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BSC6900 GSM V900R013C00 Hardware Description Issue 04 Date 2011-08-31 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

BSC6900 GSM

V900R013C00

Hardware Description

Issue

04

Date

2011-08-31

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

BSC6900 GSM V900R013C00 Hardware Description Issue 04 Date 2011-08-31 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

About This Document

About This Document

Overview

This document describes the hardware components of the BSC6900. It provides the users with a detailed and comprehensive reference to the BSC6900.

Product Version

The following table lists the product version related to this document.

Product Name

Product Version

BSC6900

V900R013C00

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

l

Installers

l

Site operators

Organization

1 Changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

This chapter describes the changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description.

2 Physical Structure

The BSC6900 hardware consists of the cabinet, cables, and LMT.

3 Cabinet

The cabinet is the main component of the BSC6900 system. The BSC6900 uses the Huawei N68E-22 cabinet.

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4 Components of the Cabinet

Components of the cabinet involve the power distribution box (common power distribution box or high-power power distribution box), air defence subrack, rear cable trough, subrack, independent fan subrack, rack, GBAM, KVM, LAN switch, and cabling frame.

5 Subracks

This chapter describes subracks. Subracks are used to house boards and backplanes to form an independent unit.

6 Boards

This chapter describes the boards supported by the BSC6900.

7 Cables

This chapter describes all the cables used inside and outside the BSC6900 cabinet.

8 LEDs on the Boards

This chapter describes the LEDs on the BSC6900 boards.

9 DIP Switches on Components

This chapter describes the DIP switches on the boards and subracks of the BSC6900.

Conventions

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided,

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance degradation, or unexpected results.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

General Conventions

The general conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

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Convention

Description

Times New Roman

Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.

Boldface

Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in boldface. For example, log in as user root.

Italic

Book titles are in italics.

Courier New

Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New.

Command Conventions

The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

 

The keywords of a command line are in boldface.

Italic

 

Command arguments are in italics.

[

]

Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional.

{

x | y |

}

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected.

[

x | y |

]

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected or no item is selected.

{

x | y |

} *

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected.

[

x | y |

] *

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. Several items or no item can be selected.

GUI Conventions

The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are in boldface. For example, click OK.

>

Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Keyboard Operations

The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

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Format

Description

Key

Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.

Key 1+Key 2

Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.

Key 1, Key 2

Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operations

The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Action

Description

Click

Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.

Double-click

Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

Drag

Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

ii

1 Changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

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2 Physical Structure

4

3 Cabinet

6

3.1 Appearance of the Cabinet

7

3.2 Classification of Cabinets

8

3.3 Components of the Cabinet

9

3.4 Technical Specifications of the Cabinet

13

3.5 Cable Connections of the Cabinet

14

3.5.1 Relation Between Power Outputs and Cabinet Components

14

3.5.2 Connections of Power Cables and PGND Cables in the Cabinet

18

3.5.3 Connections of Signal Cables for the MPR

24

3.5.4 Connections of Signal Cables for the EPR

28

3.5.5 Connections of Signal Cables for the TCR

31

4 Components of the Cabinet

35

4.1 High-Power Power Distribution Box

37

4.1.1 Front Panel of the High-Power Power Distribution Box

37

4.1.2 Rear Panel of the High-Power Power Distribution Box

38

4.1.3 Technical Specifications of the High-Power Power Distribution Box

39

4.1.4 Distribution of Power Switches on the High-Power Power Distribution Box

40

4.2 Common Power Distribution Box

41

4.2.1 Front Panel of the Common Power Distribution Box

41

4.2.2 Rear Panel of the Common Power Distribution Box

43

4.2.3 Technical Specifications of the Common Power Distribution Box

43

4.2.4 Distribution of Power Switches on the Common Power Distribution Box

44

4.3 Air Defence Subrack

46

4.4 Rear Cable Trough

47

4.5 Cabling Frame

47

4.6 KVM

48

4.7 LAN Switch

49

4.8 GBAM

51

4.8.1

Functions of GBAM

52

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4.8.2 Physical Appearance of the GBAM (IBM X3650T)

52

4.8.3 Physical Appearance of the GBAM (HUAWEI C5210)

55

4.8.4 Physical Appearance of the GBAM (HP CC3310)

58

4.9

Independent Fan Subrack

60

4.9.1 Appearance of the Independent Fan Subrack

61

4.9.2 Technical Specifications of the Independent Fan Subrack

62

5 Subracks

63

5.1 Classification of Subracks

64

5.2 Components of the Subrack

64

5.3 Fan Box

66

5.3.1 Fan Box (Configured with the PFCU Board)

66

5.3.2 Fan Box (Configured with the PFCB Board)

69

5.4 Slots in the Subrack

71

5.5 DIP Switch on the Subrack

72

5.6 Configuration of the Subrack

74

5.6.1 Configuration of the MPS

74

5.6.2 Configuration of the EPS

75

5.6.3 Configuration of the TCS

77

5.7 Technical Specifications of the Subrack

78

6

Boards

79

6.1 DPUa Board

85

6.1.1 Functions of the DPUa Board

85

6.1.2 Panel of the DPUa Board

85

6.1.3 LEDs on the DPUa Board

86

6.1.4 Technical Specifications of the DPUa Board

87

6.2 DPUc Board

87

6.2.1 Functions of the DPUc Board

88

6.2.2 Panel of the DPUc Board

88

6.2.3 LEDs on the DPUc Board

89

6.2.4 Technical Specifications of the DPUc Board

90

6.3 DPUd Board

91

6.3.1 Functions of the DPUd Board

91

6.3.2 Panel of the DPUd Board

91

6.3.3 LEDs on the DPUd Board

92

6.3.4 Technical Specifications of the DPUd Board

93

6.4 DPUf Board

94

6.4.1 Functions of the DPUf Board

94

6.4.2 Panel of the DPUf Board

94

6.4.3 LEDs on the DPUf Board

95

6.4.4 Technical Specifications of the DPUf Board

96

6.5 DPUg Board

97

6.5.1

Functions of the DPUg Board

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6.5.2 Panel of the DPUg Board

97

6.5.3 LEDs on the DPUg Board

98

6.5.4 Technical Specifications of the DPUg Board

99

6.6 EIUa Board

100

6.6.1 Functions of the EIUa Board

100

6.6.2 Panel of the EIUa Board

100

6.6.3 LEDs on the EIUa Board

101

6.6.4 Ports on the EIUa Board

102

6.6.5 DIP Switches on the EIUa Board

102

6.6.6 Technical Specifications of the EIUa Board

105

6.7 FG2a Board

106

6.7.1 Functions of the FG2a Board

106

6.7.2 Panel of the FG2a Board

106

6.7.3 LEDs on the FG2a Board

107

6.7.4 Ports on the FG2a Board

108

6.7.5 Technical Specifications of the FG2a Board

109

6.8 FG2c Board

109

6.8.1 Functions of the FG2c Board

110

6.8.2 Panel of the FG2c Board

110

6.8.3 LEDs on the FG2c Board

111

6.8.4 Ports on the FG2c Board

112

6.8.5 Technical Specifications of the FG2c Board

112

6.9 GCUa/GCGa Board

113

6.9.1 Functions of the GCUa/GCGa Board

113

6.9.2 Panel of the GCUa/GCGa Board

114

6.9.3 LEDs on the GCUa/GCGa Board

115

6.9.4 Ports on the GCUa/GCGa Board

116

6.9.5 Technical Specifications of the GCUa/GCGa Board

117

6.10

GOUa Board

117

6.10.1 Functions of the GOUa Board

117

6.10.2 Panel of the GOUa Board

118

6.10.3 LEDs on the GOUa Board

118

6.10.4 Ports on the GOUa Board

119

6.10.5 Technical Specifications of the GOUa Board

119

6.11

GOUc Board

121

6.11.1 Functions of the GOUc Board

121

6.11.2 Panel of the GOUc Board

121

6.11.3 LEDs on the GOUc Board

122

6.11.4 Ports on the GOUc Board

123

6.11.5 Technical Specifications of the GOUc Board

123

6.12

MDMC Board

125

6.12.1

Functions of the MDMC Board

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6.12.2 Panel of the MDMC Board

125

6.12.3 LEDs on the MDMC Board

126

6.12.4 DIP Switch on the MDMC Board

127

6.13

OIUa Board

127

6.13.1 Functions of the OIUa Board

128

6.13.2 Panel of the OIUa Board

128

6.13.3 LEDs on the OIUa Board

129

6.13.4 Ports on the OIUa Board

130

6.13.5 Technical Specifications of the OIUa Board

130

6.14

OMUa/OMUb Board

132

6.14.1 Functions of the OMUa/OMUb Board

132

6.14.2 Panel of the OMUa/OMUb Board

132

6.14.3 LEDs on the OMUa/OMUb Board

134

6.14.4 Ports on the OMUa/OMUb Board

135

6.14.5 Technical Specifications of the OMUa/OMUb Board

135

6.15

OMUc Board

137

6.15.1 Functions of the OMUc Board

137

6.15.2 Panel of the OMUc Board

137

6.15.3 LEDs on the OMUc Board

139

6.15.4 Ports on the OMUc Board

139

6.15.5 Technical Specifications of the OMUc Board

140

6.16

PAMU Board

141

6.16.1 Functions of the PAMU Board

141

6.16.2 Panel of the PAMU Board

142

6.16.3 LEDs on the PAMU Board

142

6.16.4 DIP Switch on the PAMU Board

143

6.16.5 Technical Specifications of the PAMU Board

144

6.17

PEUa Board

144

6.17.1 Functions of the PEUa Board

144

6.17.2 Panel of the PEUa Board

145

6.17.3 LEDs on the PEUa Board

145

6.17.4 Ports on the PEUa Board

146

6.17.5 DIP Switches on the PEUa Board

146

6.17.6 Technical Specifications of the PEUa Board

149

6.18

PFCU Board

150

6.18.1 Functions of the PFCU Board

150

6.18.2 DIP Switch on the PFCU Board

151

6.18.3 Technical Specifications of the PFCU Board

152

6.19

PFCB Board

152

6.19.1 Functions of the PFCB Board

153

6.19.2 Pins on the PFCB Board

153

6.19.3 Technical Specifications of the PFCU Board

154

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6.20

POUc Board

154

6.20.1 Functions of the POUc Board

155

6.20.2 Panel of the POUc Board

155

6.20.3 LEDs on the POUc Board

156

6.20.4 Ports on the POUc Board

157

6.20.5 Technical Specifications of the POUc Board

158

6.21

SCUa Board

160

6.21.1 Functions of the SCUa Board

160

6.21.2 Panel of the SCUa Board

161

6.21.3 LEDs on the SCUa Board

162

6.21.4 Ports on the SCUa Board

162

6.21.5 Technical Specifications of the SCUa Board

163

6.22

SCUb Board

164

6.22.1 Functions of the SCUb Board

164

6.22.2 Panel of the SCUb Board

165

6.22.3 LEDs on the SCUb Board

166

6.22.4 Ports on the SCUb Board

166

6.22.5 Technical Specifications of the SCUb Board

167

6.23

TNUa Board

168

6.23.1 Functions of the TNUa Board

168

6.23.2 Panel of the TNUa Board

169

6.23.3 LEDs on the TNUa Board

169

6.23.4 Ports on the TNUa Board

170

6.23.5 Technical Specifications of the TNUa Board

170

6.24

XPUa Board

171

6.24.1 Functions of the XPUa Board

171

6.24.2 Panel of the XPUa Board

172

6.24.3 LEDs on the XPUa Board

173

6.24.4 Ports on the XPUa Board

174

6.24.5 Technical Specifications of the XPUa Board

174

6.25

XPUb Board

175

6.25.1 Functions of the XPUb Board

175

6.25.2 Panel of the XPUb Board

176

6.25.3 LEDs on the XPUb Board

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6.25.4 Ports on the XPUb Board

178

6.25.5 Technical Specifications of the XPUb Board

178

6.26

WOPB Board

179

6.26.1

Functions of the WOPB Board

179

7 Cables

180

7.1 Power Cables

183

7.2 PGND Cables

186

7.3 Optical Cable

188

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7.4 Optical Splitter/Combiner

189

7.5 75-ohm Coaxial Cable

192

7.6 Active/Standby 75-ohm Coaxial Cable

194

7.7 120-ohm Twisted Pair Cable

198

7.8 Active/Standby 120-ohm Twisted Pair Cable

200

7.9 Inter-TNUa Cable

203

7.10 BITS Clock Cable

205

7.11 Y-Shaped Clock Cable

206

7.12 Line Clock Signal Cable

208

7.13 Straight-Through Cable

208

7.14 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Independent Fan Subrack

211

7.15 Alarm Box Signal Cable

212

7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Power Distribution Box

213

7.17 GPS Signal Transmission Cable

215

7.18 OMU serial port cable

216

7.19 EMU RS485 Communication Cable

217

7.20 SFP+ High-Speed Cable

218

8 LEDs on the Boards

219

8.1 LEDs on the DPUa Board

221

8.2 LEDs on the DPUc Board

221

8.3 LEDs on the DPUd Board

222

8.4 LEDs on the DPUf Board

222

8.5 LEDs on the DPUg Board

223

8.6 LEDs on the EIUa Board

224

8.7 LEDs on the FG2a Board

224

8.8 LEDs on the FG2c Board

225

8.9 LEDs on the GCUa/GCGa Board

226

8.10 LEDs on the GOUa Board

226

8.11 LEDs on the GOUc Board

227

8.12 LEDs on the MDMC Board

228

8.13 LEDs on the OIUa Board

228

8.14 LEDs on the OMUa/OMUb Board

229

8.15 LEDs on the OMUc Board

230

8.16 LEDs on the PAMU Board

231

8.17 LEDs on the PEUa Board

231

8.18 LEDs on the POUc Board

232

8.19 LEDs on the SCUa Board

233

8.20 LEDs on the SCUb Board

233

8.21 LEDs on the TNUa Board

234

8.22 LEDs on the XPUa Board

235

8.23 LEDs on the XPUb Board

236

9 DIP Switches on Components

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9.1 DIP Switch on the Subrack

238

9.2 DIP Switches on the EIUa Board

240

9.3 DIP Switch on the MDMC Board

242

9.4 DIP Switch on the PAMU Board

243

9.5 DIP Switches on the PEUa Board

243

9.6 DIP Switch on the PFCU Board

246

9.7 Pins on the PFCB Board

248

BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

1 Changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

1 Changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

This chapter describes the changes in the BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description.

04 (2011-08-31)

This is the fourth commercial release of V900R013C00.

Compared with issue 03 (2011-05-30), this issue does not include any new topics.

Compared with issue 03 (2011-05-30), this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Description

3.4 Technical Specifications of the Cabinet

The following specifications are added: power consumption and heat dissipation.

6 Boards

l

The description of board replacement is added.

l

The information about interfaces sharing an interface board is added.

l

Specifications about bandwidth provided by the backplane for each board are added.

6.21.5

Technical Specifications

Specifications about switching bandwidth of each slot when the subrack is configured with two SCUa boards are added.

of the SCUa Board

6.22.5

Technical Specifications

Specifications about switching bandwidth of each slot when the subrack is configured with two SCUb boards are added.

of the SCUb Board

6.23.5

Technical Specifications

The specification about board processing capability is added.

of the TNUa Board

6.20.4

Ports on the POUc Board

The description of optical port multiplexing E1/T1 port number is added.

6.13.4

Ports on the OIUa Board

The description of optical port multiplexing E1/T1 port number is added.

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Description

6.10.5

Technical Specifications

The specification unit when the GOUa board functions as an A interface is changed from CIC to Erlang.

of the GOUa Board

6.11.5

Technical Specifications

The specification unit when the GOUc board functions as an A interface is changed from CIC to Erlang.

of the GOUc Board

6.20.5

Technical Specifications

The specification unit when the POUc board functions as an A interface is changed from CIC to Erlang.

of the POUc Board

6.7.5

Technical Specifications

The specification unit when the FG2a board functions as an A interface is changed from CIC to Erlang.

of the FG2a Board

6.8.5

Technical Specifications

The specification unit when the FG2c board functions as an A interface is changed from CIC to Erlang.

of the FG2c Board

6.14 OMUa/OMUb Board

The board slot is modified.

Compared with issue 03 (2011-05-30), this issue does not exclude any topics.

03

(2011-05-30)

 

This is the third commercial release of V900R013C00.

Compared with issue 02 (2011-04-25), this issue does not include any new topics.

Compared with issue 02 (2011-04-25), this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Description

Technical Specifications of the Subrack

The specification of power consumption is modified.

02

(2011-04-25)

Compared with issue 02 (2011-04-25), this issue does not exclude any topics.

This is the second commercial release of V900R013C00.

Compared with issue 01 (2011-03-30), this issue includes the following new topics:

l Optical Splitter/Combiner

Compared with issue 01 (2011-03-30), this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Description

Technical Specifications of the SCUb Board

The specification of power consumption and weight are modified.

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Content

Description

Technical Specifications of the DPUf Board

The specification of power consumption and weight are modified.

Technical Specifications of the DPUg Board

The specification of power consumption is modified.

Compared with issue 01 (2011-03-30), this issue does not exclude any topics.

01 (2011-03-30)

This is the first commercial release of V900R013C00.

Compared with issue Draft A (2011-01-31), this issue does not include any new topics.

Compared with issue Draft A (2011-01-31), this issue does not incorporate any changes.

Compared with issue Draft A (2011-01-31), this issue does not exclude any topics.

Draft A (2011-01-31)

This is the Draft A release of V900R013C00.

Compared with issue 03 (2010-09-20) of V900R012C01, this issue includes the following new topics:

l

DPUf Board

l

DPUg Board

l

OMUc Board

l

SCUb Board

l

SFP+ High-Speed Cable

Compared with issue 03 (2010-09-20) of V900R012C01, this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Description

Rear Panel of the High-Power Power Distribution Box

The figure of the rear panel of the high-power power distribution box is modified.

Rear Panel of the Common Power Distribution Box

The figure of the rear panel of the common power distribution box is modified.

EMU RS485 Communication Cable

The installation of EMU RS485 communication cable is modified.

Technical Specifications of the PEUa Board

The A-interface processing specification of the board is added: CIC (64K).

Compared with issue 03 (2010-09-20) of V900R012C01, this issue does not exclude any topics.

BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

2 Physical Structure

2 Physical Structure

The BSC6900 hardware consists of the cabinet, cables, and LMT. Figure 2-1 shows the BSC6900 physical structure.

Figure 2-1 BSC6900 physical structure

physical structure. Figure 2-1 BSC6900 physical structure (1) GPS: Global Positioning System (3) LMT: Local

(1) GPS: Global Positioning System

(3) LMT: Local Maintenance Terminal

(2) PDF: Power Distribution Frame (DC)

Table 2-1 describes the components of the BSC6900.

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Table 2-1 Components of the BSC6900

Component

Description

Cabinet

For details, see 3 Cabinet.

Cables

For details, see 7 Cables.

GPS antenna system

The GPS antenna system consists of the antenna, feeder, jumper, and surge protector.

The GPS antenna system is used to receive GPS satellite signals. It is optional.

LMT

The LMT refers to the operation and maintenance (OM) terminal that is installed with the Huawei Local Maintenance Terminal software and is connected to the OM network of the BSC6900. The LMT is used to operate and maintain the BSC6900.

For details, see the BSC6900 GSM LMT User Guide.

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3 Cabinet

3 Cabinet

About This Chapter

The cabinet is the main component of the BSC6900 system. The BSC6900 uses the Huawei N68E-22 cabinet.

3.1 Appearance of the Cabinet

The N68E-22 cabinet is of two types, namely, the single-door cabinet and the double-door cabinet.

3.2 Classification of Cabinets

Based on functions, cabinets are classified into the main processing rack (MPR), extended processing rack (EPR), and transcoder rack (TCR).

3.3 Components of the Cabinet

When the MPR is configured with the GBAM, the components of the MPR are different from those of the EPR/TCR. When the MPR is configured with the OMU board, the components of the MPR are the same as those of the EPR/TCR.

3.4 Technical Specifications of the Cabinet

The technical specifications of the cabinet consist of cabinet dimensions, height of the available

space, cabinet weight, rated input voltage, input voltage range, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), power consumption and heat dissipation.

3.5 Cable Connections of the Cabinet

This section describes the connections of the power cables, PGND cables, and signal cables in

the cabinet.

BSC6900 GSM Hardware Description

3 Cabinet

3.1 Appearance of the Cabinet

The N68E-22 cabinet is of two types, namely, the single-door cabinet and the double-door cabinet.

Figure 3-1 shows the single-door cabinet. Figure 3-2 shows the double-door cabinet.

Figure 3-1 Single-door cabinet

the double-door cabinet. Figure 3-1 Single-door cabinet Issue 04 (2011-08-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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Figure 3-2 Double-door cabinet

Description 3 Cabinet Figure 3-2 Double-door cabinet 3.2 Classification of Cabinets Based on functions, cabinets

3.2 Classification of Cabinets

Based on functions, cabinets are classified into the main processing rack (MPR), extended processing rack (EPR), and transcoder rack (TCR).

MPR

 

Only one MPR is configured in the BSC6900.

EPR

 

The number of EPRs to be configured depends on the traffic volume, but only one EPR can be configured in the BSC6900. You can also choose not to configure the EPR.

TCR

The number of TCRs to be configured depends on the traffic volume and the configuration modes of subracks. Up to two TCRs can be configured in the BSC6900. You can also choose not to configure a TCR.

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For details on the components of the MPR, the EPR, or the TCR, see 3.3 Components of the Cabinet.

3.3 Components of the Cabinet

When the MPR is configured with the GBAM, the components of the MPR are different from those of the EPR/TCR. When the MPR is configured with the OMU board, the components of the MPR are the same as those of the EPR/TCR.

Components of the MPR (Configured with the OMU)/EPR/TCR

When the MPR cabinet is configured with the OMU board, the components of the MPR are the same as those of the EPR/TCR. The components are the power distribution box, subrack, air defence subrack, independent fan subrack, cable rack, rack, and rear cable trough. Figure 3-3 shows the components of the MPR (configured with the OMU board)/EPR/TCR.

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Figure 3-3 Components of the MPR (configured with the OMU board)/EPR/TCR

of the MPR (configured with the OMU board)/EPR/TCR (1) Air inlet (2) Independent fan subrack (3)

(1) Air inlet

(2) Independent fan subrack

(3) Subrack

(4) Air defence subrack

(5) Filler panel

(6) Power distribution box

(7) Cable rack

(8) Rear cable trough

Table 3-1 lists the components of the cabinet and describes their configurations.

Table 3-1 Components of the cabinet and their configurations

Component

Configuration

Power Distribution Box or Power Distribution Box

One common power distribution box or one high-power power distribution box is configured.

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Component

Configuration

Subrack

l

The MPR is configured with one main processing subrack (MPS). In addition, depending on the traffic volume, it is configured with zero to two extended processing subracks (EPSs) or transcoder subracks (TCSs).

l

The EPR is configured with one to three EPSs, depending on the traffic volume.

l

The TCR is configured with one to three TCSs, depending on the traffic volume.

Air Defence Subrack

Two air defence subracks are configured.

Independent Fan Subrack

Only one independent fan subrack is configured.

Rear Cable Trough

Three rear cable troughs are configured.

Cable Trough Three rear cable troughs are configured. NOTE The subracks are numbered from bottom to

NOTE

The subracks are numbered from bottom to top, and the MPS is numbered 0.

Components of the MPR (Configured with the GBAM)

When the MPR is configured with the GBAM, its components are the power distribution box, subrack, air defence subrack, KVM, LAN switch, cabling frame, GBAM, and rear cable trough. Figure 3-4 shows the components of the MPR (configured with the GBAM).

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Figure 3-4 Components of the MPR (configured with the GBAM)

Figure 3-4 Components of the MPR (configured with the GBAM) (1) GBAM (6) Subrack (7) Air

(1) GBAM

(6) Subrack (7) Air defence subrack

(2) Filler panel

(3) Cabling frame (8) Power distribution box

(4) LAN switch (9) Cable rack

(5) KVM (10) Rear cable trough

Table 3-2 lists the components of the MPR and describes their configurations.

Table 3-2 Components of the MPR and their configurations

Component

Configuration

Power Distribution Box

Only one common power distribution box is configured.

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Component

Configuration

Subrack

The MPR is configured with one MPS. In addition, depending on the traffic volume, it is configured with zero to two EPSs or TCSs.

Air Defence Subrack

Two air defence subracks are configured.

KVM

The KVM is optional. The MPR can be configured with one KVM.

LAN switch

One LAN switch is configured.

Cabling Frame

One cabling frame is configured.

GBAM

One GBAM is configured.

Rear Cable Trough

Three rear cable troughs are configured.

Cable Trough Three rear cable troughs are configured. NOTE The MPR can use the common power

NOTE

The MPR can use the common power distribution box but not the high-power distribution box when it is configured with the GBAM.

3.4 Technical Specifications of the Cabinet

The technical specifications of the cabinet consist of cabinet dimensions, height of the available space, cabinet weight, rated input voltage, input voltage range, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), power consumption and heat dissipation.

Table 3-3 describes the technical specifications of the BSC6900 cabinet (N68E-22).

Table 3-3 Technical specifications of the BSC6900 cabinet (N68E-22)

Item

Specification

Dimensions

2200 mm (height) x 600 mm (width) x 800 mm (depth)

Height of the available space

46 U (1 U = 44.45 mm = 1.75 inches)

Weight

l

Empty cabinet 100 kg

l

Cabinet in full configuration 320 kg

Rated input voltage

-48 V DC power supply

Input voltage range

-40 V to -57 V

EMC

l

Meets the requirements in ETSI EN300 386

l

Meets the requirements in Council directive 89/336/ EEC

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Item

Specification

Power consumption

The cabinet power consumption equals the sum of power consumption of all subracks in the cabinet.

It is recommended that the power distribution system provide a maximum of 5100 W power per cabinet to facilitate capacity expansion.

Heat dissipation

l

MPR 4100 W

l

EPR 4100 W

l

TCR 4100 W

4100 W l EPR ≤ 4100 W l TCR ≤ 4100 W WARNING When the voltage

WARNING

When the voltage of power supply is lower than the lower threshold of the input voltage scope, multiple boards may become abnormal at the same time.

Therefore, check the power system if multiple boards are abnormal at the same time.

3.5 Cable Connections of the Cabinet

This section describes the connections of the power cables, PGND cables, and signal cables in the cabinet.

3.5.1 Relation Between Power Outputs and Cabinet Components

This section describes the fixed relation between the outputs of the PDF and the inputs of power distribution box as well as between the outputs of power distribution box and the components in the cabinet.

Cabinet Configured with High-Power Power Distribution Box

For details on the working mechanism of the power system, see the Power Supply Principle.

Figure 3-5 shows the relation between power outputs and the components in the MPR that is configured with a high-power power distribution box. Table 3-4 describes the relation between power outputs and the components in the MPR that is configured with a high-power power distribution box.

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Figure 3-5 Relation between power outputs and cabinet components (with high-power power distribution box)

cabinet components (with high-power power distribution box) Table 3-4 Relation between power outputs and cabinet

Table 3-4 Relation between power outputs and cabinet components (with high-power power distribution box)

PDF Output

Input of Power Distribution Box

Output

Subrack Input

of Power

 

Distribut

ion Box

63

A -48 V DC

A1(-)

A7 NEG

-48 V DC input 2 on the independent fan subrack

output 1

(-)

A8 NEG

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 2

(-)

63

A -48 V DC

B1(-)

B7 NEG(-)

-48 V DC input 1 on the independent fan subrack

output 2

B8 NEG(-)

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 2

63

A RTN power

A1(+)

A7 RTN

RTN power input 2 on the independent fan subrack

output 1

(+)

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PDF Output

Input of Power Distribution Box

Output

Subrack Input

of Power

 

Distribut

ion Box

   

A8 RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

(+)

2

63 A RTN power output 2

B1(+)

B7 RTN

RTN power input 1 on the independent fan subrack

(+)

 

B8 RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

(+)

2

100

A -48 V DC

A3(-)

A9 NEG

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 1

output 1

(-)

A10 NEG

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 0

(-)

100

A -48 V DC

B3(-)

B9 NEG(-)

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 1

output 2

B10 NEG

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 0

(-)

100

A RTN power

A3(+)

A9 RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

output 1

(+)

1

A10 RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

(+)

0

100

A RTN power

B3(+)

B9 RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

output 2

(+)

1

B10 RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

(+)

0

Cabinet Configured with Common Power Distribution Box

Figure 3-6 shows the relation between power outputs and the components in the MPR that is configured with a common power distribution box. Table 3-5 describes the relation between power outputs and the components in the MPR that is configured with a common power distribution box.

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Figure 3-6 Relation between power outputs and cabinet components (with common power distribution box)

and cabinet components (with common power distribution box) Table 3-5 Relation between power outputs and cabinet

Table 3-5 Relation between power outputs and cabinet components (with common power distribution box)

PDF Output

Input of Power Distribution Box

Output

Subrack Input

of Power

 

Distribut

ion Box

100

A -48 V DC

-48V1

I

-48V1

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 2

output 1

II

-48V1

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 1

III

-48V1

-48 V DC input 1 on subrack 0

100

A -48 V DC

-48V2

I

-48V2

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 2

output 2

II

-48V2

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 1

III

-48V2

-48 V DC input 2 on subrack 0

100

A RTN power

RTN

RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

output 1

2

RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

1

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PDF Output

Input of Power Distribution Box

Output

Subrack Input

of Power

 

Distribut

ion Box

   

RTN

RTN power input 1 on subrack

0

100 A RTN power output 2

RTN

RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

2

 

RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

1

RTN

RTN power input 2 on subrack

0

3.5.2 Connections of Power Cables and PGND Cables in the Cabinet

The power cables in the cabinet are used to connect the power distribution box to the subrack and independent fan subrack, thus ensuring a stable power supply to the subrack and independent fan subrack. The PGND cables are used to connect the cabinet to the ground bar in the equipment room, thus protecting the cabinet from electrostatic discharge.

Connections of Power Cables and PGND Cables in the MPR (Configured with the OMU Board)/EPR/TCR

When the MPR is configured with the OMU board, the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR are the same as the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the EPR/TCR. Figure 3-7 shows the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with the OMU board)/EPR/TCR that is configured with the high-power power distribution box.

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Figure 3-7 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the cabinet (configured with the high-power power distribution box)

(configured with the high-power power distribution box) Table 3-6 describes the connections of power cables and

Table 3-6 describes the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the BSC6900 cabinet.

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Table 3-6 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the BSC6900 cabinet

SN

Description

5, 6, 11, 12

Power cables for the bottom subrack

3, 4, 9, 10

Power cables for the middle subrack

1, 2, 7, 8

Power cables for the top subrack

13

PGND cable connecting the power distribution box and the mounting bar

14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

PGND cables connecting the subracks and the mounting bar

24, 25, 26

Inter-cabinet PGND cables

27, 28, 29, 30

Power cables for the independent fan subrack

31

PGND cable connecting the independent fan subrack and the mounting bar

50-57

PGND cables for cabinet doors and side panels

Connections of Power Cables and PGND Cables in the MPR (Configured with the GBAM)

Figure 3-8 shows the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR that is configured with GBAM IBM X3650T. Figure 3-9 shows the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR that is configured with GBAM HUAWEI C5210 or HP CC3310.

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Figure 3-8 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with IBM

X3650T)

and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with IBM X3650T) Table 3-7 describes the connections of

Table 3-7 describes the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR that is configured with IBM X3650T.

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Table 3-7 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with IBM

X3650T)

SN

Description

1-8

Power cables for subracks

9, 10

Power cables for the LAN switch

11

Power cable for the KVM

12

Monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box

11.1.1, 11.1.2, 11.2.1, 11.2.2

Power cables for the GBAM

13

PGND cable connecting the power distribution box and the busbar

14, 15, 16, 17

PGND cables for subracks

18, 19

PGND cables connecting the busbars of different cabinets

20

PGND cable for the KVM

21

PGND cable for the LAN switch

22, 23

PGND cables for the GBAM

24-31

PGND cables for cabinet doors and side panels

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Figure 3-9 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with HUAWEI C5210 or HP CC3310)

in the MPR (configured with HUAWEI C5210 or HP CC3310) Table 3-8 describes the connections of

Table 3-8 describes the connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR that is configured with HUAWEI C5210 or HP CC3310.

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Table 3-8 Connections of power cables and PGND cables in the MPR (configured with HUAWEI C5210 or HP CC3310)

SN

Description

1-8

Power cables for subracks

11

Power cable for the KVM

12

Monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box

11.1.1, 11.2.1

Power cables for the LAN switch

9.1, 9.2, 10.1, 10.2, 11.1.2, 11.2.2, 11.1.3,

Power cables for the GBAM

11.2.3

13

PGND cable connecting the power distribution box and the busbar

14, 15, 16, 17

PGND cables for subracks

18, 19

PGND cables connecting the busbars of different cabinets

20

PGND cable for the KVM

21

PGND cable for the LAN switch

22, 23

PGND cables for the GBAM

24-31

PGND cables for cabinet doors and side panels

3.5.3 Connections of Signal Cables for the MPR

The signal cables for the MPR are the active/standby 75-ohm coaxial cable, active/standby 120- ohm twisted pair cable, optical cable, straight-through cable, SFP+ high-speed cable, inter-TNUa cable, BITS clock cable, Y-shaped clock cable, and monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box.

For details on signal cables, see 7 Cables. Figure 3-10 shows the connections of the signal cables for an MPR that is configured with one MPS and two EPSs.

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Figure 3-10 Connections of signal cables for an MPR that is configured with one MPS and two EPSs

for an MPR that is configured with one MPS and two EPSs NOTE The types of
for an MPR that is configured with one MPS and two EPSs NOTE The types of

NOTE

The types of interface boards, installation positions of cables, and number of cables shown in Figure 3-10 are taken as examples. The actual configurations depend on the site planning.

Table 3-9 describes the connections of signal cables for the MPR.

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Table 3-9 Connections of signal cables for the MPR

SN

Description

Connector Type

Connector Type

Remarks

1/Connection

2/Connection

Position 1

Position 2

1, 2, 3, 4

75-ohm coaxial cable or 120-ohm twisted pair cable connecting the GCUa board to the BITS clock

SMB male

Connector of the BITS clock/BITS clock port

Figure 3-10 shows the clock cables connected to the CLKIN1 and CLKIN0 ports. In practice, only one port is used to connect to the BITS clock.

connector/CLKIN1

port on the GCUa board in slot 13 of the MPS

75-ohm coaxial cable or 120-ohm twisted pair cable connecting the GCUa board to the BITS clock

SMB male

Connector of the BITS clock/BITS clock port

connector/CLKIN0

port on the GCUa board in slot 13 of the MPS

75-ohm coaxial cable or 120-ohm twisted pair cable connecting the GCUa board to the BITS clock

SMB male

Connector of the BITS clock/BITS clock port

 

connector/CLKIN1

port on the GCUa board in slot 12 of the MPS

75-ohm coaxial cable or 120-ohm twisted pair cable connecting the GCUa board to the BITS clock

SMB male

Connector of the BITS clock/BITS clock port

connector/CLKIN0

port on the GCUa board in slot 12 of the MPS

5

Y-shaped clock signal cable connecting the GCUa board to the SCUb board

RJ45/CLKOUT0

RJ45/CLKIN port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

-

ports on the GCUa boards in slots 12 and 13 of the MPS

6

Y-shaped clock signal cable connecting the GCUa board to the SCUb board

RJ45/CLKOUT0

RJ45/CLKIN port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

ports on the GCUa boards in slots 12 and 13 of the MPS

7

Cable connecting TNUa boards of different subracks

DB14/TDM port on the TNUa board in slot 4 or 5 of the MPS

DB14/TDM port on the TNUa board in slot 4 or 5 of the EPS

-

8

Cable connecting TNUa boards of different subracks

DB14/TDM port on the TNUa board in slot 4 or 5 of the MPS

DB14/TDM port on the TNUa board in slot 4 or 5 of the EPS

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SN

Description

Connector Type

Connector Type

Remarks

1/Connection

2/Connection

Position 1

Position 2

9, 10

E1/T1 cables for the EIUa board

DB44/E1/T1 port on the EIUa board in slot 14 or 15 of the MPS

DDF or other NEs

-

11

E1/T1 cable for the EIUa board

DB44/E1/T1 port on the EIUa board in slot 14 or 15 of the EPS

DDF or other NEs

-

12

Monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box

DB15/Port

DB9/MONITOR 1 port on the independent fan subrack

-

connecting the power distribution box to the independent fan subrack

13

Optical cable between the MPS and the TCS

LC optical port/Slot 27 of the MPS

OIUa board in the TCS, ODF, or other NEs

-

14

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

-

15

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

16

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

17

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

18

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

-

19

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

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SN

Description

Connector Type

Connector Type

Remarks

1/Connection

2/Connection

Position 1

Position 2

20

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

-

21

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

-

22

Ethernet cable between the OMUc board and the

RJ45/Ethernet port on the OMUc board

RJ45/Ethernet port on the M2000 or of the LAN

ETH port on the OMUc board, connecting to the M2000 or the LAN

M2000/LAN

23

Monitoring signal cable for the independent fan subrack

DB15/MONITOR

 

The cable is mandatory and is installed before delivery. Only one monitoring signal cable for the independent fan subrack is configured.

0 port on the independent fan subrack

DB9/Monitor port on the rear of the bottom subrack

3.5.4 Connections of Signal Cables for the EPR

The signal cables for the EPR are the active/standby 75-ohm coaxial cable, active/standby 120- ohm twisted pair cable, optical cable, straight-through cable, SFP+ high-speed cable, inter-TNUa cable, Y-shaped clock cable, and monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box.

For details on signal cables, see 7 Cables. Figure 3-11 shows the connections of the signal cables for an EPR that is configured with three EPSs.

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Figure 3-11 Connections of signal cables for an EPR that is configured with three EPSs

signal cables for an EPR that is configured with three EPSs Issue 04 (2011-08-31) Huawei Proprietary

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NOTE

The types of interface boards, installation positions of cables, and number of cables shown in Figure 3-11 are taken as examples. The actual configurations depend on the site planning.

Table 3-10 describes the connections of signal cables for the EPR.

Table 3-10 Connections of signal cables for the EPR

SN

Description

Connector Type1/ Connection Position1

Connector Type2/ Connection Position2

1

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

2

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

3

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

4

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

5

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

6

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

7

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

8

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

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SN

Description

Connector Type1/ Connection Position1

Connector Type2/ Connection Position2

9

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

10

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

11

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the MPS

12

SFP+ high-speed cable connecting SCUb boards of different subracks

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 7 of the EPS

RJ45/The 10G port on the SCUb board in slot 6 of the MPS

13, 14,

E1/T1 cable for the

DB44/E1/T1 port on the

DDF or other NEs

15

EIUa board

EIUa board in slot 14 or 15 of the EPS

16, 17,

Cable connecting

DB14/TDM ports on the

DB14/TDM ports on the TNUa boards in slots 4 and 5 of the EPS

18

TNUa boards of different subracks

TNUa boards in slots 4 and 5 of the EPS

19

Monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box

DB15/Port connecting the power distribution box to the independent fan subrack

DB9/MONITOR 1 port on the independent fan subrack

20

Monitoring signal cable for the independent fan subrack

DB15/MONITOR 0 port on the independent fan subrack

DB9/Monitor port on the rear of the bottom subrack

3.5.5 Connections of Signal Cables for the TCR

The signal cables for the TCR are the active/standby 75-ohm coaxial cable, active/standby 120- ohm twisted pair cable, optical cable, straight-through cable, SFP+ high-speed cable, inter-TNUa cable, Y-shaped clock cable, and monitoring signal cable for the power distribution box.

For details on signal cables, see 7 Cables. Figure 3-12