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GBC_021_E1_1 ZXG10-iBSC Description

ZTE University GSM-BSS Team

OBJECTIVES

 To understand the parts and functions of

ZXG10-iBSC
 To discover important features and

technologies of ZXG10-iBSC
 To understand iBSC configuration and

networking

Contents

iBSC Overview iBSC shelves and boards iBSC interface unit iBSC cable connection iBSC configuration and networking

iBSC Overview

iBSC Solution


Support 2G and 3G MS core network by A/Gb or Iu mode


GERAN BSS Iur-g

MS MS

Um

BTS

BSC
BTS BSS Iur-g UTRAN

Gb Iu

RNC

GSM/UMTS Core Network

iBSC Overview

Position of ibsc in the network


MSC/VLR or MSCS/VLR Nc BTS BSC BTS Iur-g MGW IuCs NodeB RNC NodeB SGSN GGSN IuPs GMGW IuCs Nb A Mc

GMSC

PSTN

Inter-PLMN

Gb

IuPs

iBSC Overview

iBSC Feature

 

All IP hardware platform High capacity and strong processing capability


iBSC hardware platform

Modulization, easy capacity expansion

 

Flexible networking mode High reliability


All IP platform
Modulization

Easy expansion

Compatibility

GSM / WCDMA TD-SCDMA

High reliability High integration and low power consumption

Flexible networking mode Modulization, easy capacity expansion

Totally 10 boards


CDMA 2000

NGN

 

Standard A interface High capacity and strong processing capability

All IP hardware platform

iBSC Overview

iBSC capacity

Traffic supported ( two racks):15000Erl BHCA 4200K

1 rack TRX supported Gb:dataflow/Mbps 1024 32M/A:use 32M fiber Abis:E1 supported A: E1/STM-1 208 224/4

2 rack 3072 96M/A:160M fiber 624 672/12

iBSC Overview

System Functions

Supports GSM 900, GSM 850, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 network.

Supports the base station management functions in the standard. It can manage the hybrid access of ZXG10 BTS series products.

Connects with OMC by foreground/background interface to realize the operation and maintenance management of BSS.

Supports various types of services.

iBSC Overview

Interface Indices

      

A-interface uses the following media: 1. E1 Link 2. STM-1 Link 3. FE Link Abis-interface E1 Link Fast Ethernet link

iBSC Overview

Capacity Indices

Index A-Interface E1 STM-1 E1 Abis Interface FE + E1 FE Gb-Interface No. of No.7 link No. of Carriers No. of Sites A-interface E1 A-interface STM-1 64 kbit/s link 2M No.7 link

Maximum Capacity 672 12 624 12 FE + 312 E1 12 96 Mbps 160 Mbps 16 2 3072 1536

iBSC Overview

Bords
Board Name Functions Board Function Name IPBB, IPAB, IPGB CHUB CLKG CMP DTB GLI BIPB DRTB OMP PSN SDTB SPB, GIPB, LAPD SVR UIMC UIMU UPPB Corresponding Back Board RMNIC RCHB1, RCHB2 RCKG1, RCKG2 RDTB -

BIPI

Provide FE interface for iBSC system, there are 4 FE interfaces on each BIPI. CHUB and UIMC/UIMU together control the exchange and convergence of the system internal control plane data. Implement the clock function of iBSC system. Implement the service call control management in PS/CS domain, the resource management in sub-layer, such as BSSAP, BSSGP, and system itself. Each DTB provides 32 E1 interfaces. Provide interface and processing function for the interconnection of each resource shelf. Realize the Abis interface processing, transcoding and rate adaptation. Implement the system global processing, provide an external FE interface and iOMCR connection; monitor and manage the boards in the system directly or indirectly. Implement the exchange of user plane data with large capacity. Provide a standard 155M STM-1 interface. Implement the signal processing and external interface function. Store some files needed by OMP, and organize these files according to the requirement of OMC. Provide switching plane for control shelf and packet switching unit shelf. Provide internal platform for resource shelf. Implement the PS service processing in A/Gb mode and user plane service processing in Iu mode.

CHUB CLKG CMP DTB GLI GUP

OMP PSN SDTB SPB

RMPB RGIM1 RSPB

SVR UIMC UIMU UPPB

RSVB RUIM2, RUIM3 RUIM1 -

iBSC Overview

Cabinet Structure
1

1. Back Door
2 3 4

2. Busbar 3. Cover Plate

4. Filter
6 8

5. Fiber Winding Tray 6. Service Shelf

9 7

7. Front Door 8. Grounding Copper Busbar 9. Rack


10

10.Installation Base

iBSC Overview

Physical Feature
ZXG10 iBSC V6.00 is High Capacity Base

Station Controller Rack Size(HxWxD)=2000mm x 600mm x 800mm DC Input = -48 V DC DC Range = -40V ~ -57V Power Consumption of Full Configured Single Cabinet = 2200W Power Consumption of Full Configured Dual Cabinet = 5200W Relative Humidity = 20% ~ 90% Operating Temperature = 0C ~ 40C

iBSC Overview

Cabinet Structure (2)


POWER DISTRIBU TE UNIT

BLANK PANEL (1U) POWER DISTRIBUTOR FAN UNIT 1U

2U

SERVICE SHELF CHUTE 1U

8U

SERVICE SHELF CHUTE 1U FAN UNIT 1U

8U

SERVICE SHELF

8U

CHUTE

1U

SERVICE SHELF CHUTE 1U FAN UNIT 1U DUSTPROOF NET

8U

iBSC Overview

Single Rack Configuration

Shelf type

Shelf Function Implements global operation and maintenance functions, global clock function, control plane processing, and control plane switching and Ethernet Implements system access, and forms all general service subsystems Provides a switch platform of large capacity and little congestion

Control shelf

Resource shelf Switching shelf

iBSC Overview

Dual Rack Configuration

iBSC Overview

Hardware System Diagram

Contents

iBSC Overview iBSC shelves and boards iBSC interface unit iBSC cable connection iBSC configuration and networking

iBSC shelves and boards

Hardware Rack

BCTC

which manages and controls the whole system,

processes control plane signaling, and provides a global clock and external synchronization function.


(BUSN) holds different types of service processing boards and forms various general service processing subsystems.

BPSN

provides necessary message transmission

channel to fulfill different kinds of data interaction in PS




BCSN

provides necessary message to fulfill different

kinds of data interaction based on CS for big T network situation

iBSC shelves and boards

Classification of iBSC

BCTC

BUSN BUSN

BPSN

iBSC shelves and boards

Backplane

Shelf

Backplane

Switching shelf

Backplane of packet switching network (BPSN)

Control shelf

Backplane of control center (BCTC)

Resource shelf

Backplane of universal service network (BUSN)

iBSC shelves and boards

Single Rack Configuration

Shelf type

Shelf Function Implements global operation and maintenance functions, global clock function, control plane processing, and control plane switching and Ethernet Implements system access, and forms all general service subsystems Provides a switch platform of large capacity and little congestion

Control shelf

Resource shelf Switching shelf

iBSC shelves and boards

Switching Shelf (1)




Switching shelf provides necessary message transmission channel to fulfill different kinds of data interaction such as timing, signaling, voice service, and data service between various functional entities inside and outside the ZXG10 iBSC system. UIMC UIM3 (RUIM3) PSN GLI BPSN UIM2 (RUIM2) Board Rear board Backplane

iBSC shelves and boards

Switching Shelf (2)

iBSC shelves and boards

Principle of Switching Shelf (3)

iBSC shelves and boards

Backplane of Packet Switching Shelf (BPSN)




Signal interaction between shelves


All resource shelves connect with GLI on the switching shelf via the optical interface on the front panel of UIMU.

The control shelf connects with UIMC on the switching shelf via RCHB1 and RCHB2 (rear board of CHUB).

Clock signals connect with UIMC on the switching shelf via RCKG1 and RCKG2 (rear board of CLKG).

iBSC shelves and boards

Control Shelf (1)

iBSC shelves and boards

Control Shelf (2)

Board OMP CMP UIMC CHUB CLKG SVR

Rear Board MPB rear board (RMPB) UIM rear board 2 (RUIM2) UIM rear board 3 (RUIM3) CHUB rear board 1 (RCHB1) CHUB rear board 2 (RCHB2) CLKG rear board 1 (RCKG1) CLKG rear board 2 (RCKG2) SVR rear board (RSVB)

Backplane

BCTC

iBSC shelves and boards

Principle of Control Shelf (3)

iBSC shelves and boards

Resource Shelf (1)

iBSC shelves and boards

Resource Shelf (2)

Board DTB SDTB UIMU GUP BIPI SPB UPPB OMP CMP

Rear Board RDTB RGIM1 UIMU1 (RUIM1) MNIC (RMNIC) SPB (RSPB) MPB (RMPB) -

Backplane

BUSN

iBSC shelves and boards

Principle of Resource Shelf (3)

Function of BUSN



Inter-shelf signal interaction


UIMU provides the control Ethernet channel to connect external resource shelves. UIMU connects with CHUB (the gathering center of the control flows from the control shelves).

    

DTB, SPB provide the interface for E1 line. SDTB provides STM-1 access. BIPI provides FE access. CLKG of the control shelf distributes system clock via the cable. UIMU is the gathering and switching center of various data of resource shelf, implementing the information exchange between modules.

GUP implements code transformation, rate adaptation and the conversion from TDM to IP packets.

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards (1)

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards (2)

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards (3)

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards (4)

iBSC shelves and boards

Indicators
Indicator Name RUN ALM Color Green Red Meaning Running indicator Alarm indicator Always ON: indicates that tact switch has been opened; the board has not been inserted properly; the version has not been downloaded Flashing at 5 Hz (fast): indicates that there is an alarm for ENUM Yellow Board extraction indicator tact switch; tack switch has been opened while the board is running Flashing at 1 Hz (slow): indicates that the board can be pulled out; tack switch has been opened while the board is running; the board can be pulled out when in standby status Always OFF: indicates that tact switch is normal ACT Green Active/standby indicator ON: indicates the board is active OFF: indicates the board is standby Description

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards names

NO

Board

English

PCB

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

DTB SPB BIPI SDTB GLI GUP UPPB CMP OMP

Digital Trunk Board Signaling Processing Board BSC IP Interface board Sonet Digital Trunk Board Gigabit Line Interface GSM Universal Processing board User plane Processing Board Control Main Processor Operation Main Processor

DTB SPB MNIC/2 SDTB GLIQV VTCD VTCD MPX86/2 MPX86/2

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards names

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

SVR PSN CHUB CLKG UIMU_C UIMC BCTC BPSN BUSN RDTB RSPB RMNIC

SerVeR board Packet Switch Network Control HUB CLOCK Generator Universal Interface Module for User plane Universal Interface Module for Control plane BCTC or BPSN Backplane of ConTrol Center Backplane of Packet Switch Network Backplane of Universal Switch Network Rear board of DTB Rear board of SPB Rear board of MNIC

CIB PSN4V CHUB CLKG UIM/2 UIM/2 BCTC BPSN BUSN RDTB/2 RSPB/2 RGIM1

iBSC shelves and boards

Boards names

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

RGIM1 RMPB RSVB RCHB1 RCHB2 RCKG1 RCKG2 RUIM1 RUIM2 RUIM3

Rear General Interface Moudle 1 Rear board of OMP Rear board of Server Rear board 1 of CHUB Rear board 2 of CHUB Rear board 1 of CLKG Rear board 2 of CLKG Rear board 1 of UIM Rear board 2 of UIM Rear board 3 of UIM

RGIM1 RGIM1 RSVB RCHB RCHB RCKG1 RCKG2 RUIM RUIM RUIM

Contents

iBSC Overview iBSC shelves and boards iBSC interface unit iBSC cable connection iBSC configuration and networking

iBSC interface unit

External Interfaces

MSC

MSC

SGSN
Gb Gb Interface

Interface

AA

A Interface

iBSC

Abis Interface
BTS

Abis

Abis Abis Interface

Foreground/Background Interface

BTS

iOMCR

iBSC interface unit

iBSC External Connections

iBSC interface unit

Signalling way

iBSC interface unit

A Interface


A Interface uses the following media


f E1 Link f STM-1 Link f FE Link

iBSC interface unit

Gb Interface
Gb Interface uses the following media
f E1 Link f FE Link

iBSC interface unit

Abis Interface


Abis Interface uses the following media


f E1 Link f FE Link

iBSC interface unit

Abis Interface Unit (BIU)




Abis Interface Unit (BIU)


f E1 Abis interface

iBSC interface unit

A Interface Unit (AIU)

When use SDTB substitutes DTB, All E1 trunks in diagram are not existent. Each SDTB provide an 155 Mega bps STM-1 interface connect to MSC. Capacity of one STM-1 trunk equal to 63 E1 trunks

iBSC interface unit

Gb Interface Unit (GIU)

E1 interface (UPPB + SPB)


f PCU frame from Abis interface is sent to PCU by PSU.

UPPB implements BSSGP and RLC/MAC processing. SPB complete process of FR protocol and provide E1 interface.


FE interface (UPPB + BIPI)


f BIPI do the same protocol processing function like SPB and

provide FE interface.


Each SPB provide 16 E1 trunks, Each BIPI provide 4 FE, the capacity of one BIPI equals to two SPB.

iBSC interface unit

User Plane Data Flow in CS Domain

UPPB

TCU
2
User Plane Switching Network

Abis Abis Interface

AIU

A A Interface

BIU
Control Plane Switching Network Gb Interface Gb

PCU

CMP

OMP

iBSC interface unit

User Plane Data Flow in PS Domain


UPPB TCU

1
Abis Abis Interface

User Plane Switching Network

AIU

AA Interface

BIU
Control Plane Switching Network Gb Gb Interface

PCU

CMP

OMP

iBSC interface unit

Control Plane Data Flow in CS Domain

UPPB
Abis Abis Interface User Plane Switching Network

TCU AIU 2
Gb Gb Interface

A Interface

BIU

Control Plane Switching Network

PCU 3

CMP

OMP

iBSC interface unit

Control Plane Data Flow in PS Domain

UPPB 4 2
Abis Abis Interface User Plane Switching Network

TCU

AIU

A Interface

BIU 3 1
Control Plane Switching Network

5 PCU 6

Gb Interface

Gb

CMP

OMP

Contents

iBSC Overview iBSC shelves and boards iBSC interface unit iBSC cable connection iBSC configuration and networking

iBSC cable connection

Internal Connections

Internal connections include the following types of connections


f Clock distributions f Control plane connections f User plane connections f Monitoring circuit connections

iBSC cable connection

Clock Distribution inside Cabinet

iBSC cable connection

Clock Distribution of Combined Cabinets

iBSC cable connection

Control Plane Connections inside Cabinet

iBSC cable connection

Control Plane Connections of Combined Cabinets

iBSC cable connection

User Plane Connections inside cabinet

iBSC cable connection

User Plane Connections of Combined Cabinets

iBSC cable connection

Monitoring Circuit Connections inside cabinet

iBSC cable connection

Monitoring Circuit Connections of Combined Cabinets

iBSC cable connection

IP Switching
provides an large capacity and non-block IP switching network for system control & management, communication between service boards and data exchange among access units.
Level 1 switching subsystem 2Gigabit Ethernet Level 2 switching subsystem Megabit Ethernet Level 2 switching subsystem Megabit Ethernet Level 2 switching subsystem

Level 1 : 40Gbps capacity, GLI, PSN Level 2: UIMC, UIMU, CHUB

iBSC cable connection

System Clock Signal Flow

Contents

iBSC Overview iBSC shelves and boards iBSC interface unit iBSC cable connection iBSC configuration and networking

iBSC configuration and networking

RCBU Configuration (Abis is E1


BIU GIU AIU TCU

A is E1)

iBSC configuration and networking

Single Rack Configuration (Abis is E1 A is E1)

iBSC configuration and networking

Dual Rack Configuration (Abis is E1 A is E1)

iBSC configuration and networking

Dual Rack Configuration (Abis is E1 A is E1)

iBSC configuration and networking

Abis Interface Networking Modes (1)




Using E1 for Transmission


f Star Networking
SITE0 i B S C SITE1 . . . SITEn

f Chain Networking
iBSC SITE0 SITE1 SITE2

iBSC configuration and networking

Abis Interface Networking Modes (2)




Using E1 for Transmission


f Tree Networking
i B S C S I T E 0 . . . SITEn SITE1

SITE2

iBSC

f Ring Networking
SITE0 SITE1

SITE2

SITE3

iBSC configuration and networking

Abis Interface Networking Modes (3)




Using IP for Transmission


MS ADSL MODEM
Internet Public INTERNET Network xDSL Access Device xDSL Micro Cell BTS

MS ADSL MODEM
Micro Cell BTS

ZT E

Intranet Intranet Enterprise Network Micro Cell BTS


IP e IDPd Ca icat ble ed

MS

Site1
MS

iBSC

Site2

MS

Micro Cell BTS

Macro Cell BTS

MS

MS
Micro Cell BTS

iBSC configuration and networking

A Interface Networking Mode

Using E1 for Transmission

iBSC

TC
AA Interface

MSC

iBSC configuration and networking

Local Maintenance Networking Mode


Server

Client 1 1

2 Client 2

LAN

iBSC 2

iBSC 1

iBSC configuration and networking

Remote PCM Mode Networking


iOMCR-R Server

iBSC configuration and networking

Remote X.25 Mode Networking


iOMCR-R Server

iBSC configuration and networking

Remote DDN Mode Networking


iOMCR-R server OMC-R Server

Client 1

Client 2

LAN Client 1 Router Base band MODEM Local BSC1 iBSC1 Local iBSCn BSCn DDN LAN

Base band MODEM

Router

Remote iBSCn BSCn

iBSC configuration and networking

GSM OMCRV3
iBSC V3 OMM NetNumen M32 Server Client

LAN iBSC V3 OMM Client WAN iBSC Client

LAN

V3 OMM

LAN

iBSC configuration and networking

GSM OMCRV2 V3 mixed network


BSCV2 V2 Server V2 Client iBSC V3 OMM V3 Client

Hub/Switch

LAN

LAN

WAN

Hub/Switch

NetNumen M32 iBSC V3 OMM V3 Client Server

V2 Client BSC V2

LAN