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LTE_FDD_eNB_B_03 eNodeB Hardware Basic Principle

Course Objects
Be familiar with the ZXSDR Base Station software and hardware structure Know the ZXSDR Base Station boards function Know the ZXSDR Base Station cables structure Know the ZXSDR Base Station networking and dimensioning

Contents
1 Overview ..................................................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 ZTE Distributed Base Station Solution ............................................................................................. 1 1.2 Product Location in LTE Wireless Network ..................................................................................... 3 1.3 Product Overall Appearance ............................................................................................................. 4 1.4 Product Characteristics...................................................................................................................... 5 1.5 Functions ........................................................................................................................................... 7 1.6 Technical Indices .............................................................................................................................. 8 1.6.1 ZXSDR B8200 L200 Technical Indices ................................................................................ 8 1.6.2 ZXSDR R8882 L268 Technical Specifications .................................................................... 11 2 System Structure ...................................................................................................................................... 15 2.1 Hardware Structure ......................................................................................................................... 15 2.2 Software Structure........................................................................................................................... 16 3 Boards ....................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2 CC Board ........................................................................................................................................ 19 3.2.1 CC Board Function .............................................................................................................. 19 3.2.2 CC Board Front Panel .......................................................................................................... 20 3.2.3 CC Board Panel Indicators ................................................................................................... 21 3.2.4 CC Board Panel Interface..................................................................................................... 22 3.2.5 CC Board Button .................................................................................................................. 23 3.3 BPL Board....................................................................................................................................... 23 3.3.1 BPL Board Function ............................................................................................................ 23 3.3.2 BPL Board Front Panel ........................................................................................................ 23
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3.3.3 BPL Board Panel Indicators .................................................................................................23 3.3.4 BPL Panel Interfaces ............................................................................................................24 3.3.5 BPL Board Button ................................................................................................................25 3.4 SA Board .........................................................................................................................................25 3.4.1 SA Board Function ...............................................................................................................25 3.4.2 SA Board Front Panel ...........................................................................................................25 3.4.3 SA Board Panel Indicators ....................................................................................................25 3.4.4 SA Board Panel Interfaces ....................................................................................................26 3.5 PM Board .........................................................................................................................................26 3.5.1 PM Board Function...............................................................................................................26 3.5.2 PM Board Front Panel ..........................................................................................................26 3.5.3 PM Board Panel Indicators ...................................................................................................27 3.5.4 PM Board Panel Interfaces ...................................................................................................27 3.5.5 PM Board Button ..................................................................................................................27 3.6 FAN Module ....................................................................................................................................28 3.6.1 FAN Module Function ..........................................................................................................28 3.6.2 FAN Module Front Panel .....................................................................................................28 3.6.3 FAN Module Panel Indicators ..............................................................................................28 4 Cables.........................................................................................................................................................31 4.1 ZXSDR B8200 L200 Cables ...........................................................................................................31 4.1.1 DC Power Cable ...................................................................................................................31 4.1.2 PE Cable ...............................................................................................................................31 4.1.3 S1/X2 Cables ........................................................................................................................32 4.1.4 RF Cable ...............................................................................................................................33 4.1.5 Dry Contact Cable ................................................................................................................34 4.1.6 GPS Jumper ..........................................................................................................................35
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4.2 ZXSDR R8882 L268 Cables ........................................................................................................... 35 4.2.1 DC Power Input Cable ......................................................................................................... 35 4.2.2 Protective Grounding Cable ................................................................................................. 36 4.2.3 Fiber Cable for Connecting a BBU ...................................................................................... 36 4.2.4 Fiber Cable for Cascading RRUs ......................................................................................... 36 4.2.5 External Monitoring Cable ................................................................................................... 37 4.2.6 AISG Control Cable ............................................................................................................. 37 4.2.7 RF Jumpers .......................................................................................................................... 38 5 Networking ............................................................................................................................................... 41 5.1 Product Networking Mode .............................................................................................................. 41 5.1.1 Star Networking ................................................................................................................... 41 5.1.2 Cascade Networking ............................................................................................................ 42 5.2 Typical Board Configuration .......................................................................................................... 43

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1 Overview
Highlights ZTE Distributed Base Station Solution Product Location in LTE Wireless Network Product Overall Appearance Product Characteristics Product Functions

1.1 ZTE Distributed Base Station Solution


To supply the customer with more competitive communication equipment and solution in the market, ZTE develops and promotes ZTE SDR eBBU (baseband unit) and eRRU (remote RF unit) distributed base station solution timely, which jointly perform LTE base station service.

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Figure 1.1-1

ZTE Distributed Base Station Solution

ZTE's LTE eBBU+eRRU distributed base station solution has the following predominance: 1. Saving labor cost and engineering cost for networking. eBBU+eRRU distributed base station equipment is small in size, light in weight, and easy for transportation and engineering construction. 2. Fast networking, also saving the fees of renting equipment room. eBBU+eRRU distributed base station is applicable to various sites, such as mounted on the steel tower, on the building top, or on the wall, etc. It's more flexible in selecting installation site, and not restricted by the space of the equipment room. It can help the operators to deploy network rapidly, and exert the predominance of Time-To-Market. It can also save the fees of renting equipment room, and the network operation cost. 3. Convenient in upgrade and capacity expansion; saving the initial stage cost of the network.
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eRRU can be mounted as close to the antenna as possible, to save the cost of feed cable and decrease the wastage of feed cable. It also can enhance the output power of eRRU top and increase the coverage. 4. Low power consumption, power-saving. Compared with traditional base station, eBBU+eRRU distributed base station has lower power consumption, which can greatly reduce the investment and cost on electric power, and thus save the network operation cost. 5. Distributed networking, making good use of operators' network resources supporting eBBU+eRRU distributed networking; supporting the star or chain networking mode between eBBU and eRRU. 6. Adopting more perspective generalized base station platform. eBBU adopts the platform designed for the future B3G and 4G. One hardware platform can realize different standard modes, and several standard modes can coexist in one base station. In this way, the operators' management can be simplified, and several base stations to be invested can be integrated into one base station (multimode base station). The operators can select the evolution direction of the future network more flexibly, and the end users will also feel the transparency of the network and smooth evolution.

1.2 Product Location in LTE Wireless Network


LTE is a new-generation wireless network technology based on OFDM technology. The main aims of formulating LTE standards are: To provide higher user data rate, enhance system capacity, decrease delay and operation cost. To realize the flexible configuration and implementation of the mobility of a present or new access technology based on IP network. LTE has optimized the traditional 3G network architecture, and adopts flat network structure. LTE system consists of EPC and eNodeB. EPC is responsible for the core network. EPC's signaling processing part is called as MME, and the data processing part is called as SAE Gateway (S-GW). eNodeB is responsible for the access network,
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being also called E-UTRAN. eNodeB and EPC are connected via S1 interface; eNodeB and other eNodeBs are connected via X2 interface. ZXSDR B8200 L200 realizes the function of eNodeB's baseband unit, and forms a complete eNodeB with the RF unit (eRRU) via the baseband-RF interface. ZXSDR B8200 L200 and EPC are connected via S1 interface; and are connected with other eNodeBs via X2 interface.

Figure 1.2-1 Product Location In LTE Network

1.3 Product Overall Appearance


ZXSDR B8200 L200 overall appearance is shown in below.

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Figure 1.3-1

ZXSDR B8200 Overall Appearance

ZXSDR R8882 L268 overall appearance is shown in below.

Figure 1.3-2

ZXSDR R8882 L268 Appearance

1.4 Product Characteristics


ZXSDR B8200 L200 characteristics are as follow: Multi-Mode Baseband Unit ZXSDR B8200 L200 can support all kinds of wireless access technologies simultaneously, including GSM, UMTS, CDMA, WiMAX and LTE, which share the common control function and transmission totally. It fully satisfies operatorsneed of smooth migration from GSM/UMTS with BP board replaced only. All-IP Architecture to IP RAN ZXSDR B8200 L200 adopts IP switching, and provides GE/FE external interfaces. Large Capacity

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ZXSDR B8200 L200 supports different configurations. In typical configuration,ZXSDR B8200 L200 supports 200 Mbps DL + 75 Mbps UL (three 20 MHz cells in MIMO 2x2). ZXSDR B8200 L200 also supports larger capacity with more BPL baseband boards: 600 Mbps DL + 225 Mbps UL(six 20 MHz cells in MIMO 2x2). 600 Mbps DL + 300 Mbps UL(three BPL boards in MIMO 4x4). ZXSDR B8200 L200 is hardware readiness to support MIMO 4x4 without hardware changing. In first GA version, BPL supports MIMO 4x4 in test mode. According to the application scenario, ZXSDR B8200 L200 can support GSM/UMTS/LTE multi-mode with respective baseband processing boards. Baseband Pooling ZXSDR B8200 L200 supports baseband resource pooling function based on carriers. When FS and two BPLs or three BPLs are configured, one carrier can be flexibly mapped to any BPL board. But at the beginning of LTE network deployment, ZTE recommends only one BPL is configured in order to reduce the operators CAPEX investment. Flexible Networking ZXSDR B8200 L200 provides GE/FE interfaces and IP networking. It supports eRRU in different networking modes, like star and chain networking to satisfy the requirements of operators in different environments and under different transmission conditions. Compact Design, Easy Deployment ZXSDR B8200 L200 adopts standard MicroTCA platform, with 2U in height and 19 inches in width, and can be easily installed into a standard 19 inches rack. It can also be mounted on the wall with a minimal space requirement reducing OPEX.

The features of the ZXSDR R8882 are as follows: lMultiple radio access modes The ZXSDR R8882 supports single mode, dual mode, or hybrid mode, including
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GSM, UMTS, CDMA, and LTE. Distributed architecture BBUs and RRUs constitute distributed BTS systems, providing flexible office deployment. Smooth evolution Through software upgrade, the ZXSDR R8882 can be smoothly evolved to HSPA or LTE, saving the investment of the telecom operator to the maximum. Flexible configuration and networking Advanced internal structure Between internal boards and modules, blind interconnection and hard link interconnection are used. Energy saving and environment-friendly design Energy-saving and environment-friendly due to multi-carrier power amplifiers, and advanced Doherty and Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) linear power amplification technologies. Easy installation and maintenance Easy installation and maintenance due to compact size and light weight.

1.5 Functions
ZXSDR B8200 L200 accomplishes the following basic functions with Uu/S1/X2 and O&M interfaces: Channel coding and decoding Channel multiplexing and de-multiplexing Baseband resource pooling function Measurement and report Power control Spatial multiplexing, transmit diversity and receive diversity

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Synchronization Frequency hopping Operation and Maintenance DTX

R8882 is the remote radio unit of distributed base station. The signal is transmitted or received through R8882 to/from base band processing unit for further processing via standard CPRI interface. The product basic functions are listed below: Supports the configuration of 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 15 MHz and 20 MHz scalable bandwidth. Supports 1730 MHz~1785 MHz(uplink)/1825 MHz~1880 MHz(downlink) Supports 2x2 MIMO on downlink. Supports QPSK,16-QAM,64-QAM on downlink, QPSK and 16 QAM on uplink. Supports transmission and receive power detection. Supports overload power protection for power amplifier. Supports power amplifier switching on/off function. R8882 software failure will not affect the running of eBBU and other R8882s which are connected to it. Supports field strength scanning, temperature query, VSWR query, dry contact, hardware/software resetting.

1.6 Technical Indices


1.6.1 ZXSDR B8200 L200 Technical Indices
1.6.1.1 Physical Indices Dimension88.4 mm x 482.6 mm x 197 mm (HxWxD). The weight of ZXSDR B8200 L200 depends on baseband configuration. The bellow
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table describes the state of typical configuration. The weight of ZXSDR B8200 L200 is less than 7.5 Kg.

Table 1.6-1 Product Weight Item Rack PM SA FS BPL CC FAN Total weight 3 0.5 0.25 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 5.25 Weight (Kg) 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 6 LTE Typical Configuration

1.6.1.2 Capacity One BPL can support 1200 RRC connections, and the throughput of BPL is 200 Mbps(DL)/75 Mbps(UL). 1.6.1.3 Power Supply The power supply requirement to ensure the normal operation of the ZXSDR B8200 L200 is -48V DC (voltage range: - 57V ~ - 40V). 1.6.1.4 Power Consumption The power consumption depends on traffic load, board configuration and ambient temperature.

Table 1.6-2 Item PM SA FAN BPL CC 1 1 1 1 1

Typical Power Consumption Typical 10 5 30 55 configuration

1.6.1.5 Grounding Index The grounding resistance of the equipment room where the ZXSDR B8200 L200 is installed should be equal to or less than 5 . In the areas where the annual lightening
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days are less than twenty days, the grounding resistance can be less than 10 . 1.6.1.6 Working Environment Indices The working environment indices are illustrated in the table.

Table 1.6-3 Product Working Environment Indices Item Temperature Relative Humidity Long-term Short-term Long-term Short-term Requirement -15~ +50 -25 ~ +55 5% ~ 95% 5% ~ 100%

1.6.1.7 Interface Indices ZXSDR B8200 L200 interface indices are shown in the table.

Table 1.6-4 Product Interface Indices Item BPL 1xGE, 2xFE 1xEXT 1xGPS FS 6x optical interfaces Interface 3x optical interfaces SFP (LC) 2 RJ45 for Electrical and one SFP (LC) for optical CC RS485 can be used to connect with other external receiver SMA SFP(LC) Connector Type

1.6.1.8 Reliability Indices MTBF233000 hours MTTR30 minutes Availability99.999785% Down duration1.128 min/year 1.6.1.9 Electromagnetic Compatibility Indices ZXSDR B8200 L200 electromagnetic compatibility indices are shown in the table.

Table 1.6-5 Product Electromagnetic Compatibility Indices Item 10 Requirement

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1.6.2 ZXSDR R8882 L268 Technical Specifications


1.6.2.1 Physical Indices

Table 1.6-6 Physical Indices Item Dimension Weight 472 24 Index

Table 1.6-7 power supply and Power Consumption Item power supply Power Consumption 460 W Index -48 VDC (range: -37 VDC ~-57 VDC)

Table 1.6-8 Item Temperature(Working) Relative Humidity(Working) Temperature(Storage) Relative Humidity(Storage)

Working Environment Index -40~55 5%~100% -55~70 10%~100%

Table 1.6-9 Item Availability MTBF MTTR Down duration

Reliability Index

99.999842% 340000 hours 1 hour 0.83 min/year

1.6.2.2 Performance Indices Operation Frequency Band The operation radio frequency band of R8882 is 1730 MHz~1785 MHz(uplink)/1825 MHz~1880 MHz(downlink).
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Output Power The output power of R8882 is 2x60 W. Transmission The maximum transmission distance is 10 kilometers. Supports two kinds of optical fiber interface mode: 2x3.072 Gbps and 2x2.4576 Gbps. 1.6.2.3 Electromagnetic Compatibility

Table 1.6-10 Item Basic testing Enhanced testing 6 KV 8 KV

Electronic Static Discharge Immunity Contact discharge 8 KV 15 KV Air discharge

Table 1.6-11 Range 80 MHz~800MHz 800 MHz~960 MHz 960 MHz~1400MHz 1400 MHz~2700 MHz 2700 MHz~6000 MHz

RF Electromagnetic Field Radiation Immunity Feature Field Strength 10 V/m 10 V/m 10 V/m 10 V/m 10 V/m

80%AM(1kHz) 80%AM(1kHz) 80%AM(1kHz) 80%AM(1kHz) 80%AM(1kHz)

Table 1.6-12 Item Basic testing Enhanced testing

Electrical Fast Transient Burst Immunity Voltage Repetition Frequency 5 kHz 5 kHz

1 kV 2 kV

Table 1.6-13 Signal Type Antenna feeder port

Lightning Tolerance Nominal Required 10 kA 5 times The 10 KA protection is guaranteed by the duplex of the RF module. An external lightning protection unit is needed for the higher protection other than 10 KA

DC power portexternal SPD 12

20 kA 5 times, Residual Voltage is less than

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Table 1.6-14 Frequency range (MHz) 30~230 230~1000 1G~3G 3G~6G 30 37 50 54

Radiation Transmission Distance (m) 10 10 10 10

Quasi-peak limit (dBuV/m)

Table 1.6-15 Power Conducted Transmission Frequency range (MHz) 0.15~0.50 0.50~5 5~0 56~66 56 60 Sum limit(dBuV) Quasi-peak 46~56 46 50 Average value

Table 1.6-16 Frequency range (MHz) 0.15~0.50

Signal Conducted Transmission Sum limit (dBuV) Quasi-peak Average value 74 dBuV~64 30 dBuV(Voltage)or

84 dBuV~74 dBuV(Voltage)) or 40 dBuV~30dBuA(Current)) 74 dBuV(Voltage) or 30 dBuA(Current))

BuV~20dBuA(Current)) 0.50~30 64 dBuV(Voltage) or 20 dBuA(Current))

Table 1.6-17 Frequency range 0.15 MHz80 MHz 10 V

RF Electromagnetic Field Conducted Immunity Feature 80%AM1kHz Decision Rule Rule A

Voltage

Table 1.6-18

Surge Immunity

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Site DC power

Open circuit Voltage (kV) Type 0.5 1 Long distance wire (wire length WireWire 1 1 WireGround

Indoor

longer than 10 meters) Short distance wire (wire length less than 10 meters)

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2 System Structure
Highlights Hardware Structure Software Structure

2.1 Hardware Structure


ZXSDR B8200 L200 consists of a control & clock board, baseband processing boards, a site alarm board, a power module, and a fan module. ZXSDR B8200 L200 hardware system is designed according to the structure of distributed base station in which the baseband unit and radio frequency unit are separated. It can be classified into two function units: eBBU (Baseband Unit) and eRRU (Remote Radio Unit). It can either deploy with eRRU, or deploy by combining the eRRU and eBBU into one cabinet to form macro base station. eBBU and eRRU are connected via the standard baseband-RF optical interface.

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Figure 2.1-1

ZXSDR B8200 L200 hardware structure

2.2 Software Structure


The software architecture of ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be divided into three layers, they are SDR unified platform software, LTE adaptor software and LTE application software.

Figure 2.2-1

ZXSDR B8200 L200 Software Structure

SDR Unified Platform Software SDR unified platform software provides the functions of Board Support Package (BSP), Operation Support Sub-system (OSS) and Bearer Sub-system (BRS). BSP provides the device interface to the OS (Operating System). OSS is the support layer in this entire framework, which is a hardware independent platform for running software and provides basic functions like scheduling, timer, memory management, communication, sequencing control, monitoring, alarming and logging. BRS provides the IP communication function for inter-boards and internetwork elements. LTE Adaptor Software LTE adaptor software accomplishes the functions of Operating Administration and
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Maintenance (OAM), and Data Base Sub-system (DBS). OAM provides the configuration, alarm and performance measurement function for LTE eNodeB. DBS is the database system. Application Layer The application layer provides LTE functions of Radio Network Layer Control plane (RNLC)), Radio Network Layer User plane (RNLU), MAC Uplink Scheduler (MULSD), MAC Downlink Scheduler (MDLSD), and Physical layer (PHY). RNLC provides radio control plane s common and dedicated resource management and controlling. RNLU provides user plane function. MULSD provides uplink MAC scheduling. MDLSD provides downlink MAC scheduling. PHY provides LTE PHY function.

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3 Boards
Highlights Board/module Interface Indicators

3.1 Overview
ZXSDR B8200 L200 board can be classified into the following types: Control and clock board: CC Fabric switch board: FS Baseband pool board: BPL Power module: PM Site alarm module: SA Fan module: FAN

3.2 CC Board
3.2.1 CC Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be configured with maximum 2 CC boards for 1+1 redundancy. There are three main functional modules: a GE switch module, a GPS and clock module, and a transmission module. GE switch module The GE switch module is made as a switching network between CC board and baseband processing board. User data, control and maintenance signals between CC board and baseband processing board are all transmitted through this module. GPS and Clock module

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The GPS receiver can be integrated in CC board. The GPS and Clock module support following functions: Synchronizing with various external reference clocks, including the GPS clock and the clock provided by BITS, IEEE 1588, etc. Generating and delivering the clock signal to other modules. Providing GPS receiver interface and managing the GPS receiver. Providing a real-time timing for system operation and maintenance; the real-time timing can be calibrated by O&M or GPS. Transmission modules Transmission modules support following functions: Implementing data switching for service data and control flow within the system. S1/X2 interface protocol processing. Supporting primary/slave boards hot backup. Provide GE/FE physical interfaces. Other Function CC board provides other function besides previously mentioned ones: Managing software versions of boards and programmable components, and supporting local and remote software upgrade. Monitoring, controlling and maintaining of the base station system, providing LMT interface. Supervising the running status of each board within the system. Inventory management.

3.2.2 CC Board Front Panel


CC board font panel is as shown in the figure.

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CC Board Front Panel

3.2.3 CC Board Panel Indicators


Table 3.2-1 LED Color Meaning CC Indicator Description Description On: CC starts to run and tries to obtain the logical address Blinking slowly (on for 1.5 s and off for 1.5 s): Basic process of the CC is being powered on Blinking normally (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s): CC is already powered on and works normally RUN Green Indicates the running state Blinking slowly (on for 2 s and off for 2 s): CC is performing the active/standby pre-switching in the case of two CCs Blinking slowly (on for 1 s and off for 1 s): CC is performing the active/standby switching in the case of two CCs Blinking quickly (on for 70 ms and off for 70 ms): Communication between the active CC and OMP or standby CC failed Off: Indicates that the self-check fails Blinking periodically (5 Hz): Indicates that critical and major alarms are generated ALM Red Indicates the alarm Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Indicates that minor and warning alarms are generated Off: Indicates that no alarms are generated M/S Green Green Indicates the GPS antenna state or 2 MHz status. It REF also shows the connection states of the SMA port on the corresponding panel Indicates the active/standby state On: Indicates that the board is at active state Off: Indicates that the board is at standby state On: Indicates that the antenna feeder system works normally Off: Indicates that the antenna feeder system and the satellite work normally and are being initialized Blinking slowly (on for 1.5s and off for 1.5s): Indicates that the antenna feeder system is disconnected Blinking quickly (on for 0.3s and off for 0.3s): Indicates that the antenna feeder system works normally but can not receive signals from the satellite Blinking slowly (on for 2.5s and off for 2.5s): The antenna is disconnected 21

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LED

Color

Meaning

Description Blinking quickly (on for 70 ms and off for 70 ms): Indicates that no messages are received during the initialization

Green ETH0

Indicates the link states of the ETH0 interface.

On: Indicates that the physical link of S1/X2/OMC network port (electrical port, or optical port) is normal Off: Indicates that the physical link of S1/X2/OMC network port is broken On: Indicates that the physical link of DEBUG/CAS/LMT interface is normal Off: Indicates that physical link of DEBUG/CAS/LMT interface is broken During the first second, blinking one time means the first E1 is normal. Off means the E1 is not available. During the third second, blinking two times means the second

Green ETH1

Indicates the link states of the ETH1 interface.

Green

E0S

Indicates 0~3 E1/T1 link states

E1 is normal. Off means the E1 is not available. During the fifth second, blinking three times means the third E1 is normal. Off means the E1 is not available. During the seventh second, blinking four times means the fourth E1 is normal. Off means the E1 is not available.

E1S

Green Green Green

Indicates 4~7 E1/T1 link states Indicates 8~11 E1/T1 link states Indicates 12~15 E1/T1 link states

As same as EOS

E2S E3S HS

As same as EOS As same as EOS Reserved

3.2.4 CC Board Panel Interface


Table 3.2-2 Interface CC Board Panel Interface Description ETH0 is used for S1/X2 connection. It is an Ethernet electrical interface ETH0 (Adaptive to 100 M/1000 M automatically). ETH0 and TX/RX interfaces are exclusively used to each other. DEBUG/CAS/LMT is used for eBBU cascading, debugging, and local DEBUG/CAS/LMT maintenance. ETH1 is an Ethernet electrical interface (Adaptive to 10 M/100 M/1000 M automatically). TX/RX is used for S1/X2 connection. It is an Ethernet optical interface TX/RX (supports 1000 BASE-LX/SX or 100 BASE-FX). TX/RX and ETH0 interfaces are exclusively used to each other. 22

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3.2.5 CC Board Button


RST and M/S,two buttons are there on CC board front panel. RST: RST is used to reset CC board. M/S: M/S is used to make active/standby switch.

3.3 BPL Board


3.3.1 BPL Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be installed with 1 to 3 BPL boards. One BPL can deal with 20 MHz LTE bandwidth with 3 cells and this configuration can meet the requirements of most operators. BPL processes LTE baseband protocol specified by 3GPP R8. BPL boards main functions are: Processing physical layer protocol. Providing uplink/downlink I/Q signal. Processing MAC, RLC and PDCP protocol.

3.3.2 BPL Board Front Panel


BPL board front panel is as shown in the figure.

Figure3.3-1

BPL Board Front Panel

3.3.3 BPL Board Panel Indicators


Table 3.3-1 LED Color Meaning 23 BBPL Board Panel Indicators Description

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Color

Meaning

Description Always ON: BPL is at powering on stage Blinking periodically (0.5 Hz): BPL is downloading

RUN

Green

Board running state

software Blinking periodically (0.3 s ON, 0.3 s OFF): BPL working state is normal OFF: BPL power on failed Blinking periodically (70 ms ON, 70 ms OFF): Critical and major alarms are generated Blinking periodically (1500 ms ON, 1500 ms OFF): Minor and warning alarms are generated Always ON: BPL self-check failed Off: No alarms are generated

ALM

Red

Board alarm

HS

Reserved Blinking periodically (1 Hz): TDM physical links between BPL board and FS board are normal Always ON: TDM physical links between BPL board and FS board are abnormal OFF: There is no TDM signal Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Physical links between CPU and DSP are normal

BLS

Green

Backplane link state

BSA

Green

Board running state

Blinking periodically (2 Hz): Physical links between CPU and DSP are abnormal Always ON: SRIO SW ACKID error OFF: Physical links between CPU and DSP are broken Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Ethernet physical links

LNK

Green

Ethernet link states CPU running state Optical interface running state

between BPL and CC are normal OFF: Ethernet physical links between CPU and DSP are broken are broken Blinking periodically (1 Hz): CPU runs normally OFF: CPU runs abnormally Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Optical interface runs normally Always ON: Optical interface runs abnormally Off: Los of signal

CST

Green

OF0~OF2

Green

3.3.4 BPL Panel Interfaces


There are 3 pairs of optical interfaces on the BPL board, which are mainly used to connect to eRRU.

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3.3.5 BPL Board Button


RST button is used to reset BPL board.

3.4 SA Board
3.4.1 SA Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 is configured with 1 Site Alarm (SA) board. The board will be managed by CC board. The main function of SA board are: Responsible for fan speed control and alarming. Providing external interfaces. Monitoring serial interface. Monitoring boards temperature. Providing dry contacts and the lightening protection for the external interfaces.

3.4.2 SA Board Front Panel

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SA Board Front Panel

3.4.3 SA Board Panel Indicators


Table 3.4-1 SA Board Panel Indicators LED Color Meaning Board running state Description Always ON: Indicates that SA board is at reset state. RUN Green Blink (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s repeatedly: Indicates that SA board runs normally Off: Indicates that SA board self-check failed 25

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LED ALM

Color Red

Meaning Board alarm state board.

Description Always ON: Indicates that alarms are generated on SA Off: Indicates that no alarm is generated on SA board.

3.4.4 SA Board Panel Interfaces


There is one RS485/232 interface on SA board panel, which is mainly used as monitoring.

3.5 PM Board
3.5.1 PM Board Function
Power Module (PM) is in charge of the presence state detection of all the other boards, providing or removing the power to or from the other boards. ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be configured with 2 PMs, working with 1+1 redundancy mode, or load-balancing when the power consumption of the eBBU frame is beyond the rated output power of a single PM. PM has the following functions: Providing two kinds of DC output voltage: 3.3 V for Management Power (MP) and 12 V for Payload Power (PP). Reset all of the other boards in eBBU frame under the control of man-machine commands. Detecting the presence/absence state of all the other boards in eBBU frame. Providing protection of input over-voltage/under-voltage. Providing protection of output over-current and overload power management.

3.5.2 PM Board Front Panel


PM board front panel is as shown in below.

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Figure3.5-1 PM Board Front Panel

3.5.3 PM Board Panel Indicators


Table 3.5-1 PM Board Panel Indicators LED Color Meaning Description Always ON: Board is at reset state Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Board runs normally RUN Green Board running state Blinking periodically (2 Hz): Communicates normally between with PM board and CC board Off: Board self-check failed Always ON: Alarms are generated on PM ALM Red Board alarm state board Off: No alarm is generated on PM board

3.5.4 PM Board Panel Interfaces


PM board panel interfaces are illustrated in the table.

Table 3.5-2 PM Board Panel Interfaces Interface MON -48 V/-48 V RTN Description Debugging interface, RS232 interface -48 V input

3.5.5 PM Board Button


ON/OFFPower Button
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3.6 FAN Module


3.6.1 FAN Module Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 is configured with 1 Fan Module(FAN). The main functions of FAN are: Fan speed auto-adjustment according to the equipment working temperature. Monitor, control and fan state reporting.

3.6.2 FAN Module Front Panel


FAN module front panel is as shown in below.

Figure3.6-1

FAN Module Front Panel

3.6.3 FAN Module Panel Indicators


Table 3.6-1 FAN Module Panel Indicators LED Color Meaning SA board. Blinking (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s): FAN is controlled by SA board. 28 Description Always ON: FAN is powered on and is not controlled by RUN Green Running state

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4 Cables
Highlights ZXSDR B8200 L200 Cables ZXSDR R8882 L268 Cables

4.1 ZXSDR B8200 L200 Cables


4.1.1 DC Power Cable
DC power cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to external power distributed unit.

Figure4.1-1

DC Power Cable

Table 4.1-1 Name -48 V RTN -48 V Signal Voltage:: 0 VDC Voltage:-48 VDC

Cable Signal Relation Description A1 A2 End Black conductor Blue conductor

4.1.2 PE Cable
PE cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to the grounding network, so as to provide protection and ensure personal safety. PE cable is a 16 mm2 yellow-green cable with TNR terminals at both ends. The PE cable overall appearance is as shown in below.

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Figure4.1-2 PE Cable Appearance

4.1.3 S1/X2 Cables


S1/X2 cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to core network, or peer eNodeB, or transport devices. It can either be Ethernet cable or optical fiber. 4.1.3.1 S1/X2 Optical Fiber S1/X2 optical fiber can either be single-mode or multi-mode, and it adopts LC type connector.

Figure4.1-3

S1/X2 Cable Appearance

4.1.3.2 S1/X2 Ethernet Cable The overall S1/X2 Ethernet cable is as shown in below.
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Figure4.1-4

S1/X2 Ethernet Cable

The Ethernet cable signal relation is shown in the table.

Table 4.1-2 End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ETH-TR1+ ETH-TR1ETH-TR2+ ETH-TR3+ ETH-TR3ETH-TR2ETH-TR4+ ETH-TR4A

Ethernet Cable Signal Relations Definition White/Orange Orange White/Green Green White/Blue Blue White/Brown Brown 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Color

4.1.4 RF Cable
RF cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to eRRU.

Figure4.1-5

RF Cable Appearance

End A is used for connecting to eRRU and end B used for connecting to ZXSDR B8200 L200.

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4.1.5 Dry Contact Cable


Dry contact cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to external monitoring device, and thus receive dry contact data from external device or send dry contact data to external device. Dry contact cable overall appearance is as shown in below. End A of the cable is DB25 connector.

Figure4.1-6

Dry Contact Cable Appearance

The signals of an input dry-contact cable describes is shown in below.

Table 4.1-3 Signal I_SWIO0 GND I_SWIO GND I_SWIO GND I_SWIO GND I_SWIO GND I_SWIO GND B_SWIO1 GND B_SWIO GND

Dry Contact Cable Signals Relation Pin ( End A) White Blue White Orange White Green White Brown Red Blue Red Orange Red Green Red Brown 34 Color

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1. B_SWIO1~B_SWIO2 indicates channels 1-2 dry-contact input/output 2. I_SWIO0I_SWIO5 indicates the channels 1-6 dry-contact input

4.1.6 GPS Jumper


GPS feeder jumper is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to GPS antenna.

Figure4.1-7

GPS Jumper

4.2 ZXSDR R8882 L268 Cables


4.2.1 DC Power Input Cable
The DC power input cable supports the input of -48 V DC power and a dry contact signal.

Figure4.2-1

DC Power Input Cable

Table 4.2-1 Signal Definition Color of Core Blue Black White -48V -48V GND NODE_IN+ 35 Name Definition -48 V DC Power -48 V DC ground Dry contact

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NODE_IN

Dry contact

4.2.2 Protective Grounding Cable


The protective grounding cable provides protective earth for the ZXSDR R8882 chassis.

Figure4.2-2

Appearance of the Protective Grounding Cable

4.2.3 Fiber Cable for Connecting a BBU


A Single Mode Fiber (SMF) cable is used to connect the ZXSDR R8882 to a BBU. End A of this cable is mounted with a waterproof LC connector, and end B of this cable is mounted with an LC connector.

1. Outdoor waterproof assembly

Figure4.2-3

Fiber Cable for Connecting a BBU

A Single Mode Fiber (SMF) cable is used to connect the ZXSDR R8882 to a BBU. End A of this cable is mounted with a waterproof LC connector, and end B of this cable is mounted with an LC connector.

4.2.4 Fiber Cable for Cascading RRUs

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1. Outdoor waterproof assembly

Figure4.2-4

Fiber Cable for Cascading RRUs

An SMF cable with both ends mounted with an waterproof LC connector is used to connect two RRUs.

4.2.5 External Monitoring Cable


The external monitoring cable supports the interaction of signals between the ZXSDR R8882 and external devices, including the interaction of alarm signals, RS485/RS422 control signals, and dry contact signals. End A of this cable is mounted with an 8-pin round plug. End B of this cable needs to be mounted with an appropriate connector on field according to the connector type of the external device to be connected. The cable length is 1.2 m.

Figure4.2-5

External Monitoring Cable

Table 4.2-2 Signal Definition Name PIN1 PIN2 PIN3 PIN4 PIN5 PIN6 PIN7 PIN8 Color of Core Brown Yellow Blue White Green Gray Red Black Definition Dry contact input, positive Dry contact input, negative Dry contact input, positive Dry contact input, negative Full-duplex RS485 signal, positive Full-duplex RS485 signal, negative Full-duplex RS485 signal, positive Full-duplex RS485 signal, negative

4.2.6 AISG Control Cable


The AISG control cable is used to send AISG control signals to an RET antenna that is
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connected to the ZXSDR R8882. An 8-pin aviation plug in compliance with IEC 60130-9-ED is mounted on both ends of the AISG control cable.

Figure4.2-6

AISG Control Cable

Table 4.2-3 Signal Definition Pin (End A) PIN3 PIN5 PIN6 PIN7 PIN1PIN2 PIN4PIN8 PIN1 PIN2 PIN3PIN4 PIN5PIN6 Pin (End B) RS485B RS485A AISG_PWR GNDP NC Name RS485RS485+ DC power (output) DC power ground (output) Not used Definition

4.2.7 RF Jumpers
The RF jumper is used to connect the feeder to the feeder interface of R8882. The jumper should be connected after the main feeder is connected. Normally, use a finished 2 m 1/2" jumper as the RF jumper, or make a jumper as required by the on-site condition.

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Figure4.2-7

Connecting the Feeder Jumper

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5 Networking
Highlights Product Networking Mode Typical Configuration

5.1 Product Networking Mode


5.1.1 Star Networking
ZXSDR B8200 L200 connects EPC and other eNodeBs through S1/X2 interfaces with FE/GE, and connects to eRRUs through standard baseband-RF interfaces. ZXSDR B8200 L200 and eRRU support star and chain networking.

Figure5.1-1 Product Networking Mode

In star networking mode, ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be connected with 9 eRRUs. In
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chain networking mode, eRRU can cascade to 4 grades.

Figure5.1-2 Star Networking

5.1.2 Cascade Networking


The cascade networking of a BBU and multiple RRUs (ZXSDR R8882) is shown in below.

Figure5.1-3

Cascade Networking

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5.2 Typical Board Configuration


ZXSDR B8200 L200 typical board configuration is as shown in the table.

Table 5.2-1 Board BPL CC PM FAN SA 1 or 3 1 1 1 1 Number

Typical Board Configuration Description Baseband processing for LTE board Control and clock board Power module Fan module Site Alarm board

ZXSDR B8200 L200 also supports boards/modules configurations listed below: 1xCC, 3xBPL, 2xPM, 1xFAN, 1xSA 2xCC, 3xBPL, 2xPM, 1xFAN, 1xSA, 1xFS

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