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Contents

3.2.15.2 ECOM

  • 3.2.15.2.1 Version Description

  • 3.2.15.2.2 Application

  • 3.2.15.2.3 Functions and Features

  • 3.2.15.2.4 Working Principle and Signal Flow

  • 3.2.15.2.5 Front Panel

  • 3.2.15.2.6 Valid Slots

  • 3.2.15.2.7 Physical and Logical Ports

  • 3.2.15.2.8 Configuration of Cross-connection

  • 3.2.15.2.9 Parameters Can Be Set or Queried by NMS

3.2.15.2.10 ECOM Specifications

3.2.15.2 ECOM

ECOM: enhanced communication interface unit

Version Description The available functional version of the ECOM board is TN11.

Application The ECOM board is used to achieve the DCN communication between the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and the OptiX OSN 900A, and to converge/deconverge 8xFE services to/from 1xGE service.

Functions and Features The ECOM board is mainly used to achieve cross-connection at the electrical layer and loopback on the client side.

Working Principle and Signal Flow The ECOM board consists of the client-side optical module, WDM-side

optical module, L2 switching module, cross-connect module, control and communication module, and power supply module.

Front Panel

There are indicators and interfaces on the front panel of the ECOM board.

Valid Slots

One slot houses one ECOM board.

Physical and Logical Ports

This section describes the logical ports displayed on the NMS and the

physical ports of the board.

Configuration of Cross-connection This section describes how to configure cross-connections on boards using the NMS.

Parameters Can Be Set or Queried by NMS

This section lists the board parameters that can be set or queried by

using the NMS.

ECOM Specifications Specifications include optical specifications, dimensions, weight, and power consumption.

Parent topic: Optical Transponder Unit

3.2.15.2.1 Version Description

The available functional version of the ECOM board is TN11.

Mappings Between the Board and Equipment

The following provides the board(s) supported by the product. However, the availability of the board(s) is subject to PCNs. For PCN information, contact the product manager at your local Huawei office.

Board

General

Enhance

General

Enhance

8800

8800

6800

3800

8800

d 8800

8800

d 8800

T16

Universa

Subrac

Chassi

T64

T64

T32

T32

Subrac

l

k

s

Subrac

Subrack

Subrac

Subrack

k

Platform

k

k

Subrack

                 
TN11ECO N N N N N N Y Y M Parent topic: ECOM
TN11ECO
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
M
Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.2 Application

The ECOM board is used to achieve the DCN communication between the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and the OptiX OSN 900A, and to converge/deconverge 8xFE services to/from 1xGE service.

Application Scenario 1: Achieving DCN Communication between the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and the OptiX OSN 900A

The management signal and service signal of the OptiX OSN 900A are together transmitted to the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 over the line. The FIU board of the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 separates the signal received into management signal and service signal. The service signal is processed by the OTU board. The management signal is accessed by the ECOM board through the FE port and then is transmitted to the SCC board through the backplane.

For the position of the ECOM in the network built with the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and OptiX OSN 900A, see Figure 1.

Figure 1 Position of the ECOM board in the network built with the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and OptiX OSN 900A

Figure 1 Position of the ECOM board in the network built with the OptiX OSN 6800/3800
  • NOTE:

Each FIU board of the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 accesses the signals from only one OptiX OSN 900A.

Application Scenario 2: Converging/Deconverging 8xFE Services to/from 1xGE Service

When used for convergence or deconvergence, the ECOM board can be used only in the CWDM system. For the position of the ECOM in the WDM system, see Figure 2.

Figure 2 Position of the ECOM board in the WDM system

Figure 1 Position of the ECOM board in the network built with the OptiX OSN 6800/3800
  • NOTE:

The MUX and DMUX boards shown in the figure are the OADM boards used in the CWDM system.

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.3 Functions and Features

The ECOM board is mainly used to achieve cross-connection at the electrical layer and loopback on the client side.

For detailed functions and features, refer to Table 1.

Table 1 Functions and features of the ECOM board

Function and

 

Description

Feature

 
   

Basic function

Achieves the DCN communication between the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and the OptiX OSN 900A.

Converges/deconverges 8xFE services to/from 1xGE service.

Client-side

FE: Ethernet service at a rate of 125 Mbit/s

service type

WDM

Supports the CWDM specifications.

specification

Cross-connect

OptiX OSN 6800: Supports the transmission of one GE signal

OptiX OSN 3800: Supports the grooming of one GE signal

capabilities

each to working/protection cross-connection boards

respectively through the backplane. Supports the transmission of one GE signal to the paired slots through the backplane.

from one board of the mesh group (consisting of four boards) to the other three boards belonging to the mesh group.

Tunable

 

Not Supported

wavelength

 

function

PRBS function

 

Not Supported

Protection

 

Not Supported

scheme

 

Alarms and

Supports the remote monitoring (RMON) of Ethernet

performance

services.

events

 

Detects the optical power and reports the alarms and

monitoring

performance events for the board.

ALS function

 

Not Supported

Test frame

 

Not Supported

Optical-layer

 

Not Supported

ASON

 

Table 1 Functions and features of the ECOM board

Function and

 

Description

Feature

 
   

Electrical-

Not Supported

layer ASON

eSFP

Supports enhanced small form-factor pluggable optical modules on the client side.

Supports enhanced small form-factor pluggable optical modules on the WDM side.

Loopback

WDM side

Inloop

Supported

Outloop

Not Supported

Client side

Inloop

Supported

Outloop

Supported

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.4 Working Principle and Signal Flow

The ECOM board consists of the client-side optical module, WDM-side optical module, L2 switching module, cross-connect module, control and communication module, and power supply module.

Figure 1 and Figure 2 show the functional modules and signal flow of the ECOM board.

Figure 1 Functional modules and signal flow of the ECOM board

Figure 1 Functional modules and signal flow of the ECOM board Signal Flow (Achieving DCN Communication

Signal Flow (Achieving DCN Communication between the OptiX OSN 6800/3800 and the OptiX OSN 900A)

The client side of the ECOM board accesses FE optical signals.

In the signal flow of the ECOM board, the transmit and the receive directions are defined. The transmit direction is defined as the direction from the client side of the ECOM to the SCC board, and the receive direction is defined as the reverse direction.

Transmit direction

The client-side optical module receives one FE optical signal (management signal) from client equipment through one of the RX1- RX8 optical interfaces, and performs O/E conversion.

After the O/E conversion, the FE electrical signal is sent to the L2 switching module, and groomed by the backplane to the SCC board through the ETH interface.

Receive direction

The L2 switching module receives one FE electrical signal from the SCC board, and then sends the signal to the client-side optical module.

The client-side optical module performs E/O conversion of the FE electrical signal, and then outputs one FE optical signal through one of the TX1-TX8 optical interfaces.

Figure 2 Functional modules and signal flow of the ECOM

The L2 switching module receives one FE electrical signal from the SCC board, and then sends

Signal Flow (Converging/Deconverging 8xFE Services to/from 1xGE Service)

The client side of the ECOM board accesses FE optical signals.

In the signal flow of the ECOM board, the transmit and the receive directions are defined. The transmit direction is defined as the direction from the client side of the ECOM to the WDM side of the ECOM, and the receive direction is defined as the reverse direction.

Transmit direction

The client-side optical module receives eight optical signals from client equipment through the RX1-RX8 interfaces, and performs O/E conversion.

After O/E conversion, the eight electrical signals are sent to the L2 switching module. The module performs operations such as multiplexing the eight FE signals into one GE signal. Then, the module outputs the GE signal to the cross-connect module.

The cross-connect module performs operations such as service cross-connection of the GE signal.

The GE signal is sent to the WDM-side optical module. After performing E/O conversion, the module sends out an GE optical signal carried over an ITU-T G.694.2-compliant CWDM wavelengths through the OUT optical interface.

Receive direction

The WDM-side optical module receives an GE optical signal carried over an ITU-T G.694.2-compliant CWDM wavelength from the WDM side through the IN optical interface. Then, the module performs O/E conversion.

After the O/E conversion, the GE signal is sent to the cross- connect module. The module performs operations such as service cross-connection. Then, the module outputs one GE signal.

The L2 switching module demultiplexes the GE signal into a maximum of eight FE signals and send them to the client-side optical module.

The client-side optical module performs E/O conversion of the eight FE electrical signals, and then outputs eight FE optical signals through the TX1-TX8 optical interfaces.

Module Function

Client-side optical module

The module consists of a client-side receiver and a client-side transmitter.

  • Client-side receiver: Performs O/E conversion of eight FE optical signals.

  • Client-side transmitter: Performs E/O conversion of eight FE electrical signals.

  • Reports the performance of the client-side optical interface.

  • Reports the working state of the client-side laser. WDM-side optical module

The module consists of a WDM-side receiver and a WDM-side transmitter.

  • WDM-side receiver: Performs O/E conversion of GE optical signals.

  • WDM-side transmitter: Performs E/O conversion of GE electrical signals.

  • Reports the performance of the WDM-side optical interface.

  • Reports the working state of the WDM-side laser. L2 switching module

  • Forwards service signals.

  • Implements the convergence/deconvergence of the service signals. Cross-connect module

    • OptiX OSN 6800: Implements the cross-connection and pass-through between the client-side signals and the WDM-side signals of the board. Grooms the electrical signals between the ECOM and the board in the paired slot or the cross-connect board through the backplane. The grooming service signals are GE signals.

    • OptiX OSN 3800: Implements the cross-connection and pass-through between the client-side signals and the WDM-side signals of the board. Grooms the electrical signals from one board of the mesh group (consisting of four boards) to the other three boards belonging to the mesh group through the backplane. The grooming service signals are GE signals.

Control and communication module

  • Controls operations on the board.

  • Controls operations on each module of the board according to CPU instructions.

  • Collects information about alarms, performance events, working states and voltage detection from each functional module on the board.

  • Communicates with the system control and communication board. Power supply module

Converts the DC power supplied by the backplane into the power required by each module on the board.

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.5 Front Panel

There are indicators and interfaces on the front panel of the ECOM board.

Appearance of the Front Panel

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the ECOM board.

Figure 1 Front panel of the ECOM board

Indicators

Four indicators are present on the front panel:

Board hardware status indicator (STAT) - triple-colored (red, green, yellow) Service active status indicator (ACT) - green Board software status indicator (PROG) - dual-colored (red, green) Service alarm indicator (SRV) - triple-colored (red, green, yellow) For details about these indicators, see Board Indicators.

Interfaces

Table 1 lists the type and function of each interface.

Table 1 Types and functions of the interfaces on the ECOM board

Interface

Type

Function

     

IN

LC

Receive single-wavelength signals from the associated optical demultiplexer board or optical add/drop multiplexer board.

OUT

LC

Transmit single-wavelength signals to the associated optical multiplexer board or optical add/drop multiplexer board.

TX1-TX8

LC

Transmit service signals to client equipment.

RX1-RX8

LC

Receive service signals from client equipment.

Laser Hazard Level

The laser hazard level of the board is HAZARD LEVEL 1, indicating that the maximum power launched by the board is less than 10 dBm (10 mW).

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.6 Valid Slots

Table 1 shows the valid slots for the ECOM board.

Table 1 Valid slots for ECOM board

Product

Valid Slots

   

OptiX OSN 6800 subrack

IU1-IU8, IU11-IU16

OptiX OSN 3800 chassis

IU2-IU5

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.7 Physical and Logical Ports

This section describes the logical ports displayed on the NMS and the physical ports of the board.

Display of Physical Ports

Table 1lists the mapping between the physical ports on the board and the port numbers displayed on the NMS.

Table 1 Mapping between the physical ports on the ECOM board and the port numbers displayed on the NMS

Physical Port

Port Number on the NMS

IN/OUT

1

TX1/RX1

3

TX2/RX2

4

TX3/RX3

5

TX4/RX4

6

TX5/RX5

7

Table 1 Mapping between the physical ports on the ECOM board and the port numbers displayed on the NMS

 

Physical Port

Port Number on the NMS

TX6/RX6

8

TX7/RX7

9

TX8/RX8

10

NOTE:

NOTE:

The port number displayed on the U2000 indicates a pair of physical optical ports. One transmits signals and the other receives signals.

Logical Ports

Logical ports are internal points used to adapt, terminate, and multiplex internal signals of the board. They also can be used as sources or sinks of cross-connections. For example, AP1 is a logical port of the board.

Figure 1 shows the application model of the ECOM board. Table 2 describes the meaning of each port.

Figure 1 Port diagram of the ECOM board

Table 1 Mapping between the physical ports on the ECOM board and the port numbers displayed

Table 2 Description of NM port of the ECOM board

Port Name

Description

   

PORT3-PORT10

These ports correspond to the client-side optical interfaces RX1/TX1-RX8/TX8.

VCTRUNK1

Internal virtual port.

AP1

Internal convergence port.

Table 2 Description of NM port of the ECOM board

Port Name

Description

   

IN/OUT

Corresponding to the WDM-side optical interfaces.

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.8 Configuration of Cross- connection

This section describes how to configure cross-connections on boards using the NMS.

If the ECOM board is used to transmit services, set Board Mode in Configuration > WDM interfaces on the U2000. The valid values of the board mode field are Service Mode and HUB Mode.

Table 2 Description of NM port of the ECOM board Port Name Description IN/OUT Corresponding to

NOTE:

If the HUB mode need be configured, there must be one-to-one connection between ports, which need not be set on the U2000.

If the service mode need be configured, the following items must be created on the U2000:

During creation of the Ethernet services on the U2000, create the cross-connection between the PORT and VCTRUNK ports. The cross- connect convergence between the eight channels of FE optical signals and one channel of GE electrical signals accessed from the client-side ports is implemented through the L2 switching module.

Between the VCTRUNK ports and the AP ports of the cross-connect module are one-to-one port connections, which need not be set on the U2000.

During creation of the electrical cross-connect services on the U2000, create the cross-connection between the AP of the ECOM

board and AP port of other boards (The GE services accessed from the client side of the ECOM board are cross-connected to the client side of other boards for the inter-board services

deconvergence), as shown

Table 2 Description of NM port of the ECOM board Port Name Description IN/OUT Corresponding to

in Figure 1.

During creation of the electrical cross-connect services on the U2000, create the cross-connection between the AP of the ECOM board and LP port of other boards (The GE services accessed from

the client side of the ECOM board are cross-connected to the WDM side of other boards for the inter-board services convergence), as

shown

 During creation of the electrical cross-connect services on the U2000, create the cross-connection between the

in Figure 1.

During creation of the electrical cross-connect services on the U2000, create the cross-connections of GE level between the AP port and the IN/OUT port of the ECOM, realizing the cross-connect grooming of GE services.

Figure 1 Cross-connection diagram of the ECOM

 During creation of the electrical cross-connect services on the U2000, create the cross-connection between the

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.9 Parameters Can Be Set or Queried by NMS

This section lists the board parameters that can be set or queried by using the NMS.

Table 1 ECOM parameters

 

Field

Value

Description

     

Optical

-

Displays the position of the optical

Interface/Channel

interface.

Optical Interface Name

-

Sets and queries the Optical Interface Name.

An Optical Interface Name contains a maximum of 64 characters. Any characters are supported.

Channel Use

Used, Unused

The Channel Use Status parameter

Status

Default: Used

sets the occupancy status of the current channel of a board.

When this parameter is set to Unused for a port, service alarms reported for this port will be masked and the function for automatically disabling service-affecting settings is invalid for the port.

This parameter is set to Used by default. Set this parameter to Unused when the current channel is not used for the moment.

Optical Interface Loopback

Non-Loopback, Inloop, Outloop

Specifies the loopback mode for the optical interface on a board.

Default: Non-

See Loopback for more information.

Loopback

Laser Status

Off, On

The Laser Status parameter sets the

Default: On

laser status of a board.

See Laser Status (WDM Interface) for more information.

Band

-

Queries the operating wavelength at

Type/Wavelength

the WDM-side optical interface of a

No./Wavelength

board.

(nm)/Frequency

(THz)

Band Type

-

Queries the band type.

Table 1 ECOM parameters

 

Field

 

Value

Description

     

Tunable Wavelength Range

-

Displays the tunable wavelength range supported by the WDM-side optical interface on the board.

Planned

C:

Sets the wavelength number,

Wavelength

1/1529.16/196.05

wavelength and frequency of the

No./Wavelength

 

0 to

current optical interface on the WDM

(nm)/Frequency

 

80/1560.61/192.1

side of a board.

(THz)

00

See Planned Wavelength

CWDM:

No./Wavelength (nm)/Frequency (THz)

 

11/1471.00/208.1

(WDM Interface) for more

70

to

information.

18/1611.00/188.7

80

Default: /

Planned Band Type

C, CWDM

 

Sets the band type of the current

Default: C

working wavelength.

See Planned Band Type (WDM Interface) for more information.

Board Mode

HUB Mode, Service Mode

Specifies the board mode depending on the service application scenario.

Default: HUB Mode

Service Mode: In this mode, the ECOM board can aggregate eight FE services into one GE service.

HUB Mode: In this mode, the ECOM board can aggregate eight FE services into one FE service.

Parent topic: ECOM

3.2.15.2.10 ECOM Specifications

Specifications include optical specifications, dimensions, weight, and power consumption.

Board

Client-Side Fixed

Client-Side

WDM-Side Fixed

WDM-Side

Optical Module

Pluggable Optical Module

Optical Module

Pluggable Optical Module

         
 

N/A

100

BASE-FX-10

N/A

1.25

Gbit/s

TN11ECOM

km-eSFP

Multirate

 

100

BASE-FX-40

(CWDM)-40 km-

km-eSFP

eSFP

100

BASE-FX-80

2.67

Gbit/s

km-eSFP

Multirate

1.25

Gbit/s

(CWDM)-80 km-

Multirate

eSFP

(CWDM)-40 km-

eSFP

2.67

Gbit/s

Multirate

(CWDM)-80 km-

eSFP

NOTE:

NOTE:

Margins exist between the default input power low threshold and the receiver sensitivity and between the default input power high threshold and the overload point. These margins ensure that the system can report an input power low or high alarm before the actual input power reaches the receiver sensitivity or overload point.

Client-Side Pluggable Optical Module

Table 1 Client-side pluggable optical module specifications (FE services)

Parameter

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module

100 BASE-FX-10

100 BASE-FX-40

100 BASE-FX-80

Type

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

       

Line code

  • - NRZ

 

NRZ

NRZ

format

Optical

  • - SLM

 

SLM

SLM

source type

Target

 
  • - 10 km (6.2

40 km (24.9

80 km (49.7

transmission

mi.)

mi.)

mi.)

Table 1 Client-side pluggable optical module specifications (FE services)

Parameter

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module

100 BASE-FX-10

100 BASE-FX-40

100 BASE-FX-80

Type

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

       

distance

       

Transmitter parameter specifications at point S

 

Maximum mean

dBm

-3

0

5

launched

power

Minimum mean

dBm

-11.5

-4.5

-2

launched

power

Minimum

dB

9

9

9

extinction

ratio

Operating

nm

1270

to 1355

1270

to 1355

1500

to 1580

wavelength

     

range

Eye pattern

-

IEEE802.3z-compliant

 

mask

 

Receiver parameter specifications at point R

 

Receiver type

-

PIN

PIN

PIN

Operating

nm

1270

to 1355

1270

to 1355

1500

to 1580

wavelength

     

range

Receiver

dBm

-19

-20

-22

sensitivity

(EOL)

Minimum

dBm

-3

-3

-3

receiver

overload

Table 2 Client-side pluggable optical module specifications (colored wavelengths)

Parameter

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module

1.25 Gbit/s Multirate

2.67 Gbit/s Multirate

Type

(CWDM)-40 km-eSFP

(CWDM)-80 km-eSFP

     

Line code format

-

NRZ

NRZ

Optical source

-

SLM

SLM

type

Target

-

40

km (24.9 mi.)

80

km (49.7 mi.)

transmission

distance

Transmitter parameter specifications at point S

 

Maximum mean

dBm

5

5

launched power

Minimum mean

dBm

0

0

launched power

Minimum extinction ratio

dB

9

8.2

Operating wavelength range

nm

1471

to 1611

1471

to 1611

Central

nm

±6.5

±6.5

wavelength

deviation

Maximum -20 dB spectral width

nm

1.0

1.0

Minimum side mode suppression ratio

dB

30

30

Eye pattern mask

-

IEEE802.3z-compliant

 

Receiver parameter specifications at point R

 

Receiver type

-

PIN

APD

Operating wavelength range

nm

1270

to 1620

1270

to 1620

Table 1 Client-side pluggable optical module specifications (FE services)

Parameter

 

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module

 

100 BASE-FX-10

100 BASE-FX-40

100 BASE-FX-80

Type

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

km-eSFP

       

Receiver

dBm

-19

-28

sensitivity

Minimum receiver overload

dBm

-3

-9

Maximum

dB

-27

-27

reflectance

WDM-Side Pluggable Optical Module

Table 3 CWDM-side pluggable optical module specifications (fixed wavelengths)

Parameter

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module Type

1.25 Gbit/s Multirate (CWDM)-40 km-eSFP

2.67 Gbit/s Multirate (CWDM)-80 km-eSFP

     

Line code format

-

NRZ

NRZ

Target transmission distance

-

40 km (24.9 mi.)

80 km (49.7 mi.)

Transmitter parameter specifications at point S

 

Operating wavelength range

nm

1471 to 1611

1471 to 1611

Maximum mean launched power

dBm

  • 5 5

 

Minimum mean launched power

dBm

  • 0 0

 

Table 3 CWDM-side pluggable optical module specifications (fixed wavelengths)

Parameter

Unit

 

Value

Optical Module Type

1.25 Gbit/s Multirate (CWDM)-40 km-eSFP

2.67 Gbit/s Multirate (CWDM)-80 km-eSFP

     

Minimum extinction ratio

dB

9

8.2

Central wavelength deviation

nm

±6.5

±6.5

Maximum -20 dB spectral width

nm

1

1

Minimum side mode suppression ratio

dB

30

30

Eye pattern mask

-

IEEE802.3z-compliant

Receiver parameter specifications at point R

 

Receiver type

-

PIN

APD

Operating wavelength range

nm

1270 to 1620

1270 to 1620

Receiver sensitivity

dBm

-19

-28

Minimum receiver overload

dBm

-3

-9

Maximum reflectance

dB

-27

-27

Mechanical Specifications

Dimensions of front panel (H x W x D): 264.6 mm (10.4 in.) x 25.4 mm (1.0 in.) x 220 mm (8.7 in.)

Weight: 1.0 kg (2.2 lb.)

Power Consumption

Board

Typical Power Consumption

Maximum Power

(W)

Consumption a (W)

     

TN11ECOM

19.6

21.6

a: The maximum power consumption is the power consumed by the board when it works normally under the highest ambient temperature.

Parent topic: ECOM