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Soneplex Broadband and Soneplex Loop Extender Systems Alarm/Performance Remote Retrieval Options

This application note provides detailed alternatives for transporting the Soneplex Broadband and Soneplex Loop Extender alarm and performance information from a remote location back to the central/hubbing location. The Soneplex Broadband System is used as an intelligent network hub for DS1 hicap distribution in the local loop. The network interface is one standard electrical DS3 signal. This DS3 signal is demultiplexed into twenty-eight DS1 circuits, which can then be delivered to up to twenty-eight remote locations utilizing either fiber or copper facilities....

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DSX-3 75 ohm Circuit Termination

DS3 Network Elements (NE) such as fiber optic terminals (FOT) or M13 multiplexers (M13) that are cabled to the DSX-3 require a 75 ohm load to stabilize the output signal. This 75 ohm load or 75 ohm termination prevents the output from oscillating and affecting adjacent channels. When a NE is cross-connected to another NE, the output of each NE is terminated by the input of the other NE. When multiple NEs are installed, many are often unassigned for a period of time until working service is required. Although unassigned, the NEs are powered up Hot in a standby mode, waiting to be turned up live as...

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DS3 FLC Distance Learning

Several schools utilize distance learning to meet demands for greater variety in their curriculum. Distance learning entails transmitting a presentation or lecture from one location to several remote locations for students to observe. Distance learning offers several benefits to the traditional classroom setting. It provides for a more effective use of an educator’s time, and allows a specialist's expertise to be spread across a wider audience. In addition, distance learning permits the sharing of resources between institutions and increases the availability of a broader curriculum to the student body. In short, distance learning solves educators’ problem of providing more variety with fewer resources....

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Fiber Loop Converter (FLC) Powering

This application note addresses the various powering options for the Quad Fiber Loop Converter (QFLC) and DS3 Fiber Loop Converter (DS3 FLC). Housing The ADC Quad Fiber Loop Converter (QFLC) and DS3 Fiber Loop Converter (DS3 FLC) modules can be housed in either the eight position chassis or the four position wall mount chassis. Each module also fits into a specially designed two position horizontal chassis. All these chassis use a different powering arrangement.

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Route Fiber Throughout Manufacturing Facility

Route Fiber Throughout Manufacturing Facility Type of Customer: Large telecommunications manufacturer. This company recently built a new facility to house its engineering group as well as its diverse manufacturing operation. The Existing Network: • Facility uses over 50,000 linear feet of fiber to carry vital information between its distribution and manufacturing center. • Such information - including equipment drawings, inventory totals, scheduling plans and billing documents - is critical to all areas of the manufacturing center. • Facility was built with its employees in mind - the center is open, bright and clean....

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UNBUNDLED COPPER DELIVERY SOLUTIONS

It's an exciting time to be a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC). With more carriers entering the market, customers know they have many options for service. In fact, shopping around for the most economical and best quality solution is becoming almost as basic for businesses as casual Fridays. For new competitors, the key to getting customers' attention is finding a cost-effective way to deliver and differentiate their services. The opportunity is clear when CLECs take a look at the exploding T1 service delivery market. T1 services are growing at 30 to 40 percent annually to meet the demand for hicap voice, ISDN-PRI, Frame Relay, Internet access,...

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Soneplex® HDSL2 DS-1 Service Modules

ADC’s HDSL2 Central Office (H2LXC) and HDSL2 Remote (H2LXR) modules are designed for the Soneplex system. Soneplex offers the highest quality, lowest cost T1 delivery solutions to business customers today. The H2LXC and H2LXR operate together to provide full-duplex DS1 transport over a single unconditioned, non-loaded copper pair up to 12,000 feet. ADC’s Soneplex system is the lowest total cost solution for carriers to grow their T1-based business services. Focused on providing flexible, end-to-end solutions, the Soneplex system saves carriers money on T1-based services over fiber or copper, using HDSL, HDSL2, HDSL4 and traditional T1 repeater or optical DS2 technology, in a single platform....

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HDSL2 : INTEROPERBILITY AND BEYOND

In order to function, services transported over traditional HDSL require transceivers at both ends — central office and customer premises — provided by a single vendor. Standards currently being considered for its replacement, HDSL2, would allow transceivers from different vendors to interoperate. The obvious benefit for purchasers of such devices is the freedom to “mix and match” components from different manufacturers, increasing competition and ultimately reducing costs. But the real, long-term benefits of interoperability are less apparent and far more important....

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SONEPLEX ® SHELF CONTROLLER UNIT ( SCU )

The Soneplex SCU is the ideal management solution for HiCap services. It allows operators the ability to gracefully migrate from today’s legacy management processes to centralized operation support systems (OSS) using X.25 or IP networks. The SCU provides local and remote equipment and facilities management, and supports VT 100 craft interface, TL1 over X.25, TL1 over TCP/IP, and optional SNMP management.

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Remote Test Access Unit (RTAU)

The Soneplex Remote Test Access Unit (RTAU) module provides a full complement of DS1 test capabilities to the Soneplex Broadband platform. Test capability can now be deployed directly in the loop electronics, at a cost well below methods typically deployed such as test heads or portable test equipment. The Soneplex RTAU allows operators to test from multiple points in the network, both remote and local, supporting intrusive testing, remote loopback control, test signal generation and insertion, performance monitoring, measurement, jack access, and more....

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Quad Loop Extender Module (WQLX)

The Soneplex Single Fiber Quad Loop Extender (WQLX) module converts four multiplexed DS1 signals into an optical DS2 using wave division multiplexing (WDM) optics. Similar to ADC’s Quad Loop Extender (QLX), the WQLX transports the signal over single mode fiber, but uses only one fiber instead of two. The same module is also used at the remote end to convert the optical DS2 back into four DS1s at the customer premises.

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Telecommunications Soneplex® Broadband and Soneplex® Loop Extender Systems DS1 Hicap Route Diversity Option

With the recent introduction of the CPM (Continuous Performance Monitoring) module to the remote QLX product line and Soneplex MPU software release 4.2, DS1 hicap route diversity can now be added to the path protection feature associated with many fiber rings and OCn multiplexers. DS1 hicap route diversity allows service providers to extend path protection into the local loop and provide complete DS1 circuit protection for critical hicap customers.

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ADC HDSL Compatibility and CSU Power Options

ADC offers a wide variety of HDSL modules to fit numerous shelf types such as industry standard 220 style repeater, 3192 style repeater and also ADC’s unique Soneplex system chassis. All chassis styles provide the mechanical interface for conversion from standard DS1 signals to HDSL encoded signals. This HDSL encoded signal is called 2B1Q and provides the capability to transmit DS1 signal information over longer distances without the need for traditional repeaters.

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Soneplex® PCS System Collocated in the BTS

The Personal Communication Services (PCS) network is a digital network that has the same basic components and standards as cellular networks. A PCS network consists of a mobile switching center, base station transceivers or cell sites, and base station controllers connected to a network service provider. The mobile switching center typically handles 100,000 subscribers. It connects the radio network to the service provider’s telephone network. The base station controller handles link handoffs, acts as an administrator for the location register and concentrates and routes the traffic from several cell sites to the mobile switching center....

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DSX-3 Cable and Cross-Connect Limits

The DSX-3 is a common point in central offices or network nodes that provides the following functions: • Termination of a variety of equipment referred to as network elements (NE). The NE are permanently cabled to this common point during the initial installation and remain terminated at the DSX-3 for the life of the equipment. • Cross-connection of two NE together to configure a circuit. The cross-connect jumper is a semi-permanent connection that may be changed as the telephone network evolves and circuits are re-configured to meet service demands. As new equipment is introduced into the network, this replaceable jumper facilitates a means to re-connect equipment together throughout the...

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HDSL Remote Module for 3192 Shelves Soneplex® Broadband and Loop Extender Systems

In many applications, T1 repeater and other hicap transmission equipment lines are terminated in remote cabinets in 3192-style shelves or racks. Now, with the recent introduction of the Soneplex 3192R HDSL remote module, HDSL circuits originating from a Soneplex central office terminal (COT) module can be terminated remotely in 3192-style shelves. The 3192 shelf is a standard shelf configuration commonly used in the industry. 3192 shelves support 28 module slots and each slot is provided power, local alarm contact points and circuit pin-outs for loop and line wiring for the module....

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HDSL Dual Repeater Soneplex® Broadband and Loop Extender Systems

High-bit-rate digital subscriber line (HDSL) circuits for the delivery of DS1 services can now be extended to 36,000 feet by implementing the newly introduced Soneplex main processor unit (MPU) module with software release 5.2 and the latest version Soneplex HDSL central office repeater and remote modules. This allows monitoring of the signals from the central office along each span.

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RF Signal Management Traditional Splitter/Combiner Installation and Cable Management

Successful signal management in headends of the future will be determined in large part by one issue: the ability to manage the dynamic environment of the return path. New services such as the addition of multiple channel lineups or narrowcast insertion of telephony, PCS, network management or data services, demand two-way signaling and the development of a robust reverse path. At the same time, providing excellent customer service requires a high level of network reliability, often achieved through headend redundancy....

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Soneplex® Loopback

There are several ways which loopbacks can be placed in and on Soneplex units for extended testing of circuits. Listed are several ways of providing these loopbacks: 1. At the HLXR location, provide a physical cord loop from the Network “IN” to the “OUT” jacks on the face of the unit. This provides a hard loop to run any stress test the customer requires. Once testing is completed, this cord loop will have to be removed. 2. If a repair person is at the customer location, they can access the HLXR unit and from the Main Menu, go to the HLX Configuration screen and change the Loopback...

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Increase Network Flexibility

Benefits Realized by the Customer: ADC’s above ground cross-connect enclosures and FEC products provided the CATV company with the fiber flexibility they needed to keep up with rapidly changing services. The company expects both its subscription rate and its revenues to increase in the coming year as a direct result of the new services they are now able to provide to customers.

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Provide for Migration to Broadband Services

Benefits Realized by the Customer: BGX/ACE systems support rapid change, maintenance and turn-up of new services, creating faster generation of revenues and decreased costs of technical labor and service downtime. Technicians are no longer forced to work in crowded splice cases. The risk of cutting the wrong fiber or knocking down live service is virtually eliminated. BGX/ACE systems arrive preprovisioned, eliminating guess work from fiber identification. Technicians access the network at virtually any time without inconveniencing customers and without requiring expensive new structures....

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Designing Business Solutions - Activity Manual

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Designing Business - Delivery Guide

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Designing Business - Classroom Setup Guide

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About This Course

This workshop is a part of the MicrosoftÆ Business Solutions Design Curriculum, a series of four Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courses. The workshop teaches students how to design business solutions by using models of the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF). Students will learn about the MSF Process Model for Application Development and the MSF Application Model. Throughout the course, students will use the models to guide them in the process of business solutions design.

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Instructor Notes: Introduction

The notes that follow provide brief instructions on how to prepare to teach the Introduction module. They also provide an overview of instructional strategies that you can use to successfully teach the courses in the Business Solutions Design Curriculum. The Introduction module provides students with an overview of the course content, materials, and logistics for Course 1608: Designing Business Solutions.

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Instructor Notes Module 1: Course Overview

This module provides students with an overview of both the Business Solutions Design Curriculum and this course. By the end of the module, students should have an understanding of the concepts and skills they will learn in the course. They should also be able to describe a project vision document, the first draft of which they will be able to create by the end of the course. At the end of this module, students will be able to: ! Describe how the course fits into the entire Business Solutions Design Curriculum. ! Describe how they will use the...

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Instructor Notes Module 2: Solution - Design Using the MSF

This module teaches students the MicrosoftÆ Solution Framework (MSF) principles that are used in the rest of the course. Students will learn about solution design from the perspective of Microsoftís advocated design process, the MSF. They will learn the attributes of a good design and how the design process fits into the MSF Process Model by using the output from one milestone as the input for the next milestone. After completing this module, students will be able to: ! Describe the role of design in developing effective solutions to business challenges. ! Describe the MSF Process Model for...

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Instructor Notes Module 3: Services-Based Approach to Solution Design

This module teaches students about the services-based design approach and the differences between user services, business services, and data services. This approach is captured in the MicrosoftÆ Solutions Framework (MSF) Application Model. After completing this module, students will be able to: ! Describe the principles behind the MSF Application Model. ! Identify the service layers of the MSF Application Model. ! Explain the value of the MSF Application Model in designing solutions. ...

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Instructor Notes Module 4: Business - Solution Conceptual Design

In this module, students will learn about the basics of conceptual design, where it fits in the MicrosoftÆ Solutions Framework (MSF) Process Model, its purpose and value in solution design, its steps and tasks, and its outputs and deliverables. Students learn how the process of developing a conceptual design will enable them to deliver solutions that match their customerís requirements. After completing this module, students will be able to: ! Explain the need for conceptual design in the process of designing a business solution. ! Describe the role of conceptual design in the MSF Design Process Model. !...

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