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Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio (North American Markets)
Streamlined, cost-effective microwave IP transformation
The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio (MPR) enables smooth transformation of backhaul networks from TDM to IP, providing efficient transport of multimedia traffic while supporting legacy TDM. It improves packet aggregation, increases bandwidth, optimizes Ethernet connectivity, and delivers the quality of service needed to satisfy end users. The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR allows mobility, utility and public service providers to efficiently accommodate rapid growth in data and multimedia traffic because packets are handled natively and transmission is adapted to the propagation conditions and quality required by different types of services.
Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio North American Markets
Meeting a key backhaul challenge the rapid growth of multimedia traffic
To remain competitive in the rapidly changing mobile marketplace, operators need to deliver profitable new services while reducing backhaul costs. Users are expanding their demands beyond basic voice and data services like instant messaging and email; they want more delay-sensitive applications, such as media streaming and real-time multimedia. To support these services, broadband wireless technologies, including High-Speed Download Packet Access (HSDPA) and EVDO, are providing higher transmission speeds and packet interfaces.
Figure 1. TDM transport versus packet aggregation
However, backhaul networks must also evolve to meet these new bandwidth demands at acceptable cost points. IP transport offers a valuable solution to help operators transform networks and better manage growing broadband traffic. The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR offers a revolutionary way of transporting packets natively. Using an innovative approach to deliver the quality of service required for each traffic type dramatically reduces operating expenditures (OPEX) and improves
the connectivity of Ethernet and legacy T1 base stations. As a result, the network can easily and efficiently accommodate rapid growth in multimedia traffic, with smooth migration from TDM to IP. Native transport of packet traffic produces a clear gain in scarce radio resources; while packet solutions can absorb TDM traffic efficiently, TDM solutions cannot handle packet traffic cost-effectively. Figure 1 compares TDM transport and packet aggregation.
2G 3G Cell Site 2G 3G TDM Radio Node TDM NxE1 ATM NxE1 Ethernet E1 Stacking Overlay of Multiple Trafc TDM NxE1

Cell Site

Aggregated Packet Trafc Packet Radio Node TDM NxE1 ATM NxE1 Ethernet Packets
Data Aware Packet Aggregation
The need for IP transformation
The growing demand for new broadband services requires more connectivity and additional ports at cell sites. Packet traffic growth drives bandwidth requirements higher (20 Mb/s to 30 Mb/s per cell site); it also has different capacity and quality constraints than voice traffic As mobile network infrastructure evolves, IP-native base stations will have Ethernet interfaces rather than T1. This change in physical interface brings new challenges to backhaul networks. Because the transition will not happen overnight, backhaul networks must migrate gracefully while supporting a mixed payload of legacy TDM and growing packet traffic. The evolution of microwave radio from TDM to packet technologies enables data-aware transport, which can support new high-bandwidth services while leveraging existing technologies. IP transformation typically seeks to achieve four major goals: Gradual transformation of the network, focusing on areas where compelling events force investment in a solution Return on investment in less than two years (as a result of OPEX savings) Minimized OPEX despite capacity increases; requires optimizing the use of scarce resources and aggregating all services over a single pipe, with no overlays Use of a multi-vendor model with standard protocols and no proprietary equipment Data traffic is growing fast, but revenues are not increasing at the same pace; this creates a need to find more efficient ways to transport the additional packet traffic Figure 2 shows the evolution of traffic and revenue.
IP transformation drivers
The need for additional connectivity to introduce new broadband technologies and services, such as HSDPA, EVDO, Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) hotspots, and Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) Increased bandwidth requirements for new packetbased services (20 Mb/s to 30 Mb/s per cell site) Ethernet interfaces to eliminate the need for separate overlay networks to support Ethernet connectivity and backhaul

Figure 2. Traffic and revenue evolution with a massive introduction of broadband services

Voice Era

Data Era

Packet Trafc

Trafc and Revenue Divergence Revenues
An innovative, truly packet product
The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR helps ensure optimal performance for all types of backhauling technologies and enables smooth evolution of existing TDM-based networks to an all-IP network. It aggregates any kind of incoming traffic, including Second Generation (2G), Third Generation (3G) and WiMAX. Performance and low latency are improved for each service, and synchronization can be achieved along the entire backhauling network. traffic, such as video and voice, are assigned to the most available packets across the radio link, while less timedependent applications, such as Internet browsing and e-mail, are given access based on availability; this is shown in Figure 3.
Service-aware transport The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR supports adaptive packet transport for exceptional use of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum and a dramatic improvement in broadband traffic transmission. This service-aware feature directly maps all traffic, both guaranteed and broadband, over the radio frame. It recognizes the traffic types in each incoming packet and automatically adapts to varying microwave link conditions. For instance, priority
Simplified growth Because the Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR offers service-aware transport, operators can increase the number of active users without the inefficiencies of transport constraints. This system enables a dramatic increase in broadband users on the network; up to one hundred times that of T1-based TDM solutions. Operators also gain enhanced support for high-bandwidth applications, such as music downloading and streaming video.
As shown in Figure 4, packet solutions support more active voice and multimedia users than TDM solutions.
Figure 3. Adaptive packet radio
Figure 4. A comparison of TDM and packet radio solution capacity
Pocket Radio vs TDM Multimedia Voice

Guarantee 100%

Number of Active Users

4 QAM 16 QAM 256 QAM

Packet Radio
Extending IP/MPLS from the core to the cell site The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR platform is part of an integrated end-to-end remote access network and core solution for complete IP transformation. Comprehensive monitoring of the entire IP remote access network helps ensure effective IP/Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) management and reduces complexity. Key components To integrate TDM, IP and microwave technologies, the Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR platform includes three main components. The Microwave Service Switch The Microwave Service Switch (MSS) can aggregate any kind of TDM traffic with any kind of packet traffic over a single Ethernet connection. Different services can be dynamically managed, depending on the existing radio performance levels, particularly in the case of fading conditions. Microwave Packet Transport Unit High Capacity, Long Haul The Microwave Packet Transport Unit High Capacity, Long Haul (MPT-HL) simplifies the critical part of a microwave system, using the latest RF and modem technology. It provides two RF slots in 2.5 rack units of space in 1+0, 1+1 Space Diversity/Frequency Diversity (SD/FD), and 2+0 installations. Connection to the MPT-HL from the MSS is simplified to a standard Gigabit Ethernet connection. The MPT-HL is the first all-packet, all-indoor nodal microwave transmission system.

Outdoor Unit This same Outdoor Unit (ODU) is available for the whole product family (both traditional TDM and IP microwave solutions), allowing smooth migration from TDM to packet networks and protecting your initial investment.
The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MPR is transparent to all microwave solutions, so it can be deployed in any existing network. This offers seamless, cost-effective evolution from TDM to packet transport on the schedule that best meets your needs.

Microwave Service Switch

Microwave Packet Transport Unit

Outdoor Unit

Support services Alcatel-Lucent offers a full range of support services for streamlined, cost-effective IP transformation, including: Network design and planning Hotline Repair and return express, swap and repair, and spare parts management On-site visits, urgent interventions and technical assistance Training Bundled services during warranty period and warranty extensions

Key features

Feature Benefit
Multi-service aggregation layer Service awareness Fully integrated multi-reach packet node Service-driven adaptive modulation
Single transmission pipe for all services and access technologies Radio bandwidth utilization is 100 percent (a significant improvement over TDM) Increased end-user satisfaction for all types of services High performance with minimal bandwidth usage Full switching, aggregation and handling of any incoming traffic Virtually no capacity limits (up to 10 Gb/s) No additional external switch is needed Efficient use of scarce spectrum resources Enhanced performance
The Alcatel-Lucent advantage
Alcatel-Lucent is a leader in IP transformation and the migration to fully packet-based mobile networks; our revolutionary wireless transmission solutions provide the nextgeneration backhauling capabilities required to compete in todays marketplace Alcatel-Lucent is a leading vendor in microwave, IP and carrier Ethernet We have shipped more than half a million microwave transceivers and have a presence in over 95 countries We have more than 150 IP customers in over 65 countries, including 13 of the top 30 carriers globally The Alcatel-Lucent integrated, optimized packet aggregation solution is the first in the market; it is optimized to transport all types of services over a single pipe To maintain end-user satisfaction, Alcatel-Lucent: Supports adaptive packet transport for unparalleled use of the radio frequency spectrum Offers a dramatic improvement in broadband traffic transmission Provides the required performance level for each service

www.alcatel-lucent.com

Alcatel, Lucent, Alcatel-Lucent and the Alcatel-Lucent logo are trademarks of Alcatel-Lucent. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The information presented is subject to change without notice. Alcatel-Lucent assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein. 2008 Alcatel-Lucent. All rights reserved. CAR2468080264 (05)

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Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio
N orth A merican / A N S I M ar k ets | R elease 1. 0 and 2. 0
The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Packet Radio (MPR) is changing the world of wireless transmission; it provides seamless Internet Protocol (IP) migration for microwave networks. Mobile service providers, private operators and carriers now have a new platform adding exceptional functionality to their networks. The 9500 MPR handles traffic by packets natively, using IP instead of being locked into Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) formats; yet it still fully supports TDM circuits, providing a means to gracefully and seamlessly migrate to an all-IP infrastructure. The 9500 MPR offers the lowest total cost of ownership by reducing both fixed capital expenditures and recurring operational expenses.
Key features and benefits
Multi-service aggregation layer Provided by a fully scalable 10 gigabit Microwave Service Switch (MSS) with DS1, DS3 and Ethernet interfaces Allows operators to adopt IP backhaul without abandoning existing TDM-based services

Outdoor Units (ODU)

changing link conditions to improve availability Fully exploits the air link by allocating transport capacity according to dynamically varying bandwidth and QoS requirements for different services Improves use of the premium microwave spectrum, boosts link performance and reduces antenna size requirements Multi-reach packet node Combines up to 12 short haul and long haul radio transceivers plus a 10 Gigabit core switching matrix into a single network element Provides optical Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) and metallic uplinks Packets can be transported over any media in any direction Dramatically reduces the total cost of ownership by eliminating service aggregation bottlenecks, serving a wide range of distances, connecting in several directions, minimizing space requirements, eliminating messy intershelf cabling, and simplifying operation
With Ethernet as the convergence layer, any kind of traffic can be carried, independent of the type of interface Service awareness Encapsulates all traffic as packets, then queues and prioritizes packets by service type, criticality and Quality of Service (QoS) requirements before transporting packets across the radio link Eliminates the potential for backhaul to become a choke point with limited growth for new data services while still supporting QoS requirements of existing voice services Service-driven adaptive modulation This giant step forward in radio technology hitlessly adapts to
Microwave Packet Terminal (MPT-HL)
Microwave Service Switch (MSS)

Technical specifications

Applications
Backhaul and backbone transport for mobile service providers Interconnection of private land mobile radios for public safety and industry Private communications and telemonitoring for critical infrastructure Wide area network (WAN) connectivity for enterprises, Internet service providers (ISPs) and carriers

Capacity ranges

ODU: 18 Mb/s to 267 Mb/s MPT-HL: 8 Mb/s to 214 Mb/s

Power consumption

MSS (dependent on actual cards installed): Control switching module: 15 W 32 x DS1 access card: 12 W 2 x DS3 access card: 12 W Radio access card: 23 W 8 x Ethernet access card: 15 W Fan: 8 W MPT-HL: 140 W maximum per RF transceiver ODU: 50 W maximum

Operating environment

MSS: -5C to +55C (23F to 131F) MPT-HL: 0C to +55C (32F to 131F) ODU guaranteed: -33C to +55C (-27F to +131F) NEBS Level 3 Telcordia GR-63 Telcordia GR-1089

Microwave service switch

TDM encapsulation: Metro Ethernet Forum 8 (MEF8) Switching capacity: Greater than 10 Gb/s Aggregate radio throughput: Greater than 2 Gb/s

Traffic interfaces

100% front access for: DS1 access card: 32 x DS1 DS3 access card: 2 x DS3 Control and switching module: 4 x 10/100/1000 BaseT 1 x Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) 8 x Ethernet access card: 4 x 10/100/1000 BaseT 4 x SFP
Network and element management
Integrated network management in Windows environment Embedded Web browser for network element (NE) supervision Software-based configuration by personal computer (PC) Intuitive supervision systems Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent with Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/IP rerouting capability Interoperable with all AlcatelLucent wireless microwave and transmission equipment Fully compatible with the AlcatelLucent 8000 Transmission System Manager (TSM), 1340 Integrated Network Controller (INC), and 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM)

Configuration options

Radio terminal Radio repeater Multidirectional radio node Aggregation shelf (no radio frequency [RF])

Dimensions

MSS Height: 88 mm (3.46 in.) Width: 444 mm (17.48 in.) Depth: 250 mm (9.84 in.) MPT-HL Height: 108 mm (4.25 in.) Width: 438 mm (17.25 in.) Depth: 362 mm (14.25 in.) ODU Height: 287 mm (11.29 in.) Width: 287 mm (11.29 in.) Depth: 119 mm (4.69 in.)

Radio-to-MSS connections

ODU: Up to 6 NSB or 3 MHSB MPT-HL: Up to 8 NSB or 4 MHSB Or a combination of the above

Operating frequencies

ODU: Lower and upper 6 GHz, 7/8 GHz, 10/11 GHz, 18 GHz and 23 GHz MPT-HL: 5.8 GHz, Lower and upper 6 GHz, 7/8 GHz and 10/11 GHz

Power requirements

Input voltage range: MSS - Standard: -48 V DC to -60 V DC 20% MSS - Optional: +24 V DC to +60 V DC 20% MSS - Optional: 110 V AC to 230 V AC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz MPT-HL: 24 V DC to 60 V DC 20% ODU: Powered over intermediate frequency (IF)/coaxial cable

Weight

MSS: Less than 5.98 kg (13.2 lb) fully loaded MPT-HL 1+1 and 2+0: 12.7 kg (28 lb) 1+0: 8.85 kg (19.5 lb) ODU: 5.98 kg (13.2 lb)
Radio frequency transceiver
Synthesized source Transmitter output power agility

Modulation options

ODU: 32 quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM), 128 QAM and 256 QAM MPT-HL: 32 QAM, 128 QAM and 256 QAM Adaptive modulation: 4/16/64 QAM

www.alcatel-lucent.com

Alcatel, Lucent, Alcatel-Lucent and the Alcatel-Lucent logo are trademarks of Alcatel-Lucent. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The information presented is subject to change without notice. Alcatel-Lucent assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein. 2008 Alcatel-Lucent. All rights reserved. CAR2468080267 (04)

 

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