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1 NetAxis Product Overview

2 NetAxis Equipment Description NetAxis Link Configurations NetAxis Key Features Network Management Software Agenda

3 NetAxis Equipment Description

4 Point-to-Point Microwave Radio System NetAxis IDU4  Enhanced Modular IDU NetAxis IDU2  Compact IDU ODU from 6 GHz to 38 GHz NetAxis Units

5 Max Throughput Capacity (per Modem)Up to 400 Mbit/s ( gross) Traffic Interfaces E1 10/100/1000 Ethernet Modulation (user configurable through the NM) QPSK /16QAM up to 256QAM Channel Size Selection7/14/28/56 MHz Operating Frequency6 GHz to 38 GHz QoS per ETH Port per VLAN per p-bit DSCP Bridging ModeC-VLAN / S-VLAN Topology 1+0,1+1,2+0,3+0,2+2,4+0,FD/SD/HSB ATPC ACM XPIC RLA FEC Loopback Capability ODU Front End Line Interface NMS Features

6 4 Modem Units in one RU (Positions 1,2,3,4) 1.6Gbps throughput in 1RU 1+0/1+1/2+0/2+2/3+0/4+0 configurations in 1RU 2xGig-ETH,electrical or optical in Main Processor Module (Position 7) 2xFE for management, EOW, External Sync (in/out), AUX for Serial/Alarms 16xE1 TDM/(ATM*) with add/drop capability (Position 8) 2 Power Modules (Positions 5,6) 1 Fan Tray fully hot swappable (Position 9) XPIC Functionality: 1+0, 2+0, 1+1 configurations in 1RU Max Power Consumption, 4+0 configuration, 87 W NetAxis-IDU4 Technical Description

7 NetAxis-IDU2 Technical Description 2 Modem Units in one RU (Positions 1,2) 800 Mbps in 1RU 1+0/1+1/2+0 configurations in 1RU Main Control Module (Position 3) 1xGig-ETH, electrical or optical and 4xFE 8xE1 TDM/(ATM*) 2 FE for management, EOW, External Sync (in) AUX for Serial/Alarms Embedded Power Module Max Power Consumption, 2+0 configuration, 46 W

8 ModuleFeatures/ InterfacesNetAxis-IDU4NetAxis-IDU2 Modem/ IF Module Up to four radio modems (supporting 1+0 /1+1 /2+0 /2+2 /3+0 /4+0 configurations)  – Up to two radio modems (supporting 1+0 /1+1 /2+0 configurations) –  XPIC functionality  – Main Processor/ Control Module GbE (add/ drop, electrical or optical) (1) x2x1 Fast Ethernet –x4 Fast Ethernet for Outband NMS/ Local Craft x2 Serial/ Alarm  External Sync (in/ out) (1)  64 kbit/s EOW  E1 Tributary Module E1 add/ drop x16x8 IDU4 vs IDU2 (1)The Main Processor Module of the NetAxis-IDU4 is available in two versions, one equipped with two electrical GbE ports and one equipped with two optical GbE ports. The Main Processor Module of the NetAxis-IDU2 is equipped with one electrical port and one optical port, but only one (electrical or optical) is available at any time. (2) NetAxis IDU2 only has External Sync in

9 NetAxis ODU Technical Description Common ODU irrespective of channel BW and modulation Supported frequencies: 6 to 38 GHz Modulations QPSK to 256QAM 3.5MHz to 56MHz channel BW, SW defined Outstanding radio performance 125.6dB System Gain for 4QAM and 7 MHz 6GHz 79.3dB System Gain for 256QAM and 56 MHz 38 GHz Compact Design Weight ~ 4Kg Easy to install Integrated Antennas & Protection 0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 1.8m Integrated Antennas Symmetrical & Asymmetrical couplers Power Consumption (Typical): 34 W (6,7,8 GHz), 26 W (11, 13 GHz), 23 W (15, 18, 23, 26,38 GHz)

10 SpecificationDescription Output Power Accuracy (max.) ± 1.5 dB (+25  C) ± 2 dB (-33  C to +55  C) RSSI (RSL) Accuracy (typ.) ± 2 dB (+25  C) ± 3 dB (-33  C to +55  C) Max. Rx Level (No Damage) 10 dBm Frequency Stability (max.) ± 7 ppm Frequency Resolution 250 kHz Input Voltage (*) (*) -48 V (-40 V to –60 V) SafetyEN EMCETSI EN , ETSI EN RoHS2002/ 95/ EC SpecificationDescription Operating Temperature -33  C to +55  C (ETSI EN 300 V2.1.2, Class 4.1) / Operational at -50  C Transportation & Storage Temperature -40  C to +70  C (ETSI EN 300 V2.1.2, Class 2.3) Relative Humidity (at 30 ºC) 90% to 100% (condensation), 93% (steady state) (ETSI EN 300 V2.1.2, Class 4.1) Specification ODU-CF 6 /7/ 8 GHz11/ 3/15/18/ 23/38 GHz Dimensions (H x W x D) (mm) 250 x 247 x x 247 x 89 Weight (kg)< 6< 4 Input Flange UBR 70 UBR84UBR120UBR140UBR220UBR320 NetAxis ODU Specifications Electrical Environmental Mechanical

11 NetAxis Link Configurations

12 Standard Configurations  1+0 Configuration  1+1 Configuration Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Corporate Access Backbone Network Backbone Network

13 Repeater Configuration  2+0 Configuration  2+2 Configuration  Cost effective by using single IDU per site. Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Repeater Configuration - Unprotected  Cost effective by using single IDU per site. Eth/E1 Repeater Configuration - Protected NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Backbone Network Backbone Network

14 Nodal Configuration  The IDUs in the Nodal station will aggregate traffic from different Network Applications  3+1 Configuration Ethernet Cellular Access Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAstra Network Backbone Network

15 Nodal Configuration  4+0 Configuration  The IDUs in the Nodal station will aggregate traffic from different Network Applications Ethernet Cellular Access Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAstra Network Backbone Network Cellular Access Eth/E1 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4

16 Ring Configuration  Protection and recovery switching within 50 ms  Efficient bandwidth utilization of ring traffic  Automatic reversion mechanism upon fault recovery  Frame duplication and reorder prevention mechanisms  Loop prevention mechanisms  Use of different timers (WTR timer, Hold-off timers) to avoid race conditions and unnecessary switching operations  Ring Protection with XPIC functionality (only with NetAxis-IDU4) NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Backbone Network Cellular Access NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Eth/E1

17 NetAxis Deployment Examples Mobile Backhaul

18 NetAxis Deployment Examples  WiMAX Backhaul

19 NetAxis Deployment Examples  Leasing Services for CLEC

20 NetAxis Deployment Examples  Resilient Network infrastructures

21 NetAxis Key Features

22 PDH / SDH ngSDH 2G 3G 3G/HSPA WiMAX LTE TDM Based Packet Based Eth / PWE3 / MPLS 2G 3G 3G/HSPA WiMAX LTE Hybrid PDH / SDH ngSDH 2G 3G 3G/HSPA WiMAX LTE Eth / MPLS NetAxis All IP Evolution

23 NetAxis features a powerful network processor for advanced ETH functionality Advanced traffic handling and QoS per ETH port/VLAN/pbit  IEEE 802.1Q and 802.1p (CoS)  IEEE 802.1ad (QinQ - Provider bridging)  DSCP mapping to p-bits  8 QoS Priority Queues ETH Ring (G.8032) and IEEE 802.1w (RSTP) Pseudowires (Circuit Emulation over ETH) based on MEF 8  Structure agnostic emulation  Structure aware emulation (nx64kbps) for Abis optimization ATM PWE (RFC4717) (Roadmap) Synchronization:  Based on E1  Synchronous ETH  IEEE 1588v2 NetAxis Network Functionality Ensuring proper QoS of various traffic flows

24 NetAxis ETH Functionality  C-VLAN Used solely for Network backhaul applications All L2 ports within the wireless network are programmed for C-VLAN mode L2 ports can accept : Untagged Ethernet frames Single tagged Ethernet frames.

25 NetAxis ETH Functionality Used for concurrent Network backhaul applications All L2 ports within the wireless network are programmed for S-VLAN provider mode L2 ports can accept the following Ethernet frames: Untagged Ethernet frames Single tagged Ethernet frames. Double tagged Ethernet frames  S-VLAN

26 NetAxis Adaptive Coding & Modulation (ACM) Ensuring maximum bandwidth under all weather conditions With QoS guaranteed critical services all the time Increasing capacity Extending reach with lower availability  ACM with QoS

27 RRC: ACM is optimally combined with Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) RRC achieves the perfect balance according to user selection between Maximizing at any time the available link capacity Minimizing at any time interference ATPC operational modes ATPC emitting the maximum available power per ACM mode ATPC emitting the optimum power per ACM mode for the remote receiver Manual power selection is also possible RRC algorithm for each link direction is controlled by the transmitter CPU independently Communication channel will exchange info on remote RX level, BER figures, C/N Maximum Bandwidth with minimum power consumption NetAxis Adaptive Coding & Modulation (ACM)  Radio Resource Control (RRC)

28 NetAxis Adaptive Coding & Modulation (ACM)  ACM Reach Extension Example Case Study of 14 MHz at 15 GHz Link length is now fixed at 30 Km  16QAM availability at 30 Km % What is the 256 QAM availability at 30 Km?  256 QAM at 30 Km is up % of time  Availability just 0.1% lower than 16QAM Capacity doubled!  97 Mbps extended from 15 to 30km  Fall back to 47 Mbps only % time Over 100% length and Capacity increase - no availability compromise

29 Max. Gain (Robustness) Normal (Optimized Robustness/Capacity) Max. Capacity (Throughput) Symbol Rate Min.IntermediateMax. FEC overhead Max.IntermediateMin. Adaptive modulation switching margins Max.IntermediateMin. Radio Maximum transmit power applications. Normal system gain and capacity applications Maximum capacity applications Sensitivity Max., due to the highest FEC overhead). Normal, due to the intermediate FEC overhead. Min., due to the lowest FEC overhead. Immunity in variable channel conditions IncreasedNormalSmaller NetAxis System Configuration Scenarios  Modem Profiles

30 NetAxis System Configuration Scenarios (Example) Case Study: 15 GHz, Bandwidth 14 MHz, 1+0, Location: Athens -Greece, Antenna type 1.2m SP UHP, Polarization V, R001 Rain Rate Data Source ITU-R Rec. P (47.55 mm/hr), Method of Calculation ITU-R Rec. P Performance Target: Minimum Availability % Operational mode ranges per modulation for min % availability +5K m Extend link span by 5 Km with no link availability deterioration  Flexible Operational Modes

31 Modulation Value per Channel Size (Mbit/s) 56 MHz28 MHz14 MHz7 MHz 256 QAM QAM QAM QAM QAM PSK QAM (Low FEC) QAM (High FEC) NetAxis System Configuration Scenarios (Example) Maximum Capacity Configuration  Throughput

32 NetAxis XPIC & Radio Link Aggregation (RLA) – ( Roadmap) XPIC doubles air throughput over same Channel Bandwidth  E.g., 1x28 MHz, XPIC, max 375 Mbps net traffic  1+1 XPIC in 1RU unit RLA combines 2 or more air links into one logical link  E.g., 2+0 can achieve gross capacity 800 Mbps  Link speeds may be different Benefits:  Higher total capacity of logical link  Load balancing among air links  Increased availability: When a link fails its traffic will be forwarded to the other link and in case of congestion priority will be given to the high-priority ETH frames Combining RLA and XPIC enables the most efficient and resilient air link utilization XPIC saves CAPEX - 100% less frequency bandwidth allocation

33 NetAxis Statistical Multiplexing Statistical Multiplexing of packet traffic at Aggregation Point Reduced bandwidth requirement in the aggregation / core network BSC/RNC Transport Network 2G/3G Network 2G/3G More Connections Enabled per Link  Lower Cost per Connection

34 Ring Configuration using a single unit with 2/4 radios Native ETH Ring Protection (G.8032)  Protection and recovery switching within 50 ms Ring Protection with XPIC functionality – just one NetAxis-IDU4 per site NetAxis Ring Protection NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Backbone Network Cellular Access NetAxis IDU2/IDU4 Eth/E1

35 Direct correlation between interface and transmission Additional Ethernet switches overlaying mandatory TDM matrix No possibility to differentiate TDM services with different QoS requirements No aggregation, no overbooking on services using TDM connectivity. Inefficient solution in case of full Ethernet traffic (WiMAX, LTE); could require external switches MW Hybrid  Service-oriented transmission with no correlation between interface and transmission  Dynamic capacity allocation between TDM, ATM and ETH services  Services are treated according to their QoS requirements even on TDM  Service Overbooking in a multi- technology environment: TDM, ATM, Ethernet  All services over a common layer, any kind of traffic can share a common radio pipe. Radio bandwidth is utilized at 100% NetAxis Less cost per bit - Ability to overbook available capacity NetAxis Advantages over Hybrid Radios

36 NetAxis Network Management Software

37 NetAxis ME  Selecting the Element  Select the IP 1.Link Summary Tab  In the Tabular Pane click the Link Summary tab NetAxis IDU4 will have info for 4 Modems

38 2.Configuration Tab  In the Tabular Plane click the Configuration tab General Info  Select General Info tab System Description: Name of connected system System Up Time: Total time that the system is up (since system last reset). IP Address: IP address of the selected system. NetAxis ME

39 Inventory Information  Select Inventory Info tab NetAxis ME

40 NetAxis Control Card  Selecting the Control Card  Select the card (don’t click on ports) 1.Configuration Tab  In the Tabular Plane click the Configuration tab Temperature Info  Select Temperature Info tab  Through the Current Temperature field, you can view the current temperature inside the Control card.  In case you want to change the high temperature threshold of the Control Card, type the new one in the High Temperature Threshold text box.

41 External alarms Info  Select External Alarm Info tab  Check Input Alarms  Activate Output Alarms (if required) NetAxis Control Card

42 Inventory  Select the Inventory tab  Check Controllers info Interface Configuration  Select the Interface Configuration tab.  Check the PWE Src MAC Address. NetAxis Control Card

43 2.L2 PortsStatistics  In the Tabular Plane click the L2 Statistics tab

44 NetAxis Modem Card  Modem Card  Select the Modem Card 1.In the Tabular Pane click the Configuration tab Inventory Info  Select Inventory Info tab  Check Modem Info

45 NetAxis Modem Card Status  Select Status tab  Check Modems Status

46 Fan Tray Info (Only with IDU2)  Select Fan Tray Info tab  Check Fan Status NetAxis Modem Card

47 2.Performance  In the Tabular Plane click the Performance tab PTP Modem Performance Measurements Ethernet Performance Measurements NetAxis Modem Card

48 Select Ethernet Performance Measurements tab  Tx (Air to Net) NetAxis Modem Card

49  Rx (Net to Air ) NetAxis Modem Card

50  Rate To monitor the bytes rate (in Mbps) in the Rx and Tx directions of the modem NetAxis Modem Card

51 Inventory Info  Select Inventory Info tab  Check the ODU info NetAxis ODU  ODU  Select the ODU  In the Tabular Pane click the Configuration tab

52 Status  Select Status tab  Check the ODU Status NetAxis ODU

53 Analog Monitor  Select Analog Monitor tab  Check the ODUs Analog real time measurements. NetAxis ODU

54 Capabilities  Select Capabilities tab  Check the selected ODUs capabilities.

55 NetAxis ETH Ports  ETH Port  Select one of the ETH Ports 1.In the Tabular Pane click the Configuration tab  System will detect Type: Electrical Optical  Check Port Status

56 2.Performance (Only GbE)  In the Tabular Plane click the Performance tab Performance Data Performance Errors RT Traffic Graphs NetAxis ETH Ports Select Performance Data tab

57 NetAxis ETH Ports Select Performance Errors tab

58 NetAxis ETH Ports Select RT Traffic Graphs  Monitor the data throughput transmitted (Mbit/s)  Monitor the data throughput received (Mbit/s)

59 NetAxis E1 Ports  E1 Port  Select one of the E1 Ports  In the Tabular Pane click the Configuration tab  E1Type: Unstructured Structured Double Frame Multiframe (CRC)

60 NetAxis All E1 Lines  Selecting the Control Card  Select the card (don’t click on ports) 1.E1 Line State  In the Tabular Plane click the E1 Line State tab  Check the Status of all E1

61 NetAxis All E1 Lines 2.Performance Measurment  In the Tabular Plane click the L2 Properties tab  Click the TDM tab Select E1 Right Click & Select Performance Measurements

62 NetAxis All E1 Lines The Performance Measurements window appears, displaying the statistics for the selected PWE TDM connection.

63 NetAxis Active Alarms Active Alarms Properties  In the Tabular Plane of each module click the Active Alarms tab

64 NetAxis Real Time Events Real Time Events  In the NetAxis Node Manager window, click the Real Time Events perspective

65 Service Provisioning (examples)  Create the VLAN you want in the local NetAxis ME (e.g. VLAN with ID=20).  Create a PWE TDM connection within the selected NetAxis ME. [1].  Associate the VLAN with a wireless L2 port of the local NetAxis ME (e.g. PTP Modem 2) [2].  Create the same VLAN in the remote NetAxis ME of the link.  Create a PWE TDM connection within the selected remote NetAxis ME. [3].  Associate the VLAN with a wireless L2 port of the remote NetAxis ME (e.g. PTP Modem 2) [4]. PWE TDM service provisioning

66 Thank you


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