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2010 – Railway Overview. Heike Saadatpour CE & SEE Territory. 22 Years of Excellence. Company Overview . Founded 1988, privately held Offices in Southern California (Head Quarters), Clearwater, FL, and Aarschot (Brussels), Belgium 80+ employees US-designed and made products

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2010 railway overview

2010 – Railway Overview

Heike Saadatpour

CE & SEE Territory

22 Years of Excellence

company overview
Company Overview
  • Founded 1988, privately held
  • Offices in Southern California (Head Quarters), Clearwater, FL, and Aarschot (Brussels), Belgium
  • 80+ employees
  • US-designed and made products
  • 6 years warranty including fans & power supplies

(except SFP’s -1 year)

railway applications in europe
Railway Applications in Europe
  • IP-Cam surveillance application
    • IE-MiniMc installed
    • Main railway stations in Europe
  • TrainInfo displays
    • Connectedwith managed MiniFiberLinX-II to theiMediaChassis/20 via fiber
  • WDM passive multiplexer
    • Splitting SDH and Ethernet traffic
slide4

Railway Applications in Europe

  • Approval took 2 years testing on a big railwaysignaling company!
    • Used in complete railway control centres, connecting with 2 fiber
    • Alcatel switch connections, spanning tree support by switch
      • Reliability
      • Dual power supply
      • 1 U high chassis
      • Successful extra EN testing: EN61000-6-2 (EMC) and EN61000-6-4 (EMC)
  • Multi-Platform of IMC
    • Connect via fiber and copper Cat3 (Telephone) / Cat5
    • Single platform = Single Management
slide5

Railway Applications in Europe

  • AccessPoints / Hotspots on railway stations
    • Outside installations
    • High temperature support for fiber connection & telephone Line!
  • IMC Networks product examples:
    • IE-MiniMc
    • IE-MiniFiberLinX-II
    • IE-iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender
    • iMediaChassis/3,6,20
    • IE-iMcV-ModeConverter (SFP/SFP)
slide6
Fact
  • Everything is moving towards Ethernet / IP
    • Legacy / existing „old fashion“ installations need to be migrated
  • IMC Networks has the expertise to assist
    • Media and protocol conversion
      • Copper, Fiber based Installations
    • Managed, unmanaged deployments
    • System –level, standalone
    • Industrial Networking
      • Extended temperatures
      • EMISSIONS: FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A or B
      • IMMUNITY: EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + A2: 2001 Electrostatic Discharge
      • SAFETY:UL 60950-1
connecting train info displays
Connecting Train Info Displays
  • RS485 Bus Systems
  • Converted to Ethernet, IE-MiniFiberLinX-II
    • Small, high operating temperature range
    • Easy to install
    • Easy to manage
minimc miniature media converter
MiniMc – Miniature Media Converter

Low Cost, High Quality, Zero Intervention

  • Switching technology to negotiate the copper link
  • Copper supports auto-MDI/MDI-X
  • Fiber forced to 100Mbps
  • Full Duplex
  • Multi-mode, single-mode and single-strand fiber supported
  • External power supply
ip cams surveillance
IP Cams - Surveillance
  • IP Cameras on railway stations connected
  • Via fiber
  • Via copper
  • To the core network center

* Symbole Pictures

imc applications ie
IMC applications - IE

IE-GigaMiniMc & IE-MiniMc

  • What is IE?
  • Multiple powering options
    • AC power
    • 802.3af PoE
    • External DC, power range + 7VDC to 50VDC, overload protection
  • Supports extended operating temperature (eg IE-MiniMc -35°C to +70°C)
  • DIN-rail mount
slide12

Industrial Ethernet Conversion

  • Different Power Connection Options:
  • (Redundant)
    • 802.3af-compliant powered device (PD)
    • 5VDC (external DC-block)
    • External 5VDC to 60VDC
    • Built insensor prevents overloading
  • DIN-rail mount
  • Supports operating temperature: -45°C to +70°C
ie mini fiberlinx ii
IE-Mini-FiberLinX-II
  • City wide WiFi access network:
    • WiFi roaming & HD CCTV (traffic and security)
  • WiFi equipment from Cisco, mounted in custom lamp post
  • Cable run from head end to POP via single-strand fiber (SSF)
  • At head end IE-MiniFiberLinX-II:
    • Convert SSF to copper
    • Remote SNMP management
    • Large temperature range
    • Performance statistics
    • VLAN aware
ie mini fiberlinx ii15
IE-Mini-FiberLinX-II
  • Our /20 chassis + iMcV-FlinX-II + Mini-FlinX-II part of a turnkey solution BT OpenReach sells to BT and other telco’s
    • Top – Installation example from BT OpenReach handbook
    • Bottom – Street access NTE (inside this box is a Mini-FlinX-II)
wdm solution
WDM Solution

SDH conversion – Splitting – to Gigabit & SDH

  • Operate SDH via fiber and migrate at the same time to Gigabit Ethernet Connectivity
  • Two fiber sources (1310 nm and 1550 nm) can be multiplexed
  • onto a single fiber pair
wavelength division multiplexing wdm modules
Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) Modules
  • Passive, 2-channel WDM
    • Technology “doubles” existing duplex fiber capacity
  • Speed & protocol independent
    • Supports 1310 nm & 1550 nm SM fiber
  • Ideal for combining legacy ATM circuits and Gigabit Ethernet over same fiber pair
  • Two Versions
    • iMcV-WDM Module
    • Standalone WDM Chassis

WDM Chassis

iMcV-WDM Module

imediachassis 6 for sensitive connections special certifications
iMediaChassis/6 – for sensitive connections!Special Certifications
  • ITEM TEST DESCRIPTION
  • 1 Radiated Emissions, Class B EN 55011: 1998 + A2: 2003
  • 2 Conducted Emissions, Class B EN 55011: 1998 + A2: 2003
  • 3 EN 61000-4-2+A2: 2001 (Electrostatic Discharge Immunity)
  • 4 EN 61000-4-3: 2002 (Radiated Electromagnetic Field Immunity)
  • 5 EN 61000-4-4: 2004 (Electrical Fast Transient/ Burst Immunity)
  • 6 EN 61000-4-5+A1: 2001 (Surge Immunity)
  • 7 EN 61000-4-6+A1: 2001 (Conducted RF Immunity)
  • 8 EN 61000-4-8+A1: 2001 (Magnetic Field Immunity)
  • 9 EN 61000-4-11+A1: 2004 (Voltage Dips, Short Interrupts, & Variations)
  • 10 EN 61000-3-2+A2: 2005 (Harmonic Current Emissions)
  • 11 EN 61000-3-3+A1: 2001 (Voltage Variations & Flicker)
  • TEST RESULTS: IMC Networks’ iMediaChassis/6 with SNMP card, met all the requirements of

EN61000-6-2 and EN61000-6-4

iMediaChassis/6 with SNMP Card

slide19

iMediaChassis/6 – for sensitive connections!Special Certifications

  • ITEM TEST DESCRIPTION
  • 1 Radiated Emissions, Class B EN 55011: 1998 + A2: 2003
  • 2 Conducted Emissions, Class B EN 55011: 1998 + A2: 2003
  • 3 EN 61000-4-2+A2: 2001 (Electrostatic Discharge Immunity)
  • 4 EN 61000-4-3: 2002 (Radiated Electromagnetic Field Immunity)
  • 5 EN 61000-4-4: 2004 (Electrical Fast Transient/ Burst Immunity)
  • 6 EN 61000-4-5+A1: 2001 (Surge Immunity)
  • 7 EN 61000-4-6+A1: 2001 (Conducted RF Immunity)
  • 8 EN 61000-4-8+A1: 2001 (Magnetic Field Immunity)
  • 9 EN 61000-4-11+A1: 2004 (Voltage Dips, Short Interrupts, & Variations)
  • 10 EN 61000-3-2+A2: 2005 (Harmonic Current Emissions)
  • 11 EN 61000-3-3+A1: 2001 (Voltage Variations & Flicker)
  • TEST RESULTS: IMC Networks’ iMcV-LIM 10/100, met all the requirements of EN61000-6-2 and EN61000-6-4

iMcV-LIM 10/100

iMediaChassis/6 with SNMP Card

imc networks subjected to railway environment like tests and passed
IMC Networks subjected to Railway Environment - like tests and PASSED !

EFT

(electrically fast

transient)

Immunity

EN 61000-4-4 –

AC (Power Lines)

Surge Immunity

EN 61000-4-5

Radiated Immunity EN 61000-4-3 – AC

(Biconical Antenna - Vertical Plane)

Radiated Immunity EN61000-4-3 – AC

(Log Periodic Antenna - Horizontal Plane)

ie mini fiberlinx ii23
Smallest, managed converter device on the market!

Same specifications as iMcV-FiberLinX-II except:

Pure CPE device

Standalone or with CO iMcV-FiberLinX-II

No external management port

Serial port via 3.5 mm audio jack (cable included)

Power options:

External AC adapter

POE – PD (Power over Ethernet)

DC block 5-50 VDC

External operating temperature range (-20 to +70 Celsius)

DIN rail mount

Clip included

IE-Mini-FiberLinX-II
imediachassis 20 20 slot
iMediaChassis/20, 20 slot
  • “i” means intelligent – i.e. managed
  • 20-slots for Modules, 1-slot for SNMP
  • All boards hot swappable
    • Settings ‘preserved’ when SNMP module is exchanged
  • Supports SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c, and telnet capabilities
  • Bigger hot-swappable power supply units (400W AC or 300W DC)
  • Monitor fan speed and dual temperature zone
  • Last Gasp Alarm
  • Operational temperature up to 50°C
  • AC Input Load:
  • 100 to 240 V AC±10%, 47-63Hz, 6.3A (Dual AC)
  • DC Input Load:
  • -38 to -72V DC, 11A Max (per module)
imediachassis 6 6 slot
iMediaChassis/6, 6 slot
  • 6-Slot Managed Chassis
    • Available dual PSU
    • Support for six modules and SNMP board
  • Targeted users:
    • More demanding environments
    • Telco grade solutions (NEBS-III pending)
  • Compatible with ALL existing iMcV modules
  • AC Input Load:
  • 100/240 V AC, 47-63Hz, 1.8A
  • 115V @ 1.6A & 230 V @ 0.8A (single)
  • DC Input Load:
  • 48 V DC, 3.3A
imediachassis 3 3 slot
iMediaChassis/3, 3 slot
  • 3-Slot Managed Chassis
    • Available dual PSU (AC, DC or mixed AC/DC)
    • Support THREE modules and SNMP board
  • Targeted users:
    • CPE applications
    • Applications needing SNMP, but a low module count
  • Compatible with ALL existing iMcV modules
  • AC Input Load:
  • 90 to 264 V AC, 47-440Hz
  • DC Input Load:
  • 35 to 75 V DC, 2.7A
module overview
Module Overview
  • ‘Telco’ Protocols
    • E1 / E3 / OC3 / OC12
  • Ethernet protocols
    • 10, 10/100 (L1 & L2), 100, Giga, 10/100/1000 (L2)
  • Mode converters
    • MMF <-> SMF
    • 10, 100, 155, 622 Mbps & Giga
  • Manageable CO/CPE conversion
    • 10/100, 10/100/1000 (FiberLinX family)
module overview31
Module Overview
  • All modules:
    • Available with ST-II (except Giga) or SC
    • MMF (850 nm, 1300 nm)
    • SMF (1310 nm, 1550 nm), with various distances (40 / 80 / 120 km)
    • SSF, 20Km, 40Km 80Km
  • Including protocols and fiber there are 180+ modules available
the fiberlinx family
The FiberLinX ‘Family’
  • iMcV-FiberLinX-II
  • iMcV-Giga-FiberLinX-II
  • IE-Mini-FiberLinX-II
imcv fiberlinx ii
iMcV-FiberLinX-II
  • 100Mbps manageable O/E conversion:
    • 100Mbps fiber uplink
    • 1 x 10/100 copper downlink
    • SFP versions available (TX/SFP and SFP/SFP)
    • Rate limiting
    • VLAN tagging
      • Offers trunking on downlink
      • Also, “transparent” mode will pass any/all frame formats
      • Full range VID
      • 32 independent VLAN’s
      • 802.1p available on each port
      • Two priority queues
      • SNMP Manageable from uplink only
slide34

iMcV-FiberLinX-II

  • 100 Mbps manageable O/E conversion:
    • QinQ with configurable EtherType
    • Broadcast storm limitation (user definable)
    • IGMP (v2) pruning and snooping
    • Last gasp alert on board
    • Loopback (including MAC swap and IGMP clearance)
imcv fiberlinx ii versions
iMcV-FiberLinX-II versions

TX/1x9

TX/SFP

SFP/SFP

TX/TX

imcv giga fiberlinx ii
1,000 Mbps manageable O/E conversion

Functionality as per the 100 Mbps unit with the exception of:

1000Mbps fiber uplink

1x 10/100/1000 copper downlink

1x SFP “downlink” version also exists (LX to SX conversion)

Or SFP/SFP version

iMcV-Giga-FiberLinX-II
access etherlinx 4
Access EtherLinX/4
  • Multiport 100 Mbps termination
    • 100 Mbps fiber uplink
    • 4x 10/100 downlinks
      • Traffic can be isolated, or allowed to ‘mix’
    • Rate limiting on all ports (independent)
    • VLAN tagging / trunking on all ports
      • Either ‘write’ a specific tag on traffic, or trunk a series of VLAN’s
      • Full range VID
      • 16 independent VLAN’s
      • 802.1p available on each port
      • Two priority queues
    • SNMP Manageable from uplink only
    • Broadcast storm limitation (user definable)
    • IGMP (v2) pruning and snooping
common features explained
Common features explained
  • All FiberLinX-II and AccessEtherLinX share the following features:
    • Rate limiting
    • UMA capable
      • Remote management without IP
    • Q in Q¹, VLAN & 802.1p

1) AccessEtherLinX does not support QinQ

slide41

iMcV-Switch

  • iMcV module, multi-port switch
    • 5 x 10/100 copper
    • 4 X 10/100 copper and SFP
    • 3 X 10/100 copper and 2 X SFP
    • 3 X 10/100 copper and FX port model
  • IE version available - operational temperature of -35c to +70c (note, use in conjunction with IE compliant SFP’s)
  • First release will be standard temp- range!
  • Can be managed via iView2 SNMP Element manager – (DDMI data, module inserted, powered)
  • Diagnostic LED’s
specifications
Specifications
  • Switching engine:
    • Supports up to 1000 MAC address earning and aging
    • Transparent to VLAN tags
    • GUI and telnet port status from managed chassis only
    • Grants Priority for all frames with PRI>4 or DSCP > 32
    • Max packet size is 1916bytes
  • Physical:
    • Supports Auto Cross on all TX ports
    • Supports Auto Negotiate on all TX ports
    • Supports Flow Control on AN
specifications cont
Specifications (cont..)
  • No packet loss at 100% bandwidth throughput non-blocking port to port
  • Priority queuing will support a 1 to 10 limitation
  • All 512 internal buffers will be evenly divided between ports
  • Per port buffers will be reserved for high priority frames
slide44

Specifications (cont..)

  • Switch will not block VLAN tags
  • SNMP - can see module
    • Link status
    • Activity
    • Port status
  • Hard code speed/duplex via SNMP GUI or Telnet
  • No backplane communications required
    • Module is ‘standalone’, plug n play
typical applications
Typical applications
  • Increase chassis efficiency, port density
    • Utilize spare chassis slots to provide 10/100 Ethernet switching
  • Use in combination with iMcV-FiberLinX-II
    • Provide more customer ports while offering the FiberLinX functionality
slide46

Typical applications

  • Increases port density of iMediaChassis/3-2AC
  • IE-iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender utilizes existing telephone cabling, connectivity between floors in the same building over a 100m range
  • iMcV-Switch, TX/4-SFP accommodates varying applications such as UDP video broadcast, data transmission, data access / archiving, and SNMP transmission at distance via the fiber port
slide48

IE-iMcV-ModeConverter

Promotion – Value Proposition

For Network Operators and Service professionals

Our SFP / SFP mode converter provides system – level diagnostics and troubleshooting with SNMP management, and enhanced user configured Link Loss in a modular form factor that easily integrates with existing systems, helping keep up with evolving transmission requirements such as distance or speed

slide49

IE-iMcV-ModeConverter

Product – What is it?

  • Modular, compact iMcV form factor, supports any MSA – compliant SFP
  • SNMP Management and trap setting, including DDMI reporting
  • On board diagnostics and management, including front panel LED’s and enhanced Link Loss user selectable feature
slide50

IE-iMcV-ModeConverter

Product – What is it?

  • Protocol – independent SFP / SFP mode converter, supports multiple protocols:
    • Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
    • OC3, OC-12, OC-48
  • Supports multi-mode, single-mode, dual and single fiber
  • Supports speeds of 10 Mbps up to 2.4 Gbps
  • Extended temperature range -40 ºC to +85 ºC for industrial applications
slide51

IE-iMcV-ModeConverter

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • SNMP Management and trap setting and DDMI reporting

Benefit:

  • System - level monitoring, troubleshooting and diagnostics
slide52

IE-iMcV-ModeConverter

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • On board diagnostics, including front panel status LED’s and Link Loss (LL) user selectable feature
    • LL from SFP1 to SFP2
    • LL from SFP2 to SFP1
    • High/Low SFP speed selection
  • If LL not enabled a 25MHz “Keep Alive” signal is inserted in the line

Benefit:

  • Immediate module diagnostic status, assist with troubleshooting and fault isolation at the CPE, CO or a POP along the network
slide55

Application – Link Loss (LFPT)

SFP1 (local)

SD1

SFP2 (remote)

SD2

Head End.

Mode – Link Loss = ON

Client End.

Mode – Link Loss = OFF/ON

SFP1 (local)

SD1

SFP2 (remote)

SD2

SDH ADM

Street Access TDM Variant

û

Access Fibre - SFW

SDH NTE

No Light

Comments: LOS of RCV on local BT fiber

LoF, LoS

slide56

Application–Keep Alive (no LFPT)

SFP1 (local)

SD1

SFP2 (remote)

SD2

Head End.

Mode – Link Loss = OFF

Client End.

Mode – Link Loss = OFF/ON

SFP1 (local)

SD1

SFP2 (remote)

SD2

SDH ADM

Street Access TDM Variant

û

Access Fibre - SFW

SDH NTE

25 MHz Signal

Comments: LOS of RCV on local BT fiber

LoF, LoS

slide58

Promotion – Value Proposition

For our customers,

the IE-iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender delivers VDSL data rates at long and short ranges using existing phone-grade wiring such as sub-standard CAT3 or other telephone cabling while auto adjusting the link quality (throughput) and monitoring and isolating faults with the Remote Alarm Indicator, Flow Control, and Link Fault Pass Through features

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide59

Product – What is it?

  • Modular, compact iMcV form factor, one VDSL port with an RJ-11connector (VDSL) and one 10/100BaseT Ethernet port with an RJ-45 connector (DATA)
  • Provides 100 Mbps at greater than 100 m
  • SNMP Management and trap setting (i.e., minimum Quality Level, etc.)

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide60

Product – What is it?

  • Flow control detection, helps avoid dropping packets due to VDSL link congestion
  • Auto adjust to reach best bandwidth performance for the physical line used (maximum throughput) = LINK quality
  • On board diagnostics and management, including front panel LED’s, Link Loss (VDSL or TX port), LFPT and Remote Alarm Indication

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide61

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • VDSL2 performance at greater than 100 m

Benefit:

  • 100 Mbps using existing phone-grade wiring such as sub-standard CAT3 or other telephone cabling
  • Customers want higher data rates (speed), we give them both, speed and distance

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide62

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • Flow Control on the 10/100BaseT DATA interface
  • Indicator of VDSL2 link congestion
  • OVF LED (flashes)

Benefit:

  • Alerts customer of potential network issue
    • Ethernet line is attempting to send more data than VDSL2 line can support (VDSL2 line provides less bandwidth than the DATA port configuration)
  • Helps stop discarding frames due to congestion

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide63

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • Auto adjust bandwidth performance, LINK quality
  • Customer can config SNMP TRAP on minimum quality – level

Benefit:

  • True plug –and – play operation
  • Operating point AUTOMATICALLY maximizes bandwidth capability of the line in use
  • LINK Quality displayed dynamically with LED’s via binary code

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide64

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • LEDS

Benefit:

  • VDSL
    • RAI (Remote Alarm Indicator): When enabled, YELLOW when the unit at the far end has an alarm
    • FL (Fault Loopback): When enabled, unit will drop the DATA port link when VDSL port link is lost:

ENABLED = ACTIVATED = (flashing)

    • LOS (Loss of Signal): when enabled, LED is RED if VDSL port is down
    • ER (Error): When enabled, YELLOW if:
      • Symbol error
      • VDSL Bandwidth below user defined

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide65

Product – Benefits

Feature:

  • LEDS

Benefit:

  • LINK QUALITY 8-4-2-1
    • GREEN LED’s form a “binary” code, indicating maximum bandwidth VDSL line can support
  • DATA
    • OVF (Overflow): When enabled, LED flashes YELLOW when frames are lost due to VDSL congestion
    • LFPT: When enabled LED is GREEN and flashes if LOS of the far end TX line
    • LOS (Loss of Signal): when enabled, LED is RED if VDSL / DATA port is down
    • ER (Error): When enabled, YELLOW when DATA port receives a symbol error

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

slide66

Conclusion

Improved VDSL

LANextender Performance

  • True 100Mbps at short range and long range
  • Quality control and operation, including flow control and automatic maximum throughput configuration and operation
  • Improved Fault detection, including packet loss detection and notification, and the availability of RAI and LFPT

iMcV-VDSL2-LANextender

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