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  1. 1. symmetry MX access network About SR Telecom & Co. Putting WiMAX to work for enterprise, SR Telecom & Co. is a leader in innovative broadband wireless access residential, and mobile customers (BWA) solutions for voice, Internet and enterprise services. Our team symmetryMXTM offers operators a suite of optimized solutions for mobile, nomadic, and fixed networks. The symmetryMX has over 25 years of experience in designing, developing and deploying family is based on SR Telecom’s massively scalable CBS5000 base station, running symmetryMXe software for mobile and wireless access networks for top-tier organizations around the world. nomadic applications and symmetryMXd software for fixed applications. All of our solutions leverage SR Telecom’s industry benchmark NMS to provide cost-effective WiMAX services that maximize subscribers’ Quality of Experience and drive operator profits. SR Telecom & Co. focuses on delivering premium broadband technology and business-driven services that exceed operators’ expectations and drive their business forward. SR Telecom is the only BWA vendor with a decade of experience deploying advanced WiMAX technologies in end-to-end solutions. Operators rely on us for rock-solid network stability. With networks of The CBS5000 is compact, consumes little power and occupies a small foot- 200,000 subscribers built on our technology, real-world experience drives our print, making it extremely easy and cost- product innovation. Our solutions and support strategies are key enablers for CBS5000 Base Station effective to deploy in existing infrastruc- large-scale WiMAX rollouts. tures, such as buildings and shelters. Superior performance and features in a compact form factor • upports both the mobile WiMAX S 802.16e standard and the fixed/ The CBS5000 is the building built around a carrier-grade giga- nomadic 802.16d standard, allowing block of a network of broadband bit router and an array of powerful operators to deliver mobile, nomadic, WiMAX cells, providing subscrib- digital signal processors. A single and fixed broadband services using For further information, please contact: ers with multi-megabit data rates CBS5000 indoor unit can support a single hardware platform. for Internet, video and VoIP ap- up to three separate WiMAX ra- • oftware upgradeable, so that a S plications. Offering proven radio dio sectors, with 2-channel diver- migration from 802.16d to 802.16e diversity technology, an innovative sity on each sector (STC / MIMO or later revisions can easily be form factor, and complete support Matrix A), and a roadmap to AAS. implemented with minimum for mobile (802.16e-2005) and Thanks to its massive packet pro- network impact. fixed (802.16d-2004) WiMAX, cessing capacity and ability to sup- • roven STC diversity technology; P the CBS5000 allows operators port an unlimited number of service provides support for MIMO 2X2 to cost-effectively roll out mobile, flows – each with its own queue and 4X4 technologies. residential and enterprise services. and QoS parameters – a single • ptical network and radio interfaces O CBS5000 can ensure qual- for easy deployment of remote base The CBS5000 is an advanced ity of experience for thousands stations and remote radio sectors WiMAX base station platform of subscribers. using metropolitan optical networks as backhaul. SR TELECOM & CO., SR TELECOM, SYMMETRY, SYMMETRYMX, SYMMETRYMXD, and SYMMETRYMXE are trademarks of SR TELECOM & CO. All rights reserved 2008. All other trademarks are property of their owners. Information subject to change without notice. June 2008.
  2. 2. CBS5000 Platform symmetry MXd symmetryMXd is the ideal solu- ation capabilities, symmetryMXd tion for operators deploying fixed delivers the dependable Internet networks in the 2.5 GHz, 3.5 and voice services residential and Internet GHz, or 10.5 GHz bands, particu- enterprise users demand, and of- larly if FDD operation is a must. fers benchmark performance as VoIP RBDN OBSAI Link 5 km symmetryMXd is an agile plat- a video surveillance platform for ASN-GW 1000Base SX/LX Strategic Fiber Location Remote form for residential, small office, governments, municipalities, and Radio Sector enterprise, and multi-dwelling security agencies. IP VPN applications that delivers the ser- vice quality and reliability that With a range of channel band- builds customer satisfaction. widths available from 1.75 MHz to 7.0 MHz, symmetryMXd permits symmetryMXd enables operators operators to deploy high-capacity to provide a wide range of profit- broadband networks in as little as able voice and broadband data 7 +7 MHz of spectrum. Opera- services—like VoIP, high-speed tors that have access to 10.5 GHz Internet, IP VPN, videoconferenc- spectrum can use symmetryMXd ing, streaming audio and video, to serve enterprises and multi- and gaming—or to backhaul WiFi dwelling units at price points that Hot-zones. Thanks to its unique that will radically change their Quality of Service and service cre- business cases. Optical network Cost-effective interfaces • Compact base station that can Electrical, mechanical, With optical core network interfaces be deployed in small footprint. Highlights • Configurable TDD uplink/downlink Airlink profiles environmental features partition to optimize system (1000 Base SX/LX), the CBS5000 • Up to three sectors per base • The only platform that is WiMAX • 2.5 GHz, TDD Mechanical (W x H x D) base station can connect directly to station, with two transceivers performance for uplink-intensive Forum certified for FDD and TDD • 3.5 GHz, TDD Indoor: 440 x 44.5 x 323.85 mm high speed optical transport networks, per sector to support STC operation. applications like video surveillance • 3.5 GHZ FDD (17.3” x 1.75” x 12.75”) simplifying deployment of remote base and 2x2 MIMO. and industrial monitoring (SCADA). • Proven interoperability with a range • 10.5 GHz FDD Outdoor: 280 x 510 x 110 mm stations. (11” x 20” x 4.5”) • Delivers RF power at the antenna of 3rd party CPEs allows operators • Patent-pending QoS system • Multiple channel bandwidths: The CBS5000 indoor unit connects for a high link-budget at a fraction of to access a deep and mature eco- increases subscriber capacity, 1.75 MHz, 3.5 MHz, Operating temperature the power consumption and cost of enables innovative services like 5.0 MHz, 7.0 MHz to the transceivers over standard system of cost-effective suppliers. Indoor digital shelf: -5 to +45° C (23 to 113° F) larger, ground-based stations. Open Base Station Architecture Initia- Video Surveillance, and ensures symmetryMXd seamlessly integrates Outdoor WBRU: -45 to +60° C (-49 to +140° F) • Reliable, differentiated Internet tive (OBSAI) interfaces, with a range • Two backhaul options: 10/100/1000 access services with patent- customer satisfaction. key advanced WiMAX technologies— Humidity up to 5 Km. This extended range optical fiber or 100/1000BASE-T. pending Quality of Service features. • A unique WiMAX service creation including sub-channelization, antenna 5% to 95 % non-condensing facilitates deployment of remote ra- • Embedded GPS • Primary line voice services using environment permits operators diversity, adaptive modulation, power Weight dio sectors, while the OBSAI standard synchronization eliminates Dynamic SIP Service Control to create new services and control, space time coding, ARQ, and Indoor digital shelf: 3 sectors = 3 kg (6 lbs) interface allows operators to benefit need for separate GPS receiver. that is compatible with any CPE applications quickly and easily. bandwidth optimization—to optimize Outdoor WBRU: 7 kg (15 lbs) from the evolution of industry-standard radio modules. or VoIP gateway. spectrum usage, and improve NLOS Power supply • High-reliability, rugged and • Flexible, VLAN translation weatherproof design of ODU. coverage and in-building penetration. -48 Vdc nominal (-40 to -60 Vdc) • Enhanced symmetryMX air inter- supports enterprise services, Mission-critical applications face offers better Non-Line of Sight simplifies integration with operator Security Power consumption Indoor digital shelf: 3 sectors = 75W Typical with 1+1 redundancy (NLOS) performance, superior networks, and enables the DES Encryption with secure Outdoor TDD: The CBS5000 can optionally be in-building coverage, and higher “carrier’s carrier” business model. subscriber station authentication. 40W/sector typical; (2.5GHz, 3.5GHz) equipped with full IDU redundancy to capacity, using proven 52W/sector typical; (10.5GHz) ensure high system availability and STC technology. end-user satisfaction.
  3. 3. symmetry MXe With symmetryMXe, operators will tap • Delivers a full range of services: VoIP, Mobility Nomadicity Fixed Services into the explosive demand for ubiquitous high-speed Internet, IP VPN, videocon- mobile and nomadic broadband IP servic- ferencing, streaming audio, video, and To enable mobility, the symmetryMXe Nomadic users can access broadband Operators planning to deploy WiMAX es. symmetryMXe offers operators the gaming. base station implements a series of WiMAX services whenever they power 802.16e for fixed services face a choice of a full mobile solution using ASN functions including Mobile IP sessions, up their terminal in the WiMAX coverage challenge. Mobile WiMAX relies on Profile A with a standards-compliant R6 • Optional layer 2 convergence sublayer as well as handover functions. The base area. mobile IP sessions and is not transpar- interface to ASN Gateways, and a stand- to support Ethernet bridge operation and station is capable of doing intra-and symmetryMXe offers a unique self- ent to many of the protocols, such as alone nomadic ASN Profile B solution that VLAN applications. inter-BS handoff and relies on the inter- contained core network solution for no- PPPoE and VPN, used in fixed networks. simplifies deployment and reduces both action with an Access Service Network madic deployments. The symmetryMXe Moreover, the requirements of a mobile the up-front investment and operational • Optional 64QAM uplink support im- to handle both Mobile IP sessions and nomadic profile B solution integrates airlink impose a heavy loss of capacity in expense of a WiMAX 802.16e network. proves capacity and user experience for handovers. ASN-GW functions and CSN functions fixed networks. For fixed applications, fixed/nomadic applications. into the base station and network man- symmetryMXe implements features The CBS5000 supports WiMAX Forum • Advanced symmetryMXe air interface that are optional in the mobile WiMAX Network Working Group Profile A, which agement system to create a stand-alone offers better Non-Line of Sight (NLOS), • Nomadic Profile B can be easily inte- 802.16e standard, as well as specific is suitable for large cellular deployments. solution that eliminates the expensive superior in-building coverage, and larger grated with operators’ existing OSS and enhancements for fixed networks. Thanks to its standards compliant R6 gateways and servers that are normally capacity, using proven STC technology. BSS, without upgrading systems to sup- interface, the CBS5000 ensures that required to roll out a WiMAX 802.16e Layer 2 convergence sublayer: port Mobile IP and WiMAX-specific ex- operators can choose from a range of network. Moreover, our Profile B solu- tentions of the Radius protocol. The Layer 2 CS ensures transparency ASN-GW suppliers. tion integrates seamlessly into opera- tors’ existing infrastructure, whether it to tunneling protocols such as PPPoE consists of a mobile core network, an and offers VLAN support, which is ADSL-based ISP architecture, or a Tel- necessary for deployments where multi- co voice network. The result is that ser- ple ISPs share a common infrastructure. vice providers can deploy a future-proof WiMAX 802.16e network that preserves 64QAM uplink modulation: Product Highlights WiMAX ASN • Integrated or external SymmetryMXe their operating model rather than forcing WiMAX AAA function allows Optional in the WiMAX forum 802.16e Services Profile Compliance Deployment Models a major network upgrade. operators to keep their existing profiles, 64QAM uplink modulation per- Economical deployment of IP ASN Profile A fixed-line AAA mits more spectrum efficient, higher-rate Layer 3 operation (IP routing) Highlights applications, including: VoIP, ASN Profile A architecture for mobile IP uplink services, such as those required • OSS/BSS Interface for service Layer 3 operation is based on IP multimedia conferencing, instant services, including: dynamic QoS, with • Profile B solution allows operators to by business subscribers and backhaul (either IPv4 or IPv6) links between the MS/SS instantiation, update, deletion build a base of nomadic subscribers applications. messaging, Web browsing, media Policy Server function interface. and external data networks which is the default and bulk provisioning. without the cost, complexity, and reg- content download and eMail, WiMAX Forum NWG architecture model. • Supports ASN-BS functions and ulatory hurdles involved in deploying a interactive gaming, streaming • On-the-fly Service Creation. Layer 2 operation standard R6 interface (ASN-GW, full mobile network. media, managed VPN and FTP. • L2 or L3 operation ensures Layer 2 operation is based on ASN-BS). Supports Metro Area Network transparency to tunnelling Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) bridged • Low-cost solution for smaller-scale • Roaming from home and visited links between the MS/SS and external networks that allows operators to VLAN Services. Provides a protocols -- PPPoE and networks using GRE tunnels to sup- data networks. scale their WiMAX investment to low-cost QoS-enabled backhaul. VPN support port Mobile IP, and inter-BS and initial subscriber densities and AAA Delivers IMS, multicast and broadcast inter-Gateway handoff for low total- Common Characteristics revenue streams. Support of the WiMAX NWG services. handover latency. • Simultaneous support of mobile and specification for AAA interface with • The solution is also ideal for Enterprise • Security: including mobile SS and nomadic subscriber stations within the support for both L2 (e.g. PPPoE) and Industrial deployments. Airlink profiles end-user authentication same cell . and L3 (IPoE) services. 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz, TDD • Advanced Service profiles duplexing with dynamic uplink ASN Profile B and Service creation tools. and downlink ratio control. Extended ASN Profile B architecture for Nomadic and Fixed IP services, includ- • Radio resource management 5 and 10 MHz channels. including service flow authorization ing: built-in policy database, policy Smart antenna systems: STC and decision, and enforcement point. and airlink admission control with 2X2 MIMO that optimize spectrum two possible models (ASN-GW usage, improve link budget, • Self-contained, ready to deploy, RRM or BS RRM) to support mitigate interference and improve WiMAX ASN and CSN in a box. various ASN-GW profiles in-building penetration. • Interoperability with standard 802.16e CPEs and handover models.
  4. 4. symmetry MXd CBS5000 WiMAX Base Station Technical specifications symmetry MXe CBS5000 WiMAX Base Station Technical specifications Code Point / TOS Services Layer 4: Port number and/or range Services MAC layer features Network Segmentation VLAN: IEEE 802.1Q; Q-in-Q Convergence Sub-layer Traffic priority marking ASN-BS functions QoS scheduler options • Advanced Fast Scheduling Algorithm and Network Prioritization [802.1ad]; 802.1D [802.1p] Traffic Conditioning Per flow, Multimedia queuing, ASN Profile A functions, ASN-Profile B functions, implements per flow queuing and complies services and interface: Services and Interface: Convergence Ethernet/802.3 and Traffic conformance metering fully with all IEEE 802.16 QoS options. • Data Path Function • Data Path Function Sub-layer Service IP over Ethernet Token Bucket Traffic shaping, • Handover function • Nomadic Functions Airlink optimization and radio • ARQ and HARQ Packet Switching Low-latency Layer-2 switching and policy Congestion control (WRED) • Context Function • Context Function • Radio Resources Agent • Radio Resources Control resources management • Radio Resource Agent switching that enables easy inter-working Latency and jitter control • Authentication relay and Management Management and control with Routers, Gateways, Firewall/NAT, IP Filters Source and Destination Mac filters; • Key receiver • Authentication (EAP based) with • Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation PBX, Media Gateway, Demilitarized Zone Broadcast, Multicast filters, Broadcast • Service. Flow management Radius support (DMZ) Host, Multicast Routers, Diffserv • Air Link Admission Control (Network Strom Filters, Access control list • Paging Agent in the BS • Key Management networks and MPLS switches. • R6 support • Service. Flow management admission control in the ASN-GW) defined through classifier rules. User Traffic Protocol IPv4, PPPoE, L2TP, IPSec, PPtP, MPLS • 802.16e-2005 MAC • Nomadic network support • Multicast group polling QoS Scheduler Options Advanced Scheduling Algorithm common part support • R3 support IP Configuration Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol • Policy database and control support Policy management • Service flow management with full WiMAX QoS support. (DHCP) support or static configuration OSS/BSS Provisioning Interface. • Multiple classes of service for each SS Airlink Optimization 802.16e-2005 MAC common Grade of Service (GoS) Configurable and predefined Automatic Retransmission Security options • AK Receiver part support GoS profiles reQuest (ARQ), Uplink power control • TEK and SA management SLA Protection: Admission Control Low-latency Layer-2 • GRE Tunnel for Mobile IP Payload Header Suppression, • Authentication relay/ EAP Proxy and Maximum Over Subscription Ratio switching and Layer-3 • PMIP and Client MIPS over R6 Dynamic Bandwidth Admission Control • Authentication based on protection routing with QoS class support: Maximum Over Subscription X.509 certificate Backhaul network port 100/1000Base-SX/LX [SFP] Ratio Control, Multicast group polling Backhaul network port 100/1000Base-SX/LX [SFP] 100/1000Base-T 100/1000Base-T Security Options Encryption: 3DES and AES (future) Physical layer WBRU interfaces Open Base Station WBRU interfaces Open Base Station Architecture Initiative (OBSAI), Secure Authentication (IDU-ODU Interconnect) • Delay compensated for long (IDU-ODU Interconnect) Architecture Initiative (OBSAI), Air interface 802.16e-2005 range support to 5 Km • Delay compensated for long range Physical layer Frequency range support to 5 Km Synchronization source GPS antenna port; 2.5 GHz TDD (2500 - 2695 MHz) Air Interface 802.16d-2004 Internal synchronization source: Stratum 3; Synchronization source GPS antenna port; 3.5 GHz TDD (3300 – 3800 MHz) Software upgradeable Accuracy +/- 4.7ppm; Capture range +/- Internal synchronization source: 4.7ppm; Stability 0.37ppm/24 hours Channel bandwidth Stratum 3; to specific 802.16e profiles Synchronization cascade Cascade Input: LVDS [RJ-45 Shielded] 2.5 GHz: Scalable 5.00, 10.00 MHz Accuracy +/- 4.7ppm; Capture range +/- Frequency Ranges 2.5 GHz TDD (2500 - 2695 MHz) interface Cascade Output: LVDS [RJ-45 Shielded] 3.5 GHz: 5.0, 10.0 MHz 4.7ppm; Stability 0.37ppm/24 hours 3.5 GHz TDD (3300 - 3800 MHz) ASN-GW interface R6 to ASN-GW (signaling and data plane) RF access scheme SOFDMA ( 512, 1024 point FFT) Synchronization Cascade Input: LVDS [RJ-45 Shielded] 3.5 GHz FDD (3300 - 3800 MHz) CID Update cascade interface Cascade Output: LVDS [RJ-45 Shielded] 10.5 GHz FDD (10.15 GHz - 10.65 GHz) R6 HO control trigger Adaptive modulation 64-QAM 5/6, 3/4, 2/3, 1/2 Network segmentation VLAN: IEEE 802.1Q; Q-in-Q R6 tunnel management 16-QAM 3/4, 1/2 Channel Bandwidths 2.5 GHz TDD – 3.5, 5.0, 7.0 MHz and prioritization [802.3ad]; 802.1D [802.1p] CSN Interface (B Profile) R3 to AAA (Integrated option or external QPSK 3/4, 1/2 3.5 GHz TDD - 3.5, 5.0, 7.0 MHz Typical Applications Fixed and nomadic applications; 3.5 GHz FDD - 1.75, 3.5, 7.0 MHz OSS/BSS Interface, Please contact SR Telecom for details) Frame size 5 ms (TDD) including: 10.5 GHz FDD – 3.5, 7.0 MHz IP (video surveillance, distributed Network segmentation VLAN: IEEE 802.1Q; Q-in-Q Maximum RF transmit power 31 dBm per transceiver gaming, VoIP and multimedia Adaptive Modulation 64 QAM (3/4, 2/3), 16 QAM (3/4, 1/2), and prioritization [802.3ad]; 802.1D [802.1p] QPSK (3/4, 1/2), and BPSK (1/2) Antenna type Omni, sectoral, or panel conferencing, streaming media, instant Typical Applications Mobile, nomadic and fixed applications; messaging, Web browsing, Frame Size 5ms, 10ms including: IP (Video surveillance, distributed Cyclic prefix 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 (Fixed application) media content gaming, VoIP and multimedia conferencing, Maximum RF 31 dBm (3.5GHz, 2.5GHz) Smart antenna system / MIMO, AAS, STC Alamouti coding download, managed VPN, FTP, streaming media, instant messaging, Transmit Power Web browsing, media content download, RF path diversity and E-mail, SCADA system) Metro Area Network VLAN services managed VPN, FTP, and E-mail, , SCADA system ) Antenna type (typical) Sectoral Channel coding Convolutional coding with tail biting Agile QoS-enabled Enterprise VPN, Metro Area Network VLAN services Agile QoS-enabled backhaul for Convolutional Turbo Coding Industrial applications and Cyclic Prefix 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, and 1/32 (configurable) Enterprise VPE, Industrial applications, ATPC (Automatic Tranceiver Closed loop power control with Backhaul solution. Diversity Polarization Diversity: Two-branch and backhaul solution. Tx/Rx, with MRC and STC Power Control) adaptive modulation IMS, multicast, and broadcast services MAC layer features Open Loop Power control Sub-channeling 2, 4, 8, and 16 channels User traffic protocol MIP GRE tunneling. (IPv4 initially, IPv6 future) Convergence Sub-layer Extensive Packet Classification IPv4, PPPoE, L2TP, IPSec, MPLS Sub-carrier allocation PUSC, FUSC, Fractional Frequency reuse. ATPC Uplink closed loop power control Packet Classification Layer 2: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.1Q, Grade of service (GoS) • Configurable and predefined GoS profiles (Automatic Power Control) with adaptive modulation Sectors Up to 3 sectors with diversity IEEE 802.1D (802.1p) SLA protection • Dynamic provision via R6 interface (future) Layer 3: IP, Differentiated Services Sectors Up to 3 sectors with diversity • Admission Control DL: UL ratio Configurable