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04 24/05/2006 00000 33339 P.Garofoli E.

Corradini
03 2/02/2006 00000 29170 P.Garofoli E.Corradini
02 28/10/2005 00000 23751 A.Bestetti
01 29/04/2005 A.Bestetti P.Robert
ED DATE CHANGE NOTE APPRAISAL AUTHORITY ORIGINATOR

9400 AWY R.2.0.
Short-haul low/medium capacity
Digital microwave radio links
Line-Up Guide

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Short-haul low/medium capacity
Digital microwave radio links
Line-up Guide
9400 AWY R.2.0



























TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. HANDBOOK GUIDE.................................................................................................................................6
1.1. Copyright notification.............................................................................................................................6
1.2. Notice....................................................................................................................................................6
1.3. 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Customer Documentation set..................................................................................6
1.4. Additional feature and SWP-version relationship..................................................................................7
1.5. Warning and safety instructions............................................................................................................8
1.6. Cautions to avoid equipment damage.................................................................................................10
1.7. Handbook history, scope and related documents...............................................................................11
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT ....................................................................................12
3. CONFIGURATIONS................................................................................................................................13
3.1. Unprotected configuration...................................................................................................................13
3.2. Protected configuration.......................................................................................................................14
4. PANEL AND CONNECTION DESCRIPTIONS (IDU & ODU) ................................................................16
4.1. IDU Main Unit front and rear views and access points .......................................................................16
4.1.1. IDU Main Unit LEDs summary....................................................................................................18
4.2. IDU Extension Unit front and rear views and access points...............................................................21
4.2.1. IDU Extension Unit LEDs summary............................................................................................22
4.3. Flash Card...........................................................................................................................................23
4.3.1. General.......................................................................................................................................23
4.3.2. Flash Card identification.............................................................................................................23
4.4. Interconnections between main IDU and extension IDU ....................................................................24
4.5. Main IDU and Extension IDU power and ground connection..............................................................25
4.6. Outdoor Unit (ODU).............................................................................................................................26
5. COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE FOR A RADIO LINK ........................................................................28
5.1. Introduction..........................................................................................................................................28
5.2. Summary of the commissioning phases .............................................................................................29
5.3. Hardware (HW) Presetting..................................................................................................................30
5.4. Software environment.........................................................................................................................30
6. COMMISSIONING STATION A - PHASE 1 (TURN UP) ........................................................................31
6.1. Turn-on preliminary operations ...........................................................................................................31
6.2. Powering up the IDU(s).......................................................................................................................32
6.3. Starting the Craft Terminal ..................................................................................................................33
6.4. Quick configuration Procedure............................................................................................................36
6.5. Complementary configurations: ..........................................................................................................55
6.5.1. Engineering Service Data channel configuration.......................................................................55
6.5.2. Phone number setting................................................................................................................55
6.6. Powering UP the IDU(s) with the ODU(s) ...........................................................................................56
6.6.1. Verify ODU(s) alarm status.........................................................................................................56
6.6.2. Transmitter power output check.................................................................................................57
6.6.3. Received power measurement...................................................................................................58
7. COMMISSIONING STATION B - PHASE 1 (TURN UP) ........................................................................60
8. END OF COMMISSIONING PHASE 1 (TURN UP) IN STATION A.......................................................61
8.1. Remote NE (station B) acquisition on craft terminal ...........................................................................61
8.2. Testing configurations for hop quality check.......................................................................................63
9. COMMISSIONNING STATION A - PHASE 2 (ACCEPTANCE TEST) ..................................................64
9.1. System Installation and cabling visual inspection...............................................................................64
9.1.1. Indoor System installation and cabling inspection......................................................................64
9.1.2. Outdoor System installation and cabling inspection...................................................................64
9.2. Local configuration control ..................................................................................................................64
9.2.1. Check software key code ...........................................................................................................64
9.2.2. Check/set the NE parameters and frame Configuration.............................................................65
9.2.3. Check/set E1 tributaries configuration........................................................................................66
9.2.4. Check/set the DS1 line parameters............................................................................................66
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9.2.5. Check/set User Ethernet interface parameters (Optional)......................................................... 67
9.2.6. Check/set the automatic restoration criteria (only 1+1) ............................................................. 68
9.2.7. Check/set the Rx static delay configuration for radio protection (1+1 only)............................... 69
9.2.8. Check/set TX and RX frequencies............................................................................................. 70
9.2.9. Check/set TX power (ATPC Off ) or Tx range and Rx threshold (ATPC On) ............................ 72
9.2.10. Check/set the User data channel type and the station phone number...................................... 73
9.2.11. Check/set the local NE IP address............................................................................................. 74
9.2.12. Check/set OSPF Area Configuration......................................................................................... 74
9.2.13. Check/set the NMS IP point to point interface configuration..................................................... 75
9.2.14. Check/set the Ethernet access (OS) configuration.................................................................... 76
9.2.15. Check/set IP static routing configuration.................................................................................... 77
9.3. Channel 1 functionality tests (1+0 and 1+1)....................................................................................... 78
9.3.1. Channel protection switching configuration (1+1 only) ............................................................. 80
9.3.2. Near End Loop back functionality.............................................................................................. 81
9.3.3. Far End Loop back functionality................................................................................................. 83
9.3.4. Tributary functionality test.......................................................................................................... 84
9.3.5. Service data channel functionality test....................................................................................... 86
9.3.6. Ethernet Data channel (optional) functionality test .................................................................... 87
9.3.7. Ptx and Prx measurement.......................................................................................................... 88
9.3.8. Inside hop Engineering Order Wire functionality test................................................................. 90
9.4. Channel 0 functionality tests (1+1 only).............................................................................................. 91
9.4.1. Channel protection switching configuration............................................................................... 91
9.4.2. Near End Loop back functionality.............................................................................................. 92
9.4.3. Far End Loop back functionality................................................................................................. 92
9.4.4. Tributary functionality test.......................................................................................................... 92
9.4.5. Service data channel functionality test....................................................................................... 92
9.4.6. Ethernet Data channel (optional) functionality test .................................................................... 92
9.4.7. Ptx and Prx measurement.......................................................................................................... 92
9.4.8. Inside hop Engineering Order Wire functionality test................................................................. 92
9.5. Hop stability test.................................................................................................................................. 93
9.6. NE integration tests............................................................................................................................. 94
9.6.1. NMS Radio side acquisition....................................................................................................... 94
9.6.2. NMS Line side acquisition (if foreseen in the plant documentation).......................................... 94
9.6.3. EOW line side call (if foreseen in the plant documentation) ...................................................... 97
9.6.4. Housekeeping alarms setting and testing (if foreseen in the plant documentation) .................. 98
10. COMMISSIONING STATION B - PHASE 2 (ACCEPTANCE TEST) .................................................. 100
END OF COMMISSIONNING ACCEPTANCE TEST ................................................................................... 100
ANNEXES............................................................................................................................................... 101
ANNEX A ANTENNA ALIGNMENT ......................................................................................................... 101
A.1. Pole mounting structure and tuning.................................................................................................. 101
A.1.1. Vertical alignment..................................................................................................................... 101
A.1.2. Horizontal alignment................................................................................................................. 103
A.2. Light service kit cable operative information..................................................................................... 104
ANNEX B MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (TROUBLESHOOTING AND UNIT REPLACEMENT) ..... 105
B.1. Craft Terminal alarm and status indications ..................................................................................... 106
END OF DOCUMENT.................................................................................................................................... 108

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LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES
Figures

Figure 1 - Antistatic protection device kit .........................................................................................................10
Figure 2 - 9400 AWY general description........................................................................................................12
Figure 3 - 9400 AWY (1+0) with integrated antenna........................................................................................13
Figure 4 - 9400 AWY (1+1) IDU.......................................................................................................................14
Figure 5 - Possible configurations of ODU (1+1) .............................................................................................15
Figure 6 - IDU Main Unit front and rear views..................................................................................................16
Figure 7 - LEDs on the IDU Main Unit front panel............................................................................................18
Figure 8 - IDU Extension Unit front and rear views..........................................................................................21
Figure 9 - LEDs on the IDU Extension Unit front panel ...................................................................................22
Figure 10 - FLASH CARD profile and insertion direction.................................................................................23
Figure 11 - Main & Extension IDUs interconnections ......................................................................................24
Figure 12 - Power supply connection...............................................................................................................25
Figure 13 13/38 GHz ODU views..................................................................................................................26
Figure 14 7/8 GHz ODU views......................................................................................................................27
Figure 15 - Relative positions of stations A and B...........................................................................................28
Figure 16 - Network Element Synthesis Window.............................................................................................33
Figure 17 - NES window supervision started.................................................................................................33
Figure 18 - Login screen..................................................................................................................................34
Figure 19 - Equipment view..............................................................................................................................35
Figure 20 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NE Configuration (Step 1)..........................................................37
Figure 21 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Frame Configuration (Step 2).....................................................38
Figure 22 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Tributaries Configuration (Step 3)..............................................40
Figure 23 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Tributaries Configuration (Step 4)..............................................42
Figure 24 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Channels Configuration (Step 5 in Rel. 2.0.0) ...........................43
Figure 25 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Channels Configuration (Step 5 from Rel. 2.0.1).......................44
Figure 26 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Local IP Address (Step 6) ..........................................................46
Figure 27 - Quick Configuration Procedure: OSPF Area Configuration (Step 7).............................................47
Figure 28 - Quick Configuration Procedure: IP Static Router Configuration (Step 8)......................................48
Figure 29 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Default Gateway Routing configuration (Step 8) .......................49
Figure 30 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSRF Interface Configuration (Step 9).................................50
Figure 31 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSV11 Interface Configuration (Step 10) .............................51
Figure 32 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSG703 Interface Configuration (Step 11)...........................52
Figure 33 - Quick Installation Procedure: Ethernet Configuration (Step 12)....................................................53
Figure 34 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Summary (Step 13) ....................................................................54
Figure 35 - Service data channel and phone number setting..........................................................................55
Figure 36 - ODU(s) alarm status......................................................................................................................56
Figure 37 - Transmit power check....................................................................................................................57
Figure 38 - Received power check...................................................................................................................58
Figure 39 - Received power details..................................................................................................................59
Figure 40 - NES window local NE....................................................................................................................61
Figure 41 - Create NE in the CT map..............................................................................................................62
Figure 42 - NMS Radio side Remote NE acquisition.......................................................................................62
Figure 43 - Test bench for tributary quality test................................................................................................63
Figure 44 - Test bench for User service channel quality test...........................................................................63
Figure 45 - Software Key code view................................................................................................................64
Figure 46 - NE parameters and Frame configuration view..............................................................................65
Figure 47 - E1 tributary configuration view.......................................................................................................66
Figure 48 - Automatic restoration criteria configuration view...........................................................................67
Figure 49 - Automatic restoration criteria configuration view...........................................................................68
Figure 50 - Rx Static delay configuration view.................................................................................................69
Figure 51 - Tx and Rx frequencies configuration view.....................................................................................70
Figure 52 - Not standard frequency arrangement............................................................................................71
Figure 53 - ATPC mode configuration view.....................................................................................................72
Figure 54 - Overhead configuration view.........................................................................................................73
Figure 55 - Local IP address configuration view..............................................................................................74
Figure 56 - OSPF configuration view...............................................................................................................74
Figure 57 - NMS IP point to point configuration view.......................................................................................75
Figure 58 - (OS) Ethernet access configuration view......................................................................................76
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Figure 59 - IP static routing configuration view................................................................................................ 77
Figure 60 1+0 Summary block diagram view............................................................................................... 78
Figure 61 1+1 Summary block diagram view............................................................................................... 79
Figure 62 - Channel 0 lockout mode................................................................................................................ 80
Figure 63 - Near End loopbacks points ........................................................................................................... 81
Figure 64 - loopback control in the CT............................................................................................................. 82
Figure 65 - Far End loopback point ................................................................................................................. 83
Figure 66 - Test bench for tributary functionality check (1+1 additional material in dotted line) ..................... 84
Figure 67 - Tributary alarm status monitoring.................................................................................................. 85
Figure 68 - Test bench for User Service Channel functionality check (1+1 extra material in dotted line)....... 86
Figure 69 - Test bench for Optional Ethernet Data Channel functionality....................................................... 87
Figure 70 - Power measurement view............................................................................................................. 88
Figure 71 - TX and RX power details view...................................................................................................... 89
Figure 72 - Engineering order wire organisation.............................................................................................. 90
Figure 73 - Channel 1 forced mode................................................................................................................. 91
Figure 74 - Test bench for hop stability test (1+1 additional material in dotted line)....................................... 93
Figure 75 - Test bench for NMS Line side acquisition..................................................................................... 94
Figure 76 - NES window local NE.................................................................................................................... 95
Figure 77 - Create NMS Line side NE in the CT map..................................................................................... 95
Figure 78 - NMS Line side NE monitoring in the CT map............................................................................... 96
Figure 79 - Test bench for EOW line side functionality test............................................................................. 97
Figure 80 - Input housekeeping external alarm configuration......................................................................... 98
Figure 81 - Output housekeeping equipment alarm configuration................................................................... 99
Figure 82 Stretching screw (3CC14292AAAA).......................................................................................... 101
Figure 83 - Integrate pole mounting screws for Vertical alignment............................................................... 101
Figure 84 - Integrated pole mounting screws for Horizontal alignment......................................................... 103
Figure 85 Light service kit cable................................................................................................................. 104

Tables

Table 1 - Outdoor 1+1 protected configurations.............................................................................................. 14
Table 2 - IDU Main Unit external interfaces and access points....................................................................... 16
Table 3 - IDU Extension Unit external interfaces and access points............................................................... 21
Table 4 - Test and commissioning instruments............................................................................................... 29
Table 5 - Markets, capacity and modulations.................................................................................................. 39
Table 6 - Craft Terminal alarms and status indications ................................................................................. 106
Table 7 - Craft Terminal general alarms description and probable causes................................................... 107



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1. HANDBOOK GUIDE
1.1. Copyright notification
The technical information of this manual is property of ALCATEL and must not be copied, reproduced or
disclosed to a third party without written consent.
1.2. Notice
The product specification and/or performance levels contained in this document are for information purposes
only and are subject to change without notice. They do not represent any obligation on the part of ALCATEL.
1.3. 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Customer Documentation set
The standard Customer Documentation for 9400AWY Rel.2.0 is in the English language and is distributed to
Customers only by the following CD-ROM:

CD-ROM Technical Description Technical Code Commercial Code
DCP 9400AWY 2.0 CD_ROM 3DB 06687 AAAA 3EJ 14535 AAAA

It contains, in electronic format (ADOBE ACROBAT pdf files), the following handbooks:
- 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Line-up Guide (this handbook)
Provides information regarding equipment line up and commissioning, according to Alcatel WTD LAB.
rules.
- 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Installation Handbook
Provides information regarding equipment hardware installation, according to Alcatel WTD LAB. rules.
- 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Technical Handbook
Provides detailed information regarding 9400AWY equipment description, composition and
provisioning, station layouts, item technical and commercial codes, and maintenance procedures.
- 9400AWY Rel.2.0 SWP 2.0 CT Operators Handbook
Provides 9400AWY SWP screens and operational procedures for equipment SW management and
maintenance.
- Interference investigation procedure
Describes the measurement procedure for the interference searching in the various RF bands used by
Alcatel Radio Transmission products. It is common to all Alcatel Radio Transmission products.
For further information regarding 9400AWY Rel.2.0 Customer Documentation set, please refer to the
document Customer Documentation set description and CD-ROM history accessible from the CD-ROM
MAIN MENU.
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1.4. Additional feature and SWP-version relationship

This handbook is associated to SWP 9400AWY Rel.2.0.x, taking into account all system features that are
made available by first SWP version V2.0.0, as well as by successive SWP releases-versions. This table
sums-up the major additional features (mainly related to new HW items and relevant performance) that
are available starting from a certain SWP-version successive to first SWP version V2.0.0.

Additional feature Available from
SWP-version
New 48/60V and 24V PSU ETSI IDU Main and Extension units, with different
3DB xxxxx AX** P/N ( with X >A )
(refer to Technical Handbook for details)
mandatory from
V2.0.1
7-8 GHz ODUs (new 9470AWY product) N.B.
Frequency shifter management
Login procedure with username +password & Profiles management
New full-range (24-60V) IDU Main and Extension units N.B.
V2.0.2
ANSI version (DS1/DS3) interfaces and relevant ANSI IDU Main and Extension
units and Plug-Ins N.B.
ANSI version ODUs N.B.
New 1338 GHz ODUs with variable shifter N.B.
New Incompatible PTX alarm
New EPSlockout behavior
New Alarm Severity management
(refer to Technical Handbook from ED.04 for details)
Removed functionality restrictions of the Remote Craft Terminal in OSPF Stub
areas (refer to Quick Configuration procedure on page 47)
Possibility of configuring a Default Gateway Routing (refer to Quick Configuration
procedure on page 49)
V2.0.3


N.B. the claimed item management must be meant from SWP-version point of view, independently from
actual availability of related HW items. Refer to Technical Handbook for details.
WARNING Ed.04 of this handbook is validated in conjunction with SWP versions V2.0.0 to V2.0.3
only. Information relevant to SWP versions > V2.0.3, if any, must be considered
preliminary, subject to change and without any obligation on the part of ALCATEL.


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1.5. Warning and safety instructions
ALCATEL makes no warranty of any kind with regards to this manual, and specifically disclaims the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. ALCATEL will not be liable for errors
contained herein or for damages, whether direct, indirect, consequential, incidental, or special, in connection
with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
EMF SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Equipment emitting RF power (Reminder from site preparation procedure):
- The site must be compliant with ICNIRP guidelines or local regulation if more restrictive.
- The following rules should be strictly applied by Customer:
- Non authorized persons should not enter the compliance boundaries, if any, for the general public.
- Compliance RF boundaries, if any, related to Electro Magnetic Field exposure must be marked.
- Workers should be allowed to switch-off the power if they have to operate inside compliance
boundaries.
- Assure good cable connection.
- Install the antenna as high as possible from floor or area with public access (if possible the
cylinder delimitating the compliance boundaries, if any, or the cylinder corresponding to the
transmission area directly in front of antenna with the same diameter as the antenna, more than 2
meters high).
- Install the antenna as far as possible from other existing equipment emitting RF power.
Anyway remind that someone standing in front of the 9400AWY antenna may cause traffic shutdown
Place the relevant stickers:


EMF emission
warning sign

On the site when applicable (when people can cross the compliance boundaries
and/or the transmission area of the antenna, i.e. roof top installation)
- Warning label Do not stand on the antenna axis

On the mast (front side)
- EMF emission warning sign (Yellow and black) to be placed at bottom of antenna,
visible by someone moving in front of the antenna (roof top installation)

On the antenna (rear side)
- EMF emission warning sign, placed on the antenna.

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Compliance boundaries for 9400AWY Rel.2.0 transceivers with 1ft (30 cm) antenna:
A
B


Compliance boundaries
System Modulation Worst Configuration A (m) B (m)
9413 AWY Rel 2.0 4 QAM
1+0 with integrated antenna
(13 GHz 1ft. SP integrated antenna)
0,4 2,63
9415 AWY Rel 2.0 4 QAM
1+0 with integrated antenna
(15 GHz 1ft. SP integrated antenna)
0,4 0,55
9418 AWY Rel 2.0 4 QAM
1+0 with integrated antenna
(18 GHz 1ft. SP integrated antenna)
0,4 0,71


Antenna configurations:
a ) 1+0 with 1ft. integrated antenna
b ) 1+1 HSB with coupler and 1ft. integrated antenna
c ) Configuration with separated 1ft. antenna

For other Warning and safety instructions, please refer to Appendix SafetyEMC
ESD norms and equipment labeling of the Technical Handbook


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1.6. Cautions to avoid equipment damage
a ) Unit assemblies
Each of the IDU MAIN UNIT and IDU EXTENSION UNIT is assembled inside its own box and must be
considered an unique item from the service and maintenance points of view. Such an assembly is
supplied by Alcatel as it is and must never be disassembled, with the exception of plug-in
installation (described in the Technical Handbook).
b ) Antistatic protection device kit
Whenever is necessary to handle spare parts and boards out of their own box, this kit must be always
warn and its termination must be connected to a grounded structure, to avoid the possible damage of
the electronic devices for electrostatic discharges.
ELASTICIZED BAND
COILED CORD
Figure 1 - Antistatic protection device kit
c ) Screw fixing
In normal operation conditions, all screws (for unit box closing, cable fixing, etc.) must be always
tightened to avoid item detachment and to ensure the equipment EMI-EMC performance.
The screw tightening torque must be:
2.8 kg x cm (0.28 Newton x m) +/- 10 %
2.4317 in lb (0.2026 ft lb) +/- 10 %
Exceeding this value may result in screw breaking.
d ) IDU-ODU cable disconnection / connection
Before to disconnect or connect the IDU-ODU cable (at IDU or ODU side) switch off the corresponding
IDU Main Unit or IDU Extension Unit.
e ) Craft Terminal connection
To connect the CT cable (at IDU Main Units F or OS Ethernet interface and/or PC side):
verify that the PC is switched off (if switched on, close all running applications, then switch off it)
connect suitable cable to IDU Main Units F or OS Ethernet interface and PC side
now the PC can be safely switched on.
f ) Craft Terminal disconnection
To disconnect the CT cable (at IDU Main Units F or OS Ethernet interface and/or PC side):
perform the logoff, exiting from the CT applications
close all other running applications, if any
switch off the PC
now the cable can be safely disconnected.
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1.7. Handbook history, scope and related documents

ED DATE COMMENTS
01 15/04/2005 First Edition for R2.0.0
02 28/10/2005 Second Edition for R2.0.0 to R.2.0.1
03 02/02/2006 Third Edition for R2.0.0 to R.2.0.2, and corrections.


04 24/05/2006
Draft editions neither validated nor officially released issue, for internal
validation purposes:
28/04/2006 : ED04A First draft edition
12/05/2006 : ED04B Second draft edition
Fourth Edition for R2.0.0 to R.2.0.3, and corrections. Red revision bars point
out main changes with respect to ED.03



The scope of this document is to provide the user with the information needed to connect power on, and
perform a minimum turn-up of an equipment of the 9400 AWY family.
It is composed of two independent parts:
Line Up instructions (this part)
Test Result Sheets
It is assumed that the mechanical installation of the INDOOR and OUTDOOR units is completed and the
antennas are installed and pre-positioned. Moreover, the IF cable has been allocated but not connected to
the IDU. Any information needed to complete the above mentioned operations are out of the scope of this
document. For this purpose refer to the Installation Handbook.
All the cables and measurement kits as described in the following are supposed to be available.
The Alcatel Software package 9400AWY R.2.0 V.2.0.x must already be installed in the PC used as the Craft
Terminal (CT) and the software already downloaded in the equipment. For this purpose refer to section
INSTALLATION of the CT Operators Handbook.
Moreover, take into account that this handbook does not contain following bits of information:
Equipment Technical characteristics, that you can find in the Technical Handbook
P/Ns of equipment items (with possible few exceptions, when necessary), that you can find in the Technical
Handbook and in the Installation Handbook
To easily find such information, or any other information you may need (and that is not included in this
handbook), please refer to the document Documentation Quick Guide accessible from the CD-ROM MAIN
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2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT

The 9400 AWY is a family of digital Point to Point microwave radio systems covering the frequency range
from 13 GHz to 38 GHz, consisting of an Indoor Unit (IDU) providing the baseband processing and
tributaries interfaces as well as service channel and supervision, and an Outdoor Unit (ODU)
IDU and ODU are connected with a single standard coaxial cable (up to 300 meters / 985 ft) carrying the
main traffic, the remote power supply voltage for the ODU and auxiliary information.
The ODU (one or two depending on the configuration 1+0 or 1+1) incorporates the complete RF
transceiver and can be associated with an integrated 30 cm, 60 cm, 90 cm or 120 cm (1, 2, 3 or 4 ft)
antenna or separate antenna, if a larger diameter is needed. The ODU is capacityindependent and
consists of a single cabinet (size and weight independent on frequency) with a solar shield. The pole
mounting is the same for 1+0 or 1+1 configurations from 7/8 to 38 GHz.



2x2 to 16x2 Mb/s
34 Mb/s
300 m 300 m
IDU
ODU ODU
IDU
2x2 to 16x2 Mb/s
34 Mb/s
4x1,5 to 16x1,5 Mb/s
45 Mb/s
4x1,5 to 16x1,5 Mb/s
45 Mb/s

Figure 2 - 9400 AWY general description


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3. CONFIGURATIONS
3.1. Unprotected configuration
The Alcatel 9400 AWY unprotected (1+0) radio terminal is made up of the following elements:

One Main Indoor Unit (Main IDU) incorporating the baseband processing and offering tributaries
interfaces as well as service channel and supervision. The IDU is frequency independent (same unit
from 7/8 up to 38 GHz).
One Outdoor Unit (ODU) incorporating the complete RF transceiver and an integrated or separated
antenna. The ODU is capacity independent.

One integrated or non-integrated antenna


Antenna
IDU
IDU-ODU cable
ODU
NE
ULS
MAIN SHELF
IDU Ch#1
ODU Ch#1
9400AWY R.2.0 (1+0) SPLIT-MOUNT SYSTEM





Figure 3 - 9400 AWY (1+0) with integrated antenna




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3.2. Protected configuration
The Alcatel 9400 AWY protected (1+1) radio terminal is basically made up of the following elements:
One MAIN IDU
One EXTENSION IDU
One MAIN ODU
One SPARE ODU
Various Outdoor protected configurations are available:

1+1 Protected
Configuration

ODU

ODU COUPLER ANTENNA
1+1 HSB 2 x ODUs 1/10 dB asymmetric 1 x antenna single polar
1+1 HSB SD 2 x ODUs NO 2 x antenna single polar
1+1 FD AP 2 x ODUs NO 1 x antenna double polar
1+1 FD DA 2 x ODUs NO
2 x antennas single polar in AP
configuration (same or crossed
polarization)

Table 1 - Outdoor 1+1 protected configurations
Note:

HSB =Hot StandBy
FD =Frequency diversity
AP =Alternate polar
DA =Dual antenna
For more details on configurations refer to the Technical Handbook.
IDU
ODU
NE
ULS
IDU-ODU cables
EXTENSION SHELF
IDU Ch#0
9400AWY R.2.0 (1+1) SPLIT-MOUNT SYSTEM
MAIN SHELF
IDU Ch#1
for possible ODU (1+1)
configurations
see next Figure

Figure 4 - 9400 AWY (1+1) IDU


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Antenna CH 0
ODU CH 0
Antenna CH 1
ODU CH 1
to IDU MAIN UNIT to IDU EXTENSION UNIT
ODU (1+1) HSB-SD or FD-DA AP with two antennas


ANTENNA
ODU CH 0
ODU CH 1
to IDU MAIN UNIT to IDU EXTENSION UNIT
COUPLER


ODU (1+1) HSB with one antenna)

NOTE: this drawing is an example referred to the coupler used
in 13-38 GHz configurations.
Couplers used in 7-8 GHz configurations are shown in
Technical Handbook (from ED.04)


Double Polar Antenna
ODU CH 0 ODU CH 1
to IDU MAIN UNIT
to IDU EXTENSION UNIT
ODU (1+1) FD-AP with one double polar external antenna


Figure 5 - Possible configurations of ODU (1+1)

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4. PANEL AND CONNECTION DESCRIPTIONS (IDU & ODU)

4.1. IDU Main Unit front and rear views and access points
1 2
8
4
6
3
5
7
9
10 11
12 A
13 14
15
16
17
18
19
C
20
B

Figure 6 - IDU Main Unit front and rear views

Table 2 - IDU Main Unit external interfaces and access points

Ref.
Figure 6
Connector or item detail Interface / Explanation Details
(1) SubD 3 Male Station Battery input
N.B.
(2)
ON/OFF switch: general
power supply switch
I ON
O OFF
(3)
connector for 100 pin SCSI
flat cable (used only in 1+1
configurations)
no pin usage by
Customer
according to equipped plug-in (if any):

when no plug-in equipped,
the slot is closed by a metal
plate (inside the panel rear
side)
metal plate is
mandatory to ensure
EMI-EMC
performance
when 9-16 E1/DS1 plug-in
is equipped
N.B.
when E3/DS3 plug-in
is equipped
N.B.
(4)
when Ethernet plug-in
is equipped
N.B.
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.... Table 2 continues
Ref.
Figure 6
Connector or item detail Interface / Explanation Details
(5) SubD 15 Female Alarms - Housekeeping
N.B.
(6) SubD 15 Female NMS V.11 +Audio 1
N.B.
(7) N 50 ohm for IDU-ODU cable N.B.
(8)
Alarm attending pushbutton:
this pushbutton turns OFF
LEDs MAJ /MIN and turns ON
yellow LED ATTD
N.B.
(9) Lamp Test pushbutton
it allows to HW test
the LEDs of the unit
(10)
Equipment Controller
Reset pushbutton
N.B.
(11) EOW telephone RJ 11 N.B.
(12) OS (or ECT) 10/100BaseT N.B.
(13)
Debug RJ 45 for
Factory use only

(14) SubD 9 Female ECT - RS232
N.B.
(15) SubD 37 Female 1-8 E1/DS1
N.B.
(16) SubD 15 Female User Service Channels
N.B.
(17) SubD 15 Female NMS G.703 +Audio 2
N.B.
(18) - LEDs
para.4.1.1
on page 18
(19) +(20)
(A)
Flash Card
para.4.3
on page 23
(B) label Data Matrix codification for factory use
(C) label unit identification N.B.

N.B. for connector pinout and additional information refer to the Technical Handbook.


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4.1.1. IDU Main Unit LEDs summary
Eight LEDs are present on the front panel of the IDU Main Unit (position (18) in Figure 6 on page 16):

GREEN
GREEN YELLOW
RED
RED
RED
RED
YELLOW
GREEN


1) ON =Power ON (green)
2) RDI =Remote Defect Indication (red)
3) MIN =Minor Alarm (red)
4) EOW =Engineering Order Wire (bicolor: yellow if busy; green if free)
5) ODU W =ODU Working (green)
6) ATTD =Attended (yellow)
7) MAJ =Major Alarm (red)
8) LDI =Local Defect Indication (red)
Figure 7 - LEDs on the IDU Main Unit front panel

[1] ON - This green LED is ON when the Station Battery is connected, the ON/OFF switch is ON, and the
internal DC/DC is working properly.
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[2] RDI - The Remote Defect Indication is a local indication of the Remote Equipment Failure alarms
requiring consequent operator intervention. It is transmitted from the remote station to the local via the
aggregate radio frame. RDI is formed in the remote station by the following roots :

Alarm root configuration

1+0 1+1
Loss of Signal of PDH Tributaries (E1, DS1, E3, DS3) x x
Data plug-in Card Fail x x
Data plug-in Card Missing x x
E1/DS1 plug-in Card Fail x x
E1/DS1 plug-in Card Missing x x
E3/DS3 plug-in Card Fail x x
E3/DS3 plug-in Card Missing x x
Cable Loss IDU (for both ODUs) x
Main Card Fail x x
Extension Card Fail x
Extension Card missing x
ODU Card Fail x
ODU Card Fail (for both ODUs) x
Transmission Function Failure (TxFail) x
Transmission Function Failure (TxFail, for both ODUs) x
Receiving Function Failure (RxFail) x
Receiving Function Failure (RxFail, for both ODUs) x
Provisioned Frequency incompatible with actual HW x
Provisioned Frequency incompatible with actual HW (for both ODUs) x
Provisioned TX Power incompatible with actual HW x
Provisioned TX Power incompatible with actual HW (for both ODUs) x



[3] MIN - Minor Alarm is the sum of the alarms to which the customer associates Low Severity weight
through CT

[4] EOW - This LED refers to the use of the EOW. Refer to the Technical Handbook for details.

[5] ODUW - The ODUW led ON identifies ODU TX activity.
It is OFF in case of:
IDU-ODU Cable Loss alarm
Mute function activated
K_TPS command switching-off related ODU in 1+1 HSB configuration

[6] ATTD - The attended LED is ON when the acknowledgement button has been pushed

[7] MAJ - Major Alarm is the sum of the alarms to which the customer associates High Severity (MAJ OR
and CRITICAL) weight by CT

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[8] LDI - The Local Defect Indication (LDI) has the purpose to show Local Equipment Failure requiring
consequent actions by operators. The LDI roots are:
Loss of Signal of PDH Tributaries (E1, DS1, E3, DS3)
Cable Loss IDU
Data plug-in Card Fail
Data plug-in Card Missing
E1/DS1 plug-in Card Fail
E1/DS1 plug-in Card Missing
E3/DS3 plug-in Card Fail
E3/DS3 plug-in Card Missing
Main Card Fail
Extension Card Fail
Extension Card missing
ODU Card Fail
Transmission Function Failure (TxFail)
Receiving Function Failure (RxFail)
Provisioned Frequency incompatible with actual HW
Provisioned TX Power incompatible with actual HW
The lamp test pushbutton (position (9) in Figure 6 on page 16) allows the HW test of all LEDs.

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4.2. IDU Extension Unit front and rear views and access points
1 2
3
4 5
7
8
B C
9
6

Figure 8 - IDU Extension Unit front and rear views

Table 3 - IDU Extension Unit external interfaces and access points


Ref.
Figure 8
Connector or item detail Interface / Explanation Details
(1) SubD 3 (male) Station Battery input
N.B.
(2)
ON/OFF switch: general
power supply switch
I ON
O OFF
(3)
connector for 100 pin SCSI
flat cable
no pin usage by
Customer
according to equipped plug-in (if any):

when no plug-in equipped,
the slot is closed by a metal
plate (inside the panel rear
side)
metal plate is
mandatory to ensure
EMI-EMC
performance
when 9-16 E1/DS1 plug-in
is equipped
N.B.
(4)
when E3/DS3 plug-in
is equipped
N.B.
(5) N 50 ohm for IDU-ODU cable N.B.
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... . Table 3 continues
Ref.
Figure 8
Connector or item detail Interface / Explanation Details
(6) Lamp Test pushbutton
it allows to HW test
the LEDs of the unit
(7) SubD 37 Female 1-8 E1/DS1
N.B.
(8) SubD 15 Female User Service Channels
N.B.
(9) - LEDs
para.4.2.1
below
(B) label Data Matrix codification for factory use
(C) label unit identification N.B.
N.B. for connector pinout and additional information refer to the Technical Handbook.
4.2.1. IDU Extension Unit LEDs summary
Two LEDs are present on the front panel of the IDU Extension Unit (position (9) in Figure 8 on page 21):


GREEN GREEN
1) ON = Power ON (green)
This green LED is ON when the Station Battery is connected, the ON/OFF switch is ON,
and the internal DC/DC is working properly.
2) ODU W = ODU Working (green).
The ODUW led ON identifies ODU TX activity.
It is OFF in case of:
- IDU-ODU Cable Loss alarm
- Mute function activated
- K_TPS command switching-off related ODU in 1+1 HSB configuration
-
Figure 9 - LEDs on the IDU Extension Unit front panel

The lamp test pushbutton (position (6) in Figure 8 on page 21) allows the HW test of all LEDs.

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4.3. Flash Card
4.3.1. General
Refer to the Technical Handbook for the possible combinations of interface types and numbers that can be
supported by each flash card type.
The Flash Card is housed inside the IDU Main Unit shelf (see position (19) in Figure 6 on page 16).
Figure herebelow shows the FLASH CARD profile and insertion direction


Figure 10 - FLASH CARD profile and insertion direction

ATTENTION
(caution to avoid equipment damage)

Whenever you have to handle flash card(s), wear always the Antistatic protection device kit (see
Figure 1 on page 10) and connect its termination to a grounded structure, to avoid the possible damage
of the flash card contents for electrostatic discharges.
As shown in position (20) in Figure 6 on page 16, a suitable metal cover, fixed to the IDU Main Unit shelf by
three screws, is envisaged to ensure equipment EMI-EMC performance and to avoid item detachment:

4.3.2. Flash Card identification
The P/Ns for the possible Flash Card types are specified in the Technical Handbook. To each P/N a Flash
Card Name is associated:

a ) the Flash Card P/N is reported on the label affixed on it;
b ) moreover, the Flash Card Name is affixed on the label present on the front panel of the IDU Main Unit
(position (A) in Figure 6 on page 16):




flash card name label
BOTTOM SIDE
CONNECTOR SIDE
INSERTION

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4.4. Interconnections between main IDU and extension IDU

1.0 2.3
male
USER
1.0 2.3
male
SCSI 100 pin
male
SCSI 100 pin
male
1
2 3

MAIN
EXTENSION
2 or 3
3
Service Channel 1+1
Connection kit

To be terminated on the
station DDF
(1/8) E1/DS1 1+1 connexion kit

To be terminated on the station DDF
(9/16) E1/DS1 1+1 connexion kit
Or
E3/DS3 1+1 connexion kit

To be terminated on the station DDF
1 3

Figure 11 - Main & Extension IDUs interconnections
Note: The DS3_Y cable is a system cable and not an installation cable.
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4.5. Main IDU and Extension IDU power and ground connection
The Power Supply Unit is an integral part of the Main and Extension IDUs. It contains DC/DC converters
and filters. If the PSU fails, the entire IDU must be replaced.
The following versions are foreseen:
1) Floating (48-60) V nom. 20%
2) Floating 24 V nom. 20%
3) Floating (24-60) V nom. 20%
NB: (for 24-60V refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version relationship on page 7).

A mechanical ground connection point is available as shown below either on the right side or on the left
side of the IDUs.




+
_
Ground Terminal connection
Pin Function
Figure 12 - Power supply connection


Very high currents are possible in the case of a short circuit at the battery power inputs. It is
essential that the battery power distribution line contain short circuit back-up protection with
adequate breaking capacity.
A1 +BATTERY
A2 GROUND
A3
- BATTERY

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4.6. Outdoor Unit (ODU)
The ODU locking and access points are shown in following Figure 13 and Figure 14.
The Light Service Kit cable access permits to connect a multi-meter in order to visualize the RX field level.
For more details, refer to the antenna alignment chapter in annex A.
Note: To change polarization refer to the Installation Handbook.

SOLAR SHIELD
TRANSCEIVER
+
BRANCHING
(4)

(1)
(3)
(2)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)

(A) Levers (4) to fix/unfix ODU assembly to antenna or coupler
(1) RF interface for connection of antenna or coupler
(2) Connector for IDU/ODU cable
(3) Connector for Light service kit cable
(4) ODU identification label (refer to Technical Handbook for details)


Figure 13 13/38 GHz ODU views
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(3)
(2)
(1)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
TRANSCEIVER
BRANCHING
SOLAR SHIELD
(4)

(A) 4 levers to fix/unfix branching assembly (diplexer) to transceiver

(B) 4 levers to fix/unfix branching assembly (diplexer) to antenna or coupler
(1) RF interface for connection of antenna or coupler
(2) Connector for IDU/ODU cable
(3) Connector for Light service kit cable
(4) TRANSCEIVER identification label (refer to Technical Handbook for details)



Figure 14 7/8 GHz ODU views



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5. COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE FOR A RADIO LINK
5.1. Introduction

To simplify the description of actions, the following symbols are in use:

Symbol used Meaning
Manual action
Check/Verify
On Craft terminal Select CT
Select a Menu item
Sub Menu item


The commissioning operations described in this guide are for a link between a station A and a station B.
If the network includes supervision, station A is the one located between the supervisory station and
station B (see figure below). Installation and commissioning begin at station A.



IDU
ODU ODU
IDU
STATION A STATION B
Network

(Supervision Side)
Network

Figure 15 - Relative positions of stations A and B



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5.2. Summary of the commissioning phases
Before proceeding with this operation ensure that you have the equipment and accessories required for
that purpose. All these materials should be present in the service bag.
The commissioning procedure is summarized as follows:

Turn up (phase 1)
- Station A, roughly point the antenna towards station B
- Commission station A (phase 1)
- Commission station B (phase 1)
- Station B, fine align the antenna towards station A
- Station A, fine align the antenna towards station B
Site acceptance tests (phase 2)
- Station A, carry out all the commissioning checks and tests Report the results in the TRS
- Station B, carry out all the commissioning checks and tests Report the results in the TRS
TRS (Test Result Sheet) attached in Annex.



INSTRUMENT QTY CHARACTERISTICS
The PC must have been already configured as Craft Terminal for
9400AWY Rel.2.0.x.
Laptop computer running
the supervisory software
If necessary, please refer to the 9400AWY Operators Handbook,
section INSTALLATION, chapter SWP installation in PC
environment for any related information and installation instructions
you may need.
1
PDH Analyzer -Pattern
Generator
1 See System configuration
V.11 - G.703 Data
Analyzer
1 See System configuration
Ethernet Data Analyzer 1 Optional - See System configuration
Multi-meter 1 Voltmeter AC and DC - Loop tester
ODU Rx power
monitoring cable
1

Table 4 - Test and commissioning instruments



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5.3. Hardware (HW) Presetting
Every unit is factory preset, so setting is not required.
In case of doubt verify that the equipment is preset according to plant requirements.
Presetting options may be of hardware (HW) or software (SW) type.
Detailed information on the HW setting options can be found in the Technical Handbook.
For the SW setting options, refer to the Operator Handbook.



5.4. Software environment
In the following it is assumed that the Craft Terminal software applications are already installed in the PC and
that the NE software download has already been done at the factory.

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6. COMMISSIONING STATION A - PHASE 1 (TURN UP)





Where necessary, switch OFF the power supply before disconnecting the earth connection,
Do not connect instruments directly to the IDU/ODU cable connector since the connector
carries 48v DC used to supply the ODU.
Do not connect the IF cable between IDU and ODU while the IDU is powered up.

6.1. Turn-on preliminary operations

ALL THESE OPERATIONS ARE PERFORMED WITH THE POWER OFF.


The antenna of station A is pointed towards station B the best as possible (use compass if necessary).
The hardware configuration of the equipment corresponds to the expected one.
Make visual inspection for units installation and cabling:
- The IDU(s) subrack allocation according to the station lay-out.
- The IDU(s) subrack and units ground connections.
- The power supply voltage is present (24, 48, 60 V DC) with the correct polarity at the IDU power supply
input (for 24V DC refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version relationship on page 7).
- In 1+1 configuration, check the connections between main and extension IDU(s)
- Tributaries and service channel access are cabled on the station DDF.
- The IDU-ODU cables ground kit connections.
- The ODU(s) ground connections (In the case of a non-integrated antenna, the antenna and the
ODU(s) must be ground connected)
- The IDU(s) / ODU(s) cables are connected to ODU(s)
- The ODU(s) cables connectors waterproofing
- The IDU(s) / ODU(s) cables are disconnected from IDU(s)



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6.2. Powering up the IDU(s)


NB: Make sure that IDU-ODU cable is disconnected from the IDU(s) in order to verify via CT the
System PTx Power and Frequency Tx settings as foreseen by Plant documentation before
powering up the ODU(s).

Since the IDU(s)-ODU(s) connection is not established, when powering up the IDU(s), the
ODU(s) will not be operating and then the IDU(s) will display the relative Alarms.

After switching on the wall circuit breakers, power-on the Main IDU then the Extension IDU if any via the
front panel power supplies switches.

The green "ON" LEDs on both IDUs come on.

On the IDU Main, wait 1 minute for:
The green EOW LED is on.
The red LDI LED is on.
The red RDI LED is on.

Always on the IDU Main, wait another 1 minute for:
The red MIN LED is on
The red MAJ LED is on

WARNING: With a new Flash only LED ON is on.
Finally perform a Lamp Test by pressing the LT pushbutton on IDU(s) in order to verify if the remaining
LEDs are operational.

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6.3. Starting the Craft Terminal
Connect the cable between the serial port of the PC and the F interface (ECT) on the Main IDU.
Start the 1320 CT application.
Wait until the NES window appears, for the LLMan to connect and the Map indicator to turn grey.
.

Figure 16 - Network Element Synthesis Window
Right click on NE icon and select Start supervision, or Supervision Start
The question mark in the NE icon disappears while the alarm status of the NE appears.

Figure 17 - NES window supervision started


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Right click on the NE icon and select Show equipment , or Supervision Show equipment
There are two cases:
a ) the SWP version (present both on CT and NE) is V2.0.0 or V2.0.1
In this case the NE is logged in, and the 9400AWY Main view opens (Figure 19 on page 35)
b ) the SWP version (present both on CT and NE) is V2.0.2 or later
In this case the Login screen appears (Figure 18. below), that must be filled in with suitable values.

Figure 18 - Login screen
At first installation time, one default Administrator user is available only, with (lower case):
UserName=initial
Password =initialing
Otherwise, use the Login information the Administrator has assigned you.
If the Login values are correct, the 9400AWY Main view opens (Figure 19 on page 35)
WARNING: The change of the password of this Administrator user is strongly suggested, to be done
at the end of all commissioning phases. Further this initial user, the Administrator is
allowed to create/delete users belonging to the predefined profiles.
For the Administrator to make such operations, please refer to the Operators Handbook, section NE
MANAGEMENT, chapter CONFIGURATION, paragraph Profiles management.
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Wait for the main Equipment view (CT) to appear. (See alarm and status indications description in Annex C).

Note: Since the ODU(s) cables are disconnected, relevant communication alarm is showing.

Figure 19 - Equipment view
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6.4. Quick configuration Procedure

Purpose: This procedure allows a full system configuration through a guided process,
based on a reduced set of screens. The related windows will be displayed by
a Wizard Tool according to a specific order.
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU. To start this application, select the Quick
Configuration option from the Configuration menu.

The procedure consists of different steps according to the configuration:
1+0 configuration:
- 6 steps for the simplified configuration
- 12 steps for the advanced configuration (the advanced configuration can be activated in step 5)
1+1 configuration:
- 7 steps for the simplified configuration
- 13 steps for the advanced configuration (the advanced configuration can be activated in step 6)

Note on the use of the buttons available in the screens:
Back: by clicking on this button the procedure goes back to the previous step
Next: by clicking on this button the procedure goes on the next step
Finish: this button is active only in the last step. By clicking on this button the operator confirms the
configuration and the new parameters are sent to the equipment.
Cancel: by clicking on this button the operator quits the procedure without any change in the
configuration.
Help: by clicking on this button the operator calls the helpon line.

In the following is explained step by step the most complete procedure for 1+1 configuration (13 steps).












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Step 1 (NE Parameter configuration)


Figure 20 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NE Configuration (Step 1)

The first step provides a screen to configure two NE parameters:
- Market: (ETSI or ANSI; NB: for ANSI refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version
relationship on page 7);
The market choice implies a first selection of possible frame structure.

- Type: The possible selections for the NE Type are:

- 1+0 (PSU24 or PSU4860 or PSU2460): Unprotected configuration
- 1+1 HSB (PSU24 or PSU4860 or PSU2460): Hot Standby protected configuration
- 1+1 FD (PSU24 or PSU4860 or PSU2460): Frequency Diversity protected configuration

NB: for PSU2460 refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version relationship on page 7.

Each of these three possible types is available with the following tributaries:

- 8E1/DS1
- 8E1/DS1_ETH (2 User Ethernet ports)
- 16E1/DS1
- 1E3/DS3

To go to step 2 click on button Next >

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Step 2 (Frame structure and modulation format)

The screen provides the fields to set the Structure of the Frame configuration (Capacity and
Modulation).as well as the tributaries impedance.


Figure 21 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Frame Configuration (Step 2)


- If the market selected in the first procedure step was ETSI, tributaries are E1 or E3 and Impedance has to
be set in the Tributary Port Configuration as unbalance 75 ohm or balance 120 ohm.

- If the market selected in the first procedure step was ANSI, tributaries are DS1 or DS3 and the impedance
is automatically fixed at balance 100 ohms (for ANSI refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version
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The capacity implies the choice of modulation; for example, if the tributary structure is 2E1 (for ETSI market)
only 4QAM modulation scheme is supported.
The association between Capacity and Modulation is shown below:

Market Capacity Modulation
2xE1 4QAM
4xE1 4QAM / 16QAM


8xE1 4QAM / 16QAM ETSI
16xE1 4QAM / 16QAM
1xE3 4QAM / 16QAM
4xDS1 4QAM
8xDS1 4QAM / 16QAM
16xDS1 4QAM / 16QAM
ANSI
1xDS3 4QAM / 16QAM

Table 5 - Markets, capacity and modulations



To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >













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Step 3 (Tributary configuration)

Step 3 allows the operator, for each tributary, to choose the signal mode or to disable it.


Figure 22 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Tributaries Configuration (Step 3)


By clicking on the one facility button (All Framed, All Unframed or All Disabled), the operator can
configure all the tributaries at the same value; otherwise he can apply any configuration for each tributary by
selecting the related value from the relevant scroll list.
NB: Tributaries to be loaded have to be configured. Default value is Unframed.
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WARNING: In case of configuration with two Ethernet ports (i.e. when Data plugin is equipped), in


order to allow the real configuration and transmission of the Ethernet data streams, it is
mandatory that:
at least one (*) tributary port is disabled
and that the position (according to Figure 23 on page 42) of such disabled tributary port is
one of first four.
N.B. If such operation is not done, no error message is raised by the system (with
exception of timeout expired), but the configuration (or the configuration
change) does not correctly take place, and Ethernet data streams are neither
configured nor transmitted.
(*) refer to the Table below for number of tributaries to be disabled.

Market Capacity Number of disabled tributaries
2xE1 at least 1
4xE1 at least 1
8xE1 at least 1
ETSI
16xE1 at least 8
4xDS1 at least 1
8xDS1 at least 1
ANSI
N.B.
16xDS1 at least 8

N.B. for ANSI refer to para.1.4 Additional feature and SWP-version relationship on page 7.


To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >


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Step 4 (Automatic restoration criteria configuration)

NOTE: This screen does not appear for the 1+0 configuration.
Step 4 allows the operator to choose the restoration criteria as revertive or not revertive for the 3
possible protections available in the 1+1 configuration:
Radio protection (RPS RX)
Mux/Demux protection (TX/RX EPS)
HSB TX protection (RF Hot Standby)

In Revertive mode, at the end of an abnormal condition such fading, hardware problem or maintenance
action, the relevant protection will automatically switch back to channel #1 as a default state.
Default value is Revertive


Figure 23 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Tributaries Configuration (Step 4)


To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >

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Step 5 (Channel configuration) in Rel. 2.0.0

Step 5 allows the operator to define the basic parameters for each configured channel.


Figure 24 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Channels Configuration (Step 5 in Rel. 2.0.0)

In the Channels Configuration area is present the ATPC selection. The Automatic Transmit Power Control
function allows the system to regulate the transmitted power according to the remote received level.
De facto, in ATPC mode enabled, the TX power field in the RTPC area does not exist.
With the ATPC "Disabled", the TX power (constantly transmitted) can be set at the suitable value in the TX
power field.
In the Frequency Value area, the TX operating frequency must be written in the Tx Freq field. The Rx
Frequency is automatically adjusted according to the frequency shifter available with the ODU.
All the values must be selected according to the relevant allowed ranges (shown between brackets).
N.B: In case of 1+1HSB configuration, the ATPC, TX power, and TX frequency choices will be applied
to both channels. In case of 1+1FD configuration, the same screen will be proposed for both channels 0
and channel 1, with only the ATPC mode as a common choice.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >

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Step 5 (Channel configuration) from Rel. 2.0.1

Step 5 allows the operator to define the basic parameters for each configured channel. The related
screen is shown in the figure here below:

Figure 25 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Channels Configuration (Step 5 from Rel. 2.0.1)

In the Channel Configuration area the ATPC can be Enabled or Disabled. If enabled, the other ATPC
parameters (min. value, max. value and Rx threshold) must be configured in RTPC & ATPC menu in the
Radio domain.
If ATPC is disabled in the RTPC area the power (costantly transmitted) can be selected by writing the
suitable value in the Tx power field.
The system can operate with different types of ODU according to the RF band and to the channel
arrangement. There are ODUs which can manage only one shifter (fixed shifter) or several predefined
shifters (flexible shifter).

ODU with one Shifter only
If the ODU can manage only one shifter the Shifter field in the menu is not available (it is grey).
In the Tx frequency field insert the Tx suitable frequency (the allowed Tx range is written in the
Frequency Range field on the right side) and press push-button Next (the Rx frequency is
automatically calculated by using the inserted Tx frequency and the shifter).
Note: During the command setting the CT is frozen. Waiting time: max 30'.

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ODU with different available Shifters
In the Tx frequency field insert the suitable Tx frequency...
then, in the Shifter field select the suitable shifter and press push-button Next (the Rx frequency is
automatically calculated by using the inserted Tx frequency and the shifter).
Note: During the command setting the CT is frozen. Waiting time: max 30'.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >



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Step 6 (Local configuration)

Step 6 performs the network configuration. This window allows to set the local IP address of the NE.


Figure 26 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Local IP Address (Step 6)

The local IP address is the Network Element IP address associated to the F interface and to the other
management communication interfaces using the PPP protocol (the 3 NMS channels RF, G703 and V11)
For an advanced network configuration in the next steps, the operator must tick the relevant Advanced
Configuration box. Otherwise, next step (7) will show a summary of all the parameters configured from
the first step with the possibility to send them in the equipment by clicking on the Finish button.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >


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Step 7 (OSPF area configuration)
Step 7 allows to configure up to 4 OSPF Areas.




Figure 27 - Quick Configuration Procedure: OSPF Area Configuration (Step 7)
By default, the area 0 is already created. In order to modify it, click on it in the upper window and click
Change.
To create a new area, select 1, 2 or 3 in the Area Id scroll list, write the address in the IP address field, then
click on Add button.
If the OSPF area must be a stub area (only one access to the network backbone), make the selection in the
Stub Area check box.
WARNING: When the area is a Stub area, all interfaces inside the same Stub Area (NMS and Ethernet)
must be defined Stub.
WARNING for versions < V2.0.3:

If the area is a Stub area the functionalities of the Remote Craft Terminal are not fully
guaranteed.
N.B. this restriction is removed from version V2.0.3
In the upper window of the screen the new OSPF area will appear.
To remove or change an OSPF Area Configuration, select this Area in the upper part and click on Remove
or Change button.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >

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Step 8 (IP static route configuration)

Step 8 configures one or more Static Routers.


Figure 28 - Quick Configuration Procedure: IP Static Router Configuration (Step 8)


The following fields and data are present:
- Host Address: Allows to define the IP address necessary to reach a specific Host.
- Network Address: As an alternative to Host Address; allows to define the IP Mask to reach a network.
- Gateway Address: Allows to define the address of the next hop gateway
- PPP: it allows to use a point to point interface (RF, V11 or G703) available with the NE.

WARNING: No pending (open) static routes are allowed.
The default software uses first the static routes and then the dynamic routes. An open static
route is always considered as a preferential path.
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N.B. Default Gateway Routing configuration (from version V2.0.3)

From version V2.0.3 it is also possible to define a Default Gateway Routing. To do that, in the screen in
Figure 28 on page 48, select Network. The screen changes to following Figure 29 :




Figure 29 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Default Gateway Routing configuration (Step 8)
In this screen operate as follows:
a ) in IP Address field, write 0.0.0.0
b ) in IP Mask field, write 0.0.0.0
c ) in Default Gateway IP Address field, write the required destination
d ) click Add

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >


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Step 9 (NMS RF channel configuration)

Step 9 allows the configuration of the NMSRF channel:


Figure 30 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSRF Interface Configuration (Step 9)


The NMSRF interface is a communication interface based on the use of an in-frame RF proprietary
64 kbit/s channel. Through the NMSRF interface the NE can exchange management messages with the
remote radio linked NE.
The NMSRF channel can be Enabled or Disabled by selection in the NMS RF field. Choose Enabled to be
able to proceed later in the commissioning to the remote station NE acquisition.
If enabled, and if the radio link is already established, the IP address of the remote radio linked NE appears
in the Remote Address field.
In the Routing IP Protocol field, enter the used IP protocol and in case of OSPF protocol select also the
Associated OSPF area.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >

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Step 10 (NMS V11 channel configuration)
Step 10 allows the configuration of the NMSV11 interface:



Figure 31 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSV11 Interface Configuration (Step 10)

Through the NMSV11 interface the NE can exchange management messages with another NE in the
same station.
The NMSV11 channel can be Enabled or Disabled by selection in the NMS V11 field.
If enabled, in the Remote Address field will appear the IP address of the remote connected NE.
In the Routing IP Protocol field enter the used IP protocol and in case of OSPF protocol select also the
associated OSPF area.
In the PPP_MODE field the following selections can be made:
DTE mode: To interface an SDH service channel, where DCE mode is not available due to the
common synchronization of the SDH network.

Codirectional mode: To permit the routing of the Melodie LUX40 via its V11 NMS access or to link an
adjacent AWY.

To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >
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Step 11 (NMS G703 channel configuration)
Step 11 allows the configuration of the NMSG703 interface:


Figure 32 - Quick Configuration Procedure: NMSG703 Interface Configuration (Step 11)

Through the NMSG703 interface the NE can exchange management messages with another NE in the
same station.

The NMSG703 channel can be Enabled or Disabled by selection in the NMS G703 field.
If enabled, in the Remote Address field will appear the IP address of the remote connected NE.

In the Routing IP Protocol field enter the used IP protocol and in case of OSPF protocol select also the
associated OSPF area.

In the Mode field the following selections can be made:
DTE mode: To interface an SDH service channel, where DCE mode is not available due to the common
synchronization of the SDH network.
Codirectional mode: To link an adjacent AWY or to interface with a MUX 64 kbit/s line.


To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >
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Step 12 (Ethernet configuration)

Step 12 allows to configure the OS Ethernet Interface.



Figure 33 - Quick Installation Procedure: Ethernet Configuration (Step 12)


The Ethernet interface (OS) can be Enabled or Disabled in the Ethernet configuration field. It can be
used to connect a Craft terminal as an alternative to the F interface (ESC), or more generally to connect
the NE to any IP Network.
If enabled, in the relevant fields below enter the IP address, the IP mask and select the Routing IP
protocol. If the selected routing protocol is OSPF, select also the area number in the Associated OSPF
Area field.

By default, use the same IP address as the one used for the NE local IP address. (set at step 6)


To go back to the previous step click on button < Back
To go to the next step click on button Next >

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Step 13 (Summary)

Step 13 is the last step. The screen shown summarizes all the parameters configured during this procedure
and some relevant parameters with default values.


Figure 34 - Quick Configuration Procedure: Summary (Step 13)


All the parameters can still be changed by clicking on the Back button. The operator can navigate back to
the desired screen and set the new values.
At the end the operator can confirm the selections by pressing the Finish button. All the parameters will be
stored and sent to the NE.



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6.5. Complementary configurations:
Since they are not included in the quick step configuration, some parameters have to be set manually via
the Craft terminal menu.
6.5.1. Engineering Service Data channel configuration
Purpose: Set the service data Channel configuration
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU F Interface

C.T. Configuration System Setting Overhead
Alarm Profile select (Primary Alarms is the default value)
Auxiliary Interface Configuration Select in the scroll list (V11, G703 or V28)
Apply Close
6.5.2. Phone number setting
Purpose: Set the station phone number
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU F Interface

C.T. Configuration System Setting Overhead
Order Wire Configuration write the suitable Phone Number (between 10 and 99)
Apply Close

Figure 35 - Service data channel and phone number setting


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6.6. Powering UP the IDU(s) with the ODU(s)

After the completion of the configuration step, switch Off the IDU(s) in order to re-establish the
IDU-ODU(s) connections.
Then, switch on the IDU(s), log in the craft terminal and proceed to the following checks:
6.6.1. Verify ODU(s) alarm status
Purpose: Verify no abnormal communication alarm between IDU(s) and ODU(s)
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

CT Views Equipment
In the left window, select ODU ch#1

In the lower right window, verify in the alarms list for that there is no internal communication failure
In the lower right window, verify in the alarms list that that there is no TX failure.

Repeat for Ch#0 if any (1+1)


Figure 36 - ODU(s) alarm status



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6.6.2. Transmitter power output check
Purpose: Verify via CT the ODU(s) transmitted power output.
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

CT Views Radio
From the left window select Channel #1
From the lower right window select RTPC & ATPC tab panel

Verify that ATPC is "Disabled" as already set during the quick step procedure
(If required, change the ATPC status to disable in the ATPC field then Apply)

Verify that Tx Power value complies with the suitable value already set via the quick step procedure.
(If required, change the Tx Power in the RTPC field then Apply)

Repeat for Ch#0 if any (1+1)


Figure 37 - Transmit power check


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6.6.3. Received power measurement
Purpose: Verify via CT the received power to detect any interference
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU


CT Views Radio
From the left window select Channel #1
From the lower right window select Power Meas tab panel
In the Sample time (sec), write the suitable measurement poling time then press Start




Figure 38 - Received power check












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Pressing Start will prompt a graphic monitoring view of the transmitted and received levels:




Ticking the box show details in the lower left corner will call a summary view of the TX an Rx levels:


Figure 39 - Received power details


Verify that the current Rx local End received level is <-95 dbm (no interferences)
Repeat for Ch#0 if any (1+1)
WARNING:
- If in the Tx end field the indication in dBm is +99, the Transmitter is off (or in HSB Configuration the
transmitter is in standby).
- If in the Tx end field the indication in dBm is +99 and, at the same time, in the relevant Rx end field the
information in dBm is -99, probably the supervision has been lost. The confirmation of the loss of the
supervision is given by a broken red icon in NES screen.
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7. COMMISSIONING STATION B - PHASE 1 (TURN UP)
To commission station B, perform the same operations carried on at station A (Phase 1)
When Station B is fully configured and operational, and assuming that the antenna in station A has been
previously correctly pointed, you should receive some field from station A. In this case, proceed to a fine
tuning of the antenna to improve as much as possible the received level.
To monitor the received level during alignment, use the craft terminal received power measurement
facility described above or the ODU Rx monitoring cable in addition to a voltmeter (see description in the
antenna alignment chapter in annexe A).
For near future tests, establish on the Station DDF hardware loops on every tributary as well as on the
User service channel.























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8. END OF COMMISSIONING PHASE 1 (TURN UP) IN STATION A
In Station A, proceed to a final fine alignment of the antenna. To monitor the received level during
alignment, use the craft terminal received power measurement facility described above or the ODU Rx
monitoring cable and/or the ODU portable service kit (see Antenna alignment chapter in annex A).
Verify in the hop calculation that the calculated received level has been reached.
Proceed to the remote NE (station B) acquisition in the Craft Terminal map (described below) in order to
verify in the both station:
Received level complies with hop calculation
No alarm showing (except unloaded tributaries)

8.1. Remote NE (station B) acquisition on craft terminal
Connect the cable between the serial port of the PC and the F interface (ECT) on the Main IDU.
Start the 1320 CT application.
Wait until the NES window appears, for the LLMan to connect and the Map indicator to turn grey.
Right click on Station A NE icon and select Start supervision, or Supervision Start
The question mark in the NE icon disappears while the alarm status of the NE appears.



Figure 40 - NES window local NE

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Right click on the first line Map sample (or click on Map sample and select NE Directory) and
choose create SNMP NE. The following window will prompt



Figure 41 - Create NE in the CT map


Write the local IP address of Station B in the TCP/IP Adress field and the port number in the
TCP/IP Port field (typically: 161), then click OK.
The newly created NE will appear in the CT map as shown below.
Right click on Station B NE icon and select Start supervision, or Supervision Start

Figure 42 - NMS Radio side Remote NE acquisition

NB: The above remote NE acquisition is described assuming that the NMS RF access have been enabled in
both Station during quick step phase step 9. On the contrary, the NMS RF channel can be enabled
directly through the CT menu:

CT Configuration Network Configuration IP configuration IP point to point configuration.
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8.2. Testing configurations for hop quality check
Set up the following testing configuration and run on one tributary, through the hardware loopback previously
established in station B, a minimum of one hour BER test free of error.





OR
COM 1
ODU
ERROR
ANALYSER
E3/DS3 E1/DS1
ERROR
ANALYSER
Tributary LOOPBACK
Remote Station
ODU
IDU

MAIN IDU
ECT I/O
Figure 43 - Test bench for tributary quality test
Set up the following testing configuration and run on the User service channel, through the hardware
loopback previously established in station B, a minimum of 10 minutes BER test free of error.


G703 OR V11
ODU
ECT
MAIN IDU
Data
Analyzer
COM 1
ESC
ESC LOOPBACK
Remote Station
ODU
IDU

Figure 44 - Test bench for User service channel quality test
Note: In case of V.11 the loopback on the remote station cannot be performed. In this case two data
analyzer must be used.
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9. COMMISSIONNING STATION A - PHASE 2 (ACCEPTANCE TEST)

Commissioning phase 2 is a site acceptance test procedure made up of the required tests to ensure that the
equipment is fully operational.

This phase describes first of all the way to check and to change (if necessary) via the Craft Terminal menu
the different configuration parameters already set, for most of them, during the quick step procedure in phase
1, followed by various tests.

Most of the tests and checks results have to be recorded in the attached Test Results Sheet. Operator will be
invited to do so each time it is required by the following sentence: Report into the TRS.

9.1. System Installation and cabling visual inspection
9.1.1. Indoor System installation and cabling inspection
See and fill the indoor inspection check list in the Tests and Result Sheet attached in annex.
9.1.2. Outdoor System installation and cabling inspection
See and fill the outdoor inspection check list in the TRS attached in annex.
9.2. Local configuration control

Purpose: Verify via CT the Local Station configuration.
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
9.2.1. Check software key code
CT Supervision SW key


Figure 45 - Software Key code view

Report the SW Key number and code into the TRS
Close.
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9.2.2. Check/set the NE parameters and frame Configuration
CT Configuration System Settings

Report the Type, Market, Capacity, Modulation and Impedance into the TRS
Close.



Figure 46 - NE parameters and Frame configuration view


N.B: If required, change each parameter in the relevant scroll list then Apply.
For any change concerning Type, Market, Capacity and modulation, operator will be invited to
confirm or deny his choice in the warning window shown below:





Impedance change will be applied without any warning.



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9.2.3. Check/set E1 tributaries configuration
CT Views Line Interface
In the left window E1 port#1
In the lower right window Configuration Tab panel.
Repeat for each E1 port#

N.B: If required, change each parameter in the relevant scroll list then Apply
RAI insertion feature is operating only in framed signal mode. Enabled is the automatic mode
(default value), forced the manual insertion mode.


Figure 47 - E1 tributary configuration view

9.2.4. Check/set the DS1 line parameters
CT Views Line Interface
In the left window DS1 port#1
In the lower right window Configuration Tab panel.

Repeat for each DS1 port#
N.B: If required, change each parameters in the relevant scroll list then Apply

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9.2.5. Check/set User Ethernet interface parameters (Optional)
CT Views Line Interface
In the left window Ethernet Port#17 or Ethernet Port#18
In the lower right window Configuration Tab panel.
N.B: If required change any parameters then Apply


In the lower right window Auto-Negotiation Tab panel.


Figure 48 - Automatic restoration criteria configuration view
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9.2.6. Check/set the automatic restoration criteria (only 1+1)
CT Views Protection Schemes
In the left window Radio Protection (RPS)
In the lower right window Schema Parameters Tab panel Protection Type 1+1
Repeat for HSB TX Protection and Mux/Demux Protection.

Report the Operation Type for each protection level into the TRS

N.B: If required, change Operation type (Revertive or Not Revertive) then Apply
In Revertive Operation, after an abnormal condition such fading, hardware problem or maintenance
action, the relevant protection will automatically switch back to channel #1 as a default state.



To read the correct indication on the switch
status press here to refresh the screen.

Figure 49 - Automatic restoration criteria configuration view


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9.2.7. Check/set the Rx static delay configuration for radio protection (1+1 only)
CT Views Protection Schemes
In the left window Radio Protection
In the lower right window Rx Static Delay Tab panel press Auto (default value)

N.B: If required, change to Manual Operation set suitable values for channel 0 and 1 then Start

The Rx static delay adjustment function is to recover the delay that may exist between the two channels
frames due to a cable length difference. Manual operation range is 0 to 31 bits.



Figure 50 - Rx Static delay configuration view


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9.2.8. Check/set TX and RX frequencies
CT Views Radio
In the left window Channel #1
In the lower right window Frequency Tab Panel
Repeat for Channel 0 (only in 1+1)

Report the TX and the RX frequencies into the TRS

N.B: If required, change the Tx frequency then Apply. Rx Freq. will be automatically adjusted.



Figure 51 - Tx and Rx frequencies configuration view


The system can operate with different types of ODU according to the RF band and to the channel
arrangement. There are ODUs which can manage only one shifter (fixed shifter) or several predefined
shifters (flexible shifter).

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9.2.8.1. ODU with one Shifter only
If the ODU can manage only one shifter the Shifter field in the menu is not available (it is grey).
In the Tx frequency field insert the Tx suitable frequency (the allowed Tx range is written in the Frequency
Range field on the right side) and press push-button Apply (the Rx frequency is automatically calculated by
using the inserted Tx frequency and the shifter).
Note: During the command setting the CT is frozen. Waiting time: max 30'.
9.2.8.2. ODU with different available Shifters
In the Tx frequency field insert the suitable Tx frequency and press pushbutton Apply.
In the Shifter field select the suitable shifter and press push-button Apply (the Rx frequency is automatically
calculated by using the inserted Tx frequency and the shifter).
Now the Rx frequency can be changed in order to implement a suitable new shifter. Insert the new value (5
MHz respect to the value previously automatically calculated) in the Rx frequency field and press push-
button Apply.
WARNING: The Rx frequency must be 5 MHz respect to the value automatically calculated according
to the Tx frequency and to the shifter.
When the Rx frequency is changed a specific warning message about possible impact on the traffic will
appear. This message requires an explicit confirmation to proceed.
At the end a specific result message appears to inform the operator that the operation has been completed
(or failed in case of failure).
At this point other operations can be normally requested by the operator.
WARNING: Whenever the difference (as absolute value) between Rx and Tx frequencies is different from
the shifter value, the background of the Shifter field changes to red color and the specific
warning message "WARNING: Frequency parameters are not aligned to standard
configuration associated to the selected Shifter. For more information, refer to technical
handbook" is written on the Frequency screen as shown in figure below.

Figure 52 - Not standard frequency arrangement
To restore a "Standard Shifter" configuration, the operator has only to apply again the selected (or another
one) Shifter value or to apply again the Tx frequency.
As result, the normal Frequency screen is restored removing both red color as background of the Shifter field
and the specific warning message.
Note: During the command setting the CT is frozen. Waiting time: max 30'.
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9.2.9. Check/set TX power (ATPC Off ) or Tx range and Rx threshold (ATPC On)
ATPC Disabled:
CT Views Radio
In the left window Channel #1
In the lower right window RTPC&ATPC Tab Panel
ATPC Disabled

Repeat for Channel 0 (only in 1+1)
Report the ATPC Disabled status, Tx nominal Power and Tx Power setting into the TRS

ATPC Enabled:
CT Views Radio
In the left window Channel #1
In the lower right window RTPC&ATPC Tab Panel
ATPC Enabled

Repeat for Channel 0 (only in 1+1)
Report the ATPC Enabled status, ATPC Range and ATPC RX Threshold setting into the TRS

N.B: If required, change ATPC Mode or ATPC Range or ATPC Rx Threshold then Apply

Static delay of the Tx power Dynamic value of the Tx power
(30 dB range) (20 dB range)

Figure 53 - ATPC mode configuration view
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WARNING: In 1+1 Configuration (HSB or FD) the ATPC information, sent back from the Rx side to Tx
side, is the information relevant to the channel (protecting or protected) currently active
in the EPS protection scheme. The two transmitters are, therefore, driven by the same
ATPC control signal.
WARNING: During the reconfiguration phase or during the activation of a new software the alarm
ATPC loop" is active.



9.2.10. Check/set the User data channel type and the station phone number
CT Configuration System Setting Overhead Tab Panel


Report the auxiliary interface type and the Phone number into the TRS
Close

N.B: If required, Change Phone Number (between 10 and 99) or Auxiliary interface type then Apply




Figure 54 - Overhead configuration view



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9.2.11. Check/set the local NE IP address
CT Configuration Network Configuration Local Configuration

Report the local IP Address in the TRS


Figure 55 - Local IP address configuration view

N.B: If required, change the local IP Address then Apply
9.2.12. Check/set OSPF Area Configuration
CT Configuration Network Configuration IP Configuration OSPF Area Configuration

Report the Id, IP Address, IP Mask and Stub flag into the TRS

N.B: If required, Add a new OSPF Area by create OK or to remove an existing one, select it in the
upper list then Delete Yes


Figure 56 - OSPF configuration view
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9.2.13. Check/set the NMS IP point to point interface configuration
CT Configuration Network Configuration IP Configuration IP Point to Point Configuration

Report the mode, IP Routing, OSPF Area and Remote Address for Enabled connection into the TRS



Figure 57 - NMS IP point to point configuration view


N.B: If required, enable or disable RF, V11 or G703 NMS access then Apply. Then, wait for the
following confirmation window:





Click OK to close the window.




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9.2.14. Check/set the Ethernet access (OS) configuration
The Ethernet interface (OS) can be used to connect a Craft terminal as an alternative to the F interface
(ESC), or more generally to connect the NE to any IP Network.

CT Configuration Network Configuration Ethernet Configuration



Report the IP Address, IP Mask, IP Routing protocol and OSPF Area into the TRS

N.B: If required, Enable or Disable the Ethernet connection or change any parameter then Apply
By default, use the same IP address as the one used for the NE local IP address.


Figure 58 - (OS) Ethernet access configuration view





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9.2.15. Check/set IP static routing configuration
CT Configuration Network Configuration IP Configuration IP Static Routing Configuration

Report the IP Address, IP Mask and Default gateway IP Address or interface type into the TRS


N.B: If required, add a new static route by create write the different parameters then OK
or to remove an existing route, select it in the upper list then Delete Yes.





Figure 59 - IP static routing configuration view











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9.3. Channel 1 functionality tests (1+0 and 1+1)

Open the summary Block diagram view for all the duration of Channel 1 functionality tests in order to
visualize at any time the Switching and Loopback status of the microwave:
Purpose: Display the summary block diagram
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

CT Diagnosis Summary Block Diagram View





Figure 60 1+0 Summary block diagram view


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Figure 61 1+1 Summary block diagram view



An active loopback is indicated by a yellow letter L
Switching status are displayed through different dynamic drawings

If any indication does not correspond to the expected one, press Refresh to actualize the view.
By clicking on a specific object of the drawing, the operator can navigate to the relevant CT menu view.

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9.3.1. Channel protection switching configuration (1+1 only)
Purpose: lockout the channel 0 for all the duration of the channel 1 testing
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

CT Diagnosis Protection Schemes
In the left window Radio Protection Spare #0
In the lower right window Commands scroll list Lockout Apply
Repeat for HSB Tx Protection and Mux/Demux Protection

Check in the summary block diagram that the full channel 1 (TX and RX) path is in service.

Report about the Channel 1 protection switching functionality into the TRS


Figure 62 - Channel 0 lockout mode










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9.3.2. Near End Loop back functionality
Purpose: Verify via CT the near end loopback functionality
Required Instruments: PC with test software and E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on one Tributary Access (At the Station DDF)


Four different near end Loopbacks have to be performed one by one. Remove previous loopback before
proceeding with the next one. A delay up to 10 seconds may be observed for each activation/deactivation.

Ensure that the local tributary access (used to control via the data analyser the continuity and the quality
of every loopback) is active (framed or unframed) (see chapter 14.2.4. for more details about tributaries
configuration)

Ensure that the local transmitter is not muted. (see annex C for more details about TX Mute functionality)


E1/DS1
Or
E3/DS3
IDU ODU
MUX
DEMUX
TRIB MODEM RF
1 2 3 4
A
N
T
E
N
N
A


Figure 63 - Near End loopbacks points




Near End Tributary Loopback Point

Near End IDU Cable Loopback Point

Near End ODU Cable Loopback Point

Near End RF Loopback Point
1
2
3
4













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CT Views Loopback

In the left window Tributaries TX port#NE (select tributary on which the Data Analyser is connected)
In the lower right window Activate Apply

Data analyser showing no errors
Loopback showing in the summary block diagram view

In the lower right window Deactivate Apply

Report about the near end Tributary loopback functionality into the TRS



Figure 64 - loopback control in the CT



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CT Views Loopback
In the left window Channel #1 IDU Cable
In the lower right window Activate Apply

Data analyser showing no errors
Loopback showing in the summary block diagram view

In the lower right window Deactivate Apply
Repeat for ODU Cable and RF

Report about the near end IDU Cable, ODU Cable and RF loopback functionality into the TRS

9.3.3. Far End Loop back functionality

Purpose: Verify via CT the Far end loopback functionality
Required Instruments: PC with test software and E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on one Tributary Access (At the Station DDF)

One Far end loopback has to be performed under the same condition as the near end loopbacks.
Moreover, ensure that the remote transmitter like the local transmitter is not muted.

E1/DS1
Or
E3/DS3
E1/DS1
Or
E3/DS3
ODU
A
N
T
E
N
N
A
ODU
MODEM RF
IDU
MUX
DEMUX
TRIB
A
N
T
E
N
N
A
STATION A STATION B
IDU
1

Figure 65 - Far End loopback point

CT Views Loopback
In the left window Tributaries TX port#FE (select the same tributary #that the one which is locally
connected to the data analyser)
In the lower right window Activate Apply

Data analyser showing no errors
Loopback showing in the summary block diagram view
In the lower right window Deactivate Apply

WARNING: A far end loopback can be removed only from the NE that activated it.
Report about the Far end Tributary loopback functionality into the TRS
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9.3.4. Tributary functionality test
Purpose: Verify the point to point Tributaries quality
Verify the tributaries alarm status monitoring functionality
Required Instruments: PC with test software and E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on Tributary Access (At the Station DDF)



OR
Com 1
ERROR ANALYSER
PATTERN GEN.
E3/DS3 E1/DS1
ERROR ANALYSER
PATTERN GEN.
ECT
MAIN
EXTENSION
ODU
ODU
I/O
Remote Station
TributaryLOOPBACK
ODU
ODU

Figure 66 - Test bench for tributary functionality check (1+1 additional material in dotted line)

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Assuming that all the tributaries have been enabled (Unframed status) via CT in both stations and that every
tributary are looped at the DDF in the remote station:

Perform one minute of BER test on each E1/DS1 tributary (10 minutes if E3/DS3)
Verify that the analyser detects no error.

Verify on CT Line Interface view the tributary alarm status:

CT Views Line Interface
In the lower right Alarms list, verify that while the data analyser is connected, the AlarmLossSignal on the
relevant tributary goes off.

Note: Check also the framed tributaries (if required).



Figure 67 - Tributary alarm status monitoring


Report about the Tributary BER test and alarm CT monitoring into the TRS.


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9.3.5. Service data channel functionality test
Purpose: Verify the point to point Service Data Channel quality
Required Instruments: PC with test software and G703 / V11 64 Kbit/s Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on the service channel Access (At the Station DDF)




64 Kbit/s (G703 OR V11)
ODU
ODU
Com 1
ECT
MAIN
EXTENSION
G703 / V11
Analyzer
ESC
Remote Station
ESCLOOPBACK
ODU
ODU
Figure 68 - Test bench for User Service Channel functionality check (1+1 extra material in dotted line)



Assuming that the User service Channel is looped at the DDF in the remote station:

Perform 10 minutes of BER test.
Verify that the Data analyser detects no error.

Report about the 64 Kbit/s Data channel BER test into the TRS

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9.3.6. Ethernet Data channel (optional) functionality test
Purpose: Verify the point to point Ethernet Data Channels quality
Required Instruments: PC with test software and Ethernet Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on Main IDU Ethernet Access.



Com 1
ODU
ECT
ODU
MAIN
EXTENSION
Ethernet
Data
Analyzer
Remote Station
Ethernet LOOPBACK
ODU
ODU



Figure 69 - Test bench for Optional Ethernet Data Channel functionality



Assuming that the Two Ethernet Data Channels are looped in the remote station:

Perform 10 minutes of BER test on both Optional Ethernet access.
Verify that the Data analyser detects no error.

Report about the Ethernet Data Channels BER test into the TRS.



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9.3.7. Ptx and Prx measurement
Purpose: Verify via CT the Transmitted (Ptx) and received (Prx) power
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU


CT Views Radio
From the left window select Channel #1
From the lower right window select Power Meas tab panel
In the Sample time (sec), write the suitable measurement poling time then press Start



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Pressing Start will prompt a graphic monitoring view of the transmitted and received levels:




Ticking the box show details in the lower left corner will call a summary view of the TX an Rx levels:


Figure 71 - TX and RX power details view


Report the Current Tx Local End (Ptx) and the current Rx Local End (Prx) into the TRS.

WARNING:
- If in the Tx end field the indication in dBm is +99, the Transmitter is off (or in HSB Configuration the
transmitter is in standby).
- If in the Tx end field the indication in dBm is +99 and, at the same time, in the relevant Rx end field the
information in dBm is -99, probably the supervision has been lost. The confirmation of the loss of the
supervision is given by a broken red icon in NES screen.
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9.3.8. Inside hop Engineering Order Wire functionality test



MAIN
ODU
EXTENSION
ODU
Remote Station
ODU
EXTENSION
ODU
MAIN
EOW
OFF ON
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9

#
*
0
TPH
Figure 72 - Engineering order wire organisation

Make a call from local station:
1. Check that the line is free (green EOW LED is on).
2. Handset OFF/ON switch to ON.
3. On keypad, press # to engage line.
4. Check that yellow EOW LED on MAIN IDU is on (as well as in the remote station)
5. On keypad, dial the two-digit remote station number or 00 for general call.
6. Ring tone is audible in the handset.

In the remote station:
7. Yellow EOW LED is flashing and the IDU is emitting a ring tone.
8. Connect handset to IDU, set ON/OFF switch to ON, press # on keypad. Speak.

Switch off the handsets in both stations to finish the call.

Report about the Order wire functionality into the TRS.
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9.4. Channel 0 functionality tests (1+1 only)
9.4.1. Channel protection switching configuration
Purpose: Forced the channel 1 for all the duration of the channel 0 testing
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

CT Diagnosis Protection Schemes
In the left window Radio Protection Main#1
In the lower right window Command scroll list Forced Apply
Repeat for HSB Tx Protection and Mux/Demux protection

Check in the summary block diagram that the full channel 0 (Tx and Rx) path is in service.


Report about the Channel 0 protection Switching functionality into the TRS


Figure 73 - Channel 1 forced mode


Note : The Forced command for channel 1 is equivalent to the Lockout command for the channel 0.
In both case, the result is that the relevant channel protection path is forced to standby status.

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9.4.2. Near End Loop back functionality
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.
9.4.3. Far End Loop back functionality
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.
9.4.4. Tributary functionality test
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.
9.4.5. Service data channel functionality test
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS..
9.4.6. Ethernet Data channel (optional) functionality test
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.
9.4.7. Ptx and Prx measurement
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.
9.4.8. Inside hop Engineering Order Wire functionality test
Repeat the same test already performed for channel 1. Report the results into the TRS.

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9.5. Hop stability test

Purpose: Verify the Hop stability
Required Instruments: PC with test software and E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 Data Analyser
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Connect Data analyser on one Tributary Access (At the Station DDF)

The Hop stability test is performed during two consecutives hours, one time, on one Tributary, in real
working condition whatever the protection configuration (1+0 or 1+1).
The two hours stability test must be free of error in normal propagation conditions (out of fading period)

Via the CT, let only one active tributary in both station
In the remote Station, place a hardware loop on the relevant tributary access (at the station DDF).
In the local station, connect the E1/DS1 (or E3/DS3) Data Analyser on the relevant tributary. Check that
the Tributary Alarm Loss disappears.
Verify in both stations that there are no active software loopbacks or switching requests
Verify in both stations that none alarm is showing.

Report the two hours free of error test result into the TRS.





OR
Com 1
ERROR ANALYSER
PATTERN GEN.
E3/DS3 E1/DS1
ERROR ANALYSER
PATTERN GEN.
ECT
MAIN
EXTENSION
ODU
ODU
I/O
Remote Station
TributaryLOOPBACK
ODU
ODU
Figure 74 - Test bench for hop stability test (1+1 additional material in dotted line)
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9.6. NE integration tests
9.6.1. NMS Radio side acquisition
Purpose: Verify Via CT the remote NE RF side acquisition
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

NE Radio side acquisition has been already performed during the Turn Up (commissioning - phase 1).
Report to chapter 13.1.for more details.
9.6.2. NMS Line side acquisition (if foreseen in the plant documentation)
Purpose: Verify Via CT the remote NE line side acquisition
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU



Direction 2
V11
G703
Main IDU Direction 2
Local Station (Station A)
ECT
ECT
Toward station B
ODU
OR
Com 1
Com 1
Main IDU facing station B
ODU
Figure 75 - Test bench for NMS Line side acquisition

N.B: A transfer cable must be placed between the two main IDUs G703 or V11 connectors.
On both IDUs, the NMS line side access must be enabled:
CT Configuration Network Configuration IP Configuration IP Point to Point Configuration
Select V11 interface or G703 interface (depending of the transfer cable used) and the required routing.
Select enable Apply
The IP address of the line side remote NE should appear in the remote address field.
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Connect the CT to the IDU facing Station B
Start the 1320 CT application.
Right click on each NE icon and select Start supervision, or Supervision Start
Since the NMS RF side NE acquisition has already been performed, both local and remote NE of the hop
currently under commissioning are visible.



Figure 76 - NES window local NE

Right click on the first line Map sample (or click on Map sample and select NE Directory) and
choose create SNMP NE. The following window will prompt




Figure 77 - Create NMS Line side NE in the CT map

Write the local IP address of Main IDU direction 2 in the TCP/IP Adress field and the port number in the
TCP/IP Port field (typically: 161), then click OK.


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The newly created NE (direction 2) will appear in the CT map as shown below.
Right click on direction 2 NE icon and select Start supervision, or Supervision Start


Figure 78 - NMS Line side NE monitoring in the CT map

Check that Direction 2 NE responds correctly to supervision:
Right click on the NE icon and select Show equipment, or Supervision Show equipment

Report about the NE line side acquisition functionality into the TRS.


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9.6.3. EOW line side call (if foreseen in the plant documentation)

Direction 2 Direction 1
AUDIO 1
AUDIO 2
Main IDU Direction 2
Local Station
ECT
ODU ODU
OR
Main IDU Direction 1
OFF ON
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9

#
*
0
TPH
TPH
OFF ON
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9

#
*
0


Figure 79 - Test bench for EOW line side functionality test


Make a call from IDU direction 1 to IDU direction 2 or any remote station in Direction 2:
A transfer cable must be placed between the two main IDU(s) Audio 1 or Audio 2 connector
Check that the line is free on both Main IDU(s) (green EOW LED is on).
On IDU direction 1:
1. Check that the line is free (green EOW LED is on).
2. Handset OFF/ON switch to ON.
3. On keypad, press # to engage line.
4. Check that the EOW LEDs turn to yellow (as well as on the IDU direction 2)
5. On keypad, dial the two-digit number of the IDU direction 2 or any remote station in direction 2.
6. Ring tone is audible in the handset.

On IDU direction 2 (or in the remote station in direction 2 which is called):
7. Yellow EOW LED is flashing and the IDU is emitting a ring tone.
8. Connect handset to IDU, set ON/OFF switch to ON, press # on keypad. Speak.

Switch off the handsets to finish the call.

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9.6.4. Housekeeping alarms setting and testing (if foreseen in the plant documentation)
Note: This tests should be performed only in specific sites requested by the Customer.

Purpose: Configure and test Via CT the housekeeping external alarm inputs
Required Instruments: PC with test software
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU
Six alarm inputs are available to monitor either Relay contact or open collector type external alarms.
CT Views External Points
In the left window INPUT CPI 1 to CPI 6
In the lower right window User Label Write the suitable name for the current alarm.
Polarity Configure if the alarm must show when closed or opened
Alarm Profile Primary Alarms (by default)


Figure 80 - Input housekeeping external alarm configuration

Testing the external alarms monitoring:

Assuming that CPI 1 is configured in Active Closed polarity:

Place a hardware loop on the station DDF between CPI 1 access point (Sub D pin 6) and GND point
(Sub D Pin 10). See connection point description in Annex B.
Verify in the CT External points view that CPI 1 is showing an alarm.
Repeat with CPI 2 to 6.
Report about the House keeping input alarms acquisition into the TRS.
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Purpose: Configure and test the housekeeping equipment alarms outputs
Required Instruments: PC with test software and Multi-meter (loop tester)
Procedure: Connect CT to IDU

- Three alarm outputs are dedicated to fixed equipment general alarms: IDU, ODU 1 and SPARE ODU.

- Four alarm outputs CPO 1 to 4 can be configured either as equipment alarm or manual remote control:

CT Views External points
In the left window OUTPUT CPO 1 to CPI 4
In the lower right window User Label Write a name for the current equipment or remote control alarm
Polarity Configure if the contact must be closed or opened when active

To use the relevant Alarm output as a manual remote control:
Criteria Manual Apply

Then, to activate the remote control External State On Apply

To use the relevant Alarm output as an automatic equipment alarm:
Criteria Automatic
Select in the Event scroll list the equipment alarm to be associated
Apply



Figure 81 - Output housekeeping equipment alarm configuration
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Testing a remote control alarm Output:

Connect a multi-meter (loop tester mode) between CPO 1 access point (Sub D pin 4) and the
Common wire point (Sub D pin 9). See connection point description in Annex B.

CT Views External points
In the left window OUTPUT CPO 1
In the lower right window Polarity Active Closed.
Criteria Manual Apply
External State On Apply
Loop tester must detect a loop (close circuit).

In the lower right window External State Off Apply
Loop tester does not detect anymore loop (open circuit).

Repeat with CPO 2 to 4.
Report about the House keeping Output alarms detection into the TRS.






10. COMMISSIONING STATION B - PHASE 2 (ACCEPTANCE TEST)

Repeat in Station B all the tests performed in Station A except the Hop Stability Test that has to be run only
one time for the full hop.

Fill a second Test Result Sheet for Station B


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ANNEXES

Annex A Antenna alignment
A.1. Pole mounting structure and tuning

A.1.1. Vertical alignment




Figure 82 Stretching screw (3CC14292AAAA)


A
F1 F2
F3
B


Figure 83 - Integrate pole mounting screws for Vertical alignment

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Vertical tuning:
The vertical (or elevation) fine tuning system offers a maximum range of 25 degrees.

+ 25
- 25
0






Only two screws among F1, F2 and F3 are placed depending on the suitable final elevation angle:
For a final elevation angle between 5 degrees and + 5 degrees, put the screws F1 and F3.
For a final elevation angle between +5 degrees and + 25 degrees, put the screws F1 and F2.
For a final elevation angle between 5 degrees and 25 degrees, put the screws F2 and F3.
In any of the three cases above, proceed the following to fine tune the antenna in elevation:
1) Insert the tool of Figure 82 Stretching screw (3CC14292AAAA) for fine pointing in position (B)
2) Loosen the axis screw (A), release the two locking screws (F), and then tune the turnbuckle (B) with the
appropriate spanner while monitoring the received level.
3) When the maximum received level has been reached, tight the locking screws (F), then the axis screw (A).
4) Remove the tool (B)

Advice: to proceed to a 25 wide range tuning:
1) Put only the locking screw F2.
2) Loosen the axis screw (A), release the locking screw F2, then tune the turnbuckle (B) with the
appropriate spanner while monitoring the received level.

3) When the maximum received level has been reached, look what holes are visible and establish the
relevant screws configuration F1 +F3 or F1 +F2 or F2 +F3.

4) Tight everything.

Proceed to the horizontal tuning.
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A.1.2. Horizontal alignment


C
D
E



Figure 84 - Integrated pole mounting screws for Horizontal alignment

Horizontal tuning:

1) Loosen the two U bolts (E) just enough to permit the pole mounting to turn around the pipe. Align
the best as possible the pole mounting in the direction of the remote station with the help of a
compass if the remote station is not visible, at sight if the remote station is visible. With the link up,
optimize the pointing by monitoring the received level, with the Light Service Kit cable and a
voltmeter (see after).

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A.2. Light service kit cable operative information
This cable permits to connect a multi-meter to the ODU in order to visualize the received level while tuning
the antenna.



Figure 85 Light service kit cable
Connector use:
- (A) LEMO connector, to be plugged into LEMO connector on ODU
- (B) LEMO connector, for future use.
- (C) and (D) banana plugs: output is a 0 to +3V DC voltage proportional to the radio Rx field. During
equipment lineup, it is possible through a voltmeter to easily point the antenna until the measured voltage
is the maximum, corresponding to the maximum radio Rx field.
- (E) RS232 connector, for ALCATEL internal use only.
Rx level can also be measured through Craft Terminal.

E
N.B. : LEMO wire 6 = ground
G View
2 3
B A
D
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1 4
6 7
10 9
12
5
11
8
C D
A B
E
Red
Black
1
F
1
G
F View
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Annex B Maintenance procedures (troubleshooting and unit replacement)
You can find detailed relevant instructions in sections MAINTENANCE of the Technical Handbook and
Operators Handbook.
Summary information in this handbook is given in:
para.4.1.1 - IDU Main Unit LEDs summary on page 18
para.4.2.1 - IDU Extension Unit LEDs summary on page 22
para.B.1 - Craft Terminal alarm and status indications on page 106





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B.1. Craft Terminal alarm and status indications
Indication / Description Meaning/Maintenance
Critical alarm Synthesis of alarms having a critical severity level. Immediate
troubleshooting is required.
Major alarm
(Urgent)
Synthesis of alarms having a Major severity level. Immediate
troubleshooting is required.



Minor alarm
(Non urgent)
Synthesis of alarms having a Minor severity level. This indication does
not require a prompt attention and a deferred intervention can be
scheduled.

CRI
0

MAJ
0
Warning alarm Synthesis of alarms having a Warning severity level. This indication
does not require a prompt attention and a deferred intervention can be
decided.
Indeterminate alarm Synthesis of alarms having an Indeterminate severity level.

MIN
0

WNG
0
External Point Housekeeping Alarm synthesis.
Check the relevant station external alarm input.
Equipment alarm Synthesis of alarms of the equipment Domain.
Transmission alarm Synthesis of alarms of the Transmission Domain.
Green : The craft terminal has the (OS) permission to manage the NE

IND
0

EXT
0

EQP
0

TRS
0

Local access state
Cyan :
The craft terminal has not the (OS) permission to manage the
NE
Green : Communication between NE and Craft Terminal is Enabled
Communication
Red : Communication between NE and Craft Terminal is Disabled
Green : NE is under (OS) supervision



COM

Supervision state
Brown : NE is not under (OS) supervision
Alignment Alignment between the MIB in the SH and the equipment MIB.
Green : NE is not manage by (OS)
Operating System
Cyan : NE is manage by (OS)
Green :
NTP enabled with both NTP server (Main & Ext.) not
reachable
Brown : NTP disabled

Network Time
Protocol
Cyan : NTP enabled with at least on NTP server reachable
Green : Normal operating condition
Abnormal condition
Cyan : Abnormal operating condition (manual operation) detected

ALI

SUP

OS

AC

NTP
Table 6 - Craft Terminal alarms and status indications
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Craft Terminal general alarms description and probable causes

Alarm Meaning Maintenance Action

Link Identifier Mismatch

Received code is not matching
with the expected one

Check the consistency between transmitted and
received codes in both stations.
If the configuration is consistent, investigate any
frequency interference.

Replaceable Unit Problem

Problem on a replaceable Unit

Replace the Unit

Replaceable Unit Type
Mismatch

Mismatch between the installed
unit and its software configuration

Adjust the unit software configuration on unit
specs, or change the unit.

Internal communication
problem

ODU not responding

Press the Reset pushbutton on the Main IDU. If
the alarm remains, replace the ODU.

Cable LOS

Problem on the IDU/ODU link
cable or on the ODU itself.

Check the cable (disconnected, loose connection,
cut, short circuited, defective connector etc)
If the alarm remains, change the ODU.

Incompatible Frequency

Frequency configuration setting
incompatible with the ODU specs

Adjust the frequency setting with the ODU
frequency range or change the ODU.

Incompatible PTx

(ODU) Output power out of range

Replace the ODU

Tx fail

(ODU) Transmitter failure

Replace the ODU

Dem fail

(ODU) Demodulator failure

Replace the ODU

Mod fail

(ODU) modulator failure

Replace the ODU

Loss of signal

(IDU) Signal missing at tributary
level


Check the tributary wiring and verify the presence
of a consistent signal.

AIS

(IDU) Alarm Indication Signal
detection on the relevant tributary
in transmission or reception side.

Check the tributary wiring and verify the presence
of an incoming signal in the local station (for a TX
AIS) and in the remote station (for a RX AIS)


Loss of frame (ODU) Loss of incoming frame at
the antenna level.

Check the received level.
Check the remote station Tx path first.
Check the local station Rx path.

Rx Fail No RF received level
Check the antennas alignment & connection to
ODU
Replace defective hardware part if any.

High / Low BER High / Low Bit Error Rate at Rx
side
Check the received level.
Check the remote transmit path and the local
receive path (Soft configuration and hardware part).
Investigate any frequency interference.
Replace defective hardware part if any.

Version Mismatch Mismatch between the CT
software version and the
equipment software version.
Download the new software version.
Table 7 - Craft Terminal general alarms description and probable causes
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1. SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND CABLING VISUAL INSPECTION....................................................... 6
1.1. INDOOR System installation and cabling visual inspection................................................................. 6
1.2. OUTOOR System installation and cabling visual inspection............................................................... 7
2. RADIO CONFIGURATION SUMMARY.................................................................................................... 8
3. RADIO POWER SETTING AND MEASUREMENT ................................................................................. 9
4. RADIO FUNCTIONNALITY TEST.......................................................................................................... 10
5. NETWORK ELEMENT CONFIGURATION............................................................................................ 11
6. NETWORK ELEMENT INTEGRATION TEST ....................................................................................... 12
7. HOP STABILITY TEST........................................................................................................................... 13
SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST PROTOCOL ...................................................................................... 15
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Configuration : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date : . . . . / . . . / . . .

1. SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND CABLING VISUAL INSPECTION
1.1. INDOOR System installation and cabling visual inspection


INDOOR INSTALLATION VISUAL INSPECTION CHECK OK NOK
Check Rack allocation according to the station layout
Check Sub-Rack allocation according to the station layout
Check Rack and Sub racks Ground connections
Check TRU or Other Power Supply distributor position and connection
Check Power Supply protection circuit breakers values
Check E1/DS1 1 to 8 cabling and labelling on station DDF
Check E1/DS1 9 to 16 cabling and labelling on station DDF
Check E3/DS3 cabling and labelling on station DDF
Check IDUs interconnections (1+1 only)
Check Service Channel cabling and labelling on DDF (If foreseen by plant doc.)
Check House keeping alarm cabling and labelling on DDF (If foreseen by plant doc.)
Check NMS supervision Channel interconnection (If foreseen by plant doc.)
Check EOW Audio Channel interconnection (If foreseen by plant doc.)

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1.2. OUTOOR System installation and cabling visual inspection


OUTDOOR INSTALLATION VISUAL INSPECTION CHECK OK NOK
Check Antenna(s) position according to the plant documentation
Check Antenna(s) Polarisation according to the Plant documentation
Check ODU(s) and pole mounting position according to the plant documentation
Check Antenna(s) EMF warning labelling presence
Check ODU(s) Cable connection waterproofing with rubber tape
Check ODU(s) Grounding
Check IDU/ODU Cable(s) Grounding
Check ODUs RF Coupler Grounding (1+1 configuration only)
Check Antenna(s) Grounding (Non integrated Antenna only)
Check Flex twist connection (Non integrated Antenna only)



Antenna 1 Antenna 2
Polarisation
Diameter


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2. RADIO CONFIGURATION SUMMARY

Software Key Information
Key Number : Key Code :
NE Parameters and Frame Configuration
Type :
Market : Impedance :
Capacity : Modulation :
Link identifier configuration (optional)
Enabled Disabled Expected : Sent :
Overhead configuration
User Service Channel Type :
EOW Phone Number
Automatic Restoration Criteria
MUX/DEMUX Protection : Revertive Not Revertive
HST TX Protection : Revertive Not Revertive
RADIO Protection : Revertive Not Revertive
Emission and Reception Frequencies
Channel 1 Channel 0
TX Frequency (KHz)
RX Frequency (KHz)

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3. RADIO POWER SETTING AND MEASUREMENT


Tx Power Parameters ATPC Off
Channel 1 Channel 0
Tx nominal power (dbm)
Tx power (dbm)

Tx Power Parameters ATPC ON
Channel 1 Channel 0
Tx nominal power (dbm)
ATPC Range PTX Min Value (dbm)
ATPC Range PTX Max Value (dbm)
ATPC Rx Threeshold Low Power (dbm)

TX and RX Power measurement (with CT)
Channel 1 Channel 0
Expected TX power (dbm)
TX power reading (dbm)
Calculated RX level (dbm)
RX level reading (dbm)



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4. RADIO FUNCTIONNALITY TEST

Channel Protection Switching
Protection level Channel 1 (Forced) Channel 0 (Lockout)
Radio Protection OK NOK OK NOK
HST Tx Protection OK NOK OK NOK
Mux/Demux Protection OK NOK OK NOK
Loopback Tests
Location Point Channel 1 Channel 0
Near End Tributary OK NOK OK NOK
Near End IDU Cable OK NOK OK NOK
Near End ODU Cable OK NOK OK NOK
Near End RF OK NOK OK NOK
Far End Tributary OK NOK OK NOK
Point to point BER loop Test
Access Duration Channel 1 Channel 0
E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 (1 min. each) OK NOK OK NOK
64 Kbit/s Service Ch. (10 min.) OK NOK OK NOK
Ethernet Ch. (optional) (10 min.) OK NOK OK NOK
E1/DS1 or E3/DS3 alarm Loss Signal indication OK NOK OK NOK
EOW Phone call
Channel 1 Channel 0
Calling the Radio Remote Station OK NOK OK NOK

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5. NETWORK ELEMENT CONFIGURATION

Local NE IP Address
IP Address :
OSPF AREA Configuration
AREA ID ( 0 - 3 ) IP Address
Stub Flag IP Mask
NMS IP Point to Point Interface Configuration
Interface Status Remote IP Address OSPF
NMS V11 Enabled Disabled
NMS G703 Enabled Disabled
NMS Radio Side Enabled Disabled
Ethernet (OS) configuration
Enabled Disabled IP Address
IP Routing IP Mask


IP static routing configuration
Host Network IP Address
IP Mask
Default Gateway IP Address
Point to Point Interface Index RF V11 G703


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6. NETWORK ELEMENT INTEGRATION TEST


NMS radio side NE Acquisition
Expected Functionality Channel 1 Channel 0
Supervising with CT the Radio Side remote Station OK NOK OK NOK
Line Side functionality (Only if foreseen by Plant Doc.)
Supervising with CT a Line Side remote Station OK NOK
Calling with EOW a Line side Remote Station OK NOK
House keeping Input alarms acquisition (Only if foreseen by Plant Doc.)
Alarm / User label Acquisition on CT Alarm / User label Acquisition on CT
CPI 1 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
CPI 4 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
CPI 2 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
CPI 5 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
CPI 3 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
CPI 6 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK
House keeping Output alarms Detection (Only if foreseen by Plant Doc.)
Alarm / User label Detection Alarm Detection
CPO 1 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK Fail IDU OK NOK
CPO 2 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK Fail ODU CH#1 OK NOK
CPO 3 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
OK NOK Fail ODU CH#0 OK NOK
CPO 4 /. . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7. HOP STABILITY TEST

2 hours BER Loop test on one tributary without error OK NOK

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CONFIGURATION : 94 AWY....

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8. THRESHOLD TABLES
Please refer to the 9400AWY Technical Handbook to retrieve updated information you may need, in
particular:
Chapter TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS, for all technical characteristics like:
Transmitted Power at antenna port (ETSI & ANSI)
ETSI System Characteristics and BER intrusive thresholds
ANSI System Characteristics and BER intrusive thresholds

Chapter ODU AND ANTENNA CONFIGURATIONS, PART LISTS AND PROVISIONING, for
detailed information regarding ODU Part Numbers and related frequency shifters and frequency
bands.

To easily find such information, or any other information you may need (and that is not included in this
handbook), please refer to the document Documentation Quick Guide accessible from the CD-ROM MAIN
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