CTC Union SHDSL Product specifications

SHDTU03-TDM
G.SHDSL NTU (E1, Serial, Ethernet)
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WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual may cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense. NOTICE: (1) The changes or
modifications not expressively approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment. (2) Shielded interface cables and AC power cord, if any,
must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
CISPR PUB.22 Class A COMPLIANCE:
This device complies with EMC directive of the European Community and meets or exceeds the
following technical standard. EN 55022 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference
Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment. This device complies with CISPR Class A.
WARNING:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CE NOTICE
Marking by the symbol CE indicates compliance of this equipment to the EMC directive of the
European Community. Such marking is indicative that this equipment meets or exceeds the
following technical standards: EN 55022:1994/A1:1995/A2:1997 Class A and EN61000-3-2:1995,
EN61000-3-3:1995 and EN50082-1:1997
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SHDTU03 TDM Series 2-Wire SHDSL E1, Datacom and Ethernet NTU Modems
User Manual
Version 3.0 July 2010 (Combined all three manuals into one)
This manual supports the following models:
SHDTU03-E1 2-Wire SHDSL E1 NTU (TDM)
SHDTU03-Serial 2-Wire SHDSL V.35, RS530,X.21 NTU (TDM)
SHDTU03-ET100 2-Wire SHDSL Ethernet Bridge NTU (TDM)
All three of these series offer power options for AC, DC or AD (AC+DC).
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improving this manual or to point out omissions or errors to marketing@ctcu.com. Thank you.
Tables of Contents
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INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1
MODELS .............................................................................................................................................................. 7
1.1.1
E1 interface model...................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.2
Data (V.35) interface model ....................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.3
Ethernet interface model ............................................................................................................................ 7
1.2
FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.3
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.4
ORDERING INFORMATION: .................................................................................................................................. 9
1.5
APPLICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
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GETTING TO KNOW THE SHDSL NTU.......................................................................................................... 10
2.1
FRONT PANEL ................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.1
E1 interface model.................................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.2
Data interface model ................................................................................................................................ 10
2.1.3
Ethernet interface model .......................................................................................................................... 10
2.2
REAR PANEL ..................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.1
E1 Interface Model ................................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.2
Data (V.35) Interface Model .................................................................................................................... 13
2.2.3
Ethernet Interface Model.......................................................................................................................... 14
2.3
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................. 15
2.3.1
For E1 Interface ....................................................................................................................................... 16
2.3.2
For Data Interface.................................................................................................................................... 17
2.3.3
For Ethernet Interface.............................................................................................................................. 18
2.4
CAUTION........................................................................................................................................................ 19
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CONFIGURING WITH KEYPAD AND LCD.................................................................................................... 21
3.1
KEY PADS ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
3.2
MAIN MENU TREE ............................................................................................................................................. 22
3.3
MENU TREE FOR [SHOW STATUS] ................................................................................................................. 23
3.4
MENU TREE FOR [SHOW STATISTICS] .......................................................................................................... 26
3.5
MENU TREE FOR [SYSTEM SETUP] ................................................................................................................ 29
3.5.1
Sub-Menu tree for SETUP E1 Interface ................................................................................................... 32
3.5.2
Sub-Menu tree for SETUP SERIAL Interface........................................................................................... 35
3.5.3
Sub-Menu tree for SETUP Ethernet Interface.......................................................................................... 37
3.6
MENU TREE FOR [REBOOT SYSTEM] ............................................................................................................ 38
3.7
MENU TREE FOR [SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC].................................................................................................... 39
3.7.1
Loopback Test........................................................................................................................................... 40
3.7.2
BER Test................................................................................................................................................... 43
3.8
PARAMETERS TABLE ......................................................................................................................................... 44
3.8.1
E1 Interface Model ................................................................................................................................... 44
3.8.2
Data Interface Model ............................................................................................................................... 44
3.8.3
Ethernet Interface model .......................................................................................................................... 45
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CONFIGURATION WITH CONSOLE PORT .................................................................................................. 46
4.1
LOGIN PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................................................... 46
4.2
WINDOW STRUCTURE ........................................................................................................................................ 48
4.3
MENU COMMANDS ............................................................................................................................................ 49
4.4
MAIN MENU SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................... 49
4.5
[SETUP] CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................................. 50
4.5.1
Configure Interface .................................................................................................................................. 52
4.5.2
Configure SHDSL parameters.................................................................................................................. 53
4.5.3
Configure E1 parameters ......................................................................................................................... 57
4.5.4
Configure Data parameters...................................................................................................................... 63
4.5.5
Configure Ethernet parameters ................................................................................................................ 68
4.5.6
Enable and Disable Remote configuration............................................................................................... 72
4.5.7
Restore factory default setting.................................................................................................................. 73
[STATUS] VIEW THE SYSTEM STATUS .................................................................................................................75
4.6
4.6.1
Show SHDSL Status ..................................................................................................................................75
4.6.2
Show Interface Status ................................................................................................................................77
4.6.3
Show Current Performance.......................................................................................................................78
4.6.4
View the Local and remote Statistics ........................................................................................................79
4.6.5
Clear Channel Statistics............................................................................................................................83
4.7
[SHOW] VIEW SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ...........................................................................................................84
4.7.1
Show general Interface..............................................................................................................................84
4.7.2
Show configuration in listing format.........................................................................................................85
4.7.3
Show configuration in command script.....................................................................................................87
4.8
[REBOOT] REBOOT THE SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................89
4.9
[DIAG] DIAGNOSTIC – LOOPBACK AND BER TEST ............................................................................................90
4.9.1
Loopback test ............................................................................................................................................90
4.9.2
BER Test....................................................................................................................................................91
4.10 [UPGRADE] FIRMWARE UPGRADE.......................................................................................................................93
4.11 [EXIT] EXIT THE SYSTEM ...................................................................................................................................98
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APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................................................100
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
ABBREVIATIONS ..............................................................................................................................................100
DATA INTERFACE PIN ASSIGNMENTS ...............................................................................................................103
V.35 DB25(M) TO M.34(F) ADAPTOR CABLE..................................................................................................104
X.21 DB25(M) TO DB15(F) ADAPTOR CABLE.................................................................................................106
CONSOLE CABLE..............................................................................................................................................108
E1 BALANCE CABLE ........................................................................................................................................109
E1 UNBALANCE CABLE ...................................................................................................................................110
ETHERNET CABLE ............................................................................................................................................111
DSL CABLE .....................................................................................................................................................112
POWER CORD ...................................................................................................................................................113
ILLUSTRATION OF LOOPBACK CONNECTION DEVICE (E1) ................................................................................114
ILLUSTRATION OF LOOPBACK CONNECTION DEVICE (DATA) ...........................................................................115
1 Introduction
1.1 Models
The G.SHDSL NTU Series offers three different interface models (E1, Data and Ethernet) for connecting
customers to high-speed TDM services .This series has three models:-
1.1.1 E1 interface model
Products Number: SHDTU03-E1-AD 2W
It offers two different ways have connected customers to high-speed TDM services with two G.703 E1
interfaces (Balance 120Ω RJ45 jack and Unbalance 75Ω dual BNCs). The G.703 interface can carry 64kbps
to 2.048Mbps.
1.1.2 Data (V.35) interface model
Products Number: SHDTU03-Data-AD 2W
It offers customers premises has high-speed TDM services with a DB25 interface. The industry standard
DB25 interface can be configured as a V.35/RS530 or V.36/X.21 connection. The DB25 connection can
transfers data up to 2.304Mbps.
1.1.3 Ethernet interface model
Products Number: SHDTU03-ET100-AD 2W
It offers customers premises has high-speed TDM services with a LAN interface. The industry standard LAN
interface can detect a 10Mbps or 100Mbps connection automatically.
The SHDSL TDM Series Modems can be configured and managed via EOC, or menu-driven VT100
compatible Asynchronous Terminal Interface, either locally or remotely.
The G.SHDSL NTU is equipped with an auto rate capability that identifies the maximum line rate supported
by the copper loop. This powerful automatic configuration capability makes installation and service
provisioning simple and painless. Further flexibility is provided in the ability to manually set the maximum
NTU speed at different levels for different customer-tailored service offerings.
1.2 Features
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Standard G.SHDSL (ITU G.991.2) supports improved reach/speed and greater interoperability
Fast and cost-effective provisioning of traditional frame relay (FR or T-HDLC) or TDM leased line
services
User existing copper loop infrastructures
Can operate back to back connection
Efficient single wire pair usage
Up to 2.312Mbps symmetric service bit rate
Auto rate installation maximizes data rate based on loop conditions
Wetting current sink to protect SHDSL line
Local management interface with LCD display
Remote line loopback
SHDSL Line performance monitoring (Data Rate and SNR)
Raw and per time interval statistics
Bandwidth guaranteed transmission equipment
Remote firmware upgrade
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1.3 Specifications
WAN Interface
• Line Rate: SHDSL per G.991.2
• Coding: trellis coded pulse amplitude modulation (TCPAM-16)
• Support: Annex A(ANSI) and Annex B(ETSI)
• Payload rates: 64kbps to 2.304Mbps (N x 64kbps N=1 to 36) for Data and Ethernet interface
64kbps to 2.048Mbps (N x 64kbps N=1 to 32) for E1 interface
• Connection: RJ-45 jack (2-wire)
• Impedance: 135 ohms
G.703 Interface (as E1)
• Connection: RJ-45 for balanced 120Ω E1 cable
• Connection: BNC for unbalanced 75Ω E1 cable
• Line Rate: 2048KHz +/- 50ppm
• Framing: PCM30/30C/31/31C and Unframed
• Data Rate: 64Kbps to 2.048Mbps (Nx64Kbps , N=1 to 32)
• Operation: Full E1 and Fractional E1
DATA Interface (as V.35)
• Connection:DB-25(F)
• Payload rates: Up to 2.304Mbps (N=1 to 36)
• Supports RS-530, V.35 or V.36/X.21
LAN Interface (as Ethernet)
• Single Ethernet Interface
• 10/100Mpbs Half/Full Duplex, Auto-sensing, Auto-Crossover
• Up to 2048 MAC address learning
DSL Timing
• Internal
• From E1 Recovery (as E1)
• From DTE (as V.35 and Ethernet)
Performance Monitoring
• ES, SES, UAS, LOSW, Alarms, Errors
Loopback Tests (for E1 and V.35 interface only)
• Digital Local Loopback
• Digital Loopback
• Remote Line Loopback
• Remote Payload Loopback
• Far-end Line Loopback
• Far-end Payload Loopback
• V.54(For V.35 interface only)
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• Build-in 2047 bit (2 -1) BER tester
Management
• Configuration with keypads and LCD display
• Console port (RJ45)
• Support firmware upgradeable
Physical/Electrical
• Dimensions: 19.5 x 4.8 x 16.8 cm
• Input: For AC power input version 100 to240Vac with 50 to 60Hz
For DC Power input version -36 to72Vdc
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Power Consumption: 12W Max
Operation temperature: 0 to 35°C
Humidity: Up to 95% (non-condensing)
External screw for frame grounding
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1.4 Ordering Information:
Interface
E1 Interface
Data Interface
Ethernet Interface
Multi Interface (E1+Data+Ethernet)
AC+DC Power
SHDTU03-E1-AD
SHDTU03-Data-AD
SHDTU03-ET100-AD
SHDTU03-31-AD
1.5 Applications
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2 Getting to know the SHDSL NTU
This chapter shows the front and rear panel and how to install the hardware.
2.1 Front Panel
2.1.1 E1 interface model
2.1.2 Data interface model
2.1.3 Ethernet interface model
The front panel can be separated into three functional areas: LCD display, LED indicators and Keypads.
The LCD display can show the status and configuration of the device. In this case, the local management
interface will be done by keypads with this LCD display.
The purpose of key pads is to configure the setting or selecting functions on this SHDSL NTU.
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The following table describes the LEDs’ function of device.
LED
Color
POWER
Green
ALARM
Red
TEST
Yellow
SYNC
Green
ERROR
Red
LBK
Yellow
SYNC
Green
ERROR
LBK
Data
Red
Yellow
TxD
Green
RxD
Green
ERROR
Red
LINK/
ACT
Green
100M
Green
ETH
COL
Red
Description
On
Power is on.
Off
Power is off.
On
System loss.
Off
System is working nomarally.
On
System is testing for connection.
Off
System is working nomarlly.
On
SHDSL line is connected.
Blink
Off
G.SHDSL
G.703
Action
Blink
Data transmit in SHDSL line.
SHDSL line is dropped.
Error second occurs.
Off
No error second.
On
Loopback is on.
Off
Loopback is off.
On
E1 line is connected.
Off
E1 line is dropped.
Blink
There are error seconds.
Off
There is not any error second.
On
Loopback is on.
Off
Loopback is off.
On
Data transmit in V.35.
Off
No data transmit in V.35.
On
Data receive in V.35.
Off
No data reveive in V.35.
Blink
Error second occurs.
Off
No error second.
On
Data transmit in Ethernet.
Off
No data transmit in Ethernet.
On
Data receive in 100M.
Off
No data receive in 100M.
Blink
Off
Error collision occurs.
No error collision.
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2.2 Rear Panel
2.2.1 E1 Interface Model
AC+DC power input version
The rear panel of this model includes the power switch, AC+DC power socket, RJ-45 console, G.703 RJ-48C
jack or BNC jack for transmitting and receiving and RJ-45 for SHDSL from left to right.
Connector Description
ON
90~240V AC
Power switch. Press 1 for turn on and press 0 for off
IEC-320 C6 AC input connector. Adapts power from 90V to 240V
-48V GND
DC power input connector (-48V)
CONSOLE
RJ-45 for system configuration and maintenance
RJ-48C for 120Ω E1 connection with PABX (Private Automatic Branch
Exchange) or E1 Router
BNC for 75Ω E1 transmitting
BNC for 75Ω E1 receiving
RJ-45 for DSL connection
G.703
TX
RX
SHDSL
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2.2.2 Data (V.35) Interface Model
AC+DC power input version
The rear panel of this model includes the power switch, AC+DC power socket, RJ-45 for console cable,
DB-25(Female) for Data and RJ-45 for SHDSL from left to right.
Connector Description
ON
Power switch. Press 1 for turn on and press 0 for off.
90~240V AC
IEC-320 C6 AC input connector. Adapts power from 90V to 240V
-48V GND
DC power input connector (-48V)
CONSOLE
RJ-45 for system configuration and maintenance
Data
DB-25(F) for RS-530 and V.35 or X.21(with adaptor cable)
SHDSL
RJ-45 for DSL Connection
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2.2.3 Ethernet Interface Model
AC +DC power input version
The rear panel of this model includes the power switch, AC+DC power socket, RJ-45 for console cable, LAN
for Ethernet cable and RJ-45 for SHDSL from left to right.
Connector Description
ON
Power switch. Press 1 for turn on and press 0 for turn off.
90~240V AC
IEC-320 C6 AC input connector. Adapts power from 90V to 240V
-48V GND
DC power input connector (-48V)
CONSOLE
RJ-45 for system configuration and maintenance.
ETH
RJ-45 LAN port for Ethernet cable
SHDSL
RJ-45 for DSL Connection
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2.3 Installation
Note: To avoid possible damage to this modem, do not turn on the product before hardware installation.
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Plug the power cord in the power socket.
Plug the console port in console if you want to configure the NTU with VT100 program of NB or PC.
Plug the E1 cable (Either 75Ω BNC cables or 120Ω cable) / DATA cable / Ethernet cable
Plug SHDSL cable
Power on
Model
Interface modes support
E1 interface model
E1 interface
V.35 interface model
V.35 interface
Ethernet interface model
Ethernet interface
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2.3.1 For E1 Interface
AC+DC power input version
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2.3.2 For Data Interface
AC +DC power input version
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2.3.3 For Ethernet Interface
AC +DC power input version
Protective earth:
The marked lug or terminal should be connected to the building protective earth bus.
The function of protective earth does not serve the purpose of providing protection against electrical shock,
but instead enhances surge suppression on the DSL lines for installations where suitable bonding facilities
exist.
The connector type is M3 machine screw.
Wetting Current:
Wetting current, also known as loop sealing current, is a low-level DC current applied to a loop for the specific
purpose of maintaining cable splice integrity by preventing the build-up of oxidation. The modem has the
ability to sink the source wetting current.
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Warning! High Voltage. Do not open the housing.
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2.4 CAUTION
CAUTION for accessibility
Be sure that the power outlet you plug the power card into is easily accessible and located as close as to the
equipment operator as possible. When you need to disconnect power to the equipment, be sure to unplug the
power card from the electrical outlet.
Warnings
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Do not use this product near water.
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Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. If the product falls, it could be seriously
damaged.
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Slots and openings are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect
it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on a bed, soft, rug or other similar surface. This product should never be
placed near or over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is
provided.
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Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind
onto or into the product.
Using electrical power
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This product should be operated from the type of power indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power company.
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Do not allow anything to rest on the power card. Do not locate this product where people will walk on the
cord.
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If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total ampere rating of the equipment
plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the extension card ampere rating. Also, make sure
that the total rating of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed the fuse rating.
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Do not overload a power outlet, strip or receptacle by plugging in too many devices. The overall system
load must not exceed 80% of the branch circuit rating. If power strips are used, the load should not
exceed 80% of the power strip’s input rating.
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The product’s power supply is equipped with a three-wire grounding plug. The plug only fits in a
grounded power outlet. Make sure the power outlet is properly grounded before inserting the power
supply plug. Do not insert the plug into a non-grounded power outlet. Contact your electrician for details.
Warning! The grounding pin is a safety feature. Using a power outlet that is not properly grounded may result
in electric shock and/or injury.
Note: The grounding pin also provides good protection from unexpected noise produced by other nearby
electrical devices that may interfere with the performance of this product.
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Product servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage points or other risks, Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
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Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel when:
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The power card or plug is damaged, cut or frayed
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Liquid was spilled into the product
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The product was exposed to rain or water
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The product has been dropped or the case has been damaged
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The product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service
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The product does not operate normally after following the operating instructions
Note: Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions, since improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal condition.
Disposal instructions
Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when discarding.
To minimize pollution and ensure utmost protection of the global environment, please
recycle.
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3 Configuring with Keypad and LCD
This chapter provides information on how to configure your G.SHDSL NTU via front panel LCD display and
keypads.
3.1 Key Pads
The G.SHDSL NTU is designed by user-friendly configuration and management can using keypads and LCD
display on front panel only without computer with VT100 terminal software.
Key Pad
Esc
Enter
+
Description
Return to previous configuration menu.
Skip to next configuration menu or configure this item.
Select other parameter in the same level menu.
Select other parameter in the same level menu.
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3.2 Main menu Tree
After turning on G.SHDSL NTU, the LCD display will prompt “SHDSL NTU” and its interface mode. Press
Enter key to enter. Sub-menus will display as follows:
E1 interface model:
SHDSL NTU
======E1======
SHOW
STATUS
SHOW
STATISTICS
SYSTEM
SETUP
REBOOT
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
DIAGNOSTIC
Data interface model:
SHDSL NTU
====Data====
SHOW
STATUS
SHOW
STATISTICS
SYSTEM
SETUP
REBOOT
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
DIAGNOSTIC
Ethernet interface model:
SHDSL NTU
===ETHERNET===
SHOW
STATUS
SHOW
STATISTICS
SYSTEM
SETUP
REBOOT
SYSTEM
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3.3 Menu tree for [SHOW STATUS]
You can check status via LCD display.
SHOW
STATUS
E1 interface model:
STATUS
INTERFACE ,
STATUS
SHDSL
STATUS
E1
STATUS
Code Version
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V.35 interface model:
STATUS
INTERFACE ,
STATUS
SHDSL
STATUS
Data
STATUS
Code Version.
Ethernet interface model:
STATUS
INTERFACE ,
STATUS
SHDSL
STATUS
ETHERNET
STATUS
Code Version.
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The other menu trees are as follows:
SHOW STATUS > STATUS INTERFACE
STATUS
INTERFACE
* INTERFACE*
SHOW STATUS > STATUS SHDSL
STATUS
SHDSL
* MODE *
* ANNEX *
* LINE RATE *
* ATTENUATION *
* SNR MARGIN *
* TX POWER *
SHOW STATUS > STATUS E1
STATUS
E1
* SIGNAL FRAME *
* LINE CODE *
* CHANNEL *
* SLOT NUMBER *
* FIRST SLOT *
* AIS ALARM *
* BUILD OUTS *
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SHOW STATUS > STATUS Data
STATUS
Data
* INTERFACE *
* DATA RATE *
* CLOCK *
* Data RTS *
* DATA CTS *
* DATA DTR *
* DATA DSR *
* DATA DCD *
* RTS/CTS DELAY *
SHOW STATUS > STATUS ETHERNET
STATUS
ETHERNET
*LINK SPEED*
*OPERATION*
*RATE*
SHOW STATUS > STATUS CODE VERSION
STATUS
CODE VERSION
KERNEL
FPGA
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3.4 Menu tree for [SHOW STATISTICS]
The product can display two kinds of statistics data:
SHDSL statistics data [ES, SES, UAS and LOWS]
Show the current 15 minutes period and 96 previous 15-minutes period of SHDSL performance.
Show the current 24 hours period and 7 previous 24-hours periods of SHDSL performance.
SHDSL
ES
SES
UAS
LOSW
E1 statistics data [ES, SES and UAS] (E1 model ONLY)
Show the current 15 minutes period and 96 previous 15-minutes period of E1 performance.
Show the current 24 hours period and 7 previous 24-hours periods of E1 performance.
E1
ES
SES
UAS
Abbreviation:
ES
SES
Error Second
Severely Error Second
UAS Unavailable Second
LOWS Loss of Synchronization word
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E1 Interface
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Data Interface
Ethernet Interface
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3.5 Menu tree for [SYSTEM SETUP]
You can check system setup type via LCD display.
SYSTEM
SETUP
E1 interface model:
SETUP
INTERFACE ,
SETUP
SHDSL
SETUP
E1
SETUP
ALLOW RMT CONFIG
SETUP
DEFAULT
SETUP
REMOTE CONFIG
V.35 interface model:
SETUP
INTERFACE ,
SETUP
SHDSL
SETUP
DATA
SETUP
ALLOW RMT CONFIG
SETUP
DEFAULT
SETUP
REMOTE CONFIG
Ethernet interface model:
SETUP
INTERFACE ,
SETUP
SHDSL
SETUP
ETHERNET
SETUP
ALLOW RMT CONFIG
SETUP
DEFAULT
SETUP
REMOTE CONFIG
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SYSTEM SETUP > SETUP INTERFACE
SETUP
INTERFACE
Selection items
SETUP
INTERFACE
E1,
DATA,
ETHERNET
Model
E1 interface model
Interface modes support
E1
Data interface model
Data
Ethernet interface model
Ethernet
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SYSTEM SETUP > SETUP SHDSL
SETUP
SHDSL
SETUP SHDSL
SETUP MODE
Selection items
STU-R, STU-C-INTCLK, STU-C-EXTCLK
SETUP ANNEX
A, B
SETUP STARTUP MARGIN
DISABLE , 0 to 10
SETUP PSD
R1_ASTM, R2_ASYM, SYM_ENABLE,
ASYM_DISBALE
Disable, Enable
SETUP POWER BACK OFF
The following are commonly used acronyms for SETUP MODE:
STU-R
RT side, where the clock source is set to
external
STU-C-INTCLK CO side, where the clock source is set to
internal
STU-C-EXTCLK CO side, where the clock source is set to
external
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3.5.1 Sub-Menu tree for SETUP E1 Interface
SYSTEM SETUP Î SETUP E1
SETUP
E1
E1 parameter setting:
E1 Items
Setting
Channel
Code
AIS
Build Outs
FULL
PCM31
PCM31C
PCM30
PCM30C
HDB3
AMI
On
Off
120 ohms
75 ohms
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E1 Framer Setting:
Framer
Slot Number
PCM31
FAS
1 to 31
1 to 31
PCM31C
FAS+CRC4
1 to 31
1 to 31
PCM30
FAS+CAS
1 to 30
1 to 31 (can’t use 16)
PCM30C
FAS+CAS+CRC4
1 to 30
1 to 31 (can’t use 16)
FULL
UNFRAMED
First Slot
Table of number of slots and their first time slot:
Channel
Number of slots 1st slot
FULL
----(UNFRAMED)
PCM31 PCM31C 31
----1
30
1~2
29
1~3
28
27
1~4
1~5
26
1~6
25
1~7
24
1~8
23
1~9
22
1~10
21
1~11
20
1~12
19
1~13
18
1~14
17
1~15
16
1~16
15
1~17
14
1~18
13
1~19
12
1~20
11
1~21
10
1~22
9
1~23
8
1~24
7
1~25
6
1~26
5
1~27
4
1~28
3
1~29
2
1~30
1
1~31
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PCM30 PCM30C 30
29
1
1~2
28
1~3
27
1~4
26
1~5
25
1~6
24
1~7
23
1~8
22
1~9
21
1~10
20
1~11
19
18
1~12
1~13
17
16
1~14
1~15
15
1~15,17
14
1~15,17~18
13
1~15,17~19
12
1~15,17~20
11
1~15,17~21
10
1~15,17~22
9
1~15,17~23
8
1~15,17~24
7
1~15,17~25
6
1~15,17~26
5
1~15,17~27
4
1~15,17~28
3
1~15,17~29
2
1~15,17~30
1
1~15,17~31
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3.5.2 Sub-Menu tree for SETUP SERIAL Interface
SYSTEM SETUP Î SETUP SERIAL
SETUP
DATA
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Data Items
INTERFACE
Nx64K (Rate)
CLOCK
RTS
CTS
DSR
DCD
DELAY
Setting
V.35
X.21(RS-530)
1 ~ 36
Normal
Inverse
On
From DTE
On
Off
From RTS
On
Off
From DTR
On
Off
From DSL
0mS
1mS
2mS
3mS
The handshake signal direction between DCE and DTE
The below diagram shows CTS follow RTS, DSR follow DTR
The RTS delay time is use to control CTS on delay to RTS signal, It is work only for the setting:
CTS follow RTS and RTS follow from DTE
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3.5.3 Sub-Menu tree for SETUP Ethernet Interface
SYSTEM SETUP Î SET UP ETHERNET
SETUP
ETHERNET
If you set Ethernet Auto Negotiation as Enable, the Duplex and Speed can’t be set up and instead will auto
configure.
Ethernet Items
Setting
Rate
1 ~ 36
Auto
Disable
Enable
Duplex
Full-Duplex
Half-Duplex
100M
10M
Auto Configuration
Speed
Auto Configuration
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3.6 Menu tree for [REBOOT SYSTEM]
REBOOT
SYSTEM
To use the REBOOT SYSTEM command, press “ENTER” Key; select ”YES” and press ”ENTER” Key again.
You can see the “Reboot…” display. It will return to main menu after the reboot operation is finish.
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3.7 Menu tree for [SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC]
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SYSTEM
DIAGNOSTIC
System Diagnostic has two functions: Loopback test and BER test.
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC Î DIAG LOOPBACK
DIAG
LOOPBACK
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC Î DIAG BER TEST
DIAG
BER TEST
3.7.1 Loopback Test
Note : No SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC menu is available on the Ethernet Interface Model
For E1 Interface model as CO side, there have: local digital, local, remote line, remote payload, farend line
and farend payload.
For Data Interface model as CO side, there have: Local digital, local, remote line, remote payload, farend line,
farend payload and V.54.
For E1 Interface model as CPE side, there have: local digital, remote line, remote payload, farend line and
farend payload.
For Data Interface model as CPE side, there have: Local digital, remote line, remote payload, farend line,
farend payload and V.54.
If the device hasn’t connected or is still under handshaking, there will not be any farend line, farend payload
or V.54 loopback available.
Definition of V.54
An ITU standard (1976) for various loopback tests that can be incorporated into modems for testing the
telephone circuit and isolating transmission problems.
Operating modes include local and remote digital loopback and local and remote analog loopback.
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Stand alone NTU, no connection with other NTU:
E1 interface
CO side
Local digital
Local
Remote line
Remote payload
Data interface
CO side
Local digital
Local
Remote line
Remote payload
E1 interface
CPE side
Local digital
Remote line
Data interface
CPE side
Local digital
Remote line
Remote payload
Remote payload
After connection both CO side and CPE side:
E1 interface
CO side
Local digital
Local
Remote line
Remote payload
Farend line
Farend payload
Data interface
CO side
Local digital
Local
Remote line
Remote payload
Farend line
Farend payload
V.54
E1 interface
CPE side
Local digital
Remote line
Remote payload
Farend line
Farend payload
Data interface
CPE side
Local digital
Remote line
Remote payload
Farend line
Farend payload
V.54
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3.7.2 BER Test
This function provides the internal Bit Error Rate Tester (BERT) for complete testing of local and remote
modem and the link quality without any external test equipment.
This built-in Bit Error Rate Test generator can generates a standard 2047 (211-1) test pattern.
DIAG
BER TEST
*BERT 2047*
RUN
When the BERT has no Bit Errors, it shows zero. Otherwise, it will show some counter number.
RUN(SEC) item shows the time elapsed second count.
RUN(SEC): 00001
BIT ERR: 00000
If the NO SYNC on bit error message shows, it means the testing paths haven’t connected.
RUN(SEC): 00001
BIT ERR: NO SYNC
Press ENTER key on this display message, and it will try to re-sync again.
*BERT 2047*
RESYNC
Press ENTER key on this display message, and it will show the test in real time.
*BERT 2047*
INFO
If you want to exit the BERT, you can press the ENTER key from this display message.
*BERT 2047*
DISABLE
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3.8 Parameters Table
3.8.1 E1 Interface Model
NTU
SHDSL
Type
□STU-R □STU-C-INTCLK
Annex
□A
PSD
□R1_ASTM
SNR Margin
□DISABLE □0 □1 □2 □3 □4 □5 □6 □7 □8 □9 □10
Power Back Off
□Disable □Enable
Channel
□PCM31 □PCM31C □PCM30 □PCM30C □Unframed
□STU-C-EXTCLK
□B
□R2_ASYM
□SYM_ENABLE
□ASYM_DISABLE
Slot Number
E1
First Slot
Code
□HDB3
AIS
□Off
□On
Build Outs
□75 Ohm
□120 Ohm
□AMI
3.8.2 Data Interface Model
NTU
SHDSL
Type
□STU-R □STU-C-INTCLK
Annex
□A
PSD
□R1_ASTM
SNR Margin
□DISABLE □0 □1 □2 □3 □4 □5 □6 □7 □8 □9 □10
Power Back Off
□Disable □Enable
Interface
□V.35 □X.21
□STU-C-EXTCLK
□B
□R2_ASYM
□SYM_ENABLE
Data Rate
Data
Clock
□Normal
RTS
□On
□From DTE
CTS
□On
□Off
□From RTS
DSR
□On
□Off
□From DTR
DCD
□On
□Off
□From DSL
Delay
□0mS
□1mS
□Inverse
□2mS
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□3mS
□ASYM_DISABLE
3.8.3 Ethernet Interface model
NTU
SHDSL
Type
□STU-R □STU-C-INTCLK
Annex
□A
PSD
□R1_ASTM
SNR Margin
□DISABLE □0 □1 □2 □3 □4 □5 □6 □7 □8 □9 □10
Power Back Off
□Disable
□Enable
Auto Config
□Disable
□Enable
Speed
□Full
□Half
Duplex
□100M
□10M
□B
□R2_ASYM
Date Rate
Ethernet
□STU-C-EXTCLK
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□SYM_ENABLE
□ASYM_DISABLE
4 Configuration with Console Port
This chapter will deal with the specifics of configuration and operation of this product via console port with a
terminal emulation program. The configuration of G.SHDSL NTU is performed via a menu-driven embedded
software, using a standard ASCII terminal or a PC running a terminal emulation application connected to the
rear panel CONSOLE port.
Windows includes a terminal emulation program called HyperTerminal. Since Microsoft discontinued
including HyperTerminal from the introduction of Vista OS, search and download an alternate emulator such
as "TeraTerm" or "PuTTY". Connect the appropriate communication port from the PC to this device using the
cable provided with this modem. After the physical connection is made, you are ready to configure this
product. Make sure you have connected the supplied RS-232C Data cable (DB9F to RJ-45 Plug) to the
console port on the rear panel on this product.
Run the terminal emulation program such as Hyper Terminal with the following setting:
Emulation: VT-100 compatible
Band rate: 115200, Data bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop Bits:1 , Flow Control: None
4.1 Login Procedure
At the start up screen, you will see:
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Press the SPACE key until the login screen appears. When you see the login screen, you can logon to
device. Username use “admin”. When the system prompts you for a password, type “admin” to enter is O.K.
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4.2 Window structure
After you type the password, the main menu will display.
Above screen capture shows the common structure for all windows used throughout the configuration
console terminal.
From top to bottom, the window is divided into four major sections.
The very top line displays the product name.
Next a block of commands is listed where the ">>" symbol indicates the current cursor placeholder.
The next block down is the "command" section. The command that is selected and ready for execution is
displayed after the "Command:" prompt. The "<more…> designation indicates that there are other sub menus
to this command. The "Message:" field is used to display any special system messages or warnings.
Finally, at the very bottom of the screen is a help command line and reminder of the currently available
command keys. In most cases, the keyboards four cursor keys can be used to navigate all the menu system.
If for some reason your keyboard's cursor keys are not supported in the terminal emulation software, you may
uses the keys listed on the help command line.
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4.3 Menu Commands
Before changing the configuration, familiarize yourself with the operations list in the following table. The
operation list will be shown on the window.
Keypads
Description
[UP] or I
Move to above field in the same level menu
[DOWN] or K
Move to below field in the same lever menu
U
Move to top field in the same level menu
O
Move to bottom field in the same level
menu
Move back to previous menu (Exit)
[LEFT] or J
[RIGHT] , L or
[ENTER]
[TAB]
Move forward to submenu(Enter)
Ctrl + C
To quit the show data display screen
To choose another parameters
Note: In most cases, the cursor keys on a full sized keyboard will also work to navigate the menu system.
4.4 Main Menu Summary
The main menu is prompt as follow.
Menu Title
Function
Setup
To setup SHDSL type, SHDSL parameters and E1/Data/Ethernet
parameters or restore factory default setting.
Status
To show SHDSL status, E1 /V.35/Ethernet status and statistics or
clear the statistics on both local and remote side.
Show
To show general information, all configurations and all
configurations in command script format.
Reboot
To reboot the system
Diag
To setup diagnostic utility
Upgrade
To upgrade firmware (kernel and FPGA code)
Exit
To exit this system
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4.5 [Setup] Configuration
This section provides information about configuration the G.SHDSL NTU. Follow the procedures:
In main menu, select setup and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT]
Press [ENTER] or [L] key to select which channel (Local side or Remote side).
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The screen will prompt as follows:
E1 interface model
You can see the E1 parameters that can be set.
Data interface model
You can see Data parameters can be set.
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Ethernet interface model
You can see Ethernet parameters can be set.
4.5.1 Configure Interface
Select Interface item, and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT] to setup NTU Interface.
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Press [TAB] to select the operating type and press enter to finish setting.
Model
E1 interface model
Interface modes support
E1
Data interface model
Data
Ethernet interface model
Ethernet
4.5.2 Configure SHDSL parameters
This section will introduce the configuration of SHDSL parameters.
Select Shdsl , and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
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The SHDSL parameters items include SHDSL Mode, Annex type, PSD, SNR margin and Power backoff.
To configure SHDSL mode, move the cursor to Mode and press [ENTER] or [L]. Select the SHDSL mode by
using the [TAB] key.
Setup SHDSL parameter, Mode
There are three SHDSL modes: STU-R, STU-C-INTCLK and STU-C-EXTCLK.
INTCLK: The device will generate the appropriate clock speed defined by the speed setting of the interface.
EXTCLK: The device will accept the clock from the interface and will use that clock to receive and transmit
data across the interface.
Most applications use Internal Clock. If the DTE provides a clock with TX data, the clock can set to be
External Clock.
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To configure the SHDSL Annex type, move the cursor to Annex and press [ENTER or [L]]. Select the Annex
type by using the [TAB] key.
Setup SHDSL parameter, Annex
There are two annex types: Annex-A and Annex-B
To configure SHDSL PSD, move the cursor to psd and press [ENTER] or [L]. Select the parameter by using
the [TAB] key.
Setup SHDSL parameter, PSD
There are four PSD types: R1_ASM, R2_ASM, SYM_ENABLE and ASYM_DISABLE.
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To set SHDSL Margin, move the cursor to margin and press [ENTER] or [L]. You can key the SHDSL margin
setting value.
Setup SHDSL parameter, SNR Margin
SNR margin is an index of line connection. You can see the actual SNR margin from 0 to 10 in STATUS
SHDSL. The larger SNR margin indicates a better line connection. For example, if you set SNR margin in the
field to 3, the SHDSL connection will drop and reconnect when the SNR margin is lower than 3.
To configure SHDSL Power Back off function, move the cursor to Pwr Backoff and press [ENTER] or [L].
Select the parameter by using the [TAB] key.
Setup SHDSL parameter, Power Backoff
There are two power back-off types: Disable and Enable.
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4.5.3 Configure E1 parameters
When using the E1 interface model, select the E1 item and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
The E1 settings include: Channel, line code, AIS and build out settings.
Setup E1 Parameter, Channel
Framing is required to recover the channelized E1. In transparent operation, the framing is configured as
Unframed. In this case the G.SHDSL framer must be set to Nx64 with N=32. For any framing such as FAS or
CAS, the G.SHDSL framer must be set to E1, then the E1 framing here may be set accordingly. The default
setting is PCM31C.
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Channel
Framing
PCM31
FAS
PCM31C
FAS+CRC4
PCM30
FAS+CAS
PCM30C
FULL
FAS+CAS+CRC4
Unframed E1
(transparent)
Time Slot
0
1
FAS
FAS
64k
64k
2
3
4 Signal
5 use 7-bit
6 pattern
7
9 ~frame
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Frame
Alignment
to 8establish and maintain
synchronization. The FAS word is located in timeslot 0 of frame. In FAS mode
there have 1~31 timeslot available for use data.
64k
64k
64k
PCM31 and PCM31C
64k
/
64k
64k
64k
Maximun
Data Rate
1948kbps
FAS
and
FAS+CRC4
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1408k
Also known as time slot 16 multiframing. It requires a multiframe alignment
signal to be present for frame sync. The Multiframe Alignment Signal
(MFAS) is inserted into the 16th timeslot of frame 0 of the 16-frame
multiframe.
In CAS mode, there have 30 channels available for user data. If timeslot 16
is included in the unit’s mapping, it will be disregarded.
CAS
PCM30
and
PCM30C
/
FAS+CAS
and
FAS+CAS+CRC4
The CRC-4 checksum bits are transmitted in the outgoing E1 data
stream.
Also the received signal is checked for errors.
CRC-4 checksum cannot be sent in unframed mode.
CRC4
Unframed
In this mode, user data is inserted into all 32 channels (64k x 32 =
2048k) of the E1 stream. The object of running without framing is to
utilize the full bandwidth of the E1 line.
UNFRAMED
G.703 (E1) can supports data rate of 2048kbps, so the maximum data rate of SHDSL line, connected with E1
DCEs, depends on data rate of E1, 2048kbps.
DTE
E1
SHDSL
STU-C (E1)
E1
STU-R (E1)
DTE
Frame E1
Data rate 2048
If the connection is E1 vs V.35 or V.35 vs E1, the framing must use N x 64k. In this case, the data rate
depends on value of N. SHDSL and V35 can support 2304kbps data rate (36 x 64k) but E1 supports
maximum data rate of 2048kbps (32 x 64k).
DTE
DTE
E1
SHDSL
STU-C (E1)
V.35
Frame N x 64 (N=1~32)
STU-R
(V.35)
SHDSL
STU-C (V.35)
STU-R (E1)
V.35
E1
DTE
DTE
Frame N x 64 (N=1~32)
Time slot, N value, is place of data in the frame. Time Slot Number 1~31 (N=1~31) is Fractional E1 and Time
Slot Number 32 (N=32) is unframed.
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Fractional E1
For fractional E1( FE1), the data rate is from 64k, N=1, to 1984k, N=31, according to the E1 frame.
If the E1 frame is PCM31(FAS) or PCM31C(FAS+CRC4), there are 1~31 available time slots for data use.
For example, if the data rate of SHDSL line is set to 512k, the time slot number is 8 and first time slot number
is 1. The frame is shown as below.
Time Slot
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FAS
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
9 ~ 30
31
1408k
64k
The First Time Slot setting of FAS and FAS+ CRC4 (PCM31 and PCM31C) must follow this rule:
RULE
First Time Slot ? 31- Time Slot Number
First Time Slot ? 31- Time Slot Number
Using E1 framing FAS+CAS or FAS+CAS+CRC4(PCM30 or PCM30C), the [FAS] will occupy Time Slot 0
and [CAS] will occupy Time Slot 16. There are only 30 Time Slots left for data. The data rate is 1920kbps
(30x64Kbps).
Time Slot
0
1
2
3
4
16
5 ~ 15
FAS
64k
17 ~ 30
31
896k
64k
CAS
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
704k
The First Time Slot setting of FAS+CAS and FAS+CAS+CRC4 (PCM30 and PCM30C) must to follow this
rule:
RULE
First Time Slot ? 30 - Time Slot Number
First Time Slot ? 30 - Time Slot Number
Unframed E1
Used data is inserted into all 32 channels (64Kbps x 32 = 2048Kpbs) of the E1 bit stream
Time Slot
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 ~ 30
31
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
64k
1408k
64k
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Setup E1 Parameter, Line Code
The G.SHDSL NTU supports two different line codes: HDB3 or AMI.
HDB3 is the most popular and preferred line coding and is also the default setting.
AMI line coding is also selectable.
HDB3
AMI
In this line coding, the transmitter substitutes a deliberate bipolar violation when
excessive zeros in the data stream are detected. The receiver recognizes these
special violations and decodes them as zeros. This method enables the network to
minimum pulse density requirements. Unless AMI is required for your application,
HDB3 should be used whenever possible.
Alternate Mark Inversion defines a pulse as a “mark,” a binary one as, as opposed to
a zero. In an E1 network connection, signals are transmitted as a sequence of one
and zero. One is sent as pulse, and zero is sent as space, i.e. no pulse. Every other
pulse is inverted from the previous pulse in polarity, so that the signal can be
effectively transmitted. This means, however, that a long sequence of zero in data
stream will cause problems, since the NTU receiving the signal relies on the signal to
recover the 2048kbps clock.
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Setup E1 Parameter, AIS
AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) is a method to inform the remote connection that there is a signal or sync
problem with the E1. AIS is only valid in framed mode E1, not in Unframed E1. The setting here of AIS
enabled (on) or not (off) and is for testing with AIS. When enabled, the E1 will transmit the forced AIS and it
should be confirmed at the remote device (AIS indication lit). After testing, please turn AIS back off.
For example 1: When STU-R E1 RX line is drop, STU-R sends the status to STU-C via EOC or command,
and then STU-C will send AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) to DTE while AIS function is enabled.
For example 2: When SHDSL connection drops, STU-R and STU-C both send AIS (Alarm Indication Signal)
to DTE in the same time while AIS function is enabled.
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Setup E1 Parameter, Build Out
The G.SHDSL NTU can support both unbalanced E1 at 75 ohms and balanced E1 at 120 ohms. The settings
for impedance are made here under the build out menu setting.
4.5.4 Configure Data parameters
When using the Data interface model, select the Serial item and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
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The Serial settings include: Interface, data rate, clocking and handshaking lines (RTS, CTS, DSR and
DCD) setup etc.
Setup Data Parameter, Interface
You can set Data interface to V.35 or RS-530(X.21,RS-449) hardware standard.
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Setup Data Parameter, Data Rate
For Data data rate, the default setting is N=32. The date rate can be adjusted in increments of 64kbps from
64kbps to 2304kbps (N=1~36).
Setup Data Parameter, Clock Polarity
The data port clock polarity may be adjusted to solve some rare clocking issues that can result from varying
cable lengths. The default setting is 'Normal' clock polarity, where data is sent on the positive transition of the
clock, while the option exists to set inverse clock polarity where data is sent on the negative clock transition.
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Setup Data Parameter, RTS
The behavior of the RTS (Request To Send) signal may be set in one of two ways. When set 'on', the RTS
signal is always forced high (on, positive voltage or SPACE), when set 'from DTE' the RTS signal will follow
the DTE's condition. The default setting for RTS is ON.
Setup Data Parameter, CTS
The behavior of the CTS (Clear To Send) signal may be set in one of three ways. When set 'on', the CTS
signal is always forced high (on, positive voltage or SPACE), when set 'off' the signal is always forced low
(off, negative voltage or MARK), or CTS will follow RTS (Request To Send) condition of 'on' for RTS on 'off'
for RTS off. The default setting for CTS is to follow RTS.
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Setup Data Parameter, DSR
The behavior of the DSR (Data Set Ready) signal may be set in one of three ways. When set 'on', the DSR
signal is always forced high (on, positive voltage or SPACE), when set 'off' the signal is always forced low
(off, negative voltage or MARK), or DSR will follow DTR (Data Terminal Ready) condition of 'on' for DTR on or
'off' for DTR off. The default setting for DSR is ON.
Setup Data Parameter, DCD
The behavior of the DCD (Data Carrier Detect) signal may be set in one of three ways. When set 'on', the
DCD signal is always forced high (on, positive voltage or SPACE), when set 'off' the signal is always forced
low (off, negative voltage or MARK), or DCD will follow the DSL condition of 'on' for DSL link or 'off' for DSL
no link. The default setting for DCD is to follow the DSL link status.
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Setup Data Parameter, Delay
The delay setting is used to cause a delay for CTS to follow RTS. The delay setting may be set from 0 to 3
milliseconds. The default setting is 3 milliseconds.
4.5.5 Configure Ethernet parameters
When using the Ethernet interface model, select the Ethernet item and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
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The Ethernet settings include: data rate, auto config, duplex and speed.
Setup Interface Parameter, Data Rate
For date rate, the default setting is 36, or full rate. The date rate can be adjusted in increments of 64kbps from
64kbps to 2304kbps (N=1~36).
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Setup Ethernet Parameter, Auto Configuration
You can select Enable and Disable for auto configuration.
When auto configuration enabled, the other parameters Duplex and Speed cannot be set.
On this case, the message will show as ”Ethernet is in auto negotiate”
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If auto configuration is disabled, the other parameter Duplex and Speed can setup in forced mode.
Setup Ethernet Parameter, Duplex
You can set up the duplex mode as Full-Duplex or Half-Duplex.
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Setup Ethernet Parameter, Speed
You can set up the Ethernet speed as 10Mbps or 100Mbps.
Duplex Mismatch issues
When using forced mode Ethernet, be sure that both devices on the Ethernet cable are set to the same
forced mode speed and duplex. Do not connect a forced mode Ethernet device to an auto negotiation device
unless you set the forced mode device to half duplex. This is because when an auto negotiation device fails
negotiation, it assumes a half duplex mode. This is the standard behavior defined in IEEE 802.3u.
4.5.6 Enable and Disable Remote configuration
You can set the “Enable/Disable Remote Config Capability” so that the remote side can receive configuration
parameters remotely.
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4.5.7 Restore factory default setting
The G.SHDSL NTU can have all settings restored to their original factory settings simply by going to the
setting menu, selecting the Default item, and then press ENTER. The system will ask for a y(es) or n(o)
confirmation followed by an ENTER.
When the message DONE is displayed, it means that the restore was succesful.
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The default vaules are as the following:
SHDSL
E1
Data
Ethernet
setup NTU Interface
setup NTU Type
setup Shdsl Annex
setup Shdsl Psd
setup Shdsl Margin
setup Shdsl Power BackOff
E1
STU-R
Annex-B
ASYM_DISABLE
0
Disable
setup E1 Channel
setup E1 Slot Number
setup E1 First Slot
setup E1 code
setup E1 AIS
setup E1 Build Outs
PCM31C
31
1
HDB3
Off
120 Ohm
setup Data Interface
setup Data Data Rate
setup Data Clock
setup Data Rts
setup Data Cts
setup Data Dsr
setup Data Dcd
setup Data Delay
V35
32
normal
on
from_rts
on
from_dsl
3
Setup Ethernet Rate
setup Ethernet Auto Config
setup Ethernet Speed
setup Ethernet Duplex
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Enable
Auto negotiate
Auto negotiate
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4.6 [Status] View the system status
You can use the status command to view the status of SHDSL, E1, Data and Interface as well as statistic and
clear the statistic log. Select status and press [ENTER].
If the two SHDSL NTU modems are connected, you can also view the remote side’s statistic data.
4.6.1 Show SHDSL Status
Select SHDSL command to show the status of SHDSL.
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You will see the following screen:
The SHDSL status will display a real-time status of the SHDSL on local side and remote side if the two NTUs
have connected. The screen is refreshed about every 1.5 seconds. The monitoring window displays the
SHDSL line parameters, such as Line Rate, SNR margin, attenuation and Receiver Gain, Transmit Power,
Loopback and BERT status etc. The lower window displays the loopback and BER test status.
Table of SHDSL Line rate vs. Data rate:
SHDSL Line rate
Data Rate (kbps)
2304(n=36)
2240(n=35)
Number of time Nx64K for
slot for E1
Data and
Ethernet
Can’t use
36
Can’t use
35
2176(n=34)
2112(n=33)
Can’t use
Can’t use
34
33
2048(n=32)
32(unframed)
32
1984(n=31)
31
31
1920(n=30)
30
30
1856(n=29)
29
29
1792(n=28)
28
28
…………..
………..
…
384(n=6)
320(n=5)
6
5
6
5
256(n=4)
4
4
192(n=3)
3
3
192(n=3)*
2
2
192(n=3)*
1
1
Note (*) : Because the SHDSL minimum line rate starts at 192kbps(n=3) , all settings on all
interfaces with apply 64kbps(n=1) or 128kbps(n=2) are actually using 192kbps DSL line rate.
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4.6.2 Show Interface Status
Select the Interface command to show the Interface status:
You can see all the interface status of E1, V.35 and Ethernet depending on the model used. While in this
display mode the terminal window will not timeout. To exit the window, press CTRL-C.
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4.6.3 Show Current Performance
Select Current Perf command to show the Current Performance.
This window displays the accumulated performance data for the current 15 minute interval and for the current
24 hour interval. While in this display mode the terminal window will not timeout. To exit the window, press
CTRL-C.
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4.6.4 View the Local and remote Statistics
Select Loc_statistic command to show the local side statistic information.
Either 15 minute or 24 hour statistics can be viewed by using the [TAB] key
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The statistics display window will display performance monitor data for the selected interval (15 minutes or 24
hours).
The display will show the recorded results for ES (error seconds), SES(severely errored seconds), UAS
(unavailable seconds), and LOSW (loss of sync word). While in this display mode the terminal window will not
timeout. The 15 minute display window will display all the performance information for each 15 minute interval
in the current 24 hour period. There are a total of 96 intervals.
Press the ENTER key to display the next page of intervals. To exit the window, press CTRL-C and then
ENTER.
The performance monitor is capable of storing and retrieving performance information for each 24 hour
interval, up to 7 days.
For E1 Interface model , there are both SHDSL and E1 performance items.
View the performance monitor data for the selected interval 15 minutes:
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View the performance monitor data for the selected interval 1 day:
For Data and Ethernet Interface models, there are performance data for SHDSL only.
View the performance monitor data for the selected interval 15 minutes:
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View the performance monitor data for the selected interval 1 day:
If you want to view the remote side’s statistics, please use the Rmt-statistics function as follows.
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The following are commonly used acronyms:
ES
UAS
SES
LOSW
Number of error seconds in which one or more CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
error
events occurred during the current interval. This value is updated every time.
Number of unavailable seconds in which a failed signal occurred during the
current
interval. This value is updated every time.
Number of severely errored seconds in which 832 or more CRC error events
occurred
during the current interval. This value is updated every time.
Number of seconds with loss of sync word during the current interval. This
value is
updated every time.
4.6.5 Clear Channel Statistics
If you want clear the statistics log data, please select clear command and choose Local, Remote or Both
side to clear.
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4.7 [Show] View System Configuration
By using show command, you can view the system configuring. Select show and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
4.7.1 Show general Interface
To show system information, please select system and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT]. The screen will prompt
the system information.
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The cursor is already on the System command, so press ENTER and the following screen will display the
general system information.
Most of the information on this screen is either self explanatory or it is simply irrelevant for the end user.
However, two items, the Kernel (SW Version) and FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) version will give
the software and hardware versions respectively of NTU. These are important to know in case new firmware
becomes available in the future to add extra functions of to fix unknown bugs from the original manufactured
equipment.
4.7.2 Show configuration in listing format
To show the system configuration, please select Config and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT]. The screen will list
the all configuration data.
For E1 interface model:
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For Serial interface model:
For Ethernet interface model:
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4.7.3 Show configuration in command script
To show the system script file, please select Script and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT]. The screen will list the
configuration in script type.
For E1 interface model:
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For Serial interface model:
For Ethernet interface model:
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4.8 [Reboot] Reboot the system
In main menu, move the cursor to reboot and press [ENTER]. The device will reboot after confirming.
After the reboot operation has finished, RAM test are start again.
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4.9 [Diag] Diagnostic – Loopback and BER Test
The diagnostic facility allows you to test the different aspects of your G.SHDSL NTU to determine if it is
working properly. Select diag and press [ENTER] .
4.9.1 Loopback test
Loopback can test whether the NTU is properly working with the connected device.
Press [ENTER] or [RIGNT] to setup the loopback.
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The loopback screen looks like the following:
For more information about those loopback functions, please refer the Keypads and LCD setting chapter.
4.9.2 BER Test
The product supports Bit Error Rate Testing (BERT). To configure the BERT, move the cursor to BerTest and
press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
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The BER Test screen looks like the following:
The G.SHDSL NTU includes an internal Bit Error Rate Tester (BERT) for complete testing of local and remote
modem and the link quality without any need for external test equipment. This built-in Bit Error Rate Test
generator can generates a standard 2047 (211-1) test pattern (Pseudorandom test pattern, 2047 bits in
length).
Test Pattern 2047
Time Elapsed
Pattern Framing
Bit Error Count
Refresh counter
Use the standard 2047 (211-1) test pattern
Show the time elapsed count
Show the linking is sync or no sync
Show the bit error counter
Page refresh counter
You can press CTRL-C to quit this page anytime.
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4.10 [Upgrade] firmware upgrade
This section will introduce how to upgrade the kernel and FPGA code of G.SHDSL NTU. Select upgrade in
main menu and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
Please note that when you use Remote Upgrade feature, it means you can use this feature to update
firmware to the remote unit as described below.
During upgrade and re-flash, the normal transmissions will be halted, so the upgrade should be done when
the system is taken offline or done during a time of extremely low impact to the customer’s line. Any power
failure during re-flashing could leave the modem in an unrecoverable state, requiring factory repair.
The upgrade process uses the Xmodem protocol via the rear panel’s serial console port.
Following shows the upgrade feature:
Before upgrading the SHDSL NTU, make sure you have the Kernel code and FPGA code files in your
computer.
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When you upgrade the kernel code, select the Kernel item and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
Click Send file in terminal access program, hyper terminal, to send the file. Make sure the sending protocol is
Xmodem. Select the source file in window and press OK.
When it was upgrading, you can see as following:
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If you want to upgrade the FPGA code, select FPGA item and press [ENTER] or [RIGHT].
When it is upgrading, you will see the following:
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Once the upload is complete, make the final confirmation to erase and re-write the flash with new code. After
the upgrade procedure is finished, you can reboot the system, which will load the new firmware version.
If the local side and remote side have connected, you can use the remote side firmware upgrade function.
Below shows the remote upgrade feature:
Remote upgrade - Kernel
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Remote upgrade - FPGA
Before upgrading the NTU, you must have the Kernel code file and FPGA code file in your computer.
WARNING!!: Do not allow any interruption of power during the erase and re-write operation or the Flash will
be left in an unknown state and the device will no longer be able to function. The device must then be
returned to the factory for repair.
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4.11 [Exit] Exit the system
To exit the system, you can use exit command. Select exit from the main menu and press [ENTER] or
[RIGHT]. Answer y(es) to confirm.
After pressing [ENTER], the console will be disconnected.
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When disconnected, you may re-connect by pressing [Space] key to restart the login display.
The new login screen will show again, you can type username and password again to re-enter this system.
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5 Appendix
5.1 Abbreviations
AIS
Alarm Indication Signal
AMI
Alternate mark inversion
ASYM
Asymmetric
ATM
B8ZS
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Bipolar with 8 zero substitution
BER
Bit error rate
BERT
Bit Error Rate Tester
BNC
Bayonet Nut Coupling
Bayonet Neill-Concelman
Barrel Nut Connector
Bayonet Nipple Connector
Bayonet Navy Connector
Baby N Connector
bps
Bits per second
CAS
Channel Associated Signaling
CEPT
CERR
European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications
Administrations.
CRC Errors
CO
Central Office
CPE
Customer Premises Equipment
CPU
Central processing unit
CRC
Cyclic redundancy check
CRC4
Cyclic redundancy check 4 bit
CRS
Carrier Sense
CSU
Channel service unit
CTS
Clear to send
DCD
Data carrier detect
DCE
Data communication equipment
DSL
Digital subscriber loop
DSR
Data set ready
DSLAM
DTE
DSL Access Multiplexer
Data terminal equipment
DTR
Data terminal ready
E BIT GEN
Remote End Block Error Bit generation
EOC
ES
ESF
ETSI
Embedded operations channel
Number of Error second (Errors/Second)
Extended super frame
European Telecommunications Standardization Institute
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FAS
Frame alignment signal
FCS
Frame Check Sequence
HDB3
High-Density Bipolar of order 3
HDLC
High-Level Data Link Control
HEC
Header error check
I/F
Interface
ITU
International Telecommunication Union
ITU-T
LBO
ITU-Telecommunication Standardization Sector
Line Build Out
LIU
Line Interface Unit
LOC
LOF
Loss of Connection
Loss of frame
LOS
Loss of signal
LOSW
Loss of synchronization word
LTU
Line Termination Unit
MAS
Multi-frame Alignment Sequence (CAS Format)
MFAS
Multi-frame Alignment Sequence (CRC4 Format)
MHz
MegaHertz
NI
Network Interface
NRZ
Non-Return to Zero
NTU
Network Termination Unit
PABX
Private Automatic Branch Exchange
PAM
Pulse Amplitude Modulation
PLL
Phase-locked loop
POTS
PRBS
PSD
Plain Old Telephone Service
Pseudo-Random Bit Sequence
Power spectral density
QRSS
Quasi-Random Signal Source
RAI
Remote alarm indication
RESYNC
RJ-45
Resynchronization
Registered Jack-45
RTS
Request to send
RX
Receiver
SES
Number of Severely error seconds (more than 832 CRC
errors / second. Approximately equivalent to a bit error rate
of 1 x 10-3
SDLC
Synchronous data Link Control
SF
SHDSL
Super Frame
Symmetric High-Bitrate Digital Subscriber Loop
SLC
Subscriber Loop Carrier
SMF
Sub-Multi frame
SNA
System Network Architecture
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SNR MARGIN
Signal to noise ration margin
STU
SHDSL Terminal Unit
STU-C
SHDSL Terminal Unit - Central office side
STU-R
SHDSL Terminal Unit - Remote side
STU-C-INTCLK
STU-C internal clock
STU-R-EXTCLK
STU-R external clock
SYM
Symmetric
SYNC
Synchronization
TC-PAM
Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation
TDM
Time Division Multiplexing
TPS-TC
Transmission Protocol Specific TC layer
TX
Transmitter
Tx Power
Transmission power
UAS
UI
Unavailable second
User interface
WAN
Wide Area Network
xDSL
“Any” DSL , (ADSL , HDSL ,SHDSL or VDSL etc)
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5.2 Data Interface Pin Assignments
The table below displays Data Interface Pin Assignments for the Serial DCE Model
.
Function
Abbrev.
Direction
RS-530
V.35
DB-25(F) M.34(F)
X.21
DB-15(F)
Frame Ground
FG
N/A
1
A
1
Transmit Data
TD
Input
2
P
2
Receive Data
RD
Output
3
R
4
Request to Send
RTS
Input
4
C
3
Clear to Send
CTS
Output
5
D
Data Set Ready
DSR
Output
6
E
Signal Ground
SG
N/A
7
B
8
Data Carrier Detect
DCD
Output
8
F
5
Secondary Receiver Clock
(S)RC
Output
9
X
13
Secondary Data Carrier Detect (S)DCD
Output
10
Secondary External
Transmitter Clock
(S)ETC
Input
11
W
Secondary Transmitter Clock
(S)TC
Output
12
AA
Secondary Clear to Send
(S)CTS
Output
13
Secondary Transmit Data
(S)TD
Input
14
S
Transmitter Clock
TC
Output
15
Y
Secondary Receive Data
(S)RD
Output
16
T
11
Receiver Clock
RC
Output
17
V
6
Local Loopback
12
7
9
18
Secondary Request to Send
(S)RTS
Input
19
Data Terminal Ready
DTR
Input
20
Remote Loopback
10
H
21
Secondary Data Set Ready
(S)DSR
Output
22
Secondary Data Terminal
Ready
(S)DTR
Input
23
External Transmitter Clock
ETC
Input
24
Test Indicator
25
The front view of DB-25(F) Data interface connector on rear panel:
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U
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5.3 V.35 DB25(M) to M.34(F) adaptor Cable
If the DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) connector is using 34-pin Winchester type, we must use
the cable adaptor from DB-25 to Winchester (M.34).
The pin out of cable on DB-25(male) Connector to M.34(female) Connector
DB-25 Pin Signal
2
TD
14
TD
3
RD
16
RD
4
RTS
5
CTS
6
DSR
20
DTR
24
XTC
11
XTC
15
TC
12
TC
17
RC
9
RC
1
FGND
7
GND
8
DCD
M.34 Pin
P
S
R
T
C
D
E
H
U
W
Y
AA
V
X
A
B
F
Description
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Ready To Send
Clear To Send
Data Set Ready
Data Terminal Ready
DTE Transmit Clock
DTE Transmit Clock
Transmit Clock
Transmit Clock
Receive Clock
Receive Clock
Protective Ground
Signal Ground
Data Carrier Detect
The front view of DB-25(M) connector and V.35(F) connector on this cable:
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V.35 interface (34-pin Winchester type) contains the following signals:
Pin
Signal
Abbr.
DTE
DCE
A
Chassis Ground
FGND
---
---
B
Signal Ground
GND
---
---
C
Request To Send
RTS
Out
In
D
Clear To Send
CTS
In
Out
E
Data Set Ready
DSR
In
Out
F
Data Carrier Detect
DCD
In
Out
H
Data Terminal Ready
DTR
Out
In
J
Unassigned
K
Unassigned
L
Unassigned
M
Unassigned
N
Unassigned
P
Send Data A
SD(A)
Out
In
R
Receive Data A
RD(A)
In
Out
S
Send Data B
SD(B)
Out
In
T
Receive Data B
RD(B)
In
Out
U
Terminal Timing A
SCTE(A) Out
In
V
Receive Timing A
SCR(A)
Out
W
Terminal Timing B
SCTE(B) Out
In
X
Receive Timing B
SCR(B)
In
Out
Y
Send Timing A
SCT(A)
In
Out
Z
Unassigned
AA
Send Timing B
SCT(B)
In
Out
BB
Unassigned
CC
Unassigned
DD
Unassigned
EE
Unassigned
FF
Unassigned
HH
Unassigned
JJ
Unassigned
KK
Unassigned
LL
Unassigned
MM
Unassigned
NN
Unassigned
In
V.35 is a partially balanced, partially single-ended interface specification. The data leads and clock
leads are balanced, the handshake leads are single-ended.
TD, RD, TC, RC and XTC are differential signals conforming to RS-422/V.11. Remaining signals
conform to RS-232.
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5.4 X.21 DB25(M) to DB15(F) adaptor Cable
For X.21 application, we must use the DB-25 to DB-15 adaptor cable for connects to a X.21 DTE DB-15
male cable.
The pin out of cable on DB-25(male) Connector to DB-15(Female) (X.21) Connector
DB-25 Pin
1
7
2
14
3
16
4
19
8
10
17
9
Signal
FGND
GND
T
T
R
R
C
C
I
I
S
S
DB-15 (X.21) Pin
1
8
2
9
4
11
3
10
5
12
6
13
Description
Protective Ground
Signal Ground
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Request To Send
Request To Send
Data Carrier Detect
Data Carrier Detect
Receive Clock
Receive Clock
All signals are balanced. Meaning there is always a pair (+/-) for each signal, like used in
RS422. The X.21 signals are the same as RS422, so please refer to RS422 for the exact details.
The front view of DB-25(M) connector and DB-15(F) connector on this cable:
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The pin out of DB-15 connector on X.25 adaptor cable:
Pin Signal
Abbr.
DTE
DCE
1
Shield
2
Transmit (A)
TA
Out
In
3
Control (A)
CA
Out
In
4
Receive (A)
RA
In
Out
5
Indication (A)
IA
In
Out
6
Signal Timing (A)
SA
In
Out
7
Unassigned
8
Ground
9
Transmit (B)
TB
Out
In
10
Control (B)
CB
Out
In
11
Receive (B)
RB
In
Out
12
Indication (B)
IB
In
Out
13
Signal Timing (B)
SB
In
Out
14
Unassigned
15
Unassigned
Functional Description:
The Signal Element Timing (clock) (S) is provided by the DCE. This means that the NTU will
output the correct clocking and that X.21 is a synchronous interface. Hardware handshaking
is done by the Control (C) and Indication ( I ) lines. The Control is used by the DTE and the
Indication is used by DCE.
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5.5 Console Cable
The front view of RJ-45 console cable socket on rear panel:
The wire connection of console cable DB-9(Female) to RJ-45:
DB9 (Female)
RJ-45
1
DCD
1
DSR
2
RXD
2
DCD
3
TXD
3
DTR
4
DTR
4
GND
5
GND
5
RXD
6
DSR
6
TXD
7
RTS
7
CTS
8
CTS
8
RTS
9
NC
The signal direction of console cable:
1
8
1
The pin assignment of RJ-45 modular jack on the console cable:
Pin Number Abbrev.
Description
1
DSR
DCE ready
Received Line Signal
2
DCD
Detector
3
DTR
DTE ready
4
GND
Signal Ground
5
RXD
Received Data
6
TXD
Transmitted Data
7
CTS
Clear to Send
8
RTS
Request to Send
Top View
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8
Front View
Figure
5.6 E1 Balance Cable
The front view of RJ-48C E1 balance cable socket on rear panel:
1
8
The pin out of RJ-48C plug on the G.703 120Ω E1 balance cable:
Pin Number
Description
1
E1 interface receive pair-ring
2
E1 interface receive pair-tip
3
No connection
4
E1 interface transmit pair-ring
5
E1 interface transmit pair-tip
6
No connection
7
No connection
8
No connection
1
8
Figure
Front View
Top View
The pin out of cable on DB-15(female) Connector to RJ-48C Connector:
DB15(Female)
Pin Number
RJ-48C
Pin number
Description
11
4
Transmit Ring
5
3
Rx Shield
9
1
Receive Ring
6
6
TX Shield
3
5
Transmit Tip
1
2
Receive Tip
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5.7 E1 Unbalance Cable
Connections to the E1 BNC ports are made using a 75-ohm coaxial cable with a bayonet-style twist-lock
BNC connector.
We do not provide the cable. It is widely available from other sources.
The front view of BNC sockets on rear panel:
The internal wiring between BNC sockets and RJ-48C:
Signal Name
BNC Connecters
RJ-48C
Connector
Transmit Tip
Center pin of Tx Connector
5
Transmit Ring
Shield of Tx Connector
4
Receive Tip
Center pin of Rx Connector
2
Receive Ring
Shield of Rx Connector
1
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5.8 Ethernet Cable
The Ethernet cables should be 4 pair unscreened cable (UTP) or screened (STP) of type CAT5 (or higher).
Both crossed and normal wiring styles are supported by the auto-MDIX feature of the NTU.
We do not provide the cable. It is widely available from other sources.
The front view of RJ-45 Ethernet cable socket on rear panel:
The pin out of RJ-45 Ethernet Connector:
Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal Name
Transmit Data +
Transmit Data Receive Date +
Not used
Not used
Receive Date Not used
Not used
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5.9 DSL Cable
The front view of DSL cable socket on rear panel:
The pin out of RJ-45 modular jack on DSL cable:
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Figure
No connection
No connection
LOOP 2 Input/Output
LOOP 1 Input/Output
LOOP 1 Input/Output
LOOP 2 Input/Output
No connection
No connection
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5.10 Power Cord
The front view of IEC-320 C6 type AC Inlet on rear panel:
The pin out of AC Inlet connector:
Pin number
Description
E
Earth conductor
L
Live, hot or active conductor
N
Neutral or identified conductor
The socket of the power cord is using IEC-320 C5 type. This 3-connector colloquially called “Mickey
Mouse” or “Clover Leaf”.
The front view of C5 line socket of the power cord:
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5.11 Illustration of Loopback connection device (E1)
RJ-48C
Pin number
4
3
Description
Transmit Ring
Rx Shield
1
Receive Ring
6
5
2
TX Shield
Transmit Tip
Receive Tip
Make the short circuit/wiring with a RJ-45 module jack of the following:
PIN1Å----ÆPIN4
PIN2 Å----ÆPIN5
The top view of RJ-45 module jack on short circuit/wiring:
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5.12 Illustration of Loopback connection device (Data)
DB-25(M)
Pin
number
2
14
3
16
4
5
6
20
Signal Description
24
11
15
12
17
9
1
7
XTC
XTC
TC(A)
TC(B)
RC(A)
RC(B)
FGND
GND
Transmit Data
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data
Ready To Send
Clear To Send
Data Set Ready
Data Terminal
Ready
DTE Transmit Clock
DTE Transmit Clock
Transmit Clock
Transmit Clock
Receive Clock
Receive Clock
Protective Ground
Signal Ground
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DCD
Data Carrier Detect
TD(A)
TD(B)
RD(A)
RD(B)
RTS
CTS
DSR
DTR
Make the short circuit/wiring with a DB-25(male) connector of the following:
PIN2 Å----ÆPIN3
PIN14Å---ÆPIN16
PIN4 Å----ÆPIN5
PIN6 Å---ÆPIN20
The back side view of DB-15(male) connector on short circuit/wiring:
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