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Product Name HUAWEI BTS3000 Product Version V100R009

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HUAWEI GSM MRFU V2 Operation Guide


(For internal use only)

Prepared by Reviewed by Approved by:

BTS3900 development team

Date Date Date

2009-12-28

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.


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Change History
Date 2009-9-28 2009-12-28 2010-1-26 Revision V1.0 V1.1 V1.2 Description Completed the initial draft. Added other contents. Modified according comments. to the review Author BTS3900 development team BTS3900 development team BTS3900 development team

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Contents
1 Feature Description of the MRFU V2................................................4
1.1 Development Background.......................................................................................................................................4 1.2 Specifications...........................................................................................................................................................4 1.2.1 Expanded Instantaneous Bandwidth..................................................................................................................4 1.2.2 Enhanced Frequency Bands...............................................................................................................................7 1.2.3 Enhanced Power Capability...............................................................................................................................8 1.3 Functions of the MRFU V2...................................................................................................................................12 1.3.1 Inter-Module Power Sharing...........................................................................................................................12 1.3.2 Inter-Module RF Frequency Hopping.............................................................................................................12

2 Data Configuration of the MRFU V2...............................................13 3 Versions Related to the MRFU V2...................................................14

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1.2 Specifications

Feature Description of the MRFU V2

1.1 Development Background

1.2.1 Expanded Instantaneous Bandwidth


Compared with the MRFU V1, the MRFU V2 expands the downlink instantaneous bandwidth from 15 MHz to 20 MHz and the uplink instantaneous bandwidth from 25 MHz to 35 MHz (for the 900 MHz MRFU) or 60 MHz (for the 1800 MHz MRFU). If the downlink inter-module RF frequency hopping function is enabled, the downlink bandwidth can exceed 20 MHz (100 frequencies) and less than 25MHz. For details, see Table 1-1. The BSC6900 provides the following commands for bandwidth modification: 1. 2. MOD BTSBRDCAP: This command is a BSC-level command and is used to modify bandwidth settings of a BTS under the BSC. MOD BTSRXUBRD: This command is a board-level command and is used to modify bandwidth settings of a board under the BSC. If this command is used, set the Configure Check Threshold or Not parameter to YES and then set bandwidth parameters.

Setting rules: If the Configure Check Threshold or Not parameter is set to NO for the MRFU, the MOD BTSBRDCAP command is used. If the Configure Check Threshold or Not parameter is set to YES for the MRFU, the MOD BTSRXUBRD command is used. You can query the RX and TX bandwidths supported on the BSC by running the LST BTSBRDCAP command. The bandwidth specifications of the MRFU V1 are supported on the BSC6900 by default, as shown in 2.

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Figure 1.1 Default bandwidth settings on the BSC6900

After the MRFU V2 is added, the bandwidth setting policy varies with the type of the MRFU.
The TRX bandwidth setting function is a new function of the BSC6900. If the MRFU V2 is used under the BSC6000, you do not need to set the TRX bandwidths.

Only MRFU V1s Under the BSC


Step 2 On the BSC6900 Web LMT, enter LST BTSBRDCAP to query bandwidth settings on the BSC. Step 3 In the case of non initial configuration, enter MOD BTSBRDCAP and change Forward Bandwidth to 150 and Receive Bandwidth to 250, as shown in 3. Figure 1.1 Modifying BSC-level bandwidth settings

Index in the MOD BTSBRDCAP command must correspond to Board Type. For details, see 2.

Only MRFU V2s Under the BSC


Step 4 On the BSC6900 Web LMT, enter LST BTSBRDCAP to query bandwidth settings on the BSC. Step 5 Enter MOD BTSBRDCAP and change Forward Bandwidth to 200 and Receive Bandwidth to 600 for all 900 MHz and 1800 MHz MRFUs/GRFUs.

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Both MRFU V1s and MRFU V2s Under the BSC


Step 6 On the BSC6900 Web LMT, enter LST BTSBRDCAP to query bandwidth settings on the BSC. Step 7 In the case of non initial configuration, enter MOD BTSBRDCAP and change Forward Bandwidth to 150 and Receive Bandwidth to 250. Step 8 For an existing MRFU V2, enter MOD BTSRXUBRD and set Configure Check Threshold or Not to YES and then change Forward Bandwidth to 200 and Receive Bandwidth to 600, as shown in 8. For a new MRFU V2, enter ADD BTSRXUBRD and set Configure Check Threshold or Not to YES and then set Forward Bandwidth and Receive Bandwidth, as shown in 8. Figure 1.1 Modifying board-level bandwidth settings

Figure 1.2 Setting bandwidths of a new MRFU V2

The bandwidth ranges of many operators exceed the preceding ones. In this case, the downlink intermodule RF frequency hopping function can be enabled to support the large bandwidth ranges. For details, see section 1.3.2.

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1.2.2 Enhanced Frequency Bands


The MRFU V2 supports P900M 25 MHz, CMCC-specific 900 MHz, E900M 35 MHz (built-in wave-trap), 1800 MHz H60, 1800 MHz L60, and 800 MHz. For details, see Table 1-1 and Table 1-2.
Currently, the MRFU V2 does not support 1900 MHz.

Table 1.1 Instantaneous bandwidth of the MRFU (GRFU) V2


Module

Maximum Band Difference of Uplink Instantaneous Bandwidth 59.8 MHz

Frequency Difference of Uplink Instantaneous Bandwidth 299

Maximum Band Difference of Downlink Instantaneous Bandwidth

Frequency Difference of Downlink Instantaneous Bandwidth

1800 MHz L60 GRFU V2 1800 MHz H60 GRFU V2 CMCCspecific 25 MHz GRFU V2 900 MHz PGSM GRFU V2 900 MHz EGSM GRFU V2 T-GSM 810 GRFU V2

19.8 MHz

99

59.8 MHz

299

19.8 MHz

99

34.8 MHz

174

19.8 MHz

99

34.8 MHz

174

19.8 MHz

99

34.8 MHz

174

19.8 MHz

99

34.8 MHz

174

19.8 MHz

99

Table 1.2 Frequency bands supported by the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Sub-band of the GRFU V2 DCS 1800 L60 DCS 1800 H60 P-GSM 900 E-GSM 900 L25 RX Frequency Band (MHz) 1710 1725 890 880 1770 1785 915 905 TX Frequency Band (MHz) 1805 1820 935 925 1865 1880 960 950 Frequency Range 512-810 587-885 1-124 0-74, 975-1023

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Sub-band of the GRFU V2 E-GSM 900 M25 E-GSM 900 T-GSM 810

RX Frequency Band (MHz) 885 880 806 910 915 821

TX Frequency Band (MHz) 930 925 851 955 960 866

Frequency Range 0-99, 1023 0-124, 1023 350-425 1000975-

1.2.3 Enhanced Power Capability


The 900 MHz P GRFU, 900 MHz full band E GRFU, 1800 MHz L60 GRFU, 1800 MHz H60 GRFU, and 800 MHz GRFU support the Class 0, Class 1, and Class 2 standards. The GRFU can support six TRXs in the three standards. For detailed power specifications, see Table 1-3 and Table 1-4. By default, the BTS supports the Class 2 standard. To change the Class 2 standard to the Class 0 or Class 1 standard, do as follows: Step 1 On the BSC6900 Web LMT, enter DEA BTS to deactivate the BTS, as shown in 1. Figure 1.3 Deactivating the BTS

Step 2 Enter SET BTSPSUFP, and then select GSM Multi Carrier BTS Standard based on the actual scenario, as shown in 2.
For the standards in different scenarios, see Table 1-3 and Table 1-4.

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Figure 1.4 Setting TRX shutdown after the PSU is faulty

Step 3 Enter ACT BTS to activate the BTS and complete the configuration of power capability, as shown in 3. Figure 1.5 Activating the BTS

1. Table 1-3 lists the maximum power value (in the case of excessive configuration) that can be configured for each TRX in different scenarios. 2. Table 1-4 lists the maximum power value (in the case of non excessive configuration) that can be configured for each TRX in different scenarios. 3. The PA capability in the case of non excessive configuration refers to the maximum power supported by a single module. The power sharing and excessive configuration are defined as follows: 1. In single-PA power sharing mode, the TRXs in one MRFU share power. 2. In double-PA power sharing mode, the TRXs in two MRFUs share power. Before enabling the doublePA power sharing function, you must configure inter-module power sharing. For details, see section 1.3.1 "Inter-Module Power Sharing." 3. Excessive configuration means that the static power configured for the TRX exceeds basic specifications of power in the case of non excessive configuration. Description of power configuration 1. When the power sharing function is disabled on the BSC, you are advised to configure power based on the power specifications in the case of non excessive configuration (see Table 1-4).

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2. When the power sharing function is enabled on the BSC, you are advised to configure power based on the power specifications in the case of excessive configuration (see Table 1-3).

Table 1.1 Power specifications of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 in the case of excessive configuration Scenario Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards in the Case of Excessive Configuration Number of TRXs Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards 60 40 31 27 20 20 31 27 27 20 20 20 20 PA Capability in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard in the Case of Excessive Configuration Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard PA Capability in the Case of Non Excessive Configuratio n

Single module

1 2 3 4 5 6

60 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80

40 40 31 27 16 16 31 27 27 16 16 16 16

80 80 80 80 60 60

Two modules (two modules are combined and intermodule power sharing is not configured ) Double-PA power sharing for two

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

9 10 11

25 25 25

80 80 80

20 20 16

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Scenario

Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards in the Case of Excessive Configuration 12 25 80

Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard in the Case of Excessive Configuration 16

modules (intermodule power sharing is configured )

Table 1.2 Power specifications of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 in the case of non excessive configuration Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard 40 40 27 20 12 10 27 27 20 20 12 12 PA Capability in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration

Number of TRXs

Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards 60 40 27 20 16 12 27 27 20 20 16 16

PA Capability in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration

Single module

1 2 3 4 5 6

60 80 80 80 80 72 80 80 80 80 80 80

80 80 80 80 60 60

Two modules

5 6 7 8 9 10

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Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration

Power Specification of the MRFU (GRFU) V2 Complying with the Class 0 Standard in the Case of Non Excessive Configuration 10 10

11 12

12 12

72 72

1.3 Functions of the MRFU V2


1.3.1 Inter-Module Power Sharing
O perat i on G de ui t o I nt er- M odul e Pow Shari ng. rar er

1.3.2 Inter-Module RF Frequency Hopping


O perat i on G de ui t o I nt er- M odul e RF Frequency H oppi ng. rar

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1. 2. Number TRXs

Data Configuration of the MRFU V2

For GBTS8.1 plug-and-play scenarios, GBTS9.0 plug-and-play scenarios, and GBTS9.0 new scenarios, the data configuration is described as follows: If both the MRFU V1 and the MRFU V2 are configured in a cell, the MRFU V2 must be configured on the basis of the power specifications of the MRFU V1. If only the MRFU V2 is configured in a cell, the power specifications of the MRFU V2 are used. For the MFRU V1, the old power specifications can be configured. For the MFRU V2, the new and old power specifications can be configured. Table 4-1 lists power specifications.

Table 2.1 Power specifications of the GSM TRX of Power Specification of the MRFU Complying with the Class 0 Standard (Old) 31 31 20 16 NA NA Power Specification of the MRFU Complying with the Class 0 Standard (New) 40 40 31 27 16 16 Power Specification of the MRFU Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards (Old) 60 40 27 20 12 10 Power Specification of the MRFU Complying with Class 1 and Class 2 Standards (New) 60 40 31 27 16 12

1 2 3 4 5 6

3.

The MFRU V1 complying with the Class 0 standard supports four TRXs, and the MFRU V2 supports six TRXs.

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Product Name BSC6000 BTS

Versions Related to the MRFU V2

This chapter describes GBTS products and related versions. Table 1.1 GBTS8.1 products and related versions Software Version BSC6000V900R008C12B195 and later versions BTS3900 GSM V300R008C11SPC039 and later versions Description
When the versions of the BTS and BSC meet version requirements, the BTS supports the MRFU V2 and its related configurations.

Table 1.2 GBTS9.0 products and related versions Product Name BSC6900 BTS Software Version BSC6900V900R011C00SPC710 versions BTS3000V100R009C00SPC068 versions and and later later Description
When the versions of the BTS and BSC meet version requirements, the BTS supports the MRFU V2 and its related configurations.

(CMCC-specific versions: BTS3000 V300R009C00SPC001 and later versions)

If the BTS version is BTS3000V100R008C11 or BTS3000V100R009, 1. 2. and the BSC version does not meet the version requirements in Table 5-1 or Table 5-2, the MRFU V2 must be configured according to the specifications of the MRFU V1. and the BTS version does not meet the version requirements in Table 5-1 or Table 5-2, the BTS supports the plug-and-play function of the MRFU V2 without upgrade of the BTS software.

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