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JUL-6226
MANUAL
APRIL.13, 2005
Version 1.4

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    JUL-6226 MANUAL APRIL.13, 2005 Version 1.4...

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    Introduction • Read this instruction manual carefully before use. Be sure you fully understand the instructions in this manual before using the equipment. • After reading, save this instruction manual and refer to it as necessary. If you have any questions about or there is something wrong with the equipment, refer to this manual.

  • Page 3: Before Use

    Before use: Warning Indications This manual and the product use some icons to help you use the product properly and prevent any damage to you and other people or property. The following icons classify the potential damage if the indications are ignored or the product is used improperly. When reading the manual, keep these in mind.

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    Precautions in Use Warning Don’t place containers having water, chemicals or cosmetics, such as vessels, flower pots and glasses, or small pieces of metals near or on top of this product. Liquids spilled over or into or small metal pieces getting into the product may cause fire, electrical shocks or failures.

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    Cautions This manual describes important points to operate and maintain the equipment. Read the related sections when operating, maintaining and testing the unit. Do not try to carry out a test or maintenance not covered in this manual. This equipment is a precision machine. A failure may occur if you do not observe the following: •...

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    Cautions Don't use organic solvent for cleaning such as thinner and benzene because this may damage the coating. Just wipe the surface with a clean dry cloth. Befour plugging in or unplugging the coaxial cable between the AP-RFU and If you have any questions about this equipment or if you want to make inquires about failures, please contact our sales department.

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    Avant usage: Indications Préventives Le manuel d’utilisation et le produit utilisent des icônes pour vous aider à utiliser correctement le This manual and the product use some icons to help you use the product properly and produit et prévenir tout dommages sur vous, sur des tiers ou sur des biens. Les icônes qui suivent, prevent any damage to you and other people or property.

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    Précautions d’utilisations Attention Warning Don’t place containers having water, chemicals or cosmetics, Ne placez pas de récipients contenant de l'eau, des produits chimiques ou des such as vessels, flower pots and glasses, or small pieces of produits de beauté, tels que vaisselle, pots de fleur et verres, ou de petits metals near or on top of this product.

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    Cautions Attention Ce manuel décrit les points importants pour l’utilisation et la maintenance This manual describes important points to operate and maintain the du Matériel. Lisez les chapitres correspondants pour l’utilisation, la equipment. Read the related sections when operating, maintaining maintenance et le test du Matériel.

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    Cautions Attention Don't use organic solvent for cleaning such as thinner and benzene because N'utilisez pas de solvant organique pour le nettoyage, tel que this may damage the coating. Just wipe the surface with a clean dry cloth. dissolvant et benzène parce que cela peut endommager le revêtement.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS OVERVIEW ............................. 1-1 FCC Notice ..........................1-1 System Configuration ....................... 1-2 Components ..........................1-3 External Views of the Units ...................... 1-4 Specifications..........................2-10 General............................ 2-10 AP ............................2-11 WT ............................2-11 AP ..............................3-12 AP-RFU ..........................3-12 3.1.1 Overview......................... 3-12 3.1.2 Operations and Indications....................

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    5.2.4 Connecting Cables to the WT Adapter................5-33 Standard Tools to be Used....................... 5-34 Switches ..........................5-35 5.4.1 Switches on the AP-IFU....................5-35 5.4.2 Switches on the WT Adapter................... 5-36 Connectors ..........................5-37 5.5.1 Connecting the AP-RFU and AP-IFU ................5-37 5.5.2 Connectors on the AP-IFU....................

  • Page 13: Fcc Notice

    OVERVIEW JUL-6226 is a broadband wireless point-to-multipoint communication system operating at 24-26 GHz that provides high-speed IP access. The 80Mbps/40Mbps wireless transmission rate is available on one frequency channel having the RF bandwidth of 26MHz. The wireless transmission rate depends upon the selected modulation system (16QAM/QPSK), which is controlled for each subscriber terminal to be adapted with the radio propagation path environment such as the distance from the access point and rainfall conditions.

  • Page 14: System Configuration

    Caution. Changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user’sauthority to operate the equipment. 1.2 System Configuration One Access Point (AP) has the capacity of linking with up to 239 subscriber terminals to configure a point-to-multipoint (P-MP) communications system. An omni-directional antenna (with horizontal directivity of 360°) mainly for a residential area of detached houses and a horn-type antenna ( 90°...

  • Page 15: Components

    1.3 Components Table 1-1 Components Name Description The AP-RFU is a radio unit that accommodates both the AP-RFU antenna and transceiver in the same housing. Connecting an AP-IFU to the AP-RFU constitutes an AP and allows connecting multiple WTs over radio links. The AP-IFU converts Ethernet frames into radio signals and AP-IFU vice versa.

  • Page 16: External Views Of The Units

    1.4 External Views of the Units Omni External View of the AP-RFU ( Nameplate for this unit Generic nameplate Figure 1-1 External View of the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna)

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    Omni External View of the AP-RFU (Horn) External View of the AP-RFU ( Nameplate for this unit Generic nameplat Figure 1-2 External View of the AP-RFU (Horn Antenna)

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    External View of the AP-IFU Generic nameplate T YPE W−A P< EL0 > I NPU T : DC −4 8V 0.8 A S ER. NO . D ATE : M A D E I N J A P A N Nameplate for this unit Figure 1-3 External View of the AP-IFU...

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    External View of the WT Generic Nameplate for nameplate this unit Figure 1-4 External View of the WT 75°or more 70 or less 45°or more 80 or less Figure 1-5 External View of the Outdoor Mounting Brackets for the WT...

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    WT ADAPTER MODEL NQD−2049 Figure 1-6 External View of the WT Adapter...

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    30 or less 120 or less 70 or less Figure 1-7 External View of the WT AC Adapter...

  • Page 22: Specifications

    Specifications 2.1 General Table 2-1 General General Transmit/Receve Band 24.101-24.549 GHz 24.549-24.997 GHz 24.997-25.445 GHz 25.557-26.005 GHz 26.005-26.453 GHz Channel spacing 28MHz (refer: Channel_arrangement) Number of Remote Terminals 239 per Carrier Duplex / Access Method TDD-TDM/TDMA Modulation QPSK & 16-QAM, dynamic adaptive Throughput/ RF Carrier QPSK: 23 Mbps Aggregate 16-QAM: 46 Mbps Aggregate...

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    2.2 AP Table 2-2 AP Access Point(AP) Antenna Beamwidth and Gain Omni(V/H) 360° : 6.5dBi Sectoral(V/H) 90°x10°: 15.5dBi Network Interface 100BASE-TX and 100BASE-FX(option) Input Power -48vdc -/+5% , <0.8Amps -48VDC-/+20%、<0.8Amps Physical Dimensions:W190 x H190 x D362mm Weight:3kg Dimensions:W275 x H325 x D165mm Weight:14kg Temperature -20℃...

  • Page 24: Ap-rfu

    3.1 AP-RFU 3.1.1 Overview The AP-RFU consists of three blocks: Antenna section, RF section and IF section. • Antenna section The omni-directional antenna (with horizontal directivity of 360°) and the horn-type antenna ( 90° × 10° directivity) give same shapes of AP-RFU. •...

  • Page 25: Operations And Indications

    AP-RFU I F _ F r e q 1 7 1 0 M H z AUTO ON/OFF RFU-IF T RS EL ( RF ) V ar ia bl e[ 2 0d B] RX_LVL VAR_ATT ×2 [30dB] S A W B P F D i e l e c t r i c _ B P F UP_CONV COMP...

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    The digital section consists of the wireless MAC processor, TDD/TDMA controller, modem and system controller. The wireless MAC processor converts between the Ethernet frames that the interface section handles and wireless MAC frames. It also schedules the dynamic slot assignment. The TDD/TDMA controller performs scrambling, encryption, error correction and other processing.

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    3.2.2 Operations and Indications 26G-2-AP-CNT 26G-2-AP-PWR 制御盤LED部拡大図 ⑧ AUTO AUTO FULL FULL ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ETHER1 AUTO ETHER2 AUTO Figure 3-3 AP-IFU Operation and Indication Panel Table 3-1 AP-IFU Indications State indication POWER Lit green: Power on Extinguished: Power off ETHER 1 Lit green: ETHER link established...

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    Table 3-2 AP-IFU Controls Switch Description 1 ETHER1 AUTO Sets the ETHER1 interface (100BASE full duplex/AUTO). After changing the switch setting, you have to reboot the unit (power off and (The shape of the switch back on) to enable the new setting. may be changed) AUTO: AUTO 100FULL: 100BASE full duplex (factory setting)

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    4.1 WT 4.1.1 Overview The WT consists of the antenna section, RF section, IF section, digital section, interface section and power supply. • Antenna section Uses a Triplate planar antennas to make the antenna compact and to provide a high gain. •...

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    The digital modem performs modulation and demodulation of transmitting and receiving burst signals. The TDD/TDMA framer constructs and deconstructs radio burst frames. It alse performs scrambling, encryption, and error correction functionarities. The wireless MAC processor converts between the Ethernet frames and the wireless MAC frames in the radio channel.

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    Figure 4-1 is a block diagram of the WT. WT-MAC TR SE L(R F) Signal processing part FR EQ _CN T( RF ) TR SE L(I F) X ' T A L Interface part M OD_ I/ Q( BAL ) RS-232  ...

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    (2) State transition The table below shows how each LED changes its state after the power is turned on until the unit becomes operable. Table 4-2 LED State Transition when the Power is Turned On Immediately Several Radio Authenticating Operating after Remarks after the power seconds...

  • Page 33: Installation

    INSTALLATION 5.1 Installing the AP-RFU and AP-IFU 5.1.1 Installing the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Fix the AP-RFU (omni antenna) to a pole using the bolts . At this time, extract the pigtail cable that comes with the AP-RFU from the hole in the pole as shown in Figure 5-1. Pigtail cable of the AP-RFU Figure 5-1 Installing the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) 5-21...

  • Page 34: Installing The Ap-rfu (horn Antenna)

    5.1.2 Installing the AP-RFU (Horn Antenna) Attach the AP-RFU mounting bracket to the AP-RFU using the three bolts as shown in Figure 5-3. You can align the antenna either for vertical or horizontal polarization. Fix the AP-RFU mounting bracket to the pole using the bolts as shown in Figure 5-2.

  • Page 35: Setting Ap-rfu (horn Antenna) For Vertical Or Horizontal Polarization

    5.1.3 Setting AP-RFU (Horn Antenna) for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization TOP V Vertical TOP V Figure 5-4 Vertical Polarization TOP H Horizontal TOP H Figure 5-5 Horizontal Polarization 5-23...

  • Page 36: Installing The Ap-ifu

    5.1.4 Installing the AP-IFU 5.1.4.1 Installing the AP-IFU on a Utility Pole Figure 5-6 Installing the AP-IFU on a Utility Pole 5.1.4.2 Indoor Installation Figure 5-7 Indoor Installation 5.1.4.3 Installing the AP-IFU on a 19-inch Rack Figure 5-8 Installing the AP-IFU on a 19-inch Rack 5-24...

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    5.1.4.4 Opening and Closing the AP-IFU Cover To open the cover: Loosen the special screws to open the cover as shown in Figure 5-9. Fix the cover using the stopper as shown in Figure 5-9. To close the cover: Fix the stopper on the main unit as shown in Figure 5-9.

  • Page 38: Connecting A Cable To The Ap-rfu (omni Antenna)

    5.1.5 Connecting a Cable to the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Pole Cold-shrinkable sleeve Coaxial cable with an N connector (IF cable) To the AP-IFU Figure 5-10 Connecting the Cable to the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) CAUTION: +16VDC to be supplied to the AP-RFU is superimposed on the signals in the IF cable. Turn off the power to the AP-IFU when installing or removing the IF cable.

  • Page 39: Connecting A Cable To The Ap-rfu (horn Antenna)

    5.1.6 Connecting a Cable to the AP-RFU (Horn Antenna) Cold-shrinkable sleeve Coaxial cable with an N connector (IF cable) To the AP-IFU To the AP-IFU Figure 5-11 Connecting a Cable to the AP-RFU (Horn Antenna) CAUTION: +16VDC to be supplied to the AP-RFU is superimposed on the signals in the IF cable. Turn off the power to the AP-IFU when installing or removing the IF cable.

  • Page 40: Connecting Cables To The Ap-ifu

    5.1.7 Connecting Cables to the AP-IFU Connect four cables to the AP-IFU: a coaxial cable (with an N connector), optical cable, outdoor power supply cable, and ground wire. Round connector for the power cable terminal FG terminal Coaxial cable with an (More than M4nut) N connector (IF cable) Ethernetl cable...

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    IF terminal Use a T25 torx driver to open the AP-IFU Coaxial cable with an N cover. connector (IF cable) Cold-shrinkable sleeve To the AP-RFU Figure 5-12-2 Connecting Cables to the AP-IFU (on the AP-CNT Side) CAUTION: When opening the AP-IFU cover, make sure that the four special screws are loosened completely.

  • Page 42: Installing The Wt

    5.2 Installing the WT 5.2.1 Installing the WT Attach the WT mounting bracket to the WT using the bolts You can orient the WT either for vertical or horizontal polarization. Secure the WT mounting bracket to the pole using the bolts. Figure 5-13 Installing the WT 5-30...

  • Page 43: Setting The Wt For Vertical Or Horizontal Polarization

    5.2.2 Setting the WT for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization Rotate the antenna ninety degrees to choose between vertical or horizontal polarization TOP V TOP V Figure 5-14 Vertical Polarization TOP H TOP H T Y P E W − W T < E L >...

  • Page 44: Installing The Wt Adapter

    5.2.3 Installing the WT Adapter Screw into the mounting position the wood screw that comes with the WT adapter, leaving 2 mm. Hook the WT adapter on the wood screw. Wood Screw Figure 5-16 Installing the WT Adapter on the Wall 5-32...

  • Page 45: Connecting Cables To The Wt Adapter

    5.2.4 Connecting Cables to the WT Adapter Connect three cables to the WT adapter: Ethernet cable to connect the WT, Ethernet cable to connect the PC, and AC adapter cable. Specification for the Ethernet cable to connect the WT and WT adapter: Straight Specification for the Ethernet cable to connect the PC (PC port): To PC: Straight...

  • Page 46: Standard Tools To Be Used

    5.3 Standard Tools to be Used The table below lists the tools used during installation or maintenance of the units. Table 5-1 Tools Used Unit name Used for: Tightening Tool torque [N•cm] Door Torx driver (VESSEL T25H-120) Power board Phillips screwdriver Cable clamp Phillips screwdriver Power board...

  • Page 47: Switches

    5.4 Switches 5.4.1 Switches on the AP-IFU ① ② ③ ④ Figure 5-18 Switches on the AP-IFU Power switch This is the switch to supply power to the AP-IFU and AP-RFU. POWER LED When on : Lit green When off: Extinguished ETHER1/ETHER2 switch This is the switch to set AUTO or 100FULL.

  • Page 48: Switches On The Wt Adapter

    5.4.2 Switches on the WT Adapter ETHER LED PC port Figure 5-19 Switches on the WT Adapter TEST SW switch This is the switch to check for any disconnection on the Ethernet cable connecting the WT and WT adapter. CAUTION: If you turn on this switch, the Ethernet signal is looped back to the WT and not output to the PC port.

  • Page 49: Connectors

    5.5 Connectors 5.5.1 Connecting the AP-RFU and AP-IFU TOP V From/to the IFU Figure 5-20 Connecting Section of the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) IF terminal: Pigtail connector (connector type: N-J) Connect the coaxial cable with an N-type connector from the AP-IFU. TOP...

  • Page 50: Connectors On The Ap-ifu

    5.5.2 Connectors on the AP-IFU T Y P E W− A P < E L 0 > I N P U T : D C − 4 8 V 0 .8 A S E R . N O . D A T E :...

  • Page 51: Connectors On The Wt

    5.5.3 Connectors on the WT TXD+ ① TOP V TXD- RXD+ ① LED1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 LED2 ② RXD- +24V _IN ② 4 3 2 1 Use a T20 torx driver to open interface cover Figure 5-23 Connecting Section of the WT ETHER port This is the port to connect the WT to the WT adapter.

  • Page 52: Connectors On The Wt Adapter

    5.5.4 Connectors on the WT Adapter 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 RXD+ ① RXD- TXD+ LED1 LED2 TXD- +24V _OUT Top view RXD+ ② RXD- TXD+ 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TXD- Bottom view Figure 5-24 Connecting Section of the WT Adapter ANT port: (Connector type: RJ-45) This is the port to connect the WT to the WT adapter.

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Ap-ifu, Ap-rfu, Wt

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