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KMW Communications Base Station Antennas For Mobile Communications

Portable Antenna Controller AISG with OOK (PAC-A with OOK)


Users Manual

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Copyright 2010 by KMW Inc. All rights reserved

No portion of this document covered may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without the written permission of KMW.

The information in this document is intended for safe and proper use of this product.

The information in this users guide may change without notice or differ depending on the software version in the instrument. Please contact your KMW representative info for latest version.

The users guide screen and picture may be different than the actual size.

Explanation of symbol in this guide


Useful Information Notice SEL Warning 2 3 Executable Sequence 2 Push 3 Push

SEL Push

Use only the KMW supplied/approved AC adapter when operating/charging the instrument. Any attempt to open the PAC-I will void the warranty. Please contact KMW technical support for assistance on any issue. For maximum battery life, avoid over charging. Keep away from excessive heat and moisture.

This controller is designed to be rugged, suitable for hand held use. However, please avoid impact/stress whenever possible.

For more information, please contact KMW support personnel.

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-. Document Revision History


No 1 2 -. Initial Draft -. Updated Draft Description Author S.G. KANG H.R. Moore REV. NO 1.00 1.00 Revised Date 10.03.18 10.04.27

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INDEX 1.
1.1 1.2

INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................ 6
General ......................................................................................................................... 6 Reference ..................................................................................................................... 6

2.
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

GENERAL GUIDANCE .............................................................................. 7


Components.................................................................................................................. 7 Battery charging and standard operation time .............................................................. 7 Power and battery check .............................................................................................. 7 Shape and Description .................................................................................................. 9

3. 4.
4.1 4.2

PAC-A CONNECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................... 11 MENU....................................................................................................... 16


Key Functions ............................................................................................................. 16 Menu Map ................................................................................................................... 17

5.
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

PREPARATION ........................................................................................ 18
Booting message ........................................................................................................ 18 Set Up ......................................................................................................................... 19 Log Data Clear ............................................................................................................ 20 ALD Management ....................................................................................................... 21 ALD Scan .................................................................................................................... 23

6.
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6

MONITORING THE TTLNA ..................................................................... 25


Getting information from the TTLNA ........................................................................... 25 TTLNA Error Status ..................................................................................................... 26 TTLNA Mode ............................................................................................................... 28 TTLNA Gain ................................................................................................................ 28 PAC TEST: Not supported........................................................................................... 29 TTLNA Address Assignment ....................................................................................... 29

7.
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9
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RET MONITOR AND CONTROL ............................................................. 31


Getting information from the RET (Single Antenna) .................................................... 31 Getting information from the RET (Multi Antenna) ...................................................... 32 Error Status of the RET ............................................................................................... 33 Tilt Control (Single Antenna) ....................................................................................... 33 Tilt Control (Multi Antenna) .......................................................................................... 34 Steering Control .......................................................................................................... 36 Calibration of RET (Single Antenna) ........................................................................... 36 Calibration of RET (Multi Antenna) .............................................................................. 37 Address Assign of RET ............................................................................................... 39
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8.
8.1 8.2 8.3

RETRIEVING LOG DATA ......................................................................... 40


PAC-A Log Data description........................................................................................ 40 Using PAC-A Log Data ................................................................................................ 40 Erase PAC-A Log Data................................................................................................ 43

9.
9.1 9.2

PROGRAM UPDATE ............................................................................... 45


PAC-A application description ..................................................................................... 45 Download using PAC-A application ............................................................................. 46

APPENDIX A (PAC-A SPECIFICATION) ............................................................... 48


D-Sub 9P(AISG) Pin Specification............................................................................................ 48 Environmental Specification ..................................................................................................... 49 Mechanical Specification .......................................................................................................... 49

APPENDIX B (ERROR CODES) .......................................................................... 50 CUSTOMER SUPPORT ....................................................................................... 51

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1. Introduction
1.1 General
1.1.1 This document explains how to use the PAC-A with OOK (Portable Antenna Controller - AISG with OOK) for ALD control and alarm monitoring. 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 This hand-held controller conveniently controls and monitors TMAs. This controller can connect to a maximum of 9 ALDs for control and monitor via daisy chain. This controller is compatible with AISG 1.1 & AISG 2.0 devices. This controller user interface consists of a 4 x 4 key matrix & back-lit, graphic LCD panel.

1.2 Reference
1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6 Control interface for antenna line devices, AISG v1.1: Issue 1.1, 30-JULY-2004 Control interface for antenna line devices, AISG v2.0: Issue 2.0, 13-JUN-2006 UTRAN Iuant Interface: General aspects and principles, 3GPP TS 25.460 V8.0.0 (2008-06) UTRAN Iuant Interface: Layer 1, 3GPP TS 25.461 V8.1.0 (2008-03) UTRAN Iuant Interface: Signaling transport, 3GPP TS 25.462 V7.4.0 (2007-09) UTRAN Iuant Interface: Remote Electrical Tilting (RET) antennas Application Part(RETAP) signaling, 3GPP TS 25.463 V7.5.0 (2007-03)

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2. General Guidance
2.1 Components
Item PAC-A Rechargeable Battery(included) AC/DC SMPS Adaptor AC Power Cable 485 Adaptor Shoulder Trap Carrying Case RG-316 Cable CD Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.7V, 3CELL (11.1V, 1.5Ah), LI-POLYMER Input : 100 ~ 240V(AC) , 50/60Hz, 1.4A 110V, 65 inch 9 PIN D-SUB to Circular Connector, 15 feet 40 inch 16.14 X 12.2 X 4.92 inch SMA(mail) to SMA(mail) Users Manual, Download File, GUI Specification

Table 2-1. Kit configuration

2.2 Battery charging and standard operation time

Condition Charging time required Standard useful time Continuous waiting


Table 2-2. Battery

Time 2 H 30M 17 H 00M

The battery condition may differ in using time and different environments. The battery is an expendable supply. Please change the battery if the lifetime shortens. The charge in the battery will diminish when not used for extended periods.

Always monitor battery status. If the output voltage of battery is too low it may cause abnormal operation.

2.3 Power and battery check


Check the status on battery immediately upon power-up. If the battery status is LOW, the controller may not be able to operate the antenna line device(s) adequately. And cut off the input power into the ALD device

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automatically. Be sure the PAC-A is adequately charged using the AC/DC adapter provided by KMW Inc.

[ SELECT MENU ] [ 1 ] SET UP [ 2 ] ALD MANAGEMENT [ 3 ] LOG DATA CLEAR

Figure 2-1. PAC-A First Screen Power indicator

Battery Status

Description More than 80% Less than 80% Less than 60% Less than 40%

LOW

Less than 20%


Table 2-3. Battery status

Icon Status

Description Battery Status AC/DC Adaptor Connect Battery Charging ALD Supply Power (15V, 24V) Off State
Table 2-4. Icon Status

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2.4 Shape and Description

3 OOK Port 1 RS-232 Port 2 AISG Port

4 Shoulder Strap Clamp

5 Display Window

6 Membrane S/W

7 Power Switch

8 AC/DC Adaptor Input Port


Figure 2-2. The shape and description of PAC-A

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RS-232 Port

This port is used for upgrading the PAC-A firmware. Communication at 9600bps via RS-232C interface.

AISG Port

This is for RS-485 port. Must use KMWs cable for AISG Port interface.

D-SUB (9pin) 1 6 5, 9 4, 8 3 Case

Circular 3 5 1, 6 7 4 Case

Remark RS-485B RS-485A VDC GND (DC Return) RS-485 GND F GND

Table 2-5. The pin map between D-SUB (9pin) and Circular connector OOK Port Use RG 316 cable with SMA connector, or equivalent for OOK Port communication. Shoulder Strap Clamp This is used to fix the shoulder strap.

Display Window Display ALDs status, and interface for control and management.

Membrane keys The controller has 10 digits, left arrow, right arrow key, and MENU(SEL), FWD, REV, ENT. The user controls and monitors ALDs by using these buttons.

Power Switch This is the power on/off switch.

AC/DC Adaptor Input Port Power adapter port for external DC power operation and battery charging.

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3. Pac-A Connection block diagram


Normally, the PAC-A is used with a Conversion Bias-T connected to it for interfacing with a main line Coax, as shown in figure 3-1. The PAC-A connects to the conversion bias-T via extension cable, supplied in the PAC-A Kit.

DC + RS485

CBT

RF + DC + OOK

RF Feeder

DC + RS485

CBT

PAC-A
Figure 3-1. Block diagram (RET Only) using D-SUB to AISG Cable

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DC + RS485

CBT

RF + DC + OOK

RF Feeder

DC + OOK

OOK Bias T

PAC-A
Figure 3-2. Block diagram (RET Only) using RG-316 Cable

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DC + RS485

TTLNA
RF + DC + OOK

RF Feeder

DC + RS485

CBT

PAC-A
Figure 3-3. Block diagram (Used TTLNA) using D-SUB to AISG Cable

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DC + RS485

TTLNA
RF + DC + OOK

RF Feeder

DC + OOK

OOK Bias T

PAC-A
Figure 3-4. Block diagram (Used TTLNA) using RG-316 Cable

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RET

DC + 485

PAC-A
Figure 3-5 Block diagram (before Tower Installation) using D-SUB to AISG Cable

RF Feeder
DC + RS485

PAC-A

Figure 3-6. Block diagram (without CBT)

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4. Menu
4.1 Key Functions

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

SEL

FWD

REV

ENT

Figure 4-1. Key Pad Layout Numeral Keys When choosing the menu, typing in Tilt, Steer, ID Assign. Function Keys - SEL(MENU) - FWD(UP) - REV(DOWN) - ENT Left/Right Keys Cross left or right in Menu, Increase and decrease of antenna tilt with 0.1 degrees. : Selects the previous menu and inputs -sign. : Moves the cursor up : Moves the cursor down : Execution Function

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4.2 Menu Map

[1] Set Up Change Date Change Time [2] ALD Management [ Interface ] AISG - 485 AISG - OOK [ ALD SCAN ] ALD ALL RESET ALD SCAN [ UNIQUE ID ] Display ALD/ANT Model Error Status RET Tilt TTLNA Mode RET Steer TTLNA Gain Calibration PAC Test Assign ALD ID [3] Log Data Clear Multi Ant. Calibration Multi Ant. Steer Multi Ant. Tilt

Figure 4-2. PAC-A Menu Tree

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5. Preparation
5.1 Booting message
When turn on the PAC-A power switch then, A Boot Message will appear along with KMWs Logo. Figure 5-1 shows the Boot ROM version of the product.

[ P A C A [ B O O T

with OOK ] Ver 1.00 ]

Figure 5-1. Booting process

Please confirm the Boot Version when you update the boot program.

After the Boot Message disappears you will see the Main Program information in 3 seconds. This screen shows the Main program version so that the version of the device may be indentified. The main Program information wil disappear in 3 seconds, then you are ready for using the PAC-A.

PAC
KMW[PAC-A(OOK)] MAIN VER : 1.00
Figure 5-2. Initial Display

Figure 5-3 shows the initial PAC-A screen after booting. The SELECT MENU page shows the DATE and TIME. ALD MANAGEMENT MENU for control the ALD device, LOG DATA CLEAR MENU for deleting the log data. The screen shows the BATTERY STATUS, CHARGING STATUS, AC PLUG STATUS and ITEM LINE for each menu location entry, and INFO LINE for showing the alarm and power status.

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If you see the WARNING MEMORY at the bottom, it means that the Log Data Memory has exceeded 80% of the total memory space. It is recommended that the memory be backup and deleted.

[ SELECT MENU ] [ 1 ] SET UP [ 2 ] ALD MANAGEMENT [ 3 ] LOG DATA CLEAR

Item Line

Info Line Figure 5-3. Select Menu

5.2 Set Up
When menu item 1 is selected, the SET UP MENU, you will see the current date & time.

[ SET UP ] DATE > 2010.03.08 TIME > 15:01:38 [ 1 ] CHANGE DATE [ 2 ] CHANGE TIME

Figure 5-4. Set Up Menu

To change the date, pressing 1 will lead to the CHANGE DATE MENU. In SET UP DATE input the new date with key pads. And press ENT. It is possible to click Left/Right key to move the cursor. Press the menu button when its finished to go back to the previous menu.

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[ SET UP DATE] DATE > 2010.03.08 YYYY:MM:DD NEW > 0000 : 00 : 00

Figure 5-5. Set Up Date

To change the time, press the 2 key and the SET UP TIME MENU will appear. In SET UP DATE input the new time with key pads, and press ENT. The Left/Right keys can be used to move the cursor. Press the menu button when finished to go back to the previous menu.

5.3 Log Data Clear


The PAC-A will save ALD status and control information. When connected to an antenna which has been deployed parameters such as BTS ID, SECTOR ID, Antenna Model, Control Type, Tilt Angle and Alarms are logged in memory. If the memory space is already full, then the new log information will replace the old information. Therefore it is strongly recommended to back up the data to a more permanent storage device and delete the PAC-A memory for saving the log data. operation. The LOG DATA CLEAR menu performs this

Figure 5-6 shows the LOG DATA CLEAR menu that appears when 3 is chosen in SELECT MENU (figure 5-3).

[ LOG CLEAR] YES : <ENT> KEY NO : <SEL> KEY

Figure 5-6. Log Clear Menu

When deleting the Log Data, Press ENT key. When going to upper menu then press SEL key. Press ENT, You will see > CAUTION ERASE DATA!. And once you press ENT again, deleting

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process will access.

[ LOG CLEAR] YES : <ENT> KEY NO : <SEL> KEY > CAUTION ERASE DATA !

Figure 5-7. Caution Erase Data

5.4 ALD Management


ALD MANAGEMENT is the 2nd item in SELECT MENU (figure 5-3) for controlling the ALD device. Move to the INTERFACE menu by pressing the 2 key shown in Figure 5-8.

[ INTERFACE ] [ 1 ] AISG - 485 [ 2 ] AISG - OOK

Figure 5-8. Interface Menu

Select the ALD device control method. Either the 485 interface or OOK interface may be chosen. The operation and control procedure is the same with either choice in PAC-A. This manual will proceed using the 485 interface. The other OOK interface has the same procedure.

Press 1 in [INTERFACE] MENU to select the AISG-485interface. Waitmark will be indicated for 3 seconds as a Figure 5-9. During this period, POWER SUPPLY INDICATION will disappear in right below info line of the window for supplying power to the ALD.

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[ INTERFACE ] [ 1 ] AISG - 485 [ 2 ] AISG - OOK

Wait . . .
Figure 5-9. Info Line Wait

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5.5 ALD Scan


After selection of INTERFACE and supplying power to ALD then the window will turn into the ALD SCAN page as a Figure 5-10.

[1] ALD ALL RESET will reset all connected ALD units. It is not necessary to perform the reset. The ALD ALL RESET command only works with AISG 2.0 compliant ALDs. Once operator presses the 1 key, an asterisk (*) will appear in the brackets and disappear in few seconds. This means the reset is complete.

[ ALD SCAN ] [ 1 ] ALD ALL RESET [ ] [ 2 ] ALD SCAN [ ]

INTERFACE [ 485 ]
Figure 5-10. ALD SCAN

KMW AISG 1.1 RET will turn into AISG 2.0 RET when receiving the ALD ALL RESET Command depends on the type of RET.

Press 2 for operating the ALD SCAN and the progress bar will appear to show scanning progress. Once the scan is done, EEPROM WRITE will appear in info line and the UNIQUE ID window will appear once all is done. Scan procedure take 3~4 minutes depending on the number of ALDs connected in the chain. If the ALD has an alarm then an error message will appear instead of UNIQUE ID page.

[ ALD SCAN ] [ 1 ] ALD ALL RESET [ ] [ 2 ] ALD SCAN [ / ]

EEPROM WRITE [ / ]

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Figure 5-11. ALD SCAN Progress

A scroll arrow will appear on the UNIQUE ID page to indicate there are more pages of data. If there are more than 4 connected ALD devices then the operator can see the Unique IDs by using Left/Right key. KM is KMWs vendor code. I or R stands for ALD RET. T stands for TTLNA.

[ UNIQUE ID ] KMTK0770105 KMRSCSAT096055SR0 KMICK001235 FURSC001235 CONN [ 485 ] [1/2]

TTLNA RET Connection Type Scroll Arrow

Figure 5-12. After device scan

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6. Monitoring the TTLNA


6.1 Getting information from the TTLNA
After Scan on UNIQUE ID page, move to TTLNA Unique ID. Press ENT key to import the TTLNA information. It will take around 5 seconds. During the import of information PAC-A will not accept any other commands.

[ UNIQUE ID ] KMTK0770105 KMRSCSAT096055SR0 KMICK001235

[ TTLNA MODEL ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T ALD - -

CONN [ 485 ]

[1/1]

CONN [ 485 ]

[1/1]

Figure 6-1. Getting Information and Device data

After importing all information from ALD, window will show a model name as in Figure 6-2 above. IF there is a connection problem then DISCON will appear on left lower part of window.

[ TTLNA MODEL ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T ALD : KUNAPA101001V20

[ TTLNA MODEL ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T ALD : KUNAPA101001V20

DISCON
Figure 6-2. Completion of information retrieval

After getting information and device data, you can control and monitor ALDs with the use of the keys. To control and monitor other ALDs, you have to move to the UNIQUE ID page. To go to the [UNIQUE ID] page, exit the [MODEL] page by using the SEL key.

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6.2 Error Status of TTLNA


TTLNA error messages can be seen in Error Status page by clicking the REV key on Model Name page.

[ ERROR STATUS ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T

RENEW - > ENTER


Figure 6-3. No Error status

Displaying the error status once ALD error is identified [Table 6-1]

ALD

Display Error Status

Remark

AISG 2.0 3GPP

[ ERROR STATUS ] KM - RSCSAT096055SR0


RET

RET : Not Calibrated RET : Actuator Jam RENEW - > ENTER


AISG 2.0 3GPP

[ ERROR STATUS ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T


TMA

TMA : [ SU 1 ] TMA Major TMA : [ SU 1 ] Bypass Mode RENEW - > ENTER


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LCD window can show 2 error stats. Operator can use & key to see more than 3 errors.

Display Error Status

Remark

First Page of Error Status

[ ERROR STATUS ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T TMA : [ SU 1 ] TMA Major TMA : [ SU 2 ] TMA Major RENEW - > ENTER [1/2]
Second Page of Error Status

[ ERROR STATUS ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T TMA : [ SU 1 ] Bypass Mode TMA : [ SU 2 ] Bypass Mode RENEW - > ENTER [2/2]
Table 6-2. Indication of more than 2 errors

Press enter to renew the error conditions and any error changes.

Please refer to Appendix B for more information about Error code.

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6.3 Mode of TTLNA


Move to TTLNA MODE page to identify the current mode. The TTLNA mode should show either normal or bypass.

[ TTLNA MODE ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T SUB UNIT 1 : NORMAL SUB UNIT 2 : NORMAL

Figure 6-4. TTLNA MODE

6.4 Gain of TTLNA


Move to TTLNA GAIN page to confirm the device gain.

[ TTLNA GAIN ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T SUB UNIT 1 : SUB UNIT 2 : 12 . 0 12 . 0

Figure 6-5. TTLNA GAIN

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6.5 PAC TEST: Not supported


Reserved.

[ PAC TEST ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T NOT SUPPORTED

Figure 6-6. Not supported message

6.6 Address Assign of TTLNA


Move to ASSIGN ALD I/D screen using REV key. If you want to assign new ID to ALD, select the number that you want to assign. Usually this function is used when the connection to ALD is DISCON status. The device number range is from 1 to 254.

Address Assign of TTLNA

Description

Current Assign ID

[ ASSIGN I / D ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T CUR ID : NEW ID : 001 000

Change Assign ID
5 ENT

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[ ASSIGN I / D ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T CUR ID : NEW ID : 001 005

Complete Assign ID

[ ASSIGN I / D ] KM - TDNSAT0960075T CUR ID : NEW ID : 005 000

Table 6-3. Address assign screen

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7. Controlling and Monitoring of RET


7.1 Getting information from RET (Single Antenna)
If you want to control another ALD, press SEL [menu] key and move to the UNIQUE ID. See Table 7-1.

Sequence of getting information

Description

Move to unique ID

[ UNIQUE ID ] KMTK0770105 KMRSCSAT096055SR0 KMICK001235

ENT

CONN [ 485 ]

[1/1]
Getting Information
Wait about 5 seconds

[ MODEL ] AISG 2 . 0 KM - RSCSAT0960075T ALD ANT ---

Information retrieved

[ MODEL ] AISG 2 . 0 KM - RSCSAT0960075T ALD : KUNARS101001V20 ANT : AMXKU196500T

Table 7-1. Getting information of single RET

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7.2 Getting information from RET (Multi Antenna)


In case of Multiple Antennas, because the ALD model and ANT model exists more than one, a scroll page arrows will appear. Choose the correct UNIQUE ID and press ENT.

Sequence of getting information

Description

Getting Information
Wait about 5 seconds

[ MODEL ] AISG 2 . 0 KM - RSCSAT0960075T ALD - ANT - [1/0]


End of getting information Move page

[ MODEL ] AISG 2 . 0 KM - RSCSAT0960075T ALD : KUNARS101001V20 ANT 1 : AMXKU196500T [1/2]


Move page

[ MODEL ] AISG 2 . 0 KM - RSCSAT0960075T ALD : KUNARS101001V20 ANT 2 : AMXKU196500T [2/2]


Table 7-2. Getting information of multi RET

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7.3 Error Status of RET


The error notice is the same as the TTLNA. NO1, NO2 means the Antenna Number.

7.4 Tilt Control (Single Antenna)


Move to the TILT screen using REV key, and the screen will display the current tilt in degrees. If you want to change the of antennas tilt, you can use the number key or arrow key. The tilt number by 0.1 degree decrease when pressed, and the degrees when pressed. Tilt Control Description Key will decrease the

Key will increase the tilt number by 0.5

Control new tilt degree

[ TILT ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : - 2 . 0 NEW DEG : 5 . 0

ENT

Moving

[ TILT ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : - 2 . 0 NEW DEG : 5 . 0 * TILT ( MOVING ) *


End of tilt control

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[ TILT ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : NEW DEG : 5.0 5.0

Table 7-3. Tilt Control (Single Antenna) If you wish to tilt the angle to 5.5, press 5 and then the key.

7.5 Tilt Control (Multi Antenna)


The control for multiple antennas in the chain is the same as for a single antenna. NO1, NO2 are the antenna numbers in the ALD chain.

Tilt Control

Description

Tilt mode

[ TILT ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CONTROL

ENT

Move multi antenna1 sub tilt mode

[ TILT - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : NEW DEG : 0.0 0.0

Tilt control

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[ TILT - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : NEW DEG : 0.0 5.0

ENT

* TILT ( MOVING ) *
End of tilt control

[ TILT - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : NEW DEG : 5.0 5.0

Move multi antenna2 sub tilt mode

[ TILT - ANT 2 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CUR DEG : NEW DEG : 0.0 0.0

REV

Move multi antenna3 sub tilt mode

[ TILT - ANT 3 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T NOT SUPPORTED ANT 3

REV

not supported

Table 7-4. Tilt Control (Multi Antenna)

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7.6 Steering Control


Move to STEERING screen using REV key, and then the screen displays current azimuth in degrees. THIS IS NOT THE ABSOLUTE AZIMUTH BUT RATHER THE SETTING RELATIVE TO THE ANTENNAS BODY CENTER. This is given in degrees. This function only applies to Hybrid 2Way Antennas. EDTA antennas have no internal azimuth adjust, and therefore, this function serves no purpose. If you want to change the azimuth setting, you can use the number key or arrow key. The 1.0 degree decrease once pressed, and the Key means

Key means 1.0 degree increase once pressed. The SEL

key means minus function in steering control mode. You may also enter a number directly from the keypad. The steering control process is same as tilt control except the adjustment is in 1.0 degree increments.

7.7 Calibration of RET (Single Antenna)


Move to CALIBRATION mode using REV key or FWD key. For correction of position, Calibration is executed.

Calibration

Description

Calibration mode

[ CALIBRATION ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CONTROL

Calibration

[ CALIBRATION ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CALIBRATING . . . . . . .

ENT

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Calibration Completed

[ CALIBRATION ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CONTROL

Table 7-5. Calibration (Single Antenna)

7.8 Calibration of RET (Multi Antenna)


The movement is same as the Single Antenna calibration, but in multi antenna circumstances you must move to calibration sub mod to control. If you completed the Sub mode, press SEL key to move on.

Calibration

Description

Calibration mode

[ CALIBRATION ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CONTROL

ENT

Multi antenna 1 calibration sub mode

[ CAL - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CALIBRATE

ENT

Calibrating antenna 1

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[ CAL - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T CALIBRATING . . . . . . .

Calibration Completed

[ CAL - ANT 1 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CALIBRATE

Move to antenna 2

[ CAL - ANT 2 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T ENTER TO CALIBRATE

REV

Move to antenna 3

[ CAL - ANT 3 ] KM - RSCSAT0960075T NOT SUPPORTED ANT 3

REV

not supported

Table 7-6. Calibration (Multi Antenna)

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7.9 RET Address Assign


Press REV key or FWD key to move to ASSIGN ALD I/D. Refer to 6.6 Address assign of TTLNA.

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8. Get Log Data


8.1 PAC-A Log Data description
If you operate the Tilt and Steering from PAC-A, you can save the DATE, TIME, BTS ID, SECTOR ID, Antenna Model, Azimuth and Tilt Degree settings, and Alarm. PAC-A can save 100 Data Log entries. If you exceed 80% or the memory capacity, you will see a caution message. If the message exceeds over 100, it automatically saves the most recent Log Entry and discards the oldest.

8.2 Using PAC-A Log Data


8.2.1 First, the RS-232 communication protocol must be established:

Figure 8-0. Port properties

After PAC-A GUI, click Data Log icon as shown is figure8-1.

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Figure8-1.

Figure 8-2 is the Data Log screen.

Figure8-2. Data Log

Press Get Log Data button to call up Log Data from PC. If you do not have any Log Data, a message will

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be shown as figure 8-3.

Figure8-3. Log is empty message

If you operate the Tilt and Steer from PAC-A, you can save the date, time, BTS ID, Sector ID, Antenna Model, Degree and Alarm. Figure 8-4 shows the Log Data that was saved.

Figure8-4. Get Log Data

You can save Log Data that you called up from GUI and save as an Excel File. When you press the Excel button as shown in figure 8-5, the file is shown along with the date & time for convenience. You may save wherever you want.

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Figure8-5. Log Data Save

Figure8-6 shows that the calling up the saved Log Data.

Figure8-6. Log Data File

8.3 Erase PAC-A Log Data


If the Log Data Memory exceeds 80% the PAC-A screen will appear as in figure8-7. The WARNING MEMORY message means that the Log Data entries have exceeded 80% of the total Log Data possible. At this point, you should backup your data and delete the PAC-A Memory contents.

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[ SELECT MENU ] [ 1 ] SET UP [ 2 ] ALD MANAGEMENT [ 3 ] LOG DATA CLEAR

WARNING MEMORY
Figure8-7. Warning Memory Space

Safely backup the Log Data to your PC and press 3 as shown in figure 8-8, and you will move to [LOG CLEAR] page.

[ LOG CLEAR] YES : <ENT> KEY NO : <SEL> KEY

Figure8-8. Log Clear Page

Press the SEL button to return to the start-up screen, and ENT button will result in the following display:

[ LOG CLEAR] YES : <ENT> KEY NO : <SEL> KEY > CAUTION ERASE DATA !

Figure8-9. Warning Message

All Log DATA will be deleted from the memory by pressing the ENT button again.

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9. Program Update
9.1 PAC-A application description
This program is used when updating a new PAC-A version or making a LOG DATA File. This program can be used in both Windows 2000 and XP, but we recommend Windows XP.

Figure 9-1. Main display

Check if the PC and PAC-A and RS-232 have the correct set-up.

Figure 9-2. Port properties

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9.2 Download using PAC-A application


When downloading using the GUI, press the right button (file requester) to choose the file. All PAC-A firmware files name must be PACA_OOK_APP*_KMDF.bin. If not it wont be downloaded.

Figure 9-3. Choosing a proper firmware file

Press the Download button on the GUI screen for downloading process.

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Figure 9-4. Main display after choosing a firmware file

Figure 9-5 shows the downloading in progress. Note the progress bar.

Figure 9-5. Download process

When the download is done, you will see Console, Boot version, Date, and the Main Program.

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Figure 9-6. Download Completed

Appendix A (PAC-A Specification)


Item AC/DC Adaptor Input Voltage Rechargeable Battery PC Serial Communication Protocol AISG Communication bit rate Output Voltage OOK 11.1V(3.7V 3Cell), 1.5Ah, Li-ion Polymer RS-232 AISG 1.1 & AISG 2.0 Compliant 9600, N, 8, 1 DC +24[V]1[V] / 20.5[W] Max @ 77 2.176MHz (+3dBM 2 dB) Output: 24V, 2.5A Specifications

D-Sub 9P (AISG) Pin Specification


Pin No. 1 6 9 4, 8 3 5 Description RS-485B RS-485A Vdc = + 24[V] 1[V] DC GND RS-485GND Vdc = + 15[V] 0.5[V] Remark

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Environmental Specification
Parameter Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Storage Temperature Storage Humidity Specification 32 104 10 ~ 75 RH -4 158 10 ~ 75 RH -20 ~ 70 Remark 0 ~ 40

Mechanical Specification
- Physical Dimension, 5.07*8.42*1.85 inch - Weight : 750g(Include Rechargeable Battery) Connector Type Parameter DC +24V INPUT PORT RS-232 PORT RS-485 + DC Power OOK + DC Power Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight Specification DC Jack Male D-SUB 9PIN FEMALE D-SUB 9PIN MALE SMA FEMALE 214.0 x 129.0 x 47.0 mm 0.5Kg Debug Vdc = +24[V]1[V] & 15[V]0.5[V
OOK = 2.176[MHz] / Vdc = +24[V]1[V]

Remark

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Appendix B (Error Codes)


Error Code 0x02 0x03 0x05 0x06 0x0E 0x0F 0x11 0x13 0x19 0x1A Code Type Alarm Alarm Return Return Alarm Alarm Alarm Return Return Alarm

LCD Display Motor Jam Actuator Jam Busy CheckSum Error Not Calibrated Not Configured Hardware Error Out of Range Unknown Procedure [SU 1]TMA Minor

Remark Motor can not move Actuator jam has been detected. No movement of the actuator, but movement of the motor was detected Busy CheckSum Error The device has not completed a calibration operation, of calibration has been lost Actuator configuration data is missing Any hardware error that cannot be classified. May not be reported as an alarm until the fault is likely to be persistent A parameter given by an operator (e.g. tilt value or memory offset) is out of range Received procedure code is not defined A fault in the TMA subunit is detected which reduces the gain performance but maintains its function. [SU 1] : SubUnit1 (Main Path) [SU 2] : SubUnit2 (Diversity Path) LNA alarm, TDD Switch alarm [SU 1] : SubUnit1 (Main Path) [SU 2] : SubUnit2 (Diversity Path) The requested value is not supported Invalid device data parameter usage Specified parameter is not supported for the used procedure The TMA subunit is in bypass mode and cannot report a correct gain value [SU 1] : SubUnit1 (Main Path) [SU 2] : SubUnit2 (Diversity Path) The unit is in Download mode state. Returned upon unsupported procedure when in Download mode state The data being downloaded is detected to be of wrong format or size Procedure message is inconsistent or if an addressed field or antenna is invalid or the data parameter field length is inconsistent with the corresponding field length parameter The procedure is optional and not supported or the procedure does not apply to this device type Procedure sequence as described in annex C is expected but not experienced by the secondary device An actuator movement outside the control of the RET unit has been detected. Probable cause is manual interference
Table B-1. Error codes

0x1B 0x1C 0x1D 0x1E 0x1F

[SU 1]TMA Major Unsupported Value Read Only Unknown Parameter [SU 1]Bypass Mode

Alarm Return Return Return Alarm

0x21 0x22 0x24 0x25 0x26 0x27

Working S/W Miss Invalid File Format Error Unsupported Proc Invalid Sequence Actuator Manual

Return Return Return Return Return Alarm

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Customer Support
For customer support need regarding this product, contact customer support lines below. [KMW U.S.A Inc]

Home-page : http://www.kmwcomm.com/ Address: 1521 E. Orangethorpe Ave. Suite A Fullerton, CA 92831 TEL : +1-714-515-1100 FAX : +1-714-515-1134 E-mail : info@kmwcomm.com

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