TNU2N402P

Huawei OptiX OSN 9800 TNU2N402P 2*100G/200G or 1*400G programmable line service processing board

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Description

TNU2N402P overview

 

TNU2N402P 10 Gbit/s tributary service processing board applied to Huawei OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32/M24.

To meet ultra-large cross-connect capacity and bandwidth requirements, Huawei presents the OptiX OSN 9800 product series. The OptiX OSN 9800 product series include the OptiX OSN 9800 U64, U32, P18 and universal platform subracks. Applied at the electrical layer, the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 and U32 subracks share boards by using unified software and hardware platforms, and can work with the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack and P18 subrack, OptiX OSN 8800 platform subrack and T16 subrack, and OptiX OSN 6800 optical subracks in WDM and OTN systems.

The TNV6T216 board has three variants: TNU2N402PF51、TNU2N402PT51、TNU2N402PT52.

 

 

Front panel of the TNU2N402P board

TNU2N402P

Front panel of the TNU2N402P board

Device Number of Occupied Slots Physical Slot Logical Slot
OptiX OSN 9800 M24 2 (IU1, IU13), (IU2, IU14), ……, (IU11, IU23), (IU12, IU24) IU1 to IU5, IU8 to IU12
OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Enhanced 1 IU1 to IU32 IU1 to IU32
OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Standard 1 IU1 to IU32 IU1 to IU32
OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Enhanced 1 IU1 to IU64 IU1 to IU64
OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Standard 1 IU1 to IU64 IU1 to IU64
Itam TNU2N402P
Backplane capacity The total backplane bandwidth is 400 Gbit/s.
WDM specification Supports the DWDM specifications.
Tunable wavelength Supports tunable wavelength optical modules that provide for 96 wavelengths tunable in the extended C band with 50 GHz channel spacing.
FEC coding
  • 100G mode:SDFEC2
  • 200G mode:SDFEC
  • 400G mode:SDFEC
Line modulation format 100G line mode:

  • TNU2N402PF51: 100G QPSK, 100G QPSK wDCM
  • Other boards: 100G QPSK

200G line mode:

  • 200G QPSK
  • 200G 8QAM
  • 200G 16QAM

400G line mode:

  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports)

NOTE:

When using a board whose line modulation format is 200G QPSK in an 80-wavelength system with a 50 GHz spacing, set the center wavelength to the median of two adjacent standard wavelengths (that is a standard wavelength plus 25 GHz), because the board must use a 100 GHz spacing during transmission.

Typical channel spacing TNU2N402PT52

  • 100G QPSK: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

TNU2N402PT51

  • 100G QPSK: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G 8QAM: 56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

TNU2N402PF51

  • 100G QPSK(wDCM): 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G 8QAM: 56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

NOTE:

During the modulation format switching of the board, if the channel spacing increases, the modulation format switching fails, an error message indicating wavelength conflict is displayed, and the system prompts that the current channel spacing is too small to switch the modulation format. In this case, you need to change the channel spacing to a larger value before switching the modulation format. For example, modulation format A whose channel spacing is 50G can be directly switched to modulation format B whose channel spacing is 37.5G, but cannot be directly switched to modulation format C whose channel spacing is 75G. In this case, you need to change the channel spacing to a larger value first. Otherwise, the modulation format switching fails.

OTN overhead protocol Supports the OTN frame format and overhead processing defined by ITU-T G.709.
OTN overhead 100G line mode:

  • WDM-side OTU4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.

200G line mode:

  • WDM-side OTUC2 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUC2 layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.

400G line mode:

  • WDM-side OTUC4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUC4 layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.
Intra-board 1+1 protection Supported

NOTE:

Supports intra-board 1+1 protection when working with optical protection boards.

Port in 400G mode: Do not support intra-board 1+1 protection.

ODUk SNCP Supported
Tributary SNCP Supported
Electrical-layer ASON Supported
Optical-layer ASON Supported

NOTE:

  • The flex ASON must be enabled for the modulation formats whose channel spacing is greater than 50 GHz, including 200G 8QAM and 200G QPSK.
    • 200G 8QAM supports only 62.5 GHz/100 GHz flex ASON.
    • 200G QPSK supports only 75 GHz/100 GHz flex ASON.
  • Superchannel does not support ASON.
Physical clock Supported

NOTE:

When the ODU cross-connect granularity of an OTN line port is set to the maximum granularity supported by the port, physical clock synchronization is not supported. The physical clock can be used only after lower-order ODU cross-connections are configured.

IEEE 1588v2 Not supported
Outband DCN Supports communication over ESCs.
Test frame Not supported
PRBS Supports the PRBS function on the WDM side.
Latency measurement
  • The board supports latency measurement in the WDM-side optical port direction (upstream direction). When higher-order ODUk cross-connections are created on the line board, TCM section latency measurement is supported for higher-order ODUk channels. When lower-order ODUk cross-connections are created on the line board, PM/TCM section latency measurement is supported for higher-order ODUk channels, and TCM section latency measurement is supported for lower-order ODUk channels.
  • The board supports PM latency measurement at the ODUC2 layer.
Channel loopback
  • 100G line mode: ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 3, flex) channel loopbacks
  • 200G line mode: ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 3, 4, flex) channel loopbacks
  • 400G line mode: ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 3, 4, flex) channel loopbacks
Port loopback Supports WDM Side Loopback
Alarm and performance event monitoring
  • Supports the monitoring of BIP8 bytes (Bursty mode) to help locate line faults.
  • Supports the monitoring of the laser bias current.
  • Supports the laser temperature monitoring.
  • Supports the optical power monitoring.
  • Supports the monitoring of OTN alarms and performance events.

Functions and Features of the TNU2N402P Board (Regeneration)

Basic function The N402P board applies to electrical regeneration sites to provide the electrical regeneration function for optical signals using port 1 and port 2. Details are as follows:

  • When both port 1 and port 2 are set to 100G mode, the board electrically regenerates two channels of OTU4 signals.
  • When both port 1 and port 2 are set to 200G mode, the board electrically regenerates two channels of OTUC2 signals.
  • When port 1 is set to 400G mode, the board electrically regenerates one OTUC4 signal.
Regeneration mode Unidirectional regeneration
Regeneration rate
  • OTU4
  • OTUC2
  • OTUC4
WDM specification Supports the DWDM specifications.
Tunable wavelength Supports tunable wavelength optical modules that provide for 96 wavelengths tunable in the extended C band with 50 GHz channel spacing.
FEC coding
  • 100G mode:SDFEC2
  • 200G mode:SDFEC
  • 400G mode:SDFEC
Line modulation format 100G mode:

  • TNU2N402PF51: 100G QPSK, 100G QPSK wDCM
  • Other boards: 100G QPSK

200G mode:

  • 200G QPSK
  • 200G 8QAM
  • 200G 16QAM

400G mode:

  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports)

NOTE:

When using a board whose line modulation format is 200G QPSK in an 80-wavelength system with a 50 GHz spacing, set the center wavelength to the median of two adjacent standard wavelengths (that is a standard wavelength plus 25 GHz), because the board must use a 100 GHz spacing during transmission.

Typical channel spacing TNU2N402PT52

  • 100G QPSK: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

TNU2N402PT51

  • 100G QPSK: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G 8QAM: 56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

TNU2N402PF51

  • 100G QPSK(wDCM): 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G QPSK: 75GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 200G 16QAM: 50GHz*n(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)
  • 200G 8QAM: 56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G QPSK(Dual_Ports): 2*(75GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 8QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(56.25GHz+n*6.25GHz)(n=0,1,2…)
  • 400G 16QAM(Dual_Ports): 2*(50GHz*n)(n=1,2…)(Only the standard center frequency of 50 GHz is supported.)

NOTE:

During the modulation format switching of the board, if the channel spacing increases, the modulation format switching fails, an error message indicating wavelength conflict is displayed, and the system prompts that the current channel spacing is too small to switch the modulation format. In this case, you need to change the channel spacing to a larger value before switching the modulation format. For example, modulation format A whose channel spacing is 50G can be directly switched to modulation format B whose channel spacing is 37.5G, but cannot be directly switched to modulation format C whose channel spacing is 75G. In this case, you need to change the channel spacing to a larger value first. Otherwise, the modulation format switching fails.

OTN overhead 100G mode:

  • WDM-side OTU4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODU4 layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODU4 layer: supports non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.

200G mode:

  • WDM-side OTUC2 layer:supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUC2 layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.

400G mode:

  • WDM-side OTUC4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUC4 layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
Optical-layer ASON Supported

NOTE:

  • The flex ASON must be enabled for the modulation formats whose channel spacing is greater than 50 GHz, including 200G 8QAM and 200G QPSK.
    • 200G 8QAM supports only 62.5 GHz/100 GHz flex ASON.
    • 200G QPSK supports only 75 GHz/100 GHz flex ASON.
  • Superchannel does not support ASON.
Outband DCN Supports ESC communication.
Alarm and performance event monitoring
  • Supports the monitoring of BIP8 bytes (Bursty mode) to help locate line faults.
  • Supports the monitoring of the laser bias current.
  • Supports the laser temperature monitoring.
  • Supports the optical power monitoring.
  • Supports the monitoring of OTN alarms and performance events.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 477.30 × 30.50 × 220.00 (mm)
  • 18.81 × 1.20 × 8.67 (in.)
Weight
  • 4.80 kg
  • 10.58 lb.

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