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SpectralWave MN5300

Packet Transport Network Product

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

NEC Corporation
TOKYO, JAPAN
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CONTENTS
1. OVERVIEW .........................................................................2
1.1 General ...........................................................................2
1.2 System Features ............................................................2
1.3 Software Architecture....................................................5

2. NETWORK APPLICATIONS ..............................................6

3. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION .................................................7


3.1 Basic Configuration .......................................................7

4. BRIEF PACKAGE INTRODUCTION...................................7

5. OAM&P...............................................................................9
5.1 Topology Management ..................................................9
5.2 Fault Management .........................................................9
5.3 Performance Management ............................................9
5.4 Security Management ....................................................9

6. Management Systems .....................................................10

7. TECHNICAL SUMMARY ..................................................11


7.1 System Parameters......................................................11
7.2 Interfaces......................................................................12
7.3 Environment and Mechanical Construction...............15

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1. OVERVIEW

1.1 General

SpectralWave MN5300 is a new generation-data


transport product based on pseudo wire over T-
MPLS/MPLS-TP technology. Equipped with the
enhanced data service processing capability and
powerful network management functions, the
MN5300 is well oriented to the modern packet
transport network.

MN5300 enables service providers to deliver


carrier-class, standardized circuit and packet
services by combining circuit and packet interfaces,
and using MPLS-based traffic management
mechanisms and PW to support carrier-class
Quality of Service (QoS) levels. MN5300
provides a very cost-effective solution to Figure1.1 SpectralWave MN5300
implement metro, aggregation and access networks,
uniquely addressing the transition from
TDM/emulation circuit to packet transport by 1.2 System Features
providing a smooth migration path towards the
delivery of advanced packet-based services — thus 1) Service and Interfaces
maximizing return on investment over the network
life cycle. MN5300 can adapt to any complex The MN5300 has multi-service interfaces such as
network configurations. It is built upon a powerful Ethernet, TDM and ATM as follows
MPLS packet processing & switching unit,
equipped with rich and flexible interface • Ethernet services: FE/GE/10GE interfaces
configurations and sophisticated software features. • ATM emulation services : STM-1 interface
MN5300 perfectly supports a broad range of • PDH emulation services: E1/T1 interface
services, including legacy TDM, Ethernet and • SDH emulation services: STM-1 interface
mobile backhaul services. • POS (Packet over SDH): STM-1, STM-16 and
STM-64 uplink interfaces
With MN5300, Ethernet, TDM or ATM payload is • IMA service: E1 interface (future support)
transported over the PW layer where those
• CESoPSN: E1 interface (future support)
payloads can be encapsulated and
• ML-PPP: E1 interface (future support)
multiplexed/demultiplexed into T-MPLS/MPLS-
TP tunnels. T-MPLS/MPLS-TP layer provides
Service Access Capability
transport tunnel for the traffic to transfer across
IP/T-MPLS/MPLS-TP core network. At physical
layer, the MN5300 can use Ethernet or POS • 6×STM-64 POS optical uplink interfaces
transport technologies. • 6×STM-16 POS optical uplink interfaces
• 6×STM-1 POS optical uplink interfaces
MN5300 uses high-speed backplane buses and • 64×STM-1 SDH optical interfaces
high capacity packet switch fabric, which greatly • 64×STM-1 ATM optical interfaces
enhances efficiency and reduces the overall size of • 36×GE optical interfaces
the system. The feature-rich MN5300 is compact. • 36×FE optical interfaces
The chassis is 7U (1U = 44.45mm) and can be • 36×10/100/1000BASE-T interfaces
installed in a standard 19-inch or ETSI rack. The • 6×10GE optical interfaces
outer dimensions are 320mm (Height) × 440mm • 64×E1 Interfaces (75 Ohm or 120 Ohm) with 1:2
(Width) × 410mm (Depth). Figure1.1 shows the CFP protection
appearance of SpectralWave MN5300. • 64×T1 Interfaces (100 Ohm) with 1:2 CFP
protection
• 256×E1 IMA, CESoPSN, ML-PPP(uplink) interface
(future support)

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For the interface details, see Section 7 Technical switched network (PSN) domain and/or more than one
Summary. PSN tunnel. These PWs are called multi-segment
pseudo wires (MS-PWs). Both SS-PW and MS-PW are
MN5300 supports 1+1 switch fabrics. The supported and shown in Figure1.3.
switching capacity is up to 108G. The maximum A PW must be set up before an emulated circuit can be
switching capacity for the slots is shown in established, and must be torn down when an emulated
Figure1.2. circuit is no longer needed. Setup and teardown of a
PW can be triggered by a command from the
management plane of a PE device such as MN5300, or
by Setup/Teardown of an Attachment circuit from CE
devices, or by an auto-discovery mechanism. During
the dynamic setup process, the PE devices need to
exchange information e.g., to learn each other's
capability. The setup mechanism must enable the PEs to
exchange all necessary information in which both
endpoints must agree on methods for encapsulating
PDUs, handling frame ordering, the signaling protocol
to use and the information needed to exchange for
specific service. Today, telecom carriers are willing to
control the LSP path and bandwidth more explicitly.
Figure1.2 Service Switching Capacity MN5300 supports manually provisioning the LSP
through powerful network management systems.
2) Pseudo wire Being service-related, one or more PWs can be
‘stitched’ into one LSP. The operator can configure
PWs have been the essential technologies for each PW according to the client service requirements,
emulating different types of services. The required such as bandwidth, QoS, protection, and then stitching
functions of PWs include: configuration.

• Encapsulating service-specific PDUs (Protocol The PW implementation on MN5300 supports:


Data Units) arriving at an ingress port
• Carrying those PDUs across a path or tunnel • Single-segment PW
across MPLS networks • Multi-segment PW
• Managing PDUs timing and order • Static PW setup/teardown via Command Line
• Any other operations required emulating the Interface or through network management system
behavior and characteristics of the services as • PW VCCV: in-band management
precisely as possible • - ICMP Ping
• - LSP Ping
The end-to-end PWs that is used to interconnect • PW Convergence into one LSP tunnel
two CE devices through the common MPLS
Packet Switched Networks is called single-
segment pseudo wire (SS-PW). There is also
requirement for PWs across more than one packet

Figure1.3 SS-PW and MS-PW

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3) T-MPLS/MPLS-TP Packet Switching • OAM card (1+1)


Network • SPCA (PPC and CLK) card (1+1)
• SPCB (PPC and CLK) card (1+1)
MN5300 is more focused on connection-oriented • PWIN (Power input) card (1+1)
circuits. When a PW needs to traverse a common • E1/T1 processing card (1:1, 1:2 CFP)
path, a Label Switched Path (LSP) should be (CFP means Card Failure Protection.)
established in advance using management or T-
MPLS/MPLS-TP MPLS signaling protocols. At • Network Level Protection
the ingress Label Switch Router (LSR), each PW is
assigned a tunnel label and is transmitted to the The network protection mechanism is as bellow:
downstream. MN5300 supports Diff-Serv in T-
MPLS/MPLS-TP MPLS network. At the ingress ATM Service Protection:
node of the Diff-Serv T-MPLS/MPLS-TP MPLS
• ATM STM-1 service 1+1 linear MSP
network, the PWs would be mapped with an EXP
• ATM STM-1 service 1:1 linear MSP
Code Point (CP) which corresponds to their
Service restoration time <50ms
different Behavior Aggregate (BA). Up to 8 BAs
can be supported by one LSP corresponding to one
SDH Protection:
PW, and one PW may order more than one BA.
This is called EXP-Inferred-PSC LSPs (E-LSPs). • SDH STM-1 service 1+1 linear MSP
The Per-Hop Behavior (PHB) Scheduling Class • SDH STM-1 service 1:1 linear MSP
(PSC) of a packet transported on this LSP depends Service restoration time <50ms
on the EXP field. Alternatively, a single LSP can
be established for a single PW with certain MPLS Tunnel Protection:
required BA. With LSPs, the PSC is explicitly • 1+1 linear protection switching for MPLS Tunnels
signaled at the time of label establishment, so that • 1:1 protection for pre-configured MPLS Tunnels
after label establishment, LSR such as MN5300 • PRI/SEC LSPs on optical shared mesh
can infer exclusively from the label value the PSC • Uni/Bi-directional MPLS tunnels protections
to be applied to a labeled packet and infer the Drop Switch over time <50ms
Precedence using the EXP field. At each transit
node, the EXP/Label can then be used to select the 5) Synchronization
Per Hop Behavior (PHB) that determines the
scheduling treatment and drop probability for each To satisfy the surging demands for bandwidths in both
packet in PW. the core and access networks, the packet switched
MN5300 adopts manual provisioning to actually technology is replacing the traditional circuit switching
control and manage the LSP setup/teardown, as technology for telecommunication networks. Over the
stated in ITU-T T-MPLS/ MPLS-TP standard. traditional circuit switched TDM networks, precise
frequency synchronization was used. The access
The T-MPLS/MPLS-TP transport network platforms, such as wireless base stations and MSANs
supports: (Multi-service Access Nodes); rely on synchronization
• E-LSP and L-LSP provided over the network backhaul connection, thus
• LSP setup/teardown assuring high QoS for end users. The ability to provide
• LSP QoS: 8 service classes carrier-class synchronization over Ethernet to the
• T-MPLS/MPLS-TP OAM remote wireless base stations and access platform is the
key to Ethernet backhaul in telecom networks.
4) Protection & Restoration Considering the shifting from circuit switched to packet
switched network will last for some time, the MN5300
The MN5300 is designed for Carrier Class data supports following synchronization modes.
transport product which has 99.999% reliability.
SpectralWave MN5300 has two protection levels • SDH synchronization mode
such as equipment level, Network level protection. The following functional hierarchy defined in ITU-T
G.783 is implemented in the MN5200 clock system.
• Equipment Level Protection
• Synchronous Ethernet
MN5200 supports 10GE/GE/FE Synchronous Ethernet
The equipment level protection includes: feature, this clock complies with ITU-T
Recommendation G.8262.
The following cards have protection function for
card level. • IEEE1588v2 (future support)
Synchronization timing with dual bus (1+1) MN5200 supports IEEE 1588V2 protocol to achieve the
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real-time synchronization. 1.3 Software Architecture

The MN5300 delivers the software features required for


6) External Alarm transferring TDM, SDH, ATM and Ethernet services
across T-MPLS/MPLS-TP data networks. Figure1.4
The MN5300 provides four external alarm inputs shows the generic software architecture of MN5300.
and four remote alarm outputs. The MN5300
external alarm inputs can be used to detect events 1) Client Service Layer
such as temperature threshold-crossing, access MN5300 system supports IP and Data client service
permissions, etc. The MN5300 will report the through Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit
external alarm to the NMS. Ethernet. It also supports ATM client service through
Through a remote alarm output, the MN5300 can ATM STM-1 interface, and supports TDM client
output an alarm of the chassis to the monitoring service via E1, T1 or STM-1 interfaces, and supports
center of the equipment room and prompt the IMA E1 interface (future support)
people on duty with visual or audible alarms.
External alarm input and remote alarm output are 2) Server Layer
useful in daily maintenance, especially for The server layer of MN5300 transmits services coming
monitoring systems in unattended equipment to/from client service layer using PW through a T-
rooms. Effective environment monitoring can MPLS/MPLS-TP network.
tremendously improve overall service stability and
reliability. 3) Uplink Layer
T-MPLS/MPLS-TP packets can then be transmitted
through the uplink layer. The upper link layer can use
Gigabit Ethernet or 10 Gigabit Ethernet, OC3/STM-1,
OC48/STM-16 and OC192/STM-64 POS interfaces.
(OC3/OC48/OC192: future support on MN5300)

MN5300 has been defined for accommodating various


techniques into T-MPLS/MPLS-TP networks. Client
services such as ATM, PDH, SDH and Ethernet can be
encapsulated into MPLS PW.

F E/GE/10G E A TM ST M-1 E1/T1 /S TM -1

Eth ernet ATM TDM Clien t Serv ice La yer


Ps eudo wire
S e rver Layer
T-MP LS/MP LS-TP

Ethe rnet SDH /SON ET U plink Layer

STM -1/S TM-16/STM- 64


GE/1 0GE
P OS

Figure1.4 SpectralWave MN5300 Layer

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2. NETWORK APPLICATIONS

The MN5300 supports various network configuration • Chain topology


and topologies, including ring, chain, junction node, • Ring topology
SNI (Single Node Interconnection), DNI (Dual Node • Ring with chain topology
Interconnect) and the combination of these topologies • Single Node Interconnection topology
as follows: • Dual Node Interconnection topology
• Mesh topology

Ring with chain Topology


The MN5300 is capable of constructing a ring with chain network.

10GE STM-64 GE

STM-16

Single Node Interconnection Topology


The MN5300 is capable of constructing an SNI(Single Node Interconnection) network.

SNI

Dual Node Interconnection Topology


The MN5300 is capable of constructing a DNI(Dual Node Interconnection) network.

DNI

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3. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION 4. BRIEF PACKAGE INTRODUCTION

3.1 Basic Configuration Summarized functions of the major packages are


described below.
The MN5300 has a modular structure. Cards can
be plugged in or out of a shelf. Plugging in or out a 1) OAM
card outside the running traffic path will not
The OAM card provides Operation, Administration
interrupt the traffic/data flow.
and Maintenance functions. Two OAM cards can be
installed in SpectralWave MN5300 for 1+1
Figure3.1 shows a basic configuration of the
protection.
SpectralWave MN5300 Main Shelf.
2) SPCA
• System card:
- System Control card (OAM) The SPCA card provides PPC (Switch and Packet
Processing) and CLK (Clock and Timing). Two
• Switch Fabric card: SPCA cards can be installed in SpectralWave
- Switch and Clock card (SPCA) MN5300 for 1+1 protection.

• Client card: 3) SPCB (future support R2.1)


- 8xSTM-1 ATM/CES optical processing card The SPCB card provides advanced features that are
(CAEF08) Ethernet OAM (802.1ag and Y.1731), IEEE1588v2
- 12xFE/GE optical interface card (CGF12) real-time synchronization and 1pps+tod time
- 12xFE/GE electrical interface card (CGT12) interface in addition to SPCA. SPCB has centralized
- 32xE1/T1 processing card (CE1P32) Synchronous Ethernet PHY for Ethernet optical
- 32xE1/T1 interface card (JPE1T32) ports.
CGF12S is not recommended to use with SPCB.
• Uplink card:
- 1xSTM-16/1xSTM-1 POS card (N16F01) 4) ShelfIO
- 1xSTM-64 POS card (N64F01)
- 10GE LAN/WAN line card (NXGF01) The ShelfIO card provides the system external alarm
and clock input/output for the MN5300. The external
• Others timing signals are 2.048 Mbit/s (E1), 2.048MHz,
- Power Interface card (PWIN) 1.544Mbit/s (T1) and composite clock (64KHz,
- Shelf input/output interface card (ShelfIO) 8KHz and 400Hz).
- Shelf Console card (CONSOLE)
5) CONSOLE
Ports of uplink or client cards can be configured in The CONSOLE card receives the network
the other operation mode (client or uplink) in their management signals from the active OAM card and
own slots. The uplink Ethernet port can also be sends them to the RJ45 port on the front panel. It
used as client port and the client Ethernet port can turns on/off the LEDs on the front panel according to
be used as uplink port in their own slots. the alarm and running information.

6) CGF12 and CGF12S


The CGF12 and CGF12S card are the Ethernet
interface card, which provide 12xFE/GE optical
ports. CGF12S card has Synchronous Ethernet PHY
built-in.
CGF12S is not recommended to use with SPCB.

7) CGT12 and CGT12S


The CGT12 and CGT12S card are the Ethernet
interface card, which provide 12x10/100/1000M
Ethernet electrical ports. CGT12S supports
Figure 3.1 SpectralWave MN5300 Shelf Synchronous Ethernet, and CGT12 does not support
View Synchronous Ethernet in any case of SPCA and
SPCB.

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8) CE1P32
The CE1P32 card provides 32xE1/T1 service
Card functions include:
processing function, and a JPE1T32 can provide
32xE1/T1 service interface function. Three • Loss-of-Signal detection
CE1P32 cards can be installed simultaneously • Optical receiving power monitoring
with two JPE1T32 cards to provide up to • Laser optical transmitting power monitoring
64xE1/T1 services with 1:2 protection. • Laser bias current monitoring (for estimating laser’s
life)
9) JPE1T32 • Laser chip temperature monitoring
• Automatic laser shutdown (ALS)
The JPE1T32 card provides 32xE1/T1 service
• Ethernet port can be used for both client and uplink
interface function. With three CE1P32 cards,
interface.
two JPE1T32 cards provide 64xE1/T1 services
with 1:2 protection.
Limitation Notes:
An SFP that has PHY chip built-in does not support
10) CAEF08
Synchronous Ethernet.
The CAEF08 card is the processing card to - 100Base-FX SFP, w/SGMII PHY (IXX0924906)
handle 8xSTM-1 ATM/CES service with the - 100Base-LX SFP, w/SGMII PHY (IXX0881606)
PWE3 to T-MPLS/MPLS-TP emulation. - 10/100/1000Base-T SFP (IXX0667206)

11) N16F01
The N16F01 card is the 1xSTM-16 optical and
1xSTM-1 optical uplink interface card (using
SFP optical module) with 2.5G/155M POS
functions.

12) N64F01
The N64F01 card is the 1xSTM-64 optical
uplink interface card (using XFP optical
module) with 10G POS function.

13) NXGF01 and NXGF01S


The NXGF01 and NXGF01S card are 1 port
10GE LAN/WAN line card that provide 1 port
XFP optical transport service interface for
networking applications that need 10GE
LAN/WAN connection. NXGF01S card has
Synchronous Ethernet PHY built-in.
NXGF01 does not support Synchronous
Ethernet in any case of SPCA and SPCB.

14) CIE1T32 (future support R2.2)


The CIE1T32 card supports 32xE1(IMA,
CESoPSN, ML-PPP uplink) interface with no
CFP.

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5. OAM&P 5.3 Performance Management

The operation, administration, maintenance and The performance monitoring (PM) functions can be
provisioning (OAM&P) of the SpectralWave used to continuously analyze the general quality of the
MN5300 can be controlled and monitored through transmission. If deterioration in the transmission
the management system. The MN5300 system uses quality is detected, alarms or warnings are issued to
in-band control and management channel within inform service personnel before service interruption
GE, 10GE and STM-1/STM-16/STM-64 uplink to occurs.
carry the control and management information SDH performance parameters and Ethernet
between the NMS and NE, so that NMS can performance parameters are provided. Relevant data is
manage all NEs remotely via the Gateway. collected by the OAM package and reported to the
management system.
5.1 Topology Management
Performance monitoring functions include the
The configuration management functions are used following:
to provision the equipment to change
configurations and query information for each • Collect/report PM data
package in the equipment. The configuration of the • View status of specified PM type/PM item
equipment may be changed at any time to • Initialize PM items
add/remove operational packages, change package • View registered PM data
configurations and specify alarm and reporting • Activate alarms
capabilities. When a performance parameter exceeds the
The configuration management functions include threshold limit set in advance, the corresponding
the followings: performance alarm can be automatically reported.
• Reporting
• Set work/protection relation
• Query firmware version The performance history is stored in the OAM
• Set timing source parameter package until retrieving from the management system.
• Set overhead byte parameter Current 15-min. and current day history can be
• Set Pseudo wire parameter reported through the management system.
• Setup/Teardown LSP
5.4 Security Management
5.2 Fault Management
The security management functions maintain a list of
The fault management functions provide alarm control access privileges of all users to the equipment.
monitoring capability through the management These functions allow only authorized users to execute
system, through external outputs to a station alarm specific groups of commands for configuration, fault,
system, and through LEDs mounted on the front of performance, and security managements.
the SpectralWave MN5300. The security management includes the functions of
The fault management functions include the register/delete/change user account (user ID, password,
followings: management level).

• Detect/report alarm with severity


• Port mode parameter such as monitor, not
monitor
• Alarm profile

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6. Management Systems

The MN5300 equipment can be managed by both • FM : Fault management;


SpectralWave MN9200 Network Management • CM : Configuration Management;
System (NMS) at the remote Network Operation • PM : Performance Management;
Center (NOC) and/or locally by simply connecting • SM : Security Management.
the LCT. The SpectralWave MN9200 provides the
Client/Server architecture. Figure6.1 shows the SpectralWave MN9200
architecture sample.
Using the SpectralWave MN9200 the operator can
configure all available equipment resources, since For more detailed information regarding the NMS
it is designed following the FCAPS functions system, please refer to the SpectralWave MN9200
defined by TMN, which includes: FM, CM, PM DEX-6892 document.
and SM.

Client
MN9200
NMS Server

MN5000 MN5000

MN5000

LCT

Figure 6.1 SpectralWave MN9200 Servers Hierarchical Configuration Example

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7. TECHNICAL SUMMARY

7.1 System Parameters

Interface Capacity: • 6 x STM-64 POS optical uplink interfaces (I-64.1x, S-64.2bx, L-


64.2ax)
• 6 x STM-16 POS optical uplink interfaces (I-16, S-16.1, S-16.2, L-
16.1 and L-16.2)
• 6 x STM-1 POS optical uplink interfaces (S-1.1, L-1.1 and L-1.2)
• 64 x STM-1 SDH optical interfaces (S-1.1, L-1.1 and L-1.2)
• 64 x STM-1 ATM optical interfaces (S-1.1, L-1.1 and L-1.2)
• 36 x GE optical interfaces (1000BASE-SX (550m), 1000BASE-LX
(10km), 1000BASE-LH (40km), 1000BASE-ZX (80km), 1000BASE-
LX (20km single fiber bi-direction))
• 36 × FE optical interfaces (100BASE-FX/100BASE-LX)
• 36 × 10/100/1000BASE-T interfaces
• 6 x 10GE optical interfaces (10GBASE-LR/ER/ZR (LAN) and
10GBASE-LW/EW/ZW (WAN))
• 64 x E1 Interfaces (75 Ohm or 120 Ohm) with 1:2 CFP protection
• 64 x T1 Interfaces (100 Ohm) with 1:2 CFP protection
• 256 x E1 IMA, CESoPSN, ML-PPP (uplink) interface with no CFP
(future support R2.2)

Packet Processing Capacity: 108Gbps full duplex switching fabric

Synchronization:
Internal oscillator ±4.6ppm, free running
accuracy:
Hold-over stability: ±0.05ppm within 24 hours
Timing source: STM-N, 1.5Mbit/s (T1), External 2Mbit/s or 2MHz,
composite clock(64KHz,8KHz and 400Hz)
Priority: User programmable
Quality: User programmable
SSM: S1 byte (POS/SDH interface), Sa bits on external 2Mbit/s

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7.2 Interfaces

a) STM-64 /16 / 1 Optical Interface


See Table 7.1 through 7.4.

b) Fast Ethernet Optical Interface

100BASE-FX
Operating wavelength range: 830-860nm
Maximum mean launched power: -4dBm
Minimum mean launched power: -9.5dBm
Minimum extinction ratio: 9dB
Minimum sensitivity: -17dBm
Minimum overload: 0dBm
Megabit output optical interface waveform parameter: Rise/fall time<2.5
Maximum RMS width: <0.85
Data related jitter: NA
Minimum optical return loss: 12dB

100BASE-LX-10
Operating wavelength range: 1260-1360nm
Maximum mean launched power: -8dBm
Minimum mean launched power: -15dBm
Minimum extinction ratio: 8.2dB
Minimum sensitivity: -24dBm
Minimum overload: -8dBm
Megabit output optical interface waveform parameter: Rise/fall time<2.5
Maximum RMS width: <4
Data related jitter: NA
Minimum optical return loss: 12dB

100BASE-FX-Phy
Operating wavelength range: 830-860nm
Maximum mean launched power: -3dBm
Minimum mean launched power: -9.5dBm
Minimum extinction ratio: 9dB
Minimum sensitivity: -20dBm
Minimum overload: 0dBm
Megabit output optical interface waveform parameter: Rise/fall time<2.5
Maximum RMS width: <0.85
Data related jitter: NA
Minimum optical return loss: 12dB

100BASE-LX-10-Phy
Operating wavelength range: 1270-1355nm
Maximum mean launched power: -8dBm
Minimum mean launched power: -15dBm
Minimum extinction ratio: 9dB
Minimum sensitivity: -24dBm
Minimum overload: -3dBm
Megabit output optical interface waveform parameter: Rise/fall time<2.5
Maximum RMS width: <1
Data related jitter: NA
Minimum optical return loss: 12dB

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c) Gigabit Ethernet Interface

1000BASE-SX
Bit rate: 1.25Gbit/s ±100ppm
Code: 8B/10B
Optical fiber type: 50µm / 62.5µm MMF
Wavelength: 830~860 nm
Average launch power: -9.5 ~ -4.0 dBm
Receive power: -17 ~ 0 dBm
Maximum transmission distance: 550m (50µm MMF)
275m (62.5µm MMF)
Extinction ratio: 9dB

1000BASE-LX-10
Bit rate: 1.25Gbit/s ±100ppm
Code: 8B/10B
Optical fiber type: SMF
Wavelength: 1270 ~ 1355nm
Average launch power: -11.5 ~ -3 dBm
Receive power: -19 ~ -3 dBm
Maximum transmission distance: 10km (SMF)
Extinction ratio: 9dB

1000BASE-LH-40
Bit rate: 1.25Gbit/s ±100ppm
Code: 8B/10B
Optical fiber type: SMF
Wavelength: 1480 ~ 1580nm
Average launch power: -5 ~ 2dBm
Receive power: -22 ~ -3 dBm
Maximum transmission distance: 40km (SMF)
Extinction ratio: 9dB

1000BASE-ZX-80
Bit rate: 1.25Gbit/s ±100ppm
Code: 8B/10B
Optical fiber type: SMF
Wavelength: 1480 ~ 1580nm
Average launch power: 0 ~ 4 dBm
Receive power: -22 ~ -3 dBm
Maximum transmission distance: 80km (SMF)
Extinction ratio: 9dB

1000BASE-LX-20 (Single Fiber Bi-direction)


Bit rate: 1.25Gbit/s ±100ppm
Code: 8B/10B
Optical fiber type: SMF
Wavelength: 1260 ~ 1370 nm Tx / 1480 ~ 1500 nm Rx
1480 ~ 1500 nm Tx / 1260 ~ 1370 nm Rx
Average launch power: -9.5 ~ -3 dBm
Receive power: -20 ~ -3 dBm
Maximum transmission distance: 20km (SMF)
Extinction ratio: 9dB

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d) 10Gigabit Ethernet Interface

Item Value
Standard bit rate 10,312,500 kbit/s (LAN) / 9,953,280 kbit/s (WAN)
Application code (LAN) 10GBase- 10GBase- 10GBase- 10GBase-
LX-10(LR) LH-40(ER) LH-80(ZR) SR
Application code (WAN) 10GBase- 10GBase- 10GBase- 10GBase-
LX-10(LW) LH-40(EW) LH-80(ZW) SW
Operating wavelength (nm) 1260~1355 1530~1565 1530~1565 840~860
Maximum mean launched power (dBm) -1 4 4 -1
Minimum mean launched power (dBm) -6 -1 0 -7.3
Minimum extinction ratio (dB) 6 3 9 3
10Gb output optical interface eye pattern X1=0.25, X2=0.40, X3=0.45
Y1=0.25, Y2=0.28, Y3=0.40
-20dB spectral width (nm) <1 <1 <1 Table 52-8 in
IEEE802.3-2008
OMA – TDP (dBm) -6.2 -2.1 -2.1 Section 52.5.1 in
IEEE802.3-2008
SMSR (dB) 30 30 30 Not required
Minimum overload (dBm) > -3 > -3 > -7 -1
-12
Back-to-back sensitivity (BER≤10 ) (dBm) -13 -14.1 -24 -11
-12
Worst-case sensitivity (BER≤10 ) (dBm) -10.3 -11.3 -22 -7.5
Minimum optical return loss 12 26 27 12
Optical interface module type XFP XFP XFP XFP
Optical fiber type SMF SMF SMF MMF
Maximum transmission distance 10km 40km 80km 300m

See Table 7.4 and 7.5 for DWDM module and optical interface parameters.

e) E1 interface (2Mbit/s)
Bit rate: 2.048Mbit/s ±50ppm
Impedance: 120 ohms balanced
75 ohms unbalanced
Code: HDB3
Connector type: DB68
Pulse waveform: ITU-T Table 7/G.703, Figure 15/G.703

f) T1 interface (1.5Mbit/s)
Bit rate: 1.544Mbit/s ±32ppm
Impedance: 100 ohms ±5ppm
Code: AMI
Connector type: DB68
Pulse amplitude: 2.4 - 3.6 V peak-to-peak

g) Synchronization Interface
External Pulse waveform: ITU-T Table 7/G.703 ITU-T Table 11/G.703
input /output: Figure 15/G.703 Figure 20/G.703
Bit rate: 2.048Mbit/s ±20ppm 2.048MHz ±20ppm
Code: HDB3 (2.048Mbit/s) -
Frame format: ITU-T G.704 (2.048Mbit/s) -
Impedance: 120 ohms balanced or 75 ohms unbalanced
Number of ports: 2
Line input Any STM-n lines, any two 2M T1

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h) LCT Interface
Interface Type: Ethernet Port
Number of ports: 1
Physical Interface: RJ-45

i) NMS Interface
Interface Type: Ethernet Port
Protocol: TCP/IP
Physical Interface: RJ-45

7.3 Environment and Mechanical Construction

a) Power Requirements
Supply Voltage: −48VDC (−57.0V ~ −42.0V)
Power consumption 700W (Fully loaded)

b) Environment
Temperature: 5°C to +40°C (Normal Operating Range)
−5°C to +45°C (Short Term Temperature Range)
Relative Humidity: 5 to 85%
Cooling: Fan

EMC: EN55022 (Class A)


EN55024
EN300 386

c) Mechanical Construction
Main Shelf: 320mm (H) × 440mm (W) × 410mm (D) (7U)

Wiring Access: Front access for both electrical and optical connections

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Table 7.1 STM-64 Optical Interface Parameters


Digital signal STM-64 according to ITU-T G.707
Nominal bit rate 9,953.280 Mbit/s
Application Intra-office Short-haul Long-haul
Application code (ITU-T G.691) I-64.1x(XFP) S-64.2bx(XFP) L-64.2ax(XFP)
Operating wavelength range 1290-1330 nm 1530-1565 nm 1530-1565 nm
Transmitter at reference point MPI-S
Mean launched power
• Maximum -1dBm +2dBm +4dBm
• Minimum -6dBm -1dBm 0dBm
Special characteristics
• Maximum-20dB width(nm) <1 <1 <1
• Minimum side mode suppression 30dB 30dB FFS
ratio
• Minimum extinction ratio 6dB 8.2dB 9dB

Main optical path, MPI-S to MPI-R


Attenuation range
• Maximum 4dB 11dB 21dB
• Minimum 0dB 3dB 11dB
Maximum chromatic dispersion
• Maximum 6.6 ps/nm 800ps/nm 1600ps/nm
• Minimum NA NA NA
Maximum DGD 30ps 30ps 30ps
Minimum ORL of cable plant at MPI-S, 14dB 24dB 24dB
including any connectors
Maximum discrete reflectance -27dB -27dB -27dB
between MPI-S & MPI-R
Receiver at reference point MPI-R
Minimum sensitivity -13dBm -16dBm -24.5dBm
Minimum overload -1dBm -1dBm -7dBm
Maximum optical path penalty 1dB 2dB 2dB
Maximum reflectance of -14dB -27dB -27dB
receivers measured at MPI-R
FFS: For Further Study
NA: Not applicable

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Table 7.2 STM-16 Optical Interface Parameters


Digital signal STM-16 according to ITU-T G.707
Nominal bit rate 2488.320Mbit/s
Application code Intra-office Short-haul Long-haul
(ITU-T Table 1/G.957, and I-16 S-16.1 S-16.2 L-16.1 L-16.2
G.691)
Operating wavelength range 1266-1360 1260-1360 1430-1580 1280-1335 1500-1580
Transmitter at reference point S
Source type MLM SLM SLM SLM-LD SLM-LD
Special characteristics
• Maximum RMS width 4 FFS FFS FFS FFS
• Maximum -20dB width FFS 1nm 1nm 1nm < 1nm
• Minimum side mode FFS 30dB 30dB 30dB 30dB
suppression ratio
Mean launched power
• Maximum -3dBm 0dBm 0dBm 3dBm 3dBm
• Minimum -10dBm -5dBm -5dBm -2dBm -2dBm
Minimum extinction ratio 8.2dB 8.2dB 8.2dB 8.2dB 8.2dB

Optical path between S and R


Attenuation range 0-7dB 0-12dB 0-12dB 12-24dB 12-24dB
Maximum dispersion 12ps/nm NA NA NA 1600ps/nm
Minimum optical return loss of 24dB 24dB 24dB 24dB 24dB
cable plant at S, including any
connectors
Maximum discrete reflectance -27dB -27dB -27dB -27dB -27dB
between S & R

Receiver at reference point R


Minimum sensitivity -20dBm -20dBm -20dBm -29dBm -30dBm
Minimum overload -3dBm 0dBm 0dBm -9dBm -9dBm
Maximum optical path penalty 1dB 1dB 1dB 1dB 2dB
Maximum reflectance of -27dB -27dB -27dB -27dB -27dB
receivers measured at R

FFS: For Further Study


NA: Not applicable

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Table 7.3 STM-1 Optical Interface Parameters


Digital signal STM-1 according to ITU-T G.707
Nominal bit rate 155.520Mbit/s
Application code Short-haul Long-haul Long-haul
(ITU-T Table 1/G.957) S-1.1 L-1.1 L-1.2
Operating wavelength range 1261-1360nm 1263-1360nm 1480-1580nm
Transmitter at reference point S
Source type MLM-LD MLM-LD SLM-LD
Special characteristics
• Maximum RMS width 7.7nm 3nm FFS
• Maximum -20dB width FFS FFS 1nm(SLM)
• Minimum side mode suppression ratio FFS FFS 30dB(SLM)
Mean launched power
• Maximum -8dBm 0dBm 0dBm
• Minimum -15dBm -5dBm -5dBm
Minimum extinction ratio 8.2dB 10dB 10dB

Optical path between S and R


Attenuation range 0-15dB 10-28dB 10-28dB
Maximum dispersion 96ps/nm 246ps/nm N/A
Minimum optical return loss of cable plant at S, NA NA 20dB
including any connectors.
Maximum discrete reflectance between S & R NA NA -25dB

Receiver at reference point R


Minimum sensitivity -33dBm -36dBm -36dBm
Minimum overload -8dBm -10dBm -10dBm
Maximum optical path penalty 1dB 1dB 1dB
Maximum reflectance of receivers measured at R NA NA -25dB

FFS: For Further Study


NA: Not applicable

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Table 7.4 DWDM Module Parameters


Parameter Value
Channel spacing 100GHz
Channel number 4
Operating wavelength 1528 ~ 1563 nm
Center channel 1543.73 nm, 1550.12 nm, 1553.33 nm, 1559.79 nm
Pass bandwidth λ ITU-T ± 0.11 nm
Channel insertion loss ≤ 2.5 dB
Ripple over pass band ≤ 0.5 dB
Adjacent channel isolation ≥ 28 dB
Non-adjacent channel isolation ≥ 45 dB
Insertion loss thermal stability ≤ 0.007 dB/℃
Wavelength thermal stability ≤ 0.002 nm/℃
Splitter ratio 95:5
PD sensitivity ≥0.85 A/W
PD dark current @23oC Vr 5V ≤ 1 nA
Dynamic power range -40 to +0 dBm
Return loss ≥ 45 dB
Directivity ≥ 55 dB
PDL ≤ 0.20 dB
PMD ≤ 0.20 PS
Power Handling 500 mW

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Table 7.5 DWDM Optical Interface Parameters


Item Unit Value
Standard bit rate Kbit/s STM-64 9,953,280
Application code Ch.22 Ch.30 Ch.34 Ch.42
Operating wavelength range nm 1559.79 1553.33 1550.12 1543.73
Transmitter at Maximum mean launched power dBm +4 +4 +4 +4
reference point Minimum mean launched power dBm 0 0 0 0
MPI-S Maximum -20 dB spectral width Nm <1 <1 <1 <1
Optical source chirp Rad * * * *
Maximum power spectrum density mW/MHz * * * *
Minimum side mode suppression ratio dB * * * *
Minimum extinction ratio dB 9 9 9 9
Main optical Maximum attenuation range dB 21 21 21 21
path, MPI-S to Minimum attenuation range dB 11 11 11 11
MPI-R Maximum chromatic dispersion Ps/nm 1600 1600 1600 1600
Minimum chromatic dispersion Ps/nm NA NA NA NA
Maximum passive dispersion Ps/nm NA NA NA NA
compensation
Minimum passive dispersion Ps/nm NA NA NA NA
compensation
Maximum DGD ps 30 30 30 30
Minimum optical return loss of cable dB 24 24 24 24
plant at MPI-S, including any connectors
Maximum discrete reflectance between dB -27 -27 -27 -27
MPI-S and MPI-R
Receiver at Minimum sensitivity (BOL) dBm -24.5 -24.5 -24.5 -24.5
reference point (BER ≤ 10-12)
MPI-R Minimum overload dBm -7 -7 -7 -7
Maximum optical path penalty dB 2 2 2 2
Maximum reflectance of receiver, dB -27 -27 -27 -27
measured at MPI-R
The symbol * indicates to be further studied.
NA indicates this item is not required.
The value in the list are the begin of life (BOL) values of system design.

Note: This document describes the NEC standard equipment. If there is any conflict between this document and
the system description and/or the compliance statement, the latter will supersede this document. The
specifications or configuration contained in this document are subject to change without notice due to NEC’s
continuing design improvement.

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