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MA5600T, MA5603T, and MA5608T Hardware Description 25

This manual describes the Huawei MA5600T, MA5603T, and MA5608T hardware specifications, such as dimensions, weight, power consumption, capacity, structure, chassis, slots, boards, power modules, and optical modules.
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H801SPLH Board Description

H801SPLH Board Description

The H801SPLH is 32-port ADSL over ISDN splitter board, It separates ISDN signals from ADSL2+ signals.

Functional Specifications

The H801SPLH supports the following function:

  • Separating 32-channel ISDN signals from ADSL2+ signals
  • Supporting 2B1Q/4B3T coding.

Figure 3-149 shows the external connections of the H801SPLH board.

Figure 3-149  External connections of the H801SPLH board

Technical Specifications

Table 3-177  Technical specifications of the H801SPLH board

Board

Dimensions (W x D x H)

Maximum Power Consumption

H801SPLH

22.86 mm x 237.00 mm x 395.40 mm

0 W

Working Principle

Different signals use different bands.

The H801SPLH board mainly consists of a splitter that is a low-pass filter for filtering ADSL2+ signals. Therefore, the SPPF board can separate ISDN signals from ADSL2+ signals.

After being transmitted to the H801SPLH board through the LINE port, the mixed signals of ISDN and ADSL2+ are transmitted to the splitter through the line protection module. The splitter separates the mixed signals, and then the ADSL2+ signals and the ISDN signals are forwarded through corresponding ports.

Front Panel Port



  • When cables from the PSTN and LINE ports are routed to an outdoor environment, the MDF must be installed with a protective unit.
  • When cables from the LINE port are routed to the user side, the MDF must be installed with a protective unit.
  • The PSTN port must be connected to an MDF with a protective unit or a POTS device. Otherwise, when the LINE port is struck by lightning, energy inside the SPL board or unit fluctuates and overlaps, which may damage the LINE port.

Pin Assignments

Table 3-178 describes the pin assignment of the xDSL port of the H801SPLH board.

Table 3-178  Pin assignments of the xDSL port

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

Port

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

64

31

 

48

23



32

15

 

16

7

63

47

31

15

62

30

46

22

30

14

14

6

61

45

29

13

60

29

44

21

28

13

12

5

59

43

27

11

58

28

42

20

26

12

10

4

57

41

25

9

56

27

40

19

24

11

8

3

55

39

23

7

54

26

38

18

22

10

6

2

53

37

21

5

52

25

36

17

20

9

4

1

51

35

19

3

50

24

34

16

18

8

2

0

49

33

17

1

The pin assignments of the LINE port and the pin assignment of the PSTN port are the same on the H801SPLH board, as described in Table 3-179.

Table 3-179  Pin assignments of the PSTN port

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

Port

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

64

TIP15

 

48

TIP7



32

TIP16

 

16

TIP24

63

RING15

47

RING7

31

RING16

15

RING24

62

TIP14

46

TIP6

30

TIP17

14

TIP25

61

RING14

45

RING6

29

RING17

13

RING25

60

TIP13

44

TIP5

28

TIP18

12

TIP26

59

RING13

43

RING5

27

RING18

11

RING26

58

TIP12

42

TIP4

26

TIP19

10

TIP27

57

RING12

41

RING4

25

RING19

9

RING27

56

TIP11

40

TIP3

24

TIP20

8

TIP28

55

RING11

39

RING3

23

RING20

7

RING28

54

TIP10

38

TIP2

22

TIP21

6

TIP29

53

RING10

37

RING2

21

RING21

5

RING29

52

TIP9

36

TIP1

20

TIP22

4

TIP30

51

RING9

35

RING1

19

RING22

3

RING30

50

TIP8

34

TIP0

18

TIP23

2

TIP31

49

RING8

33

RING0

17

RING23

1

RING31

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