Q1 bus to slave
shelves without CNCC card. Must be equipped to allow
operation of CNCC in the same shelf.
3AL 43072 ACAA
Shelf T9 EMC For line equipment and/or three 1
st
order MUXes. 17 pos. 3AL 42912 XXXX
Shelf T9 EMC For line equipment and/or two 1
st
order MUXes. 17 pos. 3AL 42914 XXXX
Shelf T9 EMC For line equipment and/or one 1
st
order MUX. 17 pos. 3AL 42923 XXXX
10M BLANKING
PANEL
Single blanking panel for unequipped card slots (slots 1-
16). Used for EMC screening of partly equipped shelf.
3AN 12124 ACAA
8M BLANKING
PANEL
Single blanking panel for unequipped QEXA card slot (slot
17). Used for EMC screening of partly equipped shelf.
3AN 12124 AAAA
EOW Telephone Set Alcatel digital EOW Telephone Set. 772 55231 AAAA
1+1 APS BUS CABLE Used to interconnect two adjacent 1531 FL T9 cards
operating in a 1+1 protected pair.
3AG 12307 AAAA
1+1 APS BUS/2MHz
SYNC. CABLE
Used to interconnect two adjacent 1531 FL T9 cards
operating in a 1+1 protected pair when access to the
2MHz synchronisation inputs is required.
3AG 12864 AAAA
Patch Panel (PAPA) 19 patch panel for insertion of four external termination
modules.
3AL 42926 AAAA
Balun 75/120 Quad 75 termination PAPA module. 3AL 43158 ABAA
APS 1+1 120
module
Quad 120 tributary termination PAPA module for 1+1
protected configuration.
3AL 43158 AAAA
1521 FL T9 1+1 APS
& 120 -75 adapter
For 1521 FL T9. Serves 4 tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary
channels. 1.0/2.3 75 tributary connectors.
3AG 12888 AAAA
RJ45 RJ45 1:1
cable
Shielded RJ45 RJ45 1:1 cable (l = 0.3m) for
interconnection between 1521 FL T9 and adapter card
3AG 12888 AAAA
3AG 12880 AAAA
1521/31 FL T9 INSTALLATION
3AG 20602 ABAA Issue 3/March 2000 Page 3-26
1521 FL T9
1+1 APS adapter
Serves 4 tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary channels. 3AG 12894 AAAA
1531 FL T9
120 -75 adapter
Serves 16 tributaries. 1.0/2.3 75 connectors 3AG 12876 AAAA
1531 FL T9 1+1 APS
& 120 -75 adapter
For 1531 FL T9. Serves 16 tributaries and two V.11
auxiliary channels. 1.0/2.3 75 tributary connectors. APS
bus cable included.
3AG 12868 AAAA
1531 FL T9
1+1 APS adapter
Serves 16 tributaries and two V.11 auxiliary channels. APS
bus cable included.
3AG 12870 AAAA
1521 FL T9
V.11 APS 1+1 cable
120 V.11 termination cable for 1+1 protection. One
cable serves the two V.11 704 kbit/s AUX data channels.
3AG 12528 AAAA
Cable HHT to PC Cable HHT to PC, 8 pin RJ45 - 9 pin D-SUB 3AG 12417 AAAA
Table 3.8 List of 1521/31 FL T9 related HW
Name Brief Description Alcatel code no.
NTE SW for 1531 FL NTE SW for downloading into 1531 FL 3AG 20614 AAAA
LTE SW for 1531 FL LTE SW for downloading into 1531 FL 3AG 20613 AAAA
HHT Emulation SW HHT Emulation SW in English 3AG 12388 AAAA
1521 FL Appl. SW Application SW for 1521 FL T9. NE ref. 1521FL41 3AL 44045 EBAA
1531 FL Appl. SW Application SW for 1531 FL T9. NE ref. 1531FL60 3AL 44074 GAAA
CNCC3 Appl. SW Application SW for CNCC3 T9/S9. NE ref. CNCC50 3AL 44809 FAAA
CNCC4 Appl. SW Application SW for CNCC4 T9/S9. NE ref. CNCC61 3AL 44809 GBAA
1320 NX NECTAS 1320 NX NECTAS V3.7A SW.
Applicable for both 1521 FL T9 and 1531 FL T9
3AL17818AAAA 04
1320 NX NECTAS 1320 NX NECTAS V4.1 SW.
Only applicable for 1531 FL T9
3AL78606AAAA 01
1321 NX NOCTAS 1321 NX NOCTAS V3.7A SW.
Applicable for both 1521 FL T9 and 1531 FL T9
3AL17817AAAA 04
1321 NX NOCTAS 1321 NX NOCTAS V4.1 SW.
Only applicable for 1531 FL T9
3AL78607AAAA 01
1320/21 NX manual 1320 NX & 1321 NX Technical manual 3AL 78169 AAAA
1521/31 FL
User Handbook
Handbook. Covering installation and operation
of the 1521/31 FL equipment
3AG 20602 ABAA
Table 3.9 List of SW modules and relevant documentation