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FAQ-What is the mapping relationship between the E1TF board and trunk cables

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  35 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
What is the mapping relationship between E1TF board and trunk cables?
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
A:
The D-68PIN interface of the trunk cable connects to the E1TF board in the HABD/HABL subrack. The other end of the trunk cable, 4-strand coaxial cable, connects to the SSM TDM interface board (to the DDF physically). 
The line connections are as follows: 
The four E1s of the W1 correspond to the front four E1s of the RSU board in slot 4. 
The four E1s of the W2 correspond to the back four E1s of the RSU board in slot 4. 
The four E1s of the W3 correspond to the front four E1s of the RSU board in slot 5. 
The four E1s of the W4 correspond to the back four E1s of the RSU board in slot 5. 
Root Cause
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