Motorola Canopy T1/E1 User Manual

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Canopy™ T1/E1
Multiplexer
T1E1Mux-UG-en
Issue 3
September 2004

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  • Page 1: User Guide

      Canopy™ T1/E1 Multiplexer User Guide T1E1Mux-UG-en Issue 3 September 2004...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    1.3.1 Bit Handling Capability... 17 1.3.2 License Keys... 18 1.3.3 Power Adapters ... 18 1.4 Product Labels... 18 1.5 Functional Description of the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer... 18 1.5.1 Channel Modes... 19 1.5.2 Encoding ... 19 1.5.3 Signaling ... 21 1.5.4 Timing ... 21 1.5.5 Ethernet Throughput ...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2.3.2 Using EMS Software to Configure the Unit... 33 2.3.3 Accessing the CLI using a PC + HyperTerminal ... 34 2.3.4 Configuring the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer using the CLI... 34 2.3.5 Creating a Login Account... 35 2.4 Configuration Procedures Using the CLI ... 36 2.4.1 Logging into the System ...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    3.4.2 Invoking a T1/E1 Loopback Using the EMS ... 58 3.5 Measurements from Diagnostics ... 59 3.6 Firmware Upgrades ... 59 3.7 License Key Upgrades ... 61 3.8 Terms of Warranty ... 63 3.8.1 Software License Terms and Conditions ... 63 3.8.2 Hardware Warranty in U.S.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table 9: Local terminal and control interface specifications... 17 Table 10: Frequency off-set by clock type ... 22 Table 11: Canopy BH20 Ethernet throughput for programmed T1/E1 connections... 25 Table 12: T1/E1 port connector pin-out... 29 Table 13: Comparison of diagnostic measurements... 59  ...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Procedure 25: Resetting the system using the CLI... 56 Procedure 26: Resetting the system using the EMS... 56 Procedure 27: Invoking a T1/E1 loopback using the CLI ... 58 Procedure 28: Invoking a T1/E1 loopback using the EMS... 58 Procedure 29: Upgrading firmware ... 59...

  • Page 7: Understanding The Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer, Using This User Guide, New In This Issue

    Issue 3 of this user guide is published to state the requirement that an external surge suppression device must be used with the AC adapter supplied by Canopy for the T1/E1 Multiplexer, and to specify the recommended standard. The following elements of this document are affected: ◦...

  • Page 8: Table 1: Font Types, Table 2: Admonition Types

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Font variable width bold constant width regular constant width italic constant width bold constant width bold italic This document also employs a set of consistently used admonitions. Each of these types of admonitions has a general purpose that underlies the specific information in the box.

  • Page 9: Getting Additional Help, Sending Feedback, Introduction To Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer

    This user guide provides the installation and configuration requirements for the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer, a modular gateway that works with Canopy Backhaul Modules to enable up to four T1 (or up to three E1) circuits to be extended over Ethernet networks.

  • Page 10: Ethernet Interface, Figure 1: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer With Canopy Bhs

    The T1/E1 Multiplexer converts the data stream from T1/E1 ports into Ethernet packets that are then transported over the Canopy BH link. This device can be used to extend T1/E1 services. You can configure the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer to operate as either a T1 or an E1 device.

  • Page 11: Standards, Idu Physical Description, Rear Panel, Figure 2: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer Rear Panel

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          1.2.2 Standards  The Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer conforms to the following standards: ◦ G.703 ◦ G.823 ◦ G.824 ◦ ANSI T1.403 1.2.3 IDU Physical Description  The unit provides a compact, simple to configure, and easily scalable solution for transporting T1/E1 services over Canopy wireless Ethernet-based networks.

  • Page 12: Figure 3: Rear Panel With Standard 110-v Source Power Supply

    WARNING!  An external AC surge suppression device must be used with the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. For infrastructure installations, Canopy Engineering recommends an AC line surge suppression unit that meets the standard IEC 801-5 (EN61000-4-5) Maximum Surge Voltage (1.2x50µsec) 6 KV.

  • Page 13: Figure 5: Rear Panel With Optional −48 V Power Supply Adapter For Battery Backup

    3. Connect the selected power adapter to the T1/E1 Multiplexer. (See Figure 4. Power the T1/E1 Multiplexer on. (See 5. As required to configure the T1/E1 Multiplexer, connect a notebook computer to the jack labeled CONTROL on the front panel of the T1/E1 Multiplexer. (See Figure  ...

  • Page 14: Front Panel, Figure 6: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer Front Panel, Table 3: Led Status Indicator Descriptions

    The control port and indicator LEDs are located on the front panel of the unit. Figure 6: Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer front panel Status LEDS The status indicator LEDS on the front of the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer are listed in Table Table 3: LED status indicator descriptions ON when main power supply is OK;...

  • Page 15: Features, Specifications, Table 4: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer Physical Specifications

    T1/E1 extension over Ethernet networks. ◦ supports − synchronous TDM-based services over wireless Ethernet networks. − CAS signaling transparent to all other signaling protocols on T1/E1. − 10Base-T/100Base-TX uplink to the network. − management interfaces. − simplified troubleshooting through T1/E1 line loopback test.

  • Page 16: Table 5: T1 Port Specifications, Table 6: T1 Framing Specifications, Table 7: E1 Port Specifications

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Technical Specifications The following tables list the technical specifications for the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. Specification Description Ports 1, 2, 3, and 4 Compliance ANSI T1.403 Connector RJ-45, 8-pin T1 Data Rate 1.55 Mbps T1 Line Code...

  • Page 17: Configuration Settings From Canopy Factory, Bit Handling Capability, Table 8: E1 Framing Specifications

    Table 9: Local terminal and control interface specifications Specification Type Mode Baud Rate 1.3 CONFIGURATION SETTINGS FROM CANOPY FACTORY  1.3.1 Bit Handling Capability  As shipped, Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexers transparently pass all T1 or E1 bits regardless of ◦ user framing as − − Extended Superframe (ESF) ◦ user encoding as −...

  • Page 18: License Keys, Power Adapters, Product Labels, Functional Description Of The Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer

        1.3.2 License Keys  Each Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer is purchased and shipped as 1-port enabled or 4-port enabled. You can upgrade any pair of 1-port enabled Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexers through the purchase and installation of ◦ two keys, one per unit, to transform both to 2-port enabled.

  • Page 19: Channel Modes, Encoding

    Channel Modes  T1 Channel Mode While in T1 mode, the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer operates as a DSX-1 interface in a DSU channel mode. There are no user options to change this mode. The DSU channel mode can operate within five line lengths, each providing compensation for the length of the T1 line.

  • Page 20

    ◦ HDB3 The Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer fulfills the role of a transparent T1/E1 extender. As such, it is compatible with either AMI, B8ZS, or HDB3 coding of signals. The endpoints determine which of the zero suppression techniques will be applied to the signal. The Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer must be set to match the zero suppression settings at the endpoints of the signal.

  • Page 21: Signaling, Timing

    Failure to do so may result in frame slips. The consequence for which could be a degradation of quality. The clock for a T1/E1 circuit is normally derived from the incoming T1/E1 signal. T1/E1 circuits are typically connected in a master-slave configuration where the master has more accuracy than the slave.

  • Page 22: Figure 7: Master And Secondary Clock Settings (top View)

    Note: If neither the Master or Slave port is active, then the system will start at Port 1 and search in logical order until it finds an active T1/E1 port, at which time it will assume this to be the Master clock source.

  • Page 23: Figure 8: Master Timing Set To Loopback Mode

    Loss of Clock Signal Should the Master port not be able to track the incoming T1/E1 bit stream due to a loss of signal, then the unit will use the Secondary port as the clock source. Once the Master T1 recovers synchronization by locking onto the signal, the unit will revert to using the Master port as the clock source.

  • Page 24: Figure 9: Slave Timing Set To Recovered Mode, Figure 10: Network Timing Scenarios

    When a Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer is inserted between two T1 devices, the clocking should be configured in the same manner as it would be without the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. For example, when the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer is inserted between the two PBXs, the one PBX will remain as the master clock source and the other PBX will remain as the slave clock source.

  • Page 25: Ethernet Throughput, Table 11: Canopy Bh20 Ethernet Throughput For Programmed T1/e1 Connections

    Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer will take the timing signal from the incoming T1/E1, derive the clock and then return the clock to the T1/E1 device. The external clock source may be obtained from any number of sources including Carrier services, GPS, or other high- quality clock source.

  • Page 26: Vlan Support, Round-trip Packet Delay, Alarms

    2 conditions: a loss of incoming T1/E1 signal (in which case AIS is sent out to the far end and the same for the other end losing T1/E1 signal) and a loss of BH link (in which case the AIS is sent in both directions).

  • Page 27: Installing And Configuring Your Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexers, Safety Information, Compliance, Lightning Protection, Electrocution Hazard

    WARNING!  An external AC surge suppression device must be used with the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. For infrastructure installations, Canopy Engineering recommends an AC line surge suppression unit that meets the standard IEC 801-5 (EN61000-4-5) Maximum Surge Voltage (1.2x50µsec) 6 KV.

  • Page 28: Installation Procedures, Package Contents, Preparing For Installation And Setup, Mounting The Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer

    ◦ For connection to the NIC card in a PC, a crossover cable is required. ◦ For connection to a PBX, a T1/E1 crossover cable is likely required. Refer to your PBX installation instruction manual for specific requirements. 2.2.3 Mounting the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer ...

  • Page 29: Connecting The Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer, Figure 11: Front Panel And Front Bezel Removed

    7. Insert the screw posts onto the DB-9 connector. 8. Tighten screw posts. 9. Mount the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer with the rack panel onto your rack unit. Consult the product information supplied by the rack manufacturer for details. NOTE: The front panel mounting screws should be 4-40 screws, between 3/8”...

  • Page 30: Connecting Power To The Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer, Figure 12: Rj-45 Ethernet Connection Pin-outs (lan Side)

    NOTE: There is a one-to-one relationship between the T1/E1 ports on the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. This means, that the T1/E1 cable connected to the T1/E1 Port 1 on one of the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexers, must also be connected to Port 1 on the other.

  • Page 31: Procedure 3: Connecting The Ac Adapter (+3.3 V Dc Power Source)

    2. Connect the surge suppression device to the building AC power source. 3. Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN port on the rear of the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. Follow this procedure to connect the to an external −48 v DC power source.

  • Page 32: Initial Configuration Procedures, Installing Software From The Cd-rom

    2.3.1 Installing Software from the CD‐ROM  Procedure 5: Installing Software from the CD-ROM Follow these steps to install the software that is provided by Motorola Canopy on the CD- ROM onto your PC. 1. Load software onto your PC. The T1/E1 Multiplexer EMS Graphical User Interface is provided by Canopy on a CD-ROM that is shipped with the unit.

  • Page 33: Using Ems Software To Configure The Unit, Figure 14: File Drop-down Menu In Gui

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          2.3.2 Using EMS Software to Configure the Unit  An intuitive graphic unit interface (GUI) provides a user-friendly graphical display that allows easy-to-follow steps to configure the unit. Fault isolation, statistics and events gathering are available. The GUI simplifies field installation. Examples of drop-down menus are provided in...

  • Page 34: Accessing The Cli Using A Pc + Hyperterminal

    NOTE: The device is only accessible through the serial port. 2.3.4 Configuring the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer using the CLI  Before you use the CLI to configure the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer, you must configure the PC serial port. Procedure 6: Configuring serial port Use this procedure to access the CLI using a terminal emulation program such as ®...

  • Page 35: Creating A Login Account, Figure 16: Command Line Interface Window

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Figure 16: Command Line Interface window 2.3.5 Creating a Login Account  The system is shipped with default setting for the Administrator account. The account is active, but it is recommended you change the password for this account.  ...

  • Page 36: Configuration Procedures Using The Cli, Logging Into The System, Changing The Administrator Password

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          NOTE: The default administrator account username is admin. The default administrator account password is 123. You cannot change the username. However, you can change the password at any time. If you forget your password, reset the system back to the default account and password by logging in, using the safety account.

  • Page 37: Select Line Type T1 Or E1

    Line type [T1/E1] Reset system Enter reset. RESULT: The system responds Resetting, then immediately resets both Ethernet Interfaces and all 4 T1/E1 interfaces without asking for a confirmation.   Issue 3      ...

  • Page 38: Select Line Coding, Procedure 9: Configuring Line Coding Using The Cli

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          2.4.4 Select Line Coding  Procedure 9: Configuring line coding using the CLI Follow this procedure to select the appropriate line code using the CLI manager. Action Log in Press Enter. At the username prompt, enter admin. At the password prompt, enter password.

  • Page 39: Configure Ports, Procedure 10: Configuring The Ethernet Ports Using The Cli

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          2.4.5 Configure Ports  Procedure 10: Configuring the Ethernet ports using the CLI Perform this procedure to configure the Ethernet ports using the CLI manager. NOTE: Both Ethernet ports operate at 100 Mbps Full Duplex. They will not operate at 10 Mbps or at half duplex.

  • Page 40: Procedure 11: Configuring The T1 Ports Using The Cli

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Procedure 11: Configuring the T1 ports using the CLI Follow this procedure to configure the T1 ports from the CLI manager. Action Log in Press Enter. At the username prompt, enter admin. At the password prompt, enter password.

  • Page 41

    Set timing mode NOTE: Timing mode applies to all four T1 lines. Loopback mode loops the T1/E1 Tx clock to the T1/E1 Rx. Recovered mode recovers the T1/E1 clock from the incoming T1/E1 over Ethernet bit stream (recovers the clock from the far end T1/E1).

  • Page 42: Procedure 12: Configuring The E1 Ports Using The Cli

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Procedure 12: Configuring the E1 ports using the CLI Follow this procedure to configure the E1 ports from the CLI manager. Action Log in Press Enter. At the username prompt, enter admin. At the password prompt, enter password.

  • Page 43

    Set timing mode NOTE: Timing mode applies to all four E1 lines. Loopback mode loops the T1/E1 Tx clock to the T1/E1 Rx. Recovered mode recovers the T1/E1 clock from the incoming T1/E1 over Ethernet bit stream (recovers the clock from the far end T1/E1).

  • Page 44: Configure Timing, Procedure 13: Configuring Timing Using The Cli

    RESULT: The system responds Clk ref line; [1,2,3,4] Set backup clock NOTE: This is the optional backup clock reference for all four T1/E1 lines. The reference line backup clock reference becomes active only when the master clock reference line is unavailable. The default setting is T1/E1 Port 2.

  • Page 45: Configuration Procedures Using The Ems, Logging Into The System

    Action Set timing mode NOTE: Timing mode applies to all four E1 lines. Loopback mode loops the T1/E1 Tx clock to the T1/E1 Rx. Recovered mode recovers the T1/E1 clock from the incoming T1/E1 over Ethernet bit stream (recovers the clock from the far end T1/E1).

  • Page 46: Figure 17: Login Dialogue Box

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Once you are successfully logged in, the T1/E1 Multiplexer EMS Main Menu opens (shown in Figure 18).   Issue 3                         T1/E1 Multiplexer FPGA Version 3.4  Figure 17: Login dialogue box Page 46 of 73 ...

  • Page 47: Figure 18: T1/e1 Multiplexer Ems Main Menu

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Figure 18: T1/E1 Multiplexer EMS main menu NOTE: You can access CLI commands by selecting File→Command Line Terminal from the EMS Main menu.   Issue 3                         T1/E1 Multiplexer FPGA Version 3.4  end of procedure Page 47 of 73 ...

  • Page 48: Changing The Administrator Password, Figure 19: Change Password Dialogue Box

      2.5.2 Changing the Administrator Password   There is only one account for the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer—the administrator account. The username may not be changed, however the password may be changed at any time. Figure 19: Change Password dialogue box Procedure 15: Changing Administrator password using the EMS Use this procedure to change the password from the EMS.

  • Page 49: Procedure 16: Selecting Line Type T1 Or E1 Using The Ems

    2.5.3 Select Line Type T1 or E1  Procedure 16: Selecting line type T1 or E1 using the EMS Follow these steps to configure line coding for the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer from the EMS. NOTE: Selecting either T1 or E1 will configure all 4 channels. 1. From main menu EMS, select the Configuration (Config) option.

  • Page 50: Procedure 18: Configuring E1 Line Coding Using The Ems, Configure Ports

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Procedure 18: Configuring E1 line coding using the EMS Follow these steps to configure line coding from the EMS. 1. From main menu EMS, select the Configuration (Config) option. 2. Select Configure E1. RESULT: The E1 Config dialogue box opens.

  • Page 51: Procedure 21: Configuring The E1 Ports Using The Ems

    NOTE: The clock source applies to all four T1 channels. Loopback mode loops the Tx clock back to the Rx. Recovered mode recovers the clock from the incoming T1/E1 over Ethernet-bit- stream (from the far end T1/E1). 13. When all channels are configured, select Close to close the dialogue box.

  • Page 52: Procedure 22: Configuring Timing Using The Ems, Configure Timing

    NOTE: The clock source applies to all four channels. Loopback mode loops the Tx clock back to the Rx. Recovered mode recovers the clock from the incoming T1/E1 over Ethernet-bit- stream (from the far end T1/E1). 11. Select Close to close the dialogue box once all channels are configured.

  • Page 53: Managing Your Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexers, Remote Management Through Control Port, Figure 20: Remote Management Overview

    3 MANAGING YOUR CANOPY T1/E1 MULTIPLEXERS  3.1 REMOTE MANAGEMENT THROUGH CONTROL PORT  The CONTROL port in the front panel (shown in capability to remotely manage the Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. To do so requires an Ethernet to RS-232 converter. An example of such a converter is available at http://www.precidia.com/products/product1.html.

  • Page 54: T1/e1 Alarms, Procedure 23: Displaying The Alarms Using The Cli

        3.2 T1/E1 ALARMS  Each T1/E1 channel has alarms for line code violation (BPV), receive loss of signal (LOS), and alarm indication signal (AIS) detection. Follow these steps to display the alarms using the CLI. Procedure 23: Displaying the alarms using the CLI...

  • Page 55: Figure 21: Canopy T1/e1 Mux Alarms Window, Procedure 24: Displaying Alarms Using The Ems

    2. Select the desired T1/E1 Channel (1 through 4). NOTES:  1. The T1/E1 alarms will be displayed, with a green light meaning no current alarms and a red light meaning that there is a current alarm. The alarms are also displayed in text form: No means that there is not a current alarm.

  • Page 56: System Reset, Figure 22: Ems Reset Confirmation Box

    Reset system Enter reset. RESULT: The system responds Resetting, then immediately resets both Ethernet Interfaces and all 4 T1/E1 interfaces without asking for a confirmation. Follow these steps to reset the system using the EMS. Procedure 26: Resetting the system using the EMS 1.

  • Page 57: T1/e1 Loopback, Figure 23: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer In T1/e1 Loopback Mode

    This provides a bi-directional loopback on the T1/E1 interface. The near end T1/E1 Transmit is looped back to the near end Receive, and the far end T1/E1 transmit that arrives over the BH Ethernet port is looped back to the far end Receive.

  • Page 58: Invoking A T1/e1 Loopback Using The Cli, Invoking A T1/e1 Loopback Using The Ems

    RESULT: The Loopback Test dialogue box opens. 2. Select the target T1/E1 Channel by clicking on the appropriate tab. 3. Use the On or Off radio button to invoke or remove the T1/E1 loopback. RESULT: The Loopback is immediately invoked or removed.

  • Page 59: Measurements From Diagnostics, Firmware Upgrades, Figure 24: System Upgrade Window

    Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer. Procedure 29: Upgrading firmware To install new firmware on a Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer, perform the following steps. 1. Close any other applications that are active on the PC. 2. From the main menu of the EMS, select Config→Software Upgrade (shown in Figure 15 on Page 33).

  • Page 60: Figure 25: Fpga Revision Details Screen

    7. Reset the T1/E1 Multiplexer according to RESULT: The upgrade process is complete. 8. From the main menu of the EMS, select Help→About Canopy T1/E1 Mux. 9. Verify that the intended firmware version is indicated on the screen that results,...

  • Page 61: License Key Upgrades, Figure 26: T1/e1 Port Upgrade Window, Figure 27: Key Accepted Window

    Canopy distributor. Procedure 30: Installing a license key to enable an additional port To install a license key on a Canopy T1/E1 Multiplexer, perform the following steps. 1. From the main menu of the EMS, select Config→T1/E1 Port Upgrade Config→Software Upgrade (shown in...

  • Page 62: Figure 28: Invalid Key Entry Window, Figure 29: Canopy T1/e1 Mux Configuration Window

    RESULT: The Canopy T1/E1 Mux Configuration window opens, as shown in Figure Figure 29: Canopy T1/E1 Mux Configuration window 5. In the lower right quadrant of the window, find the Enabled T1/E1 Ports block. NOTE: Each enabled port is identified by a black check mark.  ...

  • Page 63: Terms Of Warranty, Software License Terms And Conditions

    Termination. This License is effective until terminated. This License will terminate immediately without notice from Motorola or judicial resolution if you fail to comply with any provision of this License. Upon such termination you must destroy the Software, all accompanying written materials and all copies thereof, and the sections entitled Limited Warranty, Limitation of Remedies and Damages, and General will survive any termination.

  • Page 64

    Software or accompanying written materials, regardless of the basis of the claim and even if Motorola or a Motorola representative has been advised of the possibility of such damage. Motorola's liability to you for direct damages for any cause whatsoever, regardless of the basis of the form of the action, will be limited to the price paid for the Software that caused the damages.

  • Page 65: Hardware Warranty In U.s, Obtaining Technical Support

    3.8.2 Hardware Warranty in U.S.  Motorola U.S. offers a warranty covering a period of one year from the date of purchase by the customer. If a product is found defective during the warranty period, Motorola will repair or replace the product with the same or a similar model, which may be a reconditioned unit, without charge for parts or labor.

  • Page 66: Invoking Your Warranty Rights

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          6. Verify that the Canopy configuration files match the last known good (baseline) Canopy configuration files captured in site log book. 7. Verify connectivity (physical cabling). 8. At the SM level, minimize your network configuration (remove home network devices to help isolate problem).

  • Page 67: Canopy T1/e1 Multiplexer Reference Information, Cli Commands To Get Status Information

    OFF, the port will be forced to 100 Mbps Full Duplex. Get line type Enter get type The system responds Line type [T1/E1] Gets the line type, either T1 or E1. All four ports have the same line type.   Issue 3  ...

  • Page 68

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          Desired Action Get T1 line length Enter get line [1/2/3/4] length where [1/2/3/4] represents T1 ports 1 through 4. The system responds Line [1/2/3/4] length 1.2 dB; 266-399 / 1.8 dB; 399-533 / 2.4 dB; 533-655 / 3.0 dB]...

  • Page 69

    NOTE: [1/2/3/4] represents T1/E1 ports 1 through 4. Displays the T1/E1 secondary or backup clock reference line. This clock reference is the backup clock reference for all four T1/E1 lines. The backup clock reference will become active only when the master clock reference line is unavailable.

  • Page 70

        Desired Action View T1/E1 Alarms Enter get alarms The system responds displays alarms for all 4 T1/E1 ports, as in the following example: Line1: Line code violation: No Receive Loss of Signal: No Alarm Indication Signal Detect: No...

  • Page 71: Regulatory Compliance Information, Federal Communication Commission Declaration Of Conformity Statement

    Get FPGA Revision Enter get fpga revision The system responds FPGA Get the revision (version number) of the Canopy T1/E1 FPGA. The FPGA controls the T1 parameters. 4.2 REGULATORY COMPLIANCE INFORMATION  This section contains information regarding regulatory compliance with the Federal Communication Commission, Department of Communications and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute applies to the Canopy BH radio link.

  • Page 72: Department Of Communications – Canada, European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Trademarks, Product Names, And Service Names

    MOTOROLA, the stylized M Logo and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. ® Reg. U.S. Pat & Tm. Office. Canopy is a trademark of Motorola, Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

  • Page 73: References

    Canopy  T1/E1 Multiplexer          4.4 REFERENCES  This document refers to the following documents: ◦ American National Standards Institute. ANSI T1.101-1999 – Telecommunication Synchronization Interface Standards. ◦ American National Standards Institute. ANSI T1.105.09-1996 – Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) Network Element Timing and Synchronization.

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