Singkatan/Istilah pada dunia Telekomunikasi

Daftar kata-kata/Istilah/singkatan dalam dunia Telekomunikasi :

2G : Second Generation PCH : Paging channel
3G : 3rd Generation PDCCH : Physical downlink control channel
4G: Fourth generation PDCP : Packet data convergence protocol
3GPP : 3rd Generation Partnership Project PDN : Packet Data Network
AMPS: Analog Mobile Phone System PDSCH: Physical downlink shared channel
ARQ: Automatic repeat request PHICH : Physical hybrid ARQ indicator channel
AWG :Arrayed Waveguide Grating PHY : Physicallayer
BBE: Background Block Errors PRACH: Physical random access channel
BCS:  Block Check Sequence PMCH : Physical multicast channel
BER :Bit Error Rate PMI : Pre-coding matrix indicator
BCH: Broadcast Channel PSK: Phase Shift Keying
BCCH: Broadcast control channel PSTN: Public Switching Telephone Network
BSC :Base Station Controller P-SCH : Primary synchronization signal
BSCI : BSC Interface PUCCH : Physical uplink control channel
BSS: Base Station System PUSCH : Physical uplink shared channel
BTS : Base Transceiver Station QAM: Quadrature amplitude modulation
BTSE: Base Transceiver Station Equipment QPSK: Quadrature phase shift keying
BTSM: BTS Site Manager RB :Resource block
CCCH: Common Control Channel RMC: Reference measurement channel
CCS7 :Common Channel Signaling 7 RNC: Radio network controller
CCU: Channel Codec Unit RRC: Radio resource control
CGI: Cell Global Identity RS: Reference signal
CML: Command Manual P-CCPCH: Primary common control physical channel
COM: Communication PCFICH: Physical control format indicator channel
CS: Circuit Switch NZ-DSF: Nonzero-dispersion-shifted Fiber
CS: Coding Scheme OADM: Optical Add-Drop Multiplexer
CU: Carrier Unit OChP: Optical Channel Protection
DB :Data Base ODF: Optical Distribution Frame
DBAEM :Database Emulation ODU: Optical channel Data Unit
DCCH :Dedicated Control Chanel OEM :Original Equipment Manufacturer
DL: Downlink OLC :Optical Link Commissioning
DLCI :Data Link Connection Identifier OLR: Optical Line Repeater
DTX :Discontinuous Transmission OMN: Operating Manual
E1: European PDH Signal, Level 1 OMS :Optical Multiplex Section
EDGE: Enhance Data rate for GSM Evolution ONN :Optical Network Node
EPC: Evolved Packet Core ONN-I: Optical Network Node – Interconnect
E-UTRAN: Evolved UMTS terrestrial radio access network ONN-I80: Optical Network Node – Interconnect 80 Channels
eMBMS: Evolved multimedia broadcast multicast service ONN-R :Optical Network Node – Reconfigurable
eNB :Evolved Node B ONN-R80 :Optical Network Node – Reconfigurable 80 Channels
EPC: Evolved packet core ONN-S :Optical Network Node – Small
E-UTRA: Evolved UTRA ONN-T: Optical Network Node – Terminal
E-UTRAN: Evolved UTRAN ONN-T80 :Optical Network Node – Terminal 80 Channels
ETS :European Telecommunications Standard ONN-X: Optical Network Node – Cross-Connect
ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute ONN-X80: Optical Network Node – Cross-Connect
FBG: Fiber Bragg Grating OPEX :Operational Expenditure
FC: Fiber Channel OPU: Optical channel Payload Unit
FCC :Federal Communications Commission OSA :Optical Spectrum Analyzer
FDD :Frequency division duplex OSC :Optical Supervisory Channel
FDMA :Frequency division multiple access OSNR: Optical Signal to Noise Ratio
FFT: Fast Fourier transform OSU: Optical Supervisory Unit
FRC: Fixed reference channel OTDR :Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
FPGA :Field Programmable Gate Array OTH: Optical Transport Hierarchy
FTP: File Transfer Protocol OTN: Optical Transport Network
FTPS: File Transfer Protocol Secure OTS: Optical Transport Section
G-AIS: Generic Alarm Indication Signal PXC: Photonic Cross-Connect
GbE :Gigabit Ethernet QoS: Quality of Service
GCC: Generic Communication Channel ROADM: Reconfigurable OADM
GFP-T: Generic Framing Protocol – Transparent ROPA: Remote Optically Pumped Amplifier
GPRS :General Packet Radio Service SAE :System architecture evolution
GSM :Global system for mobile communication SAP: Service access point
HARQ :Hybrid automatic repeat request SC-FDMA :Single carrier frequency division multiple access
HDTV: High Definition TV SCH-DL: Downlink Shared Channel
HI: HARQ indicator S-GW :Serving gateway
HSDPA: High speed downlink packet access SIMO: Single input multiple output
HSPA: High speed packet access SIP: Session Initiation Protocol
HSUPA :High speed uplink packet access SISO :Single input single output
IFFT: Inverse FFT SU-MIMO :Single user MIMO
IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers SNR: Signal to noise ratio
ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network TDD: Time division duplex
IP: Internet protocol TDMA: Time division multiple access
ITU: International Telecommunication Union TR :Technical report
ISI: Inter-Symbol Interference TrCH :Transport channel
LOS: Loss of Signal TTA :Telecommunications Technology Association
LSB: Laser Safety Bus TTI :Transmission time interval
LVD: Low Voltage Disconnect TL1: Transaction Language 1
LWL: Lichtwellenleiter TMN :Telecommunication Management Network
MAC: Media Access Control UDP: Universal Datagram Protocol
MCF :Message Communication Function ULH :Ultra Long Haul
LTE :Long term evolution UMN: User Manual
MAC: Medium access control UCI :Uplink control indicator
MBMS: Multimedia broadcast multicast service UE: User equipment
MBSFN: Multicast/broadcast over single-frequency UL :Uplink
MCH: Multicast channel UL-SCH :Uplink shared channel
MIMO: Multiple input multiple output UMB: Ultra-mobile broadband
MISO: Multiple input single output UMTS: Universal mobile telecommunications system
MME: Mobility management entity UTRA: Universal terrestrial radio access
MU-MIMO: Multiple user MIMO UTRAN: Universal terrestrial radio access network
NGN ;Next generation network VACM: View-based Access Control Model
NAT: Network Address Translation VLAN :Virtual Local Area Network
NMT: Nordic Mobile Telephone VOA :Variable Optical Attenuator
OFDM :Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing WAN: Wide Area Network
OFDMA: Orthogonal frequency division multiple accsess WDM :Wavelength Division Multiplexing
PS : Packet Switch WEEE :Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
PAPR: Peak-to-average power ratio WSS :Wavelength Selective Switch
PAR: Peak-to-average ratio XFP 10 Gbit/s: Small Form-Factor Pluggable
PBCH : Physical broadcast channelSDH : Synchronous Digital HierarchyDWDM : Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing

PDH : Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

XPM :Cross Phase ModulationSTM : SynchronousTransport Module level 1

CWDM : Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing

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7 Responses to Singkatan/Istilah pada dunia Telekomunikasi

  1. siap bang, makasih pencerahannya.

  2. adeadnani says:

    Artinya tidak bisa menempati traffic channels untuk melakukan panggilan/SMS,bisa jadi kapasitas system sudah full dan ini menyangkut RF/optim.

    Reasons for TCH Blocking:
    Some of them are-
    High Utilization of TCH
    Time slot faulty.
    Lock TRXs.
    HW Problem.

    Solutions for removal of TCH Blocking:
    Implement half rate or Dual rate.
    Check FRL & FRU.
    Add another TRX. If TRX addition not possible, try to share the traffic of that cell with the neighboring cell by changing tilt or orientation.

    Salam

  3. bang, newbie mau tanya soal alarm TCH block di bts 2G Huawei itu apa ya artinya? dan cara clearing alarm nya gmana ya? thx

  4. topick says:

    kalau ds3 apa kepanjangannya??????

  5. Exceptional post but I was wanting to know if you could write a
    litte more on this subject? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Many thanks!

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