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DBS3900 Hardware Description Issue 10 Date 2013-05-27 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

DBS3900

Hardware Description

Issue

10

Date

2013-05-27

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

DBS3900 Hardware Description Issue 10 Date 2013-05-27 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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DBS3900

Hardware Description

About This Document

About This Document

Purpose

This document provides reference information for the DBS3900 site planning and deployment. It describes the application scenarios, components, functional modules, and cables in the

DBS3900.

Product Version

The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name

Product Version

DBS3900

V100R007C00

DBS3900 GSM

V100R014C00

DBS3900 WCDMA

V200R014C00

DBS3900 LTE

V100R005C00

DBS3900 LTE TDD

V100R005C00

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

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Base station installation personnel

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System engineers

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Site maintenance personnel

Organization

1 Changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description

This chapter describes the changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description.

2 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Cabinet

DBS3900

Hardware Description

About This Document

The DSB3900 consists of the required cabinets, BBU, RRUs, and other components in the cabinets. This chapter describes various cabinet application scenarios.

3 Functional Modules in the DBS3900

This chapter describes functional modules in the DBS3900.

4 DBS3900 Cabinets and Racks

This chapter describes the exteriors, structures, specifications, and application scenarios of various DBS3900 cabinets and racks as well as the requirements for equipment in the DBS3900 cabinets.

5 DBS3900 Power System

The DBS3900 supports 110 V AC, 220 V AC, -48 V DC, and +24 V DC power supplies. When AC power supply or +24 V DC power supply is used, the power supply must be converted to -48 V DC power for the base station.

6 DBS3900 Monitoring System

The DBS3900 monitoring system enables monitoring of all boards and components in the cabinet. If any board or component is faulty, an alarm is automatically reported. The UPEU and UEIU in the BBU or the RRU collects monitoring signals from boards and components to achieve environment monitoring of the DBS3900.

7 DBS3900 Cables

This chapter describes the cable connections in the DBS3900 and BBU3900 cables in various scenarios.

Conventions

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level or medium level of risk which, if not

Indicates a hazard with a high level or medium level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which, if not avoided, could result

Indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

General Conventions

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About This Document

The general conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Times New Roman

Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.

Boldface

Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in boldface. For example, log in as user root.

Italic

Book titles are in italics.

Courier New

Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New.

Command Conventions

The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

 

The keywords of a command line are in boldface.

Italic

 

Command arguments are in italics.

[

]

Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional.

{

x | y |

}

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected.

[

x | y |

]

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected or no item is selected.

{

x | y |

} *

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected.

[

x | y |

] *

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. Several items or no item can be selected.

GUI Conventions

The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are in boldface. For example, click OK.

>

Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Keyboard Operations

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About This Document

The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Format

Description

Key

Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.

Key 1+Key 2

Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.

Key 1, Key 2

Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operations

The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Action

Description

Click

Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.

Double-click

Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

Drag

Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

DBS3900

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

ii

1 Changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description

1

2 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Cabinet

9

2.1 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

10

2.2 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with DC Power Supply

38

2.3 Indoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

47

2.4 Indoor Installation Scenarios with DC Power Supply

48

3 Functional Modules in the DBS3900

53

3.1

BBU3900

54

3.1.1 BBU3900

54

3.1.2 BBU3900 Functions

55

3.1.3 BBU3900 Technical Specifications 55

3.1.4 BBU3900 Slot Assignment

55

3.1.5 WMPT

82

3.1.6 UMPT

88

3.1.7 GTMU

97

3.1.8 LMPT 105

3.1.9 WBBP

109

3.1.10 LBBP

115

3.1.11 FAN

123

3.1.12 UPEU

125

3.1.13 UEIU 128

129

3.1.15 USCU 138

3.1.16 UBRI 141

3.1.14

UTRP

3.1.17 UCIU

144

3.2 RRU

146

3.3 SLPU

146

3.3.1 SLPU

146

3.3.2 Slot Assignment Rules for the SLPU

147

3.3.3 UELP

148

3.3.4 UFLP

149

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3.3.5

USLP2

151

3.4 WGRU

153

3.5 EMUA

156

4 DBS3900 Cabinets and Racks

157

4.1 Exteriors of Cabinets and Racks Used by the DBS3900

158

4.2 Configurations of Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

160

4.3 Engineering Specifications of Various Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

214

4.4 Components in DBS3900 Cabinets

216

4.4.1 Components in the APM, TMC, and Battery Cabinet

216

4.4.2 Components in the OMB

216

4.4.3 Components in the OMB (Ver.C)

227

4.4.4 Components in the IMB03

238

4.4.5 Components Used for Installation on a Wall or 19-inch Rack

250

4.5

Engineering Specifications of Internal Equipment

264

5 DBS3900 Power System

267

5.1

Configurations of the Upper-Level Circuit Breakers and Power Cables

269

5.1.1 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the APM30/APM30H (Ver.A) Cabinet

269

5.1.2 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the APM30H (Ver.B) or APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

270

5.1.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

275

5.1.4 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

280

5.1.5 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the IMB03, IFS06, 19-inch Rack or Wall

285

5.1.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

287

5.2

Power Distribution Schemes

288

5.2.1 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the APM30/APM30H(Ver.A) Cabinet

288

5.2.2 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.B) or APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

293

5.2.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

302

5.2.4 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

306

5.2.5 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the IMB03, IFS06, 19-inch Rack or Wall

309

5.2.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

312

6 DBS3900 Monitoring System

317

6.1 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in an APM30 or APM30H (Ver.A) Cabinet

319

6.2 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.B) or APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

320

6.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

324

6.4 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

328

6.5 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the IMB03 or IFS06

329

6.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

331

6.7 Customized Alarm Input

334

7 DBS3900 Cables

339

7.1

Cable Connections of the DBS3900

340

7.1.1 Power Cable Connections

340

7.1.2 Transmission Cable Connections

375

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7.1.3 CPRI Cable Connections

399

7.1.4 Monitoring Signal Cable Connections

410

7.1.5 Inter-BBU Signal Cable Connections

441

7.2 BBU3900 Cables

443

7.2.1 List of BBU3900 Cables

443

7.2.2 PGND Cable

446

7.2.3 BBU Power Cable

447

7.2.4 E1/T1 Cable

449

7.2.5 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable

452

7.2.6 FE/GE Cable

453

7.2.7 FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable

454

7.2.8 Interconnection Cable Between the FE Electrical Ports

455

7.2.9 Interconnection Cable Between FE Optical Ports

455

7.2.10 FE/GE Fiber Optic Cable

456

7.2.11 CPRI Fiber Optic Cable

457

7.2.12 APMI-BBU Monitoring Signal Cable

460

7.2.13 HEUB-BBU Monitoring Signal Cable

461

7.2.14 HEUA-BBU Monitoring Signal Cable

462

7.2.15 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU

463

7.2.16 CMUEA-BBU Monitoring Signal Cable

464

7.2.17 Monitoring Signal Cable for the EMUA

465

7.2.18 Monitoring Signal Cable for the PSU (DC/DC)

466

7.2.19 In-Position Signal Cable for the PSU (DC/DC)

467

7.2.20 BBU Alarm Cable

467

7.2.21 GPS Clock Signal Cable

469

7.2.22 BBU interconnection signal cable

469

7.2.23 Cable Between two Combined Base Stations

471

7.2.24 Adapter Used for Local Maintenance

473

DBS3900

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1 Changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description

1 Changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description

This chapter describes the changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description.

10 (2013-05-27)

This is the tenth official release.

Compared with issue 09 (2013-02-20), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 09 (2013-02-20), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

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2.1 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

Added description related to an IBBS700T or

IBBS700D.

l

4.1 Exteriors of Cabinets and Racks Used by the DBS3900

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4.2 Configurations of Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

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4.3 Engineering Specifications of Various Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

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6.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

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Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

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Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

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3.1.5 WMPT

Added specifications of these boards.

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3.1.6 UMPT

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3.1.8 LMPT

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3.1.9 WBBP

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3.1.10 LBBP

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Topic

Change Description

7.2.11

CPRI Fiber Optic Cable

Added the principles for classifying and selecting CPRI fiber optic cables.

Compared with issue 09 (2013-02-20), no information is deleted from this issue.

09

(2013-02-20)

 

This is the ninth official release.

 

Compared with issue 08 (2012-12-30), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 08 (2012-12-30), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.6

UMPT

Added the description of UMPTb1.

Compared with issue 08 (2012-12-30), no information is deleted from this issue.

08

(2012-12-30)

 

This is the eighth official release.

 

Compared with issue 07 (2012-11-08), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 07 (2012-11-08), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

7.2.22

BBU interconnection signal cable

Modified the exterior and length of the BBU interconnection signal cable connecting WBBPf to WBBPf.

7.2.3

BBU Power Cable

Added the description of the cables complying with British Standards (BS).

07

(2012-11-08)

Compared with issue 07 (2012-11-08), no information is deleted from this issue.

This is the seventh official release.

Compared with issue 06 (2012-09-15), this issue includes the following new information:

l

3.1.3 BBU3900 Technical Specifications

l

DCDU-12B

Compared with issue 06 (2012-09-15), this issue includes the following changes:

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Topic

Change Description

5.1.2

Application Scenario of the DBS3900

Changed the requirements for the upper-level circuit breakers and power cables when the DBS3900 is installed outdoors with DC power supplied and the BBU is installed in the TMC11H (Ver.C).

Using the APM30H (Ver.B) or APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

5.1.3

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed

in the APM30H (Ver.D)

3.1.6

UMPT

Changed the description of indicators on the UMPT.

2.1

Outdoor Installation Scenarios with

All information about the APM30H (Ver.D1) and TMC11H (Ver.D1) is deleted.

AC

Power Supply

2.2

Outdoor Installation Scenarios with

 

DC

Power Supply

4.1

Exteriors of Cabinets and Racks Used

by the DBS3900

4.2

Configurations of Cabinets Used by the

DBS3900

4.3

Engineering Specifications of Various

Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

4.4.1

Components in the APM, TMC, and

Battery Cabinet

5.1.3

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed

in the APM30H (Ver.D)

5.2.3

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed

in the APM30H (Ver.D)

6.3

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in

the

APM30H (Ver.D)

Compared with issue 06 (2012-09-15), the following infomation is deleted from this issue:

l

Monitoring Signal Cable Connections in the DBS3900 Using the APM30H (Ver.D1)

l

Monitoring Signal Cable Connections in the DBS3900 Using the TMC11H (Ver.D1)

06 (2012-09-15)

This is the sixth official release.

Compared with issue 05 (2012-08-05), this issue includes the following new information:

l

5.1.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

l

5.2.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

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6.3 Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

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Power cable connections in the scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H

(Ver.D1)

l

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

l

Monitoring cable connections in the scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H

(Ver.D1)

l

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the APM30H (Ver.D)

l

4.4.3 Components in the OMB (Ver.C)

l

7.2.16 CMUEA-BBU Monitoring Signal Cable

Compared with issue 05 (2012-08-05), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

2.1

Outdoor Installation Scenarios with

Added the application scenario of the DBS3900 using the APM30H(Ver.D), TMC11H(Ver.D), and OMB(Ver.C) cabinets. Added the exteriors, configurations, engineering specifications, components, configurations of the Upper-Level circuit breakers and power cables, power distribution schemes, monitoring system, power cable connections, and monitoring signal cable connections of the BTS3900 using the APM30H(Ver.D), TMC11H (Ver.D), and OMB(Ver.C) cabinets.

AC

Power Supply

2.2

Outdoor Installation Scenarios with

DC

Power Supply

4.1

Exteriors of Cabinets and Racks Used

by the DBS3900

4.2

Configurations of Cabinets Used by the

DBS3900

4.3

Engineering Specifications of Various

Cabinets Used by the DBS3900

4.4.1

Components in the APM, TMC, and

 

Battery Cabinet

5.1.4

Application Scenario of the DBS3900

Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

5.2.4

Application Scenario of the DBS3900

Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

6.4

Application Scenario of the DBS3900

Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the OMB or OMB (Ver.C)

Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the OMB, OMB (Ver.C), IMB03, or

IFS06

7.2.3

BBU Power Cable

Added the BBU power cable when the power device is EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05.

Compared with issue 05 (2012-08-05), no information is deleted from this issue.

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05

(2012-08-05)

 

This is the fifth official release.

 

Compared with issue 04 (2012-06-29), this issue includes the following new information:

l

4.4.5 Components Used for Installation on a Wall or 19-inch Rack

Compared with issue 04 (2012-06-29), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.10

LBBP

Added the information of combined bandwidths.

3.1.14

UTRP

Deleted the UTRPb4 used in LTE mode.

3.1.7

GTMU

Added the TRX specifications of the board.

Compared with issue 04 (2012-06-29), no information is deleted from this issue.

04

(2012-06-29)

 

This is the fourth official release.

 

Compared with issue 03 (2012-06-20), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 03 (2012-06-20), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.15

USCU

Added the information of the USCUb14 and the USCUb22.

BBU Power Cable

Added the length of the cables.

7.2.4 E1/T1 Cable

7.2.5 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer

Cable

FE/GE Ethernet Cable

7.2.7

FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable

7.2.10

FE/GE Fiber Optic Cable

7.2.11

CPRI Fiber Optic Cable

7.2.20

BBU Alarm Cable

03

(2012-06-20)

Compared with issue 03 (2012-06-20), no information is deleted from this issue.

This is the third official release.

DBS3900

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1 Changes in the DBS3900 Hardware Description

Compared with issue 02 (2012-04-25), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 02 (2012-04-25), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.9

WBBP

Added the description of silkscreens on the boards.

3.1.10

LBBP

3.1.15

USCU

 

5.1.2

Application Scenario of the DBS3900

Added the maximum power of the RRUs.

Using the APM30H (Ver.B) or APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

Compared with issue 02 (2012-04-25), no information is deleted from this issue.

02 (2012-04-25)

This is the second official release.

Compared with issue 01 (2012-03-20), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with issue 01 (2012-03-20), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.5 WMPT

Changed the description of the indicators on the boards.

3.1.6 UMPT

3.1.7 GTMU

 

3.1.8 LMPT

3.1.9 WBBP

3.1.11

FAN

3.1.12

UPEU

3.1.14

UTRP

3.1.15

USCU

3.1.17

UCIU

3.1.10

LBBP

3.1.16

UBRI

Compared with issue 01 (2012-03-20), no information is deleted from this issue.

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01 (2012-03-20)

This is the first official release.

Compared with draft A (2012-02-10), this issue does not include any new information.

Compared with draft A (2012-02-10), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

3.1.10

LBBP

Added the cell bandwidth supported by the LBBPd.

7.2.22

BBU interconnection signal cable

Changed the exterior of the inter-BBU signal cable.

Compared with draft A (2012-02-10), no information is deleted from this issue.

Draft A (2012-02-10)

This is a draft.

Compared with the documents for the MBTS V100R004C00, WCDMA NodeB V200R013C00, GSM BTS V100R013C00, and eNodeB V100R004C00, this issue includes the following new information:

l

Engineering Specifications of the DBS3900

l

4.4.1 Components in the APM, TMC, and Battery Cabinet

l

HEUA

l

AC Surge Protection Box

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Outdoor Single-Mode Base Station

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Indoor Single-Mode Base Station

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Outdoor Dual-Mode Base Station in Co- Transmission Mode

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Indoor Dual-Mode Base Station in Co- Transmission Mode

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Outdoor Dual-Mode Base Station in Separate Transmission Mode

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Indoor Dual-Mode Base Station in Separate Transmission Mode

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Outdoor Triple-Mode Base Station

l

Transmission Cable Connections in an Indoor Triple-Mode Base Station

l

7.1.5 Inter-BBU Signal Cable Connections

l

7.2.22 BBU interconnection signal cable

l

7.2.23 Cable Between two Combined Base Stations

l

7.2.24 Adapter Used for Local Maintenance

l

3.2 RRU

l

3.1.6 UMPT

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Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

l

Configurations of the upper-level circuit breakers and power cables in 5.1.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

l

Power distribution scheme in 5.2.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

l

Monitoring scheme in 6.6 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

l

Power cable connections in Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in the TP48600A

l

Monitoring signal cable connections in Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Using the TP48600A Cabinet

Compared with the issues for the MBTS V100R004C00, WCDMA NodeB V200R013C00, GSM BTS V100R013C00, and eNodeB V100R004C00, this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

Exteriors of DBS3900 Cabinets and Racks

Added the exteriors of the OMB, IMB03, and

IFS06.

3.1.9

WBBP

Added the description of the WBBPf.

3.1.10

LBBP

Added the description of the LBBPd.

3.1.15

USCU

Changed the names of the USCUb11, USCUb12, and USCUb21.

3.1.4

BBU3900 Slot Assignment

Added the slot assignment rules for the boards in BBU0 and BBU1 in the GU+UL (BBUs cascaded) scenario.

CPRI Cable Connections in the UMTS +LTE Base Station

Added the CPRI cable connections in the CPRI MUX topology.

Configurations of Cabinets Used by the

Added the configurations of the TP48600A cabinet.

DBS3900

6.7 Customized Alarm Input

Added the customized alarm input when the DBS3900 uses the TP48600A cabinet.

Compared with the documents for the MBTS V100R004C00, WCDMA NodeB V200R013C00, GSM BTS V100R013C00, and eNodeB V100R004C00, no information is deleted from this issue.

DBS3900

Hardware Description

2 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Cabinet

2 Application Scenario of the DBS3900 Cabinet

About This Chapter

The DSB3900 consists of the required cabinets, BBU, RRUs, and other components in the cabinets. This chapter describes various cabinet application scenarios.

2.1 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

This section describes the scenarios where the BBU is installed outdoors and the DBS3900 is supplied with AC power.

2.2 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with DC Power Supply

This section describes the scenarios where the BBU is installed outdoors and the DBS3900 is supplied with DC power.

2.3 Indoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

This section describes the scenario where the BBU in the DBS3900 is installed indoors with AC power supply.

2.4 Indoor Installation Scenarios with DC Power Supply

This section describes the scenarios where the BBU is installed indoors and the DBS3900 is supplied with DC power.

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2.1 Outdoor Installation Scenarios with AC Power Supply

This section describes the scenarios where the BBU is installed outdoors and the DBS3900 is supplied with AC power.

Table 2-1 lists the scenarios where the BBU is installed outdoors and the DBS3900 is supplied with AC power.

Table 2-1 Installation scenarios

BBU Installation Position

Scenario Description

Remarks

APM30H (Ver.C)

The BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.C) and the RRUs are installed remotely. The APM30H (Ver.C) supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

The same configuration principles are used for the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.B) and the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.C) cabinet. For details, see BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.B)/APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet, which uses an APM30H (Ver.C) as an example.

APM30H (Ver.B)

The BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.B) and RRUs are installed remotely. The APM30H (Ver.B) supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

APM30H (Ver.D)

BBU 0 is installed in an APM30H (Ver.D), BBU 1 is installed in an APM30H (Ver.D) or TMC11H (Ver.D), and RRUs are installed remotely. The APM30H (Ver.D) or TMC11H (Ver.D) supplies power to the BBU, and the APM30H (Ver.D) supplies power to RRUs.

BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.D) or TMC11H (Ver.D)

APM30H (Ver.A)

The BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.A) and RRUs are installed remotely. The APM30H (Ver.A) supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

The same configuration principles are used for the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30H (Ver.A) and the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30 cabinet. For details, see Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in an APM30H (Ver.A)/APM30, which uses an APM30H (Ver.A) as an example.

APM30

The BBU is installed in an APM30 and the RRUs are installed remotely. The APM30 supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

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BBU Installation Position

Scenario Description

Remarks

TP48600A

The BBU is installed in a TP48600A and the RRUs are installed remotely. The TP48600A supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

BBU Installed in a TP48600A Cabinet

OMB

The BBU is installed in an OMB and the RRUs are installed remotely. The OMB supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

BBU Installed in an OMB

OMB (Ver.C)

The BBU is installed in an OMB (Ver.C) and the RRUs are installed remotely. The OMB (Ver.C) supplies power to the BBU and RRUs.

BBU Installed in an OMB (Ver.C)

BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.B)/APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet

BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.B)/APM30H (Ver.C) Cabinet NOTE APM30H (Ver.B) and APM30H (Ver.C) are referred

NOTE

APM30H (Ver.B) and APM30H (Ver.C) are referred to as APM30H, and TMC11H (Ver.B) and TMC11H (Ver.C)are referred to as TMC11H.

The principles for configuring the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30H cabinet are as follows:

l

A single DBS3900 can be configured with a maximum of 12 RRUs.

l

An APM30H cabinet can supply power to a maximum of six RRUs.

l

An APM30H supports only one TMC11H and a maximum of two IBBS200Ds or

IBBS200Ts.

l

A maximum of 6 RRU power cables and 12 dual-wire fiber optic cables can be routed out from an APM30H.

l

An APM30H or TMC11H cabinet can be installed on the ground or stacked on an IBBS200D or IBBS200T.

l

An IBBS200D or IBBS200T can be stacked with a cabinet of the same type or be stacked under a TMC11H.

l

During base station deployment, the basic cabinet is positioned on the right, and auxiliary cabinets such as the battery cabinet and transmission cabinet are positioned on the left. If both the battery cabinet and transmission cabinet are required, the battery cabinet is positioned on the left side of the basic cabinet, and the transmission cabinet is stacked on the battery cabinet or positioned on the left side of the battery cabinet.

l

During base station deployment, space must be reserved for capacity expansion in the future. Unless otherwise stated, during capacity expansion the original cabinets remain in the original positions and new cabinets are added to the right of original cabinets. If space is insufficient, new cabinets can be added to the left side of original cabinets in the reverse way of the base station deployment scenario.

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A single- or dual-mode base station can be configured with only one BBU, which is installed in the APM30H cabinet. When 7 to 12 RRUs are configured, two APM30Hs are required. The BBU is installed in the basic APM30H, which is on the left side.

Table 2-2 describes the cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station with different backup power capacities, space for customer equipment, and carrier configurations.

Table 2-2 Cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station

Power

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

Customer

Configurati

Capacit

Equipment

on

y

110

V AC or

No

5 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H

220

V AC

backup

     
 

power

16 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 TMC11H

12 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs

23 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H

The

5 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 IBBS200D/

number

 

IBBS200T

of

     

IBBS200

16 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 TMC11H+1

Ds or

 

IBBS200D/IBBS200T

IBBS200

12 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+2 IBBS200Ds/

Ts is the

 

IBBS200Ts

same as that of

     

23 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H+2

APM30H

 

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

s

in the

initial

configura

tion

The

5 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+2 IBBS200Ds/

number

 

IBBS200Ts

of

     

IBBS200

16 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 TMC11H+2

Ds or

 

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

IBBS200

12 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+4 IBBS200Ds/

Ts is two

 

IBBS200Ts

times that

of

23 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H+4

APM30H

 

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

s

in the

initial

configura

tion

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When no backup power is required in a site, the cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station in the case of different space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in Figure 2-1.

Figure 2-1 Cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station without backup power

of a single- or dual-mode base station without backup power When the number of storage battery

When the number of storage battery cabinets are the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station in the case of different space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in Figure 2-2.

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Figure 2-2 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of storage battery cabinets is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration When the number of storage

When the number of storage battery cabinets is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station in the case of different space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of storage battery cabinets is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration Two BBUs are configured for a

Two BBUs are configured for a triple-mode base station. BBU 0 is installed in the main APM30H, which is on the left side. BBU 1 is installed in the extension APM30H, which is on the right side.

Table 2-3 describes the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different backup power capacities, space for customer equipment, and carrier configurations.

Table 2-3 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station

Power Supply

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet

Power

Customer

Configura

Configuration

Capacity

Equipment

tion

110

V AC or

No backup

10 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs

220

V AC

power

     
 

21 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H

The number

10 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+2

of

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

IBBS200Ds

or

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Power Supply

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet

Power

Customer

Configura

Configuration

Capacity

Equipment

tion

 

IBBS200Ts

21 U

12 RRUs

2

is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H +2 IBBS200Ds/

IBBS200Ts

The number

10 U

12 RRUs

2

APM30Hs+4

of

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

IBBS200Ds

     

21 U

12 RRUs

APM30Hs+1 TMC11H +4 IBBS200Ds/

2

or

IBBS200Ts

is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

IBBS200Ts

When no backup power is required in a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station in the case of different space required for customer equipment are shown in Figure

2-4.

Figure 2-4 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station without backup power

of a triple-mode base station without backup power When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station in the case of

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different space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in Figure

2-5.

Figure 2-5 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is the same as that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration When the number of IBBS200Ds

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station in the case of different space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in Figure

2-6.

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Figure 2-6 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is two times that of APM30Hs in the initial configuration BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.D)

BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.D) or TMC11H (Ver.D)

BBU Installed in an APM30H (Ver.D) or TMC11H (Ver.D) NOTE APM30H (Ver.D) is shortened to APM30H,

NOTE

APM30H (Ver.D) is shortened to APM30H, and TMC11H (Ver.D) is shortened to TMC11H.

The principles for configuring the DBS3900 of which the BBU is installed in an APM30H cabinet are as follows:

l

A single DBS3900 can be configured with a maximum of 12 RRUs.

l

An APM30H cabinet can supply power to a maximum of 12 RRUs.

l

An APM30H supports only one TMC11H cabinet and a maximum of two IBBS200Ds or

IBBS200Ts.

l

A maximum of 12 RRU power cables and 24 dual-wire fiber optic cables can be routed out from an APM30H.

l

An APM30H or TMC11H cabinet can be installed on the ground or stacked on an IBBS200D or IBBS200T.

l

An IBBS200D or IBBS200T can be stacked with a cabinet of the same type or be stacked under a TMC11H.

l

During base station deployment, the basic cabinet is positioned on the right side, and auxiliary cabinets such as the battery cabinet and transmission cabinet are positioned on

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the left side. If both the battery cabinet and transmission cabinet are required, the battery cabinet is positioned on the left side of the basic cabinet, and the transmission cabinet is stacked on the battery cabinet or positioned on the left side of the battery cabinet.

l During base station deployment, space must be reserved for capacity expansion in the future. Unless otherwise stated, the original cabinets remain in the original positions and new cabinets are added to the right side of original cabinets during capacity expansion.

A single DBS3900 can be configured with a maximum of 12 RRUs. An APM30H can be

connected to a maximum of 12 RRUs with 12 groups of RRU power cables, which contain 24 groups of 2-wire fiber optical cables. When a base station is configured with 7 to 12 RRUs, another DCDU-12B must be added to the APM30H.

A single- or dual-mode base station can be configured with only one BBU, which is installed in

the APM30H.

When no backup power is required at a site, the cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure.

Figure 2-7 Cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station without backup power

of a single- or dual-mode base station without backup power When the number of IBBS200Ds or

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure.

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Figure 2-8 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs during base station deployment

same as the number of APM30Hs during base station deployment When the number of IBBS200Ds or

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure.

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Figure 2-9 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration When the number of IBBS700Ds or

When the number of IBBS700Ds or IBBS700Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure.

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Figure 2-10 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS700Ds or IBBS700Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs during base station deployment

same as the number of APM30Hs during base station deployment The following table describes the cabinet

The following table describes the cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station with different requirements of backup power capacities, space required for customer equipment, and carrier configurations.

Table 2-4 Cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station

Power

Backup

Space

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

for

Configur

Capacity

Custom

ation

er

Equipm

ent

110

V AC or

No backup

5 U

6 RRUs

1 APM30H

220

V AC

power.

16 U

6 RRUs

1 APM30H+1 TMC11H

 

4 U

12

1 APM30H (with one DCDU)

RRUs

15 U

12

1 APM30H (with one DCDU)+1

RRUs

TMC11H

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Power

Backup

Space

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

for

Configur

Capacity

Custom

ation

er

Equipm

ent

 

The number

5 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 IBBS200D/

of

IBBS200T

IBBS200D

     

s or

16 U

6 RRUs

1

APM30H+1 TMC11H+1

IBBS200Ts

IBBS200D/IBBS200T

is the same as the number of

4 U

12

1

APM30H (with one DCDU)+1

RRUs

IBBS200D/IBBS200T

APM30Hs

15 U

12

APM30H (with one DCDU)+1 TMC11H+1 IBBS200D/

1

in the initial configurati on.

RRUs

IBBS200T

l

The

5 U

6 RRUs

l

1 APM30H+2 IBBS200Ds/

number

IBBS200Ts

of

l

1 APM30H+1 IBBS700D/

IBBS20

IBBS700T

0Ds or

 

IBBS20

16 U

6 RRUs

l

1 APM30H+1 TMC11H+2

0Ts is

IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

twice

l

1 APM30H+1 TMC11H+1

the

IBBS700D/IBBS700T

number

 

of

4 U

12

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +2 IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

APM30

RRUs

Hs in the initial configur ation.

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 IBBS700D/IBBS700T

l

The number of

 

IBBS70

0Ds or

IBBS70

0Ts is

the

same as

the

number

of

APM30

Hs

during

base

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Power

Backup

Space

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

for

Configur

Capacity

Custom

ation

er

Equipm

ent

 

station

15 U

12

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 TMC11H+2 IBBS200Ds/

deploy

RRUs

ment.

IBBS200Ts

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 TMC11H+1 IBBS700D/

IBBS700T

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 TMC11H+1 IBBS700D/ IBBS700T NOTE When the number of IBBS200Ds or

NOTE

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial site construction, and the site is configured with more than six RRUs, the IBBS200D or IBBS200T must be configured with at least two battery packs consisting of 92 Ah storage batteries to avoid overcurrent of a single battery pack during the discharging.

Two BBUs are configured for a triple-mode base station. The BBUs are installed as follows:

l

When two BBUs are configured in the initial site construction, the BBUs are installed in an APM30H and transmission equipment is installed in a TMC11H.

l

During capacity expansion, if there is space for a second BBU in the APM30H, the BBU is installed in the APM30H. Otherwise, the BBU is installed in a TMC11H.

When a triple-mode base station is configured with only one BBU, the BBU is installed in the position of BBU0 in the following figure.

When no backup power is required at a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment are shown in the following figure. Illustrations a and b in the following figure show the scenarios of new site deployment, and illustration c shows the scenarios of capacity expansion.

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Figure 2-11 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station without backup power

of a triple-mode base station without backup power When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure. Illustrations a and b in the following figure show the scenarios of new site deployment, and illustration c shows the scenarios of capacity expansion.

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Figure 2-12 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration When the number of IBBS200Ds or

When the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure. Illustrations a and b in the following figure show the scenarios of new site deployment, and illustration c shows the scenarios of capacity expansion.

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Figure 2-13 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS200Ds or IBBS200Ts is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

is twice the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration When the number of IBBS700Ds or

When the number of IBBS700Ds or IBBS700Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration of a site, the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different requirements of space required for customer equipment and carrier configurations are shown in the following figure.

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Figure 2-14 Cabinet configurations of a single-mode or dual-mode base station when the number of IBBS700Ds or IBBS700Ts is the same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration

same as the number of APM30Hs in the initial configuration The following table describes the cabinet

The following table describes the cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station with different requirements of backup power capacities, space required for customer equipment, and carrier configurations.

Table 2-5 Cabinet configurations of a triple-mode base station

Power

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

Custome

Configur

Capacity

r

ation

Equipme

nt

110

V AC or

No backup

2 U

12

1 APM30H (with one DCDU)

220

V AC

power.

 

RRUs

 

13 U

12

1 APM30H (with one DCDU)+1

 

RRUs

TMC11H

The number of

2 U

12

1

APM30H (with one DCDU)+1

IBBS200Ds

 

RRUs

IBBS200D/IBBS200T

or IBBS200Ts is the same as the number of

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Power

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet Configuration

Supply

Power

Custome

Configur

Capacity

r

ation

Equipme

nt

 

APM30Hs in

13 U

12

1 APM30H (with one DCDU)+1 TMC11H+1 IBBS200D/

the initial

 

RRUs

configuration.

IBBS200T

l

The

2 U

12

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +2 IBBS200Ds/IBBS200Ts

number of

 

RRUs

IBBS200

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 IBBS700D/IBBS700T

Ds or

IBBS200T

s

is twice

13 U

12

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 TMC11H+2 IBBS200Ds/

the

 

RRUs

number of

IBBS200Ts

APM30Hs

 

in the

l

1 APM30H (with one DCDU) +1 TMC11H+1 IBBS700D/

initial

configurati

IBBS700T

on.

 

l

The

number of

IBBS700

Ds or

IBBS700T

s

is the

same as

the

number of

APM30Hs

in the

initial

configurati

on.

Scenario Where the BBU Is Installed in an APM30H (Ver.A)/APM30

NOTE

NOTE

 

l

In this section, the APM is APM30 or APM30H (Ver.A).

l

The APM30 or APM30H (Ver.A) is configured in a single- or dual-mode scenario.

l

A single DBS3900 can be configured with a maximum of 12 RRUs.

l

A single APM can provide power to a maximum of six RRUs.

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l

A single APM can be installed together with only one TMC and a maximum of one integrated battery backup system with TEC (IBBS200T). TEC is short for thermoelectric cooling unit.

l

A maximum of six power cables and twelve dual-wire fiber optic cables can be led out from a single APM.

l

An APM or TMC can be installed on the floor or stacked on a battery cabinet.

l

A BBC or IBBS200T can be stacked with a cabinet of the same type or be stacked below a TMC. BBC is short for battery backup cabinet. The BBC or IBBS200T is stacked below the TMC.

l

During base station deployment, the basic cabinet is positioned on the right and auxiliary cabinets such as the battery cabinet and TMC, if required, are positioned on the left. If both the battery cabinet and transmission cabinet are required, the battery cabinet is positioned on the left of the basic cabinet, and the transmission cabinet is stacked on the battery cabinet or positioned on the left of the battery cabinet.

l

During base station deployment, space must be reserved for capacity expansion in the future. Unless otherwise stated, during capacity expansion the original cabinets remain in the original positions and new cabinets are added to the right of original cabinets. In a special scenario, new cabinets can be added to the left of original cabinets in the reverse way of the base station deployment scenario.

A single- or dual-mode base station can be configured with only one BBU, which is installed in the APM. When 7 to 12 RRUs are configured, two APMs are required. The BBU is installed in the basic APM, which is on the left.

Table 2-6 describes the cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station with different backup power capacities, space for customer equipment, and carrier configurations.

Table 2-6 Cabinet configurations of a single- or dual-mode base station

Power Supply

Backup

Space for

Carrier

Cabinet

Power

Customer