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USERMANUAL

H2TU-R-402List 4E Remote Unit

Part Number: 150-2450-45

CLEI: VARH1UUC

152-402-145-02,Issue 2

Revision History of This Manual

Revision

Release Date

Revisions Made

 

 

 

01

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Initial release

02

January 18, 2002

ADC branding

 

 

 

Copyright

January 18, 2002

© 2002 ADC DSL Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Trademark Information

ADC is a registered trademark of ADC Telecommunications, Inc. HiGain is a registered trademark of ADC DSL Systems, Inc. No right, license, or interest to such trademarks is granted hereunder, and you agree that no such right, license, or interest shall be asserted by you with respect to such trademark. Other product names mentioned in this practice are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Disclaimer of Liability

Information contained in this document is company private to ADC DSL Systems, Inc., and shall not be modified, used, copied, reproduced or disclosed in whole or in part without the written consent of ADC.

Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior notice. In no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits, and ADC further disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar damages. This disclaimer of liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the warranty period.

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Using This Manual

 

 

USINGTHISMANUAL

The following conventions are used in this manual:

Monospace type indicates screen text.

Keys you press are indicated by small icons such as Y orENTER . Key combinations to be pressed

simultaneously are indicated with a plus sign as follows: CTRL +ESC .

Items you select are in bold.

Three types of messages, identified by icons, appear in text.

Notes contain information about special circumstances.

Cautions indicate the possibility of personal injury or equipment damage.

The Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) symbol indicates that a device or assembly is susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge.

For a list of abbreviations used in this document, refer to “Appendix E - Abbreviations” on page 37.

INSPECTINGSHIPMENT

Upon receipt of the equipment:

Unpack each container and inspect the contents for signs of damage. If the equipment has been damaged in transit, immediately report the extent of damage to the transportation company and to ADC DSL Systems, Inc. Order replacement equipment, if necessary.

Check the packing list to ensure complete and accurate shipment of each listed item. If the shipment is short or irregular, contact ADC DSL Systems, Inc. as described in “Appendix D - Product Support” on page 36. If you must store the equipment for a prolonged period, store the equipment in its original container.

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Table of Contents

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TABLE OFCONTENTS

Overview ____________________________________________________________________________ 1

Features..............................................................................................................................................

1

Compatibility .....................................................................................................................................

2

Applications.......................................................................................................................................

2

Front Panel __________________________________________________________________________ 3

Installation ___________________________________________________________________________ 5

Verification........................................................................................................................................

6

Verification without an Upstream Device ..........................................................................

6

Verification with an Upstream Device................................................................................

6

Viewing System Screens ________________________________________________________________ 7

Connecting to a Maintenance Terminal ............................................................................................

7

Logon Screen.....................................................................................................................................

7

Monitoring System Activity and Performance ____________________________________________ 10

Using the Monitor Screen to View System Activity .......................................................................

10

Using the Performance Screens to View Performance Data ...........................................................

12

Performance History at the DS1 Interface ........................................................................

12

Performance History at the HDSL2 Interface...................................................................

17

Using the Performance Screens to View Alarm Data .....................................................................

19

Alarm History at the DS1 Interface ..................................................................................

19

Alarm History at the HDSL2 Interface .............................................................................

21

Using the Event Log to Track System Events.................................................................................

22

Loopback Operation__________________________________________________________________ 24

Generic Loopback Commands..........................................................................................

24

Special Loopback Commands...........................................................................................

26

Loopback Test Procedures ..............................................................................................................

26

GNLB Test Procedures .....................................................................................................

26

A2LB Test Procedures ......................................................................................................

28

A3LB and A4LB Test Procedures ....................................................................................

30

Appendix A - Specifications ____________________________________________________________ 31

Loop Attenuation.............................................................................................................................

32

H2TU-R-402 List 4E Card Connector ............................................................................................

32

Craft Port .........................................................................................................................................

33

Appendix B - Functional Operation _____________________________________________________ 34

Timing .............................................................................................................................................

34

Appendix C - Compatibility____________________________________________________________ 35 Appendix D - Product Support _________________________________________________________ 36 Appendix E - Abbreviations____________________________________________________________ 37 Certification and Warranty _____________________________________________ Inside Back Cover

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List of Tables

LIST OFTABLES

 

1.

Front-Panel Description.................................................................................................................................

4

2.

Logon Screen Menus ....................................................................................................................................

8

3.

Navigational Keys for the HiGain HDSL2 Maintenance Terminal Screens.................................................

9

4.

Monitor Screen Descriptions .......................................................................................................................

11

5.

Error Acronyms Used on the DS1 Performance History Screens ...............................................................

16

6.

Error Acronyms Used on the HDSL2 Performance History Screens..........................................................

19

7.

H2TU-R DS1 Alarm Descriptions ..............................................................................................................

20

8.

H2TU-R HDSL2 Alarm Descriptions .........................................................................................................

22

9.

Event Log Messages ....................................................................................................................................

23

10.

Summary of HiGain HDSL2 Loopback Codes and Activation Methods ...................................................

25

11.

Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A2LB) ................................................................................

28

12.

Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A3LB and A4LB)...............................................................

30

13.

HDSL2 Cable Attenuation Chart.................................................................................................................

32

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List of Figures

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LIST OFFIGURES

 

1.

H2TU-R-402 List 4E Front Panel.................................................................................................................

3

2.

Installing the H2TU-R-402List 4E ..............................................................................................................

5

3.

Logon Screen ................................................................................................................................................

8

4.

Monitor Screen - Active Loopback with Alarms........................................................................................

10

5.

H2TU-R DS1 31-day Performance History................................................................................................

12

6.

H2TU-C DS1 31-day Performance History................................................................................................

13

7.

H2TU-R DS1 48-hour Performance History ..............................................................................................

13

8.

H2TU-C DS1 48-hour Performance History ..............................................................................................

14

9.

H2TU-R DS1 25-hour Performance History ..............................................................................................

14

10.

H2TU-C DS1 25-hour Performance History ..............................................................................................

15

11.

H2TU-R DS1 Current Statistics..................................................................................................................

15

12.

H2TU-R HDSL2 31-day Performance History ..........................................................................................

17

13.

H2TU-R HDSL2 48-hour Performance History .........................................................................................

17

14.

H2TU-R HDSL2 25-hour Performance History .........................................................................................

18

15.

H2TU-R HDSL2 Current Statistics ............................................................................................................

18

16.

H2TU-R DS1 Alarm History Screen ..........................................................................................................

19

17.

H2TU-C DS1 Alarm History Screen ..........................................................................................................

20

18.

H2TU-R HDSL2 Alarm History Screen .....................................................................................................

21

19.

H2TU-C HDSL2 Alarm History Screen .....................................................................................................

21

20.

System Event Log .......................................................................................................................................

22

21.

Loopback Summary ....................................................................................................................................

24

22.

Loopback Modes.........................................................................................................................................

27

23.

H2TU-R-402List 4ECard-EdgeConnector ..............................................................................................

32

24.

RS-232 Craft Port Pinouts ..........................................................................................................................

33

25.

H2TU-R-402 List 4E Block Diagram.........................................................................................................

34

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OVERVIEW

The HiGain® HDSL2 product family from ADC® is the industry’s first practical implementation ofHigh-bit-rateDigital Subscriber Line 2 (HDSL2). ADC products are fully compliant with the HDSL2 standard. Providingfull-rateT1 access using just a single copper pair, HDSL2 is acost-effectivesolution that offers an open architecture. The open architecture inherent in HDSL2 guarantees interoperability, allowing simple and economic accommodation of network growth. HiGain HDSL2 uses the industry’s first HDSL2 chipset (ANSI T1/E1.4 compliant) developed by ADC.

HiGain HDSL2 products provide 1.552 Mbps transmission on one unconditioned copper pair over the full Carrier Service Area (CSA) range. The CSA includes loops up to 12,000 feet of 24 American Wire Gauge (AWG) wire or 9,000 feet of 26 AWG wire, including bridged taps.

FEATURES

The H2TU-R-402List 4E remote unit is the customer side of a T1 transmission system.

HDSL2 transmission features

Lightning and power cross-protectionon HDSL2 interfaces

Full-duplexHDSL2 transmission on one pair at 1.552 Mbps

Ultra-lowwander (Stratum 1 compliant)

Front-panelfeatures

HDSL and DS1 status LEDs

Dual loopback control button

DS1 access bridging jacks

RS-232craft port for connection to a maintenance terminal

HiGain HDSL2 maintenance screens for inventory, provisioning, and troubleshooting

High-performance,non-volatileperformance monitoring

Non-volatilealarm histories

Performance Report Messaging (PRM) support for Supplemental PRM (SPRM) and Network PRM (NPRM)

System configuration options

Selectable DS1 pre-equalizer

Bipolar Violation Transparency (BPVT)

Bit Error Rate (BER) alarm

Remote provisioning

Selectable loopback activation codes

Digital Data Service (DDS) latching loopback

Payload (PL) and HiGain (HG) loopback source identification

Line or local power with sealing current option

Metallic loopback self tests

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COMPATIBILITY

The H2TU-R-402is designed to mount in any 400 or 200 mechanics shelf. For a list of compatible shelves see“Appendix C - Compatibility” on page 35.

APPLICATIONS

HiGain HDSL2 systems provide a cost-effective,easy-to-deploymethod for delivering T1 High Capacity Digital Service (HCDS) over a single copper pair. HiGain HDSL2 systems support a multitude of network connections and system models.

The service is deployed over one unconditioned, non-loadedcopper pair.

Conventional, inline T1 repeaters are no longer required.

Cable pair conditioning, pair separation, and bridged tap removal are not required.

In general, HiGain HDSL2 systems:

Operate effectively in the same cable binder group with other HDSL2 lines, HDSL, T1, ADSL, SDSL, POTS, DDS, and other transmission schemes.

Can be used with customers requiring DS1 service on a temporary or permanent basis.

Provide a means of quickly deploying service in advance of fiber-optictransmission systems.

DS1 is used throughout this document to refer to either the remote unit’s DS1 interface or the line unit’s DSX-1interface.

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