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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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Differences Between ADSL SPL Boards

Differences Between ADSL SPL Boards

ADSL SPL boards separate ADSL2+ broadband signals from POTS/ISDN narrowband signals.

By access user quantity, ADSL SPL boards can be classified into 32-channel ADSL SPL board and 64-channel ADSL SPL board.
  • A 32-channel ADSL SPL board works with a 32-channel ADSL2+ service board.
  • A 64-channel ADSL SPL board works with a 64-channel ADSL2+ service board.

Differences Between 32-channel ADSL SPL Boards

Table 3-172 lists the major differences between 32-channel ADSL SPL boards.

Table 3-172  Major differences between 32-channel ADSL SPL boards

Board

Port Impedance

Applicable Line

Applicable Service Board

H801SPLF

600-ohm impedance

POTS

  • H805ADLF
  • H808ADLF

H801SPLH

2B1Q or 4B3T

ISDN

H808ADIF

H801SPLL

Complex impedance (ETSI TS 101 952 01 01 option A)

POTS

  • H805ADLF
  • H808ADLF

Differences Between 64-channel ADSL SPL Boards

By the front panel appearance, 64-channel ADSL SPL boards can be classified into two types: boards with common front panel and boards with embedded front panel. These two types of boards are applicable to different subracks and use different cables. Therefore, they cannot be used together.

NOTE:
  • Ports on the board with common front panel (from top to bottom): xDSL0, xDSL1, LINE1, LINE0, PSTN1, and PSTN0
  • Ports on the board with embedded front panel (from top to bottom): xDSL1, xDSL0, LINE0, LINE1, PSTN0, and PSTN1

Figure 3-147 shows the appearance difference between 64-channel ADSL SPL boards.

Figure 3-147  Appearance of the board with common front panel and board with embedded front panel

Table 3-173 lists the major differences between 64-channel ADSL SPL boards.

Table 3-173  Major differences between 64-channel ADSL SPL boards

Board

Front Panel

Port Impedance

Applicable Line

Applicable Service Board

H801SPPF

Common

600-ohm impedance

POTS

  • H802ADPD
  • H805ADPD

H801SPPHA

Embedded

2B1Q or 4B3T

ISDN

H802ADQD

H801SPPF1

Embedded

600-ohm impedance

POTS

  • H802ADPD
  • H805ADPD

H801SPPLA

Embedded

Complex impedance (ETSI TS 101 952 01 01 option A)

POTS

  • H802ADPD
  • H805ADPD

H801SPPLB

Embedded

BT complex impedance

POTS

  • H802ADPD
  • H805ADPD

H801SPPLC

Embedded

Complex impedance (ETSI TS 101 952 01 01 option B)

POTS

  • H802ADPD
  • H805ADPD
NOTE:
  • More information about the boards supported by the product version, please reference the Mapping Between Boards and Software Versions.
  • More information about the boards function supported by the version, please reference the related board description topic.
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Updated: 2019-03-18

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