2 About Orion Arizona, USA based Company Telecom transmission equipment providers since 1999 over 14 years of experienceFollows strict Quality Assurance Program that is based on the ISO 9000 philosophy and principlesFocused on integrating voice, data and IP networksProvides a powerful blend of "quality and economics"Successful installations in over 90 countries, worldwide.
3 Prestigious Reference Customers End-users, using Orion equipment United States Government (Classified)Government of CanadaGeneral DynamicsLockheed MartinAlcatel-LucentNorthorp GrummanBoeingRaytheonLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryNokia-SiemensTelefónicaBritish TelecomAT&TCable & WirelessMitsubishi ElectricComcast Cable3
4 Aviation & Air Traffic Control NASA (US Space Program)FAA (Federal Aviation Authority, USA)Turkey Airport AuthorityHanoi Air Traffic ControlAir Traffic Control IndiaBrunei Airport AuthoritySri Lanka Airport AuthorityJordan Air ForceBangladesh Air ForceEnd-users, using Orion equipment4
6 Power / SCADA Solutions SiemensABBTurkish Electricity Company (TEIAS)Power Grid, IndiaVietNam Electricity (EVN)Hanoi PowerNepal ElectricityQatar GasRAS Gas QatarBrunei Shell PetroleumEnd-users, using Orion equipment6
7 Telecom Transmission solutions for E1 PDH, SDH, and Gigabit Ethernet / IP networks E1 PDH Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice & Data Multiplexer Sub-Station hardened design with integrated C37.94 Teleprotection InterfacesSTM-1, STM-4 and STM-16 SDH MultiplexersGigabit Ethernet Voice & Data IP MultiplexerDelivers error free transmission of E1, 2-wire and 4-wire Voice, Synchronous and Asynchronous Data, Teleprotection and IRIG-B time over Ethernet / IP / MPLS networks with Stratum 1 or Stratum 3E level of accuracy.7
8 E1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data Multiplexers E1 Voice and Data MultiplexerE1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data MultiplexersKey Features:160Mbps, 80 E1 fully non-blocking cross-connect at 64Kbps (DS-0) level (2480 DS-0 – any to any time-slot cross-connect)Multi-service platform – may be used to provide a wide variety of voice and data services from single chassisFully Redundant Architecture for reliabilitySub-station hardened designMeets IEC and Telcordia GR-1089-CORE Lightning and Power Contact requirements8
9 E1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data Multiplexers E1 Voice and Data MultiplexerE1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data MultiplexersKey Features:1+1 E1 Link Protection / E1 Port Redundancy1+1 Control Card Processor and Cross-Connect Redundancy1+1 Timing (Synchronization Clock) Redundancy. User selectable synchronization priority1+1, Power Supply Redundancy (Dual Power Inputs – allows the equipment to be powered from two separate sources)Integrated C37.94 Teleprotection interface (ST / FC / SC Optical Connector options).9
10 E1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data Multiplexers E1 Voice and Data MultiplexerE1 Drop-Insert (Add-Drop) Voice And Data MultiplexersVoice InterfacesFXOFXSE&M (2 Wire and 4 Wire)FXS-FXS (Hot-line)Ring Generator (75V RMS)Data InterfacesChannelized E1 / Fractional E1 data with full cross-connect capability at 64Kbps, DS-0 levelRS-232 asynchronous dataV.24 synchronous data / asynchronous data64 Kbps, co-directionalV.35, V.36, X.21, V.11, RS530,RS449 synchronous, ”n” x 64 Kbps dataC37.94 Teleprotection interfaceAnalog I/Os (Dry Contact I/Os)10
11 Dimensions and Appearance Height mm (19 “ 6U high)Width mmDepth mmWeight 12 Kgs.Chassis Color Matte Black - Powder coated11
13 Application DiagramIn a 1+1 Self-Healing Optical Fiber Ring (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol)
14 VCL-TP, Teleprotection Equipment Stand-alone and integrated, point-to-point TELEPROTECTION (C37.94) solutionsover an SDH or PDH data networkIEEE C37.94 compliant optical interface option for transmission over optical links for 2 Kms, 20 Kms, 40 Kms, 80 Kms, 120 Kms, 150 Kms.64Kbps, G co-directional interface option for transmission over 4-wire data linksE1, 2.048Mbps interface option for transmission over E1 linksBi-directional Transmission of 8 command Inputs and 8 command Outputs.24V DC, 48V DC, 110V DC and 250V DC power supply options.110V DC and 250V DC command voltage and switching voltage options.14
15 SDH / E1 PDH Multiplexer solutions and Teleprotection Teleprotection EquipmentSDH / E1 PDH Multiplexer solutions and TeleprotectionTypical integrated Teleprotection application.Orion’s E1 PDH multiplexer with an integrated IEEE C37.94Teleprotection Interface over an SDH or PDH data network.15
16 Typical Stand-Alone Point-To-Point Teleprotection Application Teleprotection EquipmentTeleprotection in Stand Alone applicationTypical Stand-Alone Point-To-PointTeleprotection Application16
17 Other Power Utility Solutions GPS Grandmaster Clock with Time and Frequency Synchronization, IEEE 1588 (PTP) and NTP/SNTP ServerTo provide:G.811 Primary Reference ClockFrequency synchronizationGPS synchronized IEEE 1588, Precision Timing Protocol (PTP)GPS synchronized ToD (time-of-day)GPS synchronized IRIG-B OutputsGPS synchronized NTP / SNTP.IEEE 1588 Master and Slave Solutions for Frequency, ToD and IRIG-B distributionFor RTU and PMU SynchronizationSmart Grid applications.
18 GPS Grandmaster Clock Synchronization Receiver with IEEE-1588 Available in two Version:Primary Reference Time and Frequency GPS Receiver with IEEE-1588v2 and NTP ServerTime and Primary Frequency Reference GPS Receiver with IEEE-1588v2Grandmaster, NTP Server (IPv4 and IPv6), IRIG-B, 1PPS, NMEA, 10MHz,2.048MHz, 2.048Mbits with SSM, 1.544MbitsPrimary Reference Frequency GPS Receiver and NTP ServerTime and Primary Frequency Reference GPS Receiver with NTP Server (IPv4 and Ipv6), IRIG-B, 1PPS, NMEA, 10MHz, 2.048MHz, 2.048Mbits with SSM, 1.544MbitsNote: All specifications common except IEEE-1588v2 PTP Grandmasteris not included in this option.
19 GPS 1588v2 Grandmaster Product View: GPS Receiver as a Primary Reference (PRC) ClockWith IEEE-1588v2 Grandmaster and NTP Server
20 Internal Synchronization Options: RubidiumOCXO (Over-Controlled Crystal Oscillator)External Frequency Synchronization Inputs:Input Type Number of Inputs Connector2.048 MHz, 75 Ohms BNC10 MHz, 50 Ohms BNC
21 GPS 1588v2 Grandmaster Outputs: Output Type Number of ConnectorOutputs1.544 Mbit/s (T1) compliant with ITU-T G (8 T1) RJ452.048 Mbit/s (E1) compliant with ITU-T G (8 E1) RJ452.048 MHz, 75 Ohms, phase-locked to GPS BNC10 MHz, 50 Ohms, phase-locked to GPS BNCIRIG-B, synchronized to GPS** BNC1 PPS, phase-locked to UTC** BNCToD (Time-of-Day) output compliant to NMEA DB9, RS-232C*ToD Time of Day**Note: User selectable between IRIG-B and 1 PPS Outputs
22 IP (Ethernet) over TDM solutions Ethernet over E1 (point to point and point to multi-point)Ethernet over E3Ethernet over SDH (STM-1) – Available bandwidth on a single Ethernet port on an STM-1 link, is 140MbpsGigabit Ethernet over SDH (STM-1/4) – Available bandwidth on a single Ethernet port on an STM-4 link is 622Mbps (up to 1000Mbps on 2 x bonded STM-4 links).
23 TDM over IP / Ethernet solutions (IEEE 1588 optional) E1 over Ethernet (point to multi-point) - 2E1, 4E1 Fast Ethernet version, (available with Power over Ethernet / PoE) - 2E1, 8E1 Gigabit Ethernet version - 16E1, 32E1 Gigabit Ethernet versionE1 over Ethernet (point to multi-point) with IEEE E1 Gigabit Ethernet version - 8E1 Gigabit Ethernet versionE3 over Ethernet (point to point)
24 TDM over IP / Packet / MPLS Orion offers a suite of TDM over IP / TDM over MPLS / TDM over Packet technologiesApplications to integrate 2G / 3G / LTE mobile networksApplications for backhaul of Gigabit Ethernet Traffic over Packet Switched NetworksApplications for synchronization of 2G / 3G / LTE mobile traffic.24
25 Smart Grid SolutionsNew technologies for Smart Grid applications include:GSP Receivers with time-of-day (TOD) and frequency synchronizationPrecision Timing Protocol (PTP) SolutionsGPS synchronized IEEE ReferenceGPS synchronized IRIG-B ReferenceGPS synchronized NTP / SNTP Reference25
26 Typical Synchronization Applications (Available in Master and Slave configuration) GPS locked, IEEE-1588 V2 MasterIEEE-1588 V2 Slaves for synchronizing all nodes of the network to a common GPS referenceProvides highly accurate Time & Frequency referencesSynchronizing Cellular networks like UMTS, GPRS, 2G, 3G and LTE base stationsSynchronizing Wireless and Wireline (including SDH) Telecom equipmentDistributing Time and Frequency reference for power utilities across all nodes of the networkSynchronizing airports (air-traffic control) and aviation communicationsSynchronizing railway signaling networks and railway communicationsBroadcasting Network and Broadcast equipment synchronization.26
27 TDM over IP (E1 over Ethernet) with IEEE-1588 frequency synchronization and ToD (time-of-day) distribution- Application Diagram 127
28 SDH and E1 PDH multiplexer combo with IEEE-1588 frequency and ToD (time-of-day) distribution - Application Diagram 228
29 E1 PDH and EoS (Ethernet Over SDH) - DWDM Combo - Application Diagram 329
30 “Hybrid” network based on a Gigabit Ethernet “Pure IP” based delivery system to distribute “legacy” interfaces and IEEE-1588 frequency and ToD (time-of-day)- Application Diagram 430
31 Distributing GPS Synchronized IEEE ToD (Time-of-Day) and frequency over a PDH network - Application Diagram 531
32 Global Distribution Network: NorwayCanadaU.KLithuaniaFranceAustriaU.S.ALebanonSouth KoreaJordanIraqKuwaitLibyaEgyptU.A.EBangladeshMexicoIndiaVietnamThailandColumbiaNigeriaSri LankaSingaporeBrazilIndonesiaAustraliaArgentinaSouth AfricaUruguay32
33 Thank You for your attention For more details visit us at our Website atHeadquarters: Phoenix, ArizonaOrion Telecom Networks Inc.16810, Avenue of the Fountains,Suite # 108, Fountain Hills, AZ U.S.A.Phone: ,Fax:Website:Regional Office: Miami, FloridaOrion Telecom Networks Inc.4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Suite 470,Coral Gables, FL 33146, U.S.A.Phone: ,Fax:Website: