Hierarchical Network of Multan Reigon by xiaohuicaicai

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									       Hierarchical Network of Multan
INTRODUCTION:-

We will study Hierarchical network of Multan on the basis of three Tier
model. In three tier model we will design the network by dividing the
network into three layers.

    CORE LAYER
  (Backbone PTCL Multan)

    DISTRBUTION LAYER
  (ZONG & PTCL Exchange)

    ACCESS LAYER
  (Mobile User, Land Line & Rise College Network)

In Core layer we will study the Central Exchange Dera Adda Multan as a
backbone network .Which distribute its services on the various ISPs,
exchanges or different mobile companies of Multan.

In Distribution layer we will study the distribution end networks which are
taking the services from backbone network and provide it to the user end.
We will study Zong Mobile Company and PTCL Exchange Multan as a
distribution end network.

In Access layer we will see how users are facilitate their self by taking the
services from distribution end. In this layer we will take RISE College
Multan, landline users and mobile users.

CORE LAYER

Now we will come on the Core layer. First of all we have to know that what
Core layer is. And what services they provide.
The core layer is the network's high-speed switching backbone that is
important to company communications. The core provides wide area link
between remote sites and other companies that connect to form a WAN. It is
where the enterprise touches the world.
The core layer provide following services:
      Fast transport
      High reliability
      Redundancy
      Fault tolerance
      Low latency and good manageability
      Avoidance of slow packet manipulation caused by filters or other
       processes.
      Quality of services
   


       Backbone Network:

The network backbone exists in the Core Area. Here we will see Central
Exchange Dera Adda Multan as a backbone network.

We will divide this topic on the following points.

    Network Topology
    Transmission media
    Working
         Redundancy
         Scalability and Adaptability
         Management
        

Network Topology:

The topology which is used in backbone network is dual ring topology.

In dual ring topology dual lines are deployed, one is called active ring and
other is called passive ring. The line which is called active ring is currently
sending the data and the line which is called passive ring is used as
redundancy purpose All the central exchanges of Pakistan are interconnected
with the help of Ring topology. If there are any kind of problem occurs in
media of topology. The topology is shifted from Active ring to passive ring.
In the result transmission is never broke down.
Network Topology




Transmission media:

The media which is used in the backbone network is Fiber optic cables. This
is deployed under the earth in the form of ring, where several central
exchanges are interconnected.

An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made of very pure glass not
much bigger than a human hair that acts as a waveguide, or light pipe, to
transmit light between the two ends of the fiber. Optical fibers are widely
used in fiber-optic communications, which permits transmission over longer
distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than other forms of
communication.

DAT RATE: - Its data rate is about 1giga bit/sec.
Working:

Now we will see how system works in backbone network.

We will divide this portion into two parts:

    ODF (Optical distribution frame)
    System Racks

ODF (Optical distribution frame):

When optic fiber comes into central exchange, it first comes into ODF.

Optical distribution frame is a fiber optic management unit used to organize
the fiber optic cable connections. Optical distribution frame is usually used
indoor and the ODF could be very big size frame or small size similar like
the patch panel boxes.

ODF properly designed to control the bend radius of the cable inside the
enclosure to avoid extra optical loss. These optical distribution frames are
ideal for indoor fiber optic cable connections storage, distribution and
management.
SYSTEM RACKS:

After coming to ODF, optical fibers then come into system racks. Every
vendor has their own system racks.

System racks contain sub racks inside it. Modules are placed on that racks.

Fiber optic cables are attached to those modules with the help of S.C
connectors.

Module is a hardware component or a card placed in sub racks which are
dealing with transmission, signaling and other main functionalities.

Here fiber optic cables are multiplexed by multiplexer device which is also
attached in system sub rack. It controls the lines in on one single optic line
by multiplexing it. After controlling it, it will distribute the line by
demultiplexing it through demultiplexer which is also attached in the system
sub racks. In the result multiple optical line are send to different distributors
at distribution end.



Redundancy:

Modules are playing very important role in backbone network. If there any
problem occurs in it. Then back up modules are replaced by faulty ones by
detaching it through racks.

Scalability and Adaptability:

The devices which are used in backbone network are highly scalable and
adaptable. Sub racks are provided in system racks for installing a new
feature module in it.

Management:

Network management would allow for more rapid isolation and resolution.
It contains following protocols

    SNMP (simple network management protocol)
    RMON (remote monitoring)

 In central exchange NMS (network management software) are installed in
computers. NMS is basically software which is dealing with faults occurs in
backbone network. Every vendor has its own network management software.

If there any fault occurs in backbone network. NMS inform us where the
problem exists. Then operators deals with it easily with the help of NMS.

These softwares installed in a computer systems from where the operator
checking and managing the devices in backbone network.

Thus the backbone network distributes the multi fiber optics to different
distributive networks which is operating on distribution layer. Distributive
networks which we have to deal with are Zong mobile network Multan,
PTCL Exchange Multan.



DISTRBUTION LAYER

PTCL Exchange

The Exchange is the building where the local exchange switch resides. A
CO’s switch may serve telephone service subscriber in a very narrow
geographic area such as a single large building.

Conventionally, you can tell which central office user belong to which
exchange by looking at the first three digits of seven-digits telephone
number. In Ptcl Exchange Dera Ada, Switch resides that is used for call
switching to Destination.

(DP) Distribution Point

From user to Distribution Point Drop Wire is used. And low- medium
density copper cable (2-300 pairs) from DP to Distribution Frame. New
building can be built and Dp are used to provide them connection Instead to
direct connection to Exchange.
(DF) Distribution Frames

Distribution fames surround the CO. They are high density copper cable (50-
1500 pair ) Primary Cable. Usually all connection to a distribution frame are
copper. It allow the telephone company to use High Density Copper
Cabling.

(MDF) Main Distribution Frames

MDFs are distribution frames that have some smart switching in them.
Usually, this equipment has been placed to provide the facility of DSL for
access to use Internet. With the help of DSLAM Internet is enable in MDFs
for particular user.
Rise College Network
Topology




Rise Network is consist of more than 60 Pcs and 3 Server Machines. Ptcl
DSL is used to provide the facility of Internet and connected to 14 Port
Switch. 3 PCs , 1 Server and Tp Link is connected to this Switch,
furthermore 16 Port switch is connected to 14 port Switch. 24 Port
switch is connected with 16 Port Switch and both handle 38 PCs and 2
Server Machines. Tp Link provide Wireless facility to Campus. They
are using 3 backup for Electricity, 1 Generator, 2 Rent Generator and 3
UPS. Each and every device and computer is connected with UPS.
GSM System Architecture Overview
A GSM network is made up of three subsystems:

1. The Mobile Station (MS)
2. The Base Station Sub-system (BSS) – comprising a BSC and several
BTS’s
3. Network and Switching Sub-system (NSS) – comprising an MSC and
associated registers.

A GSM network is divided into cells. A group of cells is considering a
location area. A mobile phone in motion keeps the network informed about
changes in the location area. If the mobile moves from a cell in one location
area to a cell in another location area, the mobile phone should perform a
location area update to inform the network about the exact location of the
mobile phone.


   1. The GSM Mobile Station (MS)

   The Mobile Station is made up of two entities:

 A: Mobile Equipment (ME)

 B: Subscriber Identity Module (SIM)

Mobile Equipment

    Each mobile station has its own identification number, i.e., the
     International Mobile Equipment Identifier (IMEI). IMEI mainly
     consists of the type permission code and the related manufacturer
     product number.
      E.g. Dial *#06# to check IMEI number of any mobile phone.
    Voice and data transmission
    Monitoring power and signal quality of surrounding cells
    160 character long SMS
    The IMEI may be used to block certain types of equipment from
     accessing the network if they are unsuitable and also to check for
     stolen equipment.
Subscriber Identity Module (SIM)

Mobile stations are not fixed to one user. On any mobile station in the
system, we can identify the subscriber with the SIM card (Subscriber
Identity Module).

Main features of SIM card:

    Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Smart card has its own
     international mobile subscriber identifier (IMSI), which is stored in
     SIM card & in HLR.
    Location Area Identity (LAI)
    Allows user to send and receive calls and receive other subscribed
     services
    Encoded network identification details
    Mobile Station International Standard Data Network (MSISDN),
     (optional).
    Can be moved from phone to phone – contains key information to
     activate the phone.
    SIM is Protected by 4-8 digit PIN to validate the ownership of SIM
    PUK – Personal/Pin Unlocking Key


Base Station Subsystem (BSS)

The base station subsystem (BSS) is the section of a traditional cellular
telephone network which is responsible for handling traffic and signaling
between a mobile phone and the network switching subsystem.

The BSS communicates with the MS over the digital air interface and with
the MSC via 2 Mbit/s links.
The BSS consists of three major hardware components:

   1. Base Transceiver Station (BTS)
   2. Base Station Controller (BSC)
   3. The Transcoder – XCDR




Base Transceiver Station (BTS):

The BTS contains the RF components that provide the air interface for a
particular cell. The base transceiver station, or BTS, contains the equipment
for transmitting and receiving radio signals (transceivers), antennas, and
equipment for encrypting & decrypting communications with the
(BSC).This is the part of the GSM network which communicates with the
MS. The antenna is included as part of the BTS.
The purpose of the BTS is to:

    Communicates with Mobile station and BSC
    Provide radio access to the mobile station
    Encodes, encrypts, multiplexes, modulates and feeds RF signals to
     antenna.

General Architecture
A BTS in general has the following units:

      Radio Transceivers (Transmitter/Receiver) (TRX) units
      Combiner
      Duplexer
      Antennas and feeder cables

Transceiver (TRX):

TRX basically does transmission and reception of signals. Also does sending
and reception of signals to/from higher network entities (like the base station
controller (BSC) in mobile telephony)

Combiner(CMB) :

Combines feeds from several TRXs so that they could be sent out through a
single antenna. Allows for a reduction in the number of antenna used
Duplexer(AEM):

For separating sending and receiving signals to/from antenna, does sending
and receiving signals through the same antenna ports (cables to antenna)
Antennas and feeder cables:

Antenna is also considered a part of the BTS. This provides signals to MS.
Base Station Controller (BSC)
The BSC as its name implies provides the control for the BSS. The BSC
communicates directly with the MSC.
The base station controller (BSC) provides, classically, the intelligence
behind the BTSs. Typically a BSC has tens or even hundreds of BTSs under
its control.

The databases for all the sites, including information such as carrier
frequencies, power reduction levels are stored in the BSC.

Main functions of BSC:

    Manages Radio resources for BTS
    Assigns Frequency and time slots for all MS’s in its area
    Allocates a channel for the duration of a call
    Handles call set up
    maintains the call
    monitoring quality
    Generating Handover for each MS to another cell when required
    It communicates with MSC and BTS, Network Switching Subsystem
     (NSS)
    Controlling the Radio power transmitted by the BTS or MS.
    Controls one or more BTSs.
    Switches traffic and signaling to/from the BTSs and the MSC



The Transcoder – XCDR

The Transcoder is used to compress the signals between the BSS and MS (64
Kbit/s to 16 Kbit/s and vice versa) so that they are more efficiently sent over
the universal interfaces. The transcoder is used to reduce the rate at which the
traffic (voice/data) is transmitted over the air interface. Although the
transcoder is part of the BSS, it is often found physically closer to the NSS to
allow more efficient use of the universal links.
The 64 Kbit/s Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) circuits from the MSC, if transmitted
on the air interface without modification, would occupy an excessive amount of
radio bandwidth.
The required bandwidth is therefore reduced by processing the 64 Kbit/s circuits
so that the amount of information required to transmit digitized voice falls to a
gross rate of 16 Kbit/s.
Network and Switching Sub-system (NSS)
Key elements of the NSS are


 Mobile Switching Center (MSC)
 Home Location Register( HLR)
 Visitor Location Register( VLR)
 Equipment Identity Register(EIR)
 Authentication Center( AUC)
 Gateway Mobile Switching Centre (GMSC)
 Echo Canceller (EC)
 Billing
                   Zong MSC
Mobile Switching Center (MSC)


   Heart of the network
   Manages communication between GSM and other networks
   Call setup function and basic switching
   Call routing
   Billing information and collection
   Mobility management
    - Location Updating
    - Inter BSS and inter MSC call handoff
   MSC does gateway function while its customer roams to other
    network by using HLR/VLR.

Home Location Registers (HLR)

     Permanent database about mobile subscribers in a large service area
     Database contains Subscriber ID
     Current subscriber VLR
     Subscriber status
     Authentication key

Visitor Location Registers (VLR)

   Temporary database which updates whenever new MS enters its area,
    by HLR database
   Controls those mobiles roaming in its area
   Reduces number of queries to HLR
   Database contains Mobile Status
   Location Area Identity(LAI)
Equipment Identity Register (EIR)

    Database that is used to track handsets using the IMEI (International
    Mobile Equipment Identity)
   Made up of three sub-classes: The White List, The Black List and the
    Gray List

   White List
      The terminal is allowed to connect to the network
   Black List
      The terminal is under observation by the network for possible
      problems
   Grey List
      The terminal has either been reported stolen, or is not a type approved
      for a GSM network The terminal is not allowed to connect to the
      network


Authentication Center (AUC)


   Protects against intruders in air interface
   Maintains authentication keys and algorithms and provides security .
   Generally associated with HLR


Gateway Mobile Switching Centre (GMSC)

   A Gateway Mobile Switching Centre (GMSC) is a device which routes
    traffic entering a mobile network to the correct destination.
   The GMSC accesses the network’s HLR to find the location of the
    required mobile subscriber.
   A particular MSC can be assigned to act as a GMSC.
   The operator may decide to assign more than one GMSC.
   The GMSC routes calls out of the network and is the point of access
      for calls entering the network from outside.
   Echo Canceller
   An echo canceller models the voice signal passing through it
   As the voice passes back through the canceller it applies
     signal to remove it dynamically.

Billing
   The MSC/GMSC that originates a call generates a record (Call Detail
    Record which contains:
    >User identity
    >Number called
    >Call length
    >Routing of the call
   This record acts as a ‘ toll ticket’ which tracks the cal l on its route
    through various networks
   The record passes along the backbone to the home network
   Billing computer generates bills to be sent to the user

								
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