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R I ZO N II BTS
Prepared By:

Walied El Mougy
BSS System Engineer Motorola Egypt

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HorizonMacro II BTS

Motorola Vision
The new Horizon II solution is the result of interacting proposal between development, product management, and the market teams leading to the best compromise to meet the need s of Motorola and our customer

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Agenda Horizon II Business Review


Project Strategy Program Milestone

Program Phases
HII and UMTS in EMEA

Horizon II Technical Review


Feature Overview
RF/Digital modules HII/ HI / Mcell Backward compatibility Site Configurations Customer Benefits of using HII Limitations and Dependencies

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What Is The New HorizonMacro II BTS

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Feature Functionality overview


Horizon II BTS
Provides new features including a new Site controller and associated cabinets with enhanced capabilities. New site controller has been developed to perform all digital functions in one integrated card. New transceiver capabilities of dual mode operation Supporting Dual Band GSM900/1800 within the same cell in different cabinets

Expansion of Horizonmacro and Horizonmacro II


Horizonmacro II could be used as controller or expansion cabinets to both Horizonmacro I or M-Cell6 cabinets.

Horizon II Transceiver
Double density radio has been developed to Horizon II program, one physical device can generate 2 different frequencies in. CTU2 allows for backward compatibility in a Horizon I controller/expansion cabinet, with the capability of operating in single/double mode under a restriction of DDM/Base band hopping.

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Feature Functionality overview.cont


Horizon II Site Controller
Horizon II site controller Board that allows for a maximum 24 carrier per site and 16 carrier per sector, could be implemented with two cabinets only. Integrated NIU with up to 8 E1/T1 links. Support up to 3 expansion cabinets per site via I/O panel. Horizon II site controller is not backward compatible in legacy Horizon I cabinet.

Horizon II BTS AMR support

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Project Strategy And Critical Success Factors

Program Budget: $21.0M ($15.6 M was 2002 formal allocation from sector PRB) To be revised as part of formal Roadmap update $10.2M 2003 estimate submitted to PRB Product Launch Window: 2H 03 thru 1H 04

Product Costs Reduced 15% to 40% Depending on Configuration

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Milestones for Horizon II


Space model - already completed First prototype (P1) - build begins 4/02 Quantities defined and provided to each Supplier Second prototype (P2) - build begins 3rd Qtr. 2002 Quantities will be defined at later date. Pilot (pre-production) - build begins 4th Qtr.2002

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Horizon II Program Phase

Phased- In Approach 1800MHz 1st

900MHz 2nd (3 months later)


Cost Effective CTU II planned to start in 2003 NOT funded in 2002 Outdoor Cabinet planned to start in 2003 NOT funded in 2002

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Horizon II Program Phase.cont


New GSM Base Station Double density CTU II Cost reduced BTS controller Other cost reduction efforts Backplane, cabinet Indoor Unit 1800MHz only (proposed on GSR6.1*) M-Gate 4 Mar 03, M-Gate 2 Sep 03 Indoor Unit 900MHz Capability (proposed on AMR*) M-Gate 4 Jun 03, M-Gate 2 Dec 03 Cost Effective Single Carrier Solution (earliest start date Jan 03) M-Gate 2 ~Q1 2004 (tbc)

Compatible Outdoor Solution (earliest start date Jan 03) M-Gate 2 ~Q2 2004 (tbc)

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BSS/RAN Timeline M3 2002


GSR 5.1 GSR 6.1 GSR 6

2003
AMR

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

BTS S/W

HII 1800

BTS H/W
GPROC3

BSC RxCDR

USR 1

UMTS
Dual Mode Vol DM GPRS

HANDSETS

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HII-UMTS
The Idea
Build on existing Horizon II proposals to provide a solution to 2G end of life Add low cost, low capacity, entry level solution for UMTS license holders currently operating in 2/2.5G

Opportunity
To create a field upgradeable combined 2g and 3g base station To create credible migration story for GSM based operators To increase GSM revenues (Through defence and new customer acquisition Penetration of UMTS market where none exists in EMEA To improve the value proposition for GSM/UMTS in all markets All GSM based operators with UMTS expectations

Target Market

Window of Opportunity
Statement of intent to market within the next 3 months Commitment to UMTS capability in HII cabinet by HII gate 7 (End Feb 02) Timings of full solution delivery vs. HII and full UMTS availability (including handsets) must provide credible migration story. (To be defined) if this goes ahead.

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Description of Idea
Low cost, Entry level UMTS carrier in Horizon II base station
Sold either with UMTS carrier installed or as field upgradeable GSM to combined GSM/UMTS. Primarily targeted at areas of low UMTS traffic, I.e. rural/semi-rural areas needing low capacity

Distinct competitive advantage vs. Nokia Ultrasite and Ericsson equivalent

UMTS Node B 1/1/1

Horizon II 12 carrier +

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EMEA Revenue Assumption

Lack of UMTS offering will result in a decline from c.$4Bn over 5yrs to $2.2Bn with the Yr 5 revenues restricted to GSM c. $500M (2002 2007). Delivering HIIU will provide operators with a rationale for continuing their relationship with Motorola, leading to:
Protection of c.$4Bn GSM revenue (Incremental c.$1.8Bn over current expectations) Foothold in UMTS market where none exists now creating an opportunity for c.$112.5M over 5yrs (2004 2009) (Assuming 25% of existing GSM Base stations become HII and each of these takes 1 UMTS radio, value c.$7.5k, across 30 operators, with assumed base of 2k BTSs, assumes no incremental Node B revenues)

Assuming announcement by end of Q.2/02.

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HorizonMacro II BTS

Technical Overview

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Feature Functionality overview


Horizon II BTS
Provides new features including a new Site controller and associated cabinets with enhanced capabilities. New site controller has been developed to perform all digital functions in one integrated card. New transceiver capabilities of dual mode operation Supporting Dual Band GSM900/1800 within the same cell in different cabinets

Expansion of Horizonmacro and Horizonmacro II


Horizonmacro II could be used as controller or expansion cabinets to both Horizonmacro I or M-Cell6 cabinets.

Horizon II Transceiver
Double density radio has been developed to Horizon II program, one physical device can generate 2 different frequencies in. CTU2 allows for backward compatibility in a Horizon I controller/expansion cabinet, with the capability of operating in single/double mode under a restriction of DDM/Base band hopping.

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Feature Functionality overview.cont


Horizon II Site Controller
Horizon II site controller Board that allows for a maximum 24 carrier per site and 16 carrier per sector, could be implemented with two cabinets only. Integrated NIU with up to 8 E1/T1 links. Support up to 3 expansion cabinets per site via I/O panel. Horizon II site controller is not backward compatible in legacy Horizon I cabinet.

Horizon II BTS AMR support

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What is Horizon II
Horizon II is primarily a re-design of the Horizon I BTS in the form of a next enhancement generation BTS. Horizon II offers capacity increase, reaching max site capacity 24 carriers using 2 Cabinets in the same foot print of one Horizon I BTS, support up to 8 E1/T1 links. The cabinet is re-designed for higher power and thermal requirements. The new Horizonmacro II Hardware will provide the following functionality
Support of 900MHz only cabinet Support of 1800MHz only cabinet
Support of 6 double density H2-CTU2. Support of MCUF replacement H2SC Integrated NIU Integrated FMUX
E1

support Increased PCMCIA Enhanced E1 Redundancy XMUX

Site I/O Panel Increased RSL functionality

H2-SURF

Compact Digital Module


Interoperability with current M-Cell and Horizonmacro products

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Horizon II cabinet Layout

Site Expansion Boards Fiber and /or RJ45 (1-0)

DUP Duplexer SCF (Single Combining Filter) HCM (Hybrid Combining Module) DFP (Duplexer Filler Panel) (5-0) PDA: AC/DC versions Circuit breaker card

TX Cable CTU2 (5-0) Controller Assembly 0 Controller Assembly 1 Alarm Assembly Fan Module (2-0)

950W PSU (3+1 or 3+1 AC Hold-Up Module)

(0-3 Bottom to Top)


Input Power supported: -48Vdc, +27Vdc, AC
Output (Cabinet) Power +27Vdc

Plinth (Re-use from HI)

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Horizon II Cabinet
Size 700H x 700W x 400D (Door Included) Same as Horizon Weight Less than or equal to Horizon 6 XCVRs, Plinth, Hood 115kg Stackable 192 Channels Maximum (Stacked) Stacks with Horizon Common Mechanics PSU (New 900W) Re-use Mechanics Horizon Plynth Horizon Stacking Bracket CBTSP Fans Shared Mechanics Horizon Cabinet

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Horizon II Transceiver Operation-CTU 2


Three modes of operation; one high power GSM carrier(SDM), two standard power GSM carrier (DDM) or one EDGE carrier. Horizonmacro-CTU2 provides the double density mode-DDM for GSM/GPRS in Horizon I and Horizon II, with future Support for single density EDGE. CTU-2 generates frequencies in both GSM900 and DCS 1800 band New CTU2 provides backward compatibility with Horizonmacro I cabinet, under some restriction when CTU2 is running in Double Density Mode with Horizonmacro I controller cabinet.
Controlling cabinet Extension cabinet None M-Cell or Horizonmacro MCell Horizon macro Horizon macro2 None Horizonmacro2 M-Cell Horizon macro Horizon macro2

XCVR Type Yes CTU2 - SD CTU2 - DD No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

SD: Single Density DD: Double density

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Horizon II Transceiver Operation-CTU 2.cont

The restriction is depend on the type of processor within the controlling cabinet at the site, the MCUF/MCU doesnt have the switching capability within ASIC to support Base-Band hopping of DDM CTU2 CTU 2 Power Capability Two mode of operation: Single Density Mode-SDM High Power GSM: where the CTU2 is generating only one carrier and no internal loss Double Density Mode-DDM standard Power GSM: where the CTU2 is generating two carrier on the same device (Same band), 3db loss due to internal combiner

RF Filter

CTU2

The following table identify the transmit power capabilities of different modes.

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Horizon II Transceiver Operation-CTU 2.cont


Horizonmacro Horizonmacro2

XCVR Type

Combinin g

EGSM900

DCS1800

EGSM900

DCS1800

None CTU External

40

32

N/A

N/A

CTU2 High O/P power

20

16

N/A

N/A

None CTU2 SD-SCM

31.5

25

63

50

CTU2 standard GSM power

High Power

External

14

11

28

22

Internal CTU2 DD-DCM

10

20

16

Standard GSM Power

Internal & External

4.5

3.5

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Backward Compatibility

Horizon II CTU Dual carrier power or One carrier full power

Horizon II Cabinet

Horizon II FRUs

FRUs Are Not Compatible

Horizon Macro CTU

Horizon Macro Cabinet

Horizon FRUs

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Horizon II SURF2
SURF 2 is being used in the new Horizon II cabinet to provide the RX signals with at least 2 branch diversity to the radios New SURF device can support 4 branch Diversity in addition to the 2 branch diversity.
2C 1C Branch 3 Antennas Branch 2 Antennas 2B 1B 0C (C) (B) 0B EXT C EXT D 0D 1D Branch 4 Antennas Branch 1 Antennas 0A 1A 2D (D) (A) 2A

EXT B

EXT A

Horizon II CTU2 Module RX Branch 1 RX Branch 2 RX Branch 3 RX Branch 4

RX RF and Alarm signal to CTU2, Antenna select signal to SURF

Horizon II SURF2 Module #1 (Main SURF) RX Branch 1 RX Branch 2 Horizon II SURF2 Module #2 (Secondary SURF) RX Branch 3 RX Branch 4

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Horizon II Digital Cards

Digital cage is consisting of three slots, depend on the cabinet function ( Controller or Expansion ) these slots fill with: H2 H2 SC SC Horizon II Site Controller-H2SC or or Expansion Multiplexer- XMUX XM XM Alarm Board UX UX

Digital Cage become compact due to the enhancements of Horizon II site controller

Alarm Board

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Horizon II Site Controller- H2SC

H2SC will act as the main processor card within the Horizon II. H2SC perform all of the same functionality as the MCUF with additional enhancements

Provides site interfacing to the network through integrated NIU onto the H2SC card.
H2SC (master or redundant) card offers 6 E1/T1 termination routed via site I/O panel. The current MCUF offer 2 integrated FMUX devices and one external device to allow 3 cabinet expansion, H2SC has integrated three FMUX on board. The current H/W cant match the required operation So, the current removable flash memory has been upgraded from 20Mb to 32Mb. H2SC is able to interface with the expansion cabinets of horizon I/M-cell. H2SC is only running with GSR 6.1 release, prior this release cabinet would be OOS.

H2SC is not backward compatible with MCUF


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Horizon II expansion Card-XMUX


XMUX allow the Horizon II cabinet to be used as an expansion by multiplexing the data to and from the controlling cabinet. XMUX card shall slot into the H2SC slot in the digital card cage in the expansion cabinet. XMUX will be able of interfacing with the controlling cabinet, whether it is a Horizon II/ Horizon I /M-Cell controlling cabinet All data are routed to I/O panel via backplane then to master cabinet controller through fiber optic cables.

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Horizonmacro II Site controller with Horizon II expansion

16.384 Mbps Fiber Optic Pair Horizon II Site Controller Horizon II Expansion

D D Ra di o

D D Ra di o

Main HIISC

D D Ra di o

Site I/O A

Site I/O A

Main XMUX

D D Ra di o

Backplane

Backplane

D D Ra di o

D D Ra di o

D D Ra di o

D D Ra di o

Red. HIISC

D D Ra di o

Site I/O B

Site I/O B

Red. XMUX

D D Ra di o D D Ra di o

D D Ra di o

CTU-2 operation SD single density DD double density

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SD or D D Ra dio Horizon I Expansion (if needed)

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

SD or D D Ra dio

Backplane Main FMUX Red. FMUX


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D D Ra dio

Site I/O B Red. HIISC D D Ra dio D D Ra dio

Backplane

D D Ra dio

Site I/O A Main HIISC D D Ra dio D D Ra dio

Horizonmacro I Site controller with Horizon II expansion

16.384 Mbps fiber Optic Pair Site I/O A Main XMUX

D D D D D D D D D D D D Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra di di di di di di o o o o o o

Backplane

Site I/O B

Modified Horizon I Site Controller SD Ra dio

Red. XMUX

Main MCUF W/ PCMCIA

SD Ra dio

D D D D D D Ra Ra Ra di di di o o o

Site I/O A

Main XMUX

SD Ra dio

Backplane

Backplane

SD Ra dio

Red. MCUF W/ PCMCIA

SD Ra dio

Site I/O B

Red. XMUX

SD Ra dio

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RF filters Blocks
Horizon II top cabinet has been modified where, RF basket is capable to house new 6 RF filter blocks Four different RF filter block developed in order to achieve all the required site configuration

DUP: Duplexer Block SCF: Single Combiner Duplexer Block HCU: Hybrid Combiner RTC: Remote-Tuned Combiner
2B 1B 0B B A 0A 1A 2A

SURF 2Two diversity branch

EXT

H II RF basket, 6 locations

HCU

SCF

DUP

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RF filters Blocks.cont
DUP
Most Standard RF block, providing two carrier per antenna ( four carrier in DDM) DUP connectors, one TX I/P & one 7/16 antenna and one receive O/P connector

SCF
Used to combine up to 8 carrier in one O/P antenna port (using HCU). SCF connectors, two TX I/P & one 7/16 antenna connector and one receive O/P connector.

7/16 Antenna

HCU
As shown, it has two TX I/P and one TX O/P to be fixed in SCF block

HCU SCF HCU

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Different Site Configurations

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Site 2/2/2 or 4/4/4 Using DUP in one cabinet


Sector 3 Sector 2 Sector 1

2B 1B

0B

0A 1A 2A

EXT

ANTENNA OUTPUT POWER


2/2/2 GSM High power Single Carrier 900 MHz - 63 W (48.0 dBm) 1800 MHz - 50 W (47.0 dBm) 4/4/4 GSM Dual Carrier 900 MHz - 20 W (43.0 dBm) 1800 MHz - 16 W (42.0 dBm) 2/2/2 EDGE Single Carrier 900 MHz - 20 W (43.0 dBm) 1800 MHz - 16 W (42.0 dBm)

DUP DUP DUP DUP DUP DUP

Empty Site Controller

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Site 2/2/2 or 4/4/4 Using SCF in one cabinet


Sector 3
Sector 2 Sector 1

ANTENNA OUTPUT POWER 2/2/2 GSM High power Single Carrier 900 MHz - 28 W (44.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 22 W (43.5 dBm)

2B 1B 0B

0A 1A 2A

EXT

4/4/4 GSM Dual Carrier 900 MHz - 9 W (39.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 7 W (38.5 dBm)
2/2/2 EDGE Single Carrier 900 MHz - 9 W (39.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 7 W (38.5 dBm)

Empty

SCF

SCF SCF

Empty Site Controller

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Site 3/3/3 or 6/6/6 Using SCF in one cabinet


Sector 3 Sector 1 Sector 2

ANTENNA OUTPUT POWER


2B 1B 0B B A 0A 1A 2A 2B 1B 0B B A 0A 1A 2A EXT EXT

3/3/3 GSM High Power Single Carrier 900 MHz - 28 W (44.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 22 W (43.5 dBm) 6/6/6 GSM Dual Carrier 900 MHz - 9 W (39.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 7 W (38.5 dBm)

Empty SCF SCF Empty SCF

Empty SCF

Empty

SCF SCF

Load

Load

Load

3/3/3 EDGE Single Carrier 900 MHz - 9 W (39.5 dBm) 1800 MHz - 7 W (38.5 dBm) Empty Site Controller

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Sector 2 Sector 1 Sector 3

2B 1B 0B

0A 1A 2A

2B 1B 0B 2A 1A 0A

EXT

EXT

Empty DUP DUP Empty DUP DUP

BLANK

DCF

DCF

Empty

Empty Site Controller

Empty

FMUX

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Customer Benefits in Hot Spot Area

HII solution for North coast events


Using HII BTS, the customer will gain:

Maximum site capacity 24 carrier


and two sector with maximum16 carrier BTS Cost is less 15 to 40%. Erlang offered

Using two cabinets(CTU2-DDM) GSM 900, site can offer 158.5 Erlang with Air Interface 1% blocking per site.
Using two cabinets(CTU2-DDM) DCS1800 serving in the same coverage area can also offers the same Erlang, In presence of BTS low power transmission, antenna down tilting, good RF optimizing of the neighbor sites and future AMR feature customer will not need think with the other competitor half rate BTS. Less Foot Print, useful in compact mobile shelter

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Limitations

The existing capability limits of a BSS shall not be altered. For example, the maximum number of carriers within a BSS shall remain at 384 (or 512 if the Enhance BSC Capacity feature). Horizonmacro2 cabinet will only support a single frequency band. It shall not be possible to support a mixture of frequency bands within a single Horizonmacro2 cabinet. The existing capability limits of a BTS site shall not be altered. For example, the maximum number of carriers shall remain at 24 carriers, the maximum number of cells shall remain at 6 cells.

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Dependencies

BSC Memory
The Horizon II feature introduces a number of new code objects required for support of the CTU2 and H2SC. The current amount of GPROC2 memory is not sufficient for that, work around to increase the BSC memory resource

MCU/MCUF Memory
As shown before for the new CTU2 enhancement feature that required new code objects and no enough memory space in MCU/MCUF available, PCMCIA should be exist in its location in order to store the CTU2 code objects.

AMR
FW delivery of support for AMR on the CTU2 will not be available upon the initial release of HII feature.

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