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Standard Operation Procedure Of OptiX RTN 910

Installed in Cabinet & Commisionned

S300

DBS3900

Typical ScenarioOptiX RTN 910 Installed and Commissioned in Cabinet

The IDU is installed on the Huawei open rack which is in a shelter besides the tower
The DDF/DCDB/Rack/Pole are installed on site
The height of towers is 100~200 meters
Using in-house 0.3~1.2m antenna
Protection is 1+1 HSB
The 2 sites of the hop share the same configuration
The distance of the 2 sites between this hop is about 3 km

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ed in Cabinet

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Standard Installation Tools for Installation of Optix RTN910

Flathead screwdriver
(M3-M6)

Crosshead screwdriver
(M3-M6)

Diagonal plier

Paper knife

ESD-preventive glove

File

Wire cutter

Solid wrench

Adjustable wrench

Cable clamping knife


(for 120-ohm E1 cable)

Allen wrench

Ladder

Multimeter

Compass

Lifting hook

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Percussion drill
(for instalaltion on wall;
diameter: 10)

Cleaner

Torque wrench

Socket wrench

Telescope

Safty helmet

Camera

Claw hammer
(for installation on wall)

Crimper

Forfex

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n of Optix RTN910

ESD-preventive glove

Mark pen

Cable clamping knife


(for 120-ohm E1 cable)

Crimping pliers

Lifting hook

Lifting rope

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Telescope

Safety belt

Forfex

Level bar

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Standard Ins
1.1.1

1.2.1

1.3.1

Prepare for installation

Assemble the pole

0:00

0:10

0:10

0:25

Operator

BC

Operator

BC

Prepare for the


operations on the tower
0:25
0:50
Operator

BC

Start

1.1.2

1.2.2

1.3.2

1.4

Perform unpacking
inspection

Assemble the antenna

Install the hybrid


coupler

Install ODU

0:00

0:10

0:10

0:30

0:30

0:40

0:40

0:50

Operator

ADE

Operator

ADE

Operator

Operator

40

10
1.3.3
Assemble the outdoor
connectors for IF cables
0:30

0:45

Operator

AE

1.8.1

1.9.1

Lift and install the IF


cable

Connect the IF connectors


of the ODU, take
waterproof measures for
the IF connectors, and bind
the IF cables

1:40

1:55

1:55

2:30

Operator

BCE

Operator

1.9.2

1.11
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Ground the IF cables and


take waterproof measures
for the IF cables
1:55
2:45
Operator

1.8.2

2:45

CE

Operator

1.9.3

Install and wrap the E1


cable
1:45
2:10
Operator

Power on the equipm

Affix the labels


2:10

2:45

Operator

1.8.3

1.9.4

1.10

Route the indoor IF


cable

Install the power cable


of the equipment

Clean up the site

1:45

2:10

2:10

2:20

2:20

2:30

Operator

Operator

Operator

A/B/C/D/E 5 people will finish the implementation of the new site within 8 hours
The distance between the 2 sites is ignored
A/B are experienced on Microwave installation

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Standard Installation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910


1.5.1

1.6.1

Lift and install the


pole
0:50
1:15

Lift and install the antenna


ground ODU
1:15
1:40

Operator

(ADE)BC

(ADE)BC

Operator

1.5.2

1.6.2

1.7

Install the 19-inch rack

Install the DCDB

Install the IDU and DDF

0:50

1:15

1:15

1:35

1:35

Operator

ADE

Operator

ADE

Operator

1.14

Commissioning the antennaSite A

1.11

1.12

1.13

6:20

7:50

Operator

BD

1.14
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Power on the equipment

Perform per-NE
commissioning

Install Microwave
equipmentSite B

2:45

2:55

2:55

3:10

3:10

6:20

Operator

Operator

Operator

ABCDE

After finish installation of stie B, B/D


return to site A for commissioning the
antenna
BD

Operator

1.14
Commissioning the antennaSite B
6:20

7:50

Operator

ACE

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1.7
Install the IDU and DDF

1:45
ADE

1.15.1
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Perform self-check on the


installation and take photograph
7:50

8:00

Operator

BDCE

End

1.15.2
E1 loopback test
7:50

8:00

Operator

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Materials of OptiX PTN910 site

IDU subrack RTN910

IDU subrack RTN950

IDU subrack RTN980

ODU

Hybrid coupler

Antenna

Core end terminal

Cable ties

Waterproof mastic cement

Order wire telephone

IF cable

Power cable

Protection grounding

E1 cable

N-connector

Groud clip

Adhesive insulation tape

16mm ground cable

Captive nut

E1 cable

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te

Hybrid coupler

Panel screw

Order wire telephone

Crossover cable

N-connector

Lightning protection terminal

E1 cable

Panel screw

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series


1

No.

Working Process

1.1.1

Prepare for the installation.

Steps

2-A

Check the design documents ;


parabolic antenna installation manual(In packed box) ;

OptiX RTN 900 radio transmisssion system-IDU&ODU q

2-B

Design documents
3

Make the labels according to the requirement of H

Check installation condition(place of antenna\cabl


bar,hole,indoor environment ;

Tools (see tools card in this guide) .

6
7

Key Techniqu

1
2
3

Tools/Meter
1

Labels

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Materials
1
3
5

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

BC

10 min

epare for the installation.

Steps

esign documents ;

tenna installation manual(In packed box) ;

900 radio transmisssion system-IDU&ODU quick installation guide ;

abels according to the requirement of Huawei(optional)

allation condition(place of antenna\cable\IDU, power,cable rack,earth


door environment ;

ools card in this guide) .

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
3
6

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Materials
2
4
6

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series

No.

Working Process

1.1.2A

Perform the unpacking


inspection.
Steps

Check the ITEM number on the package with MR.Including t


tributary board, E1 cable and DDF.

2
3
4

MR

5
6
Key Techniques

Material for Indoor Installation


DDF
IF board
Tributary
board
IDU

During the process of transporting, handling, and installing th


parts or components do not collide with other objects, doors,

Forbid touching the surface of metal without painting with wet

Unpacked equipment and wrapper should be moved t

Tools/Meters
1
4

Paper knife

ESD gloves

Installation Materials

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E1
cable

Power
cable

Ground
cable

IDU accessory
packet

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series

No.

Working Process

1.1.2B

Perform the unpacking


inspection.
Steps

Goods for Outdoor Installation

ODU accessory case

Check whether the goods, including the antenna, ODU, ODU


consistent with the MR/packing list;

Check whether the diameter and frequency band of the anten


consistent with the design document.

3
4

ODU

Key Techniques

Check the frequency band of


the ODU

IF cable

Antenna

During the process of transporting, handling, and installing th


parts or components do not collide with other objects, doors,

Forbid touching the surface of metal without painting with wet

Unpacked equipment and wrapper should be moved t

Tools/Meters
1

Paper knife

ESD-preventive glove

Flathead screwdriv
(M3-M6)
Claw hammer

Installation Materials

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Check the diameter and


frequency band of the
antenna

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Operator

Operation Time

ADE

5 min

Steps

e package with MR.Including the IDU, IDU accessory package, IF board,


DDF.

Key Techniques

ting, handling, and installing the equipment, make sure that the spare
llide with other objects, doors, walls, or shelves.

metal without painting with wet or dirt glove

wrapper should be moved to indoor

Tools/Meters
ESD gloves

3
6

Installation Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

ADE

5 min

Steps

uding the antenna, ODU, ODU accessory box, and IF cable, are
g list;

nd frequency band of the antenna, the frequency band of the ODU are
ument.

Key Techniques

ting, handling, and installing the equipment, make sure that the spare
llide with other objects, doors, walls, or shelves.

metal without painting with wet or dirt glove

wrapper should be moved to indoor

Tools/Meters
Flathead screwdriver
(M3-M6)
Claw hammer

Mark pen

Installation Materials

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Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 series
1-A

No.

Working Process

1.2.1

Assemble the pole


Steps

1-B

Fix the first U-bolt to one end of the pole

Fix the second U-bolt to the other end of the pole

3
4
5

1-C

2-A

6
Key Techniques
1

The U-bolts should be fixed to the pole firmly.

2
3
Tools/Meters
2-B

2-C

1
4

Solid wrench

Socket wrenc

5
Materials

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Microwave pole

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Operator

Operation Time

BC

15 min

Steps

end of the pole

he other end of the pole

Key Techniques

ed to the pole firmly.

Tools/Meters
Socket wrench

3
6

Materials

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN


900 series
1-A

1-B

3-A

No.

Working Process

1.2.2A

Assemble the antenna

Determine the position where the chassis is i

Install the connecting ears of the ETSI cabine

Make the OT terminal of the PGND cable, an


the back of the chassis.

Fix the chassis to the cabinet by using the Ph

Fix the other end of the PGND cable to the g

Ke
1

The chassis is properly fixed.

The PGND cables are properly connected.

T
3-B

3-C

Phillips screwdriver

Cable peeler

OptiX PTN 910 chassis

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3
5

Bare pressure terminal-OT-2.5


mm2-M4
PGND cable-2.5 mm2-yellow
and green

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN


900 series
1

2-B

2-A

3-A

3-B

3-C

No.

Working Process

1.2.2B

Assemble the antenna

Put the reflector on the shieldensure the "" of

Using the screws of the auxiliary material t

Install the two brackets of the level strut on the po

4
5
6
7

Ke
1
2

3-D
1

Allen wrench

Reflector

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3
5

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN


900 series
1-A

1-C

1-B

2-A

2-B

3-A

No.

Working Process

1.2.2C

Assemble the antenna

Fix the mounting kits to the antenna with 4 M12X3


2

Loosen the screw in the middle of elevation adjust


in the suitable position for the desired antenna cen

Apply the anti-seize grease to the fine adjustment

4
5
6
7

Ke
1
2
3-B

3-C

T
1

Solid wrench

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Mount

3
5

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series

Assemble the antenna

Remove the 4 screws from the feeder hole.

Insert the feeder into antenna from the refl

Turn the feeder to the suitable polarization

Fix the feeder by the 4 screws removed befor

Fix the ring according as the installation m

4-A
6

H horizontal

V Vertical

1.2.2D

3-B

3-A

Working Process

2-B

2-A

No.

Ke
1

The polarization must meet the requirement o

2
3
4-B

5
1

Top

Crosshead
screwdriver
(M3-M6)

Feeder

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3
5

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series


1-B

1-A

No.

Working Process

1.2.2E

Assemble the antenna

Assemble the strut and bolts

2
3

Ke
1-C

1-D

1
3
4

T
1

Solid wrench

Support collar

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3
5

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Assemble the antenna

ADE

5 min

X
position where the chassis is installed in the cabinet, and install the captive nuts.

necting ears of the ETSI cabinet.

erminal of the PGND cable, and connect the PGND cable to the grounding point on the left of
e chassis.

s to the cabinet by using the Phillips screwdriver.

nd of the PGND cable to the grounding point of the cabinet.

Key Techniques
properly fixed.

bles are properly connected.

0 chassis

Tools/Meters
2

Cord end clamp

Heat gun

Cable cutting plier

Materials
2

4xcaptive nut-M6
4xpanel screw-M6x12TM-common use

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terminal-OT-2.5

2.5 mm2-yellow

4
6

Connecting ears and installation screws for the ETSI


cabinet
Heat shrink tube, binding strap

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Assemble the antenna

ADE

5 min

Steps
on the shieldensure the "" of the reflector and the shield are matched;

ws of the auxiliary material to firm the reflector to the shield.

rackets of the level strut on the position which marks "" on the shield.

flector

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

Crosshead screwdriver
(M3-M6)

3
6

Materials
2

Shield

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4
6

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Assemble the antenna

ADE

10 min

Steps

g kits to the antenna with 4 M12X30 bolts;

w in the middle of elevation adjustment screw, then fix the forepart of elevation screw to the mounting kits
osition for the desired antenna center offset.

eize grease to the fine adjustment screws, U-bolts and so on.

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

6
Materials

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Mount

2
4
6

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Assemble the antenna

AD

5 MIN

Steps

crews from the feeder hole.

der into antenna from the reflect side.

r to the suitable polarization according to the design file.


by the 4 screws removed before.

ccording as the installation mode, make sure the ring is always up during hoisting.

Key Techniques

on must meet the requirement of the design file.

eeder

Tools/Meters
2

6
Materials
2

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4
6

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Assemble the antenna

5 MIN

Steps

trut and bolts

rt collar

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

6
Materials
2

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4
6

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No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series

1-A

1.3.1

Working Process
Prepare and climb tower
Steps

Position of antenna on tower as design document(

Take safety belt,block,tools bag(spanner,diagona


cable earth clamp,water-proof tape,PVC tape,bind
tower.

Fix the pulley on tower above the antenna which


through the pulley to ground.

4
5

Key Techniques
1
1-B

Tools/Meters
1

Compass

Safety belt

Lifting rope

Materials
1

Design documents

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Operator

Operation Time

BC

25 MIN

Steps

a on tower as design document(antenna high,azimuth and tower leg).

lock,tools bag(spanner,diagonal pliers,cutter,ODU earth cable,IF


water-proof tape,PVC tape,binder,etc.)and the end of rope up to the

tower above the antenna which will be mounted.Thread hanging rope


to ground.

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters

Lifting rope

Lifting hook

Materials

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Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 series

No.

Working Process

1.3.2A

Assemble the hybrid coupler


Steps

Remove the protective cap of the feed boomThe default po


vertical polarization. The arrow of feeder point at "V";

Check the polarization with the design, if it is vertical polariza


link is designed with the horizontal polarization, the polarizati
SN1.3.2B

5
6

Key Techniques
1

The polarization must meet the requirement of the desi

2
2-A
3

Tools/Meters
1

5
Materials

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for OptiX RTN 900 series


Standard Operation Procedure

No.

Working Process

1.3.2B

Assemble the hybrid


coupler-modify the
polarization
Steps

Loosen the bolts that fix the feed boom;

Take out the vertical polarization parts;

Offload the vertical flange,swich it to horizontal pol

Insert the polarization parts into the hybrid coupler

Point the polarization indicator to the letter H, firm the screws


modification.

Key Techniques
1

Keep the polarization converter properly.

2
3

Tools/Meters
1
4

Allen wrench

2
5

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Materials
1

Hybrid coupler

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 series


1

2-A

6-A

Working Process

1.3.2C

Assemble the hybrid coupler


Steps

2-B

2-C

No.

Remove the two lifting rings of the antenna ;

Remove the protective cap of the feed boom, and then apply
gasket of the feed boom;

Remove the protective cap of the hybrid coupler;

Aplly anti-seize grease to the 4 captive screws;

Confirm that the ODU is consistent with the IDU in the polariz

Close the four latches cornerwise,screw the 4 captive

Install the removed lifting rings on the antenna.

Key Techniques

6-B

The polarization and the hybrid coupler must be consis

Do not apply vaseline to the front and the interior of the feed

3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Allen wrench

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7-A

7-B

Materials
1

Hybrid coupler

Vaseline

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Operator

Operation Time

2 MIN

Steps

the feed boomThe default polarization mode of the antenna is the


w of feeder point at "V";

e design, if it is vertical polarization by default, turn to 1.3.2C; If the radio


ontal polarization, the polarization mode needs to be modified. See

Key Techniques
the requirement of the design file.

Tools/Meters
3
6
Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

5 MIN

Steps

eed boom;

rization parts;

e,swich it to horizontal polarization;

rts into the hybrid coupler smoothly;

r to the letter H, firm the screws by allen wrench and complete the

Key Techniques

erter properly.

Tools/Meters
3
6

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Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

3 MIN

Steps

f the antenna ;
the feed boom, and then apply an appropriate amount of vaseline to the

of the hybrid coupler;


the 4 captive screws;

stent with the IDU in the polarization mode;

nerwise,screw the 4 captive screws with allen wrench;

s on the antenna.

Key Techniques

ybrid coupler must be consistent with the feeder;

ont and the interior of the feed boom.

Tools/Meters
3

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6
Materials
Antenna
Anti-seize grease

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910

No.

Working Process

1.3.3A

Assemble the outdoor


connectors for IF cables
Steps

Sheath

1-A

Shielding Insulating
layer
layer
1-B

Inner
conductor

Nut
1-C

Clamp

Sleeve

Body
2

Place the nut to the IF cable, and then strip the sheath off th

Place the clamp to the end of the IF cable;

Fold back the shielding layer to the clamp. Then, place the s
insulating layer;

Reserve the shielding layer of 4 mm and cut off the redunda

Strip the insulating layer off, and obtain the inner conductor
conductor to the arc shape;

Fit the IF cable in the body of connector, and tighten the bod

Key Techniques
3

4-A

4-B

4-A

1
2
3
4mm

5-A

5-B

5-C

5-D

Tools/Meters
1

Paper knife

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Diagonal pliers

4.5mm

5-E

6-A

6-B

File

Materials

6-C
1

.
.

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

IF cable

No.

Working Process

1.3.3B

Assemble the outdoor


connectors for IF cables
Steps

Set the multimeter to the continuity test mode.

Connect one needle of the multimeter to the external conduc


other needle to the core of the IF cable connector.

If no buzz is generated, the IF cable is normal.

If the buzz is generated, the IF cable is short-circuited. The I

5
6
7

Key Techniques
1

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2
3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Multimeter

2
4

Materials

.
for
Standard Operation Procedure
OptiX RTN 910

2-B
2-A

No.

Working Process

1.3.3C

Assemble the outdoor


connectors for IF cables
Steps

Mark the IF cable by color tape to identify which connected t

Mark the IF cable with outdoor label;

Protect the IF terminal to avoid the damage during hanging .

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4
5
6

3-A

Key Techniques

3-B
1
2
3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Diagonal pliers

2
5

Materials
1

PVC tape

Outdoor label

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Operator

Operation Time

AE

15 MIN TOTAL

Steps

and then strip the sheath off the IF cable ;


the IF cable;

to the clamp. Then, place the sleeve between the shielding layer and the

f 4 mm and cut off the redundant part ;

and obtain the inner conductor of 4.5 mm. Then, file the head of inner
connector, and tighten the body and nut with the wrenches(S=16mm);

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
Diagonal pliers

Solid Wrench

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Materials
IF cable connector (N-JRG8-1 Connector)

Operator

Operation Time

AE

15 MIN TOTAL

Steps

inuity test mode.

ultimeter to the external conductor of the IF cable connector. Connect the


e IF cable connector.

F cable is normal.

F cable is short-circuited. The IF cable connector should be made again.

Key Techniques

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Tools/Meters
3
6

Materials

Operator

Operation Time

AE

15 MIN TOTAL

Steps

pe to identify which connected to main ODU, if it is 1+1 configuration;

door label;

d the damage during hanging .

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Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
3
6

Materials
Cable tie (black)

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Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.4A

Assemble ODU
Steps

Appearance of the ODU Separate Mounting Bracket

Remove the protective caps of the feed boom, and then app
gasket of the feed boom.

Confirm that the ODU is consistent with the coupler in the po


ODU on the main interface of coupler and install the standb
(Notice the arrow indicator on the Coupler)

Close the four latches cornerwise.

Install the stand by ODU in the same way.

Key Techniques

Appearance of the Antenna Adapter

The main ODU must be mounted onto the main interface of


mounted no to the standby interface of coupler.

The interface for IF cable must to the opposite of lif

Tools/Meters
1

5
Materials

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1
3

ODU

2
4

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Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1-A

1-B

2-A

3-A

2-B

3-B

No.

Working Process

1.4B

Asseble ODU
Steps

1-C

2-C

Remove the nut of the grounding point;

Connect the PGND cable of ODU to the grounding point;

Screw the nut, fix the PGND cable of ODU;

Mark the opposite site name/ID on the back of the antenna.

Key Techniques
1

Mark the opposite site name/ID on the back of the antenna.

2
3
3-C

Tools/Meters
1
4

Solid wrench

Mark pen

2
5

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Materials
1

PGND cable of ODU

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

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Operator

Operation Time

5 MIN

Steps
the feed boom, and then apply an appropriate amount of vaseline to the

stent with the coupler in the polarization mode. Then, install the main
coupler and install the standby ODU on the standby interface of coupler.
the Coupler)

ise.

e same way.

Key Techniques

ted onto the main interface of coupler and the standby ODU must be
erface of coupler.

must to the opposite of lifting ring.

Tools/Meters
3
6
Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

5 MIN

Steps

ng point;

DU to the grounding point;

able of ODU;

D on the back of the antenna.

Key Techniques

D on the back of the antenna.

Tools/Meters

Mark pen

3
6

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Materials
0.6m antenna

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Standard Operation Procedure for


OptiX RTN 900 Series
1

No.

Working Process

1.5.1

Lift&install the pole


Steps

Bind the lifting rope to the two ends of the pole;


BCDE control the lifting rope, A controls the dragline;

B and C confirm the direction of the pole in the installation position accor
3

Fix the 2 T-brackets to the tower;

Adjust the nether T-bracket to make the pole vertical;

5
Key Techniques

Confirm the right location of the pole according to the height an


documents;

Make sure the pole verticality.

Tools/Meters
1
4

Lifting rope

Safety belt

5
Materials

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Microwave pole

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Operator

Operation Time

(ADE)BC

25 MIN

Steps

e to the two ends of the pole;

g rope, A controls the dragline;

rection of the pole in the installation position according to the design;


to the tower;

bracket to make the pole vertical;

Key Techniques

cation of the pole according to the height and azimuth of the design

erticality.

Tools/Meters
Safety belt

Solid wrench

6
Materials

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.5.2A

Install the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

2
1

Mark the datum marks according to the design;

Drill the install holes by percussion drill with a 16 drill b


the dust around the holes;

Put the expansion bolt verticallly into the hole,u


tube into the hole completely, remove the expansio

Key Techniques
1

The drill bit should keep vertical during drilling


same.

The dust in and around the holes should be cleane


it should be drill again.

Tools/Meters
1

Percussion drill

Mark pen

4
Materials

Expansion bolt

Page 93

Page 94

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910

No.

Working Process

1.5.2B

Install the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

1-B

1-A

Fix the chassis to the gantry and fix the 4 screw

Move the cabinet to the holes, the screw the scre

Fix the screw drivers to both side of the gantry

4
2-A

Insulating board

2-B

Key Techniques
1

If it is overhead cabling, do not install the scre


underfloor cabling, do not install the uppermost

Tools/Meters
3-A

3-B

Crosshead
screwdriver

Materials
1

19-inch cabinet

Page 95

Page 96

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.5.2C

Install the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

Make a Core end terminal on one end of the ground cab


1.4.2D.

Connect the Core end terminal to the grounding point;

Wiring the ground cable to the indoor ground bar

Make the Core end terminal on the other end of the grou

Key Techniques
1

Keep the groud cable connecting to the Core end termin

2
3
4

Tools/Meters
1
4

Crosshead
screwdriver

Paper knife

Page 97

1
3

Materials
Core end terminal

Page 98

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1-A

1-B

No.

Working Process

1.5.2D

Install the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

1-C

Cut off the power cables to a proper length.

Insert the exposed conductor into the core end terminal.


endface of the core end terminal.

Press the endface to the conductor by using the crimpin

4
5
1-D

2-A

2-B

Key Techniques
1

When making the core end or ring terminal, you should


the terminal and press the endface to the conductor with

2
6 MM
3
3-A

3-B

Tools/Meters
1
4

Crimping pliers

2
5

Page 99

1
3

Materials
Core end terminal

Page 100

orking Process

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

8 MIN

the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

marks according to the design;

es by percussion drill with a 16 drill bit, at the same time, using a cleaner clean all
he holes;

on bolt verticallly into the hole,use a claw hummer to strike the expansion
ole completely, remove the expansion bolt.

Key Techniques
ould keep vertical during drilling, the depth of all the holes should be the

around the holes should be cleaned up. If the hole is too flat or incline,
ill again.

Tools/Meters

Claw hammer

Level bar

Solid wrench

Materials
2

Page 101

Page 102

orking Process

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

6 MIN

the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

to the gantry and fix the 4 screws of the bottom;

t to the holes, the screw the screws;

rivers to both side of the gantry according to the design.

Key Techniques

ad cabling, do not install the screw drivers in the bottom; if it is


ing, do not install the uppermost screw drivers.

Tools/Meters
3
6
Materials
2

Insulating board

Page 103

Page 104

orking Process

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

6 MIN

the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

terminal on one end of the ground cableOT


end terminal to the grounding point;

nd cable to the indoor ground bar along the cable ladder;

d terminal on the other end of the ground cable, then connect to the indoor grand bar.

Key Techniques

able connecting to the Core end terminal firmly.

Tools/Meters

Diagonal plier

Crimper

Solid wrench

Page 105

Materials
2

16mm2 ground cable

4
6

Page 106

orking Process

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

5 MIN

the 19-inch cabinet


Steps

cables to a proper length.

d conductor into the core end terminal. Ensure that the conductor is level with the
re end terminal.

e to the conductor by using the crimping pliers.

Key Techniques

core end or ring terminal, you should level the exposed conductor with the endface of
press the endface to the conductor with the crimping pliers.

Tools/Meters
Paper knife

3
6

Page 107

Materials
2

Ground cable

4
6

Page 108

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

2-A

4-A

No.

Working Process

1.5.1A

Lift and install the


antenna

Step
2-B

4-B

Bind the lifting rope to the lifting ring of


mounting bracket.

BC stay on the tower, AD pull the lifting rope on the

After lift the antenna to a proper place, AD could fix

Fix the anti-fall angle iron to the pole, fix the antenn
bracket, install the horizontal fine adjustable rod to

Remove the 2 rubber plugs of the scuppers in

Key Techniq
1

The U-bolt of the mounting bracket should fix to the

Tools/Me
4-C

Lifting rope

Safety belt

Page109

Materia
1

Antenna

3
5

Page110

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

2-A

No.

Working Process

1.5.1A

Lift and install the


antenna

Step

2-B
1

lift the level strengthen rod to the install

Install the level strengthen rod to the level

Fix the other end of level strengthen rod to the towe


be no more than 25 degrees. The angle between th

4
5
2-C

3-A

3-B
6

Key Techniq
1

The angle between the rod and horizaontal sho

The angle between the rod and antenna should

Tools/Me
3-C

3-D

3-E

Lifting rope

Safety belt

Materia
The angle between the rod
and antenna should be less
than 90 degrees.

Page111

The angle between the rod and


horizaontal should be no more
than 25 degrees.

The angle between the rod


and antenna should be less
than 90 degrees.

Level strengthen rod

3
5

Page112

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

1-A

1-B

No.

Working Process

1.5.1B

ODU grounding

Step
1

Determine a proper grounding point on the tower. T


point.

Fix the fixing clip of the ground cable to the ground

Bind the ground cable to the tower and cut off the r

2-A

4
5

2-B

2-C

Key Techniq

3-A
1

The position of grounding point should be lower tha

2
3
4

Tools/Me
3-B

3-C

3-D
1

Solid wrench

Page113

Materia
1

Ground cable of the ODU

3
5

Page114

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Lift and install the


antenna

(ADE)BC

30 MINTOTAL

Steps

the lifting rope to the lifting ring of the antenna,bind the pulling rope to the
ing bracket.

ay on the tower, AD pull the lifting rope on the ground, E controls the pulling rope;

lift the antenna to a proper place, AD could fix the lifting rope to the tower, then prepare next step.

e anti-fall angle iron to the pole, fix the antenna to the pole with the 2 U-bolts of the mounting
et, install the horizontal fine adjustable rod to the anti-fall angle iron.

e the 2 rubber plugs of the scuppers in the bottom of the antenna.

Key Techniques

U-bolt of the mounting bracket should fix to the pole firmly.

Tools/Meters
2
5

Pulling rope

Solid wrench

Page115

Materials
Antenna

Mounting bracket

4
6

Page116

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Lift and install the


antenna

(ADE)BC

30 MINTOTAL

Steps

the level strengthen rod to the install location;

ll the level strengthen rod to the level lever mechanical part;

e other end of level strengthen rod to the tower. The angle between the rod and horizaontal should
more than 25 degrees. The angle between the rod and antenna should be less than 90 degrees.

Key Techniques

ngle between the rod and horizaontal should be no more than 25 degrees.

ngle between the rod and antenna should be less than 90 degrees.

Tools/Meters
2

Pulling rope

Solid wrench

6
Materials

Page117

Level strengthen rod

2
4
6

Page118

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

ODU grounding

BC

30 MINTOTAL

Steps

mine a proper grounding point on the tower. Then, remove anti-rustic paint or rust at the grounding

e fixing clip of the ground cable to the grounding point.

he ground cable to the tower and cut off the redundant bundling tape.

Key Techniques

osition of grounding point should be lower than the antenna.

Tools/Meters
2
5

Diagonal plier

Level bar

Page119

nd cable of the ODU

Materials
2

Bundling tape

4
6

Page120

No.

Working Process

1.6.2A

Install DCDB

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

1-A

4U

2-A

Steps

1-B
1

Follow the design, install the 4 captive screws to th

Put the DCDB into the cabinet, fix it with 4 panel screws;

Screw off the 4 screws of the panel of DCDB, then rem

Connect the -48V blue power cable to the first chief circuit b
cable to the circuit breaker grounding point upside.

5
6

2-B

Key Techniques
1

The diameter of the power cablemust be 16mm2.

2
3

Tools/Meters
3

DCDB power
cable

Crosshead
screwdriver

Crimping plie

5
Materials

Page 121

DCDB 48V
power cable

DCDB

Captive screw

Page 122

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 910

No.

Working Process

1.6.2B

Install DCDB
Steps

Place the power cable of DCDB(blue one and black one) to


along the cable rack;

Connect the power cable from DCDB to the proper circuit br

3
4

DCDB ground
cable

5
6

Key Techniques
1

The -48V blue power cable should be connected to the

DCDB
48V power
cable

Tools/Meters
1

Crosshead
screwdriver

Paper knife

Crimping plie

Page 123

Materials
1

DCDB

Page 124

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910

No.

Working Process

1.6.2C

Install DCDB
Steps

DCDB ground
cable

Connect the ground cable to DCDB;

Place the DCDB ground cable to the ground bar indoor alon

Cut the power cable in a suitable length according to the loc


terminal, connect to the ground bar indoor;

4
5
6

Key Techniques
1

The diameter of the power cable must be 16mm2.

Check if the voltage is in the acceptable scope, then connec

Tools/Meters
1

Crosshead screwdriver

Paper knife

Page 125

Crimping pliers

Materials
1

DCDB

Page 126

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

8 MIN

Steps
the 4 captive screws to the cabinet;

et, fix it with 4 panel screws;

the panel of DCDB, then remove the panel;

cable to the first chief circuit breaker, size 63A, connect the black ground
ounding point upside.

Key Techniques

blemust be 16mm2.

Tools/Meters

Crimping pliers

Core end terminal

6
Materials

Page 127

Power cable
Panel screw

Page 128

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

6 MIN

Steps

DB(blue one and black one) to the DC power distribution cabinet indoor,

m DCDB to the proper circuit breaker of the power distribution cabinet.

Key Techniques

should be connected to the circuit breaker in size 63A.

Tools/Meters

Crimping pliers

Core end terminal

Page 129

Materials
Power cable

Page 130

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

6 MIN

Steps

DCDB;

e to the ground bar indoor along the cable rack;

able length according to the location of ground bar, makr the core end
nd bar indoor;

Key Techniques

ble must be 16mm2.

acceptable scope, then connect -48V power.

Tools/Meters
Crimping pliers

Core end terminal

Page 131

Materials
Ground cable

Page 132

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.7A

Install IDU
Steps

1-A

3-A

1-B

3-B

Obtain the IDU and ground cable;

Remove the two screws at the grounding point on the left of

Use the removed screws to fix the ground cable to the groun

Fix the four captive nuts to the installbar on the rack column
IDU;

Hold the IDU with both hands and push the IDU into the rac
diagonal sequence. In this manner, the IDU is fixed to the ra

Assemble OT terminals to one end of the PGND cable,Link


the 19"rack.

Key Techniques
2U

When installing the IDU 900 on a Huawei open rack, you sh


holes on the installbar.

Tighten the four front panel screws in a diagonal sequence.

There must be a space of two holes above and below the ID

4
5-A

5-A

6
1
4

Crosshead
screwdriver
(M3-M6)

Tools/Meters
2

Flathead screwd
(M3-M6)

Materials

Page 133

IDU

4 captive nuts

Page 134

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.7B

Install the board


Steps

1-A

1-B

Take out the tributary board from the package;

Press the ejector levers with both hands. Then, insert the bo
board cannot move forward;

Push the board to ensure that the board is caught tightly;

Press the ejector levers inward forcibly;

Tighten the two screws on the front panel ;

Install the IF board in the same manner .

Key Techniques

5
1

When installing the boards, wear a antistatic gloves.

2
3
4
6-A

6-B

6-C
1
4

Crosshead
screwdriver
(M3-M6)

Antistatic glov

Materials

Page 135

Board

Page 136

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

4 MIN

Steps

able;

e grounding point on the left of the IDU;

x the ground cable to the grounding point of the IDU;

e installbar on the rack column, according to the deigned location of the

s and push the IDU into the rack. Then, tighten the four panel screws in a
anner, the IDU is fixed to the rack;

e end of the PGND cable,Link the OT terminal to the grounding screw on

Key Techniques

on a Huawei open rack, you should fix two captive nuts with a space of four

crews in a diagonal sequence.

o holes above and below the IDU chasssis for heat disspation.

Tools/Meters

Flathead screwdriver
(M3-M6)

3
6

Materials

Page 137

Ground cable of IDU


4 panel screws

Page 138

Operator

Operation Time

ADE

2 MIN

Steps

rom the package;

both hands. Then, insert the board smoothly along the board track till the

t the board is caught tightly;

rd forcibly;

e front panel ;

me manner .

Key Techniques

s, wear a antistatic gloves.

Antistatic gloves

3
6

Materials

Page 139

Page 140


3 7

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series
2-A

3-B

3-A

No.

Working Process

1.8.1

Lift and install IF cable


Steps

2-B

Put the hanging rope along the cable ladder down to the g

Bind the IF cable and feeder to the lifting rope on the grou
cable ;

Reserve the IF cable and feeder of extra three to five met


circle of more than 0.6 meter in diameter, and fix the cable

Place the IF cable along the cable ladder, lead the


the feeder window;

Make the coiled cable a waterproof curve in front o

Key Techniques

0.6M
1

When binding the IF cable to the lifting rope, you can't bin
connect might be damaged in the lifting process.

Make sure IF cable is straight during lifting, avoi

3
5

Tools/Meters
1
4

Lifting rope

2
5

Page 141

Materials
1

IF cable

Page 142

rking Process

Operator

Operation Time

BCE

15 MIN

install IF cable
Steps

e along the cable ladder down to the ground;

nd feeder to the lifting rope on the ground, then pull up the lifting rope with the IF

e and feeder of extra three to five meters at the ODU. Coil the extra cable into a
0.6 meter in diameter, and fix the cable to the tower ;

e along the cable ladder, lead the IF cable into the equipment room through
;

able a waterproof curve in front of the feeder window

Key Techniques

F cable to the lifting rope, you can't bind the connector with the rope. Otherwise, the
amaged in the lifting process.

e is straight during lifting, avoid crimp happens.

Tools/Meters

Solid wrench

Diagonal plier

Page 143

Materials
2

Cable ties

Page 144

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.8.2A

Install and route E1 cable

Ste

1-A

1-B

1-C

Connect the E1 cables to the E1 interface on the


cables.

Route the E1 cable from the IDU to the DDF, bin

Cut the E1 cables to a proper length and mark th


as Tx/Rx).

Connect the E1 connector to the DDF; E1

1-D

Key Techn
3
1
2
3
4

4-A

4-B

4-C
1
4

Crosshead
screwdriver
(M3-M6)
Paper knife

Page 145

Tools/M

Mate
1

120E1 cable

Cable ties (white)

Page 146

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series


1

3-B

3-C

No.

Working Process

1.8.2B

Make E1 connectors (120


ohm).

Ste

3-A
1

Remove the KRONE module from DDF;

Lead E1 cables through DDF from the back of D

Strip off the skin, shield layer and protect layer, p

Pass the core wires of the E1 cable through the

Place the core wires of E1 cable to the forepart o


a cable punchdown tool. The sequence, see 1.7.

3-D

Key Techn
1
2
3-E

5-A

3
4

Tools/M

5-B

5-C

5-D

Diagonal plier

Paper knife

Mate

Page 147

120E1 cable

Cable ties (white)

Page 148

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series


Pin

Cable W1
Color

15

Blue

30

White

14

Orange

29

White

13

Green

28

White

12

Brown

27

White

11

Grey

26

White

10

Blue

25

Red

Orange

Relation
Pair

Pair

Pair

Pair

Remarks

Tx1

Tx2

Tx3

Tx4

Pair

Tx5

Pair

Tx6

Pair

Tx7

Pin

Cable W2
Color

38

Blue

23

White

37

Orange

22

White

36

Green

21

White

35

Brown

20

White

34

Grey

19

White

33

Blue

18

Red

32

Orange

Relation
Pair

Remarks

Rx1

No.

Working Process

1.8.2C

Install sequence of 120E1 cable

Ste
1
2
3

Pair

Pair

Pair

Rx2

Rx3

Rx4

4
5

Key Techn
1
2
3
4

Pair

Rx5

Pair

Rx6

Tools/M
1
4

Pair

Mate

Rx7
Page 149

24

Red

Green

Red

Pair

Pair

Tx7

Tx8

17

Red

31

Green

16

Red

Pair

Rx7
1
3

Pair

Rx8

Page 150

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

nstall and route E1 cable

15 MIN

Steps

he E1 cables to the E1 interface on the tributary board. Then, tighten the screws to fix the

E1 cable from the IDU to the DDF, bind the cable to the rack by bunding tape;

1 cables to a proper length and mark the cables for the transmit and receive directions (such

he E1 connector to the DDF; E11.8.2B

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

Mark pen

Diagonal plier

Impact tool

Page 151

Materials
120E1 cable

Cable ties (white)

PVC insulation tape

Page 152

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Make E1 connectors (120


ohm).

10 MIN

Steps

e KRONE module from DDF;

ables through DDF from the back of DDF to the front;

e skin, shield layer and protect layer, protect the E1 cable by PVC tape;

ore wires of the E1 cable through the hole of the KRONE module;

core wires of E1 cable to the forepart of KRONE, then punch the wires into KRONE by using
nchdown tool. The sequence, see 1.7.2C

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

Mark pen

Impact tool

Materials

Page 153

120E1 cable

Cable ties (white)

PVC insulation tape

Page 154

Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

stall sequence of 120E1 cable

Steps

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
2

Materials

Page 155

2
4
6

Page 156

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.9.1A

Waterproof of IF
connectorFor ODU
Steps

1-A

1-B

3-A

3-B

3
1

Connect the connector of IF cable to the IF interface on th


with a wrench;

Wrap the connector with one layer of PVC tape 35 cm be


the ODU ;

Wrap the connector with three layers of waterproof tape 3


directions of the three layers are from down to up, from up

Wrap the connector with three layers of PVC tape 35 cm


of the three layers are from down to up, from up to down, a

Wrap the PVC tape on both ends tightly with cable tie. The

Key Techniques
1

When wrapping the connector with the waterproof tape and


3/4 of its original width. In addition, the upper layer should

The redundant of cable tie must be 5-10mm.

3
5-A

5-B

5-C

Tools/Meters
1
4

Paper knife

Diagonal pli

Page 157

Materials
1

Waterproof mastic cement

Cable ties(Black)

Page 158

Standard Operation Procedure


for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.9.1B

Bin IF cable
Steps

Bind IF cable to the cable ladder every 1m with cable ties.

Cut off extra part of cable ties.

3
4
5
6

Key Techniques
1

The redundant of cable tie must be 5-10mm.

2
3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Diagonal plier

Materials

Page 159

1
3

IF cable

2
4

Page 160

Operator

Operation Time

15 MIN

Steps

F cable to the IF interface on the ODU. Then, tighten the connector gently

e layer of PVC tape 35 cm below the connector and toward the direction of

ee layers of waterproof tape 35 cm below the connector. The wrapping


s are from down to up, from up to down, and from down to up respectively;

ee layers of PVC tape 35 cm below the connector. The wrapping directions


down to up, from up to down, and from down to up respectively ;
ends tightly with cable tie. Then, cut off the redundant bundling tape.

Key Techniques

or with the waterproof tape and PVC tape, you should stretch the tape to
ddition, the upper layer should cover about 1/2 of the lower layer.

must be 5-10mm.

Tools/Meters

Diagonal plier

3
6

Page 161

Materials
PVC tape

Page 162

Operator

Operation Time

30 MIN

Steps

dder every 1m with cable ties.

es.

Key Techniques

must be 5-10mm.

Tools/Meters
3

Materials

Page 163

Cable ties(black)

Page 164

No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX


RTN 900 Series

1.9.2A

Working Process
Grounding Points of the IF
Cable
Steps

Confirm the location of the grounding points.

2
3
4
5

Key Techniques
1
2
3
4

Grounding
steps No.

Locations of the grounding clips

The place about 1 m away from the IF


interface of the ODU

The place about 1 m away from the point where


the cable is routed onto the wiring frame

Tools/Meters

Positions of the grounding connections


Connect the grounding cable according to the grounding
points on the tower(grounding bar or tower)

Outdoor grounding bar under the feeder window

Page 165

The middle point of the cable (when the


cable on tower is longer than 60 meters)

Connect the grounding cable according to the grounding


points on the tower(grounding bar or tower)

Materials
1

Page 166

Standard Operation Procedure for


OptiX RTN 900 Series
1-A

1-B

No.
1.9.2B

Working Process
Perform the Grounding of the
IF Cable
Steps

1-C
1

Determine where the grounding clip is installed on the IF cabl


according to the length of the grounding clip;

Fit the grounding clip where the sheath is stripped off on the I

3
4

1-D

2-A

2-B

5
6

Key Techniques
38mm

2-C

The angle between the ground cable connected to the ground


15 degrees. Route the ground cable along the route of the IF

Strip the sheath off the IF cable according to the length of the

Don't strip any shielding layer of the IF cable.

Tools/Meters
1
4

Paper knife

Cross screwdriver

Page 167

Materials
1

IF cable clip

Page 168

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX


RTN 900 Series

Working Process

1.9.2C

Water proof of IF cable


Steps

No.

6-A

Wrap the connector with three layers of PVC tape 35 cm be


of the ODU;

Wrap the connector with three layers of waterproof tape 35 c


directions of the three layers are from down to up, from up to

Wrap the connector with three layers of PVC tape 35 cm be


of the three layers are from down to up, from up to down, and

Wrap the PVC tape on both ends tightly with cable tie. Then,

Remove the paint in a suitable grounding place of the

Fix another end of grounding clamp to grounding bar and bind

Key Techniques
1

The angle between the ground cable connected to the ground


15 degrees. Route the ground cable along the route of the IF

2
6-B

6-C

3
4

Tools/Meters
1

File

Down

Page 169

Down

Materials
1

PVC tape

Cable tiesblack

Page 170

Operator

Operation Time

BC

50 MIN(In total)

Steps
grounding points.

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
3

Page 171

Materials

Page 172

Operator

Operation Time

BC

50 MIN(In total)

Steps

g clip is installed on the IF cable. Strip the sheath off the IF cable
grounding clip;

e sheath is stripped off on the IF cable, and then tighten the screws.

Key Techniques

cable connected to the grounding clip and the IF cable canSNt exceed
cable along the route of the IF cable.

e according to the length of the grounding clip.

of the IF cable.

Tools/Meters
Cross screwdriver

3
6

Page 173

Materials

Page 174

Operator

Operation Time

BC

50 MIN(In total)

Steps

layers of PVC tape 35 cm below the connector and toward the direction

layers of waterproof tape 35 cm below the connector. The wrapping


re from down to up, from up to down, and from down to up respectively;

layers of PVC tape 35 cm below the connector. The wrapping directions


wn to up, from up to down, and from down to up respectively ;

nds tightly with cable tie. Then, cut off the redundant bundling tape;

ble grounding place of the tower;

lamp to grounding bar and bind the grounding cable to the tower.

Key Techniques

cable connected to the grounding clip and the IF cable canSNt exceed
cable along the route of the IF cable.

Tools/Meters
3

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Materials
Waterproof mastic cement

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

No.

Working Process

1.1

Clean the site

Collect the tools and excessive cables on site

Clear up the equipment room and the outdoors.

3
4
5

63

63

Key T
1

No packing boxes or boards are placed at random on

No cable ties or other sundries are left on the floor or i

To
1
4

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Working Process

Operator

Operation Time

Clean the site

15 MIN

Steps

lect the tools and excessive cables on site

ar up the equipment room and the outdoors.

Key Techniques

packing boxes or boards are placed at random on the installation field.

cable ties or other sundries are left on the floor or in the cabinets.

Tools/Meters
2

6
Materials
2

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No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910

1.14A

Working Process
Align the Antennas
Preparations
Steps

Follow the microwave antenna alignment principle;

Determine the voltage values of the design receive level of th


Curve and the microwave design document. (The ODU RSI-V

3
4
5

Key Techniques
1
2-A

2-B

2
3

4.5

RSS I V oltage(V)

Choose area

3.5

Tools/Meters

3
2.5

2
1.5
1

Materials

0.5
0
-100

-90

-80

-70

-60
-50
RSL(dBm)

-40

-30

-20

-10

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RSS I V oltag

3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
-100

-90

-80

-70

-60
-50
RSL(dBm)

-40

-30

-20

-10

Design document

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No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910

1.14B

Working Process
Align the AntennasConnect
multimeter
Steps

2-A

20V

Set the maximum voltage that the multimeter can detect to D


easy observation. Then, observe the voltage value of the rece

Remove the waterproof cap of the ODU RSSI port, connect th

Connect the multimeter to the wire which connect the BNC co


tape.

4
5
2-B

Key Techniques

3-A
1
2
3
4

Tools/Meters
3-B

3-C

1
4

Multimeter

2
5

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PVC tape

Materials
1

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No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 910


1

1.14C

Working Process
Align the AntennasHorizontal
Adjustment
Steps

Fasten the antenna at


remote site

Horizontal
Adjustment

Site A
2

Fasten the antenna at the remote site, align the antenna at lo

On the local antenna, loosen the nuts that fix the clamps on th

Adjust the antenna in a wide range horizontally. In this manne


the rough adjustment, about three peak signals can be scann
each peak signal and compare the maximum receive level at

Immediately lock all involved loosened parts tightly after adju

Site B
5

3-A

Key Techniques
Nuts that fix
the clamps

3-B

Notice the view from multimeter when align the antenna, look

Tighten the four nuts on the clamps in a diagonal sequence.

Bolts that connect the


antenna and the stand

Tools/Meters

4
1
4

18
0

Level
adjustment
screw

Multimeter

Solid wrench

Materials

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18
0
1

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series


1

No.

Working Process

1.13D

Align the AntennasHorizontal


Adjustment
Steps

2-A
1

Loosen the bolts on the stand base, the bolt and the two adju

Perform the fine tune around each peak signal and compare
fine tune;

When the maximum receive level is achieved,tighten the bolt


level adjustment screw to fix the antenna.

4
Level adjustment
screw

Bolts that connect the


antenna and the stand

Key Techniques

2-B

When aligning the antennas, you should fix one antenna and

Tighten all the bolts on the antenna. When tightening the bolt
and ensure the maximum receive level.

Nuts that fix


the clamps

Tools/Meters

20
1
4

Multimeter

Solid wrench

Materials

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series


Vertical
Adjustment

Fasten the antenna at


remote site

Site A

Site B

3-A

No.
1.13E

Working Process
Align the AntennasVertical
Adjustment
Steps

Fasten the antenna at the remote site, vertically align the ante

Loosen the bolts that connect the antenna and the stand;

Rotate the elevation adjustment bolt with a wrench. Then, per


peak in every vertical direction, and compare the maximum re

When the maximum receive level is achieved, tighten the ele

Key Techniques

When aligning the antennas, you should fix one antenna and

Tighten all the bolts on the antenna. When tightening the bolt
and ensure the maximum receive level.

Vertical
adjustment
screw

3-B

Tools/Meters

4
1
4

Multimeter

Solid wrench

Materials

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20

20
1

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No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1.14F

Working Process
Align the Antennasremote
site and alignment repeated
Steps

Alignment
Repeated

Site A

Site B

Site A

Site B

Follow the step 1.11A, 1.11B, 1.11C,1.11D,1.11E to align the a


value of voltage by multimeter;

Adjust the local and romte antenna repeatedly;

When the receive levels of the local ODU and remote ODU re
over.

4
5

Key Techniques
3-A

3-B
1

When aligning the antennas, you should fix one antenna and

Tighten all the bolts on the antenna. When tightening the bolt
and ensure the maximum receive level.

3
4

Tools/Meters
1
4

Multimeter

Solid wrench

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Materials
1

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Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps
alignment principle;

of the design receive level of the ODU, according to the ODU RSI-Vbnc
gn document. (The ODU RSI-Vbnc Curve is delivered with the ODU).

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
3
6

Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps

the multimeter can detect to DC 20 V, fix the multimeter to the tower for
ve the voltage value of the receive level when you align the antennas;
the ODU RSSI port, connect the BNC connector to the ODU RSSI port;

wire which connect the BNC connectorthen protect the wire by PVC

Key Techniques

Tools/Meters
PVC tape

3
6

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Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps

ote site, align the antenna at local site ;

he nuts that fix the clamps on the stand ;

ange horizontally. In this manner, the antenna is aligned roughly.During


ree peak signals can be scanned. Then, perform the fine tune around
e the maximum receive level at each time of fine tune;

oosened parts tightly after adjustment completed.

Key Techniques

er when align the antenna, looking for the maximum view.

amps in a diagonal sequence.

Tools/Meters
Solid wrench

3
6

Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps

base, the bolt and the two adjustment nuts on the level adjustment screw;

ach peak signal and compare the maximum receive level at each time of

vel is achieved,tighten the bolts on the stand base and the nuts on the
e antenna.

Key Techniques

ou should fix one antenna and adjust the other antenna.

enna. When tightening the bolts, you should observe the receive level
ive level.

Tools/Meters
Solid wrench

3
6

Materials

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Page 200

Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps

ote site, vertically align the antenna at local site ;

he antenna and the stand;

nt bolt with a wrench. Then, perform the fine tune around the receive level
, and compare the maximum receive level at each time of fine tune;

vel is achieved, tighten the elevation adjustment bolt to fix the antenna .

Key Techniques

ou should fix one antenna and adjust the other antenna.

enna. When tightening the bolts, you should observe the receive level
ive level.

Tools/Meters
Solid wrench

3
6

Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

(ACD)BE

120 MIN(In total)

Steps

1.11C,1.11D,1.11E to align the antenna at the site B to find the maximum

enna repeatedly;
local ODU and remote ODU reach the design values, the alignment is

Key Techniques

ou should fix one antenna and adjust the other antenna.

enna. When tightening the bolts, you should observe the receive level
ive level.

Tools/Meters
Solid wrench

3
6

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Materials

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.
.

No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1.15.1

Working Process

Operator

Check the hardware


installation

BDCE

Steps
1

According to the Checklist to check the hardware installation .

Take photos on key installation points of the base station according to relate
requirements in the engineering documents.

Review the site quality report.

4
5

Key Techniques

Be sure to collect all the required data on site. This facilitates you to compos
equipment installation completion report.

2
3
4
Tools/Meters

1
4

Camera

2
5
Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

BDCE

10 MIN

are installation .

se station according to related

es

This facilitates you to compose the

rs

3
6

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Flowchart for Configuring Microwave

Create NEs.

Links with XPIC enabled


Create an XPIC
workgroup.

Configure the hybrid/AM


attributes of Hybrid
microwave links with
XPIC enabled.

Creating Nes

Method 1: Create an
NE by searching the
NE on the U2000 Web
LCT.

Method 2: Create NEs


manually on the U2000
Web LCT.

Changing NE IDs/Names

Creating a 1+1 Protection Group

Configuring the IF/ODU Information of Micro

Set AM Status according to the network


planning file.
The default AM Status is Disabled.

Set Guarantee E1 Capacity according to


the network planning file. Set this
parameter to the same value at both ends
of a link.

Set Guarantee E1 Capacity according to


the network planning file. Set this
parameter to the same value at both ends
of a link.

Configuring TDM Services

Configuring Hybrid Ethernet Servic

Configuring the Parameters of Ethernet Ports

The general attributes of Ethernet ports define the physical-layer information, such a
type, and maximum frame length.

For ports that are being used, set Enable Port to Enabled. For ports that are not used, set Enable
If you set Port Mode to Layer 2, Encapsulation Type can be set to Null, 802.1Q, or QinQ. If you s
Type can be set to 802.1Q only. In this case, the port can be used to carry tunnel services.
Encapsulation Type:
For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation
For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encap
For an Ethernet port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to a value the
(Generally, Working Mode of the external equipment is set to Auto-Negotiation.) For Ethernet port
Auto-Negotiation.
When jumbo frames are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of
recommended that Max Frame Length(byte) takes its default value.

For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-Line services, you need not set the La
For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Tag to Tag
only the tagged frames, set Tag to Access if the port allows the access of only the untagged fram
allows the access of the tagged frames and untagged frames. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Pr
planning file.

Under Advanced Attributes, set MAC Loopback and PHY Loopback and query the port rate.
This operation is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopb
broadcast packet suppression function.
Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression,
Threshold according to the requirements.
Suggestions to configuring the Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression parameter:
Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression specifies whether to restrict the traffic of broadcast p
broadcast packets to the total packets. If a broadcast storm may occur on the equipment at the o
Enabled. For E-LAN services, it is recommended that you set this parameter to Enabled.
This parameter is applicable to E-LAN services in the ingress direction.

Configuring the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports

If you set Port Mode to Layer 2, Encapsulation Type can be set to Null
to Layer 3, Encapsulation Type can be set to 802.1Q only. In this case, t
services.
Encapsulation Type:
For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN se
For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E
802.1q.

The Layer 2 attributes of the IF_ETH port specify the information about the link layer,
QinQ type domain.

For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-Line services, you need not set the Laye
For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Tag to Tag A
only the tagged frames, set Tag to Access if the port allows the access of only the untagged frame
allows the access of the tagged frames and untagged frames. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Pri
planning file.

Under Advanced Attributes, set MAC Loopback and PHY Loopback and query the port r
If you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled, the Layer 2 Ethernet packe
are compressed for higher transmission efficiency. When the L2 packet header compression
ISU2/ISX2, it is recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to En
If you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled, the IP packets received by
for higher transmission efficiency. When the L3 packet header compression function is avail
recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled for both e
This operation is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic
enable the broadcast packet suppression function.
Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppres
Suppression Threshold according to the requirements.

If you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled, the Layer 2 Ethernet packe
are compressed for higher transmission efficiency. When the L2 packet header compression
ISU2/ISX2, it is recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to En
If you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled, the IP packets received by
for higher transmission efficiency. When the L3 packet header compression function is avail
recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled for both e
This operation is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic
enable the broadcast packet suppression function.
Set Loopback Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppres
Suppression Threshold according to the requirements.
Suggestions to configuring the Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression parameter:
Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression specifies whether to restrict the traffic of broadc
of the broadcast packets to the total packets. If a broadcast storm may occur on the equipm
parameter to Enabled. For E-LAN services, it is recommended that you set this parameter
This parameter is applicable to E-LAN services in the ingress direction.
When the IF_ETH port transmits an Ethernet service that tolerates some bit errors, such as
service, you can set Error Frame Discard Enabled to Disabled.

Configuring LAGs

Configuring E-Line Services

Clock configuration

2
3

Flowchart for Configuring Microwave Links

For

1+0 or N+0 configuration, skip this step.

Configure the RF
configuration mode.

NEs.

XPIC enabled

Links configured with N+1


protection

Create an XPIC
workgroup.

Links configured with


1+1 protection

Create an N+1
protection group.

Configure the hybrid/AM


attributes of Hybrid
microwave links with
XPIC enabled.

Creating Nes

Create a 1+1
protection group.

Changing NE IDs/Names

Creating a 1+1 Protection Group

These
parameters
take their
default
values.

Select HSB, SD, or FD from the


Working Mode drop-down list.

Select the working and protection IF


boards. Note that the working and
protection IF boards in a 1+1 FD/SD
protection group must be housed in t
paired slots.

Configuring the IF/ODU Information of Microwave Links

M Status according to the network


ng file.
efault AM Status is Disabled.

apacity according to
file. Set this
me value at both ends

The ISU2/ISX2 supports three


IF modes.

You can specify Manual Modulation Mode


only if you set AM Status to Disabled.

Modulation Mode of the Guaranteed AM


Capacity and Modulation Mode of the Full
AM Capacity are available only if you set AM
Status to Enabled.

Enable E1 Priority is available only if you


set AM Status to Enabled.

apacity according to
file. Set this
me value at both ends

Enable E1 Priority is available only if you


set AM Status to Enabled.

Configuring TDM Services

Set the level of the new service. If the service is an E1 service or a


that is bound with VC-12 channels, set this parameter to VC12. If th
data service that is bound with VC-3 channels, set this parameter t
services in a VC-4 pass through the NE, set this parameter to VC4

Set the slot, port of the slot, VC-4 over the port, and timeslot in the
service source is located. If you set Source to a tributary board, S
Source VC4 are unavailable. Set these parameters according to t
planning file.

Set the slot, port of the slot, VC-4 over the port, and timeslot in the
service sink is located. If you set Sink to a tributary board, Sink Po
VC4 are unavailable. Set these parameters according to the netwo

Configuring Hybrid Ethernet Services

the Parameters of Ethernet Ports

Ports on Ethernet boards

attributes of Ethernet ports define the physical-layer information, such as the port mode, encapsul
ximum frame length.

e being used, set Enable Port to Enabled. For ports that are not used, set Enable Port to Disabled.
ode to Layer 2, Encapsulation Type can be set to Null, 802.1Q, or QinQ. If you set Port Mode to Layer 3, Enc
o 802.1Q only. In this case, the port can be used to carry tunnel services.
Type:
E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to Null.
N-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q.
port that is connected to the external equipment, set Working Mode to a value the same as that of the external eq
ing Mode of the external equipment is set to Auto-Negotiation.) For Ethernet ports within a network, set Workin
n.
mes are transmitted, set Max Frame Length(byte) according to the actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise,
at Max Frame Length(byte) takes its default value.

e services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-Line services, you need not set the Layer 2 attributes.
ed E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Tag to Tag Aware if the port allows the ac
d frames, set Tag to Access if the port allows the access of only the untagged frames, and set Tag to Hybrid if th
ess of the tagged frames and untagged frames. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the networ

nced Attributes, set MAC Loopback and PHY Loopback and query the port rate.
n is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown functions or to e
cket suppression function.
k Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Supp
ccording to the requirements.
o configuring the Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression parameter:
oadcast Packet Suppression specifies whether to restrict the traffic of broadcast packets according to the ratio o
ckets to the total packets. If a broadcast storm may occur on the equipment at the opposite end, set this paramete
E-LAN services, it is recommended that you set this parameter to Enabled.
ter is applicable to E-LAN services in the ingress direction.

g the Parameters of IF_ETH Ports

If you set Port Mode to Layer 2, Encapsulation Type can be set to Null, 802.1Q, or QinQ. If you set P
to Layer 3, Encapsulation Type can be set to 802.1Q only. In this case, the port can be used to carry tu
services.
Encapsulation Type:
For P2P E-Line services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-LAN services, set this parameter to N
For VLAN-based E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set this param
802.1q.

tributes of the IF_ETH port specify the information about the link layer, including the tag attribute
in.

services and IEEE 802.1d bridge-based E-Line services, you need not set the Layer 2 attributes.
d E-Line services and IEEE 802.1q bridge-based E-LAN services, set Tag to Tag Aware if the port allows the acc
frames, set Tag to Access if the port allows the access of only the untagged frames, and set Tag to Hybrid if the
ss of the tagged frames and untagged frames. Set Default VLAN ID and VLAN Priority according to the network

ed Attributes, set MAC Loopback and PHY Loopback and query the port rate.
d Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled, the Layer 2 Ethernet packets received by the IF_ETH p
d for higher transmission efficiency. When the L2 packet header compression function is available for the
recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled for both ends of the lin
d Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled, the IP packets received by the IF_ETH port are compre
mission efficiency. When the L3 packet header compression function is available for the ISU2/ISX2, it is
that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled for both ends of the link.
is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown function
adcast packet suppression function.
Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packe
Threshold according to the requirements.

d Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled, the Layer 2 Ethernet packets received by the IF_ETH p
d for higher transmission efficiency. When the L2 packet header compression function is available for the
recommended that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L2 to Enabled for both ends of the lin
d Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled, the IP packets received by the IF_ETH port are compre
mission efficiency. When the L3 packet header compression function is available for the ISU2/ISX2, it is
that you set Speed Air Interface Transmission at L3 to Enabled for both ends of the link.
is mandatory when you need to enable the port self-loop test and automatic loopback shutdown function
adcast packet suppression function.
Check, Loopback Port Shutdown, Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression, and Broadcast Packe
Threshold according to the requirements.
configuring the Enabling Broadcast Packet Suppression parameter:
dcast Packet Suppression specifies whether to restrict the traffic of broadcast packets according to the
st packets to the total packets. If a broadcast storm may occur on the equipment at the opposite end, set
nabled. For E-LAN services, it is recommended that you set this parameter to Enabled.
is applicable to E-LAN services in the ingress direction.
TH port transmits an Ethernet service that tolerates some bit errors, such as a voice service or a video
n set Error Frame Discard Enabled to Disabled.

ing LAGs

ng E-Line Services

Configure Main Board, Main Port, and Selected Standby Ports according to
network planning file. It is recommended that you set the main and standby por
consistently for the equipment at both ends.
Ensure that the IF ports in a LAG have the same hybrid/AM attributes.

If you create a VLAN forwarding table item, the VLA


ID of the UNI-UNI E-Line service transmitted from
Source Interface is changed from Source VLAN ID
Sink VLAN ID, when the service is leaving Sink
Interface.
Only swapping from Source VLAN ID to Sink VLAN
ID is supported. If swapping from the preceding sink
VLAN ID to the preceding source VLAN ID is require
configure another VLAN forwarding table item,
specifying the sink VLAN ID as Source VLAN ID an
the source VLAN ID as Sink VLAN ID.

figuration

icrowave Links

on, skip this step.


Configure the IF/ODU
information of microwave
links.

figured with
ction
Create a 1+1
protection group.

ames

ion Group

Change NE IDs to
ensure that the ID of
an NE is unique on
the network.

Select HSB, SD, or FD from the


Working Mode drop-down list.

Select the working and protection IF


boards. Note that the working and
protection IF boards in a 1+1 FD/SD
protection group must be housed in two
paired slots.

n of Microwave Links

Set Tx Frequency(MHz) and Tx


Power(dBm).

odulation Mode
Disabled.

Mode of the Guaranteed AM


Modulation Mode of the Full
are available only if you set AM
abled.

rvices

of the new service. If the service is an E1 service or a data service


d with VC-12 channels, set this parameter to VC12. If the service is a
that is bound with VC-3 channels, set this parameter to VC3. If all the
VC-4 pass through the NE, set this parameter to VC4.

, port of the slot, VC-4 over the port, and timeslot in the VC-4 where the
rce is located. If you set Source to a tributary board, Source Port and
4 are unavailable. Set these parameters according to the network
e.

, port of the slot, VC-4 over the port, and timeslot in the VC-4 where the
is located. If you set Sink to a tributary board, Sink Port and Sink
available. Set these parameters according to the network planning file.

net Services

mation, such as the port mode, encapsulation

ed, set Enable Port to Disabled.


r QinQ. If you set Port Mode to Layer 3, Encapsulation
vices.

Encapsulation Type to Null.


ces, set Encapsulation Type to 802.1q.
to a value the same as that of the external equipment
or Ethernet ports within a network, set Working Mode to

actual length of the jumbo frames. Otherwise, it is

d not set the Layer 2 attributes.


set Tag to Tag Aware if the port allows the access of
untagged frames, and set Tag to Hybrid if the port
D and VLAN Priority according to the network

y the port rate.


automatic loopback shutdown functions or to enable the

t Suppression, and Broadcast Packet Suppression

meter:
c of broadcast packets according to the ratio of the
uipment at the opposite end, set this parameter to
Enabled.

n be set to Null, 802.1Q, or QinQ. If you set Port Mode


y. In this case, the port can be used to carry tunnel

based E-LAN services, set this parameter to Null.


bridge-based E-LAN services, set this parameter to

he link layer, including the tag attribute and

not set the Layer 2 attributes.


et Tag to Tag Aware if the port allows the access of
untagged frames, and set Tag to Hybrid if the port
and VLAN Priority according to the network

uery the port rate.


Ethernet packets received by the IF_ETH port
er compression function is available for the
on at L2 to Enabled for both ends of the link.
ts received by the IF_ETH port are compressed
unction is available for the ISU2/ISX2, it is
bled for both ends of the link.
nd automatic loopback shutdown functions or to

cket Suppression, and Broadcast Packet

Ethernet packets received by the IF_ETH port


er compression function is available for the
on at L2 to Enabled for both ends of the link.
ts received by the IF_ETH port are compressed
unction is available for the ISU2/ISX2, it is
bled for both ends of the link.
nd automatic loopback shutdown functions or to

cket Suppression, and Broadcast Packet

rameter:
affic of broadcast packets according to the ratio
on the equipment at the opposite end, set this
his parameter to Enabled.

rrors, such as a voice service or a video

LAG Type needs to be set to the same value


at both ends. Generally, LAG Type is set to
Static.
If a LAG is configured only to implement
protection, it is recommended that you set
Load Sharing to Non-Sharing for the
equipment at both ends. If a LAG is configured
to increase bandwidth, it is recommended that
you set Load Sharing to Sharing for the
equipment at both ends.
It is recommended that System Priority takes
its default value. This parameter is valid only to
a static LAG.

Main Port, and Selected Standby Ports according to the


s recommended that you set the main and standby ports
pment at both ends.
in a LAG have the same hybrid/AM attributes.

Set Service ID and Service Name


according to the network planning file.
Set Direction to UNI-UNI. For QinQbased E-Line services, set Direction
to UNI-NNI.

Set Source Interface and Sink Interface.


To specify the source or sink port, select a
board and then select a port on the board.
If Source VLAN ID and Sink VLAN ID are
blank, it indicates that you create a point-topoint transparently transmitted E-Line
service. If you need to create a VLANbased E-Line service, enter the VLAN IDs
as planned.

If you create a VLAN forwarding table item, the VLAN


ID of the UNI-UNI E-Line service transmitted from
Source Interface is changed from Source VLAN ID to
Sink VLAN ID, when the service is leaving Sink
Interface.
Only swapping from Source VLAN ID to Sink VLAN
ID is supported. If swapping from the preceding sink
VLAN ID to the preceding source VLAN ID is required,
configure another VLAN forwarding table item,
specifying the sink VLAN ID as Source VLAN ID and
the source VLAN ID as Sink VLAN ID.

No.

Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1.15.2A

Working Process
E1 Software Loopback
Steps

In the Function Tree, click the tributary board where the loopb

Choose Configuration > PDH Interface in the Function Tree


displayed.

Select the E1 signal to be looped back. Then, double-click Tr


Outloop.

Click Apply.

Front
view

Key Techniques
1

E1 inloop indicates that the E1 signal is looped back toward t

E1 inloop indicates that the E1 signal is looped back against t

3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Materials
1

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Standard Operation Procedure for OptiX RTN 900 Series

1.15.2B

Working Process
Test the E1 Services
Steps

Perform the hardware loopback of the E1 signal on the DDF.

Click the tributary board to be tested, and choose Configurati


Then, the PRBS Test page is displayed.

Select the E1 signal to be looped back. Double-click Directio


duration to 15 minutes.

Click Start to Test to start the PRBS test.

Key Techniques

The test directions of the PRBS test function as follows. In the


local DDF to the equipment can be tested. When the remote
direction is selected at the local end, the bit errors from the ra
tested.

All the loopbacks should be cancelled after test.

3
4

Tools/Meters
1

Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

15 MIN

Steps

ributary board where the loopback is to be performed.


Interface in the Function Tree. Then, the PDH Interface page is

ed back. Then, double-click Tributary Loopback and select Inloop or

Key Techniques
signal is looped back toward the backplane.
signal is looped back against the backplane.

Tools/Meters
3
6

Materials

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Operator

Operation Time

15 MIN

Steps

k of the E1 signal on the DDF.

ested, and choose Configuration > PRBS Test in the Function Tree.
displayed.

ed back. Double-click Direction and select Tributary. Then, set the test

PRBS test.

Key Techniques

S test function as follows. In the tributary direction, the bit errors from the
n be tested. When the remote E1 signal is looped back and the cross
al end, the bit errors from the radio link to the local tributary board can be

cancelled after test.

Tools/Meters
3
6

Materials

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The tower and pole grounding map of a micr

ODU grounding

1. Connect to the tower by ground clip, the ground point should be


2. The masts connect to the ground bar in the bottom of the masts
should be grounded well. The ground point should be burnished if t

1m The grounding cable of ODU should be no more than

1m

The thickness of the grounding cable should not be less than 16x16

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IF cable

IF there is a SPD, the SPD should be installed near ODU. The SPD g
ground bar of ODU or connected to the tower by ground clip when th

There are 2 ground points of IF cable from ODU to the outdoor grou
and the outdoor ground bar.

IF cable should share the same feeder window with the feeder of ra
IDU Information IDU installed in the same cabinet with BBU is recommended.
The outer layer of IDU shielded wire should be grounded at DDF
IDU

IDU should be connected to the sub bar of the transmission cabinet


bar of the machine room.
The thickness of the grounding cable should not be less than 6x6

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the ground point should be burnished if there is paint or rustiness.

n the bottom of the masts or to the cable ladder. The ground


ladder
t should be burnished if there is paint or rustiness.

no more than 1m

uld not be less than 16x16

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wer by ground clip when there is no ground bar of ODU.

om ODU to the outdoor ground bar which locate the root of the tower
dow with the feeder of raido system.

BU is recommended.
grounded at DDF
the transmission cabinet, if there is no sub bar, connected to the

uld not be less than 6x6

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