Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/n ODUflex – Mapping/Multiplexing n ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Signal

This blog post includes a video that describes how to map/multiplex some number of ODUflex tributary signals into an ODU4 server signal, using the PT = 0x21 Scheme.

Mapping/Multiplexing Some Number of ODUflex Tributary Signals into an ODU4 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 ODU4 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

This video, we discuss the following:

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

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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 = 0x21/16 ODU1 – Mapping/Multiplexing 40 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal

This blog post presents a video that describes how to map/multiplex as many as 40 ODU1 tributary signals into an ODU4 server signal using the PT = 0x21 scheme.

Mapping/Multiplexing 40 ODU1 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 40 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

In the video, we discuss the following:

  • Using the GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure) to map each ODU1 Tributary Signal into their respective ODTU4.2 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU4.2 signals together and to map them into an ODU4 payload.
  • Transporting these GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU1 tributary signals into an ODU4 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) within this type of ODU4 Signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/32 ODU0 – Mapping/Multiplexing 80 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU4 Server Signal

This blog post presents a video that describes how to map/multiplex as many as 80 ODU0 tributary signals into an ODU4 server signal using the PT = 0x21 scheme.

Mapping/Multiplexing 80 ODU0 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 80 ODU0 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 ODU0 Tributary Signal into their respective ODTU4.1 signal/frames.
  • How to combine these ODTU4.1 signals together and to map them into an ODU4 payload.
  • Transporting these GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU0 tributary signals into an ODU4 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 ODU4 signal.

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Lesson 5/PT = 0x21/Summary ODUj Tributary Signal Mapping/Multiplexing into an ODU2 Server Signal

This blog post includes a video that Summarizes our Training on Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal.

Summary/Review – Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal (PT = 0x21)

This blog post includes a video that summarizes all of our training on Mapping/Multiplexing ODUj Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Apporach.

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 8 ODU0 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing as many as 4 ODU1 Tributary Signals into an ODU2 Server Signal
  • Mapping and Multiplexing some number of ODUflex Tributary Signals itno an ODU2 Server Signal
  • A Discussion on why we logically subdivide ODU1 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 ODU2 Server Signal for each of these Mapping/Multiplexing Schemes.

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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 = 0x21/3 ODU2e – Mapping/Multiplexing 3 ODU2e Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal

This post describes how we map/multiplexing as many as 3 ODU2e tributary signals into an ODU3 server signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

Mapping/Multiplexing 3 ODU2e 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 3 ODU2e Tributary Signals into an ODU3 Server Signal, using the PT = 0x21 Approach.

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

  1. Subdividing the ODU2e signal into nine (9) separate 1.25 Gbps time-slots.
  2. Using the GMP (Generic Mapping Procedure) to map the ODU2e tributary signal into their respectively ODTU3.9 signal/frames.
  3. How to combine these ODTU3.9 signals together (along with other signals, such as ODTU3.1 and ODTU13 signals) into an ODU3 payload.
  4. Transporting the GMP Justification parameters from the Source PTE (where we map/multiplex these ODU2e tributary signals into an ODU3 server signal) to the Sink PTE (where we de-multiplex and de-map out the ODU2e tributary signals).
  5. Multiplex Structure Identifiers within this type of ODU3 server signal.

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