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CONTENTS Overall System Structure The Structure of Peripheral Switching Module(PSM : 8k)The Structure of Peripheral Switching Module(PSM : 8k) 4k and RLM Switching Network Module The Concrete Configuration of PSM
THE FEATURES OF THE ZXJ10 SWITCH Switching Network Module (SNM) Message Switching Module(MSM) Operation and Maintenance Module (OMM) Peripheral Switching Module (PSM) Remote Switching Module (RSM) MODULAR SYSTEM STRUCTURE Central module
MODULAR SYSTEM STRUCTURE Remote Subscriber Line Module (RLM) Packet Switching Handling Module (PHM) Mobile Switching Module (MPM) Internet Access Module (IAM) (IP access Server)
MAIN FUNCTIONS OF A PSM In the Single Modules Office,It Performs the PSTN,ISDN Subscriber Access and Call Handling, In a Multi-module Office,It Is Connected Into the Central Module As One of the Module Offices.
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THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM DTI:Digital Trunk Interface (One DTI Module is handle 4 PCM) SLU:Subscriber Line Unit (13 SLU in One PSM) SLC:Subscriber Line Circuit (One SLU have 40 SLC and One SLC have 24 Subscribers) 40 X 24 = 960 Subscriber. 960 X 13 = 12480 Subscribers in one PSM. Maximum Subscriber Capacity is 500,000 Maximum Trunks Capacity is 64000 Trunks DSN: Digital Switching Unit ( Simplified as T-Network )
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM DSNI: Digital Switching Network Interface FBI: Fiber Bus Interface SYCK (Synchronization Oscillator) CKI Function is to provide generate system clock in case of reference failure for SYCK. MTT: Multi Task Test Board SP: Subscriber Processor SPI: Subscriber Processor Interface PEPD: Environment parameter detecting board ASIG: Analog Signaling Unit MP: Main Processor COMM: Communication Module MONI Monitoring board
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM PSM Consists of the Following Basic Parts: Switching Unit Subscriber Unit Digital Trunk Unit Analog Signaling Unit Control Part Synchronization Part
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Switching Network Layer CKI:Function is to provide generate system clock in case of reference failure for SYCK SYCK:Synchronization Oscillator
standby active working active standby Working Mode: Active/Standby MP/DSN /DSNI-SP
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Switching Network Unit DSN Work mode:active /standby DSN Unit Can Handle Time Slot Switching of the Voice Channel. And Control Message Channel Constitution:2 DSN boards
DIGITAL SWITCHING NETWORK 2 DSN Board in a PSM Working Mode :Active/standby Each DSN Board Is a Time Division Non- blocking Switching Network With Embedded T&S Structure
DIGITAL SWITCHING NETWORK Main Function: Performing Voice Channel Connection Switching of Subscribers Inside the Module; Interconnected With Central Switching Network Module to Realize Inter-module Voice Channel Connection; For Mp to Set up Message Switching Connection and Communication Via Semi-permanent Connections With Function Units;
THE STRUCTURE OF A PSM Switching network unit T network unit ………... 0 1 2 31 63 62 61 32 64 bi-directional HW at 8Mb/s(128TS) a 8K×8K T network.
HWS DISTRIBUTION OF DSN IN PSM Each DSN board has 64 HWS. A HW bus rate is 8Mb/s(128ts) Each DSN board has a capacity of 8K*8K time slots
HWS DISTRIBUTION IN PSM DSN 01230123 Message communication 4 5 6 18 19 Inter-module connection 63 62 Self-looping testing Standby HW line 20 21 22 60 61 Connected with various units
HWS DISTRIBUTION IN PSM HW0~34HWUsed for Message Communication HW4-1916HWUsed For Inter-module Connections HW20-6142HW HW62 Usually a Standby HW Line, Though It Can Also Be for Communication Between Units Used for Self-looping TestingHW63 1HW SN. Function Used for Various Unit Connection Those Starting HW20 Upward Are Used for Connection With Subscriber Units. Each Subscriber Unit Seizes Two HW Lines; Those Starting Hw61 Downward Are Used for Connection With Digital Trunks and Analog Signaling Units. Each Unit Seizes One HW Line;
DSNI(DIGITAL SWITCHING NETWORK INTERFACE BOARD) Classification: An interface of MP level (MP-T network) An interface of SP level (SP –T network)
DSNI-C (DIGITAL SWITCHING NETWORK INTERFACE BOARD) Function: An interface of MP level (MP- DSN) It Drives the Various Signals Transmitted Between MP and DSN. It Performs the Conversion of 8mb/s Data Stream and 2mb/s Data Stream. A Pair of DSNI Boards Handle 4 HWs. MP--COMM--DSNI-C--DSN
DSNI-S (DIGITAL SWITCHING NETWORK INTERFACE BOARD) Function: It Drives Transmission Between Function Unit and DSN. No Data Rate Conversion A Pair of DSNI Boards Can Handle 16 HWs. SP--DSNI-S--DSN An interface of SP level (SP – DSN)
FBI (Fiber Bus Interface) It Applies Synchronous Multiplexing Technique and Optical Fiber Technique to Implement the Interconnections of Modules. It Uses Two Optical Fiber Lines to Transmit up to 16 Lines of 8mb/s PCM Signals It Can Reduce Connection Wires and Increase Anti- interference Ability of the System, and to Reduce Mutual Cross Talks Among Wires.
FBI(Fiber Bus Interface) Note : When HW Lines 4~19 Are Used for Intra-module Unit Connection,the FBI Board Must Be Replaced by the DSNI.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Subscriber line unit 2 SP:Active/standby 2 SPI(SP interface);active/standby MTT(multi-task test board):used for subscriber line test Max.40 SLC(subscriber line circuit) Each SLC board can provides 24 subscriber lines A subscriber unit occupies 2 HWs and 2 Comm. ports
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Digital trunk unit PCM 2Mb/s A A DT B B The Digital Trunk Unit Is the Interface Unit Between the Digital Switching System or Between Digital SPC Switches and Digital Transmission Devices.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Digital trunk unit DTI PCM1 PCM2 Provide 120 digital trunk subscribers for every board PCM3 PCM4 One DT unit only has one DTI board One DTI board has 4 PCM (sub-unit)
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Classification: DTI can be configured as CAS CCS Module Connect(Connection between modules) BRSU/ARSU (Connection with RLM/RSU) ISDN PRA (Primary Rate ISDN) One digital trunk unit occupies 1 HW,1 comm. port.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Analog signaling unit One Analog signaling unit only has one ASIG board. ASIG board can be configured as ---DTMF function ---MFC function ---TONE function ---CID function ---Conf. function
The structure of the PSM Analog signaling unit Each ASIG Provides 120 Channels. One ASIG Board Is Divided Into 2 Sub-units,to Be Separately Configured. DSP1# DSP2#
ASIG-1: With all the chip Chip 1: TONE/DTMF/MFC/CID/CONF Chip 2: TONE/DTMF/MFC/CID /CONF ASIG-2: W/O Conf. Chip for both DSPs Chip 1: DTMF/MFC/CID Chip 2: DTMF/MFC/CID ASIG-3: With TONE only for DSP1 Without Conf.Chip for both DSPs Chip 1: TONE/DTMF/MFC/CID Chip 2: DTMF/MFC/CID DSP1# DSP2#
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11121314151617181920 21222324252627 Control part
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Control part A Pair of Active and Standby MP Shared Memory Board(SMEM) Communication Board(COMM) Monitor Board(MON) Peripheral Environment (PEPD)
THE VOICE CHANNEL Suppose one subscriber in one SLU call another subscriber in another SLU,the voice channel will be as follows. SP---DSNI---DSN(T-network)---DSNI---SP
The Message Channel MP COMMCOMM DSNI C HW0 至 HW3 DSN SNM or other PSM function unit DSNI-S FBI
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Clock synchronous part Retrieving the reference clock from the superior exchange(DTI or FBI),it provides synchronization timing signals SYCK CKI SYCK Working mode:Active/standby
International office International office TS LS TMS End officeRSM Other country international office Plesiochronous Master/slave synchronization BITS(building integrated timing supply) SYNCHRONIZATION MODE Plesiochronous Master/slave synchronization
THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Clock synchronous unit According to the reference clock generates the synchronous clock for the module or system(PSM). SYCK(synchronization oscillator) 2 SYCK boards 1 CKI board
Function is to provide generate system clock in case of reference failure for SYCK. CKI THE STRUCTURE OF THE PSM Clock synchronous unit
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Compact switching module Flexible configuration COMM board 9,10 slots: Inter-module communication 11,12 slots: Intra-module communication 13,14 slots: NO.7,V5 boards ASIG board: 19-21 slots: Can share trunk slots DT board: 22-26 slots: 25,26 slots can be shared by DTI and ODT. PCM1 PCM2 PCM3 PCM4 E1:
Flexible configuration: T Net & HW lines HW0--HW2: Used for communication HW1--HW3: Idle HW4-HW6: Distributed to ASIG HW7-HW9: Distributed to DT HW10-HW17: Distributed to ODT HW18-HW29: Distributed to SP HW30-HW31: Used for self-looping Compact switching module
RLM:Remote subscriber line module, RSU It is a subscriber unit used in a remote subscriber group. Each RLM is usually restricted to with in 960 subscriber lines. The way of connection between the PSM and RLM can be RDT board or RODT board. RLM(RSU)
THE CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION Format: Module number_rack number_shelf number_board position number_circuit serial number
The circuit description Module number: PSM form an single module: #2 Rack number: 1 control rack and 1~4 subscriber rack. The control rack number:#1 The subscriber rack number:#2~#5
The circuit description Shelf number: 1# ~ 6# (starting from the bottom shelf ) Board position number: Circuit serial number: SLC:0~23 DTI: 0~127 1# ~ #27 0#~
The circuit description Subscriber line : Each analog subscriber board:24 subscriber circuits Each shelf;20 ASLC board Each subscriber unit :2 shelf Each subscriber unit:40*24=960 subscriber lines Each PSM: 13 subscriber units, 13*960=12480 subscriber lines
The circuit description Digital trunk : Each DTI board :4 PCM (4*2Mb/s ports=120 voice channel)
MP NT Server TCP/IP protocol NT Client.. NT Client router DDN PSTN/PSPDN MP
The Network Contain 3 Types of Nodes: Foreground Active/standby MP Background Servers(server) Background Maintenance Terminal(clients) The structure of background network
MP (foreground ) connects with background by the Ethernet. It uses the HUB to connect each other. The communication protocol is TCP/IP. The operating system of Sever and Client is WINDOWS NT
The structure of background network Each MP and the computer in background have a IP address respectively. The arrangement is as follows: 1~128 identify the active/standby Mps of the 64 modules(MP nodes) 129~133are background NT Server nodes 134~187 are background Client nodes 254 is for the specific alarm panel.
Feature of ZXJ-10 Single Module 12480 Subscribers 2880 Digital Trunks Traffic capacity: More than 4200 Erl. BHCA: The tested result is more than 600K 48 NO.7 links or 24 V5.2 interfaces. Active/ Standby non-blocking switching network of 8K×8K
Multi-Module. (62 Modules) 500000 Subscribers 64000 Digital Trunks Traffic Capacity: More than130000Erl BHCA: More than 7800K Switching Network can be 32K, 64K, 128K, and 256K
Operation and Maintenance According to the size of modules, SNM can be such types as of 32K, 64K, 128K, and 256K, of which 32k network can be employed to connect with 13 PSMs and 35 RSMs. The ZXJ10 SPC exchange employs the centralized maintenance & management mode. Its maintenance & management network has applied not only the client/server structure, which is based on the TCP/IP protocol, but also the WINDOWSNT4.0 operation system. Its contents contain such things as data, statistical traffic, billing, system measurement, system alarm, etc, which are substantial for the management and the maintenance of the exchange. The handling of the software and the data of the whole system is executed in OMM. Then SNM transmits the results to each peripheral module, and can be under remote operation as well as maintenance management. The main processor of MSM (or other PSM modules) can be connected into Ethernet via the standard TCP/IP protocol. Thus, the message inter working between OMM and the foreground processor is available.
Rich Services Abbreviated dialing Hot-line service with time-out Call restriction Don ’ t disturb service Absent-subscriber service Malicious call tracing Interception of calls Wake-up services Call forwarding no reply Call forwarding unconditional Call forwarding on busy Call back on busy
Rich Services Register on busy Call waiting Three party service Conference calling Caller identification (CID-I, CID-II) Restriction to the caller identification Customer own number reported service Multiple subscriber number (MSN) Office code restriction function: To any subscriber of ZXJ10, the coded office numbers can be restricted at the maximum of 96
ZXJ-10 provides standard ISDN interfaces 2B+D interface 30B+D interface
The Standardized Supplementary Services Direct dial in (DDI) Multiple subscriber number (MSN) Calling line identification presentation (CLIP) Calling line identification restriction (CLIR) Connected line identification presentation (COLP) Connected line identification restriction (COLR) Sub-addressing (SUB) Call forwarding on busy (CFB) Call forwarding no reply (CFNR)
The Standardized Supplementary Services Call Forwarding Unconditionally (CFU) Call Waiting (CW) Call Holding (CH) Terminal Portability (TP) Conference Calling (CONF) Three-Party Service (3PTY) Closed User Group (CUG) User-User Signaling Service
Extra New ISDN Services Besides the Supplementary Ones Don ’ t Disturb Service Hot Line Without Time-Out Call Out Restriction Wake-Up Service
NO.7 Signaling System The link number is more than 512, which can be up to 1280 when serving as the independent STP. The number of the signaling link groups is more than 256, which can be up to 640 when serving as the independent STP. The routing area number is over 2000. The simultaneously supported signaling networks can be up to 8. The load of each signaling link exceeds 0.8Erl. The systematic GTT capability exceeds 4,000GTT/s. The number of GT stored by GT translation table exceeds 200,000. Serving as the independent STP, the system signaling processing capability exceeds 40,000MSU/s. Serving as the independent STP, the STP transit delay is below the national standard.
User Type Telephone Set, PABX Public phone (RASL( reverse polarity subscriber), PASL 16KC charging phone) DDN private line subscriber Centrex subscriber 2B+D and 30B+D subscribers IP Access subscriber
Numbering Plan The numbering plan can adapt such conditions as the local connection in the networks with both equal number length and unequal number length, the automatic, semi-automatic, manual connection of domestic and international long distance call, special call services, test call and also the numbering requirement when utilizing new services. The numbering plan is flexible. Number modification can be achieved by man-machine commands. It adapts the future change, increase and decrease in specific numbering mode.
Capability of Number Storage and Analysis Receiving and storing of 16-digit valid calling number, expandable to 20 digits. Analyzing 1 to 8 digits numbers by demand, to meet the requirement for determining the call type, route selection plan, called number length and charging rate. There are different number translation tables for different user groups. Number digits increasing, decreasing or translating according to the received number, income trunk or circuit services type. It meets the requirement of route selection or special connection establishment. The received number is delivered to the destination wholly or partly, and the transmission mode of end-to-end or link-by-link as well as the transmission mode in group or receiving-while sending mode is adopted. The capability of number processing and analyzing is adaptable to the requirement of future network change.
Routing In the range of nominal trunk amount, the number of trunk routes and circuits per route can be assigned according to requirement. To one target office, the number of direction for routing is not less than 5. Routing principle: choosing direct route at first, then choosing the first bypass route, then the second, choosing the final route at last. Complete utilization for the selection of each route circuit group. The traffic load of each circuit will be averaged. The office-to-office trunk of local offices group is utilized.
Time Monitor Not dialing after hook-off: 10 seconds Not dialing between digits: 20 seconds No answer of local call: 60 seconds No answer of long distance call: 90 seconds No answer of international call: 120 seconds Howler tone: 60 seconds Busy tone: 40 seconds (adjustable)
Capability of Traffic Load The traffic load of trunk and subscriber line is shown as the following table: Reference loadSubscriber lineTrunk Load0.25Erl/line0.8Erl/trunk
Design of Reliability and Availability Hardware: 1. The key parts adopt active /standby structure 2. Hardware design 3. SMT technology, ASIC, EPLD, FPGA and DSP technology is utilized. 4. Optical fiber connection between modules 5. High reliable components are adopted 6. Meeting the electromagnetism compatible test 7. Adopting the forced cooling mechanism 8.Adopting three-level over-voltage, over-current protection mode, it will recover automatically when over-voltage and over-current.
Software 1. Adopting object-orient technology, software engineering and modular design 2. Fully adopting HDLC protocol for communication in modules and between modules 3. Adopting advanced network OS and large scale relevant database 4. Adopting multiple level inspection, diagnosis and restart mechanism 5. Adopting multiple level protection mechanism in charging 6. Software trash processing program 7. Adopting four-level load control
Subscriber Line and Signaling Receiver Index Subscriber line index –Subscriber loop resistance: <2000 Ohm (3000 Ohm max) –Feed current: >18mA –Isolation resistance between lines and between line to ground: >20000 Ohm –Capacitance between lines: 0.7 μF Subscriber signal index –Pulse receiver: –Pulse speed is 8~14 pulses/sec
Subscriber Line and Signaling Receiver Index Make-break ratio 1:1.6±0.3 Interval between pulse strings: 350ms Subscriber signal index relative with MFPB telephone: Reliable receiving within 2.0% frequency offset; No receiving over 3.0% frequency offset; Receiving not for sure within 2.0%~3.0% frequency offset. While working in dual frequency, single frequency receiving level range is -4~-23dBm, single frequency no response level is -31dBm Level difference between two frequencies: <=-6dB
Over-Voltage Protection Exposed (no first level protection), the over-voltage protection ability is more than Thunder wave: 10μS/700μs, voltage peak value is 1000V Power line induction: voltage is 650 V r.m.s, duration time is 500ms Power line touch: voltage is 220V r.m.s, duration time is 15min. Unexposed (with first level protection), the over-voltage protection ability is more than Thunder wave: 10μS/700μs, voltage peak value is 4000V Power line induction: voltage is 650V r.m.s, duration time is 1s.
Network Synchronization The clock and synchronization of the ZXJ10 switch accords with the Recommendation of G.811, G.812 and G.813, providing the grade 2 and grade 3 clock. 1. Synchronization mode: master/slave. 2. Clock working mode: both grade 2 and grade 3 clocks have rapid capture, tracing, holding and free running mode. 3. Redundancy: both grade 2 and grade 3 clocks have two independent clocks with same function, while one clock is fault, another clock can work proper immediately. There are 2~4 selections for reference clock, and with failure auto-switchover function. The BITS interface function is included in the ZXJ10 switch. 4. Clock reliability: MTTR of ZXJ10 clock is more than 10 years. 5. Accuracy: second level clock: ±4*10-7, third level clock: ±4.6*10-6
Network Synchronization 6. Initial max frequency offset: second level clock: <5*10-10, third level clock: <1*10-8 7. Max frequency offset: second level clock: <1*10-9/day, third level clock: <2*10-8/day 8. Draught range: second level clock: synchronized with the clock of ±4*10-7 accuracy. third level clock: synchronized with the clock of ±4.6*10-6accuracy. 9. Phase stability: change is less than 1/8 UI during the any time of 211UI –While more or equal with 211UI, the phase change of every 211UI interval is less than 1/8 UI, and total wander is less than 1μs. –Long period phase change: in any term of S>=100s, the max time interval error of output clock is less than 1μs. 10. Synchronization link interface: meeting the ITU -T G.823.3.