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JRC FWA SYSTEM
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Rev. 3.4
24/SEP./2008
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    JRC FWA SYSTEM INSTRUCTION MANUAL Rev. 3.4 24/SEP./2008...

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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.

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    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 AP-IFU, turn the power off. The DC -48V power supply voltage for AP-IFU shall be SELV or TNV-1 depending on the network environment (0 or 1) acc.

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

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    Précautions d’utilisations Attention Ne placez pas de récipients contenant de l'eau, des produits chimiques ou des produits de beauté, tels que vaisselle, pots de fleur et verres, ou de petits morceaux de métal à coté ou sur ce produit. Les éclaboussures de liquides sur ou à...

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    Attention Ce manuel décrit les points importants pour l’utilisation et la maintenance du Matériel. Lisez les chapitres correspondants pour l’utilisation, la maintenance et le test du Matériel. N'essayez pas d'effectuer un test ou une maintenance qui ne soit pas décrit dans ce manuel. Cet équipement est une machine de précision.

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    Attention N'utilisez pas de solvant organique pour le nettoyage, tel que dissolvant et benzène parce que cela peut endommager le revêtement. Essuyez juste la surface avec un chiffon sec et propre. Avant de brancher ou de débrancher le câble coaxial entre AP-RFU et AP-IFU, mettez hors-tension.

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    Prima dell’utilizzo Seguire attentamente le avvertenze Questo manuale ed il prodotto usano delle icone per aiutarLa a utilizzare propriamente il prodotto e prevengono eventuali danni a Lei o ad altre persone o beni materiale derivanti dal cattivo utilizzo di questo prodotto. Le icone seguenti classificano il pericolo ed il danno potenziale nel caso in cui le indicazioni fossero ignorate o nel caso in cui il prodotto fosse usato impropriamente.

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    Precauzioni d’uso Pericoli Non metta contenitori d’acqua, prodotti chimici o cosmetici, come vasi, pentole ed occhiali o piccoli pezzi di metalli vicino o in cima a questo prodotto. Liquidi versati sopra o all’interno del prodotto, piccoli elementi metallici inseriti all’interno del prodotto possono provocare shock elettreici o malfunzionamenti.

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    Avvertenze Questo manuale descrive importanti precauzioni punti per l’utilizzo e la manutenzione del prodotto. Legga le sezioni relative durante l’uso, in veglia o durante la prova dell'unità. Non tenti di eseguire prove o operazioni non descritte in questo manuale. uesta attrezzatura è una macchina di precisione. Possono verificarsi malfunzionamenti se non osserva le seguenti precauzioni: ・...

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    Cautele Non usi solventi organici come diluente e benzene per pulire il dispositivo perché questo può danneggiarne il rivestimento. Asciugi la superficie con una stoffa asciutta e pulita. Prima di collegare o scollegare il cavo coassiale tra l'AP-RFU ed AP-IFU, spenga il dispositivo.

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    Bitte beachten vor der Inbetriebnahme Warnhinweise und Kennzeichnungen In dDiesem Handbuch und bei der Verwendung des Produktes werden Kennzeichen benutzt, die Ihnen helfen sollen das Produkt richtig einzusetzen und gleichzeitig verhindern sollen, dass Personenschäden entstehen. Bitte lesen Sie die folgenden Hinweise sorgfältig und beachten die Angaben beim Lesen des Handbuchs.

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    Vorkehrungen beim Gebrauch Warnung Bitte stellen Sie keine Wasserbehälter, Chemikalien oder Kosmetika, wie zum Beispiel Gefäße, Blumenvasen, Gläser oder kleine Metallstücke auf oder in die Nähe des Produktes. Flüssigkeiten oder kleine Metallteile, die in das Garät gelangen, könnten Brände, Kurzschlüsse oder Fehlfunktionen hervorrufen.

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    Vorsicht Dieses Handbuch enthält wichtige Informationen zur Bedienung und Wartung des Gerätes. Lesen Sie bitte die entsprechenden Abschnitte bevor Sie das Gerät in Betrieb bedienen, warten oder in anderer Weise testen. Bitte führen Sie keine Tests durch, die im Manual nicht beschrieben sind. Dieses Gerät ist ein hochgenaues Instrument.

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    Cautions Benutzen Sie kein organische Lösungsmittel, wie Verdünner und Benzole zur Reinigung, weil dies der Oberfläche des Gerätes beschädigen könnte. Reinigen Sie die Oberfläche nur mit einem sauberen trockenen Stofftuch. Bitte schalten Sie das Gerät aus, bevor Sie das Koaxialkabel zwischen AP-RFU und AP-IFU anschliessen oder entfernen.

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Introduction ............................I Before use ............................II Precautions in Use ........................III Avant usage..........................VI Précautions d’utilisations ......................VII Prima dell’utilizzo........................... X Precauzioni d’uso ......................... XI Bitte beachten vor der Inbetriebnahme ..................XIV Vorkehrungen beim Gebrauch ....................XV CONTENTS ..........................XVIII OVERVIEW.......................... 1-1 1.1. FCC Notice....................... 1-1 1.2.

  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    2.2.8. Antenna direction adjustment tool ..............2-24 AP ............................3-25 3.1. AP-RFU ........................3-25 3.1.1. Overview ......................3-25 3.1.2. Antenna section ....................3-25 3.1.3. RF section......................3-25 3.1.4. IF section ......................3-25 3.1.5. Operations and Indications................. 3-26 3.1.5.1. Indications ....................3-26 3.1.5.2.

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    5.1. Overview......................... 5-45 5.2. Installing the AP-RFU and AP-IFU ................. 5-46 5.2.1. Installing the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna)............... 5-46 5.2.2. Installing the AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) ..........5-48 5.2.3. Setting AP-RFU(Sectoral-Horn Antenna)for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization 5-51 5.2.4. installing the AP-IFU ................... 5-52 5.2.4.1.

  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    6.5. Installing the WT..................... 6-77 6.5.1. Installing the WT ....................6-77 6.5.2. Example of Installing the WT................6-79 6.5.3. Setting the WT for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization ........6-80 6.6. Installing the WT (External Antenna)..............6-81 6.6.1. Installing the WT (ExternalΦ30cm Antenna) ............6-81 6.6.2.

  • Page 23: Table Of Contents

    7.7.1.2. Roughly Adjusting the Direction ..............7-132 7.7.1.3. Finely Adjusting the Direction ..............7-133 7.7.2. The receive level and the distance ..............7-134 7.8. Installing the WT Adapter(master/slave) .............. 7-136 7.9. Connecting Cables to the WT(master/slave) ............7-137 7.10. Waterproofing WT small window................7-139 7.11.

  • Page 24: Overview

    1. OVERVIEW JRC FWA SYSTEM 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...

  • Page 25: System Configuration

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Caution . Changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 26: Deployment Schemes

    The Operation System (OpS) allowing the installation and registration of subscriber terminals and the supervision of its operational status is optionally available. 1.4. Deployment Schemes Figure 1-1 is deployment schemes of JRC FWA systems. Access Point WT: Wireless Terminal RFU: Radio Frequency Unit...

  • Page 27: Components

    1.5. Components Table 1-1 Components Name Model Description AP-RFU(Sectoral-Horn) NTG-335<1><2><4> The AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn) is a radio unit that accommodates both the 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.

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    NKK-163 There are antenna direction adjustment tools adjustment tool for the AP and WT. AP Local management tool 、 WT Local JRC Local management tool H-7YZCM5074B management tool 、AP Local management CD-ROM tool instruction manual and WT Local management tool instruction manual are included in this CD-ROM.

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    H-7YZCM5076C The PMP-OpS is included in this CD-ROM. (CD-ROM) PMP-OpS H-7YZCM5056A The PMP-OpS (Point-to-Multipoint Operation System) is an SNMP manager dedicated to a JRC FWA system with a point-to-multipoint configuration. PMP-OpS H-7YZCM5062 The PMP-OpS INSTRUCTION MANUAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL PP-OpS (CD-ROM) H-7YZCM5077B The PP-OpS is included in this CD-ROM.

  • Page 30: Specifications

    2. Specifications 2.1. General Table 2-1 JRC FWA SYSTEM Specifications Point to Multipoint System Item Point to Point System Frequency Band [GHz] 24.050-24.549 24.549-24.997 24.997-25.445 25.557-26.005 26.005-26.453 Duplex/multiple TDD/TDMA access Modulation system QPSK/16QAM Symbol rate 20M symbol/s Radio Transmission QPSK:40Mbps...

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    Power -48 V DC 100 to 240 V AC 35W (MAX) 35VA (MAX) Physical RFU:Dimensions W190XH190XD362(mm) RF Unit (Internal Antenna):Dimensions W190XH190XD61(mm) Weight 3kg Weight about 2kg RF Unit (External Antenna):Dimensions W220 XH220XD53(mm) Weight about 3kg IFU:Dimensions W275XH325XD165(mm) WT Adapter:Dimensions W45XH95XD40(mm) Weight 8kg Weight about 100g AC Adapter:Dimensions W60XH38XD120(mm) (NBG-317)

  • Page 32: External Views Of The Units

    2.2. External Views of the Units 2.2.1. AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Omni Antenna (in mm) Figure 2-1 External View of the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna)

  • Page 33: Ap-rfu (omni Antenna) Nameplate

    2.2.1.1. AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Nameplate Nameplate(a) FCCID:CKENTG335− Nameplate(b) TYPEW−AP < 3 > ( O m n i < 2 > ) < 3 > SER.NO : < 1 > < 2 > < 4 > . MADE IN JAPAN Nameplate(c) FCCID:CKENTG335−...

  • Page 34: Ap-rfu (omni Antenna) Mounting Bracket

    2.2.1.2. AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Mounting Bracket (in mm) Figure 2-3 Mounting Bracket 2-11...

  • Page 35: Ap-rfu (sectoral-horn Antenna)

    2.2.2. AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) Sectoral-Horn Antenna (in mm) Figure 2-4 External View of the AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) 2-12...

  • Page 36: Ap-rfu (sectoral-horn Antenna) Nameplate

    2.2.2.1. AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) Nameplate Nameplate(a) FCCID:CKENTG335− Nameplate(b) TYPEW−AP < 3 > < 3 > ( S e c t r a l H o r n < 2 > ) SER.NO : < 1 > < 2 > < 4 > ....

  • Page 37: Ap-rfu (sectoral-horn Antenna) Mounting Bracket

    2.2.2.2. AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) Mounting Bracket (in mm) Figure 2-6 Mounting Bracket 2-14...

  • Page 38: Ap-ifu

    2.2.3. AP-IFU T Y P E W − A P < E L 0 > S E R . N O . : D A T E : (in mm) Figure 2-7 External View of the AP-IFU 2-15...

  • Page 39: Ap-ifu Nameplate

    2.2.3.1. AP-IFU Nameplate Nameplate(a) TYPEW−AP<EL0> INPUT: DC−38.4V − −57.6V 0.8A <1> SER.NO.: DATE : MADE IN JAPAN (in mm) <1> Blank : non RoHS : RoHS Figure 2-8 Nameplate 2-16...

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    2.2.4. WT E T H E R (in mm) Figure 2-9 External View of the WT 2-17...

  • Page 41: Wt Nameplate

    2.2.4.1. WT Nameplate Nameplate(a) FCCID:CKENTG337− Nameplate(b) TYPEW−WT INPUT : DC24V 0.7A SER.NO : MAC : : : : : : . MADE IN JAPAN Nameplate(c) <2><3><4> Nameplate(d) 768B-NTG337<2> <2><3><4> <1> <2> EL0 : 24.050∼24.549GHz L0 : 24.050∼24.549GHz L1 : 24.549∼24.997GHz EL1 : 24.549∼24.997GHz EL2 : 24.997∼25.445GHz L2 : 24.997∼25.445GHz...

  • Page 42: Wt Mounting Bracket

    2.2.4.2. WT Mounting Bracket 75 ° or less 45 ° or less 150 or more (240) Mounting Bracket (It is possible to install it only on the point Pole for installation part in the pole.) ( Applicable outer diameter : Φ31.8mm to Φ34mm ) (in mm) Figure 2-11 External View of the Outdoor Mounting Brackets for the WT 2-19...

  • Page 43: Wt (external Antenna)

    2.2.5. WT (External Antenna) E T H E R Figure 2-12 External View of the WT (External Antenna) 2-20...

  • Page 44: Wt (external Antenna) Nameplate

    2.2.5.1. WT (External Antenna) Nameplate Nameplate(a) FCCID:CKENTG337− -<5> Nameplate(b) TYPEW−WT INPUT : DC24V 0.7A SER.NO : MAC : : : : : : . MADE IN JAPAN Nameplate(c) <2><3><4> <2> <1> EL0 : 24.050∼24.549GHz X0 : 24.050∼24.549GHz EL2 : 24.997∼25.445GHz X2 : 24.997∼25.445GHz <4>...

  • Page 45: Wt Adapter

    2.2.6. WT Adapter WT ADAPTER MODEL NQD−2049 (in mm) Figure 2-14 External View of the WT Adapter 2.2.6.1. WT Adapter Nameplate WT ADAPTER MODEL NQD−2049 <1> <1> Blank : non RoHS : RoHS (in mm) Figure 2-15 Nameplate 2-22...

  • Page 46: Wt Ac Adapter

    2.2.7. WT AC Adapter 1710 2000 H-7ZCCM0132 (A Type) H-7ZCCM0135 (C Type) (in mm) Figure 2-16 External View of the WT AC Adapter 2-23...

  • Page 47: Antenna Direction Adjustment Tool

    2.2.8. Antenna direction adjustment tool (in mm) Shape of the scope is subject to change without notice. Figure 2-17 Antenna direction adjustment tool 2-24...

  • Page 48: Ap-rfu

    3. AP 3.1. AP-RFU 3.1.1. Overview The AP-RFU consists of three blocks: Antenna section, RF section and IF section. 3.1.2. Antenna section The omni-directional antenna (with horizontal directivity of 360°) and the Sectoral-Horn-type antenna ( 90° × 10° directivity) look the same. 3.1.3.

  • Page 49: Operations And Indications

    The CPU in the IF section performs the AGC, the cable loss compensation, and the monitoring and control functionalities. Figure 3-1is a block diagram of the AP-RFU. AP-RFU I F _ F r e q 1 7 1 0 M H z AUTO ON/OFF RFU-IF T RS EL ( RF )

  • Page 50: Terminals

    3.1.6. Terminals 3.1.6.1. Omni Antenna TO P V IF terminal connector (a) IF terminal connector Contents Connect the AP-IFU with the coaxial cable. Shape N-Type Jack for Coaxial Applicable Connector N-Type Plug for Coaxial Figure 3-2 Connecting Section of the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) 3.1.6.2.

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    3.2. AP-IFU 3.2.1. Overview AP-IFU consists of three blocks: IF section, digital section and interface section. 3.2.2. IF section The transmission IF section performs quadrature modulation of 427.5MHz IF frequency according to the transmission output from the digital modem installed in the WT-ASIC. In the receiving IF section, the received burst signal level is adjusted by the automatic gain control (AGC) function of the digital modem.

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    AP-IFU Digital part Interface part IF part 20 MH z R eset MODE M-A SIC_ RST SE NS (FRO M_S -CPU ) L C _ L P F + 5 . 0 L C _ B P F 2 .5M Hz MO D_ I/ Q ( BA L) RJ-4 5...

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    3.2.3. Operations and Indications 3.2.3.1. 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 3-5 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...

  • Page 54

    Table 3-2 AP-IFU Controls Switch Description ETHER1 AUTO Sets the ETHER1 interface (100BASE full duplex/AUTO). After changing the switch setting, you have to reboot the unit (power off and back on) to enable the new setting. AUTO: AUTO 100FULL: 100BASE full duplex (factory setting) ETHER2 AUTO Sets the ETHER2 interface (100BASE full duplex/AUTO).

  • Page 55: Switches

    3.2.3.2. Switches ① ② ③ ④ Figure 3-6 Switches on the AP-IFU Power switch This is the switch to supply power to the AP-IFU and AP-RFU. ETHER1/ETHER2 switch This is the switch to set AUTO or 100FULL. (The shape of the switch may be changed.) ETHER AUTO LED AUTO: Lit green 100...

  • Page 56

    3.2.3.3. Terminals Figure 3-7 Connecting Section of the AP-IFU (Open View) TY PE W− AP <EL 0> I N PU T : D C− 48V 0 .8A S E R. N O. D A TE : MADE IN JAPAN Figure 3-8 Connecting Section of the AP-IFU (Bottom View) TXD+ TXD- DC - 48V...

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    (a) ETHER1 connector Contents Connect the outside network The user signal distributed by internal SW-HUB,and output to ETHER1 and ETHER2. ETHER1 is used usually. Interface 100BASE-Tx Connector shape RJ-45 Pin assign See Figure 3-9 (b) ETHER2 connector Contents Connect the outside network The user signal distributed by internal SW-HUB,and output to ETHER1 and ETHER2.

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    How to install and remove the power cable connector To remove: To install: Turn the connector counterclockwise 45 Align the plug and receptacle guides, degrees and pull it out straight. and push in the connector straight. ・ Power cable terminal (g): The DC -48V power supply voltage for AP-IFU shall be SELV or TNV-1 depending on the network environment (0 or 1) acc.

  • Page 59

    4. WT 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. 4.1.2. Antenna section Uses a Triplate planar antennas to make the antenna compact and to provide a high gain. When you use an option, you can install a external antenna.

  • Page 60: Digital Section

    4.1.5. Digital section The digital section consists of a digital modem, TDD/TDMA framer, wireless MAC processor, and system controller. These functionalities are equipped in the WT-ASIC. 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 functionalities.

  • Page 61

    Figure 4-1 is a block diagram of the WT. WT-MAC TRSEL(RF) Signal processing part FREQ_CNT(RF) TRSEL(IF) X 'T A L Interface part MOD_I/Q(BAL)   RS-232 2 0 M Hz / 80 M Hz Conv DRV/REC 4P_MJ LED DRV   AGC(Analog) Serge protection AGC(Digital) Trans...

  • Page 62

    4.1.8. Operations and Indications 4.1.8.1. Indications (1) Indications The indications on the WT adapter allows you to check the state of the WT. Figure 4-2 Indications on the WT Adapter Table 4-1 Indications on the WT Adapter Indication (Point to Multipoint System) Indication (Point to Point System) -Lit green: Power on.

  • Page 63

    (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 (Point to Multipoint system) Immediately Several Radio Authenticating...

  • Page 64

    4.1.8.2. Switches ETHER LED Test SW PC port Figure 4-3 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. The connection of the ETHER signal line (4) in the Ethernet cable (8) can be confirmed. If you turn on this switch, the Ethernet signal is looped back to the WT and not output to the PC port.

  • Page 65

    4.1.8.3. Terminals 4.1.8.3.1. TXD+ Small Window Small Lid ① TXD- RXD+ LED1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 LED2 RXD- +24V _IN ② 4 3 2 1 Use a T20 torx driver to open interface cover Figure 4-4 Connecting Section of the WT ETHER port This is the port to connect the WT to the WT adapter.

  • Page 66

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

  • Page 67

    ・ Never connect a communication terminal to the ANT port of the WT adapter. Doing so may damage your personal computer. ・ The cable connecting between the WT and WT adapter carries 24 VDC for the WT in addition to Ethernet signals. Before unplugging the cable connecting between the WT and WT adapter, make sure to unplug the DC jack of the WT adapter to turn the power off.

  • Page 68: Constructing A Point-to-multipoint System (ap)

    5. CONSTRUCTING A POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT SYSTEM (AP) 5.1. Overview Installing the AP-RFU and AP-IFU Adjusting the Direction of the AP-RFU Connecting a Cable between AP-RFU and AP-IFU Connecting Cables from the AP-IFU to external The confirmation of AP-IFU Waterproofing Connectors Connecting the AP Local Management Tool Configure the AP parameters Check sheet of AP Installation Finish...

  • Page 69: Installing The Ap-rfu And Ap-ifu

    5.2. Installing the AP-RFU and AP-IFU 5.2.1. Installing the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Secure the AP-RFU (omni antenna) to a pole using the bolts (a), as shown in Figure 5-1. (1) As shown in Figure 5-1, install the AP mounting bracket on the AP-RFU and tighten the bolts (a).

  • Page 70

    (2) As shown in Figure 5-2, loosen the bolts and nuts (b) and (c) for the AP mounting bracket and install the bracket on the pole. Next, tighten the bolts (b) and tighten the nuts (c) while making sure that the bolts (b) stay in place. (b),(c) Figure 5-2 Installing the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) 5-47...

  • Page 71: Installing The Ap-rfu (sectoral-horn Antenna)

    5.2.2. Installing the AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) The mounting braket are attached AP-RFU. As shown in Figure 5-3, loosen the bolts (a), (b), and (c) and install the AP-RFU mounting bracket on the pole. Next, tighten the bolts (a), (b), and (c). (Recommended tightening torque: 8.5 N-m) Applicable pole diameter: From 31.8mm to 38.1mm Figure 5-3 Installing the AP-RFU Mounting Bracket on the Pole...

  • Page 72

    As shown in Figure 5-5, align the AP-RFU with the openings in the AP-RFU mounting bracket and tighten the bolts (f). (Recommended tightening torque: 8.5N-m) Figure 5-5 Installing the AP-RFU on the Mounting Bracket 5-49...

  • Page 73

    A builder prepares a steel pipe by the installation place (a wall, a pole or etc.), and it install. The required space of installation is shown below. Figure 5-6 the required space of installation 5-50...

  • Page 74: Setting Ap-rfu(sectoral-horn Antenna)for Vertical Or Horizontal Polarization

    5.2.3. Setting AP-RFU(Sectoral-Horn Antenna)for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization (1) NTG-335<1><2>V The NTG-335<1><2>V device is used only for the vertical polarization plane. Install it with the TOP V marking at the top. Vertical TOP V Install the AP mounting bracket here. Figure 5-7 Vertical Polarization (2) NTG-335<1><2>H The NTG-335<1><2>H device is used only for the horizontal polarization plane.

  • Page 75: Installing The Ap-ifu

    5.2.4. installing the AP-IFU 5.2.4.1. Installing the AP-IFU The mounting braket are attached AP-IFU. A builder prepares a fixing braket by the installation place (a wall, a pole or etc.), and it install. The required space of installation is shown below. mounting braket mounting braket Figure 5-9 The required space of installation...

  • Page 76: Example Of Installing The Ap-ifu

    5.2.4.2. Example of Installing the AP-IFU (1) On a Utility Pole fixing braket Figure 5-10 Installing the AP-IFU on a Utility Pole (2) Indoor Installation fixing braket Figure 5-11 Indoor Installation (3) 19-inch Rack fixing braket Figure 5-12 Installing the AP-IFU on a 19-inch Rack 5-53...

  • Page 77: Opening And Closing The Ap-ifu Cover

    5.2.4.3. Opening and Closing the AP-IFU Cover To open the cover: Loosen the special screws (a) to (d) to open the cover as shown in Figure 5-13. Keep the cover stay open using the stopper (e) as shown in Figure 5-13. To close the cover: Replace the stopper (e) on the main unit as shown in Figure 5-13 Close the cover and tighten the special screws (a) to (d) as shown in Figure 5-13.

  • Page 78: Adjusting The Direction Of The Ap-rfu

    5.3. Adjusting the Direction of the AP-RFU 5.3.1. Adjusting the Direction of the AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) The AP-RFU (omni antenna) eliminates the need for adjusting the antenna direction. 5.3.2. Adjusting the Direction of the AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) This section explains how to adjust the antenna direction for the AP-RFU (sectoral-horn antenna). To adjust the antenna direction for the AP-RFU (sectoral-horn antenna), use the Antenna direction adjustment tool and the following procedure.

  • Page 79: Direction Adjustment Of The Antenna

    5.3.3. Direction adjustment of the antenna Step1 Adjust the horizontal direction As shown in Figure 5-14, use the wing bolt (a) to attach the Antenna direction adjustment tool. As shown in Figure 5-15, loosen the hexagonal socket head bolts (b) and (c) securing the mounting bracket, swing the antenna left or right, and adjust the horizontal direction.

  • Page 80: Connecting A Cable Between Ap-rfu And Ap-ifu

    5.4. Connecting a Cable between AP-RFU and AP-IFU 5.4.1. AP-RFU (Omni Antenna) Step1 Use the coaxial cable to connect the AP-RFU and the AP-IFU. (Figure 5-17) Step2 Waterproof the connection with self-bonding tape or cold-shrinkable tube. Selfe Bonding tape and PVC tape AP-RFU Pole Connected cable between IFU and RFU...

  • Page 81

    5.4.2. AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) Step1 Use the coaxial cable to connect the AP-RFU and the AP-IFU. (Figure 5-18) Step2 Waterproof the connection with self-bonding tape and PVC tape. AP-RFU Selfe Bonding tape and PVC tape Selfe Bonding tape and PVC tape Cold-shrinkable sleeve AP-IFU Coaxial cable with an N Type Plug...

  • Page 82: Connecting Cables From The Ap-ifu To External

    5.5. Connecting Cables from the AP-IFU to external Step1 Connect four cables to the AP-IFU: a coaxial cable (with an N-type plug), Ethernet cable, outdoor power supply cable, and ground wire. (f) Power cable (h) Clamp connector (j) Clamp (a) ETHER1 (b) ETHER2 (i) Clamp (c) MNT...

  • Page 83

    (2) Power cable Contents Connect the power cable connector. Equipment specification DC-48V,35W(Max) of power Φ7.0mm – Φ8.5mm Range applicable outer diameter Connector name NRW-203-RM-ULCSATUV (Nanaboshi Electric MFG Co.,LTD.) Applicable Connector NRW-203-PF8-ULCSAUV (Nanaboshi Electric MFG Co.,LTD.) (This connector is supplied with AP-IFU.) (3) Ground wire Contents Connect the ground wire.

  • Page 84: Connecting The Power Cable Connector

    5.5.1. Connecting the Power cable connector The connector manufacturer (Nanaboshi Electric MFG Co., Ltd.) recommends the following method of cable connection. (1) Disassemble the connector, as shown here. (a) Remove the insert assembly from the end bell by turning the assembly counterclockwise. (b) Loosen the clamping nut to remove the cable packing.

  • Page 85

    (5) Soldering (a) Insert the pretinned core wires into the contact's solder pot. (b) Using a soldering iron, heat the contact and the core wires. (c) Let solder flow into the gap between the contact and the core wires until the gap is filled. Soldering iron Conductor Iron tip...

  • Page 86: The Confirmation Of Ap-ifu

    5.6. The confirmation of AP-IFU Turn on the AP-IFU and check the state of the LEDs on the AP-IFU. Table 5-1 LED State Indications AP-IFU LED State POWER LED Lit green IFU STATE LED Flashing green IFU ALM LED ETHER1 LED Lit green or flashing ETHER2 LED Off *1...

  • Page 87: Waterproofing Connectors

    5.7. Waterproofing Connectors 5.7.1. Self Bonding tape Figure 5-20 shows how to waterproof the connection using self-bonding tape. AP-RFU(Omni Antenna) Overlapping half of the previous layer with self-bonding tape (sectional view) Space is not acceptable 30mm Coaxial cable Self Bonding tape N-type Plug connector N-type Jack connector AP-RFU(Sectoral - Horn Antenna)

  • Page 88

    overlapping one-half of the previous turn so that the self-bonding tape is completely hidden. Reverse the wrapping direction back to the base of the N-type jack connector on the unit side. ・ For the stretching margin of self-bonding tape, see the instruction manual for the product. ・...

  • Page 89: Connecting The Ap Local Management Tool

    5.8. Connecting the AP Local Management Tool Open the cover of the AP-IFU. Connect the AP local management tool terminal to the MNT port of the AP-IFU using the AP local management cable as shown in Figure 5-21 MNT port Use a T25 torx driver to open the AP-IFU cover.

  • Page 90: Configure The Ap Parameters

    5.9. Configure the AP parameters 5.9.1. AP Local management tool 5.9.1.1. Configure the AP network parameters Use the AP Local Management Tool to set the network parameters. These settings enable the OpS to connect to the AP. Perform the following setup procedure from the AP setup screen on the AP Local Management Tool.

  • Page 91: Reset The Ap

    Step 11: when you click the button, a range check is performed. If the range check does not detect any error, the Confirmation dialog box appears. Click the Yes (Y) button. If a range error is detected, a message saying that a setting value is outside the range appears.

  • Page 92: Measure The Cable Loss

    5.9.1.3. Measure the cable loss Check that the cable between the AP-IFU and the AP-RFU is connected correctly, and start cable loss measurement. When the measurement of cable loss between the AP-IFU and the AP-RFU is completed, the value is automatically compensated for. The cable loss compensation value is stored in the memory in the AP-RFU.

  • Page 93

    Step 5: If the procedure ends abnormally, the Under Control dialog box appears. Check if the cable between the IFU and RFU is too long and there is a contact failure at the connector section. Figure 5-28 Cable Loss Measurement Error Step 6: If the procedure ends normally, the Under Control dialog box appears.

  • Page 94: Register The Ap Id Number To Ops

    5.9.2. Register the AP ID number to OpS Connect the OpS to the target AP and specify the setup parameters. Procedure Step 1: In the OpS, select the AP Parameter Setup/Control screen. Step 2: AP ID Number: Set the AP ID number and click the Set button. Step 3: Upstream Arbi.

  • Page 95: Check Sheet Of Ap Installation

    5.10. Check sheet of AP Installation You can use the check sheet below to check the operation of the AP. Procedure (A) LED operation test Turn off the AP-IFU and confirm that the "POWER" LED goes out. Turn on the AP-IFU and check the states of all the LED. (B) Alarm operation test Turn on the AP-IFU and cause the "AP power recovery"...

  • Page 96

    6. CONSTRUCTING A POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT SYSTEM (WT) 6.1. Overview Connecting the WT Local Management Tool WT Local management tool Installing the WT Installing the WT Adapter Connecting Cables to the WT Waterproofing WT small window Testing Check sheet of WT Construction Finish 6-73...

  • Page 97: Register The Wt Id Number To Ap

    6.2. OpS 6.2.1. Register the WT ID number to AP Connect the OpS to the target AP and register a WT. Step 1: In the OpS, select the WT Parameter Setup/Control tab. Step 2: Select the WT from "Select WT ID number." Step 3: Specify the setup parameters.

  • Page 98

    Step3 Step1 set parameters Select [Parameter setup/control] tab Step2 Select the WT ID number Step4 Set VLAN-ID Set Bandwidth table Figure 6-1 Register the WT ID number to AP 6-75...

  • Page 99: Connecting The Wt Local Management Tool

    6.3. Connecting the WT Local Management Tool Connect the WT local management tool terminal to the PC port of the WT adapter (Figure 6-2) using a straight Ethernet cable. Ethernet cable (Straight) local management tool(PC) WT adapter DC24V AC100∼240V AC Adapter IP address: 192.168.1.200 initial values Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 100: Installing The Wt

    6.5. Installing the WT 6.5.1. Installing the WT Step1 Attach the WT mounting bracket to the WT using the bolts(a)and (b). You can orient the WT either for vertical or horizontal polarization. Step2 Secure the WT mounting bracket to the pole using the bolts. Applicable pole diameter: From Φ31.8mm to Φ34mm Figure 6-4 Installing the WT 6-77...

  • Page 101

    A builder prepares a steel pipe by the installation place (a wall, a pole or etc.), and it install. The required space of installation is shown below. Figure 6-5 The required space of installation 6-78...

  • Page 102: Example Of Installing The Wt

    6.5.2. Example of Installing the WT (1) On a metal fence MOUNTING BRACKET METAL FENCE FIXING BRACKET Figure 6-6 Installing on a metal fence (2) On a house wall EAVES WALL MOUNTING BRACKET FIXING BRACKET Figure 6-7 Installing on a house wall 6-79...

  • Page 103: Setting The Wt For Vertical Or Horizontal Polarization

    6.5.3. Setting the WT for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization Rotate the antenna ninety degrees to choose between vertical or horizontal polarization For vertical polarization, position TOP V at the top. For horizontal polarization, position TOP H at the top. TOP V Vertical polarization TOP...

  • Page 104: Installing The Wt (external Antenna)

    6.6. Installing the WT (External Antenna) 6.6.1. Installing the WT (ExternalΦ30cm Antenna) 1. Φ30cm antenna installation procedure 1) According to the antenna manual of RADIO WAVES, INC., set it up on the pole. (Figure 6-10) 2) Spread specified grease on the O-ring. The spreading method depends on the manual.

  • Page 105

    After installing the adaptor Figure 6-13 3. Attachment of the WT to the antenna 1) V(ertical) polarization When using the V polarization, the guide pin of the WT should be turned to right above and inserted into the V guide hole of the plate. (Figure 6-14 & Figure 6-15) V guide hole Plate Guide pin...

  • Page 106

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 6-16) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws WT...

  • Page 107

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 6-19) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws Figure 6-19 6-84...

  • Page 108: Installing The Wt (externalΦ60cm Antenna)

    6.6.2. Installing the WT (ExternalΦ60cm Antenna) 1. Φ60cm antenna installation procedure 1) According to the antenna manual of RADIO WAVES, INC., set it up on the pole. (Figure 6-20) 2) Spread specified grease on the O-ring. The spreading method depends on the manual.

  • Page 109

    After installing the adaptor Figure 6-23 3. Attachment of the WT to the antenna 1) V(ertical) polarization When using the V polarization, the guide pin of the WT should be turned to right above and inserted into the V guide hole of the plate. (Figure 6-24 & Figure 6-25) V guide hole Plate Guide pin...

  • Page 110

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 6-26) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws WT...

  • Page 111

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 6-29) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws Figure 6-29 6-88...

  • Page 112: Adjusting The Direction Of The Wt

    6.7. Adjusting the Direction of the WT To adjust the direction of the WT antenna, use the Antenna direction adjustment tool together with the WT Local Management Tool. Step1 Connecting the WT Local Management Tool and display the Receiving Level. See Subsection 6.7.1 Step2 Rough adjustment Install the Antenna direction adjustment tool.

  • Page 113

    6.7.1. Connecting the WT Local Management Tool (1) As shown in Figure 6-30, connect the WT Local Management Tool (PC) to the WT adapter. Ethernet cable (Straight) local management tool(PC) WT adapter DC24V IP address: 192.168.1.200 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 AC100∼240V AC Adapter How to Install the Cabling Figure 6-30...

  • Page 114: Roughly Adjusting The Direction

    6.7.2. Roughly Adjusting the Direction Step1 As shown in Figure 6-32 and Figure 6-33, use the wing bolt (a) to attach the Antenna direction adjustment tool. Step2 As shown in Figure 6-34, loosen the hexagonal socket head bolts (b) and (c) securing the mounting bracket and swing the antenna left or right.

  • Page 115: Finely Adjusting The Direction

    6.7.3. Finely Adjusting the Direction Step 1: Horizontal direction As shown in Figure 6-36, loosen the hexagonal socket head bolts (a) and (b) securing the mounting bracket and swing the antenna left or right. Adjust the antenna direction so that the receive level indicates the maximum value, and finger-tighten the bolts (a) and (b).

  • Page 116: The Receive Level And The Distance

    6.7.4. The receive level and the distance For the receiving AP-RFU (Sectoral-Horn Antenna) in a point-to-multipoint system, the receiving level at clear sky and the distance are related as shown in Figure 6-38. WT Receiving Level Maximum Receiving Level AP Receiving Level Minimum Receiving Level 1000 10000...

  • Page 117

    WT Receiving Level Maximum Receiving Level AP Receiving Level Minimum Receiving Level 1000 10000 Distance[m] Figure 6-39 Receiving Level and Distance (Sectroral 16QAM) Transmission level (QPSK) (16QAM) 11.5 [dBm] Free space loss Lp[dB] Frequency 26 [GHz] λ Antenna gain[TX+RX] π d 46.5 [dBi] TX Sectoral Antenna Gain:15.5dBi λ...

  • Page 118

    WT Receiving Level Maximum Receiving Level AP Receiving Level Minimum Receiving Level 1000 10000 Distance[m] Figure 6-40 Receiving Level and Distance (Omni QPSK) Transmission level (QPSK) 14 [dBm] Free space loss Lp[dB] Frequency 26 [GHz] λ Antenna gain[TX+RX] π d 37.5 [dBi] TX Sectoral Antenna Gain:6.5dBi λ...

  • Page 119

    Maximum Receiving Level WT Receiving Level AP Receiving Level Minimum Receiving Level 1000 10000 Distance[m] Figure 6-41 Receiving Level and Distance (Omni 16QAM) Transmission level (QPSK) 11.5 [dBm] Free space loss Lp[dB] (16QAM) Frequency 26 [GHz] λ Antenna gain[TX+RX] π d 37.5 [dBi] TX Sectoral Antenna Gain:6.5dBi λ...

  • Page 120: Installing The Wt Adapter

    6.8. Installing the WT Adapter WT Adapter is installed in indoor It is an example of installing the appended wood screw. 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 6-42 Installing the WT Adapter on the Wall 6-97...

  • Page 121: Connecting Cables To The Wt

    6.9. Connecting Cables to the WT Use an Ethernet cable (straight) to connect the WT and the WT adapter as shown in Figure 6-43. Small Window Rubber Small Lid Spacer Cold-shrinkable tube Cold-shrinkable tube Ethernet cable (Straight) MDI-X You will need a Torx screwdriver (VESSEL T20H-120) to open the small cover of the WT WT adapter AC adapter...

  • Page 122

    (1) Connected cable between WT and ANT port of WT adapter Cable Cable type Ethernet cable for outdoor,straight φ5.0 mm∼5.7mm Range of applicable outer diameter Cable length 50m (maximum) Connector of both side Shape RJ-45 Cable connection Straight connection - WT : MDI - ANT port of WT adapter : MDI-X An Ethernet cable has eight signal lines.

  • Page 123: Waterproofing Wt Small Window

    6.10. Waterproofing WT small window (1) Pass the Ethernet cable through the cold-shrinkable tube (a) from the bonded portion of the spiral tube. Pay attention to the insertion direction (Figure 6-45). Applicable LAN cable diameter: 5.0 mm to 5.7 mm Components of CS sleeve Bonding portion of the spiral (e) Spiral tube...

  • Page 124

    ・ Never allow the inside of the small window to become wet. Dampness may cause a malfunction. Connect the Ethernet cable perpendicular to the WT. Failure to do so will spoil the waterproofing effect, resulting in a device malfunction. Bent cable Cable perpendicular to the WT (4) Mounting spacer (d)

  • Page 125

    Figure 6-50 Figure 6-51 Figure 6-52 Figure 6-53 ・ Slanted mounting of the cold-shrinkable tube as shown below will spoil the waterproofing effect. If the top of the cold-shrinkable tube is 5 mm or less from the top of the spacer, this will also spoil the waterproofing effect. (6) Wrap the cable with PVC tape (for class 2 protection).

  • Page 126

    Length of PVC tape wrapping Ethernetcable cable Small window CS sleeve Spacer PVC tape 6-103...

  • Page 127: When You Use The Cable With The Lap Sheath For Outdoor

    6.11. When you use the cable with the LAP sheath for outdoor 1.Processing of LAP sheath The LPA sheath is peeled off from the cable point to 120mm. It cuts it in the part peeled off when there is drain wire. 120mm The cable with the LAP sheath Drain Wire...

  • Page 128

    from a small window to the Ethernet cable side by 1/2 coming in succession, and 1 return round trip to the small window side. Self-bonding tape part 6-105...

  • Page 129: Waterproofing Without Using A Cold-shrinkable Tube

    6.12. Waterproofing Without Using a Cold-Shrinkable Tube If installing a cold-shrinkable tube fails, use off-the-shelf self-bonding tape to provide the waterproofing. (1) Securing the small Lid of the WT and the spacer Using an appropriate length of self-bonding tape, wrap the tape around both the small Lid of the WT (at its base) and spacer one complete turn.

  • Page 130

    (2) Wrapping protective PVC tape Apply the protective PVC tape so that the cold-shrinkable tube is completely hidden. Wrap the tape from the small Lid of the WT to the Ethernet cable, overlapping half of the previous layer. Next, reverse the wrapping direction and wrap one more time to the starting point. Using the PVC tape will guard the self-bonding tape against ultraviolet and other rays.

  • Page 131: Testing

    6.13. Testing 6.13.1. Perform a continuity test Connect the OpS terminal to an AP, and run a loopback test with the following procedure: Step 1: Click the Testing tab. Step 2: Select a WT from the Select WT ID list. Step 3: Select "Loop back Test."...

  • Page 132: Measure The Packet Loss Rate

    6.13.2. Measure the packet loss rate Connect the OpS terminal to an AP and measure the packet loss rate with the following procedure: Step 1: Click the Testing tab. Step 2: Select a WT from the Select WT ID list. Step 3: Select the "Packet Loss Rate measurement (with Loop back, 10msec)"...

  • Page 133: Check Sheet Of Wt Construction

    6.14. Check sheet of WT Construction Check the operation of the WT using the check sheet below. Test procedure (A) LED operation test Remove the AC adapter (to turn off the power) and make sure that all the LEDs are off. Insert the AC adapter (to turn on the power) and check the states of the LEDs.

  • Page 134: Overview(wt Construction Flow)

    7. CONSTRUCTING A POINT-TO-POINT SYSTEM 7.1. Overview(WT Construction flow) Connecting the WT Local Management Tool Configure the WT(master) Configure the WT(slave) Installing the WT Installing the WT Adapter(master/slave) Connecting Cables to the WT(master/slave) Waterproofing WT small window Testing Check sheet of Point to Point Construction Finish 7-111...

  • Page 135

    7.2. Connecting the WT Local Management Tool Connect the local management tool terminal to the PC port of the WT adapter (Figure 7-1) using a straight Ethernet cable. Ethernet cable (Straight) Ethernet cable (Straight) local management tool(PC) WT adapter DC24V Master AC100∼240V...

  • Page 136: Configure The Wt(master)

    7.3. Configure the WT(master) Change the WT’s mode from P-MP to P-P(matser). On the Setup screen in the WT Local Management Tool (Master in P-P mode, Administrator), specify the settings in the following procedure: Step 1: Select the ”Master” setup tab. Step 2: Specify the settings under Setup for Setup Parameters.

  • Page 137

    Step2 Step1 Step3 Step4 Step5 Step6 Figure 7-2 Configure the WT(master) 7-114...

  • Page 138: Configure The Wt(slave)

    7.4. Configure the WT(slave) Change the WT’s mode from P-MP to P-P(slave). On the Setup screen in the WT Local Management Tool (Slave in P-P mode, Administrator), specify the settings in the following procedure: Step 1: Select the ”Slave” setup tab. Step 2: Specify the settings under Setup for Setup Parameters.

  • Page 139

    7.5. Installing the WT 7.5.1. Installing the WT(master/slave) Step1 Attach the WT mounting bracket to the WT using the bolts(a)and (b). You can orient the WT either for vertical or horizontal polarization. Step2 Secure the WT mounting bracket to the pole using the bolts. Applicable pole diameter: From Φ31.8mm to Φ34mm (a)...

  • Page 140

    A builder prepares a steel pipe by the installation place (a wall, a pole or etc.), and it install. The required space of installation is shown below. Figure 7-5 The required space of installation 7-117...

  • Page 141

    7.5.2. Example of Installing the WT (1) On a metal fence MOUNTING BRACKET METAL FENCE FIXING BRACKET Figure 7-6 Installing on a metal fence (2) On a house wall EAVES WALL MOUNTING BRACKET FIXING BRACKET Figure 7-7 Installing on a house wall 7-118...

  • Page 142

    7.5.3. Setting the WT for Vertical or Horizontal Polarization Rotate the antenna ninety degrees to choose between vertical or horizontal polarization For vertical polarization, position TOP V at the top. For horizontal polarization, position TOP H at the top. TOP V Vertical polarization TOP...

  • Page 143

    7.6. Installing the WT (External Antenna) 7.6.1. Installing the WT (ExternalΦ30cm Antenna) 1. Φ30cm antenna installation procedure 1) According to the antenna manual of RADIO WAVES, INC., set it up on the pole. (Figure 7-10) 2) Spread specified grease on the O-ring. The spreading method depends on the manual.

  • Page 144

    After installing the adaptor Figure 7-13 3. Attachment of the WT to the antenna 1) V(ertical) polarization When using the V polarization, the guide pin of the WT should be turned to right above and inserted into the V guide hole of the plate. (Figure 7-14 & Figure 7-15) V guide hole Plate Guide pin...

  • Page 145

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 7-16) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws WT...

  • Page 146

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 7-19) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws Figure 7-19 7-123...

  • Page 147

    7.6.2. Installing the WT (ExternalΦ60cm Antenna) 1. Φ60cm antenna installation procedure 1) According to the antenna manual of RADIO WAVES, INC., set it up on the pole. (Figure 7-20) 2) Spread specified grease on the O-ring. The spreading method depends on the manual.

  • Page 148

    After installing the adaptor Figure 7-23 3. Attachment of the WT to the antenna 1) V(ertical) polarization When using the V polarization, the guide pin of the WT should be turned to right above and inserted into the V guide hole of the plate. (Figure 7-24 & Figure 7-25) V guide hole Plate Guide pin...

  • Page 149

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 7-26) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws W...

  • Page 150

    After inserting the guide pin of the WT into the guide hole, presses the WT to the plate. While you are pressing the WT, you must be tightening the four M5 screws. (Figure 7-29) Tightening torque:265 N・cm Plate M5 screws Figure 7-29 7-127...

  • Page 151

    7.7. Adjusting the Direction of the WT 7.7.1. Adjusting the Direction of the WT This section describes the procedure for adjusting the antenna direction when a Point-to-Point System is used. When adjusting the direction of the WT antenna, use the “Antenna direction adjustment tool” together with the WT Local Management Tool.

  • Page 152

    7.7.1.1. Connecting the WT Local Management Tool (1) As shown in Figure 7-30, connect the WT Local Management Tool (PC) to the WT adapter. Ethernet cable (Straight) local management tool(PC) WT adapter DC24V Master IP address: 192.168.1.200 AC100∼240V Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Slave AC Adapter IP address: 192.168.1.201...

  • Page 153

    (3) Measuring the receive level of the WT (slave in P-P mode) Start the WT (slave in P-P mode) and select P-P mode. On the Radio Link Monitor screen in the slave station in P-P mode, measure the "Receiving Level" value. The procedure is shown in Figure 7-32.

  • Page 154

    (4) Method of adjustment for near-distance installation If circuit design calls for a receive level of -35 dBm or higher, use the following procedure: Start the WT Local Management Tool and select P-P mode. On the Master Setup screen in the master station in P-P mode, change "Trans.Level" from 14[dBm] to -6[dBm].

  • Page 155

    7.7.1.2. Roughly Adjusting the Direction Step1 As shown inFigure 7-35 and Figure7-36, use the wing bolt (a) to attach the Antenna direction adjustment tool. Step2 As shown in Figure 7-37, loosen the hexagonal socket head bolts (b) and (c) securing the mounting bracket and swing the antenna left or right.

  • Page 156

    7.7.1.3. Finely Adjusting the Direction Step 1: Horizontal direction As shown in Figure 7-39, loosen the hexagonal socket head bolts (a) and (b) securing the mounting bracket and swing the antenna left or right. Adjust the antenna direction so that the receive level indicates the maximum value, and finger-tighten the bolts (a) and (b).

  • Page 157

    7.7.2. The receive level and the distance In a point-to-point system, the receiving level at clear sky and the distance are related as shown in Figure 7-41. Receiving level Maximum receiving level Minimum receiving level 1000 10000 Distance[m] Figure 7-41 Receiving Level and Distance (QPSK) Transmission level (QPSK) 14 [dBm] Free space loss Lp[dB]...

  • Page 158

    Receiving level Maximum receiving level Minimum receiving level 1000 10000 Distance[m] Figure 7-42 Receiving Level and Distance (16QAM) Transmission level (16QAM) 14 [dBm] Free space loss Lp[dB] Frequency 26 [GHz] λ Antenna gain[TX+RX] π d 62 [dBi] TX WT Antenna Gain:31dBiTYP λ...

  • Page 159: Installing The Wt Adapter(master/slave)

    7.8. Installing the WT Adapter(master/slave) WT Adapter is installed in indoor It is an example of installing the appended wood screw. 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 7-43 Installing the WT Adapter on the Wall 7-136...

  • Page 160: Connecting Cables To The Wt(master/slave)

    7.9. Connecting Cables to the WT(master/slave) Use an Ethernet cable (straight) to connect the WT and the WT adapter as shown in Figure 7-44. Small Window Rubber Small Lid Spacer Cold-shrinkable tube Cold-shrinkable tube Ethernet cable (Straight) MDI-X You will need a Torx screwdriver (VESSEL T20H-120) to open the small cover of the WT WT adapter AC adapter...

  • Page 161

    (1) Connected cable between WT and ANT port of WT adapter Cable Cable type Ethernet cable for outdoor,straight φ5.0 mm∼5.7mm Range of applicable outer diameter Cable length 50m (maximum) Connector of both side Shape RJ-45 Cable connection Straight connection - WT : MDI - ANT port of WT adapter : MDI-X An Ethernet cable has eight signal lines.

  • Page 162

    7.10. Waterproofing WT small window (1) Pass the Ethernet cable through the cold-shrinkable tube (a) from the bonded portion of the spiral tube. Pay attention to the insertion direction (Figure 7-46). Applicable LAN cable diameter: 5.0 mm to 5.7 mm Components of CS sleeve Bonding portion of the spiral (e) Spiral tube...

  • Page 163

    (4) Mounting spacer (d) Mount the spacer on the Ethernet cable Make sure that the spacer is fully inserted in the small Lid of the WT (Figure 7-50). Spacer Inserted Figure 7-49 Figure 7-50 ・ Insert the spacer into the small window fully. Partial insertion of the spacer will spoil the waterproofing effect.

  • Page 164

    ・ Slanted mounting of the cold-shrinkable tube as shown below will spoil the waterproofing effect. If the top of the cold-shrinkable tube is 5 mm or less from the top of the spacer, this will also spoil the waterproofing effect. (6) Wrap the cable with PVC tape (for class 2 protection).

  • Page 165

    7.11. When you use the cable with the LAP sheath for outdoor 1.Processing of LAP sheath The LPA sheath is peeled off from the cable point to 120mm. It cuts it in the part peeled off when there is drain wire. 120mm The cable with the LAP sheath Drain Wire...

  • Page 166

    from a small window to the Ethernet cable side by 1/2 coming in succession, and 1 return round trip to the small window side. Self-bonding tape part 7.12. Waterproofing Without Using a Cold-Shrinkable Tube If installing a cold-shrinkable tube fails, use off-the-shelf self-bonding tape to provide the waterproofing.

  • Page 167

    ・ For the stretching margin of self-bonding tape, see the instruction manual for the product. ・ When wrapping self-bonding tape, start at the base of the small window and end at the end of the waterproof sleeve. Next, reverse the direction and end at the base of the small window.

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    START Length of PVC tape used for wrapping PVC tape Self- bonding tape Spacer Small window 7-145...

  • Page 169

    7.13. Testing 7.13.1. Ping test Connect the WT and the PC as shown in Figure 7-55. Use the PC to perform a ping test in the following procedure. Master Slave Ethernet cable (Straight) WT adapter DC24V AC100∼240V AC Adapter Figure 7-55 Ping Test System Diagram Step 1: Start the Windows command prompt.

  • Page 170: Measure The Packet Loss Rate (with Wt Local Mnagement Tool)

    7.13.2. Measure the packet loss rate (with WT Local mnagement tool) Connect the WT Local Management Tool and measure the packet loss rate in the following procedure: Step 1: Start the WT Local Management Tool and select P-P mode. Step 2: Select the Radio Link Monitor tab. Step 3: Set "Display Interval"...

  • Page 171: Measure The Packet Loss Rate (with Ops)

    7.13.3. Measure the packet loss rate (with OpS) Connect the OpS terminal to the WT (Master) and measure the packet loss rate in the following procedure. Step 1: Select the Traffic Information tab. Step 2: Set "Display Interval" under "Traffic Acquisition." Step 3: Select Save File as ON or OFF.

  • Page 172: Check Sheet Of Point To Point Construction

    7.14. Check sheet of Point to Point Construction Check operation of the WT (Master/Slave) using the check sheet below. Test procedure (A) LED operation test Remove the AC adapter (to turn off the power) and make sure that all the LEDs go out. Insert the AC adapter (to turn on the power) and check the states of the LEDs.

  • Page 173: Standard Tools To Be Used

    8. Standard Tools to be Used The table below lists the tools used during installation or maintenance of the units. Table 8-1 Tools Used Unit Used for: Tightening Tool name torque [N•cm] Door Torx driver (VESSEL T25H-120) Power board Phillips screwdriver Cable clamp Phillips screwdriver 4...

  • Page 174: Initial Values

    9. INITIAL VALUES 9.1. Point to Multipoint system The factory-set initial values for a point-to-multipoint system are shown below. 9.1.1. Initial values for AP parameters (Point to Multipoint System) Table 9-1 shows the AP initial values. Table 9-1 Initial values for AP parameters Parameter which can be set up Parameters...

  • Page 175

    Registered Trap destination 4 status Not registered invalid valid /Not registered Trap destination IP address 4 192.168.0.5 invalid valid 0.0.0.0∼255.255.255.255 Registered invalid valid Trap destination 5 status Not registered /Not registered invalid valid Trap destination IP address 5 192.168.0.6 0.0.0.0∼255.255.255.255 Registered invalid valid...

  • Page 176: Initial Values For Wt(1 - 239) Parameters (point To Multipoint System)

    9.1.2. Initial values for WT(1 - 239) parameters (Point to Multipoint system) Table 9-2 Initial values for WT(1 - 239) parameters (Point to Multipoint system) Parameter which can be set up Initial Parameters Setting range Local values manageme PP-OpS nt tool Registerd in AP-IFU memory invalid valid...

  • Page 177: Initial Values For Ap-ifu Swiches

    9.1.4. Initial values for AP-IFU swiches Table 9-4 Initial values for AP-IFU swiches Iteme Initial values ETHER1 AUTO/100FULL SW 100FULL ETHER2 AUTO/100FULL SW 100FULL 9-154...

  • Page 178: Initial Values For Wt(master) Parameters (point To Point System)

    9.1.5. Initial values for WT(Master) parameters (Point to point System) Table 9-5 lists the WT defaults set in the factory. Parameter which can be set Parameters Initial values Setting range WT Local management PP-OpS tool Registered information Not registered Registration/Not registration valid valid System ID number...

  • Page 179: Initial Values For Wt (slave) Parameters (point To Point System)

    9.1.6. Initial values for WT (Slave) parameters (Point to point System) Table 9-6 lists the WT defaults set in the factory. Setting tool Parameters Setting range WT Local management Initial values PP-OpS tool System ID number 1-65535 valid invalid 7 single-byte serial number at 11 blank characters alphanumeric...

  • Page 180: System Example Point To Multipoint System

    System example Point to Multipoint system An example point-to-multipoint system configuration is shown in Figure 10-1. The settings of this system configuration are as follows: AP setting: Table 10-1 WT setting: Table 10-2 VLAN switch setting: Figure 10-2 VID:2 IP :192.168.0.1 non-transparent Sub:255.255.255.0 IP:192.168.1.100...

  • Page 181

    Table 10-1 Setup parameters AP(Point to Multipoint) Item Value Tool OpS Frame Priority Management Tool User Frame Priority Management Tool OpS Frame Vlan-ID Management Tool AP IP address 192.168.0.1 Management Tool Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 Management Tool Default gateway 192.168.0.254 Management Tool Trap Des.

  • Page 182

    Table 10-2 Setup parameters WT(Point to Multipoint) Item Value Value Value Tool WT ID Number Management Tool AP ID Number Management Tool Encryption Parameter 1234567890 0987654321 9876543210 Management Tool Select number VLAN-TAG Cont non-transparent non-transparent non-transparent OpS Authen. Param 1234567890 0987654321 9876543210 Serial...

  • Page 183

    Point to Maltipoint VLAN SW parameters In case of connecting AP's TestPC with WT1's TestPC AP IFU In case of connecting AP's TestPC L2 SW with WT3's TestPC PortNumber tag type tagged untag untag untag untag untag untag untag VID Number Default Default AP's TestPC...

  • Page 184: System Example Point To Point

    System example Point to Point An example point-to-point system configuration is shown in Figure 11-1. The settings of this system configuration are as follows: setting: Table 11-1 VLAN switch setting: Figure 11-2 Maintenance PC IP :192.168.1.101 Sub:255.255.255.0 Master Slave SW-HUB WT Adapter WT Adapter Cable...

  • Page 185

    Table 11-1 Setup parameters WT(Master) / WT(Slave) (Point to Point) WT1 (Master) WT2 (Slave) Item Value Value Tool System ID number 11111 11111 Management Tool Encryption Parameter 12345 12345 Management Tool Sireal No. Management Tool Trans. level Management Tool OpS Fra. Praiority Management Tool OpS Fra.

  • Page 186

    Point to Point VLAN SW parameters WT1 adapter Master L2 SW PortNumber tag type tagged untag untag untag untag untag untag untag VID Number Default Default OpS PC Figure 11-2 Point to Point VLAN SW parameters 11-163...

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