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100G OTN Transponder/Muxponder
STN6800-M1H2

M1H2 is a 100G OTN Transponder/Muxponder board, which can realize encapsulation and decapsulation from 100G/40G/10G services to OTU4. The client-side port supports access of 1 channel of 100G service or 2 channels of 40G service or 1 channel of 40G + 4 channels of 10G services. The typical client services include 100GE, 40GE and 10G. The line-side port supports 1 channel of OTU4 signal, which supports PM-QPSK and coherent demodulation technology, as well as supports G.709 FEC and SD-FEC error correction technology functions.

Overview

M1H2 is a 100G OTN Transponder/Muxponder board, which can realize encapsulation and decapsulation from 100G/40G/10G services to OTU4. The client-side port supports access of 1 channel of 100G service or 2 channels of 40G service or 1 channel of 40G + 4 channels of 10G services. The typical client services include 100GE, 40GE and 10G. The line-side port supports 1 channel of OTU4 signal, which supports PM-QPSK and coherent demodulation technology, as well as supports G.709 FEC and SD-FEC error correction technology functions.


M1H2 service card can be used on STN6800 2U / 5U / 10U chassis.

Features

The detailed functions of STN6800-M1H2 are:

 The client-side port supports access of 1 channel of 100G service or 2 channels of 40G service or 1 channel of 40G + 4 channels of 10G services. The typical client services include 100GE, 40GE and 10G.

 The line-side port supports 1 channel of OTU4 signal, which supports PM-QPSK and coherent demodulation technology, as well as supports G.709 FEC and SD-FEC error correction technology functions.

 The board supports cross-connect of OTN services and overhead processing functions.

 The board supports GCC in-band management channel.

 The board supports OTN electrical-layer protection function.

Specifications

Figure 1. Front Panel of M1H2 Service  Card


STN6800-M1H2 Front Panel Description

Item

Description

Board Type

M1H2

Indicator Light

RUN

Indicator light of board running state.

Slow Flash of Green Light: The system has been successfully started.

Green Light Always OFF: The system has not been started.

FAULT

Indicator light of board alarm.

Red Light Always ON: There is Critical alarm.

Orange Light Always ON: There is Major alarm.

Yellow Light Always ON: There is Minor alarm.

Optical Interface

1~2

Client-side optical interface, QSFP28 packaging or QSFP+ packaging.

3

Line-side optical interface, CFP packaging.




STN6800-M1H2 Funtional Unit Description

Item

Description

Client-side Optical Module

M1H2 board provides 2 client-side optical transceiver modules. There is 1 QSFP28 packaging module when accessing 100G services, and there are 2 QSFP+ packaing modules when accessing 40G services.

Receiving Direction: Access 100GE and 40GE client services and realize optical-electrical conversion function of service signals.

Transmitting Direction: Realize electrical-optical conversion and output 100GE and 40GE client service signals.

ODUk Mapping Unit

Realize the mapping/demapping process of client service electrical signals and ODUk (k=4, 3) signals, and detect and process ODUk overhead.

Service Cross-connect Unit

Realize the cross-connect function of client service signals of the board, or the client service signals of other boards which are transmitted through the backplane bus.

OTU Framing Unit

Detect and process the overhead of OTU4 frame, and complete the multiplexing/demultiplexing process of ODUk (k=4) and OTU4 signals.

Line-side Optical Module

M1H2 board provides 1 line-side optical transceiver module, which is pluggable packaing module (CFP), so as to realize optical-electrical conversion and electrical-optical conversion of OTU4 signals.

Transmitting Direction: Access OTU4 electrical signals from OTU framing unit, and realize PM-QPSK modulation and FEC coding of signals, and then achieve electrical-optical conversion. After that, OTU4 optical signals are output.

Receiving Direction: Realize optical-electrical conversion of OTU4 optical signals. Then achieve DSP processing and FEC error correction. After that, the signals are output to OTU framing unit.