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1. Safety Warning

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Both lethal and dangerous voltages may be present within the products used herein. The user is strongly advised not to wear conductive jewelry while working on the products. Always observe all safety precautions and do not work on the equipment alone.

The equipment used during this course may be electrostatic sensitive. Please observe correct anti-static precautions.

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Course Outline

About This Course

Section 1. Product Overview

Course outline

Module 1. Introduction

Technical support

Module 2. Architecture

Course objectives

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Course Objectives
Course Objectives

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Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

Configure and manage the 9500MPR

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Conventions used in this guide

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Self-assessment of Objectives

Contract number :

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Course title :

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1.1 Classification of the New Generation Products

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1.5 Packet Node

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2 MPR in New Market Segments

 

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2.1 The Most Effective Solution

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2.2 MPR-e Enabling Zero-Footprint Microwave Configurations

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2.3 MPR in Last Mile

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2.4 LTE and Full Ethernet 3G Ready

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1.1 Classification of the New Generation Products

Alcatel-Lucent microwave product acronyms are derived as follows:

microwave product acronyms are derived as follows: 9 9 5 5 0 0 0 0 MPR

99 55 00 00

MPRMPR

R = Radio Means radio Frequency Band P = Packet product M = Microwave 5
R = Radio
Means radio
Frequency Band
P = Packet
product
M = Microwave
5 for Radio Cross-Connect

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1.2 Presentation

ALU 9500 MPR, currently is the best combination of features/prices in the Backhauling environment (from
ALU 9500 MPR, currently is the best combination of features/prices in the
Backhauling environment (from Last Mile to Metro Networks)
Backhauling Backbone Last Mile Aggregated Link Metro Microwave Microwave Microwave for BSC backbone BTS Node
Backhauling
Backbone
Last Mile
Aggregated Link
Metro
Microwave
Microwave
Microwave for
BSC
backbone
BTS
Node B
RNC
9400AWY
9400AWY

9400 family

9600 family

backbone BTS Node B RNC 9400AWY 9400 family 9600 family 9600USY 9500 MXC 9600LSY 9500MPR 9500MXC
backbone BTS Node B RNC 9400AWY 9400 family 9600 family 9600USY 9500 MXC 9600LSY 9500MPR 9500MXC

9600USY

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Node B RNC 9400AWY 9400 family 9600 family 9600USY 9500 MXC 9600LSY 9500MPR 9500MXC 9500 MPR

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2 4 4,7 9600LSY 6L 6U MDR 8000 7 8 10 11 13 9500MPR 6L
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MDR 8000
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Frequency
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Trunking platforms

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1.2 Presentation [cont.]

The 9500 MPR innovative solutions mainly are:

Multiservice aggregation layer:

the capacity to use Ethernet as a common transmission layer to transport any kind of traffic, independently by the type of interface. Ethernet becomes the convergence layer. Service awareness:

traffic handling and quality management, queuing traffic according to the type of service assigned, independently by the type of interface Packet node:

no service aggregation limits with all traffic aggregated in packets, in term of: capacity, type of service requirements and type of interface Service-driven adaptive modulation:

fully exploit the air bandwidth in its entirety by changing modulation scheme according to the propagation availability and allocate transport capacity, discriminating traffic by different services, only possible in a packet-based environment

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1.3 Multiservice Aggregation Layer

Access network Any TDM/Ethernet interfaces

Packet Backhaul network

network Any TDM/Ethernet interfaces Packet Backhaul network Ethernet aggregation layer GSM Aggregated traffic 2G
network Any TDM/Ethernet interfaces Packet Backhaul network Ethernet aggregation layer GSM Aggregated traffic 2G

Ethernet aggregation layer

GSM Aggregated traffic 2G over Ethernet nxE1 ISAM, WiMAX Ethernet nxE1 3G HSDPA Voice on
GSM
Aggregated traffic
2G
over Ethernet
nxE1
ISAM, WiMAX
Ethernet
nxE1
3G
HSDPA
Voice on R99
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Single technology throughout the network: Ethernet as convergence layer

TDM networking

Packet networking

as convergence layer TDM networking Packet networking Stacking Converging Maximizing the available bandwidth 1 —

Stacking

Converging

Maximizing the available bandwidth
Maximizing the available bandwidth

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9500 MPR aggregates and carries over a COMMON PACKET LAYER: TDM 2G, 3G, SDH and IP/Ethernet. This allows sharing of common packet transmission infrastructures, regardless of the nature of carried traffic.

Due to the nature of Ethernet, each service can be discriminated based on several parameters like quality of service.

Mapping different access technologies over Ethernet is achieved by standardized protocols like circuit emulation and pseudo-wire.

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1.4 Service Awareness

SERVICE CLASSIFICATION: Voice, Broadband INPUTS : Any interfaces (E1, Ethernet) PACKETIZATION PROCESSING:

TDM Standard CEoEth [MEF8] SDH ATM Standard PWE3 Ethernet Native

CEoEth [MEF8] SDH ATM Standard PWE3 Ethernet Native SERVICE AGGREGATION and OVERBOOKING : Service aggregation
CEoEth [MEF8] SDH ATM Standard PWE3 Ethernet Native SERVICE AGGREGATION and OVERBOOKING : Service aggregation

SERVICE AGGREGATION and OVERBOOKING:

Service aggregation using statistical multiplexing, obtaining dramatic band reduction

Constant Constant bit bit rate rate services services Revenue Revenue based based on on real-time
Constant Constant bit bit rate rate services services
Revenue Revenue based based on on real-time real-time
High Priority Queue;
Guaranteed bit rate
communication communication
Voice, Video Telephony
Variable Variable bit bit rate rate services services
Low Priority Queue;
Remaining bit rate
Revenue Revenue based based on on access access
to to contents contents
HiSpeed @, VideoD & Gaming
to to contents contents HiSpeed @, VideoD & Gaming SERVICE QUALITY MANAGEMENT : Service scheduler queuing

SERVICE QUALITY MANAGEMENT:

Service scheduler queuing packets according to the quality of service assigned. HIGH for real-time traffic, LOW for Broadband

Decoupling access technology from transport technology: manage services
Decoupling access technology from transport technology: manage services

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Service awareness means the ability to discriminate the different traffic types carried over the converged Ethernet stream. Our traffic flow can be composed by E1s, STM-1, ATM and/or IP/Eth, coming from different sources, and therefore having different requirements. For instance ATM traffic from a 3G base stations can carry voice (high priority, real time service) and data (lower priority and possibly non real time with high variability load, such as internet browsing, music download or video streaming).

Service awareness is what allows identifying the traffic types, and in case of the non real time variable bit rate one, optimize the band with overbooking of the radio scarce resource.

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1 Understanding the 9500MPR Innovations 1.5 Packet Node Address new data services in the best way:
Address new data services in the best way: packet natively
Address new data services in the best way: packet natively

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9500 MPR offers a SINGLE PACKET MATRIX able to switch, aggregate and handle any of the possible incoming traffic types with virtually no capacity limits (up to 10 GBps).

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1.6 Service-driven Packet Adaptive Modulation

Guarantee 100% Mobile 9500 MPR
Guarantee 100%
Mobile
9500 MPR

2G,3G,4G

Modulation Guarantee 100% Mobile 9500 MPR 2G,3G,4G 9500 MPR Traffic with high priority will always have

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Traffic with high priority will always have bandwidth available, like voice (deterministic approach)

Broadband traffic is discriminated by QoS dynamically, with modulation scheme changes driven by propagation conditions

Fully exploit the air bandwidth for any access technology
Fully exploit the air bandwidth for any access technology

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1.7 Power Consumption Reduction

Adaptive modulation: To reduce power consumption, rethink network architecture • Increases the power efficiency
Adaptive modulation:
To reduce power consumption,
rethink network architecture
• Increases the power efficiency

Thanks to higher modulation schemes used in different MPR releases (see graph)

Reduces antenna size by 50%: Less visual impact

Nodal capability:

Reduces floor space by

impact Nodal capability: • Reduces floor space by Node consumption Througput per Watt (1+0 with mixed
Node consumption Througput per Watt (1+0 with mixed 6 Eth and 10xE1) 90 12 Cumulated
Node consumption
Througput per Watt (1+0 with mixed 6 Eth and 10xE1)
90
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125%
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-40%
70
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8
60
85%
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50
22%
6
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Ws/attbMp
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40
-40%
4
30
3
20
2
MPR
MPR
MPR
MPR
MPR
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R2.0
R2.1
R2.2
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Mpbs/Watt

50%*: Collapses 6 direction radio node into only 2 physical units

(*) Compared to last-generation TDM microwave platform in lab environment

Native packets at the air reduce power consumption and antenna size
Native packets at the air reduce power consumption and antenna size

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This true packet product is not based on TDM (circuit-based) technology, so it efficiently transports multimedia traffic by handling packets natively while still supporting legacy TDM. It also adapts packets to the air conditions and quality required by different service types. This product improves packet aggregation, increases bandwidth and optimizes Ethernet connectivity.

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1.8 Hybrid or Packet Mode: for Efficient Data Transport

9500 MPR is able to work in:

TDM or Hybrid mode ,

Enable mixed E1 and Ethernet Layer 2

Same simplicity in architecture, same operation, same performances and quality as any Hybrid/TDM microwave

Packet mode

Ethernet as convergence layer

Simplify and optimized use of infrastructure for any access technology

Common Hardware applicable for both mode

Simple upgrade of OS (through Network management) : from Hybrid OS to Packet OS.

9500 MPR offer Hybrid and Packet with single Hardware solution
9500 MPR offer Hybrid and Packet with single Hardware solution

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1.8 Hybrid or Packet Mode: for Efficient Data Transport [cont.]

Packet domain GbE MW radio SDH domain E1/STM-1/Eth Packet networking Mobile GigE handoff 2G,3G,4G GigE
Packet domain
GbE
MW radio
SDH domain
E1/STM-1/Eth
Packet networking
Mobile
GigE handoff
2G,3G,4G
GigE
TDM TDM
Eth
Converged
ATM ATM
9500
MPR
Eth
Private
ATM
Business office
9500 MPR
TDM
GigE
GigE
Native handoff
IMA/n x E1/T1
IMA/n x E1/T1
nxE1/T1
nxE1/T1
Eth
Fixed
DSL
ATM
9500
MPR
TDM
Phone

Network Management E2E Provisioning

9500 MPR can operate in Hybrid or Packet Mode with same hardware Enabling possibility for
9500 MPR can operate in Hybrid or Packet Mode with same hardware
Enabling possibility for smooth migration from Hybrid mode to Packet mode

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DSL

Digital Subscriber Line

E1

2.048 Mb/s interface

Eth

Ethernet

GigE

Gigabit Ethernet

IMA

Inverse Multiplexing over ATM

MPLS

Multiprotocol Label Switching

PDH

Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

T1

1.544 Mb/s interface

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1.9 Packet node: Minimizing Equipment at Each Site

Repeater site

9500 MPR 9500 MPR Access Access
9500 MPR
9500 MPR
Access
Access
Each Site Repeater site 9500 MPR 9500 MPR Access Access Hub site Access 9500 MPR MSS-8

Hub site

Access

Access 9500 MPR MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet
Access 9500 MPR MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet
Access 9500 MPR MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet

9500 MPR

MSS-8

Access 9500 MPR MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet
Access 9500 MPR MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet

Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet

Access 9500 MPR
Access
9500 MPR
MSS-8 Local traffic ATM, TDM, Ethernet Access 9500 MPR Protected or high-capacity backhaul link Up to
Protected or high-capacity backhaul link
Protected or
high-capacity
backhaul link

Up to 6 ODUs connected to a single subrack, with over 6 GB capacity throughput

Single packet matrix provides 16 GB switching capacity, with no need for an external switch

Any traffic mix in any direction, with no need to duplicate I/O cards

Nodal solution minimize equipment, reduce power consumption and cabling
Nodal solution minimize equipment, reduce power consumption and cabling

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I/O

input/output

MSS

Microwave Service Switch

ODU

outdoor unit

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2 MPR in New Market Segments

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2.1 The Most Effective Solution

Full outdoor

Split mount application

Networking and MW

Common ODU Dedicated system for full outdoor applications Nodal-IDU Point to point IDU
Common ODU
Dedicated system
for full outdoor
applications
Nodal-IDU
Point to point
IDU
P2p + external networking gear
P2p + external
networking gear

9500 MPR

MPLS networking gear

Today seldom used in mobile backhauling, mainly in WiMax/enterprise applications Represents the vast majority of the MW market

Today addressed with 2 boxes; MW + SDH/SONET gear, trend moving toward MPLS based technology

Current

Market

offering

-Hybrid solution TDM native quality --low cost ptp- Tree/star/spoke topology - Physical link protection (1+1)
-Hybrid solution
TDM native quality
--low cost ptp-
Tree/star/spoke topology
- Physical link protection (1+1)
-link availability 99.999
- Nodal configuration

Segments

Growth are

LTE driven

9500 MPR Release 2 : Multipurpose ODU, to address all applications
9500 MPR Release 2 : Multipurpose ODU, to address all applications

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2.1 The Most Effective Solution [cont.]

Multi purpose Microwave Radio Concept Single MW solution across multiple use Hybrid Stand Alone Nodal
Multi purpose Microwave Radio Concept
Single MW solution
across multiple use
Hybrid
Stand Alone
Nodal
Connectivity
Split-Mount
Integrated MW in
fiber Node
Any BS
Any CPE
NO IDU
MSS-1c
MSS-4/8
SAR/TSS
Optimize
Optimize
Optimize
E1 and Ethernet
Site
Fixed/Mobile
Optimize
Optimize
Ethernet Only
MPLS Node
Convergence
Microwave Nodal
Site
Site
Site
Carrier Carrier Ethernet Ethernet
MPLS MPLS

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2.2 MPR-e Enabling Zero-Footprint Microwave Configurations

9500 MPR-e
9500 MPR-e
Gigabit Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet MPT MPT
Gigabit Ethernet
Gigabit Ethernet
MPT
MPT
9500 MPR-e
9500 MPR-e
Gigabit Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet MPT MPT 9500 MPR-e Optimize IP/MPLS Route 9500 MPR-e Ethernet Only Site

Optimize

IP/MPLS Route

9500 MPR-e
9500 MPR-e

Ethernet Only Site

9500 MPR
9500 MPR

Nodal Site

MPR-e enable zero footprint configurations in Ethernet Only sites
MPR-e enable zero footprint configurations in Ethernet Only sites

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2.3 MPR in Last Mile

Up to 12 ODUs
Up to 12 ODUs

Up to 6 ODUs

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Extended 9500 MPR packet transport family to cover last mile access MSS-1c

Low cost, ½ rack length, Very low power consumption, MW radio protection, Hybrid & Packet operational modes

Multipurpose ODU the MPT; to cover all MW applications under a single platform

Zero foot print for Ethernet applications, common to all MSS platform, enables integrated solution for MPLS metro network

Introducing 9500 MPR-e stand-alone “full outdoor” Existing compatibility with 9500 MXC - Introducing backward compatibility to 9400 AWY to address existing hybrid deployments

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2.4 LTE and Full Ethernet 3G Ready

Traffic

From

Core

2.4 LTE and Full Ethernet 3G Ready Traffic From Core Voice, signalling, NMS, CBR Best Effort

Voice, signalling, NMS, CBR

Ready Traffic From Core Voice, signalling, NMS, CBR Best Effort classes Traffic Classification (CoS)

Best Effort classes

Traffic Classification (CoS)
Traffic
Classification
(CoS)

802.1p bits IPV4 DiffSerf IPV6 Diffserv VLAN-ID Ethertype MPLS Exp. bits

Scheduler

PACKET FRAGMENTATION
PACKET FRAGMENTATION
Guaranteed CPU throughput @ (core) Queue #8 4QAM HPQ+CAC Queue #7 Queue #6 RF Queue
Guaranteed
CPU
throughput @
(core)
Queue #8
4QAM
HPQ+CAC
Queue #7
Queue #6
RF
Queue #5
Radio
Framer &
Modem
Queue #4
DWRR
Queue #3
Queue #2
Queue #1
DATA AWARE PROCESSING
HPQ + Call Admission Control per radio direction is the only way to guarantee Voice
HPQ + Call Admission Control per radio direction is the only way to guarantee
Voice (high priority) performances

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2.5 From Current PDH/SDH Network to Packet Transport Network Evolution

PDH/SDH Network to Packet Transport Network Evolution Access Aggregation (tree, star) (ring/mesh) PDH/SDH/ETH
Access Aggregation (tree, star) (ring/mesh) PDH/SDH/ETH PDH/SDH/ETH NG-SDH NG-SDH Evolution
Access
Aggregation
(tree,
star)
(ring/mesh)
PDH/SDH/ETH PDH/SDH/ETH
NG-SDH NG-SDH
Evolution

Microwave

Microwave

Networking

Transmission

Solution

Solution

Microwave Microwave Networking Transmission Solution Solution
Microwave Microwave Networking Transmission Solution Solution

9500 MPR

9500 MPR-e

MSS

Solution Solution 9500 MPR 9500 MPR-e MSS MPT Current Mix of techno in the RAN Deploy

MPT

Current

Mix of techno in the RAN Deploy Packet Microwave In Hybrid Mode (9500 MPR) In the access connecting to existing SDH aggregation

MPR ) In the access connecting to existing SDH aggregation Packet Packet Microwave Microwave MPLS MPLS
MPR ) In the access connecting to existing SDH aggregation Packet Packet Microwave Microwave MPLS MPLS
Packet Packet Microwave Microwave MPLS MPLS E2E Circuit emulation/PW IP/MPLS IP/MPLS
Packet Packet
Microwave Microwave
MPLS MPLS
E2E Circuit emulation/PW
IP/MPLS IP/MPLS

Converge to a Pseudo Wire infrastructure Enable Packet Mode in Packet Microwave (9500-MPR) Deploy MPLS in the aggregation

Packet Microwave ( 9500-MPR ) Deploy MPLS in the aggregation IP/MPLS SAR Focus on MPLS aggregation

IP/MPLS

SAR

( 9500-MPR ) Deploy MPLS in the aggregation IP/MPLS SAR Focus on MPLS aggregation Integrated 9500

Focus on MPLS aggregation

Integrated 9500 MPR Microwave solution in IP/MPLS 7705 SAR nodes

9500 MPR and 9500 MPR-e in any network topology
9500 MPR and 9500 MPR-e in any network topology

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MPT MPT Mobile Antenna MPT or MPT Eth ODU300 or MSS 1c ODU300 TDM 9500
MPT
MPT
Mobile Antenna
MPT
or
MPT
Eth
ODU300
or
MSS 1c
ODU300
TDM
9500 MPR
MPT
MPT
Eth
MPT
Mobile Antenna
or
Eth
ODU300
9500 MPR
9500 MPR-e
MPT
or
MSS-8
ODU300
9500 MPR
Mobile Antenna
Eth
Eth
ATM
Packet Microwave
ATM
TDM
MSS-4
TDM
Mobile Antenna
9500 MPR
Hybrid, Packet and Full outdoor with a single product 9500 MPR

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Mobile Antenna 9500 MPR-e 9500 MPR-e Eth Ring/Partial mesh IP/MPLS Metro Network TDM 9500 MPR
Mobile Antenna
9500
MPR-e
9500
MPR-e
Eth
Ring/Partial mesh
IP/MPLS Metro Network
TDM
9500 MPR
Eth
IP/MPLS
Eth
9500
MPR-e
ATM
TDM
Mobile Antenna
7705
SAR-8
MW Access
Network
7705
SAR-18
7705
SAR-8
7705 SAR-8
7705-SAR single node solution for
MW and fiber aggregation rings. Can
be also used as access network hub
connected to the far end with as
9500 MPR node.
7705 SAR-M

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3.1 Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio

E1, STM-1, ATM-IMA and Eth No performance degradation
E1, STM-1, ATM-IMA and Eth
No performance
degradation

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9500 MPR radio system family supports, in a common platform,

PDH E1, SDH STM1, ATM-IMA traffic and packet data (Ethernet) applications.

Outdoor transceivers are available

in the frequency range from 6 GHz up to 38 GHz and 80 GHz.

For the Outdoor transceiver,

1+0 is the optimized configuration, with branching systems outside the ODU, 1+1 configuration is obtained with external dedicated mechanical arrangement.

is obtained with external dedicated mechanical arrangement. MSS-8 MSS-4 MSS-1c No IDU MSS-8 MSS-4 MSS-1c Zero-

MSS-8

MSS-4

MSS-1c

No IDU

MSS-8

MSS-4

MSS-1c

Zero-

 

(2U height)

(1 U height) (19” rack length)

(1U height) (half 19” rack length)

footpri

(19” rack

nt

length)

Up to 12 with ethernet cable

Up to 6 with ethernet cable

Up to 2 with ethernet cable

Ge

MPT

Up to 6 with coaxial cable

Up to 2 with coaxial cable

-

 

- ODU

300

Up to xx coaxial cable

Up to x with coaxial cable

-

 

- AWY

ODU

Up to x with coaxial cable -   - AWY ODU MPT AWY-ODU ODU 300 1

MPT

AWY-ODU
AWY-ODU
with coaxial cable -   - AWY ODU MPT AWY-ODU ODU 300 1 — 1 —

ODU 300

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Backward compatibility with hybrid installed base

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9500 MPR Microwave Packet Radio MPR-e Stand alone Three types of OutDoor Unit Three types
9500 MPR
Microwave Packet Radio
MPR-e
Stand alone
Three types of
OutDoor Unit
Three types of MSS
(Microwave Service Switch)
MSS-8
( 8 slots )
MPT
ODU 300
MSS-4
( 4 slots )
MPT
MSS-1c
( Terminal InDoor Unit )
AWY-ODU
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9500 MPR in the stand alone (zero-footprint) architecture is built by only one unit for Ethernet applications:

Outdoor Unit.

Outdoor Unit is connected to the MPLS metro networks equipment with one coaxial cable for the power supply and one Ethernet optical or electrical cable (with MPT).

9500 MPR in the split mount architecture is built by two separate units:

MSS (Microwave Service Switch): indoor unit for split mount and stand alone configurations (Ethernet uplink)

Outdoor Unit.

MSS and Outdoor Unit are connected with a single standard coaxial cable (with ODU300 or AWY ODU) or with one coaxial cable for the power supply and one Ethernet optical or electrical cable (with MPT).

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Link Aggregation Group (Radio/Ethernet):

Link Aggregation groups a set of ports so that two network nodes can be interconnected using multiple links to increase link capacity and availability between them. When aggregated, two or more physical links operate as a single logical link with a traffic capacity that is the sum of the individual link capacities. This doubling, tripling or quadrupling of capacity is relevant where more capacity is required than can be provided on one physical link. Link aggregation also provides redundancy between the aggregated links. If a link fails, its traffic is redirected onto the remaining link, or links. If the remaining link or links do not have the capacity needed to avoid a traffic bottleneck, appropriate QoS settings are used to prioritize traffic so that all high priority traffic continues to get through. The Link Aggregation is performed according to 802.3ad and can be applied to Radio ports and to User Ethernet ports.

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3.4 9500 MPR Node

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The 9500 MPR Node supports up to 6 RF links for operation on the same or different frequency bands using the MSS-8 Unit.

The ODU for each link is connected to plug-in card inside the site aggregator.

Other plug-in cards provide line interface access (TDM and native IP), management, and so on.

9500 MPR Node supports a mix of non-protected and protected or diversity operation for single link, repeater or star radio configurations.

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MSS-8
MSS-8

Local traffic

Highest switching capacity (16 Gb/s)

NxE1 TDM

and capacity throughput (>4 Gb/s) in

NxIMA ATM

the market, and E1 termination (up to

NxF/Gig Ethernet

192xE1s)

Operational modes Hybrid and packet mode

5x less space in nodal configuration (compared to traditional hybrid-only

Microwave trunk

nodes)

MSS-8: up to 12 ODUs

Operates as:

6x less power consumption in

MSS-4: up to 6 ODUs

6 directions packet node (compared to traditional hybrid systems)

Split mount Hybrid or packet node MSS-4 Commercial 9500 MPR 9500 MPR-e Item MSS-4/8 MSS-4/8
Split mount
Hybrid or packet node
MSS-4
Commercial
9500
MPR
9500 MPR-e
Item
MSS-4/8
MSS-4/8
MSS-8/-4
9500
MPR
9500 MPR
NE: 9500 MPR
NE: 9500 MPR

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Microwave Service Switch — 4/8 (MSS-4 / MSS-8)

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MSS-8

Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 7
Slot 8
Slot 9

Slot 1 reserved for Core-E Main Slot 2 reserved for Core-E Spare Slot 3 to 8 Universal (any Tributary unit or Modem unit or MPT Access unit) Slot 8 can be equipped also with AUX peripheral card Slot 9 reserved for FANS The cards belonging to a protected configuration must be installed on the same row (the Main card is on the left side, the Spare card is on the right side)

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Supports 6 Unprotected links or 1 Protected and 4 Unprotected links or 2 Protected and 2 Unprotected links or 3 Protected links

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Simplified block diagram of the MSS-8

9500 MPR Node [cont.] Simplified block diagram of the MSS-8 1 — 1 — 40 Product

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MSS-4

Slot 1

Slot 2

Slot 5

Slot 3

Slot 4

Slot 1 reserved for Core-E Main Slot 2 reserved for Core-E Spare Slot 3 and 4 Universal (any Tributary unit or Modem unit or MPT Access unit) Slot 4 can be equipped also with AUX peripheral card Slot 5 reserved for FANS In case of protected configuration the Main card is on the left side, the Spare card is on the right side.

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Supports 2 Unprotected links or 1 Protected link

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Simplified block diagram of the MSS-4

9500 MPR Node [cont.] Simplified block diagram of the MSS-4 1 — 1 — 42 Product

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MSS implements functionalities of grooming, routing, switching and protection, exploiting a packet oriented technology. The Core-E platform, with symmetrical cross-connection functions, manages different radio directions, with the possibility to add-drop tributaries in case of local TDM/Ethernet accesses. Core-E platform is based on packet technology (Ethernet Switch) with a generic interface serial GbEth between Core-E and peripherals The peripherals are independent modules connecting the Core-E to a set of different external interfaces, through a high speed serial bus. The available peripherals are:

32xE1 PDH access unit, ASAP access unit (ATM 16xE1), AUX peripheral unit STM-1 local access module Modem unit (to interface the ODU300) MPT Access card and MPT Access card with PFoE (to interface the MPT) AWY Access card (to interface the ODU AWY)

The TDM incoming traffic is converted into Ethernet packets and then sent to the Ethernet switch; the packet overhead is optimized before to be sent in the air.

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32E1/DS1 PDH access unit: provides the external interfaces for up to 32xE1 tributaries, manages the encapsulation/reconstruction of PDH data to/from standard Ethernet packets and sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from both Core-E modules; it contains the switch for the EPS Core-E protection and the DC/DC converter unit.

STM-1 local access module: provides the external interfaces for up to 2 electrical or optical STM-1 signals, manages the encapsulation/reconstruction of SDH data to/from standard Ethernet packets and sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from both Core-E modules; it contains the switch for the EPS Core-E protection and the DC/DC converter unit.

ASAP access unit: provides the external interfaces to transport 16xE1 ATM traffic, with E1/IMA physical layer, in an MPR network. ATM traffic is transported within MPR network as "special" Ethernet traffic. This "special" Ethernet traffic is managed by MPR following to RFC 4717 (IETF ATM PseudoWire EdgetoEdgeeEmulation, PWE3) with N-1 encapsulation format.

AUX peripheral unit: provides the external interfaces for Service Channels access and Housekeeping alarms.

Modem unit: this unit is used to interface the ODU300. It sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from both Core-E modules, manages the radio frame (on Ethernet packet form) generation/termination, the interface to/from the alternate Radio module (for RPS management), the cable interface functions to ODU; it contains the logic for the EPS Core-E protection, the RPS logic and the DC/DC converter unit.

MPT access card (with PFoE): this unit is used to interface the MPT. PFoE (Power Feed over Ethernet) is used to carry the power supply to the MPT-MC through an electrical Ethernet traffic connector.

AWY access card: this unit is used to interface the ODU AWY. It sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from both Core-E modules. It contains the logic for the EPS Core-E protection and the DC/DC converter unit.

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Stacking Configuration

description 3.4 9500 MPR Node [cont.] Stacking Configuration 1 — 1 — 44 Product Overview —

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To manage more directions the “Stacking configuration” can be realized by installing up to 3 MSS, interconnected through the Ethernet ports in the Core-E module. In the example of Figure are shown two interconnected MSS.

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Stacking Configuration [cont.]

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With the Core protection max. 2 MSS can be interconnected as shown in figure.

To implement this configuration the LOS alarm on the Ethernet ports must be enabled as switching criterion of the Core protection. To enable this alarm the “Ethernet LOS Criteria” feature has to be enabled.

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3.5 9500 MPR Terminal

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3 System Description 3.5 9500 MPR Terminal 1 — 1 — 46 Product Overview — Introduction

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The 9500 MPR Terminal supports up to 2 RF links for operation on the same or different frequency bands using the MSS-1c Unit.

The ODU for each link is connected to MSS-1c Unit inside the site aggregator.

9500 MPR Terminal supports non-protected and protected or diversity operation for single link radio configurations.

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MSS-1c Traditional point-to-point IDU (e.g., 9400 AWY IDU) Commercial Item
MSS-1c
Traditional
point-to-point IDU
(e.g., 9400 AWY
IDU)
Commercial
Item

Local traffic

50% space reduction compared to

4x F/Gig Ethernet

traditional terminal IDU in 1+0

10xE1

configuration

Operational modes

4x less space for MW radio

Hybrid and packet mode

protection with single ½ size IDU

Microwave trunk

7x more capacity then 64 Mb/s

2xMPT ODU connections (electrical/optical Ethernet)

(32xE1) traditional terminals

Operates as:

Point-to-point link Last mile/remote site for node MSS-1c MSS-1c MSS-1c MSS-1c MSS-8/-4 MSS-1c MSS-1c NE:
Point-to-point link
Last mile/remote site for node
MSS-1c
MSS-1c
MSS-1c
MSS-1c
MSS-8/-4
MSS-1c
MSS-1c
NE: 9500 MPR
NE: 9500 MPR

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Microwave Service Switch — 1 Terminal (MSS-1c)

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Packet Radio Solution for Tail

ODU300

ODU300

Cost effective solution Compact : 1U ½ rack size Fully part of MPR family Low power consumption (13 W)

Fully part of MPR family Low power consumption (13 W) MSS 8 MPT MPT MSS 8
Fully part of MPR family Low power consumption (13 W) MSS 8 MPT MPT MSS 8
MSS 8 MPT MPT
MSS 8
MPT
MPT

MSS 8MPR family Low power consumption (13 W) MSS 8 MPT MPT MPT MSS 8 MPT Eth

MPT MSS 8
MPT
MSS 8
MPT
MPT
Eth TDM
Eth
TDM
MSS 1c
MSS 1c
MSS-1c + MPT: Compact and Low Consumption Solution for Tail
MSS-1c + MPT: Compact and Low Consumption Solution for Tail

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MSS-1c Characteristics:

- 10 x E1 (hybrid “TDMtoTDM” and Packet Mode “TDMtoETH”)

- 4 GEthernet user ports

- Up to 2 MPT 1+0, 1+1, repeater configurations.

- L2 switch QoS (IEEE 802.1p), Diffserv, VLAN management.

- SynchE

- Housekeeping

- 2 ports for TMN chaining

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Simplified block diagram of the MSS-1c FAN unit connector Power Lightning PSU supply Protection HK
Simplified block diagram of the MSS-1c
FAN unit connector
Power
Lightning
PSU
supply
Protection
HK
PFoE
(not supported
in the current
release)
FPGA
8
E1 INTERFACE
MPT1 (opt. Int.)
8
E1
MPT2 (opt. Int.)
LIU
IWF
ETHERNET
MPT1 (elect. Int.)
2
SWITCH
MPT2 (elect. Int.)
2
E1
LCT
RJ45
NMS1
RJ45
MSS-1c
NMS2
RJ45
RADIO
INTERFACE

4x 10/100/1000

Ethernet ports

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MSS1-c platform:

symmetrical Cross-connection function able to manage different radio directions add-drop tributaries in case of local PDH/Ethernet accesses 2 x Electrical GbEth + 2 x Optical GbEth Peripherals 10 x E1 local access function (2 x Sub-D 37 pins) MPT Access function (to MPT)

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Compact IDU (MSS-1c) implements functionalities of grooming, routing, switching and protection, exploiting a packet oriented technology. The MSS-1c, with symmetrical cross-connection functions, manages different radio directions, with the possibility to add-drop tributaries in case of local PDH/Ethernet accesses. MSS-1c is based on packet technology (Ethernet Switch) with a generic interface serial GbEth between Ethernet Switch and peripherals The peripherals are independent functions inside the compact IDU (MSS-1c) connecting the Ethernet Switch to a set of different external interfaces, through a high speed serial bus. The available peripherals are:

10 x E1 local access function MPT Access function (to interface the Microwave Packet Transport) The PDH incoming traffic is converted into Ethernet packets and then sent to the Ethernet switch; the packet overhead is optimized before to be sent in the air.

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10E1/DS1 local access function: provides the external interfaces for up to 10xE1 tributaries, manages the encapsulation/reconstruction of PDH data to/from standard Ethernet packets and sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from Ethernet Switch.

MPT access function: this function is used to interface the Microwave Packet Transport (MPT). The interface to the MPT is a standard GbEth interface (electrical or optical). It sends/receives standard Ethernet packets to/from Ethernet Switch.

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ODU300 (Static Modulation) : Radio capacity, channelling and modulation

Channel

FCM Mode

ETSI Class

# E1 (TDM2TDM)

Ethernet Throughput (1518 bytes)

 

4

QAM

2

4

E1

9,3 Mbit/s

7 MHz

16

QAM

4

8

E1

19,9 Mbit/s

64

QAM

5

13

E1

30,5 Mbit/s

 

4

QAM

2

8

E1

19,9 Mbit/s

14

MHz

16

QAM

4

18

E1

41,1 Mbit/s

 

64

QAM

5

27

E1

62,3 Mbit/s

 

4

QAM

2

18

E1

41,1 Mbit/s

16

QAM

4

37

E1

83,6 Mbit/s

28

MHz

32

QAM

4

48

E1

107,3 Mbit/s

       
 

64

QAM

5

56

E1

126,1 Mbit/s

128

QAM

5

68

E1

151,7 Mbit/s

256

QAM

6

77

E1

172,0 Mbit/s

 

16

QAM

4

72

E1

161,0 Mbit/s

56

MHz

128

QAM

5

136

E1

304,7 Mbit/s

 

256

QAM

6

150

E1

335,9 Mbit/s

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The table summaries the relations among Radio capacity, channelling scheme and modulation (Static Modulation).

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ODU300 (Adaptative Modulation) : Radio capacity, channelling and modulation

Channel Spacing

ACM Mode

ETSI Class

# E1 (Note)

Ethernet Throughput (1518 bytes)

(TDM2TDM)

 

4

QAM

2

18

E1

41,1 Mbit/s

28

MHz

16

QAM

4

37

E1

83,6 Mbit/s

 

64

QAM

5

56

E1

126,1 Mbit/s

 

4

QAM

2

8

E1

19,9 Mbit/s

14

MHz

16

QAM

4

18

E1

41,1 Mbit/s

 

64

QAM

5

27

E1

62,3 Mbit/s

 

4

QAM

2

4

E1

9,3 Mbit/s

7 MHz

16

QAM

4

8

E1

19,9 Mbit/s

64

QAM

5

13

E1

30,5 Mbit/s

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Note:

The Admission Control for TDM flows (cross-connected to radio direction working in Adaptive Modulation) can be enabled or disabled.

When the Admission Control is enabled, the check is performed taking into account the capacity of the 4 QAM modulation scheme for the relevant Channel Spacing.

When the Admission Control is disabled, the check is performed taking into account the capacity of the highest modulation scheme for the relevant Channel Spacing (64 QAM for 4-16-64 QAM range or 16 QAM for 4-16 QAM range).

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3.7 Microwave Packet Transport What is MPT ?

It is a new multipurpose ODU to address any microwave application, extremely compact in size providing:

MPT MC up to 200Mbps MPT HC/MPT-HC V2 up tp 440Mbps MPT GC millimeter wave

MPT-xx can be deployed in stand-alone configuration (9500 MPR-e) or it can be deployed in split mount solution connected to any MSS-x IDU.

Up to 12 MPT connected to an MSS-8; highest density ever Up to 6 MPT connected to an MSS-4; highest density ever Up to 2 MPT HC/MC connected to MSS-1c

9500 MPR-e it is the stand alone, full outdoor application of the MPT xx to address full Ethernet site backhauling (fix or mobile alike). Deployed together with 7705SAR or 1850 TSS to address converged MPLS metro networks reducing the number of deployed equipment.

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Local traffic Gig Ethernet Single solution to operate as standalone and split-mount Microwave capacity Interconnect
Local traffic
Gig Ethernet
Single solution to operate as
standalone and split-mount
Microwave capacity
Interconnect Cable
MPT-GC up to 1 Gb/s
Millimeter wave
Gig Ethernet
CAT-5 electrical or optical
MPT-MC
Typical 157 Mb/s, 64-byte Ethernet 240 Mb/s
MPT-HC up to 530 Mb/s
Typical 350 Mb/s, 64-byte Ethernet 530 Mb/s
Operates as:
MPT
9500 MPR-e network element
stand-alone solution
9500 MPR network element
split-mount solution
Commercial
Item
MSS-1c
MSS-8/-4
NE: 9500 MPR-e
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MPT-HC/MPT-HC V2/MPT-MC : Radio capacity, channelling scheme and modulation (Static Modulation) (1/2)

Channel Spacing

FCM Mode

ETSI Class

# E1

Typical Ethernet Throughput (1518 bytes)

(MHz)

(TDM2TDM)

   

4

QAM

2

4

8,8 Mbit/s

 

16

QAM

4

9

19,4 Mbit/s

7

 

32

QAM

4

11

24,2 Mbit/s

 

64

QAM

5

13

29,6 Mbit/s

   

128

QAM

5

16

35,4 Mbit/s

256

QAM (NB3)

6

19

40,6 Mbit/s

   

4

QAM

2

9

19,9 Mbit/s

 

16

QAM

4

19

40,7 Mbit/s

14

 

32

QAM

4

23

50,3 Mbit/s

 

64

QAM

5

29

62,0 Mbit/s

   

128

QAM

5

34

73,5 Mbit/s

256

QAM (NB3)

6

41

86,7 Mbit/s