Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/Summary ODUj Tributary Signal Mapping/Multiplexing into an ODU4 Server Signal

This blog post includes a video that summarizes all of our training on Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal.

Summary/Review – Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that summarizes all of our training on Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In particular, we briefly summarize the following topics within this video.

  • A quick review of Mapping/Multiplexing schemes that use GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure)
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 80 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal.
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 40 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 10 ODU2 or ODU2e Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 2 ODU3 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing some number of ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal
  • A Discussion on why we logically subdivide ODU1, ODU2, ODU2e, ODU3 and ODUflex tributary signals into time-slots (when mapping/multiplexing into a Higher-Speed ODUk Server Signal), but we don’t do that for ODU0 tributary signals.
  • A Review of the MSI (Multiplex Structure Identifier) within the ODU4 Server Signal for each of these Mapping/Multiplexing Schemes.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/10 ODU2 – Mapping/Multiplexing 10 ODU2/2e Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Signal

This blog post presents a video that describes how to map/multiplex as many as 10 ODU2 or ODU2e tributary signals into an ODU4 server signal, using the PT = 0x21 scheme.

Mapping/Multiplexing 10 ODU2/2e Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that shows how we map and multiplex as many as 10 ODU2 or ODU2e Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In this video, we discuss the following:

  • Using the GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure) to map each ODU2 or ODU2e Tributary Signal into their respective ODTU4.8 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU4.8 signals together and to map them into an ODU4 payload.
  • Transporting these GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU2/2e tributary signals into an ODU4 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU2/2e tributary signals).
  • A review of the Multiplex Structure Identifier (MSI) within this type of ODU4 signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/ODUflex – Mapping/Multiplexing n ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal

This blog post presents a video that describes how to map/multiplex some number of ODUflex tributary signals into an ODU2 server signal.

Mapping/Multiplexing Some Number of ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that shows how we map and multiplex some number of ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In particular, we discuss the following topics in this video.

  1. Subdividing the ODUflex signal into n separate 1.25 Gbps time-slots
  2. Using the GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure) to map the ODUflex tributary signal into its respectively ODTU2.ts signal/frames.
  3. How to combine these ODTU2.ts signals together (along with other signals – ODTU2.ts signals with other values for ts) into an ODU2 payload.
  4. Transporting the GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODUflex tributary signals into an ODU2 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplexing and de-map out the ODUflex tributary signals).
  5. A Review of the Multiplex Structure Identifiers (MSI) within this type of ODU2 server signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/4 ODU1 – Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal

This blog post includes a video that shows how we can map/multiplex as many as 4 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Scheme.

Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that:

  • Shows how we map and multiplex as many as 4 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In this video, we discuss the following:

  • How Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU1 Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach is different from doing the same thing via the PT = 0x20 Approach.
  • Using the AMP (Asychronous Mapping Procedure) to map each ODU1 Tributary signal into their respective ODTU12 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU12 signals together and to map them into an ODU2 payload.
  • Transporting these AMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU1 tributary signals into an ODU2 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU1 tributary signals)
  • A review of the Multiplex Structure Identifier (MSI) wihtin this type of ODU2 signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/8 ODU0 – Mapping/Multiplexing 8 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal

This blog post presents a video that (1) Introduces the Viewer to the PT = 0x21 Approach to Mapping/Multiplexing Lower-Speed ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODUk Server Signal. This video also describes how we map/multiplex as many as 8 ODU0 Tributary Signals into ODU2 Server Signal.

Introduction to PT = 0x21 and Mapping/Multiplexing 8 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that:

  • Introduces the viewer to the PT = 0x21 Scheme for Mapping/Multiplexing Lower-Speed ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODUk Server Signal, and
  • Shows how we map and multiplex as many as 8 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In this video, we discuss the following:

  • Using the GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure) to map each ODU0 tributary signal into their respective ODTU2.1 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU2.1 signals together and to map them into an ODU2 payload.
  • Transporting these GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU0 tributary signals into an ODU2 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU0 tributary signals).
  • A review of the Multiplex Structure Identifier within this type of ODU2 signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/Summary ODUj Tributary Signal Mapping/Multiplexing into an ODU3 Server Signal

This blog post contains a video that summarizes our training on Mapping/Multiplex ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Scheme.

Summary/Review – Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that summarizes all of our training on Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In particular, we briefly summarize the following topics within this video.

  • A quick review of Mapping/Multiplexing schemes that use GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure)
  • A quick review of Mapping/Multiplexing schemes that use AMP (Asynchronous Mapping Procedure)
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 32 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 16 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 3 ODU2e Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing some number of ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal
  • A Discussion on why we logically subdivide ODU1, ODU2, ODU2e, and ODUflex tributary signals into time-slots (when mapping/multiplexing into a Higher-Speed ODUk Server Signal), but we don’t do that for ODU0 tributary signals.
  • A Review of the MSI (Multiplex Structure Identifier) within the ODU3 Server Signal for each of these Mapping/Multiplexing Schemes.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/4 ODU2 – Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal

This post describes how we map/multiplex as many as 4 ODU2 tributary signals into an ODU3 server signal using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that:

  • Shows how we map and multiplex as many as 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In particular, we discuss the following topics in this video.

  • Subdividing the ODU2 signal into eight (8) separate 1.25 Gbps time-slots.
  • Using the AMP (Asynchronous Mapping Procedure) to map the ODU2 tributary signal into their respectivey ODTU23 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU23 signals together and to map them into an ODU3 payload.
  • Transporting the AMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU2 tributary signals into an ODU3 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU2 tributary signals).
  • Multiplex Structure Identifiers within this type of ODU3 server signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x20/4 ODU2 – Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal

This blog post presents a video on how to map/multiplex as many as 4 ODU2 tributary signals into an ODU3 server signal, using the PT = 0x20 approach.

Mapping/Multiplexing 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal using the PT = 0x20 Scheme.

This blog post includes a video that shows how we map and multiplex as many as 4 ODU2 Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x20 Scheme.

In this video we discuss the following:

  • Sub-dividing an ODU2 tributary signal into its 2.5 Gbps time-slots.
  • Use the AMP (Asynchronous Mapping Procedure) to map each ODU2 tributary signals into an ODTU23 signal/frame.
  • How to combine these ODTU23 signals and map them into an ODU3 payload.
  • Transporting the AMP Justification Parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex the ODU2 tributary signals into the ODU3 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU2 tributary signals).
  • The Multiplex Structure Identifiers within this type of ODU3 signal.

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