Transmission and Multiplexing (TM); Generic requirements of transport functionality of equipment; Part 1-1: Generic processes and performance

Generic functional requirements for all types of SDH equipment based on a functional decomposition approach with rules for combining functions to form equipment. Specific layers are described in part 2 to 8.

Prenos in multipleksiranje (TM) – Generične zahteve za prenosno funkcionalnost opreme – 1-1. del: Generični procesi in lastnosti

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.XQNFLRQDOQRVWTransmission and Multiplexing (TM); Generic requirements of transport functionality of equipment; Part 1-1: Generic processes and performance33.040.20Prenosni sistemTransmission systemsICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 300 417-1-1 Version 1.1.3SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003en01-december-2003SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003SLOVENSKI

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SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)European Standard (Telecommunications series)Transmission and Multiplexing (TM);Generic requirements of transport functionality of equipment;Part 1-1: Generic processes and performanceSIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

ETSIEN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)2ReferenceREN/TM-01015-1-1a (3v099ie0.PDF)KeywordsSDH, transmission, equipment practice,performanceETSIPostal addressF-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCEOffice address650 Route des Lucioles - Sophia AntipolisValbonne - FRANCETel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00

Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 CAssociation à but non lucratif enregistrée à laSous-Préfecture de Grasse (06) N° 7803/88Internetsecretariat@etsi.frIndividual copies of this ETSI deliverablecan be downloaded fromhttp://www.etsi.orgIf you find errors in the present document, send yourcomment to: editor@etsi.frCopyright NotificationNo part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission.The copyright and the foregoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1999.All rights reserved.SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

ETSIEN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)3ContentsIntellectual Property Rights...............................................................................................................................7Foreword............................................................................................................................................................71Scope........................................................................................................................................................92References.............................................................................................................................................103Abbreviations, definitions, naming and numbering conventions..........................................................113.1Abbreviations...................................................................................................................................................113.2Definitions.......................................................................................................................................................163.3Naming and numbering conventions................................................................................................................193.3.1Bit numbering scheme................................................................................................................................193.3.2STM-N SOH byte numbering scheme........................................................................................................193.3.3Atomic function naming scheme................................................................................................................193.3.4Information naming scheme.......................................................................................................................203.3.5AU/TU numbering scheme.........................................................................................................................203.3.6Reference points numbering scheme..........................................................................................................233.3.7Tributary port numbering scheme..............................................................................................................233.3.8PU numbering scheme................................................................................................................................243.3.9Supervision variables numbering scheme...................................................................................................253.4Symbols and diagrammatic conventions..........................................................................................................254Introduction............................................................................................................................................274.1Functional modelling rationale........................................................................................................................284.1.1Description of network elements - equipment functional specification......................................................284.1.2Implementation independence....................................................................................................................284.1.3Universal representation for management..................................................................................................284.2The underlying principles of functional modelling..........................................................................................294.2.1The client-server relationship.....................................................................................................................294.2.2Atomic functions and compound functions................................................................................................294.2.3Network functions included in specific equipment....................................................................................294.2.4The functional model and the information model......................................................................................295Network layering principles..................................................................................................................305.1Transmission layers.........................................................................................................................................305.2Atomic functions..............................................................................................................................................315.2.1Connection function...................................................................................................................................325.2.2Trail termination function..........................................................................................................................335.2.3Adaptation function....................................................................................................................................345.3Reference points..............................................................................................................................................355.4Transmission sub-layers...................................................................................................................................356Combination rules..................................................................................................................................366.1General.............................................................................................................................................................366.1.1Binding at connection points......................................................................................................................366.1.2Binding at (termination) connection points................................................................................................366.1.3Binding at APs...........................................................................................................................................376.1.4Alternative binding representations............................................................................................................376.2Directionality...................................................................................................................................................376.3Compound functions........................................................................................................................................386.4Major compound functions..............................................................................................................................386.5Trail, (sub)network connections, link connections, matrix connections, and tandem connections..................396.6Matrix connections..........................................................................................................................................396.6.11-port..........................................................................................................................................................406.6.22-port..........................................................................................................................................................406.6.33-port..........................................................................................................................................................416.6.44-port..........................................................................................................................................................42SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

ETSIEN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)47Maintenance signals and processes.......................................................................................................427.1Trail Trace Identifier (TTI)..............................................................................................................................427.2Trail Signal Label (TSL)..................................................................................................................................447.2.1Unequipped signal application...................................................................................................................447.2.2Supervisory-unequipped signal application................................................................................................457.2.3Adaptation function selection supervision process.....................................................................................467.2.4Connection monitoring application............................................................................................................477.3Error Detection Code (EDC)...........................................................................................................................477.4Remote indicators............................................................................................................................................477.4.1Remote Defect Indicator (RDI)..................................................................................................................477.4.2Remote Error Indicator (REI)....................................................................................................................487.5Alarm Indication Signal (AIS).........................................................................................................................497.6Non-intrusive monitoring of characteristic information at connection points..................................................527.7Signal fail and signal degrade..........................................................................................................................537.7.1Server Signal Fail (aSSF) signal.................................................................................................................537.7.2Server Signal Fail failure (fSSF)................................................................................................................537.7.3Server Signal Degrade (aSSD) signal.........................................................................................................537.7.4Trail Signal Fail (aTSF) signal...................................................................................................................537.7.5Trail Signal Degrade (aTSD) signal...........................................................................................................548Supervision process...............................................................................................................................548.1Introduction.....................................................................................................................................................548.2Atomic function fault management..................................................................................................................568.2.1Defect filter f1............................................................................................................................................578.2.1.1Introduction..........................................................................................................................................578.2.1.2Trail Signal Label (TSL) and unequipped............................................................................................578.2.1.3Trail Trace Identifier (TTI)..................................................................................................................598.2.1.4Degraded (DEG)...................................................................................................................................608.2.1.5Remote Defect Indicator (RDI)............................................................................................................608.2.1.6Loss of signal........................................................................................................................................618.2.1.7Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)..............................................................................................................618.2.1.8Loss of frame, multiframe, pointer.......................................................................................................628.2.1.9Failure of protocol................................................................................................................................628.2.1.10Equipment defects................................................................................................................................628.2.1.11Transmit Fail........................................................................................................................................628.2.2Consequent action filter f2.........................................................................................................................628.2.2.1Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)..............................................................................................................648.2.2.2Remote Defect Indicator (RDI)............................................................................................................658.2.2.3Remote Error Indication (REI).............................................................................................................658.2.2.4Server Signal Fail (SSF).......................................................................................................................658.2.2.5Trail Signal Fail (TSF).........................................................................................................................668.2.2.6Trail Signal Degrade (TSD).................................................................................................................668.2.2.7Unequipped Virtual Container (VC) signal..........................................................................................668.2.2.8Unit Failure (UF)..................................................................................................................................668.2.2.9(Automatic) laser shutdown (ALS/LS).................................................................................................668.2.2.10Server Signal Degrade (SSD)...............................................................................................................678.2.3Fault cause filter f3.....................................................................................................................................678.2.3.1Termination sink function.....................................................................................................................678.2.3.2Termination supervisory sink function.................................................................................................688.2.3.3Adaptation sink function.......................................................................................................................688.2.3.4Connection function..............................................................................................................................688.2.4Performance monitoring filter f11 (pN_EBC)............................................................................................698.2.5Performance monitoring filter f12 (pN_DS)..............................................................................................698.2.6Performance monitoring filter f21 (pF_EBC)............................................................................................698.2.7Performance monitoring filter f22 (pF_DS)...............................................................................................698.2.8Other performance monitoring parameters (pOFS, pPSC, pPJE)..............................................................698.3Equipment management function fault management process...........................................................................708.3.1Failure filter f4...........................................................................................................................................708.3.2Replaceable unit alarm filter f5..................................................................................................................708.3.3Network element alarm filter f6.................................................................................................................718.3.4Station alarm filter f7.................................................................................................................................71SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

ETSIEN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)58.3.5Failure report filter f8.................................................................................................................................718.4Equipment Management Function (EMF) performance monitoring process...................................................718.4.1PM filter f13 (N_ES)..................................................................................................................................728.4.2PM filter f23 (F_ES)..................................................................................................................................728.4.3PM filter f14 (N_SES)...............................................................................................................................728.4.4PM filter f24 (F_SES)................................................................................................................................738.4.5PM filter f15 (N_UAT_cmd).....................................................................................................................738.4.6PM filter f25 (F_UAT_cmd)......................................................................................................................738.4.7PM filter f16 (N_BBE)..............................................................................................................................738.4.8PM filter f26 (F_BBE)...............................................................................................................................738.4.9PM filter f31 (history management)...........................................................................................................738.5Trail termination point mode and port mode...................................................................................................749Protection process..................................................................................................................................759.1Introduction.....................................................................................................................................................759.2General.............................................................................................................................................................759.2.1Protection architectures..............................................................................................................................779.2.2Switching types..........................................................................................................................................789.2.2.1APS channel provisioning....................................................................................................................789.2.2.2APS channel usage...............................................................................................................................789.2.2.3APS channel coding..............................................................................................................................799.2.3Operation types..........................................................................................................................................799.2.4Protection switch requests..........................................................................................................................799.2.5Protection switch performance...................................................................................................................799.2.6Protection switch state machine.................................................................................................................799.2.7Protection connection function (I/O and processes)...................................................................................809.3Trail protection class........................................................................................................................................809.3.1Linear trail protection.................................................................................................................................809.3.2SPRING protection....................................................................................................................................829.3.3DPRING protection....................................................................................................................................849.4SNC protection class........................................................................................................................................859.4.1Inherently monitored SNC (SNC/I) protection...........................................................................................859.4.2Non-intrusively monitored SNC (SNC/N) protection................................................................................869.4.3Tandem connection protection...................................................................................................................869.5Equipment protection.......................................................................................................................................8610Timing processes...................................................................................................................................8710.1Introduction.....................................................................................................................................................8710.2Synchronization timing collection...................................................................................................................8710.2.1External synchronization reference inputs..................................................................................................8810.2.2Internal synchronization reference input....................................................................................................8810.3Synchronization timing selection and processing............................................................................................8810.3.1Synchronization reference source selection................................................................................................8810.3.2Clock processing........................................................................................................................................8810.4Synchronization timing distribution.................................................................................................................8910.4.1Internal synchronization distribution interfaces.........................................................................................8910.4.2Synchronization reference outputs.............................................................................................................8910.5Inter atomic function timing.............................................................................................................................8910.6AIS timing........................................................................................................................................................9011General performance.............................................................................................................................9111.1Availability objectives.....................................................................................................................................9111.1.1General.......................................................................................................................................................9111.1.2Parameters..................................................................................................................................................9111.1.3Derivation of MTBF values.......................................................................................................................9211.2Transfer delay..................................................................................................................................................9211.3Jitter and wander..............................................................................................................................................9311.3.1Jitter and wander generation.......................................................................................................................9311.3.1.1Jitter and wander generation on STM-N signals...................................................................................9311.3.1.2Jitter and wander generation on PDH interfaces...................................................................................9311.3.1.3Jitter and wander generation on 2 048 kHz or 2 048 kbit/s synchronization interfaces........................95SIST EN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3:2003

ETSIEN 300 417-1-1 V1.1.3 (1999-05)611.3.2Jitter and wander tolerance.........................................................................................................................9511.3.2.1Jitter and wander tolerance on optical interfaces..................................................................................9511.3.2.2Jitter and wander tolerance on traffic carrying electrical interfaces......................................................9511.3.2.3Jitter and wander tolerance on 2 048 kHz and 2 048 kbit/s synchronization interfaces........................9511.3.3Jitter and wander transfer functions............................................................................................................9611.3.4Performance on synchronization reference change-over............................................................................9611.4Error performance............................................................................................................................................9611.5Blocking factor................................................................................................................................................9611.6Connection set-up time....................................................................................................................................96Annex A (normative):Pointer generation.........................................................................................97Annex B (normative):Pointer interpretation...................................................................................99Annex C (informative):Network "production rules"......................................................................103Annex D (informative):Flexible assignment of tributary port to VC-12 capacity........................105Annex E (informative):Relationship between TU-2/12 address, and location of columnswithin a VC-4...............................................................................................106Annex F (informative):Performance monitoring history process..................................................108Annex G (informative):Protection switch examples........................................................................110Bibliography..................................................................................................................................................111History................

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