Cell Site:  Copper to Fiber Conversion
 
 

Cell Site Conversion from Copper to Fiber does not have to be time consuming or expensive.  Pulsecom Fiber to the Cell Site Solutions  provide  easy access to broadband services - without spending your time and budget on big systems and big cabinets.  When it comes to most cell site upgrades, large systems really are "too much of a good thing". 

How much time can be saved?  To quote one field installer:

"I drove up to the job site, looked at my watch, got out of my truck, went inside to bolt the mounting to a rack, hooked up power, plugged in the coax and fiber, watched the lights turn green, got back in my truck and looked at my watch. It was 15 minutes later."

Pulsecom's self-contained module design keeps costs low without sacrificing future growth or features.  Small size, powering flexibility and simple service migration make the Pulsecom products ideal to upgrade the wide array of existing cell site installations to fiber.

There are two basic cell site upgrade scenarios:



Typical post-upgrade application




Scenario 1:  Fiber termination in the Wireless Provider's suite/hut

The Pulsecom Advantage:

SPEED - Pulsecom gives you the means for quickly getting in and out of the Wireless provider's suite.  Self-contained modules mean no systems to install and no common cards to turn-up. Pulsecom's patent pending "Optionless SONET" eliminates the need for OC3 provisioning.  Genuine OC3 SONET means existing test sets work just fine, and there are lots of fiber transport technologies (single fiber, WDM, CWDM etc.)

SIZE - Miniature (NCTE) modules can be mounted virtually anywhere with a variety of options:  wall mounts, rack mounts, locking CPE enclosures, or even outdoor cabinets.

COST - Pay-as-you-go - The individual module design lets you pay for only the service you need, when and where you need it.  There are no common cards, power supply cards, controller cards or software to buy, so First Costs are extremely low.  When your customer is ready for additional services, simply add or replace a module for DS1, DS3 or 10/100/1000BT Ethernet services.  Pulsecom modules incorporate standard SONET mapping, so the optical signals can be integrated directly into an existing SONET mux located in a remote cabinet or Central Office, further minimizing costs. 


Modules: 

Each Pulsecom Access Module  is self-contained and functionally optimized for service. There are no systems or common cards or software to stock, install and turn-up.  Everything is accomplished in one module.  As your needs grow, simply replace or add modules.  Pulsecom's patent pending "Optionless SONET" eliminates the need for OC3/OC48 provisioning making turn-up fast and easy.  Since this is true SONET, the network side of the fiber link can be integrated directly into a SONET mux.  The Pulsecom modules incorporate modular optics, so 1310nm wavelengths, single fiber transceivers, or CWDM transceivers can be selected on a site-by-site basis or easily changed to improve facility utilization. 

For DS1 Services:  O3-4D1A and O3-12D1

The O3-4D1A and O3-12D1 modules provide 4 DS1s and 12 DS1s over a standard, SONET compliant OC3 fiber pair.  These modules can be powered by +/-24VDC, typical at cell sites, or standard -48VDC.  Span powering or AC powering are additional options. 

For DS3 Services:  O3D3-MO and O3-3D3

Similar to the O3-xxD1 modules, the O3D3-MO and O3-3D3 are stand alone modules that provide a single DS3 (O3D3-MO) or three DS3s (O3-3D3).  Options include redundant DS3 interfaces and/or redundant OC3 interfaces.


For Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet Services:  OE and G2HC 

The OE provides a single 10/100BT interface over a standard, SONET compliant OC3 fiber pair.  The G2HC provides two gigabit Ethernet ports over a standard, SONET compliant OC48 link.

Mountings:

Pulsecom Access Modules are standard Type 200/400 mechanics (NCTE).  No other system offers as many mounting configurations.  See 3O3D3-CPL2C datasheet for more information on one of Pulsecom's most popular locking, CPE enclosure.




Scenario 2:  Fiber termination in an existing cabinet

The Pulsecom Advantage:

SIZE -  Cabinet space is tight.  Pulsecom's self-contained modules minimize the amount of space required in a cabinet because there are no systems or common cards required.

COST - Pay-as-you-go - Whether you use a retrofit kit or add a Pulsecom module to an existing cabinet, the individual module design lets you pay for the service you need, when and where you need it.  When your customer is ready for additional services, simply add or replace the module for DS1, DS3 or 10/100/1000BT Ethernet services. Pulsecom modules incorporate standard SONET mapping.  Therefore the optical signals can be integrated directly into an existing SONET mux located in a remote cabinet or Central Office further minimizing costs.

RETROFIT KITS -   Small cabinets have been used extensively to deliver DS1s to cell sites via HDSL.   Pulsecom's Snap-in-Broadband upgrade kit permits a flash cut to fiber transport and service delivery of DS1, DS3 and 10/100/1000BT in the most popular small size cabinets.  See CSSI Datasheet for more details.


Modules: 

Each Pulsecom Access Module is self-contained and functionally optimized for service. There are no systems or common cards or software to stock, install and turn-up.  Everything is accomplished in one module.  As your needs grow, simply replace or add modules.  Pulsecom's patent pending "Optionless SONET" eliminates the need for OC3/OC48 provisioning making turn-up fast and easy.  Since this is true SONET, the network side of the fiber link can be integrated directly into a SONET mux.  The Pulsecom modules incorporate modular optics, so 1310nm wavelengths, single fiber transceivers, or CWDM transceivers can be selected on a site-by-site basis or easily changed to improve facility utilization. 

For DS1 Services:  O3-4D1A and O3-12D1

The O3-4D1A and O3-12D1 modules provide 4 DS1s and 12 DS1s over a standard, SONET compliant OC3 fiber pair.  These modules can be powered by +/-24VDC, typical at cell sites, or standard -48VDC.  Span powering or AC powering are additional options. 

For DS3 Services:  O3D3-MO and O3-3D3

Similar to the O3-xxD1 modules, the O3D3-MO and O3-3D3 are stand alone modules that provide a single DS3 (O3D3-MO) or three DS3s (O3-3D3).  Options include redundant DS3 interfaces and/or redundant OC3 interfaces.


For Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet Services:  OE and G2HC 

The OE provides a single 10/100BT interface over a standard, SONET compliant OC3 fiber pair.  The G2HC provides two gigabit Ethernet ports over a standard, SONET compliant OC48 fiber pair.


Mountings:

Pulsecom Access Modules are standard Type 200/400 mechanics (NCTE).  No other system offers as many mounting configurations.  If a new small-sized cabinet or a retrofit kit for an existing cabinet is needed, Pulsecom can provide that too, along with span powering or battery back-up options.



 

 

 
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