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FAULT CODE ALARM

RXOCFFC1A0 Reset, failed restart attempt


RXOCFFC1A1 Reset, power on
RXOCFFC1A10 Indoor temperatu out of safe range
RXOCFFC1A12 DC voltage out of range
RXOCFFC1A14 Local bus fault
RXOCFFC1A15 RBS database corrupted
RXOCFFC1A16 RU database corrupted
RXOCFFC1A17 HW and IDB inconsistent
RXOCFFC1A18 Internal configuration failed
RXOCFFC1A19 Indoor temperatur above safe range
RXOCFFC1A2 Reset, switch
RXOCFFC1A20 Indoor temperatur below safe range
RXOCFFC1A3 Reset, SW fault
RXOCFFC1A4 Reset, watchdog
RXOCFFC1A5 Reset, RAM fault
RXOCFFC1A6 Reset, internal function change
RXOCFFC1A7 X bus fault
RXOCFFC1A8 Timing unit VCO fault
RXOCFFC1A9 Timing bus fault
RXOCFFC1B4 L/R SWI (BTS in local mode)
RXOCFFC1B5 L/R TI (Local to remote while link lost)
RXOCFFC2A0 Reset, failed restart attempt
RXOCFFC2A1 Reset, power on
RXOCFFC2A10 DXU optional EEPROM checksum fault
RXOCFFC2A11 ALNA fault
RXOCFFC2A12 RX maxgain/mingain violated
RXOCFFC2A13 Timing unit VCO ageing
RXOCFFC2A14 CDU supervision/comunication lost
RXOCFFC2A15 VSWR/Output power supervision lost
RXOCFFC2A16 Indoor temperature out of normal conditional range
RXOCFFC2A17 Indoor humidity
RXOCFFC2A18 DC voltage out of range
RXOCFFC2A19 Power system in stand-alone mode
RXOCFFC2A2 Reset, switch
RXOCFFC2A20 External power fault
RXOCFFC2A21 Internal power capacity reduced
RXOCFFC2A22 Battery backup capacity reduced
RXOCFFC2A23 Climate capacity reduced
RXOCFFC2A24 Coolor capacity reduced
RXOCFFC2A25 Heater capacity reduced
RXOCFFC2A26 Climate sensor fault
RXOCFFC2A27 System voltage sensor fault
RXOCFFC2A28 A/D converter fault
RXOCFFC2A29 Varistor fault
RXOCFFC2A3 Reset, watchdog
RXOCFFC2A30 Local bus fault
RXOCFFC2A31 High-frequency software fault
RXOCFFC2A32 Non-volatile memory corrupted
RXOCFFC2A33 RX diversity lost
RXOCFFC2A34 Output voltage fault
RXOCFFC2A35 Optional synchronisation source
RXOCFFC2A36 RU database corrupted
RXOCFFC2A37 Circuit breaker tripped
RXOCFFC2A38 Default values used
RXOCFFC2A39 RX cable disconnected
RXOCFFC2A4 Reset, SW fault
RXOCFFC2A40 Reset, DXU link lost
RXOCFFC2A41 Lost communication to TRU
RXOCFFC2A42 Lost communication to ECU
RXOCFFC2A43 Internal configuration failed
RXOCFFC2A44 Indoor temperature above normal conditional range
RXOCFFC2A45 Indoor temperature below normal conditional range
RXOCFFC2A46 IDB parameter fault
RXOCFFC2A47 Auxiliary equipment fault
RXOCFFC2A5 Reset, RAM fault
RXOCFFC2A6 Reset, internal function change
RXOCFFC2A7 RXDA A/B amplifier current fault
RXOCFFC2A8 VSWR limits exceeded
RXOCFFC2A9 Power limits exceeded
RXOCFFC2B10 MAINS FAIL (External power source fail)
RXOCFFC2B11 ALNA/TMA Fault
RXOCFFC2B12 ALNA/TMA Degraded
RXOCFFC2B13 Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXOCFFC2B7 DIP A (PCM link A lost)
RXOCFFC2B9 RBS door (RBS cabinet door open)
RXOCFRU0 DXU
RXOCFRU1 ECU
RXOCFRU10 ACCU
RXOCFRU11 Active cooler
RXOCFRU12 ALNA A
RXOCFRU13 ALNA B
RXOCFRU14 Battery
RXOCFRU15 Fan
RXOCFRU16 Heater
RXOCFRU17 Heat exchanger external fan
RXOCFRU18 Heat exchanger internal fan
RXOCFRU19 Humidity sensor
RXOCFRU2 Micro RBS
RXOCFRU21 Temperature sensor
RXOCFRU22 CDU HLOUT HLIN cable
RXOCFRU23 CDU RX in cable
RXOCFRU24 CU
RXOCFRU25 DU
RXOCFRU26 FU
RXOCFRU27 FU CU PFWD cable
RXOCFRU28 FU CU PREFL cable
RXOCFRU29 CAB HLIN cable
RXOCFRU30 CDU bus
RXOCFRU31 Environment
RXOCFRU32 Local bus
RXOCFRU33 Power communication loop
RXOCFRU34 RX antenna A
RXOCFRU35 RX antenna B
RXOCFRU36 Timing bus
RXOCFRU37 TX antenna A
RXOCFRU38 RX antenna B
RXOCFRU38 RX antenna B
RXOCFRU40 Antenna
RXOCFRU5 CDU
RXOCFRU6 BFU
RXOCFRU7 PSU
RXOCFRU8 CDU_Cos
RXOCFRU9 BDM
RXOCONFC1B8 LAPD Q CG (LAPD Queue Congestion)
RXOCONFC2B8 LAPD Q CG (LAPD Queue Congestion)
RXORXFC1A0 RXDA Amplifier Current Fault
RXORXFC1A1 ALNA/TMA Fault
RXORXFC1A10 RX Indication Fault
RXORXFC1A11 CDU Output Voltage Fault
RXORXFC1A12 TMA CM Output Voltage Fault
RXORXFC1A3 RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXORXFC1A4 RX Config Table Checksum Fault
RXORXFC1A47 RX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXORXFC1A5 RX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
RXORXFC1A6 RX Synthesizer C Unlocked
RXORXFC1A7 Astra Dixie Communication Fault
RXORXFC1A8 RX Internal Voltage Fault
RXORXFC1A9 RX Cable Disconnected
RXOTFFC1A0 Optional Synchronization Source
RXOTFFC1A1 DXU-out EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXOTFFC1B0 EXT SYNCH (No Usable Esternal Reference)
RXOTFFC1B1 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM-Reference)
RXOTFFC2B0 EXT SYNCH (No Usable Esternal Reference)
RXOTFFC2B1 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM-Reference)
RXOTRXFC1A0 Reset, failed restart attempt
RXOTRXFC1A1 Reset, power on
RXOTRXFC1A10 Tora Dannie communication fault
RXOTRXFC1A11 DSP CPU communication fault
RXOTRXFC1A12 Terrestrial traffic channel fault
RXOTRXFC1A13 RF loop test fault
RXOTRXFC1A14 RU database corrupted
RXOTRXFC1A15 X bus communication fault
RXOTRXFC1A16 Initiation fault
RXOTRXFC1A17 X-interface fault
RXOTRXFC1A18 DSP fault
RXOTRXFC1A19 Reset, DXU link lost
RXOTRXFC1A2 Reset, switch
RXOTRXFC1A20 HW and IDB inconsistent
RXOTRXFC1A21 Internal configuration failed
RXOTRXFC1A3 Reset, watchdog
RXOTRXFC1A4 Reset, SW fault
RXOTRXFC1A5 Reset, RAM fault
RXOTRXFC1A6 Reset, internal function change
RXOTRXFC1A8 Timing reception fault
RXOTRXFC1A9 Signal processing fault
RXOTRXFC2A0 RX cable disconnected
RXOTRXFC2A1 RX EEPROM checksum fault
RXOTRXFC2A10 TX internal voltage fault
RXOTRXFC2A11 TX high temperature
RXOTRXFC2A12 TX output power limits exceeded
RXOTRXFC2A13 TX saturation
RXOTRXFC2A14 Voltage supply fault
RXOTRXFC2A15 VSWR/output power supervision lost
RXOTRXFC2A16 Non-volatile memory corrupted
RXOTRXFC2A18 DSP fault
RXOTRXFC2A19 High frequency software fault
RXOTRXFC2A2 RX configuration table checksum fault
RXOTRXFC2A20 RX initiation fault
RXOTRXFC2A21 TX initiation fault
RXOTRXFC2A22 CDU bus communication fault
RXOTRXFC2A23 Default values used
RXOTRXFC2A25 TX maximum power restricted
RXOTRXFC2A3 RX synthesizer unlocked
RXOTRXFC2A4 RX internal voltage fault
RXOTRXFC2A5 Astra Dixie communication fault
RXOTRXFC2A6 Astra Tracy communication fault
RXOTRXFC2A7 TX EEPROM checksum fault
RXOTRXFC2A8 TX configuration table checksum fault
RXOTRXFC2A9 TX synthesizer unlocked
RXOTRXRU0 TRU
RXOTRXRU10 CDU to TRU PFWD cable
RXOTRXRU11 CDU to TRU PREFL cable
RXOTRXRU12 CDU to TRU RXA cable
RXOTRXRU13 CDU to TRU RXB cable
RXOTSFC1B3 TRA/PCU (Remote Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost)
RXOTXFC1A0 TX Offending
RXOTXFC1B0 CU/CDU Not Usable
RXOTXFC1B1 CDU/Combiner VSWR Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B10 Astra Tracy Communication Fault
RXOTXFC1B11 TX Internal Voltage Fault
RXOTXFC1B12 TX High Temperature
RXOTXFC1B13 TX Outpu Power Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B14 TX Saturation
RXOTXFC1B17 TX Indication Fault
RXOTXFC1B18 CU/CDU HW Fault
RXOTXFC1B19 CU/CDU SW Load/Start Fault
RXOTXFC1B2 CDU Output Power Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B20 CU/CDU Input Power Fault
RXOTXFC1B21 CU/CDU Park Fault
RXOTXFC1B22 VSWR/Output Power Supervision Lost
RXOTXFC1B23 CU/CDU Reset, Power On
RXOTXFC1B24 CU/CDU Reset, Communication Fault
RXOTXFC1B25 CU/CDU Reset, Watchdog
RXOTXFC1B26 CU/CDU Fine Tuning Fault
RXOTXFC1B27 TX Max Power Restricted
RXOTXFC1B28 CDU High Temperature
RXOTXFC1B29 SCU Voltage Supply Fault
RXOTXFC1B4 TX Antenna VSWR Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B47 TX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXOTXFC1B6 TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXOTXFC1B7 TX Config Table Checksum Fault
RXOTXFC1B8 TX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
RXOTXFC1B9 TX Synthesizer C Unlocked
RXOTXFC2A1 TX Diversity Fault
FAULT CODE ALARM 6000
RXOCFFC1A0 Reset, Automatic Recovery
RXOCFFC1A15 IDB Corrupted
RXOCFFC1A16 RU Database Corrupted
RXOCFFC1A17 HW and IDB Inconsistent
RXOCFFC1A18 Internal Configuration Failed
RXOCFFC1A19 HW and SW Inconsistent
RXOCFFC1A21 HW Fault
RXOCFFC1A22 Air Time Counter Lost
RXOCFFC1A24 Temperature Close to Destructive Limit
RXOCFFC1A1 Reset, Power On
RXOCFFC1A2 Reset, Switch
RXOCFFC1A3 Reset, Watchdog
RXOCFFC1A4 Reset, SW Fault
RXOCFFC1A5 Reset, RAM Fault
RXOCFFC1A6 Reset, Internal Function Change
RXOCFFC1A8 Timing Unit VCO Fault
RXOCFFC1A9 Timing Bus Fault
RXOCFFC2A8 VSWR Limits Exceeded
RXOCFFC2A26 Climate Sensor Fault
RXOCFFC2A30 Bus Fault
RXOCFFC2A31 High Frequency of Software Fault
RXOCFFC2A33 RX Diversity Lost
RXOCFFC2A34 Output Voltage Fault
RXOCFFC2A36 RU Database Corrupted
RXOCFFC2A38 Default Values Used
RXOCFFC2A41 Lost Communication to TRU
RXOCFFC2A43 Internal Configuration Failed
RXOCFFC2A45 High Temperature
RXOCFFC2A12 RX Maxgain/Mingain Violated
RXOCFFC2A46 DB Parameter Fault
RXOCFFC2A47 Antenna Hopping Failure
RXOCFFC2A48 GPS Synch Fault
RXOCFFC2A50 RBS Running on Battery
RXOCFFC2A51 TMA Supervision/Communications Lost
RXOCFFC2A53 HW and IDB Inconsistent
RXOCFFC2A54 Timing Bus Fault
RXOCFFC2A57 RX Path Imbalance
RXOCFFC2A58 Disconnected
RXOCFFC2A59 Operating Temperature Too High, Main Load
RXOCFFC2A13 Timing Unit VCO Ageing
RXOCFFC2A60 Operating Temperature Too High, Battery
RXOCFFC2A61 Operating Temperature Too High, Capacity Reduced
RXOCFFC2A62 Operating Temperature Too Low, Capacity Reduced
RXOCFFC2A63 Operating Temperature Too High, No Service
RXOCFFC2A64 Operating Temperature Too Low, Communication
RXOCFFC2A65 Battery Voltage Too Low, Main Load Disconnected
RXOCFFC2A66 Battery Voltage Too Low, Prio Load Disconnected
RXOCFFC2A67 System Undervoltage
RXOCFFC2A68 System Overvoltage
RXOCFFC2A69 Cabinet Product Data Mismatch
RXOCFFC2A16 Indoor Temp Out of Normal Conditional Range
RXOCFFC2A70 Battery Missing
RXOCFFC2A71 Low Battery Capacity
RXOCFFC2A72 Software Load of RUS Failed
RXOCFFC2A73 Degraded or Lost Communication to Radio Unit
RXOCFFC2A79 Configuration Fault of CPRI System
RXOCFFC2A80 Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
RXOCFFC2A81 Primary Node Disconnected
RXOCFFC2A82 Radio Unit Incompatible
RXOCFFC2A19 Power and Climate System in Standalone Mode
RXOCFFC2A22 Battery Backup Capacity Reduced
RXOCFFC2A23 Climate Capacity Reduced
RXOCFFC2A24 HW Fault
RXOCFFC2A25 Loadfile Missing in DXU or ECU
RXOCFFC12 LMT (BTS Locally Disconnected)
RXOCFFC14 L/R SWI (BTS in Local Mode)
RXOCFFC15 L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
RXOCFFC19 Smoke Alarm
RXOCFFC23 Smoke Alarm Faulty
RXOCFFC26 O&M Link Disturbed
RXOCFFC29 RBS DOOR (RBS Cabinet Door Open)
RXOCFFC211 ALNA/TMA Fault
RXOCFFC212 ALNA/TMA Degraded
RXOCFFC213 Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXOTRXFC1A0 Reset, Automatic Recovery
RXOTRXFC1A10 RX Communication Fault
RXOTRXFC1A11 DSP CPU Communication Fault
RXOTRXFC1A12 Terrestrial Traffic Channel Fault
RXOTRXFC1A13 RF Loop Test Fault
RXOTRXFC1A14 RU Database Corrupted
RXOTRXFC1A19 Reset, DXU Link Lost
RXOTRXFC1A20 HW and IDB Inconsistent
RXOTRXFC1A21 Internal Configuration Failed
RXOTRXFC1A22 Voltage Supply Fault
RXOTRXFC1A23 Air Time Counter Lost
RXOTRXFC1A1 Reset, Power On
RXOTRXFC1A24 High Temperature
RXOTRXFC1A25 TX/RX Communication Fault
RXOTRXFC1A26 Radio Control System Load
RXOTRXFC1A27 Traffic Lost Downlink
RXOTRXFC1A28 Traffic Lost Uplink
RXOTRXFC1A29 Y Link Communication HW Fault
RXOTRXFC1A30 DSP RAM Soft Error
RXOTRXFC1A31 Memory Fault
RXOTRXFC1A32 UC/HC Switch Card/Cable Missing or Corrupted
RXOTRXFC1A33 Low Temperature
RXOTRXFC1A2 Reset, Switch
RXOTRXFC1A34 Radio Unit HW Fault
RXOTRXFC1A35 Radio Unit Fault
RXOTRXFC1A36 Lost Communication to Radio Unit
RXOTRXFC1A3 Reset, Watchdog
RXOTRXFC1A4 Reset, SW Fault
RXOTRXFC1A5 Reset, RAM Fault
RXOTRXFC1A6 Reset, Internal Function Change
RXOTRXFC1A8 Timing Reception Fault
RXOTRXFC1A9 Signal Processing Fault
RXOTRXFC1B8 Y Link Communication Fault
RXOTRXFC1B9 Y Link Communication Lost
RXOTRXFC1B10 Timing Reception Fault
RXOTRXFC2A0 RX Cable Disconnected
RXOTRXFC2A13 TX Saturation
RXOTRXFC2A14 Voltage Supply Fault
RXOTRXFC2A17 Loadfile Missing in TRU
RXOTRXFC2A18 DSP Fault
RXOTRXFC2A19 High Frequency of Software Fault
RXOTRXFC2A20 RX Initiation Fault
RXOTRXFC2A21 TX Initiation Fault
RXOTRXFC2A23 Default Values Used
RXOTRXFC2A24 Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
RXOTRXFC2A25 TX Max Power Restricted
RXOTRXFC2A1 RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXOTRXFC2A26 DB Parameter Fault
RXOTRXFC2A29 Power Amplifier Fault
RXOTRXFC2A33 Inter TRX Communication Fault
RXOTRXFC2A36 RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
RXOTRXFC2A39 RF Loop Test Fault, Degraded RX
RXOTRXFC2A40 Memory Fault
RXOTRXFC2A42 UC/HC Switch Card/Cable and IDB Inconsistent
RXOTRXFC2A44 TX Low Temperature
RXOTRXFC2A45 Radio Unit HW Fault
RXOTRXFC2A46 Traffic Performance Uplink
RXOTRXFC2A3 RX Synthesizer Unlocked
RXOTRXFC2A47 Internal Configuration Failed
RXOTRXFC2A4 RX Internal Voltage Fault
RXOTRXFC2A7 TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXOTRXFC2A9 TX Synthesizer Unlocked
RXOTRXFC2A10 TX Internal Voltage Fault
RXOTRXFC2A11 TX High Temperature
RXOTRXFC2A12 TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
RXOTRXFCC14 L/R SWI (TRU in Local Mode)
RXOTRXFCC15 L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
RXOTRXFCC216 TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC228 TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC229 TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC230 TS3 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC232 TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC233 TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC234 TS4 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC236 TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC237 TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC238 TS5 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC240 TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC217 TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC241 TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC242 TS6 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC244 TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC245 TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC246 TS7 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC218 TS0 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC220 TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC221 TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC222 TS1 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTRXFCC224 TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
RXOTRXFCC225 TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
RXOTRXFCC226 TS2 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
RXOTXFC1A2 UC/HC Switch Inconsistent with IDB
RXOTXFC1B4 TX Antenna VSWR Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B27 TX Max Power Restricted
RXOTXFC1B31 Power Amplifier Fault
RXOTXFC1B32 TX Low Temperature
RXOTXFC1B35 RX Path Imbalance
RXOTXFC1B36 Radio Unit HW Fault
RXOTXFC1B47 TX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXOTXFC1B6 TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXOTXFC1B8 TX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
RXOTXFC1B9 TX Synthesizer C Unlocked
RXOTXFC1B11 TX Internal Voltage Fault
RXOTXFC1B12 TX High Temperature
RXOTXFC1B13 TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
RXOTXFC1B14 TX Saturation
RXOTXFC1B17 TX Initiation Fault
RXORXFC1B0 RX Internal Amplifier Fault
RXORXFC1B17 TMA Supervision Fault
RXORXFC1B19 RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
RXORXFC1B20 RX Cable Supervision Lost
RXORXFC1B21 Traffic Lost Uplink
RXORXFC1B22 Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
RXORXFC1B23 Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
RXORXFC1B47 RX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
RXORXFC1B1 ALNA/TMA Fault
RXORXFC1B3 RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
RXORXFC1B5 RX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
RXORXFC1B6 RX Synthesizer C Unlocked
RXORXFC1B8 RX Internal Voltage Fault
RXORXFC1B9 RX Cable Disconnected
RXORXFC1B10 RX Initiation Fault
RXORXFC1B12 TMA CM Output Voltage Fault
RXORXFC2A1 RX Path Lost on A Receiver Side
RXORXFC2A2 RX Path Lost on B Receiver Side
RXORXFC2A3 RX Path Lost on C Receiver Side
RXORXFC2A4 RX Path Lost on D Receiver Side
RXORXFC2A5 RX Path A Imbalance
RXORXFC2A6 RX Path B Imbalance
RXORXFC2A7 RX Path C Imbalance
RXORXFC2A8 RX Path D Imbalance
RXOTFFC1A0 Temperature Below Operational Limit
RXOTFFC1A1 Temperature Above Operational Limit
RXOTFFC1B2 GPS Synch Fault
RXOTFFC2A0 Frame Start Offset Fault
RXOTFFCC10 EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
RXOTFFCC11 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
RXOTFFCC16 EXT CFG (Multiple Timing Masters)
RXOTFFCC17 EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
RXOTFFCC20 EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
RXOTFFCC21 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
RXOTFFCC27 EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
FAULT CODE ALARM 6000 ORIGINAL
SO CF I1A:0 Reset, Automatic Recovery
SO CF I1A:15 IDB Corrupted
SO CF I1A:16 RU Database Corrupted
SO CF I1A:17 HW and IDB Inconsistent
SO CF I1A:18 Internal Configuration Failed
SO CF I1A:19 HW and SW Inconsistent
SO CF I1A:21 HW Fault
SO CF I1A:22 Air Time Counter Lost
SO CF I1A:24 Temperature Close to Destructive Limit
SO CF I1A:1 Reset, Power On
SO CF I1A:2 Reset, Switch
SO CF I1A:3 Reset, Watchdog
SO CF I1A:4 Reset, SW Fault
SO CF I1A:5 Reset, RAM Fault
SO CF I1A:6 Reset, Internal Function Change
SO CF I1A:8 Timing Unit VCO Fault
SO CF I1A:9 Timing Bus Fault
SO CF I2A:8 VSWR Limits Exceeded
SO CF I2A:26 Climate Sensor Fault
SO CF I2A:30 Bus Fault
SO CF I2A:31 High Frequency of Software Fault
SO CF I2A:33 RX Diversity Lost
SO CF I2A:34 Output Voltage Fault
SO CF I2A:36 RU Database Corrupted
SO CF I2A:38 Default Values Used
SO CF I2A:41 Lost Communication to TRU
SO CF I2A:43 Internal Configuration Failed
SO CF I2A:45 High Temperature
SO CF I2A:12 RX Maxgain/Mingain Violated
SO CF I2A:46 DB Parameter Fault
SO CF I2A:47 Antenna Hopping Failure
SO CF I2A:48 GPS Synch Fault
SO CF I2A:50 RBS Running on Battery
SO CF I2A:51 TMA Supervision/Communications Lost
SO CF I2A:53 HW and IDB Inconsistent
SO CF I2A:54 Timing Bus Fault
SO CF I2A:57 RX Path Imbalance
SO CF I2A:58 Disconnected
SO CF I2A:59 Operating Temperature Too High, Main Load
SO CF I2A:13 Timing Unit VCO Ageing
SO CF I2A:60 Operating Temperature Too High, Battery
SO CF I2A:61 Operating Temperature Too High, Capacity Reduced
SO CF I2A:62 Operating Temperature Too Low, Capacity Reduced
SO CF I2A:63 Operating Temperature Too High, No Service
SO CF I2A:64 Operating Temperature Too Low, Communication
SO CF I2A:65 Battery Voltage Too Low, Main Load Disconnected
SO CF I2A:66 Battery Voltage Too Low, Prio Load Disconnected
SO CF I2A:67 System Undervoltage
SO CF I2A:68 System Overvoltage
SO CF I2A:69 Cabinet Product Data Mismatch
SO CF I2A:16 Indoor Temp Out of Normal Conditional Range
SO CF I2A:70 Battery Missing
SO CF I2A:71 Low Battery Capacity
SO CF I2A:72 Software Load of RUS Failed
SO CF I2A:73 Degraded or Lost Communication to Radio Unit
SO CF I2A:79 Configuration Fault of CPRI System
SO CF I2A:80 Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
SO CF I2A:81 Primary Node Disconnected
SO CF I2A:82 Radio Unit Incompatible
SO CF I2A:19 Power and Climate System in Standalone Mode
SO CF I2A:22 Battery Backup Capacity Reduced
SO CF I2A:23 Climate Capacity Reduced
SO CF I2A:24 HW Fault
SO CF I2A:25 Loadfile Missing in DXU or ECU
SO CF EC1:2 LMT (BTS Locally Disconnected)
SO CF EC1:4 L/R SWI (BTS in Local Mode)
SO CF EC1:5 L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
SO CF EC1:9 Smoke Alarm
SO CF EC2:3 Smoke Alarm Faulty
SO CF EC2:6 O&M Link Disturbed
SO CF EC2:9 RBS DOOR (RBS Cabinet Door Open)
SO CF EC2:11 ALNA/TMA Fault
SO CF EC2:12 ALNA/TMA Degraded
SO CF EC2:13 Auxiliary Equipment Fault
SO TRXC I1A:0 Reset, Automatic Recovery
SO TRXC I1A:10 RX Communication Fault
SO TRXC I1A:11 DSP CPU Communication Fault
SO TRXC I1A:12 Terrestrial Traffic Channel Fault
SO TRXC I1A:13 RF Loop Test Fault
SO TRXC I1A:14 RU Database Corrupted
SO TRXC I1A:19 Reset, DXU Link Lost
SO TRXC I1A:20 HW and IDB Inconsistent
SO TRXC I1A:21 Internal Configuration Failed
SO TRXC I1A:22 Voltage Supply Fault
SO TRXC I1A:23 Air Time Counter Lost
SO TRXC I1A:1 Reset, Power On
SO TRXC I1A:24 High Temperature
SO TRXC I1A:25 TX/RX Communication Fault
SO TRXC I1A:26 Radio Control System Load
SO TRXC I1A:27 Traffic Lost Downlink
SO TRXC I1A:28 Traffic Lost Uplink
SO TRXC I1A:29 Y Link Communication HW Fault
SO TRXC I1A:30 DSP RAM Soft Error
SO TRXC I1A:31 Memory Fault
SO TRXC I1A:32 UC/HC Switch Card/Cable Missing or Corrupted
SO TRXC I1A:33 Low Temperature
SO TRXC I1A:2 Reset, Switch
SO TRXC I1A:34 Radio Unit HW Fault
SO TRXC I1A:35 Radio Unit Fault
SO TRXC I1A:36 Lost Communication to Radio Unit
SO TRXC I1A:3 Reset, Watchdog
SO TRXC I1A:4 Reset, SW Fault
SO TRXC I1A:5 Reset, RAM Fault
SO TRXC I1A:6 Reset, Internal Function Change
SO TRXC I1A:8 Timing Reception Fault
SO TRXC I1A:9 Signal Processing Fault
SO TRXC I1B:8 Y Link Communication Fault
SO TRXC I1B:9 Y Link Communication Lost
SO TRXC I1B:10 Timing Reception Fault
SO TRXC I2A:0 RX Cable Disconnected
SO TRXC I2A:13 TX Saturation
SO TRXC I2A:14 Voltage Supply Fault
SO TRXC I2A:17 Loadfile Missing in TRU
SO TRXC I2A:18 DSP Fault
SO TRXC I2A:19 High Frequency of Software Fault
SO TRXC I2A:20 RX Initiation Fault
SO TRXC I2A:21 TX Initiation Fault
SO TRXC I2A:23 Default Values Used
SO TRXC I2A:24 Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
SO TRXC I2A:25 TX Max Power Restricted
SO TRXC I2A:1 RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
SO TRXC I2A:26 DB Parameter Fault
SO TRXC I2A:29 Power Amplifier Fault
SO TRXC I2A:33 Inter TRX Communication Fault
SO TRXC I2A:36 RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
SO TRXC I2A:39 RF Loop Test Fault, Degraded RX
SO TRXC I2A:40 Memory Fault
SO TRXC I2A:42 UC/HC Switch Card/Cable and IDB Inconsistent
SO TRXC I2A:44 TX Low Temperature
SO TRXC I2A:45 Radio Unit HW Fault
SO TRXC I2A:46 Traffic Performance Uplink
SO TRXC I2A:3 RX Synthesizer Unlocked
SO TRXC I2A:47 Internal Configuration Failed
SO TRXC I2A:4 RX Internal Voltage Fault
SO TRXC I2A:7 TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
SO TRXC I2A:9 TX Synthesizer Unlocked
SO TRXC I2A:10 TX Internal Voltage Fault
SO TRXC I2A:11 TX High Temperature
SO TRXC I2A:12 TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
SO TRXC EC1:4 L/R SWI (TRU in Local Mode)
SO TRXC EC1:5 L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
SO TRXC EC2:16 TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:28 TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:29 TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:30 TS3 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:32 TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:33 TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:34 TS4 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:36 TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:37 TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:38 TS5 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:40 TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:17 TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:41 TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:42 TS6 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:44 TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:45 TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:46 TS7 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:18 TS0 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:20 TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:21 TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:22 TS1 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
SO TRXC EC2:24 TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
SO TRXC EC2:25 TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
SO TRXC EC2:26 TS2 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
AO TX I1A:2 UC/HC Switch Inconsistent with IDB
AO TX I1B:4 TX Antenna VSWR Limits Exceeded
AO TX I1B:27 TX Max Power Restricted
AO TX I1B:31 Power Amplifier Fault
AO TX I1B:32 TX Low Temperature
AO TX I1B:35 RX Path Imbalance
AO TX I1B:36 Radio Unit HW Fault
AO TX I1B:47 TX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
AO TX I1B:6 TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
AO TX I1B:8 TX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
AO TX I1B:9 TX Synthesizer C Unlocked
AO TX I1B:11 TX Internal Voltage Fault
AO TX I1B:12 TX High Temperature
AO TX I1B:13 TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
AO TX I1B:14 TX Saturation
AO TX I1B:17 TX Initiation Fault
AO RX I1B:0 RX Internal Amplifier Fault
AO RX I1B:17 TMA Supervision Fault
AO RX I1B:19 RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
AO RX I1B:20 RX Cable Supervision Lost
AO RX I1B:21 Traffic Lost Uplink
AO RX I1B:22 Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
AO RX I1B:23 Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
AO RX I1B:47 RX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
AO RX I1B:1 ALNA/TMA Fault
AO RX I1B:3 RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
AO RX I1B:5 RX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
AO RX I1B:6 RX Synthesizer C Unlocked
AO RX I1B:8 RX Internal Voltage Fault
AO RX I1B:9 RX Cable Disconnected
AO RX I1B:10 RX Initiation Fault
AO RX I1B:12 TMA CM Output Voltage Fault
AO RX I2A:1 RX Path Lost on A Receiver Side
AO RX I2A:2 RX Path Lost on B Receiver Side
AO RX I2A:3 RX Path Lost on C Receiver Side
AO RX I2A:4 RX Path Lost on D Receiver Side
AO RX I2A:5 RX Path A Imbalance
AO RX I2A:6 RX Path B Imbalance
AO RX I2A:7 RX Path C Imbalance
AO RX I2A:8 RX Path D Imbalance
AO TF I1A:0 Temperature Below Operational Limit
AO TF I1A:1 Temperature Above Operational Limit
AO TF I1B:2 GPS Synch Fault
AO TF I2A:0 Frame Start Offset Fault
AO TF EC1:0 EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
AO TF EC1:1 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
AO TF EC1:6 EXT CFG (Multiple Timing Masters)
AO TF EC1:7 EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
AO TF EC2:0 EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
AO TF EC2:1 PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
AO TF EC2:7 EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
FULT CODE 6000 PROCEDIMENTO
REVISAR EQUIPAMENTO DE TRANSMISSION
REINSTALAR / CREAR IDB
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
CREAR NUEVA IDB PARA EL RBS
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG, REINSTALAR IDB
DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
REINSTALAR SOFTWARE DE LA BTS
REINSTALAR SOFTWARE DE LA BTS
CAMBIAR DUG
ALARMA INFORMATIVO
REVISAR SINCRONISMO / RESTART/REPLACE DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO / MIRAR LIMITES DEFENIDOS EN IDB / RESET RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR SENSOR DE TEMPERATURA
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG, REINSTALAR IDB
REINSTALAR IDB / DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
VERIFICAR VALORES DEFINIDOS EN BSC, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR ANTENNA
VERIFICAR CONECCIONES DE JUMPER / RESETEAR DUG / VERIFICAR INJECTORES
VERIFICAR RU Y SU COMUNICACION / REPLACE RU Y RESETEAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG, REINSTALAR IDB
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR LIMITES DE TEMPERATURA DE BATERIA EN LA IDB / VERICAR SENSOR
VERIFICAR IDB Y LOS VALORES DEFENIDOS Y SE POSSIBLE VERIFICAR VALORES RX CABLE/DISTRIBUIDOR IN IDB, TMA LOSS = -TMA GAIN
VERIFICAR RU Y SU COMUNICACION / REPLACE RU Y RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR CONFIGURACION EN EL BSC DE ANTENNA HOPPING
VERIFICAR CABLEADO / DEFENIR PARAMETROS TF SYNCSRC = DEFAULT EN BSC
VERIFICAR ALMINETACION EXTERNA / VERIFICAR PSUS
VERIFICAR LIMITES TMA-CMs DEFENIDOS EN IDB, RESETEAR DUG
CREAR NUEVA IDB PARA EL RBS / RESETEAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR LIMITES DEFINIDOS / VERIFICAR SISTEMA RADIANTE / RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR CABLE ENRE EC bus / VERICAR TODO HARDWARE / CAMBIAR HUB/SHU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PDU
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
VERIFICAR LIMITES DE ALARMAS / MEDIR VOLTAGEN / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
MEDIR VOLTAGEN POR PORTO DE PDU / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR PSU
ACRESCENTAR VALORES DE CABINET EN DESCRICION DE IDB
VERIFICAR PLATO DE ANTENNA / SISTEMA DE A/A / VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE RRU
VERIFICAR CONECCION DE BATERIA / VERIFICAR CABLEADO / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR BFU
TESTAR BATERIAS / VERIFICAR / CAMBIAR BATERIAS
CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS PARA VERSION SUPORTADA EN GSM / REINSTALAR / CREAR IDB
VERIFICAR CONECTORES / RESETEAR O CAMBIAR EL RUU/RRUS QUE NO COMUNICA COM EL DUG RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR VALORES DEFINIDOS EN BSC / VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA / VERIFICAR ANTENNA / REINSTALAR IDB / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
RESETEAR DUG / RESETEAR DU
CAMBIAR EL RADIO UNIT COM A GSM COMPATIBLE RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR QUE RU ESTA ALARMADA, DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR, VERIFICAR CABLEADO, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR CONEXION DE BATERIA / VERIFICAR CABLEADO / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR BFU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA
VERIFICAR HARDWARE ALARMADA, DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR, VERIFICAR CABLEADO, RESETEAR, VERIFICAR ENERGIA
DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION,CAMBIAR TARGETA DE MEMORIA DEL DUG
PASSAR DUG A MODO DE MANTENIMENTO PULSANDO EL BUTON Y CAMBIER LOCAL/REMOTO EN OMT SOBRE IP
PASSAR DUG A MODO DE MANTENIMENTO PULSANDO EL BUTON Y CAMBIER LOCAL/REMOTO EN OMT SOBRE IP
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
VERIFICAR SE ES REAL, CAMBIAR PLACAS DANIFICADAS, SE ES FALSA CAMBIAR EL SENSOR DE FUMO
CAMBIAR Y TESTAR EL SENSOR DE FUMO
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
VERIFICAR Y AJUSTAR LA PUERTA DEL CABINET O CAMBIARLA
VERIFICAR LIMITES DEFINIDOS EN EL IDB, DESCONECTAR FONTE DE ENERGIA DE ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR CONECTORES, CAMBIAR ALNA/TMA
VERIFICAR LIMIDES DE SUPERVISION DEFINIDOS EN IDB, VERIFICAR CONECTORES, CAMBIAR ALNA/TMA
VERIFICAR CABLEADO ARAE Y SU EQUIPAMENTO AUXILIAR
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG/RU/RRUS O RUG
VERIFICAR CABLE DE TX, RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
DEPENDENDO CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG O RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
REINSTALAR IDB / DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
VERIFICAR TODO EL HARDWARE EN IDB Y RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS/DUG O CAMBIAR RUG/RUS/RRUS/DUG
DESLIGAR Y LIGAR EL RUG / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR TODO SISTEMA FREE-COOLING Y TESTAR, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO CONECTADO A SWITCH SE SEGUIR CAMBIAR EL RUG
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
INDENTIFICAR UNIDADE ALARMADA, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR UNIDADE ALARMADA
INDENTIFICAR UNIDADE ALARMADA, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR UNIDADE ALARMADA
INDENTIFICAR UNIDADE ALARMADA, VERIFICAR SU CABLEADO, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR UNIDADE ALARMADA
REINSTALAR IDB / DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
REINSTALAR IDB / DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
VERIFICAR CABLES DE RX, CAMBIAR CABLES ESTROPIADOS, VERIFICAR CONEXION ENTRE RX Y RUGS, RUS Y RRUS
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR EL RUG ALARMADA / CAMBIAR RUG
DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DESCARREGAR SOFTWARE CON NUEVA VERSION
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
RESETEAR DUG O RUG, CREAR NUEVA IDB Y INSTALAR
VERIFICAR CABLES DE DISTRIBUICION CONECTADOS A LOS PORTOS ALNA/TMA, DESCONECTAR ENERGIA DE RUS, CAMBIAR RUS
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUG O DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
PROBLEMA DE COMUNICACION ENTRE TRXs O ESTA DEGRADADA
RESETEAR RUG, SUBSTITUIR SOFTWARE, CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR DE CABLES DE TX, RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR EL CABLE UC/HC SWITCH / CREAR NUEVA IDB
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUS/RRUS
CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
SE ACOMPANADO DE SO TRXC RU:0 CAMBIAR EL DUG
VERIFICAR IDB Y RESETEAR RUG
RESETAR BTS
CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR RUG, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUG O DUG
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, RESETEAR/CAMBEAR RUG
PINCHAR EL BUTTON DE MODO MANTENIMENTO
ALARMA INFORMATIVA
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
FALLO PROBABLE DE ABIS TRANSMISSION PARA EL BSC
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR EL CABLE UC/HC SWITCH / CREAR NUEVA IDB
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, RESETEAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR Y TESTAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE NO HAY FUGAS, RESETAR RUG/DUG
RESETEAR / CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR Y TESTAR SISTEMA DE CLMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE NO HAY FUGAS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR CABLE DE CONECCION ARAE Y VERIFICAR SUS DEFINICION EN IDB, VERIFICAR SU EQUIPAMENTO AUXILIAR
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR RUG, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR Y TESTAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE NO HAY FUGAS, RESETAR RUG/DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX DE RUG Y SUS CONECTORES, RESTEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR DEFINICIONES TMA-CMs EN IDB / MODIFICAR IDB, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR SOFTWARE DE RBS, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, RESETEAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR CONECTORES DE RUS/RRUS, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB, RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX Y ALIMENTADORES, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX Y ALIMENTADORES, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR CABLEADO ARAE Y SU EQUIPAMENTO AUXILIAR
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
RESETAR / CAMBIAR RUG
DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR RUG, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO ENTRE RUGs, RUSs Y RRUSs, RECONECAR CABLEADO RX OU CAMBIAR
DEPENDENDO DE CONFIGURACION, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG O RUG
VERIFICAR INJECTORES, VERIFICAR CONECTORES EN PORTOS DE ALNA/TMA, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR QUAL ES EL RU AFECTADA Y CAMBIARLA, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR QUAL ES EL RU AFECTADA Y CAMBIARLA, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR TODAS RUSs/RRUSs, VERIFICAR SU DEFINICIONES EN IDB, VERIFICAR CALBE QUE CONECTA A DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX Y ALIMENTADORES, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA
VERIFICAR CABLEADO / DEFENIR PARAMETROS TF SYNCSRC = DEFAULT EN BSC
BLOQUEAR Y DESBLOQUEAR EL tf, VERIFICAR SE ANTENNA DE GPS ESTA BIEN POSICIONADA, VERIFICAR CONEXION COM EL DUG
RESETEAR BTS, VERIFICAR QUE PLACA ESTA LEVANDO SINCRONISMO
VERIFICAR QUALIDAD DE DIP EN BSC, VERIFICAR LIMITES DE TX EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR EL CONEXION DE CF ENTRE EL BSC, VERIFICAR CONFIGURACION DE TG, VERIFICAR CABLEADO ESB
VERIFICAR CABLEADO ESB Y CONECTORES
RESETEAR BTS, VERIFICAR QUE PLACA ESTA LEVANDO SINCRONISMO
VERIFICAR QUALIDAD DE DIP EN BSC, VERIFICAR LIMITES DE TX EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO ESB Y CONECTORES
VERIFICAR IDB Y LOS VALORES DEFENIDOS Y SE POSSIBLE VERIFICAR VALORES RX CABLE/DISTRIBUIDOR IN IDB, TMA LOSS = -TMA GAIN
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PDU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR PSU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
REVISAR ALARMAS EXTERNAS Y TUDO QUE PUEDE ALTERAR TEMPERATURA / RESETEAR / CAMBIAR BFU
VERIFICAR CONECTORES / RESETEAR O CAMBIAR EL RUU/RRUS QUE NO COMUNICA COM EL DUG RESETEAR / CAMBIAR DUG
VERIFICAR VALORES DEFINIDOS EN BSC / VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA / VERIFICAR ANTENNA / REINSTALAR IDB / RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR QUE RU ESTA ALARMADA, DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR, VERIFICAR CABLEADO, RESETEAR DUG
VERIFICAR HARDWARE ALARMADA, DESCONECTAR Y CONECTAR, VERIFICAR CABLEADO, RESETEAR, VERIFICAR ENERGIA
PASSAR DUG A MODO DE MANTENIMENTO PULSANDO EL BUTON Y CAMBIER LOCAL/REMOTO EN OMT SOBRE IP
PASSAR DUG A MODO DE MANTENIMENTO PULSANDO EL BUTON Y CAMBIER LOCAL/REMOTO EN OMT SOBRE IP
VERIFICAR LIMITES DEFINIDOS EN EL IDB, DESCONECTAR FONTE DE ENERGIA DE ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR CONECTORES, CAMBIAR ALNA/TMA
VERIFICAR TODO EL HARDWARE EN IDB Y RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS/DUG O CAMBIAR RUG/RUS/RRUS/DUG
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
INDENTIFICAR UNIDADE ALARMADA, VERIFICAR SU CABLEADO, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR UNIDADE ALARMADA
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR SE TODAS LAS RUG ESTAN CONECTADAS A Y CABLE, VERIFICAR EL CABLE, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUG
VERIFICAR CABLES DE RX, CAMBIAR CABLES ESTROPIADOS, VERIFICAR CONEXION ENTRE RX Y RUGS, RUS Y RRUS
VERIFICAR CABLES DE DISTRIBUICION CONECTADOS A LOS PORTOS ALNA/TMA, DESCONECTAR ENERGIA DE RUS, CAMBIAR RUS
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUG O DUG
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR SISTEMA DE CLIMATIZACION, VERIFICAR SE HAY CABLES ESTROPEADOS, RESETEAR RUG O DUG
VERIFICAR CABLE DE CONECCION ARAE Y VERIFICAR SUS DEFINICION EN IDB, VERIFICAR SU EQUIPAMENTO AUXILIAR
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX Y ALIMENTADORES, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TODAS RUSs/RRUSs, VERIFICAR SU DEFINICIONES EN IDB, VERIFICAR CALBE QUE CONECTA A DUG
VERIFICAR CABLEADO DE TX Y ALIMENTADORES, VERIFICAR ALNA/TMA, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB, RESETEAR/CAMBIAR RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
VERIFICAR TX Y SU CABLEADO, VERIFICAR LIMITES EN IDB DE CADA ANTENNA, VERIFICAR SE HAY ROE, RESETEAR RUG/RUS/RRUS
BLOQUEAR Y DESBLOQUEAR EL tf, VERIFICAR SE ANTENNA DE GPS ESTA BIEN POSICIONADA, VERIFICAR CONEXION COM EL DUG
VERIFICAR EL CONEXION DE CF ENTRE EL BSC, VERIFICAR CONFIGURACION DE TG, VERIFICAR CABLEADO ESB
3.1.1 SO CF I1A:0 - Reset, Automatic Recovery
3.1.10 SO CF I1A:15 - IDB Corrupted
3.1.11 SO CF I1A:16 - RU Database Corrupted
3.1.12 SO CF I1A:17 - HW and IDB Inconsistent
3.1.13 SO CF I1A:18 - Internal Configuration Failed
3.1.14 SO CF I1A:19 - HW and SW Inconsistent
3.1.15 SO CF I1A:21 - HW Fault
3.1.16 SO CF I1A:22 - Air Time Counter Lost
3.1.17 SO CF I1A:24 - Temperature Close to Destructive Limit
3.1.2 SO CF I1A:1 - Reset, Power On
3.1.3 SO CF I1A:2 - Reset, Switch
3.1.4 SO CF I1A:3 - Reset, Watchdog
3.1.5 SO CF I1A:4 - Reset, SW Fault
3.1.6 SO CF I1A:5 - Reset, RAM Fault
3.1.7 SO CF I1A:6 - Reset, Internal Function Change
3.1.8 SO CF I1A:8 - Timing Unit VCO Fault
3.1.9 SO CF I1A:9 - Timing Bus Fault
3.2 SO CF Internal Fault Map Class 2A
3.2 SO CF Internal Fault Map Class 2A 9
3.2.1 SO CF I2A:8 - VSWR Limits Exceeded
3.2.10 SO CF I2A:26 - Climate Sensor Fault
3.2.11 SO CF I2A:30 - Bus Fault
3.2.12 SO CF I2A:31 - High Frequency of Software Fault
3.2.13 SO CF I2A:33 - RX Diversity Lost
3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
3.2.15 SO CF I2A:36 - RU Database Corrupted
3.2.16 SO CF I2A:38 - Default Values Used
3.2.17 SO CF I2A:41 - Lost Communication to TRU
3.2.18 SO CF I2A:43 - Internal Configuration Failed
3.2.19 SO CF I2A:45 - High Temperature
3.2.2 SO CF I2A:12 - RX Maxgain/Mingain Violated
3.2.20 SO CF I2A:46 - DB Parameter Fault
3.2.21 SO CF I2A:47 - Antenna Hopping Failure
3.2.22 SO CF I2A:48 - GPS Synch Fault
3.2.23 SO CF I2A:50 - RBS Running on Battery
3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Communications Lost
3.2.25 SO CF I2A:53 - HW and IDB Inconsistent
3.2.26 SO CF I2A:54 - Timing Bus Fault
3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance
3.2.28 SO CF I2A:58 - Disconnected
3.2.29 SO CF I2A:59 - Operating Temperature Too High, Main Load
3.2.3 SO CF I2A:13 - Timing Unit VCO Ageing
3.2.30 SO CF I2A:60 - Operating Temperature Too High, Battery
3.2.31 SO CF I2A:61 - Operating Temperature Too High, Capacity Reduced
3.2.32 SO CF I2A:62 - Operating Temperature Too Low, Capacity Reduced
3.2.33 SO CF I2A:63 - Operating Temperature Too High, No Service
3.2.34 SO CF I2A:64 - Operating Temperature Too Low, Communication
3.2.35 SO CF I2A:65 - Battery Voltage Too Low, Main Load Disconnected
3.2.36 SO CF I2A:66 - Battery Voltage Too Low, Prio Load Disconnected
3.2.37 SO CF I2A:67 - System Undervoltage
3.2.38 SO CF I2A:68 - System Overvoltage
3.2.39 SO CF I2A:69 - Cabinet Product Data Mismatch
3.2.4 SO CF I2A:16 - Indoor Temp Out of Normal Conditional Range
3.2.40 SO CF I2A:70 - Battery Missing
3.2.41 SO CF I2A:71 - Low Battery Capacity
3.2.42 SO CF I2A:72 - Software Load of RUS Failed
3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost Communication to Radio Unit
3.2.44 SO CF I2A:79 - Configuration Fault of CPRI System
3.2.45 SO CF I2A:80 - Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
3.2.46 SO CF I2A:81 - Primary Node Disconnected
3.2.47 SO CF I2A:82 - Radio Unit Incompatible
3.2.5 SO CF I2A:19 - Power and Climate System in Standalone Mode
3.2.6 SO CF I2A:22 - Battery Backup Capacity Reduced
3.2.7 SO CF I2A:23 - Climate Capacity Reduced
3.2.8 SO CF I2A:24 - HW Fault
3.2.9 SO CF I2A:25 - Loadfile Missing in DXU or ECU
3.3 SO CF External Condition Map Class 1
3.3 SO CF External Condition Map Class 1 37
3.3.1 SO CF EC1:2 - LMT (BTS Locally Disconnected)
3.3.2 SO CF EC1:4 - L/R SWI (BTS in Local Mode)
3.3.3 SO CF EC1:5 - L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
3.3.4 SO CF EC1:9 - Smoke Alarm
3.4 SO CF External Condition Map Class 2
3.4 SO CF External Condition Map Class 2 38
3.4.1 SO CF EC2:3 - Smoke Alarm Faulty
3.4.2 SO CF EC2:6 - O&M Link Disturbed
3.4.3 SO CF EC2:9 - RBS DOOR (RBS Cabinet Door Open)
3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault
3.4.5 SO CF EC2:12 - ALNA/TMA Degraded
3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment Fault
3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map
3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map 42
4.1.1 SO TRXC I1A:0 - Reset, Automatic Recovery
4.1.10 SO TRXC I1A:10 - RX Communication Fault
4.1.11 SO TRXC I1A:11 - DSP CPU Communication Fault
4.1.12 SO TRXC I1A:12 - Terrestrial Traffic Channel Fault
4.1.13 SO TRXC I1A:13 - RF Loop Test Fault
4.1.14 SO TRXC I1A:14 - RU Database Corrupted
4.1.15 SO TRXC I1A:19 - Reset, DXU Link Lost
4.1.16 SO TRXC I1A:20 - HW and IDB Inconsistent
4.1.17 SO TRXC I1A:21 - Internal Configuration Failed
4.1.18 SO TRXC I1A:22 - Voltage Supply Fault
4.1.19 SO TRXC I1A:23 - Air Time Counter Lost
4.1.2 SO TRXC I1A:1 - Reset, Power On
4.1.20 SO TRXC I1A:24 - High Temperature
4.1.21 SO TRXC I1A:25 - TX/RX Communication Fault
4.1.22 SO TRXC I1A:26 - Radio Control System Load
4.1.23 SO TRXC I1A:27 - Traffic Lost Downlink
4.1.24 SO TRXC I1A:28 - Traffic Lost Uplink
4.1.25 SO TRXC I1A:29 - Y Link Communication HW Fault
4.1.26 SO TRXC I1A:30 - DSP RAM Soft Error
4.1.27 SO TRXC I1A:31 - Memory Fault
4.1.28 SO TRXC I1A:32 - UC/HC Switch Card/Cable Missing or Corrupted
4.1.29 SO TRXC I1A:33 - Low Temperature
4.1.3 SO TRXC I1A:2 - Reset, Switch
4.1.30 SO TRXC I1A:34 - Radio Unit HW Fault
4.1.31 SO TRXC I1A:35 - Radio Unit Fault
4.1.32 SO TRXC I1A:36 - Lost Communication to Radio Unit
4.1.4 SO TRXC I1A:3 - Reset, Watchdog
4.1.5 SO TRXC I1A:4 - Reset, SW Fault
4.1.6 SO TRXC I1A:5 - Reset, RAM Fault
4.1.7 SO TRXC I1A:6 - Reset, Internal Function Change
4.1.8 SO TRXC I1A:8 - Timing Reception Fault
4.1.9 SO TRXC I1A:9 - Signal Processing Fault
4.2 SO TRXC Internal Fault Map Class 1B
4.2 SO TRXC Internal Fault Map Class 1B 57
4.2.1 SO TRXC I1B:8 - Y Link Communication Fault
4.2.2 SO TRXC I1B:9 - Y Link Communication Lost
4.2.3 SO TRXC I1B:10 - Timing Reception Fault
4.3 SO TRXC Internal Fault Map Class 2A
4.3 SO TRXC Internal Fault Map Class 2A 58
4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
4.3.10 SO TRXC I2A:13 - TX Saturation
4.3.11 SO TRXC I2A:14 - Voltage Supply Fault
4.3.12 SO TRXC I2A:17 - Loadfile Missing in TRU
4.3.13 SO TRXC I2A:18 - DSP Fault
4.3.14 SO TRXC I2A:19 - High Frequency of Software Fault
4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
4.3.16 SO TRXC I2A:21 - TX Initiation Fault
4.3.17 SO TRXC I2A:23 - Default Values Used
4.3.18 SO TRXC I2A:24 - Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
4.3.19 SO TRXC I2A:25 - TX Max Power Restricted
4.3.2 SO TRXC I2A:1 - RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
4.3.20 SO TRXC I2A:26 - DB Parameter Fault
4.3.21 SO TRXC I2A:29 - Power Amplifier Fault
4.3.22 SO TRXC I2A:33 - Inter TRX Communication Fault
4.3.23 SO TRXC I2A:36 - RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
4.3.24 SO TRXC I2A:39 - RF Loop Test Fault, Degraded RX
4.3.25 SO TRXC I2A:40 - Memory Fault
4.3.26 SO TRXC I2A:42 - UC/HC Switch Card/Cable and IDB Inconsistent
4.3.27 SO TRXC I2A:44 - TX Low Temperature
4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance Uplink
4.3.3 SO TRXC I2A:3 - RX Synthesizer Unlocked
4.3.30 SO TRXC I2A:47 - Internal Configuration Failed
4.3.4 SO TRXC I2A:4 - RX Internal Voltage Fault
4.3.5 SO TRXC I2A:7 - TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
4.3.6 SO TRXC I2A:9 - TX Synthesizer Unlocked
4.3.7 SO TRXC I2A:10 - TX Internal Voltage Fault
4.3.8 SO TRXC I2A:11 - TX High Temperature
4.3.9 SO TRXC I2A:12 - TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
4.4 SO TRXC External Condition Map Class 1
4.4 SO TRXC External Condition Map Class 1 72
4.4.1 SO TRXC EC1:4 - L/R SWI (TRU in Local Mode)
4.4.2 SO TRXC EC1:5 - L/R TI (Local to Remote While Link Lost)
4.5 SO TRXC External Condition Map Class 2
4.5 SO TRXC External Condition Map Class 2 73
4.5.1 SO TRXC EC2:16 - TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.10 SO TRXC EC2:28 - TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.11 SO TRXC EC2:29 - TS3 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.12 SO TRXC EC2:30 - TS3 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.13 SO TRXC EC2:32 - TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.14 SO TRXC EC2:33 - TS4 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.15 SO TRXC EC2:34 - TS4 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.16 SO TRXC EC2:36 - TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.17 SO TRXC EC2:37 - TS5 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.18 SO TRXC EC2:38 - TS5 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.19 SO TRXC EC2:40 - TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.2 SO TRXC EC2:17 - TS0 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.20 SO TRXC EC2:41 - TS6 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.21 SO TRXC EC2:42 - TS6 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.22 SO TRXC EC2:44 - TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.23 SO TRXC EC2:45 - TS7 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.24 SO TRXC EC2:46 - TS7 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.3 SO TRXC EC2:18 - TS0 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.4 SO TRXC EC2:20 - TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.5 SO TRXC EC2:21 - TS1 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.6 SO TRXC EC2:22 - TS1 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.5.7 SO TRXC EC2:24 - TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is IDLE)
4.5.8 SO TRXC EC2:25 - TS2 TRA Lost (TS Mode Is CS)
4.5.9 SO TRXC EC2:26 - TS2 PCU Lost (TS Mode Is PS)
4.6 SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map
4.6 SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map 78
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40 Antenna
41 PSU DC Cable
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42 CXU
43 Flash Card
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45 Battery Temp Sensor
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46 FCU
47 TMA-CM Cable
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48 GPS Receiver
-48 V DC direct power system:
-48 V DC direct power system:
-48 V DC direct power system:
49 GPS Receiver DXU Cable
5 AO Fault Maps
5 AO Fault Maps 81
5 CDU
5.1 AO CON External Condition Map Class 1
5.1 AO CON External Condition Map Class 1 81
5.1.1 AO CON EC1:8 - LAPD Q CG (LAPD Queue Congestion)
5.10 AO TS External Condition Map Class 1
5.10 AO TS External Condition Map Class 1 100
5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost)
5.11 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 1A
5.11 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 1A 102
5.11.1 AO TX I1A:2 - UC/HC Switch Inconsistent with IDB
5.12 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 1B
5.12 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 1B 102
5.12.1 AO TX I1B:4 - TX Antenna VSWR Limits Exceeded
5.12.10 AO TX I1B:27 - TX Max Power Restricted
5.12.11 AO TX I1B:31 - Power Amplifier Fault
5.12.12 AO TX I1B:32 - TX Low Temperature
5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
5.12.14 AO TX I1B:36 - Radio Unit HW Fault
5.12.15 AO TX I1B:47 - TX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
5.12.2 AO TX I1B:6 - TX EEPROM Checksum Fault
5.12.3 AO TX I1B:8 - TX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
5.12.4 AO TX I1B:9 - TX Synthesizer C Unlocked
5.12.5 AO TX I1B:11 - TX Internal Voltage Fault
5.12.6 AO TX I1B:12 - TX High Temperature
5.12.7 AO TX I1B:13 - TX Output Power Limits Exceeded
5.12.8 AO TX I1B:14 - TX Saturation
5.12.9 AO TX I1B:17 - TX Initiation Fault
5.13 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 2A
5.13 AO TX Internal Fault Map Class 2A 106
5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault
5.13.2 AO TX I2A:1 - Fast Antenna Hopping Failure
5.2 AO CON External Condition Map Class 2
5.2 AO CON External Condition Map Class 2 81
5.2.1 AO CON EC2:8 - LAPD Q CG (LAPD Queue Congestion)
5.3 AO RX Internal Fault Map Class 1B
5.3 AO RX Internal Fault Map Class 1B 82
5.3.1 AO RX I1B:0 - RX Internal Amplifier Fault
5.3.10 AO RX I1B:17 - TMA Supervision Fault
5.3.11 AO RX I1B:19 - RX Filter Loadfile Checksum Fault
5.3.12 AO RX I1B:20 - RX Cable Supervision Lost
5.3.13 AO RX I1B:21 - Traffic Lost Uplink
5.3.14 AO RX I1B:22 - Antenna System DC Power Supply Overloaded
5.3.15 AO RX I1B:23 - Radio Unit Antenna System Output Voltage Fault
5.3.16 AO RX I1B:47 - RX Auxiliary Equipment Fault
5.3.2 AO RX I1B:1 - ALNA/TMA Fault
5.3.3 AO RX I1B:3 - RX EEPROM Checksum Fault
5.3.4 AO RX I1B:5 - RX Synthesizer A/B Unlocked
5.3.5 AO RX I1B:6 - RX Synthesizer C Unlocked
5.3.6 AO RX I1B:8 - RX Internal Voltage Fault
5.3.7 AO RX I1B:9 - RX Cable Disconnected
5.3.8 AO RX I1B:10 - RX Initiation Fault
5.3.9 AO RX I1B:12 - TMA-CM Output Voltage Fault
5.4 AO RX Internal Fault Map Class 2A
5.4 AO RX Internal Fault Map Class 2A 86
5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A Receiver Side
5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B Receiver Side
5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C Receiver Side
5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D Receiver Side
5.4.5 AO RX I2A:5 - RX Path A Imbalance
5.4.6 AO RX I2A:6 - RX Path B Imbalance
5.4.7 AO RX I2A:7 - RX Path C Imbalance
5.4.8 AO RX I2A:8 - RX Path D Imbalance
5.5 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 1A
5.5 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 1A 93
5.5.1 AO TF I1A:0 - Temperature Below Operational Limit
5.5.2 AO TF I1A:1 - Temperature Above Operational Limit
5.6 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 1B
5.6 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 1B 94
5.6.1 AO TF I1B:2 - GPS Synch Fault
5.7 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 2A
5.7 AO TF Internal Fault Map Class 2A 94
5.7.1 AO TF I2A:0 - Frame Start Offset Fault
5.8 AO TF External Condition Map Class 1
5.8 AO TF External Condition Map Class 1 95
5.8.1 AO TF EC1:0 - EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
5.8.2 AO TF EC1:1 - PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
5.8.3 AO TF EC1:6 - EXT CFG (Multiple Timing Masters)
5.8.4 AO TF EC1:7 - EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
5.9 AO TF External Condition Map Class 2
5.9 AO TF External Condition Map Class 2 98
5.9.1 AO TF EC2:0 - EXT SYNCH (No Usable External Reference)
5.9.2 AO TF EC2:1 - PCM SYNCH (No Usable PCM Reference)
5.9.3 AO TF EC2:7 - EXT MEAS (ESB Measurement Failure)
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50 Active Cooler Fan
5051, 5354, 5773, 7982
51 BFU Fuse or Circuit Breaker
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52 CDU CDU PFWD Cable
53 CDU CDU PREFL Cable
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54 IOM Bus
55 ASU RXA Units or Cables
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56 ASU RXB Units or Cables
57 ASU CDU RXA Cable
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58 ASU CDU RXB Cable
59 MCPA
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6 CCU
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60 BSU
61 PDU
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62 SAU
63 SCU or SUP
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7 PSU
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8 BFU
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9 BDM
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a default value instead and performance might be
A logical RU is defined as a replaceable unit that can be referred to but is not
A possible reason is that the signalling load is high and
A possible reason is that the signalling load is high and
a Radio Unit for another radio access standard.
a set level.
a set limit. If the system voltage continues to rise,
a single physical unit. There are four kinds of logical RUs. Logical RUs are
a total reduction of 4 dB. If the high temperature
a TRX configured with 4-way RX diversity.
a TRX configured with 4-way RX diversity.
a UC/HC switch cable.
about how to perform a SWR test see document
about how to perform an SWR test see documents
above the operational temperature.
AC power failure.
AC power failure.
AC/DC rectification or DC/DC conversion power system:
AC/DC rectification or DC/DC conversion power system:
AC/DC rectification or DC/DC conversion power system:
accordance with the AC voltage. See document
according to the IDB. Otherwise modify the IDB.
Action Check ESB cable and connections.
Action Check ESB cable and connections.
Action Check for any related faults, using the OMT.
Action Check for any related faults, using the OMT.
Action Check for any related faults, using the OMT. See
Action Check for possible related faults, using the OMT.
Action Check for possible related faults, using the OMT.
Action Create a new IDB that applies to the RBS and install it,
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Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Action Follow the instructions below:
Action For information only, not an RBS fault.
Action If raised together with SO TRXC RU:0:
Action If the alarm is suntil active after a minute:
Action If the fault occurs frequently, then investigate the cause
Action If the fault recurs:
Action If this fault is recurring, then follow the instructions
Action If this fault is recurring, then follow the instructions
Action If this fault is recurring:
Action If this fault occurs frequently:
Action Perform an unconditional software download to the RBS
Action Replace the RUS/RRUS.
Action See related fault
Action See related fault SO TRXC I1A:21 for more information.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related fault.
Action See related faults.
Action The DUG can be brought into no maintenance mode by
Action The DUG can be brought into no maintenance mode by
Action To bring the RUG into no maintenance mode, press the
actions have been performed.
activate the new software.
activate the new software.
adding another site.
adding another site.
affected RX Path.
affects a single AO.
After several DUG resets (see related faults) an internal
After several DUG resets (see related faults) the RUG
alarm and correct any alarms present on the two
alarm has a filtering time of one week before the alarm
alarm is raised if any of the related faults are raised on
alarm is raised if any of the related faults are raised on
alarm when the traffic load is continuously low. The
alarm. If present, then correct such alarms first.
All equipment connected to outputs configured for main
All power distribution ceases.
all the time. If it is not, move the GPS antenna.
all the time. If it is not, then move the GPS antenna.
ALNA/TMA.
ALNA/TMA.
ALNA/TMA.
alternative synchronization source.
ambient temperature or a fault in the climate system
An AO I1B fault has a corresponding SO I2A fault. So by reading the I2A fault
an expected battery is not present.
and correctly connected.
and in good condition.
and in good condition.
and insert a UC/HC switch cable.
and install it, using the OMT.
and install it, using the OMT.
and install it, using the OMT.
and install it, using the OMT.
and on by temporarily defining TMA Type =
and other passive radio equipment.
and raise this alarm.
and straps in the AC mains connection box are in
and TF is disabled.
and TF is in holdover mode. If the ESB does not
and the alarm is suntil raised.
and the alarm is suntil raised.
and the BFU.
and the defined GPS receiver. If no backup
and the GPS antenna.
and the GPS antenna.
and the likely cause is one of the following:
and the RU map denotes where the fault is located.
and the RUGs is correctly connected and in good
and the RUS/RRUS.
and the RUS/RRUS.
and thereby which RX path, are faulty. The RX path
and unit-provided data.
Antenna hopping is not possible, either because of the
Antenna System SWR tests. For information
antennas. The OMT Radio view shows how the IDB
antennas. The OMT Radio view shows how the IDB
AO CON EC1:8 LAPD Q CG (LAPD queue
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO Fault Maps
AO TF EC1:0 is raised.
as backup synchronization source. This is done by
as backup synchronization source. This is done by
as soon as the fault is corrected. The RX imbalance
as soon as the minimum number of samples is
at least 10 seconds and then switch on the power.
at least 10 seconds and then switch on the power.
at RUG output exceeds 2 dB. TX function is degraded,
autonomous actions to protect itself from being
available, fault AO TF I1B:2 is raised.
back within the normal conditional range.
base station. For example, if the temperature in the cabinet is too high
Battery capacity is lower than expected. The backup
be a timing master and therefore disabled.
be monitored, using the OMT.
be monitored, using the OMT.
be read by the software.
be revised.
because of an ESB cable fault.
because of low battery voltage. This is normal when
because of low battery voltage. This is normal when
because the BFU temperature is too high. The battery
because the PDU temperature is too high. The likely
been issued for that unit.
been reported before the reset.
before starting the procedure.
below the minimum level required to power the RBS.
below until the fault is resolved.
below until the fault is resolved.
between two antennas in the same antenna system
board in use.
break is reporting this fault.
BSC and hardware units suspected of causing the fault.
BSC or in the Abis transmission path.
bus or superior unit.
but not lost. TX function is lost when the difference
by the AO I1B fault map and the cause is reported by the SO I1A/I2A fault
by the software.
cable can also be mismatched or damaged or one of its
cables.
cables.
cables.
can be automatically decreased to prevent hardware
can occur several days after installation. Despite the
cannot be read by the software.
Card/Cable and IDB Inconsistent on page 69
case it is likely that another fault also has been
case, it is likely that another fault also has been
cause is one of the following:
causes problem on one of the RX ways.
cease within two hours.
CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Check the definition of the ARAE fault in the IDB.
check.
check.
checking the DC indicator in the OVP module.
Checksum Fault on page 68
Checksum Fault on page 84
circuit of the feeder.
Climate System is broken. The likely cause is a fault
climate system problem.
climate system problem.
climate system problem.
climate system problem.
climate system problem.
climate system problem.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
climate system.
cluster, that is, a set of RBSs connected to the same
collected.
command DTQUP: DIP.
command DTQUP: DIP.
Communication to Radio Unit on page 34
Communication to Radio Unit on page 34
Communication to Radio Unit on page 34
Communication to Radio Unit on page 34
Communication to Radio Unit on page 34
compared with the signalling bandwidth.
compared with the signalling bandwidth.
comparing it with expected consumption.
concentration or LAPD multiplexing.
concentration or LAPD multiplexing.
condition.
condition.
conditional range. The fault ceases when the
conditional range. The fault ceases when the
conditions are TG external.
Conditions reported in this class are conditions that affect the MO function. The
Conditions reported in this class are conditions that do not affect the MO
configuration received from the BSC or site constraints.
configuration, usually as a consequence of the related
configuration.
configuration.
configuration.
configurations require that the installed ALNAs/TMAs
configured units must equal the total number of
congestion) might be raised and traffic lost.
connected correctly.
connected correctly.
connected to a port not consistent with the IDB. The
connected to the bus or the bus itself. Logical bus RUs:
connected to the correct ports on the ALNA/TMA.
connecting to jumper.
connection in Group Switch, and so on
connection in Group Switch, and so on)
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connection in Group Switch, and so on.
connections.
connections.
connectors can be damaged.
considered erroneous and default values are used
consuming too much power.
contact on the CF link for more than 1 hour.
contact with parts connected to mains power as this
contains all the relevant units. The number of
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continue to operate, but they cannot be controlled or
continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson shall
continues for a long time in an area with poor coverage,
controlled by the BSC.
controlled by the BSC.
controlled by the BSC.
controlled by the BSC. This is most likely a fault in the
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Correct cabinet product data (PID) is not available for
correct RI port on the DUG.
correct this kind of alarm, the radio cell planning must
correctly set in the IDB, for example, transmission
correctly set in the IDB, for example, transmission
correctly with the DUG.
correctly with the DUG.
correctly, for example, by monitoring the ALNA/TMA
correctly.
correctly.
correctly.
correctly.
correctly.
correctly.
correctly.
correspond to the TMA-CMs in the RBS. Otherwise
corresponds to the RUS/RRUS in the RBS.
corrupted. The likely cause is either failed software
current power consumption with the OMT and
currently in use.
damage, no smoke, and nothing that could trigger
damage.
damaged. No function is guaranteed. When the
Danger!
DC resistance measurements. For information
defined (TG parameter TFMODE = M in the BSC).
defined (TG parameter TFMODE = M in the BSC).
defined as backup synchronization source.
defined BFUs and PSUs in the IDB correspond to
defined limits. The ALNA/TMA current consumption can
defined limits. The ALNA/TMA current consumption can
defined PSUs in the IDB correspond to the PSUs in
defining the TF parameter SYNCSRC = DEFAULT
defining the TF parameter SYNCSRC = DEFAULT
degraded performance. The severity of the degradation
denoted as faulty. Two groups exist under this RU:
depends on the type of unit.
Description A DUG reset is triggered by the loss of BSC-RBS
Description A memory test of the radio control system has failed.
Description A memory test of the radio control system has failed.
Description A problem has occurred with the internal power
Description A problem has occurred with the power supply to the
Description A radio unit has indicated an unspecified fault situation.
Description A radio unit is faulty and must be replaced.
Description A Radio Unit is not compatible with GSM. This can for
Description A RUG/RUS/RRUS software file is missing or corrupted.
Description A software file in the DUG flash card is missing or
Description A temperature sensor is faulty.
Description An alarm is raised before the PSU operating temperature
Description An alarm is raised if the battery voltage indicates that
Description An alarm is raised if the OVCXO temperature falls below
Description An alarm is raised if the OVCXO temperature rises
Description An alarm is raised if the voltage is too low during
Description An alarm is raised if there is no contact with a unit
Description An alarm is raised when the battery is disconnected
Description An alarm is raised when the battery is disconnected
Description An alarm is raised when the main load is disconnected
Description An alarm is raised when the main load is disconnected
Description An alarm is raised when the PSU operating temperature
Description An alarm is raised when the PSU operating temperature
Description An alarm is raised when the PSU operating temperature
Description An alarm is raised when the system voltage falls below
Description An alarm is raised when the system voltage rises above
Description An alarm is raised when the temperature nears the
Description An ARAE fault is activated, indicating that a fault has
Description An RX cable is disconnected or faulty.
Description At least one of the radio synthesizers in the RX has
Description At least one of the radio synthesizers in the TX has
Description Disturbances present on the Y link interface.
Description Faulty checksum of RX Filter Loadfile.
Description For GPS receiver:
Description For RUG-based configurations:
Description For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
Description For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
Description For RUS-based configurations:
Description Frame synchronization cannot be maintained for
Description Frequent software errors during execution of application
Description Frequent software errors during execution of the RBS
Description If raised together with SO TRXC I2A:11, TX high
Description Internal hardware fault in the RUS/RRUS. The severity
Description Internal signalling fault
Description Internal TRX fault causes problem on the uplink traffic.
Description Internal TRX fault causes problems on the downlink
Description Internal TRX fault causes problems on the uplink traffic
Description Multiple RBSs are configured as timing masters. Only
Description Note: For information only.
Description One of the TRX DSPs is faulty.
Description One or more fan groups are detected as faulty.
Description One or more parameters in the TRX databases are
Description One or more TRXs have failed internal configuration.
Description Problems detected on the internal communication
Description RX path lost on C receiver side of the TRX is lost. This
Description RX path lost on D receiver side of the TRX is lost. This
Description See related fault
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related fault.
Description See related faults.
Description See related faults.
Description Spontaneous critical errors have occurred in the DSP
Description The ability to keep a consistent product data view is
Description The ALNA/TMA voltage is outside the allowed range.
Description The ALNA/TMA voltage is outside the specified range.
Description The battery temperature is above normal conditional
Description The communication between DUG and the Power and
Description The communication between TRXs has problems or
Description The current supplied to the ALNA/TMA is outside the
Description The current supplied to the ALNA/TMA is outside the
Description The data stored in the RX database, used by the
Description The data stored in the TX database, used by software
Description The data stored in the TX power amplifier database,
Description The DC power supply of the antenna system is
Description The difference between actual and expected TX power
Description The DUG database is corrupted or cannot be read by
Description The DUG failed its internal configuration at startup,
Description The DUG has an internal hardware fault.
Description The DUG has an internal hardware fault. Performance
Description The DUG has an internal signalling problem.
Description The DUG has internal timing problems.
Description The DUG has lost communication with the TMA-CM.
Description The DUG has no contact or degraded communication
Description The DUG has no contact with one or more RUSs/RRUSs
Description The DUG has no contact with one or more TRXs
Description The DUG has no contact with the primary DU.
Description The DUG has recovered after power off.
Description The DUG is in full maintenance mode and cannot be
Description The DUG is in full maintenance mode and cannot be
Description The DUG is reset because of a severe software fault.
Description The DUG is reset because of an error in the RAM parity
Description The DUG is reset with the DUG Maintenance button
Description The DUG is unable to download software to one or
Description The DUG is using default parameters for its internal
Description The DUG went into no maintenance mode while the CF
Description The fault involves the UC/HC switch cable on the RUG,
Description The IDB does not match the hardware.
Description The IDB does not match the RBS hardware.
Description The IDB does not match the RUS/RRUS/RUG
Description The IDB or one of the RU databases contains one
Description The IDB/RBS database is corrupted or cannot be read
Description The O&M Link is disturbed and the DUG cannot be
Description The power supply from the batteries is reduced.
Description The radio control system has problems caused by
Description The RBS is configured to be a timing slave with intercell
Description The RBS is configured to be a timing slave with intracell
Description The RBS is reset after software download in order to
Description The RBS is running on batteries. Unless external power
Description The RF loop test is used to detect faults on the TX or
Description The RF Loop test is used to detect problems with the
Description The RU database in a unit is corrupted or cannot be
Description The RUG is in full maintenance mode and cannot be
Description The RUG went into no maintenance mode while the
Description The RX failed its initiation at startup.
Description The RX internal voltage is not within the expected
Description The RX path on the A receiver side of the TRX is lost.
Description The RX path on the B receiver side of the TRX is lost.
Description The smoke detector raises this alarm when it detects
Description The software is supposed to reset timers at regular
Description The software is supposed to reset timers at regular
Description The software release does not support hardware board
Description The speech/data frames coming from the BSC to the
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The speech/data frames from the BSC to the TS are
Description The switch position of the UC/HC switch cable on the
Description The synchronization reference from the PCM network is
Description The synchronization reference from the PCM network is
Description The temperature in the cabinet is outside the specified
Description The temperature of the RUG/RUS/RRUS is in
Description The temperature of the RUS/RRUS is below normal
Description The temperature of the RUS/RRUS is below normal
Description The timing bus driver in the DUG is faulty or one or
Description The total RX gain (from antenna to RUG/RUS/RRUS)
Description The transmitter is not included in the antenna hopping
Description The TRX failed its internal configuration and the fault
Description The TRX failed its internal configuration at startup.
Description The TRX has communication problems on its RX bus.
Description The TRX has communication problems with a DSP.
Description The TRX has internal problems with the Y link.
Description The TRX has problems with its signal processing.
Description The TRX has recovered after power off.
Description The TRX has signalling alignment problems.
Description The TRX is reset after software download in order to
Description The TRX is reset because of a severe software fault.
Description The TRX is reset because of an error in the RAM parity
Description The TRX is reset for fault recovery reasons, for example,
Description The TRX is reset with the Maintenance button or using
Description The TRX signalling load towards the BSC is high
Description The TRX signalling load towards the BSC is too high
Description The TRX software is using default values for its internal
Description The TX diversity function (TCC or software power boost)
Description The TX failed its initiation at startup.
Description The TX has problems with its internal voltage regulation.
Description The TX power amplifier is saturated.
Description The UC/HC switch cable is incorrectly connected or
Description The VCO is ageing. Its control value has drifted outside
Description The VCO is failing, probably because of a power supply
Description There are two options:
Description There are two options:
Description There is a configuration fault of CPRI System.
Description There is an imbalance in signal strength between the
Description This alarm indicates a too high temperature in the
Description This alarm is raised when the smoke detector hardware
Description This fault indicates that the cabinet door is open. When
Description This fault is raised if the difference in signal strength
destructive limit for the equipment, which consequently
disabled.
Disclaimer
disconnect the UC/HC switch cable and reconnect
Disconnected
Disconnected
disconnecting any cables.
distribution delay between the timing master and this
distribution delay between the timing master and this
distribution for this TRX.
disturbances.
disturbances.
diversity is activated.
diversity is activated.
document Antenna System Tests for the relevant
Document RBS Installation Instructions must be read
download or connection of a unit lacking software.
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DUG and all RUS/RRUS are correctly connected
DUG and all RUS/RRUS are correctly connected
either faulty, not available, or in full maintenance mode.
Electric shock risk. Avoid both direct and indirect
ensure that they are functioning correctly.
ensure that they are functioning correctly.
errors in the software, hardware, or logic configuration.
ESB reference and the ESB did not recover before
ESB. This fault is reported by the RBS that is unable to
example be caused by connecting to a RUS with a
example, by disconnecting the connector in the
example, by disconnecting the connector in the
example, by monitoring the ALNA/TMA current
example, by monitoring the ALNA/TMA current
example, with Antenna System SWR tests or
example, with Antenna System SWR tests.
example, with Antenna System SWR tests. For
Exceeded on page 102
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exceeds 4 dB and fault AO TX I1B:13 is raised.
exceeds the limits defined by the Define RX Path
exceptional-operation range.
expected to be in the RBS.
expired, that is, the alarm AO TF EC2:1 was active
External Condition Map Class 1 (EC1)
External Condition Map Class 2 (EC2)
Externally Powered, using the OMT.
Externally Powered, using the OMT.
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failed to lock to the required frequency.
failed to lock to the required frequency.
failure.
failure.
fault ceases the system restart the RUS to ensure
Fault codes on the Abis interface are defined per MO. The SO RU map and the
fault in the RUG or Y link.
fault is reported after 5 minutes.
fault is reported after 5 minutes.
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fault provokes the DUG to reset and raise this alarm.
fault. Logical RUs are intended to assist the fault localization process.
Faults reported in this class are faults that affect the MO function. Faulty
Faults reported in this class are faults that affect the MO function. The origin of
Faults reported in this class are faults that do not affect the MO function. Faulty
faults. Performance can be reduced.
faulty (for example, too much jitter/wander) or missing.
faulty (for example, too much jitter/wander) or missing.
faulty.
feasible.
firefighting procedure.
Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
Follow the instructions below until the fault is resolved.
for example, during nights and behind the antenna.
For GPS receiver DUG cable:
For GPS receiver DUG cable:
For GPS receiver:
For IDB:
for internal configuration, is corrupted.
For other RU:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUG-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS/RRUS-based configurations:
For RUS-based configurations:
for the TGs with the BSC printout RXMOP.
for too long.
from the BSC or use the OMT to load new software on
function. The conditions are TG external.
functionality and degraded performance.
functionality.
fuse is on or intact.
fuses on the PDU are on or intact.
fuses on the PDU are on or intact.
gain, RX cable/feeder loss and HLout/HLin cable
GPS receiver.
GPS receiver.
GPS reference and the GPS reference did not
GSM.
guides are correctly installed in the RBS
guides are correctly installed in the RBS
guides are correctly installed in the RBS
guides are correctly installed in the RBS.
guides are correctly installed in the RBS.
guides are correctly installed in the RBS.
guides are correctly installed in the RBS.
guides are correctly installed in the RBS.
hardware for the affected RX Path is installed.
hardware is part of the signalling MO.
hardware is part of the signalling MO.
hardware, for example, wrong frequency band.
hardware.
hardware/IDB inconsistencies.
have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use
high an OVCXO temperature causes timing function
High temperatures can cause reduced PSU output
holdover mode and the measurement of the ESB
holdover mode and the measurement of the ESB
holdover timeout, class 1 fault AO TF EC1:1 is raised.
hopping set.
I1A/I2A fault maps must be read together. The SO fault map identifies the fault
I1B:35 is also raised and the TX disabled.
IDB correspond to the RUS/RRUS in the RBS.
IDB correspond to the RUS/RRUS in the RBS.
IDB corresponds to the RUG/RUS/RRUS in the
IDB parameter IntermittentChargeConnectVoltage,
identifies the antenna connection to investigate.
identify hardware/IDB inconsistencies.
identify hardware/IDB inconsistencies.
If a large number of RBSs raise the alarm, the fault is
If all ALNAs/TMAs to an RX are faulty, fault AO RX I1B:1
If baseband hopping is activated, fast antenna hopping
If ESB reference:
If ESB reference:
If GPS reference:
If GPS reference:
If no backup synchronization source (PCM) is
if RBS 2000, TMCB if RBS 200, DUG if RBS6000).
if RBS 2000, TMCB if RBS 200, DUG if RBS6000).
If TF mode is set to slave (TG parameter TFMODE =
If TF mode is set to slave (TG parameter TFMODE =
If TF mode is set to standalone or master (TG parameter
If TF mode is set to standalone or master (TG parameter
if the call is made when the traffic is low and the call
If the class 1 limit is exceeded, related fault AO TX
If the fault occurs while TF is synchronized and
If the fault occurs while TF is synchronized and
If the fault occurs while TF is trying to synchronize, the
If the fault occurs while TF is trying to synchronize, the
If the PCM reference does not recover before the
If the RUS output is overloaded, the RUS automatically
Imbalance Parameters in the OMT.
immediately ceased if the master TG is reset.
implemented in the backplane of the cabinet or with cables. A bus pointed
in a cell so they can be included in the antenna
in and around the unit issuing the alarm. Before
in and around the unit issuing the alarm. Before
in and around the unit issuing the alarm. Before
in and around the unit issuing the alarm. Before
in and around the unit issuing the alarm. Before
in and around the unit raising the alarm. Before
in the BSC (RX parameter RXD with possible
in the BSC.
in the BSC.
in the EC bus. The power and climate systems might
In the exceptional operation range the RUS has full
in the IDB is overruled/redefined by the BSC
in the IDB.
in the IDB.
In the non-destruction range the RUS/RRUS takes
in the OMT for the faulty antenna system.
in the RBS and are connected to the right RI port
in which case it is likely that another fault also has
incompatible versions of DUG and RUS/RRUS.
Inconsistent on page 50
information about how to perform an VSWR test,
inside and outside the cabinet and antennas, for
inside and outside the cabinet and antennas, for
inside and outside the cabinet and antennas, for
inside and outside the cabinet, for example, with
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
inspecting an RRUS, remove the front cover.
install a new IDB.
install it with the OMT.
install more if necessary.
install more if necessary.
Installation and Integration Instructions.
instead.
interface (E1 or T1), CRC-4, spare bits,
interface (E1 or T1), CRC-4, spare bits,
interface between the TX and RX.
interface, a GPS receiver can be installed as an
interface, then a GPS receiver can be installed and
intermittent charging.
intermittent charging. The battery voltage reached the
Internal Fault Map Class 1A (I1A)
Internal Fault Map Class 1B (I1B)
Internal Fault Map Class 2A (I2A)
intervals. If the software locks up and does not do this,
intervals. If the software locks up and does not do this,
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is correctly set up.
is defined regarding the connections.
is defined regarding the connections.
is degraded.
is done by defining the TF parameter SYNCSRC
is established. If it is not established, then check
is faulty.
is installed.
is installed.
is likely to be fatal. Switch off the mains power before
is lost. TX diversity uses two TRXs and one of these is
is moved from another RBS to this RBS, because the
is outside the recommended range. Probably one or
is raised and the RX disabled (AO RX I2A RX Path
is raised.
is reconnected when the BFU temperature falls. The
is restored the RBS eventually turns itself off.
is set correctly.
is suspended for all active TXs.
is too high (near the destructive range), causing it to
is too high and PSU performance deteriorates.
is too low, causing reduced PSU performance.
is too low, causing the loss of DU communication.
is, antenna, cables, and so on.
is, the antenna and cables.
is, the antenna and cables.
issued for that unit.
issued for that unit.
it can receive signals from a sufficient number of
it.
it.
it.
its authorized range.
label to the IDB description.
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
leaks and that nothing is obstructing the airflow
least, RBS 2000 software release 11A/10E is
Less likely: RUS output or other RBS internal RF cables
likely cause is one of the following:
likely that the unit has developed a fault, in which
likely that the unit has developed a fault, in which
limits defined in the IDB. If the class 1 limit is exceeded,
Limits Exceeded on page 62
link was down.
link was down.
load is disconnected.
long filter time, a single mobile might cause an alarm
Loop Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on
loses contact with the DUG, which provokes it to reset
loss in the IDB.
Lost
lost and there is a mismatch between configured data
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Lost on Receiver Side faults are ceased), unless TMA
low an OVCXO temperature causes timing function
Low temperatures can cause PSU output power to fall
Maintenance button on the RUG or use the OMT.
maintenance mode.
map and the RU map for SO CF or SO TRXC, the hardware that is causing
maps and the RU map.
marked as expected in the IDB.
match the cabinet product data, stored internally in the
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measuring it through the PDU port.
measuring it through the PDU port.
measuring the ESB delay because of recalculation of
measuring the ESB delay caused by recalculation of the
might be reduced.
minutes to up to 24 hours if TF holdover mode is
minutes up to 24 hours if TF holdover mode is
missing or corrupted
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
missing or corrupted.
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mode. If the measurements do not succeed within the
modify and install a new IDB.
modify the IDB.
monitor must therefore be used to verify the correction
more if necessary.
more of the related faults are also raised.
more RUSs/RRUSs marked as expected in the IDB.
more TRXs have reported timing reception problems.
more values for TMA gain or RX cable/feeder loss are
necessary.
necessary.
necessary.
necessary.
necessary.
necessary.
New faults:
new IDB that matches the RBS configuration and
No class 1 fault is reported when holdover mode is set
No RU
No RU
non-GSM compatible frequency band, or connecting to
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normal conditional range. The alarm ceases when the
not as indicated by the IDB.
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not faulty, and the problem is probably a general
not limited to the radio units RUG, RUS or RRUS.
not limited to the radio units RUG, RUS or RRUS.
not the medium in which it resides.
Note: For information only, not a hardware fault
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: For information only.
Note: If other alarms are raised on the same RX path,
Note: If the fault is not resolved, it is reported again
Note: If TMA Type = Externally Powered is defined,
Note: If TMA Type = Externally Powered is defined,
Note: In this document the term RU refers to any replacable unit and is
Note: In this document the term RU refers to any replacable unit and is
Note: Long filter time do not use reset until all
Note: Manual definition of Antenna Hopping = On/Off
Note: Only a warning, but if the signal load increases,
Note: Only when TF mode is master or stand-alone.
Note: Only when TF mode is master or stand-alone.
Note: Take the RUGs out of operation before
Note: The ALNA/TMA power can be switched off
Note: The ALNA/TMA power can be switched off and
Note: The fault must be verified before returning the faulty unit to the Ericsson
Note: The holdover period can be extended from 2
Note: The holdover period can be extended from 2
Note: The OMT function Check IDB can be used to
Note: The OMT function Check IDB can be used to
Note: This fault alone is not cause to replace the DUG.
Note: This fault is applicable only 4-way receiver
Note: This fault is applicable only when 4-way receiver
Note: TMA Loss = TMA Gain
Note: Unused fault numbers are not indicated in the fault list.
occurred on auxiliary equipment related to a TX and/or
of the AO TX alarms is also raised.
of the cabinet containing the BFU.
of the disturbance between the BSC and RBS, which is
of the fault is indicated by the related faults.
of the fault.
of this document.
on a TRX configured with RX diversity.
on a TRX configured with RX diversity.
on by temporarily defining the TMA Type =
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on the PDU are on or intact.
on) or in the Abis transmission path.
one RBS is allowed to be a timing master in a TG
One RX path is detected as faulty.
or a short circuit. Most likely: jumper, feeder or TMA.
or connection of a RUG/RUS/RRUS with incomplete
or in the BSC (for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or in the BSC, for example, no TRA allocated, no
or more erroneous parameters. The software uses
or superior unit.
or the incoming AC power is out of range, the logical RU Environment is
or the OMT.
original smoke detector.
other end is working correctly and all cables are
other end is working correctly and all cables are
Other than editorial changes, this document has been revised as follows:
Otherwise modify the IDB configuration or RBS
Otherwise modify the IDB.
Otherwise modify the IDB.
out in the RU map indicates that the faulty hardware can be any unit
outputs configured for main load.
over a long period; hence the fault does not cease
overloaded. This can be caused by a hardware failure
OVP module. Wait a few minutes, then reconnect
OVP module. Wait a few minutes, then reconnect
owner.
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parameter MainLoadUndervoltageDisconnect.
parameter PriorityLoadUndervoltageDisconnect.
Parameters in the OMT to set GPS present = No
passive radio equipment, for example, with Antenna
performing an on-demand battery test.
physical cluster connected to the same ESB. The
pointed out when the analysis fails to give a more detailed localization of the
power amplifier for this TRX.
power consumption with the OMT and comparing it
power consumption with the OMT and comparing it
Power is disconnected from all equipment connected to
power supply or some device, that is, a feeder or TMA
Power Supply Overloaded on page 36
Power Supply Overloaded on page 85
power to the faulty RU and reset the DUG
Power to the RBS is reduced and there is a risk of the
power.
present antenna.
pressing the Maintenance button on the DUG or using
pressing the Maintenance button on the DUG or using
primary DU is correctly connected and in good
probably in the transmission equipment.
probably located in the PCM or External References.
problem or a hardware fault.
product data, stored in the SCU/SUP, does not match
protects itself by switching the DC output power off.
raise limit is correctly defined.
raised the fault.
RAM. A TRX reset usually clears this fault.
range.
range.
range.
range. The fault ceases when the temperature comes
RBS (in the SCU/SUP). The alarm is raised if the SCU
RBS 2000 software release 11A/10E is used.
RBS ceasing to function.
RBS from the BSC or use the OMT to load new
RBS from the BSC or use the OMT to load new
RBS hardware.
RBS Installation Instructions for more information.
RBS is unable to function in the event of an AC power
RBS is unable to function in the event of an AC power
RBS.
RBS. Otherwise modify the IDB configuration or
RBSs that are not allowed to be timing master
read by the software.
receive signals from a sufficient number of satellites
receive signals from a sufficient number of satellites
receiver paths for one or more TRXs. Depending on
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recover before holdover timeout, the class 1 fault
recover before the holdover timeout.
reduced.
reducing the concentration factor.
reducing the concentration factor.
reference for 5 minutes but failed and no PCM is
reference for more than 5 minutes.
regarding installed antenna system. If not, then
regarding installed TMAs. If not, then modify and
related fault AO TX I1B:4 is also raised and the TX is
Related Faults Section 3.1.1 SO CF I1A:0 - Reset, Automatic Recovery
Related Faults Section 3.1.10 SO CF I1A:15 - IDB Corrupted on page 7
Related Faults Section 3.1.13 SO CF I1A:18 - Internal Configuration
Related Faults Section 3.1.13 SO CF I1A:18 - Internal Configuration
Related Faults Section 3.1.13 SO CF I1A:18 - Internal Configuration
Related Faults Section 3.2.1 SO CF I2A:8 - VSWR Limits Exceeded
Related Faults Section 3.2.11 SO CF I2A:30 - Bus Fault on page 15
Related Faults Section 3.2.11 SO CF I2A:30 - Bus Fault on page 15
Related Faults Section 3.2.11 SO CF I2A:30 - Bus Fault on page 15
Related Faults Section 3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
Related Faults Section 3.2.18 SO CF I2A:43 - Internal Configuration
Related Faults Section 3.2.22 SO CF I2A:48 - GPS Synch Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Comm
Related Faults Section 3.2.25 SO CF I2A:53 - HW and IDB Inconsistent
Related Faults Section 3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 3.2.27 SO CF I2A:57 - RX Path Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 3.2.4 SO CF I2A:16 - Indoor Temp Out of
Related Faults Section 3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost
Related Faults Section 3.2.45 SO CF I2A:80 - Antenna System DC
Related Faults Section 3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.4.4 SO CF EC2:11 - ALNA/TMA Fault on
Related Faults Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Related Faults Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Related Faults Section 4.1.16 SO TRXC I1A:20 - HW and IDB
Related Faults Section 4.1.17 SO TRXC I1A:21 - Internal Configuration
Related Faults Section 4.2.1 SO TRXC I1B:8 - Y Link Communication
Related Faults Section 4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
Related Faults Section 4.3.10 SO TRXC I2A:13 - TX Saturation on
Related Faults Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Related Faults Section 4.3.16 SO TRXC I2A:21 - TX Initiation Fault
Related Faults Section 4.3.18 SO TRXC I2A:24 - Radio Unit Antenna
Related Faults Section 4.3.19 SO TRXC I2A:25 - TX Max Power
Related Faults Section 4.3.2 SO TRXC I2A:1 - RX EEPROM Checksum
Related Faults Section 4.3.21 SO TRXC I2A:29 - Power Amplifier Fault
Related Faults Section 4.3.23 SO TRXC I2A:36 - RX Filter Loadfile
Related Faults Section 4.3.26 SO TRXC I2A:42 - UC/HC Switch
Related Faults Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Related Faults Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Related Faults Section 4.3.3 SO TRXC I2A:3 - RX Synthesizer
Related Faults Section 4.3.3 SO TRXC I2A:3 - RX Synthesizer
Related Faults Section 4.3.4 SO TRXC I2A:4 - RX Internal Voltage
Related Faults Section 4.3.5 SO TRXC I2A:7 - TX EEPROM Checksum
Related Faults Section 4.3.6 SO TRXC I2A:9 - TX Synthesizer
Related Faults Section 4.3.6 SO TRXC I2A:9 - TX Synthesizer
Related Faults Section 4.3.7 SO TRXC I2A:10 - TX Internal Voltage
Related Faults Section 4.3.8 SO TRXC I2A:11 - TX High Temperature
Related Faults Section 4.3.9 SO TRXC I2A:12 - TX Output Power
Related Faults Section 4.5.1 SO TRXC EC2:16 - TS0 TRA Lost (TS
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.10.1 AO TS EC1:3 - TRA/PCU (Remote
Related Faults Section 5.11.1 AO TX I1A:2 - UC/HC Switch Inconsistent
Related Faults Section 5.12.1 AO TX I1B:4 - TX Antenna VSWR Limits
Related Faults Section 5.12.10 AO TX I1B:27 - TX Max Power
Related Faults Section 5.12.11 AO TX I1B:31 - Power Amplifier Fault
Related Faults Section 5.12.12 AO TX I1B:32 - TX Low Temperature
Related Faults Section 5.12.2 AO TX I1B:6 - TX EEPROM Checksum
Related Faults Section 5.12.3 AO TX I1B:8 - TX Synthesizer A/B
Related Faults Section 5.12.5 AO TX I1B:11 - TX Internal Voltage Fault
Related Faults Section 5.12.6 AO TX I1B:12 - TX High Temperature
Related Faults Section 5.12.7 AO TX I1B:13 - TX Output Power Limits
Related Faults Section 5.12.8 AO TX I1B:14 - TX Saturation on page
Related Faults Section 5.12.9 AO TX I1B:17 - TX Initiation Fault on
Related Faults Section 5.3.1 AO RX I1B:0 - RX Internal Amplifier Fault
Related Faults Section 5.3.10 AO RX I1B:17 - TMA Supervision Fault
Related Faults Section 5.3.11 AO RX I1B:19 - RX Filter Loadfile
Related Faults Section 5.3.13 AO RX I1B:21 - Traffic Lost Uplink on
Related Faults Section 5.3.13 AO RX I1B:21 - Traffic Lost Uplink on
Related Faults Section 5.3.14 AO RX I1B:22 - Antenna System DC
Related Faults Section 5.3.15 AO RX I1B:23 - Radio Unit Antenna
Related Faults Section 5.3.16 AO RX I1B:47 - RX Auxiliary Equipment
Related Faults Section 5.3.2 AO RX I1B:1 - ALNA/TMA Fault on page
Related Faults Section 5.3.3 AO RX I1B:3 - RX EEPROM Checksum
Related Faults Section 5.3.4 AO RX I1B:5 - RX Synthesizer A/B
Related Faults Section 5.3.6 AO RX I1B:8 - RX Internal Voltage Fault
Related Faults Section 5.3.7 AO RX I1B:9 - RX Cable Disconnected
Related Faults Section 5.3.8 AO RX I1B:10 - RX Initiation Fault on
Related Faults Section 5.3.9 AO RX I1B:12 - TMA-CM Output Voltage
Related Faults Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Related Faults Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Related Faults Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Related Faults Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Related Faults Section 5.4.5 AO RX I2A:5 - RX Path A Imbalance on
Related Faults Section 5.6.1 AO TF I1B:2 - GPS Synch Fault on page
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:12 - ALNA/TMA A Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:14 - Battery Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:14 - Battery Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:14 - Battery Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:16 - Heater Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:3 - Y Link Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:31 - Environment Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:33 - EC Bus/EPC Bus/Power Communication
Related RUs SO CF RU:34 - IDB Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:34 - IDB Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:48 - GPS Receiver Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:48 - GPS Receiver Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
Related RUs SO CF RU:7 - PSU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
Related RUs SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
remains, the output power is switched off and one
Remote OMT, or Remote OMT over IP.
Remote OMT, or Remote OMT over IP.
repair centre.
Replace the DUG.
Replacement Unit Map (RU Map)
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
Replacement Unit Map on page 78
report this fault.
respective related faults.
Restricted on page 105
Restricted on page 66
RRUSs.
RUG is inconsistent with the IDB, that is, the position is
RUG/RUS/RRUS to cease the fault immediately.
RUGs is correctly connected and in good condition.
running to see the hardware limitation.
RUS/RRUS.
RUS/RRUS/RUG. The RUS/RRUS/RUG output power
RX antenna.
RX.
S in the BSC):
S in the BSC):
satellites all the time.
Section 3.1.11 SO CF I1A:16 - RU Database Corrupted
Section 3.1.12 SO CF I1A:17 - HW and IDB Inconsistent
Section 3.1.2 SO CF I1A:1 - Reset, Power On on page 5
Section 3.1.3 SO CF I1A:2 - Reset, Switch on page 5
Section 3.1.4 SO CF I1A:3 - Reset, Watchdog on page 5
Section 3.1.5 SO CF I1A:4 - Reset, SW Fault on page 5
Section 3.1.6 SO CF I1A:5 - Reset, RAM Fault on page
Section 3.2.13 SO CF I2A:33 - RX Diversity Lost on
Section 3.2.13 SO CF I2A:33 - RX Diversity Lost on
Section 3.2.13 SO CF I2A:33 - RX Diversity Lost on
Section 3.2.13 SO CF I2A:33 - RX Diversity Lost on
Section 3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
Section 3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
Section 3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
Section 3.2.14 SO CF I2A:34 - Output Voltage Fault
Section 3.2.15 SO CF I2A:36 - RU Database Corrupted
Section 3.2.15 SO CF I2A:36 - RU Database Corrupted
Section 3.2.15 SO CF I2A:36 - RU Database Corrupted
Section 3.2.15 SO CF I2A:36 - RU Database Corrupted
Section 3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Comm
Section 3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Comm
Section 3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Comm
Section 3.2.24 SO CF I2A:51 - TMA Supervision/Comm
Section 3.2.26 SO CF I2A:54 - Timing Bus Fault on
Section 3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost
Section 3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost
Section 3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost
Section 3.2.43 SO CF I2A:73 - Degraded or Lost
Section 3.4.5 SO CF EC2:12 - ALNA/TMA Degraded
Section 3.4.5 SO CF EC2:12 - ALNA/TMA Degraded
Section 3.4.5 SO CF EC2:12 - ALNA/TMA Degraded
Section 3.4.5 SO CF EC2:12 - ALNA/TMA Degraded
Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Section 3.4.6 SO CF EC2:13 - Auxiliary Equipment
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
Section 4.2.2 SO TRXC I1B:9 - Y Link Communication
Section 4.2.3 SO TRXC I1B:10 - Timing Reception
Section 4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
Section 4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
Section 4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
Section 4.3.1 SO TRXC I2A:0 - RX Cable Disconnected
Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Section 4.3.15 SO TRXC I2A:20 - RX Initiation Fault
Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Section 4.3.28 SO TRXC I2A:45 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Section 4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance
Section 4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance
Section 4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance
Section 4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance
Section 4.3.29 SO TRXC I2A:46 - Traffic Performance
Section 4.3.30 SO TRXC I2A:47 - Internal Configuration
Section 4.3.30 SO TRXC I2A:47 - Internal Configuration
Section 4.3.30 SO TRXC I2A:47 - Internal Configuration
Section 4.3.30 SO TRXC I2A:47 - Internal Configuration
Section 4.5.10 SO TRXC EC2:28 - TS3 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.11 SO TRXC EC2:29 - TS3 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.12 SO TRXC EC2:30 - TS3 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.13 SO TRXC EC2:32 - TS4 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.14 SO TRXC EC2:33 - TS4 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.15 SO TRXC EC2:34 - TS4 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.16 SO TRXC EC2:36 - TS5 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.17 SO TRXC EC2:37 - TS5 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.18 SO TRXC EC2:38 - TS5 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.19 SO TRXC EC2:40 - TS6 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.2 SO TRXC EC2:17 - TS0 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.20 SO TRXC EC2:41 - TS6 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.21 SO TRXC EC2:42 - TS6 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.22 SO TRXC EC2:44 - TS7 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.23 SO TRXC EC2:45 - TS7 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.24 SO TRXC EC2:46 - TS7 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.3 SO TRXC EC2:18 - TS0 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.4 SO TRXC EC2:20 - TS1 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.5 SO TRXC EC2:21 - TS1 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.6 SO TRXC EC2:22 - TS1 PCU Lost (TS
Section 4.5.7 SO TRXC EC2:24 - TS2 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.8 SO TRXC EC2:25 - TS2 TRA Lost (TS
Section 4.5.9 SO TRXC EC2:26 - TS2 PCU Lost (TS
Section 5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
Section 5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
Section 5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
Section 5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
Section 5.12.13 AO TX I1B:35 - RX Path Imbalance
Section 5.12.14 AO TX I1B:36 - Radio Unit HW Fault
Section 5.12.15 AO TX I1B:47 - TX Auxiliary Equipment
Section 5.12.4 AO TX I1B:9 - TX Synthesizer C
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.13.1 AO TX I2A:0 - TX Diversity Fault on
Section 5.3.13 AO RX I1B:21 - Traffic Lost Uplink on
Section 5.3.5 AO RX I1B:6 - RX Synthesizer C Unlocked
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.1 AO RX I2A:1 - RX Path Lost on A
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.2 AO RX I2A:2 - RX Path Lost on B
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.3 AO RX I2A:3 - RX Path Lost on C
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.4 AO RX I2A:4 - RX Path Lost on D
Section 5.4.5 AO RX I2A:5 - RX Path A Imbalance on
Section 5.4.6 AO RX I2A:6 - RX Path B Imbalance on
Section 5.4.6 AO RX I2A:6 - RX Path B Imbalance on
Section 5.4.7 AO RX I2A:7 - RX Path C Imbalance on
Section 5.4.7 AO RX I2A:7 - RX Path C Imbalance on
Section 5.4.8 AO RX I2A:8 - RX Path D Imbalance on
Section 5.4.8 AO RX I2A:8 - RX Path D Imbalance on
see document Verifying System Antennas or
See respective related fault.
See respective related fault.
See respective related fault.
See respective related faults.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
send them together with a trouble report to Ericsson.
separate antennas.
services can fail and RBS equipment can be damaged.
set because of either the configuration received from
set limit while the battery was disconnected during
set to Intercell in the IDB. This requires that no
set to Intercell in the IDB. This requires that no
shuts down to avoid damage.
site, in the RBS air-conditioning or in the cooling
site, in the RBS air-conditioning or in the cooling
site, in the RBS air-conditioning or in the cooling
slave because of a link break. The RBS with a link
smoke in the cabinet, which can be caused by a fire.
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Fault Maps
SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
SO CF Replacement Unit Map on page 42
SO CF RU:0 - DXU, DUG 10, DUG 20, MU or IXU
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:13 - ALNA/TMA B Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:15 - Fan / Fan Group Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:15 - Fan / Fan Group Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:17 - Heat Exchanger Ext Fan Section 3.5
SO CF RU:18 - Heat Exchanger Int Fan Section 3.5 SO
SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:20 - TMA-CM Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:3 - Y Link Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:40 - Antenna Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:49 - GPS Receiver DXU Cable Section 3.5
SO CF RU:49 - GPS Receiver DXU Cable Section 3.5
SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:54 - IOM Bus Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:61 - PDU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:61 - PDU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:62 - SAU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:62 - SAU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:63 - SCU or SUP Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:63 - SCU or SUP Section 3.5 SO CF
SO CF RU:7 - PSU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:8 - BFU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO CF RU:8 - BFU Section 3.5 SO CF Replacement
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Fault Maps
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map on page 78
SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
SO TRXC RU:0 - TRU, dTRU, DRU, RUG, RRU or
SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
SO TRXC RU:25 - RUS or RRUS Section 4.6 SO TRXC
SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:26 - RUG to RUG RXA Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:27 - RUG to RUG RXB Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:28 - RUS to RUS RXA Cable Section 4.6
SO TRXC RU:29 - RUS to RUS RXB Cable Section 4.6
software for internal configuration, is corrupted.
software in the RUS/RRUS/RUG.
software on the flash card.
software on the flash card.
software release, which supports the hardware
software.
software.
software.
software.
source, is unusable and TF is in holdover mode. If
specification.
specification.
starting work.
stop supplying power to the RBS.
succeed, the alarm is raised and TF is not disabled.
supervised by the DUG.
support the by-pass function.
Synchronization Bus (ESB) reference, used as TG
synchronization signals according to the
synchronization source (PCM) is available, fault AO
synchronization source, for 5 minutes but failed.
synchronization source, receiver sensitivity, or LBO.
synchronization source, receiver sensitivity, or LBO.
synchronization will probably recover and the fault
system control functions and the power to the RBS.
system load.
system must include two enabled TXs, connected to
system must include two enabled TXs.
System Output Voltage Fault on page 66
System Output Voltage Fault on page 85
System VSWR tests.
system.
system.
system.
systems to ensure that they are functioning
systems to ensure that they are functioning
systems to ensure that they are functioning
systems to ensure that they are functioning
systems to ensure that they are functioning
systems to ensure that they are functioning
Table 1 SO CF Replacement Unit Map
Table 2 SO TRXC Replacement Unit Map
temperature comes back within the normal conditional
temperature comes back within the normal conditional
temperature comes back within the normal conditional
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature.
temperature. This can be repeated once to give
temperature:
temperature-related alarms, which can indicate high
Terminology
Tests in the CPI for the relevant RBS.
TF compensation value and the measurement does not
TF I1B:2 is raised.
TFMODE = SA or M in the BSC):
TFMODE = SA or M in the BSC):
TG and slave TG are correctly connected and
TG and slave TG are correctly connected and
than expected.
that are marked as expected in the IDB.
that depends on the traffic load. Therefore, the fault
that they are connected to the correct ports on the
the Abis interface.
The alarm is raised if:
the alarm, then replace the smoke detector.
the AO I1B fault can be found. This is the case when BTS internal hardware
The AO is not allowed to report the hardware itself as this task is assigned to
The battery backup system is disconnected, and the
The battery backup system is disconnected, and the
the BFUs and PSUs in the RBS. Otherwise modify
the BSC or site constraints.
The BSS feature BTS Power Saving might raise this
The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to
the correct Y link.
the correct Y link.
the current supervision is disabled for this
the current supervision is disabled for this
the current TG.
the Define RX Path Imbalance Parameters function
the door is closed, the alarm will cease within a minute.
the DU in the RBS. Otherwise modify the IDB.
The DUG has internal timing problems.
the DUG is reset.
the DUG.
the DUG.
the DUG.
the fault is external to the signalling MO.
The fault number is identical to the bit position in the fault map reported over
the fault, then the most likely cause is a fault at the
the fault, then the most likely cause is a fault at the
the fault, then the most likely cause is a fault at the
the flash card in the DUG.
The following terminology is used throughout this document.
the function Change Local/Remote State in Local OMT,
the function Change Local/Remote State in Local OMT,
the GPS reference does not recover before holdover
the holdover timeout.
the IDB for each ALNA/TMA against the suppliers
the IDB for each ALNA/TMA against the suppliers
the IDB.
the IDB.
the internal fault maps described above.
The likely cause is either failed software download
The likely cause is either failed software download or
The likely cause is one of the following:
The likely causes are as follows:
The likely causes are as follows:
The likely causes of this fault are as follows:
The likely causes of this fault are as follows:
The likely causes of this fault are as follows:
the most likely cause of the fault is a faulty fan unit.
the non-destruction range. The fault ceases
the OMT Radio view for help.
the OMT.
the operational temperature.
the original data stored in the DU.
The oscillator frequency depends on temperature. Too
The oscillator frequency depends on temperature. Too
The output power is reduced 2 dB to lower the
the PCM line, transmission equipment, and so on.
the power to the faulty RU and reset the DUG.
the power.
the power.
The RBS is unable to communicate with or control
the RBS runs for too long on battery backup after an
the RBS runs for too long on battery backup after an
the RBS.
the RBS.
the RBS. If no related faults are present, the frame
the RBS. Otherwise modify the IDB.
The RU database in RUG flash is corrupted or cannot
The RUG has internal timing problems. It could be a
the signalling bandwidth is reduced by using LAPD
the signalling bandwidth is reduced by using LAPD
the SO responsible for hardware. This means that the consequence is reported
the software.
The supervision of this fault is based on measurements
the TF compensation value, TF goes into holdover
The TRU database in the DUG flash is corrupted or
the TRX is reset.
the unit, which operates in autonomous mode with
The VSWR at the RUS/RRUS output has exceeded the
then it is likely that the unit has developed a fault,
This alarm is raised if any of the related faults are raised
This alarm is raised if any of the related faults are raised
This alarm is raised if the configuration data does not
This alarm is set only if another fault on the TRX has
This can be caused by a hardware failure in the RUS
This can be caused by a hardware failure or a short
This can happen, for example, after installing a new IDB.
This can reduce both the performance of RBS power
This document describes all faults reported from all RBS 6000 RBSs to the
this fault for more information.
This fault is probably caused by the following:
This is most likely a fault in the BSC (for example, no
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
This is probably a fault in the Abis transmission path
this might also be the cause of the RX diversity
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS.
this RBS. There is a risk that the RBS is not working
though it is not a physical unit. It comprises the data in the database only,
time at the next AC power failure is likely to be shorter
timeout, class 1 fault AO TF EC1:0 is raised.
timing slave has failed.
timing slave has failed.
To avoid false alarms, the fault has a long filter time
to check how the IDB is defined regarding the
to check how the IDB is defined regarding the
To enable antenna hopping, at least one antenna
To enable fast antenna hopping, at least one antenna
to intercell.
to the correct RI port on the DUG.
to the correct RI port on the DUG.
to the RBS.
to the RUG in the RBS. Otherwise modify the IDB.
to the RUG.
to the RUG.
to the RUGs in the RBS. Otherwise modify the IDB.
TRA allocated, no connection in Group-Switch, and so
traffic to the mobile.
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transcoder/PCU Com. Lost) on page 100
Transmitter/Receiver and the physical antenna.
TRXs in the RBS are included in a cell together
TRXs in the RBS are included in a cell together
TRXs.
TS are missing or corrupted.
TX and RX by sending dummy bursts between them.
Type = GSM/TDMA bypass is defined. TMA bypass
unconnected ESB connectors.
unconnected ESB connectors.
undamaged. If the cable is damaged, then replace
undamaged. If the cable is damaged, then replace
unications Lost on page 22
unications Lost on page 22
unications Lost on page 22
unications Lost on page 22
unications Lost on page 22
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
Unit Map on page 42
units in the RBS.
Units reported in this map are hardware units suspected of causing the faults in
Unlocked on page 103
Unlocked on page 103
Unlocked on page 59
Unlocked on page 59
Unlocked on page 60
Unlocked on page 60
Unlocked on page 82
Uplink on page 71
Uplink on page 71
Uplink on page 71
Uplink on page 71
Uplink on page 71
used as an alternative synchronization source.
used as TG synchronization source, is unusable
used by software for internal configuration, is corrupted.
used.
using the OMT.
usually as a consequence of the related faults.
value to 0 db.
values A, B, AB, and ABCD). See antenna setup in
Verifying System Antennas or Antenna System
voltage range.
Wait at least 10 seconds and switch on the power.
when the temperature comes back within the
When traffic increases, the alarm normally ceases. To
which RX path has the lowest signal strength, one or
with expected consumption.
with expected consumption.
with IDB on page 102
with one or more RUSs/RRUSs marked as expected in
with the DUG.
with the DUG.
with TRXs from a different RBS and that at least
with TRXs from a different RBS and that, at
without faults.
without faults.
wrongly defined in the IDB.
Y link.
Climate, that handles internal temperature
EC bus
Power, that handles external power
Timing bus
Y link
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