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FIBCOM 6310 Edge Node


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Manufactured by Fibcom India Limited under technical license from Tellabs Denmark A/S.

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FIBCOM 6310 Edge Node, Product Description

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Contents
Introduction

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FIBCOM 6310 Edge Node Product Description

Introduction

Introduction...............................................................................................................................4

Typical Applications .................................................................................................................5


2.1
2.2
2.3

Specifications .............................................................................................................................8
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9

FIXED ACCESS NETWORK APPLICATION ...............................................................................5


MOBILE ACCESS NETWORK ..................................................................................................6
CUSTOMERS PREMISES EQUIPMENT ......................................................................................7
TYPES OF NETWORK ELEMENTS ............................................................................................8
AGGREGATE INTERFACES ......................................................................................................8
TRIBUTARY INTERFACES .......................................................................................................8
SERVICE AND SUPPLY INTERFACES .......................................................................................8
SYNCHRONIZATION IN/OUT, CONFIGURABLE SOURCES .........................................................8
MISCELLANEOUS ...................................................................................................................9
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ...........................................................................................10
DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................................10
FRONT VIEWS......................................................................................................................10

Features....................................................................................................................................11
4.1 CONNECTIVITY ....................................................................................................................11
4.2 PROTECTION ........................................................................................................................11
4.2.1 SNC instead of 1+1 MSP protection ...........................................................................11
4.3 DROP-AND-CONTINUE.........................................................................................................12
4.4 LOOP-BACK .........................................................................................................................12
4.5 SYNCHRONIZATION .............................................................................................................12
4.6 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT............................................................................................13
4.7 NETWORK AND ELEMENT MANAGEMENT ............................................................................13
4.8 ADAPTIVE POINTER FILTRATION .........................................................................................13
4.9 POWER SUPPLY PRINCIPLE ...................................................................................................13
4.10
AUXILIARY ALARMS PORTS .............................................................................................13

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Product Description

Introduction

1 Introduction

Compact version (1U high)

Flexible version (2U high)

Fig. 1 Front view

The FIBCOM 6310 node is intended for Access Networks and as Customer Premises Equipment.
This product is based on technology from FIBCOM 6320 STM-1.
The product is available in the versions shown in Fig. 1. Within the two versions a number of
variants are possible.
Both versions have add/drop capability of 21 x 2 Mbit/s. The flexible version has additional
transport interfaces.

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Typical Applications

2 Typical Applications
2.1 Fixed Access Network Application
xDSL services, especially ADSL (Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line) has gained a foothold in
the fixed access network in recent years. This has also increased the need for collection of ATMbased traffic. DSLAMs (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers) are in todays access
networks installed in locations along with traditional Primary Multiplexers. As these locations
often are Outdoor Cabinets space is always limited.
To transport ATM-based traffic from DSLAM to ATM Switches over the optical network it is
often converted into E1s with Inverse Multiplexing ATM (IMA) before mapping ATM cells in the
SDH network.
The FIBCOM 6310 edge node offers a compact and unique solution that is able to map ATM
traffic in the SDH network without roundabout ways like IMA multiplexing. The FIBCOM 6310
node provides 21 x 2 Mbit/s lines when used with an ATM STM-1 UNI interface that includes
switching facilities and allows the operator to benefit from statistical multiplexing.

Outdoor Cabinet
FIBCOM 6310

Primary
Multiplexer

DSLAM

Fig. 2 FIBCOM 6310 node in Fixed Network Application

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2.2 Mobile Access Network


3G Mobile Network is around the corner. The first UMTS networks are already in operation and
expanding. Thereby the need for capacity in future radio access networks is multiplied.
Along with this development SDH will be used even more in the Access Network. Current
microwave links with 2 Mbit/s or 8 Mbit/s are updated to 34 Mbit/s or STM-1.
The FIBCOM 6310 node can collect traffic from the 34 Mbit/s or 45 Mbit/s microwave links and
map this traffic directly into the SDH network. The FIBCOM 6310 node can also groom low order
traffic from STM-1 tributary microwave links in order to optimize fiber utilization in the backbone
network.

HUB Site
FIBCOM 6310

Microwave
Link

Fig. 3 FIBCOM 6310 node in Mobile Network Application

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2.3 Customers Premises Equipment


The fiber-to-the-business concept is now reality for both big and small companies. These
companies need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) and interconnection of telephone systems
between the subsidiaries.
Fast Ethernet is one of the possibilities for an additional service provided by the FIBCOM 6310
node. Thus upto four 10/100 MbE and four 100 Base Fx interfaces can be provided.

CPE
FIBCOM 6310

Fig. 4 FIBCOM 6310 node used as CPE.

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Specifications

3 Specifications
3.1 Types of Network Elements
Add/Drop Multiplexers
Terminal Multiplexers
Regenerators
SDXC (cross-connect at STM-1)
3.2 Aggregate Interfaces
STM-4 (S-4.1 (1310 nm) , L-4.1 (1310 nm) and L-4.2 (1550nm) )
STM-1 (S-1.1 (1310 nm) , L-1.1 (1310) and L-1.2 (1550nm) )
STM-1 Electrical (only supported in 1U mechanics)
3.3 Tributary Interfaces
All FIBCOM 6310 node are equipped with 21 x 2 Mbit/s ports (75 Ohm or 120 Ohm)
In the 2U mechanics an extra interface can be chosen:
1 x 34 Mbit/s
3 x 34 Mbit/s
1 x 45 Mbit/s
3 x 45 Mbit/s
1 x 140 Mbit/s
1 x STM-1 (Electrical, S-1.1 (1310nm), L-1.1 (1310nm) and L-1.2 (1550nm) )
2 x STM-1 (Electrical, S-1.1 (1310 nm), L-1.1 (1310 nm) and L-1.2 (1550nm) )
1 x ATM STM-1 UNI
4 x 10/100 MbE
4 x 10/100 MbE and 2x100 Base Fx
Note: External optical amplifiers can be connected with STMn interfaces for extended reach operation

E1, E3, DS3, E4 and STM-1 Elect. Interfaces are as per G.703
10/100 Base-T interfaces are as per IEEE802.3
STMn Optical interfaces are as per G.957

STM-1 tributary interfaces are configurable to provide Higher-Order or Lower-Order connectivity.


3.4 Service and Supply Interfaces
The following service and supply interfaces are available in both 1U and 2U mechanics:
-48VDC Supply
110-230VAC Supply
3.5 Synchronization in/out, Configurable Sources
STM-N reference input with SSM support (T1)
2 Mbit/s reference input (G.703, 6) (T2)
2 kHz reference input (G.703, 10) (T3).
2 kHz reference output (G.703, 10) (T4).
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3.6 Miscellaneous
RS232 Craft Terminal interface
Ethernet Management interface

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3.7

Environmental Conditions
QM333 Cat B2

3.8 Dimensions
1U Mechanics (Compact version)
2U Mechanics (Flexible version)
3.9

Specifications

HxWxD = 44 x 467 x 260 mm


HxWxD = 89 x 467 x 215 mm

Front Views

Compact version, 75 Ohm

Compact version, 120 Ohm

Flexible version, 75 Ohm

Flexible version, 120 Ohm

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Features

4 Features
4.1 Connectivity
For both STM-1 and STM-4 the FIBCOM 6310 node offers full non-blocking
VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 connectivity from aggregate to aggregate and aggregate to tributary, tributarytributary (by connecting TU-12/TU-3). The cross-connect size of switching matrix is 16 port
STM-1 equivalent at HO and 4 port STM-1 Equivalent at LO, i.e. fully non-blocking 252x252
VC12 granularity is available.
4.2 Protection
Sub-Network Connection protection based on SNCP. The traffic in the ring can be planned
allocating both a working path and a protection path. If for example a fiber cable is damaged the
connection is preserved by automatic switchover to the protection path.
SNCP protection can be used for following applications like Ring, Mesh, Bus etc
4.2.1 SNC instead of 1+1 MSP protection
1+ 1 MSP

Collapsed Ring

Nested Rings

Taking advantage of SNCP ring-protection, a collapsed ring or a cascaded series of nested rings
can be protected with protection equivalent to MSP(1+1) and MS-SPRing.

Collapsed ring
The collapsed ring is made by interconnecting one end of the link with the other using
regenerators or optical amplifiers. SNCP protection achieves the same traffic capacity as 1+1 MSP
for most traffic patterns as well as protection against aggregate interface or fibre-break failure and
it also provides the same end-to-end traffic protection as in a linear 1+1 MSP system
Nested ring
The nested ring is a variety with similar features based on the cascading of collapsed rings. Each
sub-ring is interconnected to its neighbouring sub-ring via the SDH interface. In a nested ring
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structure, SNCP may be applied as the protection scheme in each sub-ring without compromising
the traffic capacity properties of the end-to-end linear system. Thus, using the simpler SNC
scheme, protection is possible against aggregate interface failure or fibre breaks in each sub-ring
while providing the same end-to-end traffic capacity as in a linear 1+1 MSP system.

4.3 Drop-and-Continue
FIBCOM 6310 node supports Broadcast with Drop-and-Continue for distribution of a traffic
signal (e.g. a video signal) at several drop points in the network. Drop-and-Continue are
applicable to the VC-4, VC-3 and VC-12 path layers. The dropped signal can be protected using
SNC protection.
4.4 Loop-back
FIBCOM 6310 node offers loop-back on the 2, 34, 45 and 140 Mbit/s for test purposes. Two types
of loop-back are available:
Line loop-back, where a signal received from the PDH network at the input port is looped
back and returned at the output port, in addition to being transmitted inside the equipment
towards the SDH network as normal.
Terminal loop-back, where the signal from the equipment/SDH network in addition to being
transmitted to the PDH network at the output port is looped back and returned towards the
equipment/SDH network too.
4.5

Synchronization

The Fibcom 6310 node supports the SDH synchronization management that makes it possible to
protect the synchronization network. It is possible to synchronize a Fibcom 6310 node on the
following sources:
An incoming SDH signal
An incoming 2 Mbit/s signal
2,048 kHz or 2 Mbit/s clock signals
if the above are not available the system will operate from Internal clock.
It is possible to synchronize the equipment with any of the above sources as per the priority
assigned to them by the user.
In case of failure of highest priority reference clock, equipment will automatically switch to the
next priority clock signal available. In case all the refrence clock signals are lost, the system will
first enter in hold over mode and after that it enters to free-run mode. System will automatically
restore back and select high priority clock after it become available.
Fibcom 6310 node furthermore delivers an external synchronization clock:
2,048 kHz clock signals
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Synchronization Status Message (SSM) functionality supported on SDH interfaces and makes it
possible to perform controlled switching to other synchronisation sources with lower priority
when the primary source fails.

4.6 Performance Management


Performance management data collection based on errored blocks and defect seconds is supported.
Current and a number of resent 15-minute and 24-hour records are maintained per monitor point.
4.7 Network and Element management
Management of the FIBCOM 6310 node can be performed using the network management
system, an element manager or from a local craft terminal.
4.8 Adaptive Pointer Filtration
Adaptive pointer filtration is particularly advantageous for FIBCOM 6310 nodes used in networks
sensitive to the jitter caused by pointer adjustments in a SDH network. The function is
implemented in all our 2 Mbit/s interfaces. When a 2 Mbit/s signal is carrying reference timing to
another PDH equipment residual jitter may not be sufficiently suppressed to keep the subsequent
PDH synchronizer synchronized. This may happen even if the equipment is perfectly compliant to
the SDH recommendations.
When a 2 Mbit/s transport signal is carrying reference timing to GSM base station, the residual
jitter may not be suppressed sufficient to keep the frequency accuracy of 0.05 ppm, which is the
GSM requirement for both Radio Frequency generation and clocking the BS time base. According
to the G.783/combined jitter specification, the instant frequency deviation can be more than 24
ppm for more than 140 ms!
Adaptive pointer filtration is developed to solve this problem. Single TU-12 pointer adjustments
are averaged out over more than 100 seconds in order to keep the temporary frequency offset of
the corresponding 2 Mbit/s signal below 0.05 ppm.

4.9 Power supply principle


The power supply in FIBCOM 6310 node supports Dual DC supplies.
AC supply has preference to the DC supply. If the AC supply fails (drops below limit) or is not
present the DC supplies runs the NE.

4.10 Auxiliary Alarms Ports


An AUX port is either used as input or as output port. A typical application of an output port is for
connection of a bell. The bell will ring when the alarms set to operate the port are active. A typical
application of an input port is to connect the auxiliary port to an external environmental control
system like External Power supply system. This way the management centre can be notified in
case of fire, breakdown of ventilation system, or similar.

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