AMCC CS19204CBI12

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Product Brief
Part Number S19204CBI12, Revision 1.21, June 2003
SONET/SDH STS-192/STM-64 MUX/DEMUX with Pointer Processor
Features
• STS-192/STM-64 framer.
• Non-Intrusive TOH Monitoring for all inputs: STS-192/STM-64
or 4x STS-48/STM-16.
• SONET/SDH Mux/Demux, Transport Overhead Terminating
Transceiver, & Pointer Processors for an STS-192/STM-64 and
up to 4 x STS-48/STM-16s.
• TOH can be either terminated/regenerated, or transparently
passed-through the device on a per function basis, in both
through-timing and pointer processing applications.
• Provisionable as SONET or SDH on a per line basis.
• High Speed Side supports a 622 MHz 16-bit STS-192/STM-64
interface.
Demultiplex Direction
• Low Speed Side supports a 622 MHz 16-bit STS-192/STM-64
interface or four 622 MHz 4-bit STS-48/STM-16 interfaces.
• Demultiplexes an STS-192/STM-64 into 4 STS-48/STM-16
connections or supports a bypass mode for STS-192/STM-64to-STS-192/STM-64 connections.
• Cross-connects, in both directions, with STS-1 level granularity.
• Provisionable as SOH/LOH pass-through or termination/regeneration device.
• Compliant with ITU G.707, Bellcore GR-253, and ANSI T1.105
standards.
• Provisionable pointer processor bypass available for STS-192
to STS-192 operation (through-timing). Both a full bypass (no
frame regeneration) as well as a pointer processor bypass
(frame generation enabled) are provided.
Multiplex Direction
• Selector for choosing demultiplexed tributaries from highspeed interface, low-speed interfaces or from APS inputs.
• Multiplexes 4 STS-48/STM-16 tributaries into an STS-192/
STM-64 or bypass for STS-192/STM-64-to-STS-192/STM-64
connections.
• Non-Intrusive STS-192/STM-64 Frame and TOH Monitor.
• Provisionable pointer processor bypass available for STS-192
to STS-192 operation (through-timing). Both a full bypass (no
frame regeneration) as well as a pointer processor bypass
(frame generation enabled) are provided.
• STS-192/STM-64 or 4 x STS-48/STM-16 framer(s).
• TOH can be either terminated/regenerated, or transparently
passed-through the device on a per function basis.
• Configurable TOH Generators for STS-192/STM-64 or STS-48/
STM-16 outputs.
• Selector for choosing high or low-speed interfaces, Deskew
Buffers, or APS inputs.
DX_LSCLK_OUT[1:4]
MX_REFCLK_IN
SYS_REFCLK_OUT[1:4]
MX_TOH_HSDATA_IN[3:0]
MX_TOH_HSFRM_OUT
MX_TOH_HSCLK_OUT
MX_TOH_HSEN
MXPROTDATA_IN_[1:4][3:0]
MX_PROT_CLK_IN
MX_PROT_REFCLK_IN
RSTB
INTB
D[15:0]
ADDR[13:0]
CSN
WRB(RWB)
RDYB(DTACKB)
BUSMODE
APS_INTB
UPCLK
TOH
INSERT
MICROPROCESSOR I/F
M
U
X
PNTR
PROC./
DSKEW
Mux
Direction
TOH_Remap
M
U
X
PNTR
PROC
POH
MON
MUX
16
TOH
INSERT
MX_HSCLK_OUT
MX_HSDATA_OUT[15:0]
FRGN192
TOH
INSERT
POH
MON
DMUX
RX FRMRS
16
TOH_Remap
X
DX_LSDATA_OUT[1:16]
or
DX_LSDATA_OUT[1:4][3:0]
TX FRAMGEN
Low Speed
Interface
MUX
TOH
DROP
X
MX_LSDATA_IN[1:16]
or
MX_LSDATA_IN[1:4][3:0]
4xFR48 / 1xFR192
MX_LSCLK_IN[1:4]
4xFR48 / FR192
MX_ALM[1:4]
MX_LOSEXT[1:4]
MX_TOH_LSDATA_OUT[1:4]
MX_TOH_LSSYNC_OUT[1:4]
MX_TOH_LSCLK_OUT[1:4]
MXPROTDATA_OUT_[1:4][3:0]
MX_PROT_CLK_OUT
Figure 1: Block Diagram
FRAM192
Demux
Direction
TOH DROP
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DX_ALARM_OUT
DX_LOSEXT
DX_TOH_HSDATA_OUT[3:0]
DX_TOH_HSFRM_OUT
DX_TOH_HSCLK_OUT
GPIO[15:0]
TDO
TCK
TMS
TDI
TRSTB
TS_EN
TEST_CLK
TEST_EN
DX_PROT_REFCLK_IN
DX_PROT_CLK_IN
DX_PROT_DATA_IN_[1:4][3:0]
DX_PROT_CLK_OUT[1:4]
DX_PROT_DATA_OUT_[1:4][3:0]
DX_REFCLK_IN
DX_FRMSYNC_IN
DX_TOH_LSDATA_IN[1:4]
DX_TOH_LSEN_IN[1:4]
DX_TOH_LSFRM_OUT[1:4]
DX_TOH_LSCLK_OUT[1:4]
FINAL / PRODUCTION RELASE Information - The information contained in this
document is about a product in its fully tested and characterized stage. All features described herein are dsupported. Contact AMCC for updates to this document and the latest product status.
High Speed
Interface
DX_HSCLK_IN
DX_HSDATA_IN[15:0]
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Product Brief
SONET/SDH STS-192/STM-64 MUX/DEMUX with Pointer Processor
Overview and Applications
descrambling and TOH monitoring are performed off-line, in a
non-intrusive manner for monitoring purposes only. No pointer
processing, cross connection or frame generation is performed.
SONET Processing
The S19204 can be used in either SONET or SDH applications.
On the low-speed side, it can interface to 4 STS-48/STM-16 or 1
STS-192/STM-64 signal in each direction. On the high-speed
side, it can interface to 1 STS-192/STM-64 signal in each direction.
In the demultiplex direction, the S19204 accepts a 622 MHz 16-bit
STS-192/STM-64 signal. There are several modes of operation
that the S19204 supports in the demultiplex direction.
The S19204 provides a full bypass mode, as well as a pointer processor bypass mode. In the full bypass mode, the S19204 simply
passes the incoming STS-192/STM-64 signal directly through to
the Demux output. Framing, descrambling and TOH monitoring
are performed off-line, in a non-intrusive manner for monitoring
purposes only. No pointer processing, cross connection or frame
generation is performed.
In pointer processor bypass operation, the S19204 locates the
incoming STS-192/STM-64 frame, optionally descrambles the
data, and non-intrusively monitors the TOH. The STS-192/STM64 signal is then passed directly to the frame generation block, in
which outgoing TOH overhead bytes can be provisionally regenerated, on a per function basis. Again, no pointer processing is
performed, and the cross-connect block is bypassed.
For applications requiring pointer processing, the S19204 locates
frame in the incoming STS-192/STM-64 signal, performs
descrambling, monitors the TOH bytes, and then performs pointer
processing. The pointer processor provides a mode in which the
incoming TOH bytes transparently pass through the pointer processor to the corresponding locations in the TOH of the outgoing
tributaries. The TOH bytes involved in this transparent passthrough mode include the defined overhead bytes for the constituent STS-48/STM-16 or STS-192/STM-64 signals. A 4xSTS-48/
STM-16 mux, with inputs from the MX and DX LINE and APS
inputs, and a 192x192 cross-connect block is available after the
pointer processor. This MUX/cross-connect block can be used to
select STS-1 from any of the demuxed tributaries, tributaries from
the low-speed mux inputs, or tributaries from the DX and MX APS
interfaces to place into any one of the outgoing STS-1 time slots
in any of the outgoing signals in the demux direction. Whether the
signal contains an STS-192c/AU-4-64c payload or a STS-192/
AU-4-64 payload, the S19204 can demultiplex the signal to 4
STS-48/STM-16 tributaries. The selected tributaries then proceed
in the demux direction to frame generators that provisionally generate the TOH/SOH bytes, perform scrambling, and output the
data. Alternatively, the overhead data can be transparently
passed through the from the demux input to the demux output(s).
In the multiplex direction, the S19204 accepts a single 16-bit wide
622 MHz STS-192/STM-64 signal or 4 STS-48/STM-16 signals.
There are several modes of operation that the S19204 supports in
the multiplex direction.
For STS-192 only operation, the S19204 provides a full bypass
mode, as well as a pointer processor bypass mode. In the full
bypass mode, the S19204 simply passes the incoming STS-192/
STM-64 signal directly through to the mux output. Framing,
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In pointer processor bypass operation, the S19204 locates the
incoming STS-192/STM-64 frame, optionally descrambles the
data, and non-intrusively monitors the TOH. The STS-192/STM64 signal is then passed directly to the frame generation block, in
which outgoing TOH overhead bytes can be provisionally regenerated, on a per function basis. Again, no pointer processing is
performed, and the cross-connect block is bypassed.
The S19204 also supports an Inverse Multiplexing mode, where
four incoming STS-48/STM-16 signals that are frequency locked
and framed aligned to each other, within 500 nsecs, can be interleaved to create an STS-192/STM-64 signal, and if required,
pointer processed.
For applications requiring pointer processing, the S19204 locates
the incoming STS-192/STM-64 or STS-48/STM-16, frames (from
either the incoming mux tributaries, or via the Deskew Buffers),
descrambles the data, non-intrusively monitors the TOH/SOH
bytes and then performs pointer processing for all valid combinations of STS-192C/AU-4-64c, STS-48c/AU-4-16c, STS-12c/AU-44c, STS-3c/AU-4-4c or STS-1/AU-3 signals. The pointer processor also provides a mode in which the incoming TOH bytes transparently pass through the pointer processor to the corresponding
locations in the TOH of the outgoing tributaries. The TOH bytes
involved in this transparent pass-through mode include the
defined overhead bytes for the constituent STS-48/STM-16 or
STS-192/STM-64 signals. A 4xSTS-48/STM-16 mux, with inputs
from the MX and DX LINE and APS inputs, and a 192x192 crossconnect block is available after the pointer processor. This MUX/
cross-connect block can be used to select STS-1 from any of the
incoming mux tributaries, tributaries from the high-speed Pointer
Processor outputs, or tributaries from the DX and MX APS interfaces to place into any one of the outgoing STS-1 time slots in the
outgoing STS-192/STM-64 signal in the mux direction. After the
MUX/Cross-Connect block, the STS-192/STM-16 muxed signal
then proceeds to a frame generator that provisionally generates
the TOH/SOH bytes, performs scrambling, and outputs the data.
Alternatively, the overhead data can be transparently passed
through from the mux inputs to output.
Low-Speed Interfaces
On the low-speed side, in both the mux and demux directions, the
S19204 supports either a 16-bit wide, 622 Mb/s STS-192/STM-64
signal, or four 4-bit wide, 622 Mb/s STS-48/STM-16 signals. The
S19204 is designed to bolt directly to AMCC SERDES and Clock
Recovery Unit devices. (See figure below.)
High-Speed Interface
On the high-speed side, in both the mux and demux directions,
the S19204 supports a 16-bit wide, 622 Mb/s STS-192/STM-64
signal.
Controller Interface
A high-speed, synchronous, microprocessor interface is provided
for configuration and monitoring. S19204 provides numerous,
automatic, monitoring functions. It can be configured to provide an
interrupt to the control system, or it can be operated in a polled
mode.
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Part Number S19204CBI12, Revision 1.21, June 2003
SONET/SDH STS-192/STM-64 MUX/DEMUX with Pointer Processor
Applications
•
WDM and DWDM
•
SONET/SDH Add Drop Multiplexers, Terminal
Multiplexers and Digital Cross Connects
•
ATM switches and Packet over SONET Routers
Figure 2: Typical Applications
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: S19204 in a STS-192/AU-4-64 channelized System
Microprocessor
Control
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Control Addr
16
Data
Reference
Clock
MX_LSDATA_IN_[1]_[3:0]
DX_LSDATA_OUT_[1]_[3:0]
SONET
Line Side
Interface
OC-192
Line Interface
MX_HSCLK_OUT
P/S
MX_REFCLK_IN
SONET XMIT
MX_HSDATA_OUT[15:0]
&
SerRxD±
S/P
DX_LOSEXT
SONET RCVR DX_HSCLK_IN
with
Clk Recovery DX_HSDATA_IN[15:0]
MX_LSDATA_IN_[2]_[3:0]
SerTxD±
FO
XCVR
S19204
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DX_LSDATA_OUT_[2]_[3:0]
MX_LSDATA_IN_[3]_[3:0]
DX_LSDATA_OUT_[3]_[3:0]
MX_LSDATA_IN_[4]_[3:0]
DX_LSDATA_OUT_[4]_[3:0]
AMCC S19235
SerRxD±
S3485 SerTxD±
XCVR
FO
XCVR
SONET
OC-48
SerRxD±
S3485
XCVR SerTxD±
FO
XCVR
SONET
OC-48
SerRxD±
S3485
XCVR SerTxD±
FO
XCVR
SONET
OC-48
SerRxD±
S3485
XCVR SerTxD±
FO
XCVR
SONET
OC-48
TOH Insertion
and Extraction
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