COMMUNICATIONS TEST & MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS
ONT-50
Optical Network Tester
Key features
• Combines digital and optical test capabilities
• SONET/SDH from 52 Mb/s to 10.7 Gb/s
with electrical and optical interfaces
• Complete testing solution for OTU1 and OTU2
• High-accurate Jitter/Wander test 10/10.7G according to
new ITU-T O.172 Appendix VII + VIII
• First EoS interworking tester up to 10 Gb/s
• Electrical and optical Ethernet testing
• Single and dual port DSn/PDH modules
• Unique dual port OSAs ready for 40/43 Gb/s signal analysis
with channel drop up to 10.7 Gb/s
• Multiuser remote use through innovative web browser
interface
• Supports multiple applications simultaneously
February 2006 Edition
Testing design and conformance of Next Generation Transport
Networks
Next Generation SONET/SDH equipment plays a key role in today’s’ networks. It allows for efficient handling of data, voice and video traffic (triple play). This is addressing the needs of service
providers to transport services like “bandwidth optimized” Ethernet over the widely deployed
SONET/SDH networks.
New installations of broadband links today are frequently done with OTN technology. With its’
Forward Error Correction (FEC) it increases the fault acceptance capability of a high speed link,
thus providing a higher transmission quality or possible longer links.
DWDM is still another great enabler of increased bandwidth by optical multiplexing of multiple
high speed links.
As a result, companies are increasingly require advanced testing solutions that are able to combine
all necessary test applications and enable quick time to market of their products.
The ONT-50 is a flexible, four slot, mainframe test solution with broadest range of digital and optical application modules. Modules to test are OTN, SONET, SDH, PDH, NewGen, Ethernet, Jitter
as well as a variety of Optical Spectrum Analyzers.
The ONT-50 allows a free combination of all available testing modules which can be shared among
multiple users simultaneously. Drivers and test libraries support Tcl/Tk and LabWindows to minimize efforts to use ONT-50 in an automated environment
WEBSITE: www.jdsu.com
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Design and conformance testing of NextGeneration transport networks
Multi-application and multi-port configuration
EoS interworking
DSn/PDH modules
•• Unframed, framed and muxed DSn and
PDH signals
•• Single and dual port
NewGen solution 2.5/10G
•• Ethernet over SONET/SDH (EoS)
•• Ethernet MAC
•• LCAS, GFP, differential delay
•• GFP-T (optional, 2.5G only)
•• SONET/SDH (PoS optional)
Ethernet modules
•• Optical and electrical interfaces
•• Ethernet MAC
•• Ethernet link
Modules 2.5G/10G/10G-B
•• SONET/SDH (PoS optional)
•• Jitter/wander for version -B (optional)
OTN modules 10/10.7G (-B)
•• OTN
•• SONET/SDH (PoS optional)
•• Jitter/wander for version -B (optional)
Jitter module 10G-B, 10/10.7G-B
• High-accuracy jitter evaluated with
O.172 Appendix VII + VIII
•• Adds jitter to 10G modules
• Adds jitter to OTN module 10/10.7G
• Wander (optional)
OTN module 2.5/2.7G
•• OTN
•• SONET/SDH (PoS optional)
DWDM analyzer
•• Optical spectrum analysis
•• EDFA test
•• DFB, FP, LED tests
•• Drop option up to 10.7 Gb/s
ONT-50
•• 4 slots to take any combination of
modules
•• 12” TFT display
Optical amplifier module
•• Amplifier C/L band
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Configuration guide
ONT-50 mainframe, 4 slots, 12” TFT display
Modules and options
BN 3070/01
Slots required
Page
DSn/PDH application
DSn/PDH module single port
1
BN 3070/90.61
5
DSn/PDH module dual port
1
BN 3070/90.62
5
1
BN 3070/90.18
7
SONET/SDH/PoS applications
Module 2.5G, 1310 & 1550 nm/electrical
Module 2.5G, 1310 nm
1
BN 3070/90.80
7
Module 10G, 1310 nm
1
BN 3070/90.15
8
Module 10G, 1550 nm
1
BN 3070/90.16
8
Module 10G-B, 1310 nm/electrical
2
BN 3070/90.21
8
Module 10G-B, 1550 nm/electrical
2
BN 3070/90.19
8
PoS processing
–
BN 3070/93.03
11
Data over SONET/SDH applications
NewGen solution 2.5 G, 1310 & 1550 nm/electrical
1
BN 3070/90.41
12
NewGen EoS interworking
(NewGen solution 2.5G + Mixed Ethernet module)
2
BN 3070/90.42
12
NewGen solution 10G, 1550 nm/electrical
2
BN 3070/90.45
12
GFP-T processing
–
BN 3070/93.08
17
Ethernet 10/100/1000 M – 4 ports twisted pair
1
BN 3070/90.71
20
Mixed Ethernet module – 2 ports 10/100/1000, 2 ports 1G
1
BN 3070/90.72
21
Ethernet module 1G – 4 ports 1G
1
BN 3070/90.73
21
OTN/SONET/SDH/PoS applications
OTN module 2.5/2.7 G – 1310/1550 nm/electrical
1
BN 3070/90.17
23
OTN module 10/10.7G – 1550 nm
2
BN 3070/90.30
23
OTN module 10/10.7G-B – 1550 nm/electrical
2
BN 3070/90.32
23
OTN module 10/10.7G-B – 1310 nm/electrical
2
BN 3070/90.33
23
Jitter module 10G-B
1
BN 3070/90.95
26
Jitter module 10/10.7G-B
1
BN 3070/90.93
26
Wander 10/10.7G
–
BN 3070/93.91
27
Jitter/Wander applications
Optical applications
Optical amplifier module OAM-200 (C-band)
1
BN 3070/92.20
29
Optical amplifier module OAM-201 (C/L-band)
1
BN 3070/92.21
29
DWDM analyzer OSA-160, single port
2
BN 3070/91.01
29
DWDM analyzer OSA-161, single port & drop
2
BN 3070/91.12
30
DWDM analyzer OSA-201, dual port & drop
2
BN 3070/91.14
30
High performance DWDM OSA-300, single port
3
BN 3070/91.31
31
High performance DWDM OSA-301, single port & drop
3
BN 3070/91.32
31
High performance DWDM OSA-303, dual port & drop
3
BN 3070/91.34
31
PMD test kit
1
BN 3070/91.11
32
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ONT-50 mainframe
The ONT-50 is a four-slot mainframe test solution with field upgradable
modules. It can be equipped with digital test modules for SONET/SDH/
OTN/PoS and NewGen and Ethernet analysis. Optical test modules for
optical spectral analysis (OSA) and optical amplifier modules (OAM)
are also available thus allowing for simultaneous multi-application and
multi-port measurements.
Calibration interval 24 months
Power supply (nominal range of use)
100 to 240 V
50/60 Hz
max. 400 VA
class I
Ambient temperature
600, 690, 895C, 900
Printer level 1
Further printouts are available in the corresponding application books.
Touchscreen display
Color TFT screen Resolution 12.1”, 65536 colors
800 × 600 pixels (SVGA standard)
The touchscreen allows for simple point and shoot operation.
Nominal range of use +5 to +40 °C/41 to 104 °F
Storage and transport range −20 to +60 °C/−4 to 140 °F
Dimensions (w/h/d) approx. 13.8/12.7/8.3 in approx. 350/323/211 mm
Weight (includes protective cover without modules)approx. 22 lb/10 kg
Clock and synchronization of digital test modules
Internal master clock accuracy
(meets T1.101 stratum 3/3E accuracy)
Screen copy print
Printing of screen picture via the ONT-50 parallel port and USB.
Supported printers:
HP Desk Jet Series Postscript General specifications
AC line voltage AC line frequency Power consumption Safety class to IEC 61010-1 Save, load, export and import
Current instrument settings and measurement results can be saved on
internal HD, and re-loaded at a later date. Alternatively, the settings/
results can be exported to floppy disk or remote LAN for further processing (report documentation and printouts) and imported onto the same
or another ONT-50.
4.6 ppm
External synchronization
* 50/75 Ω, unbalanced, BNC jack:
– Reference clock: 1 MHz, 1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz
–Reference clock accuracy: ± 50 ppm
* 100/120Ω, balanced, Bantam jack
– E1 (HDB3) 2.048 Mb/s, DS1 (B8ZS/AMI scrambled) 1.544 Mb/s
– Offset acceptance ± 50 ppm
* Receive signal
Clock outputs
50 Ω, unbalanced, BNC jack, TTL level
• 1.544 MHz clock
• 2.048 MHz clock
Instrument operation
Interfaces
Parallel port, serial port, PCMCIA port, floppy disk drive, Ethernet
(RJ‑45), VGA connector
Multi-user remote via LAN (remote operation)
In LAN environments, the ONT-50 can be operated interactively via
TCP/IP and a standard browser. The ONT-50’s multiuser capability
offers flexible use of the instrument, allowing several users to access the
modules of a single unit. The user interface can be displayed simultaneously on local terminals and in parallel on the ONT. Multiple ONTs can
also be operated simultaneously from a single PC.
Remote control for test automation
The ONT-50 is controlled remotely via SCPI commands sent by the
customer’s program using an Ethernet TCP/IP connection. Modules are
addressed independently and in parallel and may be shared among multiple users. Universal driver libraries facilitate automation with specific
support for individual applications. Scripting support via Tcl/Tk libraries
and LabWindows drivers.
The interactive GUI also works in parallel to remote control, thus
enabling the development of automated scripts easily.
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Digital test modules
DS1 Interface
JDSU offers a complete line of optical test adapters for all optical interfaces. All optical interface options include the required number of selectable
test adapters.
Recommendations
Line rate, codes
Connectors, balanced
unbalanced
T1.102-1993, G.703
1.544 kb/s, B8ZS, AMI
Bantam/100 Ω, RJ-48c/120 Ω
BNC/75 Ω
Transmitter DS1
DSn/PDH applications
Highlights DSn/PDH
Output level balanced
0 dBdsx/6 Vpp
unbalanced 4.74 Vpp
Output waveform pre-equalized 0.6, 1.2, 1.8, 2.4, 3.0 dBdsx
ft: 0 to 133, 133 to 266, 266 to 399, 399 to 533, 533 to 655
•• Two independent ports
Receiver DS1
•• Multiplex chains DS1/DS, E1/E4 and
mixed mux DS1/E1 in DS3
Modes Terminate, Monitor, Bridge
Sensitivity Terminate ≤ 6 dB cable
Monitor -30 dB/0dB cable , -26 and -23 dB/≤ 6 dB cable
Bridge balanced input (> 1 kΩ)
≤ 6 dB cable
Offset acceptance ± 180 ppm
E1 Interface
Recommendation
Line rate, codes
Connectors, balanced
unbalanced G.703
2.048 kb/s, HDB3, AMI
RJ-48c/120 Ω, Bantam/100 Ω
BNC/75 Ω
Transmitter E1
Output level balanced
unbalanced 6 Vpp
4.74 Vpp
Receiver E1
Modes Terminate, Monitor, Bridge
Sensitivity Terminate ≤ 6 dB cable
Monitor -30 dB/0 dB cable , -26 and -23 dB/≤ 6 dB cable
Bridge balanced input (> 1 kΩ)
≤ 6 dB cable
Offset acceptance ± 80 ppm
E3 Interface
DSn/PDH Modules single port and dual port
Hardware option BN 3070/90.61, BN 3070/90.62 – 1 slot each
The module supports all DSn/PDH rates on each port independently.
It provides unframed, framed and structured signals with overhead
access and error and alarm insertion and analysis
Clocking all rates
Clock sources Internal clock accuracy Internal clock pulling range Pulling step internal, recovered from RX
as per mainframe clock
± 500 ppm
0.1 ppm
Interface measurements
Frequency measurement ± 500 ppm
Level measurement mVpp
Alarms LOS, Overload, Frequency out of range
TX LTI (TX Loss of timing information)
Alarm insertion LOS
Triggering continuous, burst once, burst continuous
Burst M bits/msecs alarm on, N bits/msecs alarm off
M, N 1 to 16.777.215 bits
Recommendation
Line rate, codes
Connector, unbalanced G.703
34.368 kb/s, HDB3, AMI (TX only)
BNC/75 Ω
Transmitter E3
Output level 2 Vpp
Receiver E3
Modes Sensitivity Terminate Monitor Offset acceptance Terminate, Monitor
≤ 12 dB cable
-20 dB/≤ 12 dB cable, -26 dB/≤ 6 dB cable
± 100 ppm
DS3 Interface
Recommendations Line rate, codes
Connector, unbalanced
T1.102-1993, G.703
44.736 kb/s, B3ZS, AMI (TX only)
BNC/75 Ω
Transmitter DS3
Output level HIGH
DSX LOW 0 ft cable/2.0 Vpp
450 ft cable/1.0 Vpp
900 ft cable/0.5 Vpp
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DS1, DS3 framed
Receiver DS3
Modes Sensitivity Terminate Monitor Offset acceptance Terminate, Monitor
≤ 12dB cable
-20 dB/≤ 12dB cable, -26 dB/≤ 6 dB cable
± 100 ppm
E4 Interface
Recommendations Line rate, code
Connector , unbalanced
G.703
139.264 kb/s, CMI
BNC/75 Ω
Transmitter E4
Output level 1 Vpp
Modes Sensitivity Terminate Monitor Offset acceptance Terminate, Monitor
≤ 12 dB cable
-20 dB/≤ 6 dB cable, -26 dB/0 dB cable
± 100 ppm
DSn/PDH testing
Format
16bits programmable and displayed online
includes synchronization message
Overhead bits DS3
X1, X2, C11-/ AIC-bit displayed online
Multiplex Chains
Standard test pattern
PRBS 15, 20, 23, 31 (normal and inverted)
16 bit user selectable, all 0s, all 1s
bit pattern with programmable length 3 to 32 bit
E1, E3, E4 (PDH) unframed
Pattern Alarms Alarms E1 only Errors Errors E1& E3 only Standard test pattern
LOS, AIS
Excessive zeros
Bit error
Code
DS1, DS3 unframed
Pattern Special pattern DS1 only Alarms Alarms DS1 only
Errors Standard test pattern
QRSS20, 1 in 8, 2 in 8, 3 in 24
LOS
AIS, Excessive zeros
BPV, Bit error
E1, E3, E4 (PDH) framed
Frame types E1 (E1 is not channelized)
Frame types E3, E4 Pattern Alarms Alarms E1 only
Errors Errors E1 only
Errors E1& E3 only PCM30, PCM30 CRC
PCM31, PCM31 CRC
G.751
Standard test pattern
LOS, AIS, LOF, RDI
Excessive zeros
FAS word/bit, Bit error
CRC, REBE
Code
Overhead bits E1
Si, Sa4 to Sa8 CAS TS16 (PCM30 only) SSM (PCM30/31 CRC only)
programmable and displayed online
programmable 16 byte sequence
clear text edit and display
Overhead bits E3, E4
E3 Bit12 E4 Bit14 to 16
SF, ESF
C-Parity, M13
Standard test pattern
QRSS20, 1 in 8, 2 in 8, 3 in 24
100
LOS, AIS, Frame loss, RAI, Idle
Excessive zeros
FTM (Frame Type Mismatch)
BPV, Frame errors, Bit error
CRC
P-bit, CP-bit, FEBE
Data link DS1 ESF
Receiver E4
Pattern Frame types DS1
Frame types DS3 Pattern Special pattern DS1
Special pattern DS3 Alarms Alarms DS1 only
Alarms DS3 only Errors Errors DS1 only Errors DS3 only programmable and displayed online
programmable and displayed online
E-carrier mux
E3 structured
E4 structured
E1 in E3 via E2
E1 in E4 via E2/E3
E1 is unframed or framed, not channelized.One selected channel is generated and one is measured. Background channels are fully structured
T-carrier mux
DS3 structured DS3 structured DS1 in DS3 via DS2
E1 in DS3 via ES2
DS1 is unframed or framed, not channelized. One selected channel is
generated and one is measured. Background channels are fully structured
Mixed mux
DS3 mixed DS1 via DS2 and E1 via ES2
DS1 and E1 are unframed or framed, not channelized. One selected
channel DS1 and one E1 are generated and one of each is measured (dual
channel measurement). Background channels are fully structured
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ES2 framing testing
Frame type
Alarms Errors OH Reserved bit S E1 in DS3 comply G.747
AIS, LOF, RDI
FAS word/bit
programmable and displayed online
Bit rate offsets
Measurement
offsets of all mux levels
Hardware modules
Module 2.5G, 1310nm
Module 2.5G, 1310/1550nm
NewGen Solution 2.5G, 1310/1550nm
OTN Module 2.5/2.7G, 1310/1550nm
Hardware options – 1slot each
DSn/PDH error/alarm insertion and measurement
Simultaneous generation of errors and alarms is supported
Alarm insertion Triggering Burst M, N Error insertion Triggering Rates Burst M,N alarms see correspondent signal
continuous, burst once, burst continuous
M bits/msecs alarm on, N bits/msecs alarm off
depend on signal type
errors see correspondent signal
single, rate, burst once, burst continuous
rate burst once, rate burst continuous
9.9E-3 to 1.0E-10
M errored frames followed by N error free frames
in frames/µs
Alarm detection alarms see correspondent signals
All alarms are measured with duration
Error detection
errors see correspondent signals
All errors are measured with count, ratio and duration
Module 2.5G, 1310 nm
BN 3070/90.80
Module 2.5G, 1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces
BN 3070/90.18
NewGen Solution 2.5, 1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces BN 3070/90.41
OTN Module 2.5/2.7G, 1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces BN 3070/90.17
Tests supported
•• SONET/SDH from 52 Mb/s to 2.5 Gb/s (page 8)
•• EoS (NewGen solution only, page 12)
•• OTU-1 testing (OTN module only, page 24)
•• PoS (optional, page 11)
General
Line rates Line code 2.488 Gb/s, 622/155/52 Mb/s
2.666 Gb/s (OTN module only)
scrambled NRZ
Clock generator
Clock accuracy and synchronization from external signal: see clock
specifications of ONT-50 mainframe
SONET/SDH applications
Selectable clock offset Step size Highlights SONET/SDH
Optical Interface
The interface meets the specification of ITU-T G.957 / GR.253
•• Dynamic error/alarm insertion including pulse bursts
•• Best-in-class service disruption test with high level of details
and user-accessible settings – no blind spots
± 50 ppm
0.1 ppm
Generator
Wavelengths
Output level 1310 & 1550 nm
−2 to +3 dBm
Receiver
Wavelength range Rx offset acceptance
1260 to 1360 nm, 1430 to 1580 nm
± 100 ppm
Sensitivity
all rates additionally at 155M, 52M Maximum input power (destructive) Optical power measurement −8 to −28 dBm
−8 to −34 dBm
+3 dBm
−8 to −34 dBm
Electrical interfaces (except BN 3070/90.18)
50 Ω, AC coupled
SMA
Impedance Connector type Generator data signal
Bit rates
Code
Output level
52 Mb/s to 2.488 Gb/s, 2.666 Gb/s (OTN module only)
scrambled NRZ
>200 mVpp
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Generator clock signal
Receiver 1310 nm
Bit rates Eye clock Output level Wavelength range m Sensitivity
Max. input power (destructive power) Measuring optical input power
52 Mb/s to 2.488 GHz, 2.666 GHz (OTN module only)
fclock/4
>200 mVpp
Receiver data signal
Bit rates 52 Mb/s to 2.488 Gb/s, 2.666 Gb/s (OTN module only)
Input level, code 200 to 1000 mVpp, scrambled NRZ
Receiver clock signal
Recovered clock Input level
fclock/4
>200 mVpp
622 MHz
sinusoidal >200 mVpp
Electrical interfaces (except BN 3070/90.15, /90.16)
AC coupled 50 W
SMA
Impedance
Connector type
9.951 Gb/s, scrambled NRZ
>200 mVpp
Generator clock signal
Module 10G, 1310 nm
Module 10G-B, 1310 nm/electrical interfaces
Module 10G, 1550 nm
Module 10G-B, 1550 nm/electrical interfaces
NewGen Solution 10G, 1550 nm/electrical interfaces
Bit rate
Output level
BN 3070/90.15
BN 3070/90.21
BN 3070/90.16
BN 3070/90.19
BN 3070/90.45
Tests supported
•• SONET/SDH 10Gb/s (page 8)
•• EoS (NewGen solution only, page 12)
•• PoS (optional, page 11)
•• Jitter/wander for versions –B (optional)
9.951 GHz
>200 mVpp
Receiver data signal
Bit rate, code
Input level
9.951 Gb/s, scrambled NRZ
100 to 600 mVpp
SONET/SDH testing
Signal Structure
SONET mappings
VT 1.5/ 2/ 6, STS−1/ 3c/ 12c/ 48c
For module 10G only
STS−192c
SDH mappings
AU-4: VC-12, VC-11, VC-2, VC-3, VC-4, VC-4-4c/16c
AU-3: VC-12, VC-11, VC-2, VC-3
For module 10G only
VC-4-64c
General
9.953 Gb/s, scrambled NRZ
Clock generator
Clock accuracy and synchronization from external signal: see clock
specifications of ONT-50 mainframe
± 50 ppm
0.1 ppm
Selectable clock offset Step size
Optical interfaces
The interface meets the requirements of ITU-T G.691/GR.253
Generator
1550 nm
−3 to +2 dBm
1310 nm
−4 to 0 dBm
Receiver 1550 nm
Wavelength range Sensitivity
Max. input power (destructive power) Measuring optical input power
Bit rate
Output level
Bit rate, code
Output level
Hardware options 90.15 and 90.16 – 1 slot each
Hardware options others – 2slot each
Wavelength
Output level 1550 nm Wavelength Output level 1310 nm Generator eye clock signal
Generator data signal
Module 10G (-B), 1310nm
Module 10G (-B), 1550nm
NewGen Solution 10G, 1550nm
Line rate, code 1290 to 1330 nm
−3 to −12 dBm
0 dBm
−14 to 0 dBm
1530 to 1565 nm
−3 to −14 dBm
+2 dBm
0 to −14 dBm
Payload
* Test pattern without stuffing bits (Bulk O.181)
* Unframed DSn/PDH test pattern
* Framed and muxed DSn/PDH signals (refer to page 6)
Test pattern
* 215−1/ 223−1/ 231−1 (ITU and inverted),
* 16 bit user selectable word
* “Traffic” mode: the content of the containers is ignored thus allowing
analysis of live traffic.
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Background channels
Identically structured
Fill pattern independent from test pattern
* 215−1/ 223−1/ 231−1 (ITU and inverted),
* 16 bit user selectable word
Measurements
Error measurement SONET/SDH
Bit errors, FAS, B1, B2, MS-REI/REI-L, B3, HP-REI/REI-P, LP-BIP/BIPV, LP-REI/REI-V
All errors, count, ratio, seconds
Alarm detection SONET/SDH
SONET: LOS, SEF, LOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, LOP-P, AIS-P, RDI-P, UNEQ-P,
LOM, AIS-V, RDI-V, RFI, LOP-V, UNEQ-V, PDI-V, Pattern loss
SDH: LOS, OOF, LOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-LOP, AU-AIS, HP-RDI, HP-UNEQ,
TU-LOM, TU-AIS,LP-RDI, LP-RFI, TU-LOP, LP-UNEQ, Pattern loss
Resolution 100 ms
Event measurement DSn/PDH
Please refer to page 6, DSn/PDH testing.
Result display of errors and alarms
Numerical display
Count, ratio and seconds are displayed for each error, seconds are displayed for each alarm.
Tabular display
Display of all results with time stamps: start, stop, duration/count
Graphical display
Events are displayed as bar graphs versus time. Cursors allow for easy
identification and zooming-in on the results. Filters enable event selection. Time axis second, minute, hour
Measurement interval
The application can be started and stopped manually or automatically
with the use of a timer.
Measurement stop intervals are 1 min, 15 min, 1 h, 24 h, 72 h, 96 h or user
definable.
Service disruption test
The ONT-50 provides one of the most comprehensive Service Disruption Tests available.
In synchronous networks, Automatic Protection Switching (APS) is used
to switch traffic to backup links if faults occur. During the switch event
the service will be disrupted. Limits are defined and need to be checked
for this Service Disruption Time.
To analyze service disruption times, the ONT-50 generates a high-speed
event list as a result of all detected events.
Criteria to trigger service disruption test, selectable
SONET
Alarms Errors SDH
Alarms Errors Event resolution SEF, LOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, RDI-P, LOP-P,
FAS, B1, B2, REI-L, B3, REI-P, payload errors
OOF, LOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-AIS,HP-RDI, AU-LOP ,
FAS, B1, B2, MS-REI, B3, HP-REI, payload errors
frame based 125 µs
For troubleshooting, two independent sets of criteria may be defined to
trigger and store two events.
Separation time 1 ms to 60000 ms
Separation time starts at the end of the last event. Separation time is
used to determine if the following event is a continuation of the same
disruption (event occurs within separation time) or the start of the next
disruption (event occurs after separation time has elapsed).
Service disruption results are stored in a list with start/stop times and
duration.
The shortest, longest, and last disruptions are displayed as summary
results.
The threshold to identify a violation of allowed service disruption time is
1 ms to 60000 ms
In addition to the Service Disruption List, all base data events are stored
in a high-speed event list with time stamps. This allows for the tracking of
individual events caused by Service Disruptions.
Pointer analysis
• STS/AU and VT/TU pointer
• New value
• Count of increments, decrements, NDF
Message evaluation (TIM, PLM)
• J0, J1, J2:
programmable 16 and 64 byte ASCII sequence
TIM evaluation: expectation value editable as criterion for TIM
• C2, V5:
signal label clear text selection PLM
evaluation: expectation value editable as criterion for PLM
• J0, J1, J2, C2, V5:
clear text display
TOH/SOH and POH evaluation
• Manipulation and analysis of all accessible TOH/SOH and POH
overhead bytes (including K1/K2, C2, V5, J0/J1/J2)
• TOH/SOH and POH display
• K1, K2 and S1 are shown and may be set using clear text messages
Byte capture SOH/TOH
To analyze the SOH/TOH functions, it is necessary to capture individual
bytes vs. time, allowing detection of errors or short term changes with
frame level resolution. The capture function is started by a selectable trigger.
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Values for one/two selected bytes are stored and can be accessed subsequently in a table of values.
Particularly in capturing the APS sequences, bytes K1 and K2 are displayed in clear text.
Selectable bytes for SOH/TOH
Captured parameters
all bytes
byte value,number of frames and
correspondent time
Storage depth of one byte or K1/K2 combination
post trigger
pre trigger
Trigger conditions
Trigger events
up to 256 value changes
up to 256 value changes
pre, post, center
user defined byte value,
bit mask (compare, not compare, don’t care)
Performance monitoring
For SONET:
Evaluation of ES, EFS, SES, UAS and SEFS (GR 253, T1.231) ESA, ESB
For SDH:
Performance monitoring G.826
EB, BBE, ES, EFS, SES, and UAS are evaluated. PASS/FAIL assessments
based on line length allocation of 0.1 to 100%.
The SES and UAS thresholds are user-programmable. In-Service Measurement (ISM) of the near end and the far end of a selected path, as well
as out-of-service (OOS) measurements, are supported.
Performance monitoring G.828 and G.829
The G.828 defines error performance parameters for international synchro-nous paths.
EB, BBE, ES, EFS, SES, and UAS are evaluated. PASS/FAIL assessments
are based on a line length allocation of 0.1 to 100%.The SES and UAS
thresholds are user-programmable. The SEP can be switched off for
assessment.G.829 defines error performance events and block structures
for SDH multiplex and regenerator sections.
Event generation
Event generation DSn/PDH
Please refer to page 6, DSn/PDH testing.
Error insertion
Error types bit errors, random errors (after scrambling),
FAS, B1, B2, MS-REI/REI-L, B3,
HP-REI/REI-P, LP-BIP/BIP-V, LP-REI/REI-V
Triggering
Once
Error rate for
FAS
bit errors
random
all others minimum values
all errors
1 × 10−2 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−3 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−4 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−10
The maximum value ensures that all parity bits in all frames are affected.
Step size for mantissa
0, 1
Burst error
once and continuous
M errored frames followed by N error-free frames
All errors except random and bit error
Section and high order path M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
Low order path
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 500 µs to 32 s
Rate burst error
Defined error rate with additional burst time window
All errors except random and bit error
Parameters see under “error rate” and “burst”.
Alarm insertion
SONET: LOS, LOF, TIM-S, AIS-L, RDI-L, LOP-P, AIS-P, UNEQ-P, PLP-P, TIM-P,
PDI-P, LOM-V, AIS-V, UNEQ-V, PLM-V,TIM-V, RDI-V, RFI-V
SDH: LOS, LOF, RS-TIM, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-LOP, AU-AIS, HP-UNEQ,
HP-PLM,HP-TIM, HP-RDI, TU-LOM, TU-LOP, TU-AIS,
LP-UNEQ, LP-PLM, LP-TIM, LP-RDI, LP-RFI
Triggering
LOS
on/off
All others
on/off or bursts
Burst
once and continuous
M frames with alarm ON, N frames with alarm OFF
Section and high order path M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
Low order path
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 500 µs to 32 s
Pointer generation
• STS/AU and VT/TU pointer: Increment, decrement, new value
• Pointer sequences G.783 with programmable spacing
• Set new value and correspondent container offset
• Trigger: inc/dec single, periodical, alternating
Through mode
The received signal is looped through the module and re-transmitted.
The receiver signal may be monitored (as per ‘Measurements’) and events
may be included in the transmitted signal.
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Event injection
Error insertion
Errors B1, B2, FAS, REI-L/MS-REI, Random
Triggering: ones, rate, burst, rate burst as per error insertion in termination mode
Alarms LOS, LOF, AIS-L/MS-AIS, RDI-L/MS-RDI, AIS-P/AU-AIS,
LOP-P/AU-LOP
Triggering: on/off, burst as per alarm insertion in termination mode.
Error types Triggering PoS processing
Software option BN 3070/93.03.
The combined IP/PoSDH and IP/PoSONET book allows the user to
check the physical layer (SONET/SDH) as well as traffic in IP networks
with HDLC/PPP framing.
Signal Structure
SONET mappings with PoS
STS-1/3c/12c/48c/ (192c – 10G modules)
SDH mappings with PoS
AU-4: VC-4, VC-4-4c/16c/(64c– 10G modules)
AU-3: VC-3
Fill patterns
• HDLC/PPP like framing (RFC 1662)
• CISCO HDLC
PoS measurements
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•
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•
Traffic parameters on transmit side
Frame size, frame rate
Sustained bandwidth
Utilization
Traffic analysis on receive side
Frame rate, total frames received, analyzed test frames
Link bandwidth, link utilization
Average delay, delay variation
FCS error, invalid frame, lost packets
single
Error measurement
All errors count, ratio, duration
Alarm detection
Red, Yellow, LPAC duration
Resolution
100 ms
Results
Results are displayed in count and ratio and the summary result provides
clear GO/NOGO indication.
Data over SONET/SDH applications
Highlights EoS
•• High and Low order virtual concatenation up to 1 Gb/s service
•• VCG search for easy configuration of the receiver
•• Enhanced Differential Delay generation
•• Worldwide first tester with full LCAS emulation
•• LCAS protocol tracer for trouble finding
•• GFP framing and manipulation of GFP header
•• MAC framing of different types, Ethernet link layer and MAC
layer analysis
•• Complete interworking test solution NewSONET/SDH
with Ethernet in one unit
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Hardware modules
NewGen solution 2.5G
NewGen solution 10G
NewGen solution 2.5G, BN 3070/90.41 – 1 slot
NewGen solution 10G, BN 3070/90.45 – 2 slots
Tests supported
• Ethernet over SONET/SDH (page 12)
• Ethernet MAC (page 16)
• SONET/SDH (page 8)
• GFP-T processing (NewGen solution 2.5G only, page 17)
• PoS processing (software option, page 11)
General/interfaces
Please refer to hardware modules 2.5G and 10G (pages 7 and 8).
NewGen EoS interworking
BN 3070/90.42 – 2 slots
One of the key application for system verification is interworking of
NewSONET/SDH with Ethernet interfaces. Only with this combination
in one test equipment it is possible to evaluate all dependencies between
the transport and service interfaces.
The NewGen EoS interworking option consist of the NewGen solution
2.5G (BN 3070/90.41) plus the Mixed Ethernet modules (BN 3070/90.72,
page 18).
It supports all available functions for SONET/SDH, NewSONET/SDH
up to 2.5 Gb/s (including Ethernet traffic) as well as electrical and optical
Ethernet interfaces up to 1 Gb/s.
PoS is optionally available.
High order VCat
VC-4-7v, VC-3-21v (AU-3), VC-4, VC-3 (AU-3)
STS-3c-7v, STS-1-21v, STS-3c, STS-1
All members can be distributed in all channels of the SONET/SDH signal.
Low order VCat
VC-11-64v, VC-12-64v, VC-3-12v (AU-4), VC-3 (AU-4), VC-12, VC-11
VT-1.5-64v, VT-2-64v, VT-1.5, VT-2
All members can be distributed in up to 4× VC-4/STS-3c or up to 12×
VC-3/STS-1 of the SONET/SDH signal.
Group size is selectable from 1 to the maximum.
All path layer parameters including SQ number, overhead, errors, and
alarms are supported for every member of the VCG individually.
In the case of a group with one member standard VC and VCat can be
mixed for RX and TX.
VCG search utility
For the low order mappings, a search VCG utility lets you scan the selected physical signal structure to find a dedicated virtual concatenated
group. Filters help to determine the right group. The detected group can
be used for setting either the Rx, or the Rx & Tx signal structure, for further testing.
VCG search 10GVC is under study.
Sequence numbers generation
User programmable, per member, with LCAS disabled.
Sequence numbers are automatically assigned with LCAS enabled.
Sequence numbers evaluation
LCAS disabled
Expected sequence numbers are user programmable, per member. If
expected (ExSQ) and accepted (AcSQ) SQ numbers are not equal, a mismatch alarm is generated.
Sequence number mismatch defect
EoS (SONET/SDH) testing
Ethernet over SONET/SDH testing up to 2.5G is supported by
NewGen solution 2.5G
BN 3070/90.41
and NewGen EoS interworking
BN 3070/90.42.
SQM
LCAS enabled
Sequence number acceptance is in accordance with LCAS protocol rules
Error insertion
Error types Random, FAS, B1, B2, REI-L/MS-REI
EoS at 10G is supported by NewGen solution 10G,
BN 3070/90.45.
EoS testing includes all the associated topics addressed by the New
SONET/SDH technology including virtual concatenation (VCat), link
capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS), generic frame procedure (GFP),
and the generation and analysis of Ethernet frames.
Triggering
VCat – Virtual Concatenation
The maximum value ensures that all parity bits in all frames are affected.
Virtual concatenation implementation is in accordance with ITU-T
G.707, G.783, and ANSI T1.105-2001. One virtual concatenation group
(VCG) is supported, and the selectable mappings and group sizes are as
follows:
Once
Error rate for
FAS
bit errors
random
all others minimum values
all errors
1 × 10−2 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−3 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−4 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−10
Step size for mantissa
0, 1
Burst error
once and continuous
M errored frames followed by N error-free frames
All errors except random and bit error M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
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in
SONET/SDH
SONET/SDH
SONET/SDH
Cross connect
out
VC
VC
VC
VC
GFP
GFP
GFP
GFP
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
out
in
Performance
Compare
MAC
MAC
Link
Link
in
out
SONET/SDH
TOH/SOH and POH
Manipulation and analysis is provided for:
Ethernet
Ethernet over SONET/SDH interworking
Error insertion path
Error types Insertion
Minimum values
B3, REI-P/HP-REI,BIP-V/LP-BIP, REI-V/LP-REI
single or multiple member
1 × 10−10
The maximum value ensures that all parity bits in all frames are affected.
Step size for mantissa
0, 1
Burst error
once and continuous
M errored frames followed by N error-free frames
High order path M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
Low order path
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 500 µs to 32 s
Error analysis
All errors count, ratio and seconds
Errors are analyzed for all members and are shown both independently
and as group errors (e.g. GP-B3).
Alarm insertion
Alarm types
LOS, LOF, AIS-L/MS-AIS, RDI-L/MS-RDI
Triggering
LOS
All others
Burst
on/off
on/off or bursts
once and continuous
M frames with alarm ON, N frames with alarm OFF
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
Alarm insertion path
SONET:
SDH: Insertion
AIS-P, RDI-P, LOP-P, UNEQ-P, OOM2, OOM1,
AIS-V, RDI-V, LOP-V, UNEQ-V, PLM-P
AU-AIS, HP-RDI, AU-LOP, HP-UNEQ, OOM2, OOM1,
TU-AIS, LP-RDI, TU-LOP, LP-UNEQ, LP-PLM
single or multiple members
Triggering
All Burst
High order path Low order path
on/off or bursts
once and continuous
M frames with alarm ON, N frames with alarm OFF
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
M, N = 1 to 65535 or 500 µs to 32 s
Alarm analysis
All alarms are shown in seconds
Alarms are analyzed for all members and are shown independently and
as group alarms (e.g. GP-OOM1)
Alarms Additonal detected alarms SEF (SONET), OOF (SDH),
Loss of alignment (LOA)
Loss of multi frame (per member) (LOM)
Out of multi frame (per member) (OOM1), (OOM2)
as inserted above
• All accessible TOH/SOH bytes
• POH bytes of all members independent
• Traces J0, J1, J2 in clear text
J1, J2 of all members independently
• Sync status (S1) in clear text
• The signal label (C2, V5) and the extended signal label (K4, Z7) of all
members are independently in clear text.
Background channels
All background channels have the same pattern.
Fill patterns
223−1, 231−1, 16 bit user selectable word
Enhanced differential delay generation
Delay value, of every member, can be set independently
High order VCat
Range, programmable Granularity Pointer rate
0 to 100 ms
N × 125 µs (MFI) + M × 0.16 µs (Ptr)
8 to 2000 1/s
Low order VCat
VC-3 Granularity Pointer rate (VC-3)
VC-11/-12, VT-1.5 /-2
Granularity Pointer rate
0 to 100 ms
N × 125 µs (MFI) + M × 0.16 µs (Ptr)
8 to 2000 1/s
0 to 256 ms
N × 500 µs + M × 4.8 µs (Ptr)
2 to 500 1/s
Three modes are available to set the delays.
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Direct mode
Delay values are set manually on a per member basis. At the click of a button, delays are applied instantly for all group members in parallel. Service
is disrupted temporarily.
This mode is useful to simulate the effect of APS actions.
Pointer mode
Delay values are set manually on a per member basis. At the click of a button, instrument starts to perform pointer movements until programmed
delay is set for each group member. Pointer movements for all group
members are executed in parallel. Pointer rate is user programmable. No
service disruption occurs.
This mode is useful to simulate the effects of delay wander.
This is an automatic stress test mode. In an endless loop, sets of automatically generated delay values are generated and auto-applied using pointer
mode. A programmable waiting time is inserted between sets of delay
values. Pointer rate is user programmable. Delay value sets are generated
by a random number generator. User programmable random number
generator speed allows true random, as well as reproducible pseudo random operation. This mode requires no user interaction.
This mode is useful for automatic reassembler test.
Differential delay analysis
Parallel measurement, of differential delay, provided for each group
member. Calculation of differential delay provided for entire group.
Results provided for all members and groups, differential delay in ms
256 ms
128 ms
256 ms
Pointer analysis
• STS/AU pointer values of all members
• Counts of increment, decrement and NDFs
• VT/TU pointer analysis functionality is to be determined
Link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS)
LCAS implementation is in accordance with ITU-T G.7042, G.707, and
ANSI T1.105.02-2001
The functionality encompasses:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Emulation of state machines for source and sink
Monitoring of LCAS control packets (H4, K4/Z7)
Generation and evaluation of control packets
Generation and evaluation of member status information
Source reacts automatically to received member status
Full manual control of state machines supported
Full trace of all changes in the protocol communication
Source state machine control (per member )
Direct command
ADD, REMOVE, ADD ALL, REMOVE ALL
Overwrite received member status
OK, FAIL, AUTO
Force re-sequence acknowledge
Rx RS-Ack
MSU timer supported
Sink state machine control (per member )
Stress mode
Measurement range (HO- and LO-VCat) Reassembly range (HO-VCat and VC-3-Nv (AU-4)) Reassembly range (LO-VCat) LCAS protocol emulation
An LCAS source state machine is implemented for every member of the
Tx VCG. An LCAS sink state machine is implemented for every member of the Rx VCG. The ONT-506/-512 provides state machine control as
well as state machine monitoring capabilities. LCAS protocol emulation
can be disabled. With LCAS disabled, FIXED control packets are generated (all H4/K4/Z7 byte information is zero except sequence number and
multiframe indicators).
Direct command
ADD, REMOVE, ADD ALL, REMOVE ALL
Overwrite generated member status
FAIL, AUTO
Force re-sequence acknowledge
Tx RS-Ack
Force member status alarm MSU
Source state machine monitoring (per member )
Transmitted sequence number
Received re-sequence acknowledge
Count
Following commands are shown in clear text:
Machine state
Transmitted control word
Received member status
IDLE, ADD, NORM, DNU, REMOVE
ADD, NORM, EOS, IDLE, DNU
OK, FAIL
Sink state machine monitoring (per member )
Sink monitoring information is analyzed after differential delay compensation.
Received sequence number
Transmitted re-sequence acknowledge
Count
Following commands are shown in clear text:
Machine state
Received control word
Received alarms IDLE, FAIL, OK
ADD, NORM, EOS, IDLE, DNU, FIXED
LOC, MSU, FOP CRC, NON LCAS
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LCAS defects and alarms
Error insertion
Source
Loss of transport capacity
Loss of partial transport capacity
Loss of total transport capacity
TxLOC
TxLOPC
TxLOTC
Core header Payload type header Linear frame header Payload FCS single and multiple bit error
single and multiple bit error
single and multiple bit error
single bit error
Alarm insertion
Sink
Loss of transport capacity
Loss of partial transport capacity
Loss of total transport capacity
Failure of protocol excessive CRC errors
RxLOC
RxLOPC
RxLOTC
FOP_CRC
Loss of frame delineation
Client signal fail type (LOCS, LOCCS) selectable with PTI/UPI
CSF frame period
LFD
CSF
500 ms
LCAS state tracer
In the emulation mode and in the monitoring mode the LCAS State
Tracer traces each change in the LCAS control packet for all members
indepent if sent or received. This allows e.g. to verify the response time to
an add command.
The trace can be started manually.
All changes are displayed separate for source or sink in a dedicated view.
All changes are traced with event and accurate timestamp
Receiver GFP frame filter
On Rx, filtering based on type header fields, is performed.
The filter criteria are reference values and bit masks. Only error free
frames, matching the reference value and bit masks, are forwarded to
MAC layer processing.
Core, payload, and extension header error detection as well as error correction are supported.
Reference values of parameters payload type and extension header settings are programmable.
GFP-F – Generic Frame Procedure (framed)
Error detection
The GFP functionality provides Ethernet MAC encapsulation and
mapping/de-mapping of GFP to SONET/SDH virtual concatenation.
Implementation is in accordance with ITU-T G.7041, G.707, and ANSI
T1.105.02-2001 GFP-F (frame mapped Ethernet).
Alarm detection
Event accuracy
1 ms and frame based
Generation and analysis of GFP frame types
GFP traffic generation and analysis
Core header processing
Payload type header processing
Frame based Ethernet MAC frame encapsulation
Error and alarm processing
Frame types Evaluation Idle, client data with/without linear frame,
client data with/without FCS, CSF
count, ratio
Online view of payload type and extension header values.
Traffic profile
72 to 65539 bytes
0 to max. 1 Gb/s
Details see chapter Ethernet MAC layer.
Payload type header settings
PTI
Client data or client management frame
PFI
FCS off/on
EXI
Null extension header or linear frame or ring frame
UPI (client data)
clear text selection acc. to ITU-T G.7041
UPI (client management)
loss of client signal (LOCS) and
loss of client character synchronization (LOCCS)
Linear extension header settings
CID and Spare editable
LFD, CSF
duration
GFP frame detection
GFP traffic generation
Frame size
Bandwidth dependent on VCat
Core header single,
Payload type header single & multiple,
Linear frame single & multiple and payload FCS
count, ratio, duration
Alarm types
Evaluation The functionality encompasses:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Error types Evaluation 00 to FF
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GFP traffic analysis
Tx total bandwidth dependent on VCat Tx total utilization
Rx total bandwidth dependent on VCat Rx total utilization
Error insertion
0 Mb/s to max. 1 Gb/s
0 to 100%
0 Mb/s to max. 1 Gb/s
0 to 100%
Ethernet MAC layer testing
The EoS and Ethernet book support the following Ethernet frame formats:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ethernet II frames (ISO/IEC 8802-3)
IEEE 802.3 frames
IEEE 802.2 (LLC) frames
SNAP frames
VLAN tagged frames
Double tagged VLAN frames.
Error type Evaluation In range, runt, Oversized, FCS, jabber, Errored, lost packets
count, ratio, duration
MAC payload modes
• JDSU test frame. The content is necessary for evaluation of lost packets and transfer delay
• BER with 223−1, 231−1, 32 bit user selectable word
• Live traffic for Rx, suppressing evaluation of the MAC payload content.
MAC traffic generation
Traffic profiles constant, burst
Generator modes
once, continuous
Frame size
64 to 1518/1522 bytes
Oversized (jumbo)
max. 65 kB
Bandwidth
0 to max. 1 Gb/s
Inter packet gap (IPG) minimum
editable from 3 to 12
Back-to-back frames
on/off
enables maximum bandwidth by forcing the traffic to minimum IPG
Constant mode
0.1 Mb/s to max. 1 Gb/s
Burst mode
Peak bandwidth
Sustained bandwidth
Burst size
Frames per shot (once)
Receiver MAC frame filter
Filtering, based on source and destination address information, is performed.
The filter criteria are reference values and bit masks. Only error free
frames matching the reference value and bit masks are forwarded to network performance evaluation. Reference values for parameters as per
“MAC frame settings” are programmable.
Error detection
Measurement overview
• Throughput/lost packets
• Transfer delay/latency
• Connectivity
• Flow control
• Traffic analysis/utilization
• Error and alarm analysis
Bandwidth
Error type
Oversized, Runt, Jabber,FCS, Alignment
(for 1 G otpical Ethernet: Alignment only valid, Runt not valid)
Triggering
Once, continuous, burst once, burst cont.,
rate, rate burst once, rate burst cont.
Rate
1E-4 to 1E-8
Bursts
N for units ON, M for units OFF
N and M
1 frame up to 262143 frames
0.1 Mb/s to max. 1 Gb/s
0.1 to 100%
1 to 65 k frames
1 to 65 k
Note: Actual maximum bandwidth can be below the stated value depending on port type,
mapping, and group size. The ONT-506/-512 is capable of generating 100 % load for every
combination of port type, mapping, and group size.
MAC frame settings
MAC frame parameters can be set to specific values depending on the
selected Ethernet frame type
Header types Value
VLAN types Tag protocol identifier (TPI),
Tag control information priority, TCI-VLAN identifier
LLC header Destination service access point DSAP,
Source service access point SSAP
LLC/SNAP header Protocol type, Organizational unique identifier,
Payload error insertion
Error type
Trigger
lost frame or bit error
once
Network performance
Error type Lost packets or bit error
Evaluation count, ratio, duration
Alarm type LPAC (Loss of Performance Assessment Capability)
(active if higher layer alarm or no valid traffic for 10 s)
Evaluation duration
Transfer delay integrated, current 0 to 42.9 s
Transfer delay variation integrated, current 0 to 42.9 s
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MAC frame statistics
Software option GFP-T processing BN 3070/93.08
Total MAC traffic
Total, good, broadcast, multicast, VLAN tagged, VLAN double tagged,
paused
FCoS testing is supported by the NewGen solution 2.5G, BN 3070/90.41
and NewGen EOS interworking , BN 3070/90.42.
FCoS testing contains all topics related to test Fibre Channel services over
SONET/SDH. The following technologies are addressed: Virtual concatenation (VCAT), generic framing procedure (GFP),GFP-T and the
handling of the PRBS and Fibre Channel (FC) service simulation.
Analysis
count, rate
Filtered MAC traffic
MAC bandwidth
Frame rate
Frames
Mb/s
kb/s
count
MAC layer flow control (PAUSE)
Instrument responses to received PAUSE frames as specified by IEEE
802.3 (2002).
Supported duplex mode full duplex
Receiver
PAUSE frame evaluation count, rate, current PAUSE quanta
Generator
Generator reaction to received
PAUSE frames switch on/off
Generated Alarm PAUSED
In case of Ethernet over SONET/SDH
the quanta time value is selected related to these values
10 Mb/s,
100 Mb/s,
1000 Mb/s
VCat – Virtual Concatenation
Virtual concatenation implementation is in accordance with ITU-T
G.707, G.783, and ANSI T1.105-2001. One virtual concatenation group
(VCG) is supported, and the selectable mappings and group sizes are as
follows:
High order VCat
VC-4-7v, VC-3-21v (AU-3)
STS-3c-7v, STS-1-21v
Group size is selectable from 1 to the maximum.
All path layer parameters including SQ number, overhead, errors, and
alarms are supported for every member of the VCG individually.
Sequence numbers generation
User programmable, per member.
Highlights GFP-T processing
Sequence numbers evaluation
Expected sequence numbers are user programmable, per member. If
expected (ExSQ) and accepted (AcSQ) SQ numbers are not equal, a mismatch alarm is generated.
•• Extensive CRC-16 error insertion capability
Sequence number mismatch defect
•• Capture of superblock
Error insertion
GFP-T processing
•• Programmable service sequences
Error types SQM
Random, FAS, B1, B2, REI-L/MS-REI
Triggering
Once
Error rate for
FAS
bit errors
random
all others minimum values
all errors
1 × 10−2 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−3 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−4 to 1 × 10−10
1 × 10−10
The maximum value ensures that all parity bits in all frames are affected.
Step size for mantissa
0, 1
Burst error
once and continuous
M errored frames followed by N error-free frames
All errors except random and bit error M, N = 1 to 65535 or 125 µs to 8 s
Error insertion path
Error types Insertion
Triggering all errors B3, REI-P/HP-REI, BIP-V/LP-BIP, REI-V/LP-REI
single member or multiple members
single
Error analysis
All errors count, ratio and seconds
Errors are analyzed for all members and are shown both independently
and as group errors (e.g. GP-B3)
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Alarm insertion
Pointer mode
Alarm types
Triggering LOS, LOF, AIS-L/MS-AIS, RDI-L/MS-RDI
on/off
Alarm insertion path
SONET:
SDH: Insertion
Triggering AIS-P, RDI-P, LOP-P, UNEQ-P, OOM2, OOM1,
AIS-V, RDI-V, LOP-V, UNEQ-V, PLM-P
AU-AIS, HP-RDI, AU-LOP, HP-UNEQ, OOM2, OOM1,
TU-AIS, LP-RDI, TU-LOP, LP-UNEQ, LP-PLM
single member or multiple members
on/off
Alarm analysis
All alarms are shown in seconds
Alarms are analyzed for all members and are shown independently and
as group alarms (e.g. GP-OOM1)
Alarms Additonal detected alarms Loss of alignment Loss of multi frame (per member)
Out of multi frame 1 (per member)
Out of multi frame 2 (per member)
as inserted above
SEF (SONET), OOF (SDH),
LOA
LOM
OOM1
OOM2
TOH/SOH and POH
Manipulation and analysis is provided for:
• All accessible TOH/SOH bytes
• POH bytes of all members independent
• Traces J0, J1, J2 in clear text
J1, J2 of all members independently
• Sync status (S1) in clear text
• The signal label (C2) of all members is independently in clear text.
Background channels
All background channels have the same pattern.
Fill patterns
223−1, 231−1, 16 bit user selectable word
Enhanced differential delay generation
Delay value, of every member, can be set independently
High order VCat
Range, programmable Granularity Pointer rate
0 to 100 ms
N × 125 µs (MFI) + M × 0.16 µs (Ptr)
8 to 2000 1/s
Three modes are available to set the delays.
Direct mode
Delay values are set manually on a per member basis. At the click of a button, delays are applied instantly for all group members in parallel. Service
is disrupted temporarily.
This mode is useful to simulate the effect of APS actions.
Delay values are set manually on a per member basis. At the click of a button, instrument starts to perform pointer movements until programmed
delay is set for each group member. Pointer movements for all group
members are executed in parallel. Pointer rate is user programmable. No
service disruption occurs.
This mode is useful to simulate the effects of delay wander.
Stress mode
This is an automatic stress test mode. In an endless loop, sets of automatically generated delay values are generated and auto-applied using pointer
mode. A programmable waiting time is inserted between sets of delay
values. Pointer rate is user programmable. Delay value sets are generated
by a random number generator. User programmable random number
generator speed allows true random, as well as reproducible pseudo random operation. This mode requires no user interaction.
This mode is useful for automatic reassembler test.
Differential delay analysis
Parallel measurement, of differential delay, provided for each group
member. Calculation of differential delay provided for entire group.
Results provided for all members and groups, diff. delay in ms
Measurement range Reassembly range 256 ms
128 ms
Pointer analysis
• STS/AU pointer values of all members
• Counts of increment, decrement and NDFs
GFP-T Generic Framing Procedure
GFP-T is used to transport time sensitive services over the SONET/
SDH network. The main service is Fibre Channel. The option provides
the GFP-T mapper and demapper as well as the encapsulation of PRBS
pattern and Fibre Channel service simulation. The implementation is
according G.7041-Y.1303.
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Error detection and correction of single and double errors
Service jitter
Adjustable service offset
Superblock programming with adaptation to the service bandwidth
Insertion of client management frames
Mapping/demapping of PRBS payload
Mapping/demapping of some service structures
GFP traffic generation
Traffic profile with a bandwidth from 200 Baud up to 1062 Baud.
Payload type header settings
PTI Client data or client management frame
PFI FCS off/on
EXI Null extension header or linear frame or ring frame
UPI (client data)
clear text selection acc. to ITU-T G.7041
UPI (client management)
loss of client signal (LOCS) and
loss of client character synchronization (LOCCS)
Linear extension header settings
CID and Spare editable 00 to FF
Core header Payload type header Linear frame header
FCS single and multiple bit error
single and multiple bit error
single andmultiple bit error
single-bit error
Alarm insertion
Loss of Frame Delineation LFD
Client signal fail CSF enable/disable
repeated code, user-defined sequenze, quasi random,
quasi fibre channel frame structure
Receiver GFP frame filter
On Rx, filtering based on type header fields is performed. The filter criteria are reference values and bit masks. Core, payload, and extension
header error detection as well as error correction are supported. Frame
delta is programmable.
Reference values of parameters payload type and extension header settings are programmable.
Error detection
Error types Evaluation core header single, payload type header single & multiple,
linear frame single & multiple, Payload FCS
count, ratio, duration
Alarm detection
Alarm types Evaluation LFD, CSF
duration
CSF type (LOCS, LOCCS) selectable with PTI/UPI
frame period 500 ms
Programmable amount of superblocks per Frame Transmitted superblock
up to 977
count
CRC16 generation
idle, client data with/without linear frame,
client data with/without FCS, CSF
count, ratio
Online view of payload type and extension header values.
Measure number of superblock per frame count
Total superblock received
count, ratio
Good superblock received
count, ratio, rate
Bad superblock received
count, ratio, rate
Superblock capture
4 blocks
Trigger condition
any, any CRC-16-error,
correctable CRC-16 , uncorrectable CRC-16
Display in hexadecimal
CRC16 analysis
Generation of CRC-16 error
Insertion point pre and post scrambler
Insertion mode
Single fixed, walking pattern,
uncorrectable and error vector
Repetition rate Once, rate, continuously, burst once, burst consciously
Service rate
Generation of service bit rate
Generation service offset Transmitted spare bandwidth Transmitted count Frame types Evaluation Superblock analysis
Selfadapting and verification superblocks per frame
Transparent specific
Superblock generation
FC full pipe, FC full speed, FC half speed,
FC quarter speed, ESCON and DVB-ASI
± 250 ppm
absolute (Mb/s), relative(ppm)
all codes, D-codes and K-codes
10B_ERR generation
once, rate, continuous, burst once, burst continuous
Error correction enable, disable
Correction mode
auto mode, single, double error with 43 spacing
Evaluation of correctable, uncorrectable, total errors count, ratio
Service bandwidth measurement
Client bandwidth
Spare bandwidth Total codes received
D-codes received
K-codes received
65B_Pad codes received
10B_ERR codes received
K28.5 codes received
D-pattern
231−1, 223−1, digital word
single
absolute and relative
absolute and relative
count, ratio
count, ratio
count ratio
count, ratio
count, ratio
count, ratio
10B_ERR evaluation
Evaluation
PRBS service generation (D & K-pattern)
PRBS pattern
Error insertion Transmission
Pattern mode
GFP frame detection
Error insertion
Insertion rate
K-pattern
count, rate
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Hardware modules
PRBS service evaluation (D & K-pattern)
D-codes
PRBS evaluation
231−1, 223−1, digital word
Error detection
Bit error
count, ratio,duration
Alarm detection
Loss of D-code synch. evaluation
duration
K-codes
Evaluation of the transmitted sequence
Alarm detection
Loss of K-code synch. evaluation
duration
SONET/SDH/PoS testing
These tests are also running on the NewGen modules. Please refer to this
section on pages 8 and 11.
Ethernet applications
Highlights Ethernet
•• Ethernet interfaces for 1 Gb/s optical and 10/100/1000 Mb/s
twisted pair
•• Flexible error insertion on physical and MAC layer
•• TDR for the copper interfaces
•• Programmable auto-negotiation
•• Complete interworking test solution NewSONET/SDH with
Ethernet in one unit
Ethernet module 10/100/1000M
BN 3070/90.71 – 1 slot
Together with the NewGen Solution 2.5G, the Ethernet Module
10/100/1000M provides efficient interworking test of NewSONET/SDH
network elements. The Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M provides independent traffic load at 4 twisted pair ports up to 1 Gb/s. In addition, the
module can be used for end to end testing for connectivity and Ethernet
transparency.
Interface specifications
Compliant Number of ports
Interfaces – independently
settable per port
Duplex modes 1000BASE-T 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX Auto polarity correction Data rates Connectors IEEE 802.3 (2002)
4
10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T
full duplex
full duplex, half duplex
all pairs, all interface types
10, 100, 1000 Mb/s
RJ-45
Port wiring
Manual setting Auto MDI, MDIX
Auto-MDIX, all interface types
Clocks
Clock accuracy and synchronization from external signal: See clock specifications of ONT-50 mainframe
Tx offset Tx offset resolution 1000BASE-T Slave mode
Rx offset acceptance
± 120 ppm
0.1 ppm
Tx is locked to Rx,no Tx offset possible.
± 200 ppm
Tx reference clock output
Nominal frequencies
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
1000BASE-T
Pulling range Signal level Impedance Connector type 2.5 MHz
25 MHz
125 MHz
± 120 ppm
≥ 300 mVpp
AC coupled 50 Ω
SMA
Rx recovered clock output
Nominal frequency
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
1000BASE-T
Pulling range Signal level Impedance Connector type 2,5 MHz
25 MHz
125 MHz
± 200 ppm
≥ 300 mVpp
AC coupled 50 Ω
SMA
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Cable status/test
The status of the connected cable is shown in service.
Estimated cable length
Port wiring, polarity, skew
Generator
for 1000 only
all rates
Time Domain Reflectometer
It is an accurate cable length measurement for fault location to determine where it runs out of service.
For Link and MAC measurement details see Ethernet testing section
(page 19).
Mixed Ethernet module
BN 3070/90.72 – 1 slot
The Mixed Ethernet Module provides two optical ports for 1G and two
electrical ports for 10/100/1000M. For detailed specifications please refer
to the “Ethernet Module 1G” and “Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M” sections.
Ethernet module 1G
BN 3070/90.73 – 1 slot
Together with the NewGen Solution 2.5G, the Ethernet Module 1G provides efficient interworking test of NewSONET/SDH network elements.
The Ethernet Module 1G provides independent traffic load at 4 ports, up
to 1 Gb/s. In addition, the module can be used for end to end testing for
connectivity and Ethernet transparency.
Interface specifications
Compliant Number of ports
Interfaces – can be mixed Duplex mode Data rate Coding scheme Plugables IEEE 802.3 (2002)
4
1000BASE-SX (850 nm)
1000BASE-LX (1310 nm)
other interfaces on request
full duplex
1000 Mb/s
8B/10B
SFPs
Module accepts SFPs compliant to the “Small Form Factor Plugable Transceiver Multi-Source
Agreement (SFP)” – Sept. 14th, 2000
Operating Modes Terminate and Through (two operating modes)
Minimal intrusive through mode is useful for monitoring. Data is looped
through at the 8B/10B code word level. Tx clock is locked to Rx.
Optical SFP transceiver plug-in modules
The Ethernet interface uses SFP plug-in modules. Therefore, optical
parameters and connector types depend on the SFPs. JDSU supplied
SFPs have LC connectors. Optical parameters given in the ONT-50 datasheet are valid for JDSU supplied SFPs only.
Wavelength SX Output level Fiber SX
Wavelength LX Output level Fiber LX
850 nm
−9.5 to −4.0 dBm
multi mode 50/62.5 µm
1310 nm
−9 to −3 dBm
single mode
Receiver
Wavelength range SX Sensitivity Wavelength range LX Sensitivity 770 to 860 nm
−3 to −17 dBm
1100 to 1600 nm
−3 to −20 dBm
Optical power measurement
The optical power measurement is supported for SFPs compliant to
SFF‑8472 Rev. 9.3 “Specification for Diagnostics Monitoring Interface
for Optical Xcvrs”, August, 1 2002. The measurement range and accuracy
depends on the SFP used.
Clocks
Clock accuracy and synchronization from external signal: See clock
specifications of ONT-50 mainframe
Tx clock mode
Tx offset Tx offset resolution Rx offset acceptance and measurement
Rx offset measurement resolution
internal, recovered
± 120 ppm
0.1 ppm
± 200 ppm
1 ppm
Tx reference clock output
Nominal frequency Pulling range Signal level Impedance Connector type 125 MHz
± 120 ppm
≥ 300 mVpp
AC coupled 50 Ω
SMA
Rx recovered clock output
Nominal frequency Pulling range Signal level Impedance Connector type 62,5 MHz
± 200 ppm
≥ 300 mVpp
AC coupled 50 Ω
SMA
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Link error and alarm generation (1000BASE-X)
Ethernet testing
Ethernet Module 1G Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M Mixed Ethernet Module BN 3070/90.73,
BN 3070/90.71,
BN 3070/90.72
Link layer testing (physical)
Auto-negotiation and link control
The instrument supports auto-negotiation for all types of Ethernet interfaces. Implementation is conforming to IEEE 802.3 (2002).
Link control:
Tx ignore link status (forces transmitter to ignore link status).
Auto-negotiation control:
Manual restart (forces re-negotiation)
on/off
on/off
Error types Triggering
Rates
Bursts
Alarm types
invalid code group, running disparity, bit errors
line errored frame, false carrier
once, rate, continuous,random, burst once,
burst continuous,rate burst once, rate burst continuous
(running disparity only single)
1E−3 to 1E−10
N for units ON, M for units OFF
N and M depending on error bits or frames
lower limit and upper limit depending on error
loss of signal, loss of synchronization
Link error monitoring (1000BASE-X)
Error types Evaluation
invalid code group, running disparity error,
error propagation (/V/), Link down, line error frame,
loss of synchronization eventFalse carrier
count, ratio, duration
Auto-negotiation advertised capabilities (1000BASE-X)
Link alarm generation (1000BASE-X)
Advertised capabilities are user settable
Alarm types
loss of signal, loss of synchronization
Triggering
continuous, burst once, burst continuous
Bursts
N for ON in time, M for OFF in time, N and M: 1 to 10000 ms
Flow control
Remote fault encoding
None, asymmetric, symmetric, both
no error, offline, link failure,
auto-negotiation error
Auto-negotiation advertised capabilities (twisted pair interface)
Advertised capabilities are user settable:
Speed and duplex mode 1000BASE-T FDX, 100BASE-TX FDX,
100BASE-TX HDX, 10BASE-T FDX, 10BASE-T HDX
Flow control
none, asymmetric, symmetric, both
Remote fault
no error, error
Auto-negotiation status
Status
auto-negotiation in progress, auto-negotiation fail,
Evaluation
duration
State machine status
current state
Auto-negotiation link partner advertised capabilities
(1000BASE‑X)
The following link partner advertised capabilities are indicated:
Flow control
Remote fault encoding
Duplex mode
Next page capability
none, asymmetric, symmetric, both
no error,offline, link failure,
auto-negotiation error
full-duplex, half-duplex
yes/no
Auto-negotiation link partner advertised capabilities (twisted pair
interface)
The following link partner advertised capabilities are indicated:
Speed and duplex mode 1000BASE-T FDX, 100BASE-TX FDX,
100BASE-TX HDX, 10BASE-T FDX, 10BASE-T HDX
Flow control
none, asymmetric, symmetric, both
Remote fault
no error, error
Link status monitoring (1000BASE-X)
Alarm types
Evaluation
Transceiver related alarms
loss of signal, loss of synchronization,
link down, Rx clock out of range
duration
no SFP, Tx fault,
Tx loss of timing information
Link error generation (twisted pair interface)
Error types
Trigger
Rate
Burst
dribble, line errored frame
once, rate, continuous,burst once, burst continuous,
rate burst once, rate burst continuous
1E-4 to 1E-8
N for ON, M for OFF in frames, N and M: 1 to 262143
Link error monitoring (twisted pair interface)
Error types
Evaluation
Rx line error, link down event, false carrier,
line errroed frames, dribble frames
count, rate, duration (link down event no ratio),
false carrier rate
Link alarm generation (twisted pair)
Alarm type
Trigger
Burst
link down
continuous, burst once, burst continuous
N for ON, M for OFF, N and M: 10 to 10000 ms
Link status monitoring
Alarm type
Evaluation
link down, remote fault,
local Rx bad, remote Rx bad,mode change
duration
Link bandwidth and utilization measurement
Rx total link bandwidth Rx total link utilization Tx total link bandwidth Tx total link utilization 0 to maximum
0 to 100%
0 to maximum
0 to 100%
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MAC layer testing
For Ethernet MAC layer generation and analysis see the Ethernet MAC
layer chapter in the EoS testing section (page 19).
OTN module 10/10.7G – 1550 nm
OTN module 10/10.7G-B – 1550 nm
OTN module 10/10.7G-B – 1310 nm
OTN applications
Hardware option
BN 3070/90.30, BN 3070/90.32, BN 3070/90.33 – 2 slots each
Highlights OTN
Tests supported
• SONET/SDH 10 Gb/s (page 8)
• OTU-2 (page 24)
• PoS (optional, page 11)
• Jitter/wander for versions -B (optional)
•• Advanced FEC generation
•• FEC stress testing
•• Support of all 6 TCM layers
•• Error stress testing with BIP masks and editable BEI values
•• OH byte sequencer and recorder
General
Line rate Line code 10.709 Gb/s, 9.953 Gb/s
scrambled NRZ
Clock generator
Clock accuracy and synchronization from external signal: see clock
specifications of ONT-50 mainframe
± 50 ppm
0.1 ppm
Selectable clock offset Step size Optical interfaces
The interface meets the requirements of ITU-T G.691/GR.253
Generator
Wavelength (BN 3070/90.30, BN 3070/90.32)
Wavelength (BN 3070/90.33)
Output level 1550 nm
1310 nm
−3 to +2 dBm
Receiver
Hardware modules
OTN module 2.5/2.7G
Hardware option BN 3070/90.17 – 1 slot
Tests supported
• SONET/SDH 52 Mb/s to 2.5 Gb/s (page 8)
• OTU-1 (page 24)
• PoS (optional, page 11)
General interfaces
Please refer to hardware modules 2.5/2.7G (page 7)
Wavelength range Broadband sensitivity
Max. input power (destructive power) Measuring optical input power
1260 to 1620 nm
−3 to −14 dBm
+2 dBm
−14 to 0 dBm
Generator eye clock signal
Bit rates Output level 622 MHz , 669 MHz
sinusoidal 200 mVpp
Electrical interfaces (only version B)
for BN 3070/90.32, BN 3070/90.33
Impedance Connector type AC coupled 50 Ω
SMA
Generator data signal
Bit rates, code
Output level 9.953 Gb/s, 10.709 Gb/s, scrambled NRZ
>200 mVpp
Generator clock signal
Bit rates Output level 9.953 GHz, 10.709 GHz
>200 mVpp
Receiver data signal
Bit rates, code
Input level 9.953 Gb/s, 10.709 Gb/s, scrambled NRZ
100 to 600 mVpp
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OTN testing
Client offset – stuffing
The OTN application runs on the OTN modules 2.5/2.7G (OTU1) and
10/10.7G (OTU-2) and allows generation and analysis of OTN signals.
Detailed parameters can be manipulated and evaluated in different OTN
levels. Its payload supports both framed SONET/SDH and unframed clients. The test set provides signal analysis and manipulation (alarm, error,
overhead), Forward Error Correction (FEC) generation and analysis
as well as in depth FEC error testing. In addition to this, the full analysis
capabilities of SDH and SONET are available for OTN client analysis.
The asynchronous SONET and SDH client offset can be adjusted within
the ± 65 ppm range and the stuffing rate of the client can thus be manipulated.
OTU1 and OTU2 generation
Error types
Random, FAS, MFAS, FEC
SM BIP-8, SM BEI, PM BIP-8, PM BEI
FECuncorr., FEC corr., FECstress, FECadv.
TCMi BIP-8, TCMi BEI (i = 1 to 6)
Content of overhead bytes (frame alignment/OTU/ODU/OPU)
• All bytes statically programmable except MFAS, SM BIP-8, PM
BIP-8, TCM1...6 BIP-8
• Additional possibilities for SM TTI, PM TTI, TCM1...6 TTI (Trail
Trace Identifier):
– Sequence consisting of the SAPI (16 bytes),
– DAPI (16 bytes) and the operator specific field (32 bytes).
• User designed Payload Structure Identifier (PSI) and payload type
identifier clear text
• One OH byte can be selected for a freely defined sequence of
16/32/64/128/256 bytes
• FTFL free definable forward/backward (FW/BW) fault indication
and operator identifier
OPU client signals
• OTU-1: OC-48/STM-16 signal internally generated
Generation see chapter SDH and SONET testing.
• OTU-2: OC-192/STM-64 signal internally generated
Generation see chapter SDH and SONET testing.
• PRBS 2 31−1 inv./non-inv., PRBS 2 23−1 inv./non-inv.
• Digital word 16 bit free programmable
• Null client
The OTU FEC field
This field contains the FEC values calculated according to the Reed-Solomon (255,239) algorithm.
Error insertion
Triggering
Single Ratio Burst once Burst continuous Burst error
all errors except FEC
random 1E−3 to 1E−10
all errors except random, FECstress
all errors except random
M frames errors, N frames non-errored,
M and N = 0 to 2E9
BIP masks
The position and number of bit errors in the bytes can be selected.
Valid for SM BIP8, PM BIP8, TCMi BIP8 (i = 1 to 6)
BEI value
To stress the BEI evaluation of the DUT receiver the BEIs can be set to
values 0 to 15. Valid for SM BEI, PM BEI, TCMi BEI (i = 1 to 6)
FEC error insertion modes
• FECcorrectable, FECuncorrectable
• FECstress:
This extremely helpful function allows maximum stress tests within
short time frames. The maximum possible number of errors that the
device under test (DUT) should still be able to correct is inserted into
the OTU frame.
All bit positions of a frame are affected within 2 seconds.
FECadvanced
FECadvanced allows the user to define a detailed position for error insertion in the OTU frame. Correction capability testing below and above the
correction limit can be performed.
Selectable parameters: row, subrow, errored bytes per subrow,
start position in subrow, byte error mask
Alarm generation
LOS, LOF, LOM, OOF, OOM, OTU-AIS, ODU-AIS, ODU-OCI,
ODU‑LCK, SM BDI, SM IAE, SM BIAE, PM-BDI, FW-SD, FW-SF, BWSD, BW-SF, TCMi-BDI, TCMi-BIAE (i = 1 to 6)
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Error types
Triggering
Continuously Burst once and Burst continuous
Burst alarms
all alarms
all errors except LOS, LOF,
OOF, OOM, SD, SF
M frames with alarm, N frames no alarm,
M and N = 0 to 2E9
Through mode
The received signal is looped through the ONT-50 and retransmitted
without termination of alarms and errors. All alarms, errors and traces
of the received signal can be monitored on the client signal and on the
wrapper level.
OTU1 and OTU2 analyzer
Overhead evaluation (frame alignment/OTU/ODU/OPU)
• Display of the complete overhead
• SM TTI, PM TTI, TCM16 TTI display of the 64 byte ASCII sequence
of SAPI, DAPI and Operator field
• One sequence up to 256 bytes can be captured and displayed for a
selectable OH byte
• Display Payload Structure Identifier (PSI) bytes and Payload Type
identifier (PT) clear text
• Editable PT expectation value as mismatch criterion
• FTFL forward/backward (FW/BW) fault indication and operator
identifier fields
Trace references
• Set of SAPI and DAPI expectation values in traces SM TTI, PM TTI,
TCM16 TTI
• Select evaluation type of the received signal: SAPI or DAPI or SAPI/
DAPI
FAS, MFAS, SM BIP-8, SM BEI, PM BIP-8, PM BEI
FECcorr., FECuncorr. TCMi BIP-8, TCMi BEI (i = 1 to 6)
Alarm detection
From each alarm the duration will be displayed.
LOS, LOF, OOF, LOM, OOM
OTU-AIS, ODU-AIS, ODU-OCI, ODU-LCK, SM BDI, SM IAE, SM
BIAE, SM TIM
PM-BDI, PM TIM
FW-SD, FW-SF, BW-SD, BW-SF
TCMi-BDI, TCMi-IAE, TCMi-TIM (i = 1 to 6)
CL-LOSS (Client signal Loss of synchronization)
PT-MISM
Result display of errors and alarms
Numerical display
Count, ratio and duration are displayed for each error.
Tabular display
Display of all results with time stamps
Criteria Graphical display
Display of all events as bar graphs versus time. Cursors allow easy identification and zooming (in and out) on results. Filters enable event selection.
Time axis Display of payload offset Stuffing counts
• OTU-1: OC-48/STM-16 signal internally generated
Analysis see chapter SONET/SDH testing.
• OTU-2: OC-192/STM-64 signal internally generated
Analysis see chapter SONET/SDH testing.
• Validation for payload bit error measurement at:
– PRBS 231−1 inv./non-inv., PRBS 223−1 inv./non-inv.
– Digital word 16 bit free programmable
– Null client
Positive, negative, sum The FEC procedure can be switched on and off. Using the OTU FEC
field, FEC according to the Reed-Solomon (255,239) algorithm is performed on the received frame. With data blocks consisting of 239 data
bytes and 16 FEC field bytes, up to 16 byte errors can be detected and 8
byte errors be corrected.
Error measurement
Validation of data for error measurement occurs after frame alignment,
descrambling, and FEC computation and correction.
second, minute, hour
Stuffing of the payload
OPU client signals
The OTU FEC
start, stop, duration, count
ppm
count, duration
SONET/SDH/POS testing
The applications are also running on the OTN modules. Please refer to
this section on pages 8 and 11.
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Jitter/Wander applications
Highlights Jitter
•• Optical and electrical jitter testing at 10 Gb/s and 10.7 Gb/s
•• Receiver-only jitter accuracy of 15 mUIpp
•• Verification and characterization using
ITU-T Rec. O.172 Appendices VII + VIII
Jitter generator
Meets or exceeds the requirements of ITU‑T Recommendations O.172/
O.173.
Bit rate
Offset
Modulation Jitter modulation signal
9.953 and 10.709 Gb/s
± 50 ppm
internal or external
sine wave
Built-in modulation generator
Jitter amplitude
Step width
•• OTN mapping jitter
A4
up to 3200 UIpp
0.001 UI
Jitter amplitude UIpp
(log)
A3
A2
A1
f1
f2
f3
Amplitude in [UIpp]
A2
A3
A4
A1
0.5
6
20 3200
f5
f4
f1
10
f2
12.5
f6
f7
Jitter frequency/Hz (log)
Frequency in [Hz]
f3
f4
f5
f6
f7
2 k 10 k 33.3 k 6.67 k 80 M
Jitter module 10G-B
Jitter module 10/10.7G-B
Generation accuracy conforming to ITU-T O.172/O.173
Jitter module 10G-B, BN 3070/90.95
Together with modules 10G-B (BN 3070/90.19, BN 3070/90.21) the jitter
module provides jitter functions at 10 Gb/s.
BNC, 75 Ω
Modulation frequency
Input voltage range
Jitter module 10/10.7G-B, BN 3070/90.93
Together with modules 10/10.7G-B (BN 3070/90.32, BN 3070/90.33) the
jitter module provides jitter functions at 10 and 10.7 Gb/s.
Wander option BN 3070/93.91 supports wander generation and analysis
on both jitter options.
Standards
Jitter and wander are generated and analyzed in accordance with the following standards:
• ITU-T Recommendation O.172 including new
appendices VII + VIII
• ITU-T Recommendation O.173
• ITU-T Recommendations G.825, G.8251
• Telcordia GR-253 (September 2000)
• ANSI standards T1.101, T1.105, T1.105.03
External modulation input
0.1 to 80 MHz
0 to 2 Vpp
Jitter analyzer
Meets or exceeds the requirements of ITU‑T O.172/O.173.
Bit rate
Offset permitted
Electrical data input
Input level
9.953 and 10.709 Gb/s
± 20 ppm
SMA, 50 Ω,
100 to 600 mVpp
Measuring ranges/resolution
Peak-Peak I
Peak-Peak II
Peak-Peak III Peak-Peak IV
RMS I
RMS II
RMS III RMS IV 0 to 0.4 UIpp/1 mUIpp
0.2 to 4 UIpp/1 mUIpp
2 to 40 UIpp/10 mUIpp
20 to 3200 UIpp/1 UIpp
0 to 0.2 UI/0.1 mUI
0.1 to 2 UI/0.1 mUI
1 to 20 UI/1 mUI
10 to 1600 UI/100 mUI
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Measurement accuracy
High-accurate jitter receiver verified by methods described in
ITU-T O.172 Appendix VII and VIII.
Peak-Peak I
fixed error 15 mUIpp*
* Optical input power level -10 dBm to -12 dBm, mapping SDH VC-4/SONET STS-1, payload
pattern PRBS31,environmental temperature +20 °C to +30°C.
Built-in filters
High-pass filters
Low-pass filter range
jitter. The editable frequency/amplitude values are set sequentially and
the test pattern is monitored for the permitted threshold by the receiver.
The result of each measurement is shown in a table as a status message.
10k, 12k, 20k, 50k, 4 MHz
80 MHz
Demodulator output
BNC, 75 Ω
Jitter testing
Wander testing
Highlights Wander
•• Optical and electrical wander testing at 10 Gb/s and 10.7 Gb/s
•• Graphical TIE, MTIE/TDEV (online)
•• Four sample rates for long-term up to transients
•• Separate reference clock input for clock and data
Supports all manual and automatic measurements for jitter evaluations.
Jitter measuring modes
Current values (continuous measurement): Peak-Peak, positive peak,
negative peak, RMS
Maximum values (gated measurement):
Peak-Peak, positive peak, negative peak
Logged values (repetitive measurements): Peak-Peak, positive peak,
negative peak
Phase hits
The instrument detects when the programmable threshold for positive
and negative jitter values is exceeded and the result indicates how often
the threshold was exceeded.
Jitter versus time
This function is used to record variations of jitter with time and allows the
positive and negative peak values, peak-to-peak values, and RMS values
to be displayed versus time. Duration is up to 99 days.
Automatic jitter measurements
Selective jitter transfer function (JTF)
The JTF shows the ratio of the jitter amplitude at the output of the device
under test (DUT) and at the input at various frequencies. Standard tolerance masks are available and can be edited.
Maximum tolerable jitter (MTJ)
The jitter module automatically determines the maximum jitter amplitude tolerated by the DUT at selected jitter frequencies. The maximum
permissible jitter amplitude can be precisely determined using a successive method. The module determines the exact limit value. Several error
sources are selectable. Standard tolerance masks are available and can be
edited.
Fast maximum tolerable jitter (FAST-MTJ)
This extremely fast measurement tests the device under test for conformance to the standard tolerance mask limits for maximum tolerable
Software option BN 3070/93.91
This software option is only available in conjunction with jitter modules
10G-B and 10/10.7G-B, and enables wander generation and analysis.
Fully complies with or exceeds the requirements of ITU-T O.172.
Wander generator 10/10.7 Gb/s
Modulation signal Amplitude range Amplitude step width Frequency range Frequency step width Generator accuracy
sine wave
0.1 to 320 000 UI
0.1 UI
10 µHz to 10 Hz
1 µHz
conforms to ITU-T O.172
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The measurement point is then marked as “Pass” (no alarms or errors
detected) or “Fail” (alarms or errors detected).
UIpp
Wander amplitude (log)
A2
A1
f1
f2
Wander frequency
f3
(log)
Clock offset
A1 in UI
A2 in UI
f1 in µHz
f2 in Hz
f3 in Hz
0 ppm
16 000
320 000
10
0.5
10
50 ppm
1600
320 000
10
0.05
10
Wander analyzer 10/10.7 Gb/s
Four different sampling rates are available for detailed analysis versus
time:
Sampling rate – Low-pass filter
1/s – 0.1 Hz, 30/s – 10 Hz (O.172), 60/s – 20 Hz, 1000/s – 100 Hz (O.172)
Measurement accuracy
conforming to ITU-T O.172
Wander reference signal input
Balanced Clock signals
Data signals
Unbalanced Clock signals
Data signals
Bantam/110 Ω
1.544, 2.048 MHz
1.544, 2.048 Mb/s
BNC/75 Ω
1.544, 2.048, 5, 10 MHz
1.544, 2.048 Mb/s
Wander measuring modes
Time interval error (TIE) numerical and graphical, peak-peak wander
numerical.
TIE values are recorded and available for MTIE/TDEV evaluations and
frequency offset and drift rate measurements with graphs and built-in
masks that comply with Telcordia GR-253, GR-1244, ANSI T1.101, ETSI
ETS 300 462, EN 302 084, ITU-T O.172, and G.810 to G.813 recommendations.
Automatic wander measurements
Maximum tolerable wander (MTW)
ITU-T G.823, G.825
This application tests the DUT for conformance to the standard tolerance
mask limits for wander tolerance and is available in connection with the
wander generator.
The device under test is subjected to wander at several amplitudes and
frequencies and the output signal is monitored for different error sources.
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General specifications
Optical applications
Optical amplifier modules OAM-200/201
Hardware option BN 3070/92.20, BN 3070/92.21 – 1 slot each
The OAM-200/201 Optical Amplifier Modules are economical, compact
modules that provide pure C-band and C + L-band amplification, delivering signal gain up to 26 dB and saturated output up to +15 dBm.
Application
For system verification testing and troubleshooting particularly in
DWDM systems, it is occasionally necessary to isolate specific channels
out of the entire wavelength spectrum in order to verify the signal performance on the digital layer. With the OAM-200/201, the power level of the
channel can be adjusted to the receiver power range of the following BER
tester or Q-factor meter.
Specifications
Wavelength range 1) C-band:
Saturated output power 2)
Noise figure
Polarization depth gain
Optical return loss
Small signal gain 3)
3 dB limits
at –5 dBm input power
3)
Input power of –20 dBm
1)
2)
Power meter
Wavelength range
OAM-201: C+L-band amplifier
Laser safety
Class 1M Laser product according to 21 CFR 1040 and IEC 60825-1
Display
Input power, output power, gain
Pump control
Laser safety
Class 1M Laser product according to 21 CFR 1040 and IEC 60825-1
Optical ports (physical contact interfaces)
Display
Input power, output power, gain
General specifications
Parameter settings
Pump control
Input / output ports
Interface
1250 to 1650 nm
Parameter settings
OAM-200: C-band amplifier
Optical ports (physical contact interfaces)
1529 to 1562 nm
typ +15 dBm
typ 6 dB
0.3 dB
typ 30 dB
typ 24 dB
0 to 100%
2 × SM
Universal adapter system
Input / output ports
Interface
Wavelength range 1)
C-band:
L-band:
Saturated output power 2)
C-band:
L-band:
Noise figure
Polarization depth gain
Optical return loss
Small signal gain 3)
C-band:
L-band:
0 to 100%
2 × SM
Universal adapter system
1529 to 1562 nm
1569 to 1605 nm
typ +15 dBm
typ +13 dBm
typ 6 dB
0.3 dB
typ 30 dB
typ 24 dB
typ 26 dB
3 dB limits
at –5 dBm input power
3)
Input power of –20 dBm
1)
2)
Power meter
Wavelength range
1250 to 1650 nm
Full-band DWDM analyzer OSA-160/161/201
Hardware option
BN 3070/91.01, BN 3070/91.12,
BN 3070/91.14 – 2 slots each
The OSA modules are based on a new JDSU opto-mechanical design
offering superior optical performance at high measurement speed and
unsurpassed ruggedness for field applications.
All instruments are equipped with an internal wavelength reference
which guarantees highest wavelength accuracy over the instrument’s life-
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time without recalibration (JDSU patent pending).
Network component test applications
Graphical and tabular display formats can be selected for use during
installation of multi-channel DWDM systems in the wavelength range of
1250 to 1650 nm.
Display parameters
Built-in test functions allow automatic pass /fail evaluation based on customer predefined limits.
Test applications for EDFA, laser source and LEDs facilitate network
component verification.
40/43G ready
With the new signal analysis all JDSU OSAs are prepared for high precision channel power measurements in systems with data rates up to
40/43G.
The OSA-160 is the single port spectrum analyzer for measurements
during the installation, maintenance and upgrade of DWDM and
CWDM networks.
The OSA-161 is the first field-portable unit combining a spectrum analyzer with a tunable filter for data rates up to 10.7 Gb/s. This channel drop
function can be used for maintenance and troubleshooting to drop single
DWDM channels out of the spectrum for further qualification using a Qfactor meter or a BER tester.
The OSA-201 offers a dual-port measurement capability in addition to
the channel drop function, enabling simultaneous measurement of two
independent DWDM signals. This can be used, for example, to qualify
optical amplifiers by simultaneously analyzing the input signal and the
output signal.
Operating modes
Graph: WDM spectral mode
Full-spectrum graphical display
Functions
zoom/move, marker/cursor channel-grid,
multitrace, summary
FOX one-button auto modefor evaluation of DWDM signals
with pass/fail indication
Sweep modes
real time, continuous, averaging
Graph mode display of up to 4 traces
with trace comparison
and min/max hold
Table mode
up to 22 simultaneously visible channels
Display parameters
channel no., wavelength, power,
OSNR, statistics (min, max)label, channel status, history, pass/fail
Summary: WDM system evaluation mode
Evaluation of DWDM signals against customers’ predefined parameter
with indication of pass/fail result
EDFA test
input/output noise (ASE)Noise figure, gain per channel
DFB-Laser test
peak wavelength, power, bandwidth,
SMSR, mode offset
FP-Laser test center wavelength, total power, FWHM/RMS bandwidth
LED test
center/mean wavelength, total power,
FWHM/RMS bandwidth
Channel drop option (OSA-161/201)
Using the channel drop function, you can drop channels for further signal analysis with a BERT or a Q-factor meter.
Wavelength range Data rates
Spectral filter bandwidth
Insertion loss
Tracking mode
1250 to 1650 nm
up to 10.7 Gb/s
typ. 220 pm
typ. <10 dB
auto wavelength control
Dual port option (OSA-201) for drifting wavelengths
Simultaneous measurement of two fibers for monitoring or component
test applications.
Technical specifications
Spectral measurement ranges
Wavelength range
No. of optical channels
Wavelength calibration 1)
Wavelength accuracy 2)
Readout resolution
Resolution bandwidth (FWHM) 4) Wavelength linearity (over 10 nm)
1250 to 1650 nm
512
internal, online.
typ ± 20 pm
0.001 nm
typ. 75 pm
± 10 pm
Power measurement ranges
Dynamic range 3) Noise floor RMS (with averaging) 4)
Absolute accuracy4, 6) Linearity 5) Readout resolution
Scanning time (1250 to 1650 nm)8)
−75 to +23 dBm
−75 dBm
± 0.4 dB
± 0.05 dB
0.01 dB
< 1.5 s
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Optical rejection ratio (4)
at ± 25 GHz (± 0.2 nm)
at ± 50 GHz (± 0.4 nm)
PDL 4) Flatness 4) Level reproducibility 7)
typ 35 dBc
typ 45 dBc
±0.1 dB
± 0.2 dB
± 0.05 dB
Optical ports (physical contact interfaces)
Input ports
OSA-160/161
OSA-201
Output port (drop port)
OSA-161/201
Interface
Optical return loss
Total safe power
Weight (module)
1 × SM
2 × SM
1 × SM
Universal
> 35 dB
+23 dBm
1.9 kg/4.4 lb
All OSA modules provide high test speed plus internal wavelength reference which guarantees highest wavelength accuracy over instrument
lifetime without recalibration.
Graphical and tabular display formats can be selected for use during the
installation of multi channel DWDM systems in the wavelength range of
1250 to 1650 nm.
Built-in test functions allow automatic pass/fail evaluation based on customer predefined limits.
Test applications for EDFA, laser source and LEDs facilitate network
component verification.
40/43G ready
With the new signal analysis all JDSU OSAs are prepared for high precision channel power measurements in systems with data rates up to
40/43G.
built in, physical constant wavelength calibrator, needs no recalibration.
1520 to 1565 nm at 23°C
max. power per channel +15dBm
max. total power + 23 dBm
(4)
1520 nm to 1565 nm at 18°C to 28°C
(5)
–45dBm to +10dBm, at 23°C
(6)
at –10dBm
(7)
1 min, stable signal, const temperature
(8)
full span 400nm, 40000 measured samples
incl. WDM-table analysis
The OSA-300 is the single port spectrum analyzer for advanced qualification of optical networks during the installation, maintenance and
upgrade of ultra-dense WDM applications as well as for system verification testing.
High performance DWDM analyzers OSA-300/301/303
The OSA-303 offers a dual-port measurement capability in addition to
the channel drop function, enabling simultaneous measurement of two
independent DWDM signals. This can be used for example to qualify
optical amplifiers by simultaneously analyzing the input signal and the
output signal.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Hardware option BN 3070/91.31,
BN 3070/91.32, BN 3070/91.34
3 slots each
The JDSU OSA-300, OSA-301, and OSA-303 are high performance optical spectrum analyzers which offer a 10 dB improvement of OSNR range
compared to OSA-160/161/201, enabling accurate measurements in
DWDM networks with high channel counts and tight channel spacing.
The OSA-301 is the first field-portable unit combining an ultra high
resolution spectrum analyzer with a tunable filter for data rates up to
10.7 Gb/s. The channel drop function can be used for maintenance and
troubleshooting to drop single DWDM channels out of the spectrum for
further qualification using a Q-factor meter or a BER tester.
Operating modes
Graph: WDM spectral mode
Full-spectrum graphical display
Functions
FOX Sweep modes
Graph mode
Table mode
Display parameters
zoom/move, marker/
cursor, channel-grid, multitrace, summary
one-button auto mode
for evaluation of DWDM signals
with pass/fail indication
real time, continuous, averaging
display of up to 4 traces
with trace comparison
and min/max hold
simultaneously
visible channelsup to 22 channels
channel no., wavelength, power,
OSNR, statistics (min, max)
label, channel status, history, pass/fail
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Specifications
Summary: WDM system evaluation mode
Optical ports (physical contact interfaces)
Evaluation of DWDM signals against customers’ predefined parameter
with indication of pass/fail result
Input ports
Network component test applications
Output port (drop port)
Display parameters
EDFA test
DFB-Laser test
FP-Laser test LED test
input/output noise (ASE)
Noise figure, gain per channel
peak wavelength,
power, bandwidth, SMSR, mode offset
center wavelength,
total power, FWHM/RMS bandwidth
center/mean wavelength,
total power, FWHM/RMS bandwidth
Channel drop option (OSA-301/303)
Using the channel drop function, you can drop channels for further signal analysis with a BERT or a Q-factor meter.
Wavelength range Data rates
Spectral filter bandwidth
Insertion loss
Tracking mode
1250 to 1650 nm
up to 10.7 Gb/s
typ. 175 pm
typ. <10 dB
auto wavelength control
Dual port option (OSA-303)
Simultaneous measurement of two fibers e.g. for monitoring or component test applications.
Technical specifications
Spectral measurement ranges
Wavelength range
No. of optical channels
Wavelength calibration 1)
Wavelength accuracy 2)
Readout resolution
Resolution bandwidth (FWHM) 4) Wavelength linearity (over 10 nm)
1250 to 1650 nm
512
internal, online.
typ ± 10 pm
0.001 nm
typ. 60 pm
± 10 pm
Power measurement ranges
Dynamic range 3) noise floor RMS (with averaging)4)
Absolute accuracy4, 6) Linearity 5) Readout resolution
Scanning time (1250 to 1650 nm)8)
Optical rejection ratio 4)
at ± 25 GHz (± 0.2 nm)
at ± 50 GHz (± 0.4 nm)
PDL 4) Flatness 4) Level reproducibility (7)
1 × SM
2 × SM
OSA-300/301
OSA-303
1 × SM
Universal
> 35 dB
+23 dBm
2.5 kg/5.7 lb
OSA-301/303
Interface
Optical return loss
Total safe power
Weight (module)
built in, physical constant wavelength calibrator, needs no recalibration.
1520 to 1565 nm at 23°C
max. power per channel +15dBm max. total power + 23 dBm
(4)
1520 nm to 1565nm at 18°C to 28°C
(5)
–45dBm to +10dBm, at 23°C
(6)
at –10dBm
(7)
1 min, stable signal, const temperature
(8)
full span 400nm, 40000 measured samples incl. WDM-table analysis
(1)
(2)
(3)
PMD Test Kit for OSA-xxx
Hardware and software option BN 3070/91.11
Applications
The OSA can be used in the qualification of legacy and new fibers for
high speed transmission.
Fibers deployed for telecommunication purposes may have significant
Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) values. If certain limits of PMD
are exceeded, the bit error ratio rapidly increases. The maximum PMD
values permitted for various bit rates are shown in table 1.
Bit rate Gb/s
Max. PMD (ps)
PMD coeff. of fiber for
4090 km length (ps/ km)
2.5
40
<2.0
10
10
<0.5
40
2.5
<0.125
Table 1: Maximum allowed PMD values for digital signal transmission
Specifications
−75 to +23 dBm
−75 dBm
± 0.4 dB
± 0.05 dB
0.01 dB
1.5 s
typ 45 dBc
typ 48 dBc
± 0.1 dB
± 0.2 dB
± 0.05 dB
The JDSU PMD solution – developed specifically for portable field applications – is based on the Fixed Analyzer Method (FOTP-113) which is
equivalent to the Interferometric Method (ANSI/TIA/EIA FOTP-124)
and provides comparable results. The PMD solution test kit consists of
a polarized light source (OBS-15), a polarizer (OVP-15) and evaluation
software that can be run on the ONT mainframe.
Existing ONT-50s equipped with OSA modules can be upgraded to
include the PMD evaluation software.
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Specifications
PMD Test Kit
OVP-15 (Polarizer)
BN 3070/91.11
BN 2271/01
Main specifications
Measurement range 0.1 to 50 ps
Dynamic range up to 35 dB (optional up to >40 dB
with OAM-200 light source, on request)
Fiber length to be measured up to 140 km (up to >160 km
with OAM-200 light source,on request)
Selectable settings for mode coupling
strong (for ordinary fibers)
weak (for polarization maintaining
fibers and most PMD standards)
Measurement time approx. 4 seconds
PMD test for extended distances
Use OAM-200 plus additional polarizer instead of OBS-15.
Please contact JDSU for more detailed ordering information.
OBS-15A (broadband handheld light source)
BN 2267/02
Main specifications
Output level (for back reflection <4%)
Spectral power density between
λ1 = 1520 nm and λ2 = 1620 nm
Applicable fiber Optical connector (Interchangeable adapter system)
>0 dBm
>−42 dBm/0.1 nm
SMF 9/125 µm (PC)
FC, SC, DIN, etc.
Power supply
Battery operation Operating time AC operation NiMH, type AA
approx. 3.5 h
Adapter/Charger
Nominal range of use 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Ambient temperature conditions
Nominal range of use
Storage and transport
Dimensions (w × h × d) −10 to +40 °C/14 to 104 °F
−25 to +45 °C/−12 to 114 °F
approx. 3.7 × 1.8 × 7.7 in
approx. 95 × 49 × 185 mm
Applicable fiber Optical connector (Interchangeable adapter system)
Max. allowable input power SMF 9/125 µm (PC)
2 × FC, SC, DIN, etc.
+23 dBm
Ambient temperature conditions
Nominal range of use
Storage and transport
Dimensions (w × h × d) −5 to +45 °C/23 to 114 °F
−20 to +45 °C/−4 to 114 °F
approx. 3.7 × 1.9 × 7.7 in
approx. 95 × 49 × 185 mm
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Ordering Information
JDSU offers a wide range of optical power meters, sources and
attenuators. Contact your local sales representative for details.
Modules and Options
DSn/PDH applications
BN 3070/90.61
BN 3070/90.62
DSn/PDH module single port
DS1, DS3, E1, E3, E4
1 slot
DSn/PDH module dual port
2 × DS1, DS3, E1, E3, E4
1 slot
SONET/SDH applications
BN 3070/01
ONT-50 Optical Network Tester
Mainframe with 4 slots and color TFT display touchscreen.
A minimum of one module must be ordered. ONT-50 allows any combination of modules.
BN 3070/92
BN 3070/92.46
BN 3070/94.01
Carrying case
Soft carrying case
Calibration Report
BN 3070/90.80
BN 3070/90.18
BN 3070/90.15
BN 3070/90.21
BN 3070/90.16
BN 3070/90.19
Module 2.5G – 1310 nm
OC-1/3/12/48, STM-0/1/4/16
1 slot
Module 2.5G
1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces
OC-1/3/12/48, STM-0/1/4/16
1 slot
Module 10G – 1310 nm
OC-192, STM-64
1 slot
Module 10G-B – 1310 nm
Electrical interfaces
OC-192, STM-64
prepared for jitter
2 slots
Module 10G – 1550 nm
OC-192, STM-64
1 slot
Module 10G-B – 1550 nm
Electrical interfaces
OC-192, STM-64
prepared for jitter
2 slots
Data over SONET/SDH application
BN 3070/90.41
BN 3070/90.42
BN 3070/90.45
NewGen Solution 2.5G
1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces
SONET/SDH/EoS:
OC-3/12/48, STM-1/4/16
SONET/SDH only: OC-1/STM-0
VCat LO&HO, Differential Delay, GFP,
LCAS, MAC
1 slot
NewGen EoS interworking
Consists of NewGen solution BN 3070/90.41
and Mixed Ethernet module BN 3070/90.72
2 slots
NewGen Solution 10G
1550 nm, electrical interfaces
OC-192/STM-64
SONET/SDH/EoS
VCat, LO&HO, Differential Delay, GFP, LCAS, MAC
2 slots
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Ordering Information
BN 3070/93.03
BN 3070/93.08
BN 3070/90.71
BN 3070/90.72
BN 3070/90.73
IP/PoS processing
Software option runs on all SONET/SDH
capable modules
GFP-T processing
Software option runs on BN 3070/90.41
and BN 3070/90.42
Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M
4 ports 10/100/1000 BASE-T
1 slot
Mixed Ethernet Module
2 ports 1000Base-SX/LX and
2 ports 10/100/1000Base-T
Please select number of SFPs (2 free of charge)
BN 3070/90.78
SFP 1000Base-SX
BN 3070/90.79
SFP 1000Base-LX
1 slot
Ethernet Module 1G
4 ports 1000BASE-SX/LX
Please select number of SFPs (4 free of charge):
BN 3070/90.78
SFP 1000BASE-SX
BN 3070/90.79
SFP 1000BASE-LX
1 slot
OTN applications
BN 3070/90.17
BN 3070/90.30
BN 3070/90.32
BN 3070/90.33
OTN Module 2.5/2.7G
1310/1550 nm, electrical interfaces
OC-1/3/12/48, STM-0/1/4/16, OTU-1
1 slot
OTN Module 10/10.7G
1550 nm, OC-192, STM-64, OTU- 2
2 slots
OTN Module 10/10.7G-B
1550 nm, electrical interfaces
OC-192, STM-64, OTU-2
prepared for jitter
2 slots
OTN Module 10/10.7G-B
1310 nm, electrical interfaces
OC-192, STM-64, OTU-2
prepared for jitter
2 slots
Jitter/Wander application
BN 3070/90.95
BN 3070/90.93
BN 3070/93.91
Jitter Module 10G-B
High-accurate jitter 10G
Evaluated with O.172 Appendix VII + VIII
Requires BN 3070/90.19, BN 3070/90.21
1 slot
Jitter Module 10/10.7G-B
High-accurate jitter 10G, 10.7G
Evaluated with O.172 Appendix VII + VIII
Requires BN 3070/90.32, BN 3070/90.33
1 slot
Wander 10/10.7G
Software option, TIE, MTIE, TDEV
Requires BN 3070/90.93, BN 3070/90.95
Optical Modules
Full-band DWDM analyzers
BN 3070/91.01
BN 3070/91.12
BN 3070/91.14
OSA-160
Single port
2 slots
OSA-161
Single port with drop 10.7
2 slots
OSA-201
Dual port with drop 10.7
2 slots
High performance DWDM analyzers
BN 3070/91.31
BN 3070/91.32
BN 3070/91.34
OSA-300
Single port
3 slots
OSA-301
Single port with drop 10.7
3 slots
OSA-303
Dual-port with drop 10.7
3 slots
Optical amplifier
BN 3070/92.20
BN 3070/92.21
BN 3070/91.11
OAM-200 (C-band)
1 slot
OAM-201 (C+L-band)
1 slot
PMD test kit
Optical connectors
One type of optical connector must be selected from BN 2060/00.xy for
every digital module except Ethernet as listed below.
Measuring adapter
BN 2060/00.51
BN 2060/00.58
BN 2060/00.32
BN 2060/00.50
N 2060/00.53
BN 2060/00.59
FC, FC-PC, FC-APC
SC, SC-PC, SC-APC
ST type (AT&T)
DIN 47256
E 2000 (Diamond)
LC, F-3000 (PC-APC)
Optical attenuators
BN 2239/90.30
BN 2239/90.38
10 dB, FC-PC, 1310/1550 nm
10 dB, SC, 1310/1550 nm
ONT-50 Optical Network Tester
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Many light transmission problems occur as a result of improper fiber connectors. The Fiber
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Magnification Power supply OIM-400 400×
3 “AAA” batteries
BN WO-FM-C400
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no responsibility is assumed for any inaccuracies. The user assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of a product or its applications. JDSU reserves the right to change at any time without notice
the design, specifications, function, fit or form of its products described herein, including withdrawal at any
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