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SunSet SDHC Product Positioning. Juan Luis Másmela Botero Product Manager. Topics to be discussed. Trends at the access network New generation of test sets for the access network SunSet SDH : Applications and benefits Service Verification capabilities of SSSDH Competitive analysis
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Nightfall SDHC Product Positioning Juan Luis Másmela Botero Product Manager

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Topics to be talked about Trends at the get to organize New era of test sets for the get to network SunSet SDH : Applications and advantages Service Verification abilities of SSSDH Competitive examination SDHC evaluating : NU versus FU SDHC Road Map International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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SDH at the get to network International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Access Network : Trends Increasing interest of voice, information and video transmission requires higher data transfer capacity. STM-1 has gotten to be get to rate. Transmission of 63 2.048 Mbps tributaries is the most prominent application. Driven by GSM, GPRS and third era necessities. Expanding interest for higher transfer speed (STM-4) End to end mistake execution investigation Network administration capacities of SDH : Data correspondence channels (D1-D12), Orderwire (64 kbit/s voice channels) , User channels ADSL organization has expanded the request of SDH at the get to arrange as a physical layer for ATM cells transmission. Global Sales Seminar - June 2001

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New era of SDH test gear Handheld test hardware concentrated on field testing. Size and weight must be viewed as Transmission and administration check consolidated in a novel arrangement ATM testing : confirms end to end network. ADSL joins Pointer observing : confirms payload solidness inside SDH flag. Lessened cost for get to network test gear. Universal Sales Seminar - June 2001

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SunSet SDH at a Glance Serial Port Status LEDs Speaker 155M E/139M Dual 1.5M/2M 155M/622M Optical Ports 34M/45M/52M EXT CLK Backlit Color Display In Back: Two PCMCIA card spaces for programming overhauls and information stockpiling Microphone International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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SSSDH Left side Connectors CMI electrical interface : 139/155 Mbps. BNC connectors. Discretionary 1.6/5.6mm FCUPC, SCUPC connectors for single wavelength optical design LCUPC for Dual Wavelength optical setup. 1310nm Tx, 1550nm Tx, 1 Rx (1100-1600nm) International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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SSSDH Right side connectors External Clock input : NRZ signals (sine and square wave). 1.5/2M-L2 Rx for 1.544/.048 Mbps signals 75 ohms BNC connector for 34, 45 and 52 Mbps. Discretionary 1.6/5.6mm connectors. Double 1.544/2.048 Mbps adjusted interface. RJ45, 120 ohms connectors. Discretionary Bantam connectors International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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End to End trying Out of administration testing. Mistake execution examination per ITU-G.821, M.2101(Bringing into Service) SDH steering confirmation. Segment/Path Trace era/catch (J0, J1,J2 ) Generation of irregularities and deformities to confirm appropriate reaction of the system component Internal mapping of tributaries for end to end way testing SunSet SDH benefits Verifies way availability Out of administration Error execution examination fitting in with ITU-T. Test comes about capacity. Transferable to PC through serial port. (Windows HyperTerminal) SDH mistakes and cautions era International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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SDH MuxTest : ADM\'s, DXC\'s trying ADM OC-3/12 OC-3/12 SunSet SDH benefits STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 PDH 2,34, 139 PDH 2,34, 139 MuxTest : empowers two physical interfaces for testing the NE. High(SDH) and low rate(PDH) interfaces. SDH/PDH Anomaly/imperfection infusion SD OverHead disentangling Pointer Monitoring Frequency balance of tributary Error execution investigation ITU-T G.821, G.826. M.2100/01 Generation of PDH tributaries. Inner drop of PDH/T-transporter from STM-0/1/4 flag Errors/cautions era for appropriate operation of ADM, DXC Frequency counterbalance of tributary rate to stretch pointers In and out-of-administration testing International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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F J1 A1 A2 C1 B3 B1 E1 F1 C2 D1 D2 D3 H4 H1 H2 H3 G1 K1 K2 B2 F2 D5 D4 D6 Z3 D6 D9 D8 Z4 D10 D11 D12 Z5 Z1 Z2 E2 Z2 Troubleshooting Network\'s synchronization SunSet SDH benefits Reference Clock : 2.048 MHz or 2.048 Mbps reference signals . Clockslips and meander estimations in Unit Intervals SDH Overhead S1 byte unraveling in ASCII content arrangement Monitoring system\'s planning source (PRC\'s, SETS,..) Wander sign without utilizing costly and cumbersome analyzers Generation of STM-1/4 signals synchronized to Network\'s planning source Monitoring Quality of synchonization status by disentangling S1 byte International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Optical Interfaces Testing SunSet SDH benefits Different optical designs in view of short or whole deal applications : 1310nm Intermediate Reach : <15 Km 1310nm Long Reach : < 40 Km 1550nm Long Reach : < 80 Km Optical Power Indication. Optical immersion visual sign End to End testing. BER Testing. Optical Power sign. Blunder execution examination per ITU-T G.821 In-administration observing of optical interfaces. SDH OverHeac Decoding In-administration blunder execution analyis per ITU-T G.826, M.2101 International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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PDH Testing SunSet SDH benefits SDH/PDH/T-bearer Interfaces PDH/T-transporter examination 139M <- >34M, 139M <- >2M 34M <- > 2M 45M <- > 2M/1.5M In-administration observing of PDH connections at a 20 dB PMP Frequency estimation in Hz. Deviation in ppm Frame, unframe, organized mode testing Internal multiplexing/demultiplexing of low rate tributaries In-administration execution investigation per ITU-T G.826, M.2100 Error infusion. Caution era T-bearer testing. Organized mode is additionally accessible : 45M(1.5 or 2M payloads) International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Histograms SunSet SDH benefits Graphical show of PDH/SDH occasions with number of blunders/seconds. Histograms stockpiling at 16 Mbyte ATA PCMCIA card. Resolutions : Days, Hrs, Minutes and seconds Additional bargraph with synchronous show of blunders/cautions Monitor of pointer esteem and changes in graphical organization. Measures NE reaction to Pointer focusing on (G.783 pointer test groupings) Useful apparatus for long haul testing (24, 48 or 72 hrs) Date and time stamps for mistakes/cautions. Graphical show of blunders, cautions, pointer esteem and avocation International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Tributary Scan of PDH tributaries inside SDH motion In-administration : reports of alerts/mistakes in light of chain of importance Out-of-administration : Pass or Fail report of tributaries. Tx must be associated 80 segments printout report International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Enhanced SDH Overhead Control and Decoding Additional Features: DCC BER Testing (D1-D3, D-4-D12 bytes). PRBS designs. Orderwire talk/tune in (E1, E2 bytes) Enhanced Path/Section Trace era/identification THRU Mode (Rx=Tx) Expected Trace Data can be incapacitated, or set autonomous from Tx Trace profiles (up to 5 profiles for every byte (j0. J1, J2) Sections and Path OH Monitoring Trace era/catch S1 byte disentangling and control APS bytes (K1, K2) decipher and control International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Figure 2 APS Switching Timing SSSDH Feature and advantages Measures system\'s reaction to a disappointment Programmable door (time to hold up) Programmable Switch time confine (satisfactory APS timing for Network to pass) Triggered by MS-AIS or BIP blunders In-administration and out-of-administration estimation APS Switching ITU-T G.783 and G.841 characterizes APS convention SDH/SONETnetwork necessity Networks with APS rapidly respond to disappointments, minimizing lost movement, which minimizes lost income to administration suppliers Timing estimation alludes to the period for changing live activity to the reinforcement office International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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G.783 Pointer Test Sequences ITU-T G,783 Pointer Test Sequences Intend to create contrasts in stage between both closures of the way to instigate jitter in the tributary. Pointer Adjustments makes up for clock contrasts between SDH hubs because of loss of Ref, Clk, Noise, Freq. Balanced. Field testing : Pointer Monitoring, and change International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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52 Mbps Testing (STM-0) SWSDH-120 (51.840 Mbps) B3ZS line coding Mapping of 1.5M, 2M, 34M and 45M payloads OverHead bytes control and translating Pointer Monitoring and alteration Applications SDH Digital connections through 52M radios Physical interface for AU-3 yield International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Service Verification with SSSDH Perfect apparatus for Access Network. Right size, cost and set of UNIQUE FEATURES. GSM Voice and TRAU Access V5.1/V5.2 Monitoring Voice Frequency Testing ATM Testing IP end to end availability (2 finished testing) International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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GSM Testing GSM Voice and TRAU Access Monitor of 16kbit/s channels Bi-directional checking (UPLINK, DownLINK) Full Rate and Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) encoding GSM A-bis Protocol Decoding Requires SA720 ATA card International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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V5.1/V5.2 Testing V5.x Monitoring Monitor, catch and capacity of V5.x Layer 1,2 and 3 decoded messages Statistic examination (Layers 2 and 3) PRE Filtering V5.2 3C Paths Monitoring Simultaneous observing and catch of 3 timeslots International Sales Seminar - June 2001

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ATM testing abilities Integraded voice, information and video through ATM cells Growing requirement for testing ATM at the Access Network 1 st step: Physical Layer (STM-1/4, PDH) 2 nd step : ATM activity era 3 rd step :IP end to end availability. PING test. Universal Sales Seminar - June 2001

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Traffic Generation Transmit VCCs at the same time CBR (Constant Bit Rate), VBR (Virtual Bit Rate) (rt & nrt), ABR (Available Bit Rate), Sequential Cell, Circuit copying Quality of Service Measure VCCs all the while Cell number, rate, and transmission capacity Congested and Tagged cells Errored cells and CER Lost cells and CLR Misinserted cells and CMR HEC and nc-HEC mistakes Bit blunders and BER CTD and CDV ATM Features

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