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SingleRAN

Antenna System
Feature Parameter Description Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
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Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Scope 1.2 Intended Audience 1.3 Change History

2 Connection with TMA


2.1 Overview of Connection with TMA 2.2 RF Receiver Channel Attenuation 2.3 Power Supply for TMA 2.4 Monitor TMA

3 Remote Electrical Tilt


3.1 Overview of Remote Electrical Tilt 3.2 Operating Principles of RET 3.3 Operating Principles of Huawei RET

4 2-Way Antenna Receive Diversity 5 Parameters


5.1 Parameters of Connection With TMA 5.2 Parameters of Remote Rlectrical Tilt

6 Counters 7 Glossary 8 Reference Documents

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
This document describes the antenna system feature of Huawei SingleRAN system. It covers the sub-features connection with Tower Mounted Amplifier (TMA), remote electrical tilt, and 2-way antenna receive diversity.

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for:

Personnel who are familiar with GSM and WCDMA basics Personnel who need to understand antenna system Personnel who work with Huawei products

1.3 Change History


This section provides information on the changes in different document versions. There are two types of changes, which are defined as follows:

Feature change: refers to changes in the antenna system feature of a specific product version. Editorial change: refers to changes in wording or the addition of the information that was not described in the earlier version.

Document Issues
The document issues are as follows:

01 (2010-10-15) Draft (2010-05-15)

01 (2010-10-15)
This is the document for the first commercial release of SRAN5.0. Compared with issue Draft (2010-05-15) of SRAN5.0, this issue optimizes the description.

Draft (2010-05-15)
This is the draft of the document for SRAN5.0. This is a new document.

2 Connection with TMA


This section describes the RF RX channel attenuation configuration, power supply configuration, and working status monitoring configuration of the Tower Mounted Amplifier (TMA). The connection with TMA function corresponds to the feature MRFD-210601 Connection with TMA (Tower Mounted Amplifier).

2.1 Overview of Connection with TMA


Installed on the tower top, a TMA is a device for amplifying uplink signals. As an optional component of the antenna system, the TMA compensates for the feeder loss caused by a long feeder to improve the uplink sensitivity and converge. In SRAN5.0, both NodeBs and BTSs support TMA and smart TMA (STMA). An STMA has a built-in Smart Bias Tee (SBT) in comparison to a TMA. The power supply switch and attenuation factor need to be set for both TMA and STMA. In a network whose uplink coverage is limited, the TMA can be installed to improve the RX sensitivity and expand the cell radius, thus reducing the number of BTSs and minimizing investments. Users need to determine whether to install the TMA according to the actual project requirements. BTSs power and control the TMA. Huawei BTS provides the TMA with 10 - 13 V output voltage. When a major alarm related to the TMA is reported, the BTS automatically sets the attenuation value of the RX channel to 0. After the alarm is cleared, the BTS automatically restores the attenuation value of the RX channel to the configured value.

The RET control signals, power supply, and RF signals of the TMA are transmitted through the feeder. This facilitates operation and maintenance. The SBT powers the TMA through the feeder and provides the RCU with control signals. Huawei BTS also supports dual-TMA. Dual-TMA indicates that each TMA contains two pairs of RX/TX branches. Each sector needs to be configured with only one TMA. Each TMA also contains a low noise amplifier (LNA) for monitoring alarms. The functions of the two pairs of RX/TX branches of a TMA are the same. The RX channel has two RX filters and one LNA. When the input DC is faulty, the LNA is automatically ignored. The Bias Tee is configured on the BTS side of the TMA. The Bias Tee of a smart TMA (STMA) is referred to as an SBT. The Bias Tee can distinguish the combined signals of RF signals and DC signals, power the LNA, and provide the RCU with RET control signals. The TX channel contains a TX filter, as shown in Figure 2-1. Figure 2-1 Working principle of the TMA

2.2 RF Receiver Channel Attenuation


The TMA can improve both the uplink RX gain and the RX sensitivity. When the BTS measures the uplink RX level, the measurement result must reflect the actual radio environment. Therefore, the TMA gain must be compensated reversely on the RF RX channel to ensure that the RX quality is improved and the RX level reflects the actual radio environment when the BTS measures the uplink RX level. When the TMA is configured, users need to set the RF RX channel attenuation of the RF antenna interface and the RX channel corresponding to the TRX to obtain the TMA gain according to the actual requirement. For the BTS, you can run the MML command SET BTSRXUBP to specify whether the TMA is installed on the antenna system, and set the attenuation factor for the TMA.

For the NodeB, you can run the MML command ADD ALD to add the TMA for the antenna line device (ALD), run the MML command SET TMAMODE to set the work mode of the TMA, run the MML command SET TMAGAIN to set the gain of the TMA, and run the MML command SET RXATTEN to set the attenuation of the RX channel.

2.3 Power Supply for TMA


The TMA needs to be powered by the BTS/NodeB through the RF feeder:

For the BTS, RXU board types such as the RRU3008, RRU3908, GRFU, and MRFU can directly provide power for the TMA. The DRFU, however, does not directly provide power for the TMA. Instead, it needs to be installed with a GATM board to provide power for the TMA. You can run the MML command SET BTSRXUBP/SET BTSDATUBP to enable the power switch. For the NodeB, the RF module provides power for the TMA. You can run the MML command SET ALDPWRSW to enable the power switch.

2.4 Monitor TMA


The working status of the TMA can be determined according to the status of the feeding current on the TMA. The methods of reflecting the working status of the TMA through the feeding current vary according to TMAs. Users need to configure feeder boards for TMAs according to the actual TMA feature configuration. There are three alarm modes: MODE1 has only one type of alarm whose alarm severity is critical, and the alarm current threshold is fixed and greater than the normal working current; MODE2 has two types of alarms whose alarm severities are critical and warning, and the alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current; MODE 3 has two types of alarms whose alarm severities are critical and warning, and the warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. Figure 2-2 Power supply current chart corresponding to MODE1

Figure 2-3 Power supply current chart corresponding to MODE2

Figure 2-4 Power supply current chart corresponding to MODE3

When the power switch is set to ON, you need to set the current alarm threshold:

For the BTS, you can run the MML command SET BTSRXUBP/SET BTSDATUBP to set the current alarm threshold. For the NodeB, you can run the MML command SET ALDPWRSW to set the current alarm threshold.

3 Remote Electrical Tilt


This section describes a solution for remote adjustment of the antenna tilt. The remote electrical tilt (RET) function corresponds to the feature MRFD-210602 Remote Electrical Tilt.

3.1 Overview of Remote Electrical Tilt


The RET refers to an antenna system whose tilt is controlled electrically. After an antenna is installed, the tilt of the antenna needs to be adjusted for the purpose of network optimization. With the RET feature, the phases of signals that reach the elements of the array antenna can be adjusted through electrical control, so as to change the vertical pattern of the antenna.

The tilt of the RET antenna can be adjusted after the system is powered on and be monitored in real time. In this way, precise adjustment of the antenna tilt can be achieved. The RET feature provides the following benefits:

The RET antennas at more than one site can be remotely adjusted at the same time. Therefore, the efficiency of adjusting the antenna tilt is improved and the cost of network optimization is reduced. The adjustment of RET antennas can be performed irrespective of weather conditions. It is easy to adjust the RET antennas at the sites that are difficult to reach.

The operating principles of RET are described in this chapter.

3.2 Operating Principles of RET


The tilt of the RET antenna can be adjusted remotely. The phase shifter of the antenna can be controlled by the stepper motor outside or inside the antenna. You can adjust the antenna tilt after the system is powered on and monitor the tilt in real time. Therefore, the precise remote adjustment of the antenna tilt can be achieved. Figure 3-1 shows the operating principles of the RET antenna. Figure 3-1 Operating principles of the RET antenna

The Remote Control Unit (RCU) is the driving motor of the phase shifter of the RET antenna. The RCU receives and executes the control commands from the MBTS to drive the stepper motor. A pulling bar connects the stepper motor and the phase shifter. When the stepper motor is triggered, the pulling bar moves and then the phase of the phase shifter changes through the gears. In this situation, the phase of each element of the array antenna changes regularly. Then, the direction of the main beam of the antenna changes accordingly. Thus, the antenna tilt is adjusted.

3.3 Operating Principles of Huawei RET


Huawei MBTS supports the following types of RET antenna connection:

Directly connect the RET through multicore cables: It is applicable when the distance between the RRU and the RCU is shorter than 20 meters.

Figure 3-2 DBS Station connect the RET Antenna directly

Connect the RET via SBT: It is applicable when the distance between the RRU and the RCU is longer than 20 meters and the TMA is not used in the system.

Figure 3-3 DBS Station connect the RET Antenna via SBT

Figure 3-4 BTS Station connect the RET Antenna via SBT

Connect the RET together with the STMA: It is applicable when the distance between the RRU and the RCU is longer than 20 meters and the TMA is required by the system.

Figure 3-5 DBS Station connect the RET Antenna together with STMA

Figure 3-6 BTS Station connect the RET Antenna together with STMA

The MBTS supplies the DC power to the stepper motor and communicates with it through the AISG interface on the motor. In the Huawei RET solution, the RET antenna can be controlled remotely or locally through a command sent from the M2000 or LMT respectively.

When directly connect the RET through multicore cables, the process of RET antenna control is as follows:

1. The M2000 or LMT issues the control command to the BBU, and then the BBU sends the command to the RRU. 2. The RRU modulates the control command into RS485 signals and then transmits the signals from the RS485 port to the RCU through the control cable.

When connect the RET via the SBT, the process of RET antenna control is as follows:

1. The M2000 or LMT issues the control command to the BBU, and then the BBU sends the command to the RRU.

2. The RRU modulates the control command into On-Off-Keying (OOK) signals and then transmits the signals and the DC power from the RF port to the SBT. 3. The SBT demodulates the OOK signals into RS485 signals and then transmits the signals and part of the DC power to the RCU.

When conect the RET together with STMA, the process of RET antenna control is as follows:

1. The M2000 or LMT issues the control command to the BBU, and then the BBU sends the command to the RRU. 2. The RRU modulates the control command into OOK signals and then transmits the signals and the DC power from the RF port to the STMA. 3. The STMA demodulates the OOK signals into RS485 signals and then transmits the signals and part of the DC power to the RCU. The Huawei RET solution supports the RET cascading control. Several cascaded RET antennas can be controlled by the signals coming from the same control cable. The cascading solution helps save the cost of the SBTs.

The Huawei RET solution also supports the 2G/3G RET cascading control. 3G RET antennas can be cascaded with 2G RET antennas. When they are cascaded, the tilts of the 2G RET antennas can be controlled on the OMC for 3G, and the tilts of the 3G RET antennas can also be controlled on the OMC for 2G. The cascading helps save the cost of SBTs and STMAs when the 2G and 3G RET antennas are installed at the same place.

4 2-Way Antenna Receive Diversity


The 2-way antenna receive diversity function corresponds to the feature MRFD-210604 2-Way Antenna Receive Diversity. With this feature, the same signal is received by two antennas. Then, the two ways of signals on the two antennas are combined after being processed. In this manner, the signal attenuation is reduced. This feature is a technique for improving the receive sensitivity and uplink coverage, thus reducing the CAPEX. For details, see TX Diversity and RX Diversity Feature Parameter Description of the RAN, and 2Antenna Receive Diversity Feature Parameter Description of the GBSS.

5 Parameters
5.1 Parameters of Connection With TMA
Table 5-1 Parameter description for GSM RXU board Parameter ID HAVETT1 NE MML Description

Meaning: Whether the tower-top amplifier is BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) installed on antenna tributary 1. GUI Value Range: NO(NO), YES(YES) Actual Value Range: NO, YES Unit: None Default Value: NO

Meaning: TMA attenuation factor of antenna ATTENFACTOR1 BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) tributary 1 GUI Value Range: 0~15 Actual Value Range: 0~15 Unit: dB Default Value: 0 HAVETT2 Meaning: Whether the tower-top amplifier is BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) installed on antenna tributary 2. GUI Value Range: NO(NO), YES(YES) Actual Value Range: NO, YES Unit: dB Default Value: NO Meaning: TMA attenuation factor of antenna ATTENFACTOR2 BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) tributary 2 GUI Value Range: 0~15 Actual Value Range: 0~15 Unit: dB Default Value: 0 PwrSwitchA Meaning: When the ANT_A tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) power switch is ON, it is allowed to configure related parameters of the ANT_A tributary. GUI Value Range: OFF(OFF), ON(ON) Actual Value Range: OFF, ON Unit: None Default Value: OFF

Parameter ID ChkModA

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Alarm mode of the ANT_A tributary BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) of an RXU board. There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. When the parameter is set to 1, "ANT_A ALD Current Minor Alarm Occur Th", "ANT_A ALD Current Minor Alarm Clear Th", "A ALD CurMinor Alarm Over-Cur Duration", and "A ALD Cur-Minor Alarm N-Cur Duration" cannot be configured. When the parameter is set to 2, "A ALD Cur-Minor Alarm Over-Cur Duration", and "A ALD Cur-Minor Alarm N-Cur Duration" cannot be configured. When the parameter is set to 3, "ANT_A ALD Current Minor Alarm Occur Th", and "ANT_A ALD Current Minor Alarm Clear Th" cannot be configured. GUI Value Range: UER_SELF_DEFINE1(User Self Defined Type 1), UER_SELF_DEFINE2(User Self Defined Type 2), UER_SELF_DEFINE3(ser Self Defined Type 3), TMA12DB_ONLY_NON_AISG(For 12 dB non-AISG TMA), TMA24DB_ONLY_NON_AISG(For 24 dB non-AISG TMA), RET_ONLY_COAXIAL(For RET only (coaxial)), TMA12DB_AISG(For 12 dB TMA and RET or 12 dB TMA (AISG)), TMA24DB_AISG(For 24 dB TMA and RET or 24 dB TMA (AISG)) Actual Value Range: UER_SELF_DEFINE1, TMA12DB_ONLY_NON_AISG, TMA24DB_ONLY_NON_AISG, RET_ONLY_COAXIAL, TMA12DB_AISG, TMA24DB_AISG, UER_SELF_DEFINE2, UER_SELF_DEFINE3 Unit: None Default Value: UER_SELF_DEFINE1

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Abnormally alarm raise threshold OverCurAlmThdA BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) triggered by too heavy current of the ANT_A tributary antenna. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm is triggered with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 0. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 320 OverCurClrThdA Meaning: Clearance threshold for the alarm BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) triggered when the ANT_A tributary antenna is over current. When the actual current is below this threshold, the ALD Current Abnormal Alarm is cleared. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 280 Meaning: Abnormally alarm triggering UnderCurAlmThdA BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) threshold when the ANT_A tributary antenna current is too light. When the actual current is lower than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm is triggered with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 1. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 40 Meaning: Abnormally alarm clearance UnderCurClrThdA BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) triggering threshold when the ANT_A tributary antenna current is too light. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm disappears with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 1. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 60

Parameter ID MinorAlmThdA

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Threshold for triggering prompt BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) alarm clearance when the ANT_A tributary antenna current is too heavy. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Prompt Alarm clearance is triggered. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 170

MinorClrThdA

Meaning: Threshold for triggering prompt BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) alarm clearance when the ANT_A tributary antenna current is too heavy. When the actual current is lower than the configured value, the ALD Current Prompt Alarm clearance is triggered. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 140

OverCurDurA

Meaning: When the ANT_A tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) current abnormally check mode is set to Mode 3, the parameter ALD Current Prompt Alarm is checked by periodical pulse. The periodical pulse consists of antenna over-current duration and normal current duration. This parameter is the ANT_A tributary antenna over-current duration. GUI Value Range: 100~10000 Actual Value Range: 100~10000 Unit: ms Default Value: 1500

NormalCurDurA

Meaning: When the ANT_A tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) current abnormally check mode is set to Mode 3, the parameter ALD Current Prompt Alarm is checked by periodical pulse. The periodical pulse consists of antenna over-current duration and normal current duration. This parameter is the ANT_A tributary antenna normal current duration. GUI Value Range: 100~10000 Actual Value Range: 100~10000 Unit: ms Default Value: 2500

Parameter ID PwrSwitchB

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: When the ANT_B tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) power switch is ON, it is allowed to configure related parameters of the ANT_B tributary. GUI Value Range: OFF(OFF), ON(ON) Actual Value Range: OFF, ON Unit: None Default Value: OFF

Parameter ID ChkModB

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Alarm mode of the ANT_B tributary BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) of an RXU board. There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. When the parameter is set to 1, "ANT_B ALD Current Minor Alarm Occur Th", "ANT_B ALD Current Minor Alarm Clear Th", "B ALD CurMinor Alarm Over-Cur Duration", and "B ALD Cur-Minor Alarm N-Cur Duration" cannot be configured. When the parameter is set to 2, "B ALD Cur-Minor Alarm Over-Cur Duration", and "B ALD Cur-Minor Alarm N-Cur Duration" cannot be configured. When the parameter is set to 3, "ANT_B ALD Current Minor Alarm Occur Th", and "ANT_B ALD Current Minor Alarm Clear Th" cannot be configured. GUI Value Range: UER_SELF_DEFINE1(User Self Defined Type 1), UER_SELF_DEFINE2(User Self Defined Type 2), UER_SELF_DEFINE3(ser Self Defined Type 3), TMA12DB_ONLY_NON_AISG(For 12 dB non-AISG TMA), TMA24DB_ONLY_NON_AISG(For 24 dB non-AISG TMA), RET_ONLY_COAXIAL(For RET only (coaxial)), TMA12DB_AISG(For 12 dB TMA and RET or 12 dB TMA (AISG)), TMA24DB_AISG(For 24 dB TMA and RET or 24 dB TMA (AISG)) Actual Value Range: UER_SELF_DEFINE1, TMA12DB_ONLY_NON_AISG, TMA24DB_ONLY_NON_AISG, RET_ONLY_COAXIAL, TMA12DB_AISG, TMA24DB_AISG, UER_SELF_DEFINE2, UER_SELF_DEFINE3 Unit: None Default Value: UER_SELF_DEFINE1

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Abnormally alarm raise threshold OverCurAlmThdB BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) triggered by too heavy current of the ANT_B tributary antenna. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm is triggered with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 0. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 320 OverCurClrThdB Meaning: Abnormally alarm clearance BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) threshold triggered by too heavy current of the ANT_B tributary antenna. When the actual current is lower than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm clearance is triggered with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 0. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 280 Meaning: Abnormally alarm triggering UnderCurAlmThdB BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) threshold when the ANT_B tributary antenna current is too light. When the actual current is lower than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm is triggered with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 1. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 40 Meaning: Abnormally alarm clearance UnderCurClrThdB BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) triggering threshold when the ANT_B tributary antenna current is too light. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Abnormally Alarm disappears with the corresponding alarm tributary No. of 1. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 60

Parameter ID MinorAlmThdB

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Threshold for triggering prompt BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) alarm clearance when the ANT_B tributary antenna current is too heavy. When the actual current is higher than the configured value, the ALD Current Prompt Alarm clearance is triggered. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 170

MinorClrThdB

Meaning: Threshold for triggering prompt BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) alarm clearance when the ANT_B tributary antenna current is too heavy. When the actual current is lower than the configured value, the ALD Current Prompt Alarm clearance is triggered. GUI Value Range: 10~3500 Actual Value Range: 10~3500 Unit: mA Default Value: 140

OverCurDurB

Meaning: When the ANT_B tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) current abnormally check mode is set to Mode 3, the parameter ALD Current Prompt Alarm is checked by periodical pulse. The periodical pulse consists of antenna over-current duration and normal current duration. This parameter is the ANT_B tributary antenna over-current duration. GUI Value Range: 100~10000 Actual Value Range: 100~10000 Unit: ms Default Value: 1500

NormalCurDurB

Meaning: When the ANT_B tributary antenna BSC6900 SET BTSRXUBP(Optional) current abnormally check mode is set to Mode 3, the parameter ALD Current Prompt Alarm is checked by periodical pulse. The periodical pulse consists of antenna over-current duration and normal current duration. This parameter is the ANT_B tributary antenna normal current duration. GUI Value Range: 100~10000 Actual Value Range: 100~10000 Unit: ms Default Value: 2500

Table 5-2 Parameter description for GSM GATM board Parameter ID AMPC0 NE MML Description

Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 0 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED

MODE0

Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 0. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP0 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 0. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, a TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170

Parameter ID ALMD0

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 0 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30

Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP0 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 0. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, a TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 AMPC1 Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 1 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED

Parameter ID MODE1

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 1. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP1 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 1. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 ALMD1 Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 1 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP1 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 1. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 AMPC2 Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 2 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED MODE2 Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 2. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP2 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 2. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 ALMD2 Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 2 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30 Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP2 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 2. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 AMPC3 Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 3 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED

Parameter ID MODE3

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 3. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP3 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 3. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 ALMD3 Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 3 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP3 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 3. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 AMPC4 Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 4 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED MODE4 Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 4. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP4 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 4. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 ALMD4 Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 4 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30 Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP4 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 4. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 AMPC5 Meaning: Whether to supply power to the BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) TMA on tributary 5 GUI Value Range: DISABLED(Disabled), ENABLED(Enabled) Actual Value Range: DISABLED, ENABLED Unit: None Default Value: DISABLED

Parameter ID MODE5

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Alarm mode of feed tributary 5. BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) There are three alarm modes. Alarm mode 1 has only one type of alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 2 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The alarm current is fixed and greater than the normal working current. Alarm mode 3 has two types of alarms: warning alarms and critical alarms. The warning alarm current is periodical pulse current, while the critical alarm current is fixed. GUI Value Range: MODE1(Mode1), MODE2(Mode2), MODE3(Mode3) Actual Value Range: MODE1, MODE2, MODE3 Unit: None Default Value: MODE1

Meaning: Critical alarm threshold against MAJORALMUP5 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 5. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current critical alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170 ALMD5 Meaning: If the feed current of the TMA on BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) tributary 5 is smaller than the value of this parameter, the TMA Low Temperature alarm is triggered. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 30

Parameter ID

NE

MML

Description

Meaning: Warning alarm threshold against MINORALMUP5 BSC6900 SET BTSDATUBP(Optional) excessive TMA feed current of feed tributary 5. When the actual current is greater than the specified value, the TMA feed current warning alarm is generated. GUI Value Range: 0~2000 Actual Value Range: 0~2000 Unit: mA Default Value: 170

Table 5-3 Parameter description for UMTS Connection With TMA Parameter ID PWRSW NE NodeB MML Description

SET Meaning: ALD power supply switch status ALDPWRSW(Optional) GUI Value Range: ON, OFF Actual Value Range: ON, OFF Unit: None Default Value: ADD ALD(Optional) Meaning: ALD type MOD ALD(Optional) GUI Value Range: SINGLE_RET, STMA, MULTI_RET, SASU Actual Value Range: SINGLE_RET, STMA, MULTI_RET, SASU Unit: None Default Value: SET Meaning: TMAGAIN(Mandatory) GUI Value Actual Value Unit: Default Value: STMA Range: Range: gain 0~255 0~63.75 dB

DEVTP

NodeB

GAIN

NodeB

ATTEN

NodeB

SET Meaning: It is the value of WRFU/RRU Rx RXATTEN(Mandatory) attenuation. GUI Value Actual Value Unit: Default Value: Range: Range: 0, 0, 4~30 4~30 dB

Parameter ID MODE

NE NodeB

MML

Description

SET Meaning: STMA working mode TMAMODE(Mandatory) GUI Value Range: NORMAL(Normal Mode), BYPASS(Bypass Mode) Actual Value Range: NORMAL, BYPASS Unit: None Default Value: -

5.2 Parameters of Remote Rlectrical Tilt


Table 5-4 Parameter description Parameter ID NE TILT NodeB MML SET ANTTILT(Optional) Description Meaning: RET antenna Range: -10~30, tilt -100~300 Step:0.1 degree

GUI Value Actual Value Unit: Default Value: AER NodeB SET TILTAER(Optional)

Range:

Meaning: It is the tilt alarm error range of the RET antenna. GUI Value Actual Value Range: Unit: Default Value: 5 Range: 0.0~1.0, 0~10 Step:0.1 degree