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AS/ASN 6U

IDU ALplus2/ALCplus2/ALCplus2e
Addendum

User manual

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Contents

Section 1.
AS/ASN 6U
CHARACTERISTICS 3

1 CHARACTERISTICS.................................................................................................... 3
1.1 FOREWORD ...................................................................................................... 3
1.2 CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................... 3
1.2.1 Versions ................................................................................................. 4
1.2.2 Available frequencies................................................................................ 4
1.2.3 Characteristics in Tx ................................................................................10
1.2.4 Characteristics in Rx................................................................................11
1.2.5 Characteristics of power supply and consumption ........................................12
1.2.6 Hybrids .................................................................................................13
1.2.7 Flange of the waveguide ..........................................................................13
1.2.8 Dimensions and weights ..........................................................................14

Section 2.
LIST OF TABLES 15

2 LIST OF TABLES .......................................................................................................15

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Section 1.
AS/ASN 6U
CHARACTERISTICS

1 CHARACTERISTICS

1.1 FOREWORD

The equipment is in compliance with the following standards:

EN 301 489-4 for EMC


ITU-R F384-10 for RF channel arrangement

EN 302 217 for fixed digital radio links

EN 300 132-2 power supply characteristics


EN 300 019 climatic characteristics (in operation: class 3.2 for IDU and class 4.1 for ODU; storing:
class 1.2; transport: class 2.3)

EN 60950 for the operator safety

IEEE 802.3 for Ethernet interfaces

ITU-T G.8261 for timing and synchronization aspects in packet networks.

1.2 CHARACTERISTICS

The reported values are guaranteed if not specifically defined otherwise.

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1.2.1 Versions

Two versions of ODU are available: ODU AS and ODU ASN. The two versions are similar. Differencies will
be pointed out.

Regarding ODU ASN, the units without isolator have SIAE code GE9xxx, the units with isolator have
SIAE code GE8xxx.

RF loop is available for ODU AS. An equivalent feature is available on request for ODU ASN.

1.2.2 Available frequencies

- Frequency band 6.44 to 7.10 GHz according to ITU-R F.384-10

- Modulation scheme 4QAM/8PSK/16QAM/32QAM/64QAM/


128QAM/256QAM

- Channel bandwidth1 7, 14, 28, 402 and 56 MHz

- Capacity see Tab.1

Tab.1 - Net radio throughput in Mbit/s versus channel bandwidth for ALplus2, ALCplus2 and
ALCplus2e equipment

Channel bandwidth (MHz)


Modulation type
7 14 28 40 56

4QAMs 8.381 17.246 35.286 49.836 71.092

4QAM 10.457 20.792 41.609 60.056 82.748

8PSK 14.697 29.122 62.096 86.907 123.958

16QAM 21.094 41.56 82.694 117.901 165.159

32QAM 25.016 51.911 103.668 141.282 201.636

64QAM 31.505 62.229 124.328 174.355 240.029

128QAM 35.468 72.462 144.676 205.642 286.368

256QAM 41.798 85.225 170.028 239.239 314.112

- RF filter range Wide Filter Option (see Tab.2)


Single Channel Filter Option 3 - (see Tab.6)

- Transceiver tuning range see Tab.2

1 ITU-R F.384-10 foresee only the 30 and 40 MHz channel spacing. However, ALplus2, ALCplus2 and
ALCplus2e IDUs support 7, 14, 28 and 56 MHz channel bandwidth that are reported in this document for
information purpose.
2 40 MHz channel bandwidth is available only for ALCplus2e
3 This channel filter option is available only for AS ODU.

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Tab.2 - RF filter subbands for AS6U and ASN6U

Frequency range: 6.44-7.10 MHz - Go-return: 340 MHz


ITU-R F.384-10 - f0=6770 MHz

Sub Band Low half Limits (MHz) Upper half Limits (MHz) RF Filter Tuning Range

1 6446 - 6554 6786 - 6894


2 6566 - 6674 6906 - 7014 108 a

3 6646 - 6754 6986 - 7094

Frequency range: 6.44-7.10 MHz - Go-return: 340 MHz


ITU-R F.384-10 - f0=6770 MHz

Sub Band Low half Limits (MHz) Upper half Limits (MHz) RF Filter Tuning Range

1 6440 - 6560 6780 - 6900

2 6560 - 6680 6900 - 7020

3 6640 - 6760 6980 - 7100


a.
120
4 6520 - 6640 6860 - 6980

5 6600 - 6720 6940 - 7060

6 6680 - 6800 7020 - 7140

Frequency range: 6.44-7.10 MHz - Go-return: 340 MHz


ITU-R F.384-10 - f0=6770 MHz

Sub Band Low half Limits (MHz) Upper half Limits (MHz) RF Filter Tuning Range

CH 1-2 6445 - 6515 6785 - 6855

CH 2-3 6485 - 6555 6825 - 6895


CH 3-4 6525 - 6595 6865 - 6935
b
CH 4-5 6565 - 6635 6905 - 6975 70

CH 5-6 6605 - 6675 6945 - 7015

CH 6-7 6645 - 6715 6985 - 7055

CH 7-8 6685 - 6755 7026 - 7095

a. The same filter is available with either 108 MHz or 120 MHz RF tuning range depending on the
channel file.
b. This RF filter subbands are available only for AS ODU

The frequency carrier limits available with ODU ASN are given in Tab.3.

Tab.3 - 6.44 - 7.10 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz - Frequency carrier limits

Frequency range: 6.44 - 7.10 GHz - Go-return 340 MHz

Subband 1

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

7 6443.5 6556.5 6783.5 6896.5

14 6447 6553 6787 6893

28 6454 6546 6794 6886

40 6460 6540 6800 6880

56 6468 6532 6808 6872

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Subband 2

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

7 6563.5 6676.5 6903.5 7016.5

14 6567 6673 6907 7013

28 6574 6666 6914 7006

40 6580 6660 6920 7000

56 6588 6652 6928 6992

Subband 3

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

7 6643.5 6756.5 6983.5 7096.5

14 6647 6753 6987 7093

28 6654 6746 6994 7086

40 6660 6740 7000 7080

56 6668 6732 7008 7072

Subband 4

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

7 6523.5 6636.5 6863.5 6976.5

14 6527 6633 6867 6973

28 6534 6626 6874 6966

40 6540 6620 6880 6960

56 6548 6612 6888 6952

Subband 5

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

7 6603.5 6796.5 6943.5 7056.5

14 6607 6713 6947 7053

28 6614 6706 6954 7046

40 6620 6700 6960 7040

56 6628 6692 6968 7032

Subband 6

Lower half of the band Higher half of the band


Channel bandwidth
(MHz) Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency Lowest Frequency Highest Frequency
Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz) Carrier (MHz)

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7 6683.5 6796.5 7023.5 7136.5

14 6687 6793 7027 7133

28 6694 6786 7034 7126

40 6700 6780 7040 7120

56 6708 6672 7048 7112

Referring to ITU-T Reccomendation F.384-10, the available frequency channels are shown in Tab.4 and
Tab.5.

Tab.4 - 6.44 - 7.1 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz -108 MHz and 120 MHz RF filter bandwidth
Available frequency channels for each filter subband

Frequency range: 6.44 - 7.10 GHz - Go-return 340 MHz - 108 MHz and 120 MHz RF filter tuning range
ITU-R F.384-10 - f0=6770 MHz

Subband 1

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=1,...,3

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=1,...,3

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=1,...,3

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=1,2

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=1

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=1

Subband 2

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=5,...,7

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=4,...,6

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=4,...,6

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=4,5

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=n.a.

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=n.a.

Subband 3

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=8,...,10

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=6,...,8

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=6,...,8

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=6,7

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=n.a.

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=n.a.

Subband 4

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Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=4,...,6

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=3,...,5

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=3,...,5

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=3,4

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=2

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=2

Subband 5

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=8,...,10

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=6,...,8

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=6,...,8

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=6,7

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=3

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=3

Subband 6

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=6,...,6

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=3,...,5

40 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=3,...,5

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=3,4

56-Main 80 fn=f0-350+80n f=f0-10+80n n=4

56-Interleave 80 fn=f0-370+80n f=f0-30+80n n=4

Tab.5 - 6.44-7.10 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz - 70 MHz RF filter bandwidth
Available frequency channels for each filter sub-band

Frequency range: 6.44 - 7.10 GHz - Go-return 340 MHz - 70 MHz RF filter tuning range
ITU-R F.384-10 - f0=6770 MHz

Subband 1-2

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=1,2

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=1,2

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=1

Subband 2-3

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=3

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28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=2,3

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=2

Subband 3-4

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=4,5

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=3,4

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=3

Subband 4-5

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=5,6

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=4,5

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=4

Subband 5-6

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=7

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=5,6

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=5

Subband 6-7

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=8,9

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=6,7

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=6

Subband 7-8

Channel bandwidth Channel spacing Lower half of the Upper half of the
Available channels
(MHz) (MHz) band band

28 30 fn=f0-340+30n fn=f0+30n n=9,10

28 40 fn=f0-350+40n f=f0-10+40n n=7,8

56 40 fn=f0-330+40n f=f0+10+40n n=7

Note: the 70 MHz RF filter bandwidth can be used for the 1+1 FD configuration, by coupling two frequency
channels on the same antenna by means of a RF circulator. This configuration can be used with the follow-
ing limitations:

28 MHz Channel Bandwidth (either 30 or 40 MHz channel spacing): the two RF cahnnels must be-
long to two different and non adjacent subbands. For example, subband CH1-2 can be used in
conjunction with subband CH4-5 or a farthest subband. In addition, Channel#1 cannot be used in
conjunction with Channel #8

56 MHz Channel Bandwidth: the two RF channels must belong to two different and non overlapped
subbands. For example, subband CH1-2 can be used in conjunction with subband CH3-4 or a
farthest subband.

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The 6U GHz band is split into eight subbands. A filter covers a single 28 MHz channel with a40 channel
spacing, according to ITU-R F.384-10.

Tab.6 - Single channel RF filter for AS6U

Frequency range: 6.44 - 7.10 GHz - Go-return 340 MHz - ITU-R F.384-10

Subband Lower Frequency Carrier (MHz) Upper Frequency Carrier (MHz)

CH 1 6460 6800

CH 2 6500 6840

CH 3 6540 6880

CH 4 6580 6920

CH 5 6620 6960

CH 6 6660 7000

CH 7 6700 7040

CH 8 6740 7080

Note: The Single Channel RF filter can be used for the 1+1 FD configuration, by coupling teo frequency
channels on the same antenna by means of a RF circulator.

1.2.3 Characteristics in Tx

- Maximum transmit power see Tab.7

Tab.7 - Nominal values at C-C point for 1+0 configuration


a b
Modulation AS ODU (dBm) Stability ASN ODU (dBm) Stability
4QAMs 29 1 dB 29 2 dB

4QAM 29 1 dB 29 2 dB

8PSK 29 1 dB 29 2 dB

16QAM 26 1 dB 26 2 dB

32QAM 26 1 dB 26 2 dB

64QAM 25 1 dB 25 2 dB

128QAM 25 1 dB 25 2 dB

256QAM 24 1 dB 24 2 dB

a. With ACM, the power stability for the reference modulation will be 1dB. With ACM, for the modulation
schemes different than the reference one, the power stability will be +2/-1dB
b. With ACM, the power stability for the reference modulation will be 2dB. With ACM, for the modulation
schemes different than the reference one, the power stability will be +3/-2dB

- Transmit power with ACM Peak Constant Mode: each modulation transmits
the output power indicated in Tab.7
Mean Constant Mean: all the selected ACM
profiles transmit the same output power level,
that is equal to the Maximum transmit power
indicated in Tab.7 for the highest modulation level
selected
Hybrid Mode: the ACM profiles above the
reference modulation transmit in Peak Constant

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mode. Below the reference modulation the
Mean Constant Mode is followed 4.

- Tx bandwidth see Tab.2

- Frequency agility following ITU-R/CEPT channel plans or at 250 kHz


steps

- Built-in transmit power attentuation range see Tab.8

Tab.8 - Attenuation Range

ODU type Attenuation range (dBm)

AS 40
a
ASN 30

a. (30+5)=35dB extended dynamic for automatic fade margin esti-


mation

- Attenuation step 1dB step software adjustable

- RTPC see Tab.9

Tab.9 - RTPC range

ODU type RTPC range (dBm)

AS 40

ASN 30

- Accuracy of built-in transmit power attenuation 1dB accuracy over attenuation range 03 dB
2dB accuracy over attenuation range 430 dB
3dB accuracy over attenuation range 3140 dB

- Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) see Tab.10

Tab.10 - ATPC range


a
ODU type ATPC range (dBm)
AS 40

ASN 30

a. The RTPC attenuation is included into the ATPC range.

- ATPC attenuation step 1dB

- Spurious in Tx according to ETSI EN 301 390

- Stability in frequency 5ppm, (10ppm with aging)

- Muting 60dB

1.2.4 Characteristics in Rx

- Rx band see Tab.2


-6
- Sensitivity in dBm @10 at point C - C (1+0) Tab.11
- Spurious in Rx according to ETSI EN 301 390

- AGC dynamic range from -22 dBm to threshold @ BER=10-6

4 This option is available only for ALCplus2e.

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- Accuracy of Rx level indication @ 25C 2dB in range -22dBm threshold

- Accuracy of Rx level indication over the


whole temperature range (PC reading) 3dB in range -50dBm threshold
4dB in range -49dBm -20dBm

- Maximum power in for BER=10-6 -22dBm

- Damage Rx power +10dBm

- Residual BER (RBER) 1x10-12

Tab.11 - Guaranteed threshold (in dBm) for BER=10-6 and for BER=10-10

Typical threshold is 2 dB lower.


Channel spa-
BER 4QAMs 4QAM 8PSK 16QAM 32QAM 64QAM 128QAM 256QAM
cing (MHz)

BER=10-6 -93 -89 -86.5 -83.5 -81 -78.5 -77 -74


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BER=10-10 -91 -87 -84.5 -81.5 -79 -76.5 -75 -72

BER=10-6 -90.5 -88.5 -84.5 -82 -78.5 -76.5 -74 -71


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BER=10-10 -88.5 -86.5 -82.5 -80 -76.5 -74.5 -72 -69

BER=10-6 -87.5 -86 -80.5 -79 -75.5 -73.5 -71.5 -68.5


28
BER=10-10 -85.5 -84 -78.5 -77 -73.5 -71.5 -69.5 -66.5

BER=10-6 -85 -83.5 -78 -77 -73.5 -72 -69 -65.5


56
BER=10-10 -83 -81.5 -76 -75 -71.5 -70 -67 -63.5

1.2.5 Characteristics of power supply and consumption


5
- Power supply voltage (nominal -48 Vdc) -40.8 -57.6 Vdc

Tab.12 -Power consumption 6

Typical Power Guaranteed IMAX (@40Vdc)


ODU type IDU type Config. Consumptiona Power Con- at power
(W) sumption(W) connector (A)

1+0 58 66.5 1.66


Compact - 1RU
1+1 89 101 2.52

1+0 66 75.5 1.88


Compact Enhanced -
1+1/2x(1+0) 104 118.5 2.96
1RU
2x(1+0)XPIC 112 127.5 3.18
AS
1+0 69 79 1.97
Compact Enhanced
1+1/2x(1+0) 109 124 3.1
PWE3 - 1RU
2x(1+0)XPIC 115 131 3.27

1+0 66 75.5 1.88


Modular - 1RU
1+1/2x(1+0) 97 110 2.75

5 -48.8 -72 Vdc is also available on request. The range -20.4 -28.8 is available with external DC-DC
converter

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1+0 56 64.5 1.61
Compact - 1RU
1+1 85 97 2.42

1+0 64 73.5 1.82


Compact Enhanced -
1+1/2x(1+0) 100 114.5 2.86
1RU
2x(1+0)XPIC 108 123.5 3.08
ASN
1+0 67 77 1.92
Compact Enhanced
1+1/2x(1+0) 105 120 3
PWE3 - 1RU
2x(1+0)XPIC 111 127 3.17

1+0 64 73.5 1.83


Modular - 1RU
1+1/2x(1+0) 93 106 2.65

a. The typical values are achieved with 48 Vdc of input power voltage. For ALplus2 IDU the power con-
sumption refers to the equipment loaded with traffic on Ethernet and 16xE1 interfaces. For ALCplus2 the
power consumption refers to the IDU with Ethernet and 16xE1 interfaces fully loaded.

In ALCplus2 1+1 and ALCplus2e (all version) the two power connectors are in parallel.

1.2.6 Hybrids

The ODU units of a 1+1 system with single antenna are coupled to the antenna by means of an hybrid,
available in different versions, whose branching losses are listed here below.

- 1+1 hot stand-by

- balanced hybrid Tx losses 4dB


Rx losses 4dB

- unbalanced hybrid Tx losses 1.7/7dB


Rx losses 1.7/7dB

- 1+1 FD (only with double polariz. antenna) negligible losses


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- 1+1 FD configuration with RF channel filter Tx losses < 1 dB
Rx losses < 1 dB

- 1+1 SD with double antenna negligible losses

- 1+1 SFD with double antenna negligible losses

- 2x(1+0) negligible losses

1.2.7 Flange of the waveguide

- Type of flange of the waveguide (radio side) UDR 70

- Maximum recommended waveguide length


for ODU ASN without isolator (m) see Tab.13

6 Fully equipped configuration with 300m 1/4 IDU-ODU cable


7 The absolute difference between frequency carriers must be at least 2xBW where BW is the bandwidth
of the RF channel filter

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Tab.13 - Maximum recommended waveguide length (m)

Channel bandwidth (MHz)

7 14 28 40 56

10 10 10 5 5

1.2.8 Dimensions and weights

- Physical size of system components see Tab.14

Tab.14 - Physical size of system components

Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm)

ODU 1+0 ASNa ODU version 254 254 114

ODU 1+0 AS ODU version 254 254 154

ODU 1+1 ASNa. ODU version b 278 254 296

ODU 1+1 AS ODU version b.


358 254 296

a. ASN version with isolator has the same dimension of ODU AS


b. Including passive hybrid

- Weight of system components

- ODU 1+0 ASN ODU 4.5 kg

- ODU 1+1 ASN ODU 12.5 kg

- Panning system 1+0/1+1 4.4 kg.

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Section 2.
LIST OF TABLES

2 LIST OF TABLES

Tab.1 - Net radio throughput in Mbit/s versus channel bandwidth for ALplus2, ALCplus2 and
ALCplus2e equipment ....................................................................................................... 4

Tab.2 - RF filter subbands for AS6U and ASN6U................................................................... 5

Tab.3 - 6.44 - 7.10 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz - Frequency carrier limits.......................... 5

Tab.4 - 6.44 - 7.1 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz -108 MHz and 120 MHz RF filter bandwidth Avail-
able frequency channels for each filter subband.................................................................... 7

Tab.5 - 6.44-7.10 GHz band - Go-return 340 MHz - 70 MHz RF filter bandwidth
Available frequency channels for each filter sub-band............................................................ 8

Tab.6 - Single channel RF filter for AS6U ...........................................................................10

Tab.7 - Nominal values at C-C point for 1+0 configuration ..................................................10

Tab.8 - Attenuation Range ..............................................................................................11

Tab.9 - RTPC range ........................................................................................................11

Tab.10 - ATPC range ......................................................................................................11

Tab.11 - Guaranteed threshold (in dBm) for BER=10-6 and for BER=10-10 ..................................... 12

Tab.12 -Power consumption ............................................................................................12

Tab.13 - Maximum recommended waveguide length (m) .....................................................14

Tab.14 - Physical size of system components .....................................................................14

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