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  1. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Radio Network Controller Hardware Description Version: V4.13.10.15 ZTE CORPORATION No. 55, Hi-tech Road South, ShenZhen, P.R.China Postcode: 518057 Tel: +86-755-26771900 Fax: +86-755-26770801 URL: http://support.zte.com.cn E-mail: support@zte.com.cn
  2. LEGAL INFORMATION Copyright © 2014 ZTE CORPORATION. The contents of this document are protected by copyright laws and international treaties. Any reproduction or distribution of this document or any portion of this document, in any form by any means, without the prior written consent of ZTE CORPORATION is prohibited. Additionally, the contents of this document are protected by contractual confidentiality obligations. All company, brand and product names are trade or service marks, or registered trade or service marks, of ZTE CORPORATION or of their respective owners. This document is provided “as is”, and all express, implied, or statutory warranties, representations or conditions are disclaimed, including without limitation any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title or non-infringement. ZTE CORPORATION and its licensors shall not be liable for damages resulting from the use of or reliance on the information contained herein. ZTE CORPORATION or its licensors may have current or pending intellectual property rights or applications covering the subject matter of this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license between ZTE CORPORATION and its licensee, the user of this document shall not acquire any license to the subject matter herein. ZTE CORPORATION reserves the right to upgrade or make technical change to this product without further notice. Users may visit the ZTE technical support website http://support.zte.com.cn to inquire for related information. The ultimate right to interpret this product resides in ZTE CORPORATION. Revision History Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason R1.1 2014-10-11 l Adjust framework of handbook l Add hyperlink l Add pictures of cable l Modify pictures of ECDM R1.0 2014-07-30 First edition Serial Number: SJ-20140527134054-004 Publishing Date: 2014-10-11(R1.1) SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  3. Contents About This Manual ......................................................................................... I Chapter 1 ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Introduction for System...........1-1 Chapter 2 Cabinet.......................................................................................2-1 2.1 Cabinet Structure ............................................................................................... 2-1 2.2 Cabinet Configuration......................................................................................... 2-4 Chapter 3 Subrack Types...........................................................................3-1 3.1 Power Distribution Subrack................................................................................. 3-1 3.2 Ventilation Subrack............................................................................................. 3-7 3.3 Service Subrack................................................................................................. 3-8 3.3.1 Fan Subrack ...........................................................................................3-11 3.3.2 Power Box............................................................................................. 3-14 3.3.3 ECDM ................................................................................................... 3-15 Chapter 4 Boards........................................................................................4-1 4.1 Front Board........................................................................................................ 4-1 4.1.1 UMP Front Board ..................................................................................... 4-3 4.1.2 UMP1b Front Board ................................................................................. 4-4 4.1.3 USP Front Board...................................................................................... 4-6 4.1.4 USP2a Front Board .................................................................................. 4-7 4.2 Rear Board ........................................................................................................ 4-8 4.2.1 EAPB Rear Board .................................................................................... 4-8 4.2.2 EAPB1b Rear Board............................................................................... 4-10 4.2.3 EDTA Rear Board ...................................................................................4-11 4.2.4 EDTA1b Rear Board............................................................................... 4-12 4.2.5 EDTI Rear Board.................................................................................... 4-13 4.2.6 EDTI2a Rear Board................................................................................ 4-15 4.2.7 EGBS Rear Board.................................................................................. 4-16 4.2.8 EGBS2a Rear Board .............................................................................. 4-18 4.2.9 EGFS Rear Board .................................................................................. 4-21 4.2.10 EXFS1a Rear Board............................................................................. 4-23 4.2.11 EGPB Rear Board ................................................................................ 4-26 4.2.12 EGPB2a Rear Board ............................................................................ 4-28 4.2.13 EGPB2c Rear Board............................................................................. 4-30 4.2.14 ESDTA Rear Board .............................................................................. 4-31 I SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  4. 4.2.15 ESDTA1b Rear Board........................................................................... 4-33 4.2.16 ESDTI Rear Board ............................................................................... 4-34 4.2.17 ESDTI2a Rear Board............................................................................ 4-35 4.2.18 EXGB1a Rear Board ............................................................................ 4-37 4.2.19 EXGB1b Rear Board ............................................................................ 4-38 4.2.20 EMPR Rear Board................................................................................ 4-40 4.2.21 EMPR1b Rear Board............................................................................ 4-41 4.3 Indicator Descriptions ....................................................................................... 4-41 Chapter 5 Cables ........................................................................................5-1 5.1 Internal Cables................................................................................................... 5-1 5.1.1 Interior -48 V Power Cable........................................................................ 5-2 5.1.2 Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable ................................................................ 5-2 5.1.3 Grounding Cable for Service Subrack........................................................ 5-2 5.1.4 Cabinet Door Grounding Cable ................................................................. 5-3 5.1.5 Grounding Cable for PDU ......................................................................... 5-3 5.1.6 Media Plane Interconnection Fiber/Cable................................................... 5-3 5.1.7 Control Plane Interconnection Cable.......................................................... 5-4 5.1.8 Line Reference Clock Cable...................................................................... 5-4 5.1.9 Inter-Shelf Clock Cable............................................................................. 5-4 5.1.10 PD485 Monitoring Cable......................................................................... 5-5 5.2 External Cables.................................................................................................. 5-5 5.2.1 Exterior -48 V Power Cable....................................................................... 5-6 5.2.2 Exterior -48 V RTN Power Cable ............................................................... 5-6 5.2.3 Exterior Grounding Cable.......................................................................... 5-7 5.2.4 Interface Fiber.......................................................................................... 5-7 5.2.5 Interface Network Cable ........................................................................... 5-8 5.2.6 Interface E1/T1 Cable............................................................................... 5-8 5.2.7 OMC Network Cable............................................................................... 5-21 5.2.8 BITS Reference Clock Cable................................................................... 5-21 5.2.9 Monitoring Cable.................................................................................... 5-21 Figures............................................................................................................. I Tables .............................................................................................................V Glossary ........................................................................................................IX II SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  5. About This Manual Purpose This manual describes the hardware structure and features of ZXUR 9000 UMTS, including the cabinet, subracks, boards, and cables. Intended Audience l Planning engineers l Installation engineers l Debugging engineers l Maintenance engineers What Is in This Manual Chapter 1, Overview Describes the ZXUR 9000 UMTS hardware platform, hardware composition, interfaces and specifications. Chapter 2, Cabinet Describes the ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet and modules. Chapter 3, Subracks Describes the subrack functions, structure, and interfaces of ZXUR 9000 UMTS. Chapter 4, Boards Describes the ZXUR 9000 UMTS board functions, structure, and interfaces. Chapter 5, Cables Describes how to use the ZXUR 9000 UMTS cables. Conventions This manual uses the following conventions. Danger: indicates an imminently hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in death or serious injury, equipment damage, or site breakdown. Warning: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in serious injury, equipment damage, or interruption of major services. Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor services. Note: provides additional information about a topic. I SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
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  7. Chapter 1 ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Introduction for System ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Features The hardware system ZXUR 9000 UMTS is based on the ETCA hardware platform, providing the following features: l Provides a new ETCA platform after making partial improvement on the basis of ATCA standard. l Provides various external interfaces, satisfying the all-IP requirement and being compatible with traditional network (such as E1 and STM-1) access. l Adopts the structure of control stream and service stream being completely separated. l Supports 1+1 backup for the interface boards, supports load sharing for the switching boards, supports 1+1 backup for the control-plane processing boards, and supports load sharing for the user-plane processing boards. l Standardizes internal interfaces and reduces the association between the lower layer and the applications. l Supports the evolution towards IPv6. l Protects the operators' investment by supporting the future development of networks, the multi-mode wireless system applications, and evolution towards LTE and HSPA+. l Provides a green system solution by reducing the number and types of boards and shelves. Limits the maximum configuration into a single rack. External View Figure 1-1 shows the external view of the ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet. 1-1 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  8. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Figure 1-1 Cabinet Dimensions Rack The ZXUR 9000 UMTS rack consists of the top frame, base frame, posts, rails, and side door. Composition The ZXUR 9000 UMTS hardware system consists of the following parts: l Cabinet Includes the rack, cabinet door, and subracks. l Subracks Include the power distribution subrack, ventilation subrack, and service subrack. l Boards Include the front board, rear board. l Cables Include internal cables and external cables. 1-2 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  9. Chapter 2 Cabinet Table of Contents Cabinet Structure .......................................................................................................2-1 Cabinet Configuration.................................................................................................2-4 2.1 Cabinet Structure Figure 2-1 shows the ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet structure. Figure 2-1 Cabinet Structure 1. Front Door 2. Top Frame 3. Cabinet Top 4. Rear Door 5. Side Door 6. Regulator 7. Bottom Frame 8. Stand Column 2-1 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  10. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Cabinet Frame ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet frame is comprised of bottom frame, top frame, stand column, regulator, side door. Cabinet Top Figure 2-2 shows the cabinet top structure. Figure 2-2 Cabinet Top Structure 1. Rodent-resistent net 2. Cabinets combining plate 3. Grounding label Cabinet Door The ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet is equipped with a front door and a rear door that can be opened and closed, and two removable side doors. The front door and the rear door have the same structure. They both have fine ventilation holes, which ensure good heat dissipation. l Figure 2-3 shows the structure of the cabinet's front door and rear door. 2-2 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  11. Chapter 2 Cabinet Figure 2-3 Front/Rear Door Structure 1. Product nameplate 2. Cabinet row number label 3. Fixing pin 4. Upper fixing pin 5. Lower fixing pin 6. Handle l Figure 2-4 shows the structure of the cabinet's side door. 2-3 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  12. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Figure 2-4 Side Door 2.2 Cabinet Configuration Figure 2-5 shows the service subrack hierarchy. 2-4 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  13. Chapter 2 Cabinet Figure 2-5 Service Subrack Hierarchy 1. Shelf 1 (slave) 2. Shelf 2 (slave) 3. Shelf 3 (master) Table 2-1 shows the ZXUR 9000 UMTS cabinet configuration. Table 2-1 Cabinet Configuration Name Layer Layer Height Power distribution subrack Layer 1 3 U Ventilation panel Layer 2 1 U 2-5 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  14. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Name Layer Layer Height Service subrack Layer 3, 5, 7 11 U Ventilation subrack Layer 4, 6 4 U Ventilation panel Layer 8 2 U 2-6 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  15. Chapter 3 Subrack Types A subrack combines various boards and units into an independent functional unit. The subrack provides a good running environment for all units. The ZXUR 9000 UMTS subracks fall into the following types: l Power distribution subrack l Ventilation subrack l Service subrack Table of Contents Power Distribution Subrack ........................................................................................3-1 Ventilation Subrack.....................................................................................................3-7 Service Subrack.........................................................................................................3-8 3.1 Power Distribution Subrack Power Distribution Subrack Functions The power distribution subrack is also called Power Distribution Unit (PDU). It is installed at the cabinet top, providing power supply for the entire cabinet. PDU implements functions including power distribution, short-circuit protection, lightning protection, and power supply and environment monitoring. l Power distribution: Both input and out of PDU support dual redundancy. PDU provides a pair of three inputs and a pair of ten outputs. l Short-circuit protection: Each output is equipped with a circuit breaker for output control and short-circuit protection. l Lightning protection: The lightning protection module inside PDU provides a rack-level lightning protection. It works with the lightning protection units of rack and boards to form a multi-level lightning protection system. l Power supply and environment monitoring: The monitoring involves the voltage, circuit-breaker status, rack and equipment room access control, temperature, humidity, smoke, infrared, and lightning protection. Power Distribution Subrack Structure The structure of power distribution subrack is shown in Figure 3-1. 3-1 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  16. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Figure 3-1 Power Distribution Subrack Structure Figure 3-2 and Figure 3-3 shows the front panel and rear panel structure of the power distribution subrack. Figure 3-2 Power Distribution Subrack Structure (Front Panel) 1. Circuit breaker A 2. Circuit breaker B 3. Running/Alarm indicator (RUN/ALM), RS485 communication indicator (COM) Figure 3-3 Power Distribution Subrack Structure (Rear Panel) 1. Monitoring cable 2. Power supply input terminal 3. Power supply output terminal Power Distribution Subrack Indicators Table 3-1 describes the indicators of power distribution subrack. 3-2 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  17. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Table 3-1 Power Distribution Subrack Indicators Name Color Meaning Description Green Running indicator Flashing at 1 Hz: The board is working normally without alarms. OFF: No power input or the board is working normally with alarms. RUN- /ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing at 1 Hz: No power input or the board is working normally but it has alarms. When alarms (including the alarms of voltage, access control status, rack temperature, equipment room temperature, smog, lightning arrester, and circuit breaker) , the red indicator flashes at 1 Hz. ON: The board is working normally (without alarm). COM (RS485 commu- nication indica- tor) Green RS485 communication indicator Flashing at 1 Hz: The RS485 communication link between PDU and OMP is working normally with data exchanging. OFF: There is no power supply input or no data exchanging. Power Distribution Subrack Switches There are 20 switches on the front panel of the power distribution subrack. They are divided into two groups: group A and group B. Each group has 10 switches. Each service subrack has two power boxes. Each power box has two power supplies, and each power supply is connected with two output power cables of PDU. Table 3-2 describes the switches of the power distribution subrack. Table 3-2 Power Distribution Subrack Switches Group Nam- e Description Reference 1 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the first layer service subrack Figure 3-2 2 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the first layer service subrack Figure 3-2 3 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the second layer service subrack Figure 3-2 4 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the second layer service subrack Figure 3-2 A 3-3 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  18. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Group Nam- e Description Reference 5 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the third layer service subrack Figure 3-2 6 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the third layer service subrack Figure 3-2 7 8 9 10 Not used Figure 3-2 1 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the first layer service subrack Figure 3-2 2 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the first layer service subrack Figure 3-2 3 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the second layer service subrack Figure 3-2 4 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the second layer service subrack Figure 3-2 5 The power switch of the 8–14 front slots and the 22–28 rear slots of the third layer service subrack Figure 3-2 6 The power switch of the 1–7 front slots and the 15–21 rear slots of the third layer service subrack Figure 3-2 7 8 9 B 10 Not used Figure 3-2 Power Distribution Subrack Interfaces The interfaces on the rear panel of power distribution subrack are shown in Table 3-3. 3-4 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  19. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Table 3-3 Power Distribution Subrack Interfaces Group Interface Functions Reference - FAN Not used Figure 3-3 - DOOR Connected with the access control sensor Figure 3-3 - SENSOR Connected with the environment monitoring transit cable Figure 3-3 - RS485(IN) Cascaded with the RS485(OUT) interface at the power distribution subrack of other cabinets. In this way, the PDU status of all cabinets can be monitored simultaneously. Figure 3-3 - RS485(OUT) Connected with the RS485 interface of the EGBS board, providing the interface for monitoring PDU status. Figure 3-3 -48V(1) -48VRTN(1) -48V(2) -48VRTN(2) -48V(3) INPUT A -48VRTN(3) Figure 3-3 -48V(1) -48VRTN(1) -48V(2) -48VRTN(2) -48V(3) INPUT B -48VRTN(3) Connected with the power output port of the DC power distribution cabinet Figure 3-3 3-5 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  20. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Group Interface Functions Reference 1 2 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 1 3 4 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 2 5 6 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 3 7 8 9 OUTPUT -48VRTN(A) 10 Not used Figure 3-3 1 2 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 1 3 4 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 2 5 6 Connected with the power ground of the service subrack at layer 3 7 8 9 OUTPUT -48VRTN(B) 10 Not used Figure 3-3 1 2 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 1 3 4 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 2 5 6 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 3 7 8 9 OUTPUT -48V A Not used Figure 3-3 3-6 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  21. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Group Interface Functions Reference 10 1 2 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 1 3 4 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 2 5 6 Connected with the power input of the service subrack at layer 3 7 8 9 OUTPUT -48V B 10 Not used Figure 3-3 3.2 Ventilation Subrack Ventilation Subrack Functions The ventilation subrack is used to change the vertical ventilation pipe to be the front-to-back ventilation pipe, to effectively cool the service subrack. Ventilation Subrack Structure Figure 3-4 shows the structure of the ventilation subrack. Figure 3-4 Ventilation Subrack Structure 3-7 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  22. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Ventilation Subrack Working Principles Figure 3-5 illustrates the working principles of the ventilation subrack. The horizontal cool wind comes into the front panel of the ventilation subrack, then the wind changes to the vertical , which helps effectively cool the service subrack. Figure 3-5 Working Principles of Ventilation Subrack 3.3 Service Subrack Service Subrack Functions The service subrack implements functions of service processing, switching, and interfaces through the boards installed inside it. Shelves fall into the control shelf, resource shelf, interface shelf and switching shelf. 3-8 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  23. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Service Surack Structure The front structure of the service subrack is shown in Figure 3-6. Figure 3-6 Service Subrack Structure (Front View) 1. Front fan subrack 2. Service subrack 3-9 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  24. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description The rear structure of the Service subrack is shown in Figure 3-7. Figure 3-7 Service Subrack Structure (Rear View) 1. Rear fan subrack 2. Backplane 3. ECDM 4. Power box 5. Power box 6. ECDM 7. Handle Figure 3-8 shows the cross section of the service subrack. Figure 3-8 Service Subrack Cross Section Diagram 1. Front board 2. Rear board 3-10 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  25. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Service Subrack Technical Parameters Table 3-4 lists the technical parameters of the service subrack. Table 3-4 Service Subrack Technical Parameters Parameter Description Height 11 U (including shelves, fan unit, and power unit) Service subrack Dimension 486.1 mm × 482.6 mm × 568 mm (H × W × D) Height 8 U Front board subrack Dimension 322.25 mm × 30.48 mm × 280 mm (H × W × D) Height 9 U Rear board subrack Dimension 366.7 mm × 30.48 mm × 240 mm (H × W × D) Number of slots 28 (14 front slots and 14 rear slots) Backplane The backplane is a kind of board which providing slots for the front board and the rear board to interconnect with each other. Both the front and rear boards are installed on the back plane. Boards in the same shelf are connected through the printed wire instead of cables, which improves the reliability. The rear board types and the supported boards are shown in the following table: Supported Front Board Supported Rear Board Rear Board Multi-Mode Shared Board GSM Board Multi-Mode Shared Board GSM Board UMTS Board BETC/2 UMP, UMP1b, USP ETCB EGBS, EGFS, EXGB1b, EGPB, EGPB2c, ESDTI, EDTI ESDTG, ESDTT, EDTT EAPB, ESDTA, EDTA BETC/3 UMP, UMP1b, USP2a ETCB EGBS2a, EXFS1a, EXGB1a, EGPB2a, ESDTI2a, EDTI2a ESDTG2a, ESDTT2a, EDTT2a EAPB1b, ESDTA1b, EDTA1b 3.3.1 Fan Subrack Fan Subrack Functions The fan subrack performs the heat dissipation function for the front and rear boards, it also performs the fan status monitoring and speed-control function. 3-11 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  26. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Fan Subrack Structure Each service subrack is equipped with three fan subracks, two of which are front subracks, and one of which is rear fan subrack. The front fan subrack structure is shown in Figure 3-9. Figure 3-9 Front Fan Subrack Structure The rear fan subrack is shown in Figure 3-10. Figure 3-10 Rear Fan Subrack Structure Fan Subrack Structure Figure 3-11 and Figure 3-12 show the structures of the front and rear of the fan subrack's panel. Figure 3-11 Fan Subrack Structure (Front View) 1. Hot-swapping button 2. RUN indicator 3. ALM indicator 4. H/S indicator 3-12 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  27. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Figure 3-12 Fan Subrack Structure (Rear View) 1. Power supply interface at backplane 3-13 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  28. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Fan Subrack Indicators Table 3-5 describes the indicators of fan subrack. Table 3-5 Fan Subrack Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Description RUN Green Running indicator Flashing: The fan is working normally. Off: The fan is working abnormally. ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing: The fan has alarms. Off: The fan has no alarm. H/S Blue Hot swapping indicator On: The fan subrack can be removed. Off: The fan subrack has been powered on. Fan Subrack Buttons There are two hot-swapping buttons on the front panel of the fan subrack. Press the buttons and the fan subrack can be pulled out. Fan Subrack Interfaces The fan subrack connects the backplane directly through its power interface. Fan Subrack Technical Parameters Table 3-6 lists the technical parameters of the fan subrack. Table 3-6 Fan Subrack Technical Parameters Parameter Description Dimension l Front fan subrack: 43.6 mm × 437 mm × 322 mm (H × W × D) l Back fan subrack: 43.6 mm × 437 mm × 276 mm (H × W × D) 3.3.2 Power Box Power Box Functions The power box provides power for the service subrack. Power Box Structure Each service subrack is equipped with two power boxes. Figure 3-13shows the structure of power box. 3-14 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  29. Chapter 3 Subrack Types Figure 3-13 Structure of Power Box 3.3.3 ECDM ECDM Functions ECDM records shelf configuration information (such as the shelf serial number ), system capacity information (such as the number of slots, the power consumption of each slot, and the topology structure), and other customized information. ECDM Structure Figure 3-14 shows the structure of ECDM. Figure 3-14 Structure of ECDM ECDM Indicators Table 3-7 describes the indicators of ECDM. 3-15 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  30. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Table 3-7 ECDM Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Description RUN Green Service status indicator On: The current module is operating. -48 V (A) Green Power indicator On: The -48 V (A) power supply of the current shelf is normal. -48 V (B) Green Power indicator On: The -48 V (B) power supply of the current shelf is normal. ECDM Jumpers There are 8 jumpers on the ECDM.Table 3-8 describes the jumpers of ECDM. Table 3-8 ECDM Jumpers Jumper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Defini- tion ID0 ID1 ID2 ID3 ID0 ID1 - - Meaning RACK SHELF DIAG CHECK l 0 indicates that the jumper is on and 1 indicates that the jumper is removed. The jumper positions are ordered from lower to higher. All jumpers are not inserted with a jumper cap except for the jumpers 1, 2 and 3, it indicates that the shelf is the third shelf of the 8th rack. l Jumper position 7 is always not inserted with a jumper cap. l Jumper position 8 (check position) is the odd check, which ensures that the jumper caps on ECDM are odd number of caps. If the number of jumper caps on the ECDM is an even number, the system will display that the jumper is incorrect. Note: One service subrack is configured with two ECDMs. You should make sure that the jumper configurations at two sides are consistent, and the configured rack and shelf information is the same. 3-16 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  31. Chapter 4 Boards Figure 4-1 shows the structure of board assembly. Figure 4-1 Structure of Board Assembly 1. Front board 2. Backplane 3. Rear board Table of Contents Front Board................................................................................................................4-1 Rear Board.................................................................................................................4-8 Indicator Descriptions...............................................................................................4-41 4.1 Front Board Front boards process services and comply with the ATCA standard. A front board is 8 U in height and installed in a corresponding slot of the shelf. The front panel of a front board provides indicators showing the operating status of the board. 4-1 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  32. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description A front board uses an ATCA architecture (height: 8 U; depth: 208 mm; width of the panel: 6 HP), see Figure 4-2. Figure 4-2 Front Board Structure 1. Extractor 2. Panel 3. PCB 4. Plug 4-2 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  33. Chapter 4 Boards 4.1.1 UMP Front Board UMP Functions Universal Management Process Board (UMP) provides the following functions: l OMM function. NE operation and maintenance. This board provides external GE interfaces to connect to the EMS server through rear boards EGBS or EGBS2a. 1 + 1 backup. Note: When UMP performs OMM function, it is inserted in slots 5 and 6 in the master shelf. Through the network port at EGBS/EGBS2a, it is connected with the switch, which is then connected with EMS server and O&M module client. UMP Panel Structure Figure 4-3 shows the structure of the UMP panel. Figure 4-3 Structure of the UMP Panel UMP Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the UMP board, refer to Table 4-1. For a description of the common indicators of the UMP board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-1 UMP Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions HD1 Red/green Hard Disk Indicator 1 Dedicate indicator Green ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating properly. Red ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating improperly. OFF: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is OFF. HD2 Red/green Hard Disk Indicator 2 Dedicate indicator Green ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating properly. Red ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating improperly. OFF: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is OFF. 4-3 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  34. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description UMP Panel Buttons Table 4-2 describes the buttons on the panel of UMP board. Table 4-2 UMP Panel Buttons Button Description RST Reset button UMP Panel Interfaces Table 4-3 describes the interfaces on the panel of UMP board. Table 4-3 UMP Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description IPMC-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 1 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 2 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.1.2 UMP1b Front Board UMP1b Functions Universal Management Process Board 1b (UMP1b) performs the following functions: OMP functions Processes global procedure, controls the operation and maintenance of the entire system, and connects OMM through internal Ethernet. As the core of ZXUR 9000 UMTS operation and maintenance, UMP1b directly or indirectly monitors and manages the boards in the system and manages the configuration of each board and other components. 1 + 1 backup. Note: When UMP1b performs the OMP function, it is installed in slots 7 and 8. UMP1b Panel Structure Figure 4-4 shows the structure of the UMP1b panel. 4-4 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  35. Chapter 4 Boards Figure 4-4 Structure of the UMP1b Panel UMP1b Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the UMP1b board, refer to Table 4-4. For a description of the common indicators of the UMP1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions . Table 4-4 UMP1b Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions HD1 Red/green Hard Disk Indicator 1 Dedicate indicator Green ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating properly. Red ON: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is operating improperly. OFF: Indicates that the hard disk 1 is OFF. HD2 Red/green Hard Disk Indicator 2 Dedicate indicator Not used in this version. UMP1b Panel Buttons Table 4-5 describes the buttons on the panel of UMP1b board. Table 4-5 UMP1b Panel Buttons Button Description RST Reset button UMP1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-6 describes the interfaces on the panel of UMP1b board. Table 4-6 UMP1b Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description IPMC-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 1 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 2 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4-5 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  36. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 4.1.3 USP Front Board USP Functions Universal Service Processing Board (USP) performs the following functions: l CMP Functions Processes the common control plane protocols of the Iub and Iu interfaces. l DMP Functions Processes the dedicated control plane protocols of the Ius and Iu interfaces. l RUP functions Processes the user plane protocols of CS and PS services USP Panel Structure Figure 4-5 shows the structure of the USP panel. Figure 4-5 Structure of the USP Panel USP Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the USP board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. USP Panel Buttons Table 4-7 describes the buttons on the panel of USP board. Table 4-7 USP Panel Buttons Button Description RST Reset button USP Panel Interfaces Table 4-8 describes the interfaces on the panel of USP board. Table 4-8 UMP Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description IPMC-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 1 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 2 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4-6 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  37. Chapter 4 Boards 4.1.4 USP2a Front Board USP2a Functions Universal Service Processing Board 2a (USP2a) performs the following functions: l CMP Functions Processes the common control plane protocols. l DMP Functions Processes the dedicated control plane protocols of the Ius and Iu interfaces. l RUP functions Processes the user plane protocols of CS and PS services USP2a Panel Structure Figure 4-6 shows the structure of the USP2a panel. Figure 4-6 Structure of the USP2a Panel USP2a Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the USP2a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. USP2a Panel Buttons Table 4-9 describes the buttons on the panel of USP2a board. Table 4-9 USP2a Panel Buttons Button Description RST Reset button EXCH Active/standby switchover button USP2a Panel Interfaces Table 4-10 describes the interfaces on the panel of USP2a board. Table 4-10 UMP2a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description IPMC-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 1 Bidirectional Debugging interface USB 2 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4-7 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  38. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 4.2 Rear Board Rear boards are 9 U in height, providing interfaces and implementing switching functions. As an auxiliary component of the corresponding front board, a rear board provides external signal interfaces and debug interfaces together with the front board. A rear board uses an ETCA architecture (height: 9 U; depth: 160 mm; width of the panel: 6 HP), see Figure 4-7. Figure 4-7 Rear Board Structure 1. Extractor 2. Panel 3. PCB 4. Plug 4.2.1 EAPB Rear Board EAPB Functions The enhanced ATM processing board (EAPB) is an interface board for STM-1 access and ATM processing. The EAPB board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EAPB Panel Structure Figure 4-8 shows the structure of the EAPB panel. 4-8 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  39. Chapter 4 Boards Figure 4-8 Structure of the EAPB Panel EAPB Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicate indicators of the EAPB board, refer to Table 4-11. For a description of the common indicators of the EAPB board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-11 describes the indicators on the panel of EAPB board. Table 4-11 EAPB Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Description SD 1–4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signal. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signal. ACT 1–4 Green Optical in- terface ac- tive/standby indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. EAPB Panel Buttons Table 4-12 describes the buttons on the panel of EAPB board. Table 4-12 EAPB Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover switch RST Reset switch EAPB Panel Interfaces Table 4-13 describes the interfaces on the panel of EAPB board. Table 4-13 EAPB Panel Interfaces Interface Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS CKOUT2 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS RX1/TX1 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface RX2/TX2 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface 4-9 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  40. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Interface Direction Description RX3/TX3 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface RX4/TX4 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.2 EAPB1b Rear Board EAPB1b Functions The enhanced ATM processing board 1b (EAPB1b) is an interface board for STM-1 access and ATM processing. The EAPB board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EAPB1b Panel Structure Figure 4-9 shows the structure of the EAPB1b panel. Figure 4-9 Structure of the EAPB1b Panel EAPB1b Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicate indicators of the EAPB1b board, refer to Table 4-14. For a description of the common indicators of the EAPB1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-14 EAPB1b Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Description SD 1–4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signal. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signal. ACT 1–4 Green Optical in- terface ac- tive/standby indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. EAPB1b Panel Buttons Table 4-15 describes the buttons on the panel of the EAPB1b board. 4-10 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  41. Chapter 4 Boards Table 4-15 EAPB1b Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover switch RST Reset switch EAPB1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-16 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EAPB1b board. Table 4-16 EAPB1b Panel Interfaces Interface Direction Description CKOUT1 Output If EAPB extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS. CKOUT2 Output If EAPB extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS. RX1/TX1 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. RX2/TX2 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. RX3/TX3 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. RX4/TX4 Bidirectional STM–1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.3 EDTA Rear Board EDTA Functions The Enhanced Digital Trunk Board ATM version (EDTA) is an interface board for ATM E1/T1 access, and IMA and ATM processing. The EDTA board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EDTA Panel Structure Figure 4-10 shows the structure of theEDTA panel. Figure 4-10 Structure of the EDTA Panel EDTA Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EDTA board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. 4-11 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  42. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description EDTA Panel Buttons Table 4-17 describes the buttons on the panel of the EDTA board. Table 4-17 EDTA Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EDTA Panel Interfaces Table 4-18 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EDTA board. Table 4-18 EDTA Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS CKOUT2 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS E1/T1 1–16 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 17–32 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface EDTA DIP Switch On an EDTA board, you can configure the transmission mode for the E1 line through DIP switches S1 to S16. If S1 to S16 are set to ON, the E1 line is set to the 75 Ω unbalanced coaxial transmission mode. If S1 to S16 are set to OFF, the E1 line is set to the 120 Ω PCM line balanced transmission mode. 4.2.4 EDTA1b Rear Board EDTA1b Functions The Enhanced Digital Trunk Board ATM version (EDTA1b) is an interface board for ATM E1/T1 access, and IMA and ATM processing. The EDTA1b board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EDTA1b Panel Structure Figure 4-11 shows the structure of theEDTA1b panel. Figure 4-11 Structure of the EDTA1b Board 4-12 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  43. Chapter 4 Boards EDTA1b Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EDTA1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. EDTA1b Panel Buttons Table 4-19 describes the buttons on the panel of the EDTA1b board. Table 4-19 EDTA1b Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EDTA1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-20 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EDTA1b board. Table 4-20 EDTA1b Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output If EDTA1b extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS/EXFS1a. CKOUT2 Output If EDTA1b extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS. E1/T1 1–16 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 17–32 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface EDTA1b DIP Switchs On an EDTA1b board, you can configure the transmission mode for the E1 line through DIP switches S1 to S16. If S1 to S16 are set to ON, the E1 line is set to the 75 Ω unbalanced coaxial transmission mode. If S1 to S16 are set to OFF, the E1 line is set to the 120 Ω PCM line balanced transmission mode. 4.2.5 EDTI Rear Board EDTI Functions The enhanced Digital Trunk Board IP version (EDTI) is an interface board for channelized IP E1 access, and PPP, ML-PPP processing. The EDTI board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EDTI Panel Structure Figure 4-12 shows the structure of EDTI panel. 4-13 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  44. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Figure 4-12 Structure of EDTI Panel EDTI Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EDTI board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. EDTI Panel Buttons Table 4-21 describes the buttons on the panel of the EDTI board. Table 4-21 EDTI Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EDTI Panel Interfaces Table 4-22 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EDTI board. Table 4-22 EDTI Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output not used CKOUT2 Output not used E1/T1 1–8 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 9-16 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 17-24 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 25-32 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface EDTI DIP Switch On the EDTI board, configure the E1 line transmission mode through DIP switches S1 to S16. If S1 to S16 are set to ON, the transmission mode is set to unbalanced coaxial transmission mode. If S1 to S16 are set to OFF, the transmission mode is set to 120 Ω PCM line balanced transmission mode. 4-14 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  45. Chapter 4 Boards 4.2.6 EDTI2a Rear Board EDTI2a Functions The enhanced Digital Trunk Board IP version (EDTI2a) is an interface board for channelized IP E1 access, and PPP, ML-PPP processing. The EDTI2a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EDTI2a Panel Structure Figure 4-13 shows the structure of EDTI2a panel. Figure 4-13 Structure of the EDTI2a Panel EDTI2a Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EDTI2a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. EDTI2a Panel Buttons Table 4-23 describes the buttons on the panel of the EDTI2a board. Table 4-23 EDTI2a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EDTI2a Panel Interfaces Table 4-24 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EDTI2a board. Table 4-24 EDTI2a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output not used CKOUT2 Output not used E1/T1 1–8 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 9-16 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 17-24 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface E1/T1 25-32 Bidirectional E1/T1 interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4-15 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  46. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description EDTI2a DIP Switchs On the EDTI2a board, configure the E1 line transmission mode through DIP switches S1 to S16. If S1 to S16 are set to ON, the transmission mode is set to unbalanced coaxial transmission mode. If S1 to S16 are set to OFF, the transmission mode is set to 120 Ω PCM line balanced transmission mode. 4.2.7 EGBS Rear Board EGBS Functions The Enhanced GE BASE Switch Board (EGBS) performs the following functions: l Implements the ECMM functions The ECMM module uses the ATCA standard. It is responsible for powering on the board in the shelf and loading versions. In addition, it monitors the entire shelf, for example, the power, temperature, and fan status. l Implements inter-shelf control plane switching l Provides front boards with external network ports. The EGBS board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EGBS Panel Structure Figure 4-14 shows the structure of the EGBS panel. Figure 4-14 Structure of the EGBS Panel EGBS Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGBS board, refer to Table 4-25. For a description of the common indicators of the EGBS board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-25 EGBS Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions MP OOS Red/green MP service status indicator MP OK Red/green MP health status indicator Dedicate indicator MP indicates the EORS subcard status. For functions information, refer to the function description of common indicators 4-16 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  47. Chapter 4 Boards Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions MP H/S Blue MP hot- swap indicator CMM ACT Red/green CMM Ac- tive/standby indicator CMM HOST Red/green CMM Run- ning/alarm indicator CMM H/S Blue CMM Hot-swap indicator Dedicate indicator CMM indicates the ECMM subcard status. For functions information, refer to the function description of common indicators I Orange Minor alarm indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM minor alarm II Orange Major alarm indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM major alarm III Orange Critical indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM critical alarm EGBS Panel Buttons Table 4-26 describes the buttons on the panel of EGBS board. Table 4-26 EGBS Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover switch of EGBS RST Reset button of EGBS EXCH-C ECMM switchover switch RST-C ECMM reset button Note: ECMM subcard is located on EGBS, managing the power supply for the boards in the shelf. ECMM switchover and reset is independent of EGBS switchover and reset. EGBS Panel Interfaces Table 4-27 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGBS board. 4-17 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  48. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Table 4-27 EGBS Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description USB1 Bidirectional USB interface of the front board of EGBS USB2 Bidirectional USB interface of the front board of EGBS ETH-M Bidirectional Debugging Ethernet interface VGA Output VGA interface of the front board of EGBS ETH-C1 Bidirectional ECMM Ethernet interface CMM-232 Bidirectional ECMM serial interface ETH-C2 HOST-232 Bidirectional ECMM Ethernet interface + EGBS serial interface ETH-MP1 Bidirectional GE interface 1 of the front board of EGBS ETH-MP2 Bidirectional GE interface 2 of the front board of EGBS ETH1 Bidirectional GE interface 1 for the control plane cascading connection ETH2 Bidirectional GE interface 2 for the control plane cascading connection ETH3 Bidirectional GE interface 3 for the control plane cascading connection ETH4 Bidirectional GE interface 4 for the control plane cascading connection RS485 Bidirectional RS485 monitoring interface 4.2.8 EGBS2a Rear Board EGBS2a Functions The Enhanced GE Base Switch board 2a (EGBS2a) performs the following functions: l Base switching function Implements inter-shelf control plane switching and provides media plane GE interfaces to all service slots and rear switching slots, and inter-shelf cascade GE interface. l Implements the ECMM functions The ECMM module uses the ATCA standard. It is responsible for powering on the board in the shelf and loading versions. In addition, it monitors the entire shelf, for example, the power, temperature, and fan status. l Provides front boards with external network ports. The EGBS2a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. 4-18 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  49. Chapter 4 Boards EGBS2a Panel Structure Figure 4-15 shows the structure of the EGBS2a panel. Figure 4-15 Structure of the EGBS2a Panel EGBS2a Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGBS2a board, refer to Table 4-28. For a description of the common indicators of the EGBS2a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-28 EGBS2a Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions MP OOS Red/green MP service status indicator MP OK Red/green MP health status indicator MP H/S Blue MP hot- swap indicator Dedicate indicator MP indicates the EORS subcard status. For functions information, refer to the function description of common indicators CMM ACT Red/green CMM Ac- tive/standby indicator CMM HOST Red/green CMM Run- ning/alarm indicator CMM H/S Blue CMM Hot-swap indicator Dedicate indicator CMM indicates the ECMM subcard status. For functions information, refer to the function description of common indicators I Orange Minor alarm indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM minor alarm II Orange Major alarm indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM major alarm III Orange Critical indicator Dedicate indicator Indicates the ECMM critical alarm 4-19 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  50. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description EGBS2a Panel Buttons Table 4-29 describes the buttons on the panel of EGBS2a board. Table 4-29 EGBS2a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover switch of EGBS2a RST Reset button of EGBS2a EXCH-C ECMM switchover switch RST-C ECMM reset button Note: ECMM subcard is located on EGBS2a, managing the power supply for the boards in the shelf. ECMM switchover and reset is independent of EGBS2a switchover and reset. EGBS2a Panel Interfaces Table 4-30 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGBS2a board. Table 4-30 EGBS2a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description USB1 Bidirectional USB interface of the front board of EGBS2a USB2 Bidirectional USB interface of the front board of EGBS2a ETH-M Bidirectional Debugging Ethernet interface VGA Output VGA interface of the front board of EGBS2a ETH-C1 Bidirectional ECMM Ethernet interface CMM-232 Bidirectional ECMM serial interface ETH-C2 HOST-232 Bidirectional ECMM Ethernet interface + EGBS2a serial interface ETH-MP1 Bidirectional GE interface 1 of the front board of EGBS2a ETH-MP2 Bidirectional GE interface 2 of the front board of EGBS2a ETH1 Bidirectional GE interface 1 for the control plane cascading connection ETH2 Bidirectional GE interface 2 for the control plane cascading connection ETH3 Bidirectional GE interface 3 for the control plane cascading connection 4-20 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  51. Chapter 4 Boards Interface Name Direction Description ETH4 Bidirectional GE interface 4 for the control plane cascading connection RS485 Bidirectional RS485 monitoring interface 4.2.9 EGFS Rear Board EGFS Functions The enhanced GE Fabric Switch board (EGFS) performs the following functions: l EGFS has a built-in clock module. à Master shelf Provides system stratum-2 clock and multiple reference input Distributes inter-shelf and intra-shelf clock signals à Subordinate shelf Receives clock signal and distribute in the shelf l Implements inter-shelf media plane switching function. The EGFS board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EGFS Panel Structure Figure 4-16 shows the structure of the EGFS panel. Figure 4-16 Structure of the EGFS Panel EGFS Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGFS board, refer to Table 4-31. For a description of the common indicators of the EGFS board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-31 EGFS Panel Indicators Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions T/C Green Trace/Catch indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Catch” state. 1 Hz flashing: indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Trace” state. 4-21 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  52. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions K/F Green Keep/Free indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Keep” state. 1 Hz flashing: indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Free” state. R1 Green Reference indicator REF1 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF1 (bits clock or line recovered clock) R2 Green Reference indicator REF2 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF2 (bits clock or line recovered clock) R3 Green Reference indicator REF3 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF3 (GPS clock or PTP1) R4 Green Reference indicator REF4 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF4 (PTP2) GPS Green GPS status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the GPS module is operating properly 0.5 Hz flashing: Indicates the GPS module initializing failed 1 Hz flashing: Indicates the GPS module is searching the satellite or in an unknown state 2 Hz flashing: Indicates the antenna system is short-circuits. 5 Hz flashing: Indicates the antenna system is disconnected. OFF: Indicates the GPS module is operating improperly SD 1–2 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signal. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signal. ACT 1–2 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical link has received data packets. OFF: The optical link has not received data packets. MANI Green Reference selection indicator Dedicate indicator ON: indicates reference selection is enabled. OFF: indicates reference selection is disabled. 4-22 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  53. Chapter 4 Boards EGFS Panel Buttons Table 4-32 describes the buttons on the panel of EGFS board. Table 4-32 EGFS Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EGFS Panel Interfaces Table 4-33 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGFS board. Table 4-33 EGFS Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description REF1l Input 2 M clock reference input interface REF2l Input 2 M clock reference input interface TEST Bidirectional Clock testing interface PTP1 Input Subordinate shelf synchronization clock input interface PTP2 Input Subordinate shelf synchronization clock input interface CLK1 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface CLK2 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface CLK3 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface HOST-232/GPS Bidirectional/Input Debugging serial port/GPS clock interface GPS Input GPS antenna interface TX1-RX1 Bidirectional 10 G optical interface, used for interconnecting the media plane among shelves TX2-RX2 Bidirectional 10 G optical interface, used for interconnecting the media plane among shelves ETH-M Output Debugging interface 4.2.10 EXFS1a Rear Board EXFS1a Functions The Enhanced XGE Fabric Switch board 1a (EXFS1a) provides the following functions: l EXFS1a has a built-in clock module. à Master shelf 4-23 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  54. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Provides system stratum-2 clock and multiple reference input Distributes inter-shelf and intra-shelf clock signals à Subordinate shelf Receives clock signal and distribute in the shelf l Implements inter-shelf media plane switching function, and provides the media plane 10 GE and 40 GE interfaces to all service slots and rear switching slots, and inter-shelf cascade 40 GE interfaces. The EXFS1a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EXFS1a Panel Structure Figure 4-17 shows the structure of the EXFS1a panel. Figure 4-17 Structure of the EXFS1a Panel EXFS1a Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EXFS1a board, refer to Table 4-34. For a description of the common indicators of the EXFS1a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-34 EXFS1a Panel Indicators Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions T/C Green Trace/Catch indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Catch” state. 1 Hz flashing: indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Trace” state. K/F Green Keep/Free indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Keep” state. 1 Hz flashing: indicates the phase lock module is operating in the “Free” state. R1 Green Reference indicator REF1 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF1 (bits clock or line recovered clock) R2 Green Reference indicator REF2 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF2 (bits clock or line recovered clock) 4-24 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  55. Chapter 4 Boards Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions R3 Green Reference indicator REF3 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF3 (GPS clock or PTP1) R4 Green Reference indicator REF4 Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the current clock reference is REF4 (PTP2) GPS Green GPS status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: Indicates the GPS module is operating properly 0.5 Hz flashing: Indicates the GPS module initializing failed 1 Hz flashing: Indicates the GPS module is searching the satellite or in an unknown state 2 Hz flashing: Indicates the antenna system is short-circuits. 5 Hz flashing: Indicates the antenna system is disconnected. OFF: Indicates the GPS module is operating improperly SD 1–2 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signal. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signal. ACT 1–2 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical link has received data packets. OFF: The optical link has not received data packets. MANI Green Reference selection indicator Dedicate indicator ON: indicates reference selection is enabled. OFF: indicates reference selection is disabled. EXFS1a Panel Buttons Table 4-35 describes the buttons on the panel of the EXFS1a board. Table 4-35 EXFS1a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EXFS1a Panel Interfaces Table 4-36 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EXFS1a board. 4-25 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  56. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Table 4-36 EXFS1a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description REF1l Input 2 M clock reference input interface REF2l Input 2 M clock reference input interface TEST Output Clock testing interface PTP1 Input Subordinate shelf synchronization clock input interface PTP2 Input Subordinate shelf synchronization clock input interface CLK1 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface CLK2 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface CLK3 Output Master shelf synchronization clock output interface HOST-232/GPS Bidirectional/Input Debugging serial port/GPS clock interface GPS Input GPS antenna interface TX1-RX1 Bidirectional 40 GB electrical interface TX2-RX2 Bidirectional 40 GB electrical interface RX3/TX3 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: multiple modes, LC connector RX4/TX4 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: multiple modes, LC connector OMC Bidirectional Debugging interface MIRROR Output Debugging interface 4.2.11 EGPB Rear Board EGPB Functions The enhanced GE Process Board (EGPB) is an interface board for GE interface (optical or electrical) access and IP processing. The EGPB board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EGPB Panel Structure Figure 4-18 shows the structure of the EGPB panel. Figure 4-18 Structure of the EGPB Panel EGPB Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGPB board, refer to Table 4-37. 4-26 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  57. Chapter 4 Boards For a description of the common indicators of the EGPB board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-37 EGPB Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions SD1~4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT1~4 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical link has received data packets. OFF: The optical link has not received data packets. EGPB Panel Buttons Table 4-38 describes the buttons on the panel of EGPB board. Table 4-38 EGPB Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EGPB Panel Interfaces Table 4-39 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGPB board. Table 4-39 EGPB Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS CKOUT2 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS RX1/TX1 Bidirectional GE optical interface RX2/TX2 Bidirectional GE optical interface RX3/TX3 Bidirectional GE optical interface RX4/TX4 Bidirectional GE optical interface ETH1 Bidirectional GE electrical interface ETH2 Bidirectional GE electrical interface ETH3 Bidirectional GE electrical interface ETH4 Bidirectional GE electrical interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4-27 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  58. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 4.2.12 EGPB2a Rear Board EGPB2a Functions The Enhanced GE Process Board 2a (EGPB2a) is a network interface board. It implements IP access, processes and forwards the accessed data. This board provides eight external GE optical/electrical interfaces. The EPGB2a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EGPB2a Panel Structure Figure 4-19 shows the structure of the EGPB2a panel. Figure 4-19 Structure of the EGPB2a Panel EGPB2a Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGPB2a board, refer to Table 4-40. For a description of the common indicators of the EGPB2a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-40 EGPB2a Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–8 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT1–8 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical link has received data packets. OFF: The optical link has not received data packets. EGPB2a Panel Buttons Table 4-41 describes the buttons on the panel of EGPB2a board. Table 4-41 EGPB2a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EGPB2a Panel Interfaces Table 4-42 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGPB2a board. 4-28 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  59. Chapter 4 Boards Table 4-42 EGPB2a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output To configure the EGPB2a board to obtain the clock reference, this interface is connected to REF1l or REF2l interface of the EXFS1a board. CKOUT2 Output To configure the EGPB2a board to obtain the clock reference, this interface is connected to REF1l or REF2l interface of the EXFS1a board. RX1/TX1 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX2/TX2 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX3/TX3 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX4/TX4 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX5/TX5 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX6/TX6 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX7/TX7 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX8/TX8 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface. 4-29 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  60. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 4.2.13 EGPB2c Rear Board EGPB2c Functions The Enhanced GE Process Board 2c (EGPB2c) is a network interface board. It implements IP access, processes and forwards the accessed data. This board provides eight external GE optical/electrical interfaces. The EPGB2c board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EGPB2c Panel Structure Figure 4-20 shows the structure of the EGPB2c panel. Figure 4-20 Structure of the EGPB2c Panel EGPB2c Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EGPB2c board, refer to Table 4-43. For a description of the common indicators of the EGPB2c board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-43 EGPB2c Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–8 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT1–8 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical link has received data packets. OFF: The optical link has not received data packets. EGPB2c Panel Buttons Table 4-44 describes the buttons on the panel of EGPB2c board. Table 4-44 EGPB2c Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button 4-30 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  61. Chapter 4 Boards EGPB2c Panel Interfaces Table 4-45 describes the interfaces on the panel of EGPB2c board. Table 4-45 EGPB2c Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output To configure the EGPB2c board to obtain the clock reference, this interface is connected to REF1l or REF2l interface of the EXFS1a board. CKOUT2 Output To configure the EGPB2c board to obtain the clock reference, this interface is connected to REF1l or REF2l interface of the EXFS1a board. RX1/TX1 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX2/TX2 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX3/TX3 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. RX4/TX4 Bidirectional l GE optical interface: single/multiple mode, LC connector. l GE electrical interface: converted through the Giga transmitter and receiver unit on the SFP electrical interface. HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface. 4.2.14 ESDTA Rear Board ESDTA Functions The enhanced SDH Digital Trunk board ATM version (ESDTA) is an interface board for channelized ATM STM-1 access, and IMA and ATM processing. The ESDTA board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. ESDTA Panel Structure Figure 4-21 shows the structure of the ESDTA panel. 4-31 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  62. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Figure 4-21 Structure of the ESDTA Panel ESDTA Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the ESDTA board, refer to Table 4-46. For a description of the common indicators of the ESDTA board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-46 ESDTA Panel Indicators Indicator Color meaning Category Description SD 1–4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT 1–4 Green Optical in- terface ac- tive/standby indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. ESDTA Panel Buttons Table 4-47 describes the buttons on the panel of ESDTA board. Table 4-47 ESDTA Panel Buttons Indicator Description EXCH Active/standby switch RST Reset switch ESDTA Panel Interfaces Table 4-48 describes the interfaces on the panel of ESDTA board. Table 4-48 ESDTA Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS CKOUT2 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS TX1/RX1 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface TX2/RX2 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface TX3/RX3 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface 4-32 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  63. Chapter 4 Boards Interface Name Direction Description TX4/RX4 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.15 ESDTA1b Rear Board ESDTA1b Functions The enhanced SDH Digital Trunk board ATM version (ESDTA1b) is an interface board for channelized ATM STM-1 access, and IMA and ATM processing. The ESDTA1b board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. ESDTA1b Panel Structure Figure 4-22 shows the structure of the ESDTA1b panel. Figure 4-22 Structure of the ESDTA1b Panel ESDTA1b Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the ESDTA1b board, refer to Table 4-49. For a description of the common indicators of the ESDTA1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-49 ESDTA1b Panel Indicators Indicator Color meaning Category Description SD 1–4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT 1–4 Green Optical in- terface ac- tive/standby indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. ESDTA1b Panel Buttons Table 4-50 describes the buttons on the panel of ESDTA1b board. 4-33 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  64. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Table 4-50 ESDTA1b Panel Buttons Indicator Description EXCH Active/standby switch RST Reset switch ESDTA1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-51 describes the interfaces on the panel of ESDTA1b board. Table 4-51 ESDTA1b Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output If ESDTA1b extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS. CKOUT2 Output If ESDTA1b extracts the clock base, it connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS. TX1/RX1 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. TX2/RX2 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. TX3/RX3 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. TX4/RX4 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector. HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface. 4.2.16 ESDTI Rear Board ESDTI Functions The enhanced SDH Digital Trunk board IP version (ESDTI) is an interface board for IP STM-1 access , and PPP and ML-PPP processing. The ESDTI board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. ESDTI Panel Structure Figure 4-23 shows the structure of the ESDTI panel. Figure 4-23 Structure of the ESDTI Panel ESDTI Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the ESDTI board, refer to Table 4-52. For a description of the common indicators of the ESDTI board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. 4-34 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  65. Chapter 4 Boards Table 4-52 ESDTI Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–4 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT1–4 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. ESDTI Panel Buttons Table 4-53 describes the buttons on the panel of ESDTI board. Table 4-53 ESDTI Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button ESDTI Panel Interfaces Table 4-54 describes the interfaces on the panel of ESDTI board. Table 4-54 ESDTI Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS CKOUT2 Output Line clock output interface, connects to REF1l or REF2l on EGFS TX1/RX1 Bidirectional Ethernet optical interface TX2/RX2 Bidirectional Ethernet optical interface TX3/RX3 Bidirectional Ethernet optical interface TX4/RX4 Bidirectional Ethernet optical interface HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.17 ESDTI2a Rear Board ESDTI2a Functions The enhanced SDH Digital Trunk board IP version 2a (ESDTI2a) is an interface board for IP STM-1 access , and PPP and ML-PPP processing. 4-35 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  66. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description The ESDTI2a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. ESDTI2a Panel Structure Figure 4-24 shows the structure of the ESDTI2a panel. Figure 4-24 Structure of the ESDTI2a Panel ESDTI2a Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the ESDTI2a board, refer to Table 4-55. For a description of the common indicators of the ESDTI2a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-55 ESDTI2a Panel Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–8 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface has received optical signals. OFF: The optical interface has not received optical signals. ACT1–8 Green Link status indicator Dedicate indicator ON: The optical interface is in active state. OFF: The optical interface is in standby state. ESDTI2a Panel Buttons Table 4-56 describes the buttons on the panel of ESDTI2a board. Table 4-56 ESDTI2a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button ESDTI2a Panel Interfaces Table 4-57 describes the interfaces on the panel of the ESDTI2a board. Table 4-57 ESDTI2a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output Not used in this version. CKOUT2 Output Not used in this version. TX1/RX1 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector 4-36 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  67. Chapter 4 Boards Interface Name Direction Description TX2/RX2 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX3/RX3 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX4/RX4 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX5/RX5 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX6/RX6 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX7/RX7 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector TX8/RX8 Bidirectional STM-1 optical interface: single mode, LC connector HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.18 EXGB1a Rear Board EXGB1a Functions The ETCA 10 GE interface processing board (EXGB1a) is a network interface board. It implements IP access, processes and forwards the accessed data. This board provides two external 10 GE optical interfaces. It only supports BETC/3 rear boards. The EXGB1a board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EXGB1a Panel Structure Figure 4-25 shows the structure of the EXGB1a panel. Figure 4-25 Structure of the EXGB1a Panel EXGB1a Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EXGB1a board, refer to Table 4-58. For a description of the common indicators of the EXGB1a board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-58 EXGB1a Panel Indicators Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–2 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicated indicator ON: The optical interface receives an optical signal. OFF: The optical interface does not receive an optical signal. 4-37 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  68. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions ACT1– 2 Green Data indicator Dedicated indicator ON: Data is transmitted on the optical link. OFF: No data is transmitted on the optical link. EXGB1a Panel Buttons Table 4-59 describes the buttons on the panel of the EXGB1a board. Table 4-59 EXGB1a Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EXGB1a Panel Interfaces Table 4-60 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EXGB1a board. Table 4-60 EXGB1a Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output To configure the EXGB1a to obtain the clock reference, connect this interface to the REF1l and REF2l interfaces of the EXFS1a board. CKOUT2 Output To configure the EXGB1a to obtain the clock reference, connect this interface to the REF1l and REF2l interfaces of the EXFS1a board. RX1/TX1 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: single/multiple modes, LC connector RX2/TX2 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: single/multiple modes, LC connector HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.19 EXGB1b Rear Board EXGB1b Functions The Enhanced XGE Process Board1b (EXGB1b) is a network interface board. It implements IP access, processes and forwards the accessed data. This board provides two external 10 GE optical interfaces. It only supports BETC/2 rear boards. The EXGB1b board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. 4-38 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  69. Chapter 4 Boards EXGB1b Panel Structure Figure 4-26 shows the structure of the EXGB1b panel. Figure 4-26 Structure of the EXGB1b Panel EXGB1b Panel Indicators For a description of the dedicated indicators of the EXGB1b board, refer to Table 4-61. For a description of the common indicators of the EXGB1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. Table 4-61 EXGB1b Panel Indicators Indica- tor Color Meaning Category Functions SD1–2 Green Optical signal indicator Dedicated indicator ON: The optical interface receives an optical signal. OFF: The optical interface does not receive an optical signal. ACT1–2 Green Data indicator Dedicated indicator ON: Data is transmitted on the optical link. OFF: No data is transmitted on the optical link. EXGB1b Panel Buttons Table 4-62 describes the buttons on the panel of the EXGB1b board. Table 4-62 EXGB1b Panel Buttons Button Description EXCH Active/standby switchover button RST Reset button EXGB1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-63 describes the interfaces on the panel of the EXGB1b board. Table 4-63 EXGB1b Panel Interfaces Interface Name Direction Description CKOUT1 Output To configure the EXGB1b to obtain the clock reference, connect this interface to the EGFS board. CKOUT2 Output To configure the EXGB1b to obtain the clock reference, connect this interface to the REF1l and REF2l interfaces of the EGFS board. 4-39 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  70. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Interface Name Direction Description RX1/TX1 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: single/multiple modes, LC connector RX2/TX2 Bidirectional 10 GE optical interface: single/multiple modes, LC connector HOST-232 Bidirectional Debugging interface 4.2.20 EMPR Rear Board EMPR Functions As the rear card of the entire signaling trace board, the EMPR board provides eight GE interfaces, two USB interface, and one VGA interface for the connection to a keyboard, a mouse, and a monitor. The EMPR board only supports the BETC/2 backplane. EMPR Panel Structure Figure 4-27 shows the structure of the EMPR board. Figure 4-27 Structure of the EMPR Panel EMPR Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EMPR board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. EMPR Panel Indicators None EMPR Panel Interfaces Table 4-64 describes the interfaces on the panel of EMPR board. Table 4-64 EMPR Panel Interfaces Interface Direction Description GE electrical Bidirectional Provides eight GE interfaces. USB Bidirectional Connects to a USB device. PS/2 Bidirectional Connects to a keyboard, a mouse, and a monitor. 4-40 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  71. Chapter 4 Boards 4.2.21 EMPR1b Rear Board EMPR1b Functions As the rear card of the entire signaling trace board, the EMPR1b board provides eight GE interfaces, two USB interface, and one VGA interface for the connection to a keyboard, a mouse, and a monitor. The EMPR1b board only supports the BETC/3 backplane. EMPR1b Panel Structure Figure 4-28 shows the structure of the EMPR1b board. Figure 4-28 Structure of the EMPR1b Panel EMPR1b Panel Indicators For a description of the common indicators of the EMPR1b board, refer to 4.3 Indicator Descriptions. EMPR1b Panel Indicators None EMPR1b Panel Interfaces Table 4-65 describes the interfaces on the panel of EMPR1b board. Table 4-65 EMPR1b Panel Interfaces Interface Direction Description GE electrical Bidirectional Provides eight GE interfaces. USB Bidirectional Connects to a USB device. PS/2 Bidirectional Connects to a keyboard, a mouse, and a monitor. 4.3 Indicator Descriptions Board Indicator Types The board indicators of the ZXUR 9000 UMTS fall into the following types: l Common indicator à OOS indicator à OK indicator 4-41 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  72. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description à H/S indicator à ACT indicator à HOST indicator l Dedicated indicator In addition to the common indicators, a board has its own dedicated indicators. Common Indicators In the ZXUR 9000 UMTS, each board has several common indicators and special indicators.Table 4-66 lists the common indicators on the boards of the ZXUR 9000 UMTS. Table 4-66 Common Indicators Indicator Color Meaning Description Status OOS Bi-color indicator (red/green) Board service status indicator The OOS indicator indicates the service status of the board. Table 4-71 OK Bi-color indicator (red/green) Health status indicator The OK indicator indicates the operational status of the board. Table 4-71 H/S Blue Hot-plug indicator The H/S indicator indicates the hot-plug status of the board. Table 4-70 ACT Bi-color indicator (red/green) Active/standby status indicator The ACT indicator indicates the active or standby status of the board. Table 4-68 HOST Bi—color indicator (red/green) Running/Alarm indicator The HOST indicator indicates the operational and alarm status of the board. Table 4-69 Board Indicator Status Table 4-67 lists a description of the statuses of the indicators of a board. Table 4-67 Board Indicator Status No. Status Description 1 ON The indicator is steady on. 2 OFF The indicator is steady off. 4-42 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  73. Chapter 4 Boards No. Status Description 3 Flashing at a frequency of 5 Hz The flashing period is 0.2 seconds with 50% of duty ratio (ON for 0.1 seconds and OFF for 0.1 seconds). 4 Flashing at a frequency of 2 Hz The flashing period is 0.5 seconds with 50% of duty ratio (ON for 0.25 seconds and OFF for 0.25 seconds). 5 Flashing at a frequency of 1 Hz The flashing period is 1 second with 50% of duty ratio (ON for 0.5 seconds and OFF for 0.5 seconds). 6 Flashing at a frequency of 0.5 Hz The flashing period is 2 seconds with 50% of duty ratio (ON for 1 second and OFF for 1 second). ACT Indicator Description For a description of the ACT indicator, refer to Table 4-68. Table 4-68 ACT Indicator Descriptions Board Status Indicator Status Meaning Working Solid green The board is in active status. Backup Solid off The board is in standby status. Switch over Flashing at 1 Hz The board is switching over. HOST Indicator For a description of the HOST indicator, refer to Table 4-69. Table 4-69 HOST Indicator Descriptions Board Status Indicator Status Priority Meaning Initial status Solid off 1 The board is in initial status. Normal operational status Flashing at 1 Hz (green) 2 The board is operating normally. The BOOT is operating properly Flashing at 5 Hz (green) 3 The BOOT is operating properly (the version is being downloaded or the version download fails). The memory is being initialized or loading data Flashing at 5 Hz (orange) 4 The internal memory is being initialized or loading data. 4-43 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  74. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description Board Status Indicator Status Priority Meaning 5 The service is applicable (in M/S switchover). Minor alarm Flashing at 1 Hz (red) 6 A sub-card fails. 7 The network port on the media plane is disconnected. 8 The HW is disconnected. 9 The link to the OMP is disconnected. 10 The version does not match the hardware configuration. 11 The input clock is lost. Critical alarm Flashing at 2 Hz (red) 12 A severe failure occurs in the sub-card. 13 The version download fails. 14 The board fails to pass the self-test. 15 The support startup fails. 16 The board fails to obtain a logic address. 17 The basic process fails to be powered or the process times out. 18 The board fails to initialize the core data area. Severe fault requiring board reset Flashing at 5 Hz (red) 19 A very severe failure occurs in the sub-card. H/S Indicator For a description of the H/S indicator, refer to Table 4-70. Table 4-70 H/S Indicator Descriptions Board Status Indicator Status Description Removable Solid on (blue) The board can be removed. Unremovable Solid off The board cannot be removed. Being activated Flashing The board is being activated. 4-44 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  75. Chapter 4 Boards Combination Statuses of OK, OOS and H/S Indicators The combination statuses of OK, OOS and H/S are described in Table 4-71. Table 4-71 OK, OOS and H/S Combination Status Descriptions H/S (Blue) OOS (Red/Green) OK (Red/Green) Board Status Indicator Status Duty Ratio Indicator Status Duty Ratio Indicator Status Duty Ratio Meaning Off – On (green) – Off – The board is reset after being powered on. Off – Off – Flashing red at 5 Hz 50% The hardware address is incorrect (not available for a rear board). On – On (red) – Off – The board is inserted in its slot, but the extractor is not closed. Flashing at 1 Hz 90% On (red) – Off – The extractor is closed, and the board is activating. Off – On (red) – Off – The board is waiting for power assignment. Off – Off – Remaining – The board is operating properly. Flashing at 1 Hz 90% Remaining – Remaining – The board extractor is open. Power on/off 4-45 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  76. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description H/S (Blue) OOS (Red/Green) OK (Red/Green) Board Status Indicator Status Duty Ratio Indicator Status Duty Ratio Indicator Status Duty Ratio Meaning Flashing at 1 Hz 90% Remaining – Remaining – The board is waiting for shutdown. Alarm Remaining – Remaining – Flashing red at 1 Hz 50% An alarm occurs in the board. Operating Remaining – Remaining – Flashing green at 1 Hz 50% The board is operating properly. • Remaining: The indicator status is unchanged, that is, remains in the previous status. 4-46 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  77. Chapter 5 Cables Table of Contents Internal Cables...........................................................................................................5-1 External Cables..........................................................................................................5-5 5.1 Internal Cables Table 5-1describes the internal cables. Table 5-1 Internal Cables Type of Internal Cables Name of Internal Cables Refer to Interior -48 V Power Cable 5.1.1 Interior -48 V Power Cable Power Cables Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable 5.1.2 Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable Grounding Cable for Service Subrack 5.1.3 Grounding Cable for Service Subrack Cabinet Door Grounding Cable 5.1.4 Cabinet Door Grounding Cable Grounding Cables Grounding Cable for PDU 5.1.5 Grounding Cable for PDU Media Plane Interconnection Fiber/Cable 5.1.6 Media Plane Interconnection Fiber/Cable Data Cables Control Plane Interconnection Cable 5.1.7 Control Plane Interconnection Cable Line Reference Clock Cable 5.1.8 Line Reference Clock Cable Clock Cables Inter-Shelf Clock Cable 5.1.9 Inter-Shelf Clock Cable Monitoring Cables PD485 Monitoring Cable 5.1.10 PD485 Monitoring Cable 5-1 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  78. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 5.1.1 Interior -48 V Power Cable Figure 5-1 shows interior -48 V power cable. Figure 5-1 Interior -48 V Power Cable Table 5-2 describes the connection of Interior -48 V power cable. Table 5-2 Connection of Interior -48 V Power Cable Cable ID Meaning Direction A Direction B PWR-20952-002 -48 V cable Service subrack power box Power distribution unit (PDU) 5.1.2 Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable Figure 5-2 shows interior -48 V RTN power cable. Figure 5-2 Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable Table 5-3 describes the connection of Interior -48 V RTN power cable. Table 5-3 Connection of Interior -48 V RTN Power Cable Cable ID Meaning Direction A Direction B PWR-91237-102 -48 V RTN cable Service subrack power box Power distribution unit (PDU) 5.1.3 Grounding Cable for Service Subrack Figure 5-3 shows grounding cable for service subrack. Figure 5-3 Grounding Cable for Service Subrack Table 5-4 describes the connection of grounding cable for service subrack. Table 5-4 Connection of Grounding Cable for Service Subrack Cable ID Type Direction A Direction B H-PE-010 PE protection ground cable Service subrack PE binding post inside the cabinet 5-2 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  79. Chapter 5 Cables 5.1.4 Cabinet Door Grounding Cable Figure 5-4 shows cabinet door grounding cable. Figure 5-4 Cabinet Door Grounding Cable Table 5-5 describes the connection of cabinet door grounding cable. Table 5-5 Connection of Cabinet Door Grounding Cable Cable ID Type Direction A Direction B H-PE-010 PE protection ground cable Grounding point at bottom of inner cabinet Cabinet door grounding point 5.1.5 Grounding Cable for PDU Figure 5-5 shows grounding cable for PDU. Figure 5-5 Grounding Cable for PDU Table 5-6 describes the connection of grounding cable for PDU. Table 5-6 Connection of Grounding Cable for PDU Cable ID Type Direction A Direction B H-PE-007 PE protection ground cable PDU grounding terminal Grounding point inside the cabinet top 5.1.6 Media Plane Interconnection Fiber/Cable Figure 5-6 shows media plane interconnection fiber/cable. Figure 5-6 Media Plane Interconnection Fiber/Cable Table 5-7 describes the connection of media plane interconnection cables. Table 5-7 Connection of Media Plane Interconnection Fibers/Cables Name Direction A Direction B Function Media Plane Interconnection Fiber Master shelf EGFS/EXFS1a board Slave shelf EGFS/EXFS1a board Transmission media plane data 5-3 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  80. ZXUR 9000 UMTS Hardware Description 5.1.7 Control Plane Interconnection Cable Figure 5-7 shows control plane interconnection cable. Figure 5-7 Control Plane Interconnection Cable Table 5-8 describes the connection of control plane interconnection cables. Table 5-8 Connection of Control Plane Interconnection Cables Name Direction A Direction B Function Super category 5 shielded network cable Master shelf EGBS/EGBS2a board Slave shelf EGBS/EGBS2a board Transmits control plane data 5.1.8 Line Reference Clock Cable Figure 5-8 shows line reference clock cable. Figure 5-8 Line Reference Clock Cable Line reference clock cables are used to extract clock reference from interface board to clock board EGFS/EXFS1a for lock. Table 5-9 describes the cable connection. Table 5-9 Connection of Line Reference Clock Cables Cable ID Name Direction A Direction B SE1 Clock reference cable Master shelf interface board Master shelf EGFS/EXFS1a board 5.1.9 Inter-Shelf Clock Cable Figure 5-9 shows inter-shelf clock cable. Figure 5-9 Inter-Shelf Clock Cable Inter-shelf clock cables are used to transmit clock signals between shelves. Table 5-10 describes the cable connection. 5-4 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
  81. Chapter 5 Cables Table 5-10 Connection of Inter-Shelf Clock Cables Cable ID Name Direction A Direction B DS-H0101-007 Clock Cable Master shelf EGFS/EXFS1a board Subordinate shelf EGFS/EXFS1a board 5.1.10 PD485 Monitoring Cable Figure 5-10 shows PD485 monitoring cable. Figure 5-10 PD485 Monitoring Cable Table 5-11 describes the connection of PD485 monitoring cable of PDU. Table 5-11 Connection of PD485 Monitoring Cables Cable ID Name Direction A Direction of End B1 Direction of End B2 DS-G0505-002 RS485 monitoring cable PDU subrack Master shelf EGBS/EGBS2a board Master shelf EGBS/EGBS2a board 5.2 External Cables Table 5-12 describes the external cables. Table 5-12 External Cables Type of External Cables Name of External Cables Refer to Exterior -48 V Power Cable 5.2.1 Exterior -48 V Power Cable Power Cable Exterior -48 V RTN Power Cable 5.2.2 Exterior -48 V RTN Power Cable Grounding Cables Exterior Grounding Cable 5.2.3 Exterior Grounding Cable 5-5 SJ-20140527134054-004|2014-10-11(R1.1) ZTE Proprietary and Confidential
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