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BTS3900 (Ver.C)

Hardware Description

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Date

2012-01-10

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description Issue 04 Date 2012-01-10 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

About This Document

About This Document

Purpose

This document serves as a reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900 (Ver.C) (referred to as BTS3900) cabinet. It describes the functions of boards, modules, and ports, and the details such as port types, cable types, cable connections, and connector specifications.

Product Versions

The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name

Product Version

BTS3900L (Ver.C)

V100R003C00

BTS3900L (Ver.C) GSM

V100R009C00

V100R012C00

BTS3900L (Ver.C) WCDMA

V200R012C00

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

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System engineers

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Base station installation engineers

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Site maintenance engineers

Organization

1 Changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

This section describes the changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description.

2 Exterior of the BTS3900 Cabinet

The BTS3900 cabinet is a vertical cabinet, which is designed in compliance with the IEC297 standard.

BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

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3 BTS3900 Hardware Configurations

This chapter describes configurations of the BTS3900 cabinet, power configurations, and monitoring configurations. It serves as a reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900.

4 BTS3900 Components

BTS3900 components consist of the BBU3900, RFUs, DCDU-11A, fan box, power equipment (AC/DC), and optional modules. The power equipment (AC/DC) is configured only in the BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC).

5 BTS3900 Cables

This chapter describes the BTS3900 cables. The BTS3900 cables consist of the PGND cable, power cable, transmission cable, CPRI cable, signal cable, and RF cable.

6 BTS3900 Auxiliary Equipment

Auxiliary equipment can be installed in the BTS3900 if required.

Conventions

Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol

Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided,

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance degradation, or unexpected results.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

General Conventions

The general conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Times New Roman

Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.

Boldface

Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in boldface. For example, log in as user root.

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Convention

Description

Italic

Book titles are in italics.

Courier New

Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New.

Command Conventions

The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

 

The keywords of a command line are in boldface.

Italic

 

Command arguments are in italics.

[

]

Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional.

{

x | y |

}

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected.

[

x | y |

]

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected or no item is selected.

{

x | y |

} *

Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected.

[

x | y |

] *

Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. Several items or no item can be selected.

GUI Conventions

The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Convention

Description

Boldface

Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are in boldface. For example, click OK.

>

Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Keyboard Operations

The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

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Format

Description

Key

Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.

Key 1+Key 2

Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.

Key 1, Key 2

Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operations

The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Action

Description

Click

Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.

Double-click

Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

Drag

Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

Contents

Contents

About This Document

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1 Changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

1

2 Exterior of the BTS3900 Cabinet

3

3 BTS3900 Hardware Configurations

4

3.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet

5

3.2 Cabinet Application Scenarios

7

3.3 Power Equipment

10

3.3.1 Configurations of the Upper-Level Circuit Breakers and Power Cables

11

3.3.2 Cabinet Power Distribution

14

3.4 BTS3900 Monitoring System

15

3.4.1 BBU Monitoring Ports

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3.4.2 Monitoring Principles of the Cabinet

16

3.4.3 Customized Alarm Inputs

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4 BTS3900 Components

20

4.1 BBU3900 Equipment

22

4.1.1 BBU3900

22

4.1.2 BBU3900 Components

23

4.2 GRFU 76

4.3 DRFU 80

4.4 WRFU

83

4.5 MRFU

87

4.6 LRFU

90

4.7 DCDU-11A

94

4.8 Fan Box 95

4.9 GATM

97

4.10 ELU

99

4.11 Power Equipment (AC/DC) 99

99

4.11.2 PMU 100

4.11.1 Structure of the Power Equipment AC/DC

4.11.3 PSU (AC/DC)

103

4.11.4 Power Subrack (AC/DC)

105

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5 BTS3900 Cables

106

5.1 List of BTS3900 Cables

108

5.2 Cable Connections

113

5.2.1 Power Cable Connections

113

5.2.2 Transmission Cable Connections

115

5.2.3 CPRI Cable Connections

142

5.2.4 Monitoring Signal Cable Connections

153

5.2.5 RF Cable Connections

156

5.3 PGND Cables

169

5.4 Equipotential Cable

170

5.5 Power Cables

170

5.5.1 Input Power Cable for the Cabinet

170

5.5.2 DCDU-11A Power Cable

172

5.5.3 BBU Power Cable

173

5.5.4 Power Cable for the FAN Box

173

5.5.5 RFU Power Cable

174

5.5.6 GATM Power Cable

175

5.6 Transmission Cables

176

5.6.1 E1/T1 Cable

176

5.6.2 FE/GE Cable

179

5.6.3 FE/GE Fiber Optic Cable

180

5.6.4 Interconnection Cable Between the FE Electrical Ports

181

5.6.5 Interconnection Cable Between FE Optical Ports

181

5.7 CPRI Electrical Cable

182

5.8 Signal Cables

182

5.8.1 Monitoring Signal Cable for the PMU

182

5.8.2 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Fan Box

183

5.8.3 Fan Box Cascade Signal Cable

184

5.8.4 Monitoring Signal Cable for the EMU

185

5.8.5 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM

185

5.8.6 BBU Alarm Cable

186

5.8.7 GPS Clock Signal Cable

188

5.8.8 Signal Cable for the ELU

188

5.9 BTS3900 RF Cables

189

5.9.1 RF Jumper

189

5.9.2 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable

190

6 BTS3900 Auxiliary Equipment

191

6.1 EMU

192

6.2 DDF

192

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1 Changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

1 Changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description

This section describes the changes in the BTS3900 (Ver.C) Hardware Description.

04

(2012-01-10)

 

This is the fourth commercial release.

Compared with issue 03 (2011-10-25), no content is added.

Compared with issue 03 (2011-10-25), this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Change Description

WMPT

Add the transmission specifications of the boards.

UTRP

GTMU

 

LMPT

GTMU

Modified the status description of LEDs on the panel of the GTMU.

UBRI

Modified the status description of LEDs on the panel of the UBRI.

03

(2011-10-25)

Compared with issue 03 (2011-10-25), no content is deleted.

This is the third commercial release.

Compared with issue 02 (2011-09-30), no content is added.

Compared with issue 02 (2011-09-30), this issue incorporates the following changes:

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Change Description

About This Document

Added the version V300R009 to BTS3900 (Ver.C) GSM.

UTRP

Updated the LED indicators on the panel of the UTRP.

Compared with issue 02 (2011-09-30), no content is deleted.

02 (2011-09-30)

This is the second commercial release.

Compared with issue 01 (2011-08-30), no content is added.

Compared with issue 01 (2011-08-30), this issue incorporates the following changes:

Content

Change Description

3.3.1

Configurations of the Upper-Level

Updated the specifications for the upper-level circuit breakers and cables used for supplying AC power to the cabinet.

Circuit Breakers and Power Cables

5.2.1

Power Cable Connections

Updated the figure of power cable connections.

GTMU

Modified the description of the E1 bypass function.

UTRP

Modified the description of DIP switches.

Compared with issue 01 (2011-08-30), no content is deleted.

01 (2011-08-30)

This is the first commercial release.

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2 Exterior of the BTS3900 Cabinet

2 Exterior of the BTS3900 Cabinet

The BTS3900 cabinet is a vertical cabinet, which is designed in compliance with the IEC297 standard.

Figure 2-1 shows the exterior and dimension of a BTS3900 cabinet.

Figure 2-1 Exterior and dimension of a BTS3900 cabinet

Figure 2-1 Exterior and dimension of a BTS3900 cabinet Issue 04 (2012-01-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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About This Chapter

This chapter describes configurations of the BTS3900 cabinet, power configurations, and monitoring configurations. It serves as a reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900.

3.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet

The BTS3900 cabinet uses a modular design. The main components in the cabinet are the BBU3900, RFU, DCDU-11A, fan box. The power equipment (AC/DC) is an optional

component.

3.2 Cabinet Application Scenarios

BTS3900 cabinets can be stacked or installed side by side. The side-by-side installation mode is recommended. If the space in the equipment room is insufficient, the stack mode can be used.

3.3 Power Equipment

The BTS3900 supports 110 V AC, 220 V AC, and -48 V DC power supplies. When AC power supply is used, the AC power must be converted to -48 V DC power for the base station.

3.4 BTS3900 Monitoring System

The BTS3900 monitoring system monitors all boards and components in the cabinet. If any board or component is faulty, an alarm is automatically reported. Alarm signals are collected both inside and outside the cabinet by the UPEU, UEIU, EMU, PMU, and FMU, achieving monitoring of the entire BTS3900.

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3.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet

The BTS3900 cabinet uses a modular design. The main components in the cabinet are the BBU3900, RFU, DCDU-11A, fan box. The power equipment (AC/DC) is an optional component.

The BTS3900 cabinets can be classified into two types: the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) and BTS3900 cabinet (AC).

Figure 3-1 Module configurations in the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC)

3-1 Module configurations in the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) (1) RFU (2) Fan box (3)

(1) RFU

(2) Fan box

(3) Air inlet

(4) BBU3900

(5) DCDU-11A

-

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Figure 3-2 Module configurations in the BTS3900 cabinet (AC)

3-2 Module configurations in the BTS3900 cabinet (AC) (1) RFU (2) Fan box (3) Air inlet

(1) RFU

(2) Fan box

(3) Air inlet

(4) BBU3900

(5) DCDU-11A

(6) Power equipment (AC/DC)

Table 3-1 describes the components in the cabinet.

Table 3-1 Components in the cabinet

Module

Optional or

Maximum Number Configured in a Single Cabinet

Remarks

Mandatory

RFU

Mandatory

6

The RFU performs modulation and demodulation between baseband signals and RF signals, processes data, and combines and divides signals.

RFU filler

Optional

6

To ensure proper ventilation of the cabinet, the slot in the RFU subrack that does not house an RFU must be installed with a filler panel.

panel

Fan box

Mandatory

1

The fan dissipates heat in the cabinet.

BBU3900

Mandatory

 

The BBU3900 processes the baseband signals and enables interaction between the base station and the BSC, RNC, or evolved packet core (EPC).

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Module

Optional or

Maximum Number Configured in a Single Cabinet

Remarks

Mandatory

DCDU-11

Mandatory

2

When there are two BBUs, two DCDU-11A modules must be configured to supply power to the two BBUs respectively. When there is only one BBU, one DCDU-11A is required.

A

Power

Optional

1

The power equipment (AC/DC) converts external 220 V AC single-phase power, 220 V AC three-phase power, and 110 V AC dual- live-wire power into -48 V DC power and provides power to all components in the cabinet.

equipment

(AC/DC)

Vacant

-

-

l

There is a 3 U vacant space in the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) for customer equipment.

The customer equipment must be able to work properly at a temperature equal to or higher than 55°C.

space

The BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) can supply power to customer transmission equipment.

l

There is no vacant space in the BTS3900 cabinet (AC).

3.2 Cabinet Application Scenarios

BTS3900 cabinets can be stacked or installed side by side. The side-by-side installation mode is recommended. If the space in the equipment room is insufficient, the stack mode can be used.

Cabinet Configuration Principles

l

Both the BTS3900 cabinets DC (-48 V) and BTS3900 cabinets AC support the side-by- side installation mode.

l

In a single-mode or dual-mode scenario, only one BBU is configured.

l

The BTS3900 cabinets DC (-48 V) can be stacked.

l

The stacking of the BTS3900 cabinets AC is not recommended. If the cabinets are stacked, the highest operating temperature of the cabinets is 50°C.

Figure 3-3 and Figure 3-4 show two side-by-side installed cabinets in a single-mode or dual- mode scenario.

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Figure 3-3 Two side-by-side BTS3900 DC (-48 V) cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario

DC (-48 V) cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario Figure 3-4 Two side-by-side BTS3900 AC

Figure 3-4 Two side-by-side BTS3900 AC cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario

BTS3900 AC cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario Figure 3-5 and Figure 3-6 show the

Figure 3-5 and Figure 3-6 show the stack installation mode with two cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario.

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Figure 3-5 Two stacked BTS3900 DC (-48 V) cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario

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Figure 3-6 Two stacked BTS3900 AC cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario

BTS3900 AC cabinets in a single-mode or dual-mode scenario 3.3 Power Equipment The BTS3900 supports 110

3.3 Power Equipment

The BTS3900 supports 110 V AC, 220 V AC, and -48 V DC power supplies. When AC power supply is used, the AC power must be converted to -48 V DC power for the base station.

Table 3-2 and Table 3-3 list the input voltage scopes supported by the BTS3900.

Table 3-2 AC input voltage scopes

Power Supply

Rated Voltage

Operating voltage

200 V AC single-phase

220 V AC to 240 V AC

176 V AC to 290 V AC

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Power Supply

Rated Voltage

Operating voltage

220

V AC three-phase

220

V AC to 240 V AC

176 V AC to 290 V AC

110

V AC dual-live-wire

100

V AC to 120 V AC

90 V AC to 135 V AC

Table 3-3 DC input voltage scope

Power Supply

Rated Voltage

-48 V DC

-38.4 V DC to -57 V DC

3.3.1 Configurations of the Upper-Level Circuit Breakers and Power Cables

This section describes the recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breaker and power cables for the BTS3900. The recommended configurations are all based on a fully configured base station, which has the peak output power. The power requirements for the customer equipment in the cabinet are also considered.

The upper-level circuit breakers and power cables used by the BTS3900 vary according to the external power supply.

by the BTS3900 vary according to the external power supply. NOTE l All power cables must

NOTE

l

All power cables must comply with local standards.

l

P is short for Pole, indicating the number of switches simultaneously controlled by a pole.

BTS3900 DC

In the -48 V DC power supply scenario, the recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breakers and power cables for the BTS3900 are listed in Table 3-4.

Table 3-4 Recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breakers and power cables for the BTS3900 DC

Configuration (1)(2)

Minimum Circuit Breaker Configuration Required by Customer Equipment (3)(4)(5)

Power Cable (8)

 

(9)(10)

Length of the Power Cable

l

Four to six high- power RFUs (6)

2

x 80A/1P

x 16 mm 2 cables (from one

2

15 m

(recommended)

l

One to two BBUs

DCDU-11A)

(9)

1

x 160A/1P

1

x 35 mm 2 low

   

smoke zero halogen

(LSZH) cable

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Configuration (1)(2)

Minimum Circuit Breaker Configuration Required by Customer Equipment (3)(4)(5)

Power Cable (8)

 

(9)(10)

Length of the Power Cable

l

Four to six low- power RFUs (7)

1 x 100A/1P

x 35 mm 2 LSZH cable

1

 

l

Two BBUs

2 x 63A/1P

x 16 mm 2 cables (from one

2

 

DCDU-11A)

l

Four to six low- power RFUs

1 x 80A/1P

1

x 16 mm 2 cable

l

One BBU

l

One to three high- power RFUs

1 x 100A/1P

x 35 mm 2 LSZH cable

1

l

Two BBUs

2 x 63A/1P

x 16 mm 2 cables (from one

2

 

DCDU-11A)

l

One to three high- power RFUs

1 x 80A/1P

1 x 16 mm 2 cable

l

One BBU

l

One to three low- power RFUs

1 x 63A/1P

1 x 16 mm 2 cable

l

One to two BBUs

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Hardware Description 3 BTS3900 Hardware Configurations NOTE (1) If both high-power RFUs and low-power RFUs exist

NOTE

(1) If both high-power RFUs and low-power RFUs exist in the same base station, the power configuration for high-power RFUs will apply for the base station.

(2) If possible, it is suggested to configure the base station with the power configuration for maximum high-power RFUs so as to satisfy all scenarios. If the power configuration has to be in accordance with actual scenarios, the circuit breaker and power cables need to be upgraded in case of base station extension.

(3) The power configuration applicable for the scenarios with higher power consumption is also applicable for the scenarios with lower power consumption.

(4) The circuit breakers for high load capability are applicable to those for low load capability. The sequence of load capability for circuit breakers is: 1 x 160A > 2 x 80A > 2 x 63A > 1 x 100A > 1 x 80A > 1 x 63A.

(5) The power consumption of inner transmission is ignored for the circuit breakers of indoor macro base station.

(6) High-power RFUs include: LRFUe, WRFUd, and MRFUd.

(7) Low-power RFUs include: DRFU, GRFU, WRFU, MRFU, CRFU, LRFU. and MRFU V3.

(8) If two external power inputs are supplied, the following requirements must be met:

l

The two power inputs must be supplied by the same power cabinet.

l

The circuit breakers used for the two power inputs have the same model and specifications.

l

The power cables for the two power inputs must have the same cross-sectional area and length.

l

When powering on the base station, turn on the two circuit breakers of power input before turning on the circuit breakers for all the RFUs. When powering off the base station, turn off the circuit breakers for all the RFUs before turning off the two circuit breakers of power input.

(9) One DCDU-11A can supply a maximum of three power inputs for two BBUs. The cabinet can be configured with a maximum of two BBUs, one with power consumption of 650 W and the other with power consumption of 360 W. If an additional DCDU-11A is configured, the cabinet can be configured with two BBUs both with power consumption of 650 W.

(10) If two BBU3900s are configured, the second BBU3900 shall obtain power from a power cabinet outside of the DCDU-11A in the base station that the second BBU3900 installed.

BTS3900 AC

In the 110 V AC or 220 V AC power supply scenario, the recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breaker and power cables for the BTS3900 are listed in Table 3-5.

Table 3-5 Recommended configurations of circuit breakers and power cables

Configuration

Power Supply

Circuit

Cross-

Length of the Power Cable

Breaker

sectional Area of the Input Power Cable

   

Configuration

 

Required by

Customer

 

Equipment

l

One to six

220

V AC three-

1 x 16A/3P

1 x 2.5mm 2(11)

15 m

high power RFUs

phase power

     
 

200

V AC

1 x 32A/1P

1 x 4mm 2(12)

l

One BBU

single-phase

 

power

110

V AC dual-

1 x 32A/2P

live-wire power

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NOTEHardware Description 3 BTS3900 Hardware Configurations (11) The AC power cable should be double insulated with

(11) The AC power cable should be double insulated with 4 cores inside. (12) The AC power cable should be double insulated with 3 cores inside.

3.3.2 Cabinet Power Distribution

This section describes power distribution modes of the BTS3900 cabinet.

Power Distribution of the BTS3900 Cabinet (-48 V DC)

The external power equipment supplies -48 V DC power to the DCDU-11A in the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC), and the DCDU-11A feeds power to each module in the BTS3900 cabinet. Figure 3-7 shows power distribution principles. Table 3-6 describes output ports.

Figure 3-7 Power distribution of the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC)

3-7 Power distribution of the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) NOTE MCB: miniature circuit breaker Table

NOTE3-7 Power distribution of the BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC) MCB: miniature circuit breaker Table 3-6

MCB: miniature circuit breaker

Table 3-6 Output ports on the DCDU-11A

Output Port

Description

LOAD0 to LOAD5

Supplies power to RFU0 to RFU5

LOAD6

Supplies power to the fan box

LOAD7 and LOAD8

Supplies power to the BBU

LOAD9

Serves as a standby output port

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Power Distribution of the BTS3900 Cabinet (AC)

The external power equipment supplies 220 V AC single-phase or three-phase power, or 110 V AC dual-live-wire power to the BTS3900 cabinet (AC). The power equipment (AC/DC) converts the AC power into -48 V DC power and feeds the -48 V DC power to the DCDU-11A. Then, the DCDU-11A feeds power to each module in the cabinet. Figure 3-8 shows power distribution principles. Table 3-6 describes output ports.

Figure 3-8 Power distribution of the BTS3900 cabinet (AC)

Figure 3-8 Power distribution of the BTS3900 cabinet (AC) 3.4 BTS3900 Monitoring System The BTS3900 monitoring

3.4 BTS3900 Monitoring System

The BTS3900 monitoring system monitors all boards and components in the cabinet. If any board or component is faulty, an alarm is automatically reported. Alarm signals are collected both inside and outside the cabinet by the UPEU, UEIU, EMU, PMU, and FMU, achieving monitoring of the entire BTS3900.

3.4.1 BBU Monitoring Ports

The BBU provides two scenarios: 360 W and 650 W. In the 360 W scenario, the UPEU and UEIU are used. In the 650 W scenario, two UPEUs are configured. Each board provides two Boolean input ports and two RS485 signal input ports. Each Boolean input port can be used for monitoring four Boolean inputs. Figure 3-9 and Figure 3-10 show slot configurations.

Figure 3-9 Slot configurations of the UPEU and UEIU (in the 360 W scenario)

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Figure 3-10 Slot configurations of two UPEUs (in the 650 W scenario)

Slot configurations of two UPEUs (in the 650 W scenario) Table 3-7 lists the monitoring ports

Table 3-7 lists the monitoring ports on the UPEU and UEIU.

Table 3-7 Monitoring ports on the UPEU and UEIU

Slot

Board

Label

Connector

Quantity

Description

Slot 19

UPEU

EXT-ALM0

RJ45

1

Port for Boolean inputs 0 to 3

EXT-ALM1

RJ45

1

Port for Boolean inputs 4 to 7

MON0

RJ45

1

Port for

RS485 input

0

MON1

RJ45

1

Port for

RS485 input

1

Slot 18

UEIU

EXT-ALM0

RJ45

1

Port for Boolean inputs 0 to 3

(Optional)

EXT-ALM1

RJ45

1

Port for Boolean inputs 4 to 7

MON0

RJ45

1

Port for

RS485 input

0

MON1

RJ45

1

Port for

RS485 input

1

3.4.2 Monitoring Principles of the Cabinet

The BTS3900 cabinet is managed by monitoring boards, such as the FMU and PMU. Each monitoring board is connected to the MON port on the BBU. They collect alarms of all components and report the alarms to the BBU by using the RS485 serial bus.

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l

The FMU is configured in the FAN box of BTS3900 DC (-48 V) cabinet or BTS3900 AC cabinet.

l

The PMU is configured in the BTS3900 AC cabinet AC. For details about functions of the monitoring ports on the PMU, see 4.11.2 PMU.

This document describes monitoring principles of two BTS3900 cabinets. If cabinet 1 is not configured, the monitoring cables connected to the cabinet are not required.

Figure 3-11 Monitoring system for the BTS3900 DC (-48V) cabinet

3-11 Monitoring system for the BTS3900 DC (-48V) cabinet Figure 3-12 Monitoring system for the BTS3900

Figure 3-12 Monitoring system for the BTS3900 AC cabinet

Figure 3-12 Monitoring system for the BTS3900 AC cabinet NOTE Refer to 3.4.3 Customized Alarm Inputs
Figure 3-12 Monitoring system for the BTS3900 AC cabinet NOTE Refer to 3.4.3 Customized Alarm Inputs

NOTE

Refer to 3.4.3 Customized Alarm Inputs for monitoring principle of the EMU.

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3.4.3 Customized Alarm Inputs

When customer equipment generates an alarm, the alarm must be reported to the BBU.

Customized alarms are reported to the BBU by any of the following methods:

l

The alarms are collected by the UPEU or UEIU in the BBU.

l

The alarms are collected by the EMU.

For details about the configuration of customized alarms, see the related initial configuration guide.

Monitoring Board Configuration

The configuration of the monitoring boards in the BTS3900 depends on the number of customized alarm inputs, as listed in Table 3-8.

Table 3-8 Configuration of monitoring boards in the BTS3900

Cabinet Type

Number of Dry Contact Alarm Inputs

Monitoring Board

-48 V DC cabinet or AC cabinet

1 to 8

UPEU

1 to 16

UPEU+UEIU

 

1 to 32

UPEU+UEIU+EMU

1 to 16 UPEU+UEIU   1 to 32 UPEU+UEIU+EMU NOTE l If backup power is required

NOTE

l

If backup power is required for the BBU, two UPEUs are configured instead of UPEU+UEIU.

l

If three cabinets are configured for the BTS3900, only one UEIU is required to monitor both RS485 and dry contact alarms.

l

Analog values can be monitored only by the EMU.

l

The EMU with sensors can be configured based on site requirements.

Customized Alarms Collected by the UPEU or UEIU

Each UPEU or UEIU in the BBU supports eight Boolean alarm inputs. A maximum of two UPEUs or UPEU+UEIU can be configured for the BBU to receive 16 Boolean alarm inputs. This method can be used for the configuration of fewer than 16 customized alarm inputs. The method of collecting customized alarms by using the UPEU or UEIU is shown in Figure

3-13.

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Figure 3-13 Customized alarms collected by the UPEU or UEIU

Figure 3-13 Customized alarms collected by the UPEU or UEIU Customized Alarms Collected by the EMU

Customized Alarms Collected by the EMU

If there are more than 16 Boolean alarm inputs, an EMU can be configured for the BTS3900. Each EMU supports 32 Boolean alarm inputs and two RS485 signal inputs, the cable connections are shown in Figure 3-14.

l

BTS3900 cabinet (-48 V DC): The EMU is connected to the MON1 port on the UPEU in the BBU.

l

BTS3900 cabinet (AC): The EMU is connected to the COM OUT port on the PMU in the power equipment (AC/DC).

Figure 3-14 Customized alarms collected by the EMU

(AC/DC). Figure 3-14 Customized alarms collected by the EMU Issue 04 (2012-01-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential

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4 BTS3900 Components

About This Chapter

BTS3900 components consist of the BBU3900, RFUs, DCDU-11A, fan box, power equipment (AC/DC), and optional modules. The power equipment (AC/DC) is configured only in the BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC).

4.1 BBU3900 Equipment

This section presents the exterior of the BBU3900 and describes the boards in the BBU3900 and their panels, functions, indicators, ports, and engineering specifications.

4.2 GRFU

GSM radio frequency unit (GRFU) is an RF unit of GSM radio filter and applies to GO scenario.

4.3 DRFU

Double radio frequency unit (DRFU) is an RF unit of GSM radio filter and applies to GO scenario.

4.4 WRFU

WCDMA Radio Frequency (WRFU) is an RF unit of WCDMA radio filter and applies to UO scenario.

4.5 MRFU

Multi-Mode Radio Frequency Unit (MRFU) is a type of RF unit that can work in multiple radio frequencies. It applies to scenarios such as GO, UO, LO, GU and GL.

4.6 LRFU

LTE Radio Frequency Unit (LRFU) is an RF unit of LTE FDD (Frenquency Division Duplex) and applies to LTE Only scenario.

4.7 DCDU-11A

The DCDU-11A provides DC power to all components in the cabinet.

4.8 Fan Box

A fan box consists of a fan tray, four fans, and an FMU.

4.9 GATM

The GSM Antenna and TMA control Module (GATM) controls the antenna and TMA.

4.10 ELU

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The Electronic Label Unit (ELU) reports the cabinet type information to the fan box.

4.11 Power Equipment (AC/DC) The power equipment (AC/DC) converts 220 V AC power into -48 V DC power.

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4.1 BBU3900 Equipment

This section presents the exterior of the BBU3900 and describes the boards in the BBU3900 and their panels, functions, indicators, ports, and engineering specifications.

The BBU3900 performs the following functions:

l

Provides ports for communication between the base station and the BSC or RNC.

l

The GTMU provides CPRI ports for communication between the BBU and the RFUs.

l

Provides USB ports. A USB flash drive can be inserted into the USB port to perform the automatic base station upgrade during software installation and data configuration.

l

Provides an OM channel between the base station and the LMT or the M2000 to operate and maintain the base station.

l

Processes uplink and downlink data.

l

Manages the entire dual-mode system in terms of OM and signaling processing.

l

Provides the system clock.

4.1.1 BBU3900

The BBU3900, which has a case structure, is 19 inches wide and 2 U high.

The dimensions of the BBU3900 are 86 mm x 442 mm x 310 mm x (3.39 in. x 17.4 in. x 12.2 in.) (H x W x D), as shown in Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 BBU3900

(H x W x D), as shown in Figure 4-1 . Figure 4-1 BBU3900 The Electronic

The Electronic Serial Number (ESN) is a unique identifier of a Network Element (NE). It is used during base station commissioning.

l If there is a label on the FAN unit of the BBU, the ESN is printed on the label and a mounting ear of the BBU, as shown in Figure 4-2.

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Figure 4-2 ESN (1)

Description 4 BTS3900 Components Figure 4-2 ESN (1) l If there is no label on the

l If there is no label on the FAN unit of the BBU, the ESN is printed on a mounting ear of the BBU, as shown in Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-3 ESN (2)

of the BBU, as shown in Figure 4-3 . Figure 4-3 ESN (2) 4.1.2 BBU3900 Components

4.1.2 BBU3900 Components

This describes the boards and module of the BBU3900 in terms of their configuration principles, functions, ports, LEDs, and DIP switches.

Slot Assignment of the BBU3900

This section describes slot assignment of the BBU3900 in the GSM Only (referred to as GO), UMTS Only (referred to as UO), LTE Only (referred to as LO), GSM+UMTS (referred to as GU), GSM+LTE (referred to as GL), and UMTS+LTE (referred to as UL) scenarios.

Slots of the BBU3900

The board configurations of the BBU3900 in GO mode, BBU3900 in GU mode, BBU3900 in UO mode, BBU3900 in LO mode, BBU3900 in GL mode, and BBU3900 in UL mode are the same, as shown in Figure 4-4.

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Figure 4-4 Slots of the BBU3900

4 BTS3900 Components Figure 4-4 Slots of the BBU3900 BBU3900 Working in GO Mode Table 4-1

BBU3900 Working in GO Mode

Table 4-1 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in GO mode.

Table 4-1 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 in GO mode

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

GTMU

Mandatory

1

Slots 5 and 6

It

is configured

only in slot 6

(with both slots

5

and 6

occupied).

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

It

is configured

only in slot 16.

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 19.

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 0 or 1

It

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 1.

The 1 U GPS/ GLONASS receiver is configured in

slot 1 (with slots

0

and 1

occupied).

UTRP

Optional

1

Slot 0 or 4

It

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 4.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

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Figure 4-5 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 in GO mode.

Figure 4-5 Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GO mode

Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GO mode BBU3900 Working in UO Mode Table 4-2

BBU3900 Working in UO Mode

Table 4-2 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in UO mode.

Table 4-2 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in UO mode

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

WMPT

Mandatory

2

Slot 6 or 7

A

single WMPT

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 7.

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

WBBP

Mandatory

6

Slots 0 to 5

It

is configured

in

slot 3 by

default.

l

If more CPRI ports are required, the WBBP is installed, in descending order of priority, in slot 3 or 2.

l

If no more CPRI ports are required, the WBBP is installed, in descending order of priority, in slot 3, 0, 1, 2, 4, or 5.

If

a WBBPd is

required, it is installed, in descending

order of priority,

in

slot 3 or 2.

If

five or more

WBBPs are required, ensure that two WBBPs are installed in slots 2 and 3. At least one of the two WBBPs is WBBPd.

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

It

is configured

only in slot 16.

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 19.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

UTRP

Optional

4

Slot 0, slot 1, slot 4, and slot 5

It

is installed, in

descending

 

order of priority,

in

slot 4, 5, 0, or

1.

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 1 or 0

The USCU is preferentially configured in slot 1.

The 1 U GPS/ GLONASS receiver is configured in slot 1 (with slots 0 and 1 occupied).

Figure 4-6 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in UO mode.

Figure 4-6 Typical configuration of the BBU3900 in UO mode

Figure 4-6 Typical configuration of the BBU3900 in UO mode BBU3900 Working in LO Mode Table

BBU3900 Working in LO Mode

Table 4-3 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in LO mode.

Table 4-3 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

LMPT

Mandatory

2

Slot 6 or 7

A

single LMPT

is

configured in

slot 7.

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

LBBP

Mandatory

3

Slots 1 to 3

A

single LBBP

is

configured in

slot 3, 1, or 2 in

descending

order of priority.

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

Configured only

in

slot 16

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

is

configured

only in slot 19.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

UTRP

Optional

1

Slot 4 or slot 5

It

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 4.

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 0, 1, 4, or 5

A

single USCU

is

preferentially

configured in slot 5. A USCU

that occupies 1

U

space is

configured in slots 5 and 4.

If

slots 4 and 5

are occupied, a single USCU is configured in slot 1. In this situation, a USCU that occupies 1 U space is configured in slots 1 and 0.

Figure 4-7 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in LO mode.

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Figure 4-7 Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in LO mode

Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in LO mode BBU3900 Working in GU Mode Table 4-4

BBU3900 Working in GU Mode

Table 4-4 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in GU mode.

Table 4-4 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in GU mode

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

WMPT

Mandatory

1

Slot 7

The WMPT can be configured only in slot 7.

GTMU

Mandatory

1

Slots 5 and 6

It is configured only in slot 6 (with slots 5 and 6 occupied).

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

WBBP

Mandatory

5

Slots 0 to 4

It

is configured

in

slot 3 by

default.

l

If more CPRI ports are required, the WBBP is installed, in descending order of priority, in slot 3 or 2.

l

If no more CPRI ports are required, the WBBP is installed, in descending order of priority, in slot 3, 2, 0, 1, or 4.

If

a WBBPd is

required, it is installed, in descending

order of priority,

in

slot 3 or 2.

If

five or more

WBBPs are required, ensure that two WBBPs are installed in slots 2 and 3.

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

Configured only

in

slot 16

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

can be

configured only

in

slot 19.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

UTRP

Optional

2

Slots 0, 1, and 4

It

is installed, in

descending

order of priority,

in

slot 4, 0, or 1.

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 0 or 1

It is

preferentially

configured in

slot 1.

The 1 U GPS/ GLONASS receiver is configured in slot 1 (with slots 0 and 1 occupied).

UBRI

Optional

1

Slot 2

In the

V100R003C01,

the UBRI is configured in slot 2 or 1 in descending order of priority.

Figure 4-8 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GU mode.

Figure 4-8 Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GU mode

Typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GU mode BBU3900 Working in GL Mode Table 4-5

BBU3900 Working in GL Mode

Table 4-5 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in GL mode.

Table 4-5 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in GL mode

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

LMPT

Mandatory

1

Slot 7

It is configured only in slot 7.

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

GTMU

Mandatory

1

Slots 5 and 6

It

is configured

only in slot 6

(with slots 5 and

6

occupied).

LBBP

Mandatory

3

Slots 1 to 3

It

is configured

in

slot 3, 1, or 2

in

descending

order of priority.

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

Configured only

in

slot 16

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

is

configured

only in slot 19.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

UTRP

Optional

2

Slot 0, 1, or 4

It

is installed, in

descending

order of priority,

in

slot 4, 0, or 1.

The slot priority

of

the GO UTRP

is

higher than

that of the LO UTRP

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 0 or 1

The USCU is preferentially configured in slot 1.

The 1 U GPS/ GLONASS receiver is configured in

slot 1 (with slots

0

and 1

occupied).

UBRI

Optional

1

Slot 2

In

the

V100R003C01,

the UBRI is configured in slot 2 or 1 in descending order of priority.

Figure 4-9 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in GL mode.

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Figure 4-9 Typical configuration of the BBU3900 working in GL mode

4-9 Typical configuration of the BBU3900 working in GL mode BBU3900 Working in UL Mode Table

BBU3900 Working in UL Mode

Table 4-6 describes the principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in UL mode.

Table 4-6 Principles for configuring the boards in the BBU3900 working in UL mode

Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

LMPT

Mandatory

1

Slot 6

It

is configured

only in slot 6.

WMPT

Mandatory

1

Slot 7

It

is configured

only in slot 7.

LBBP

Mandatory

5

Slot 0, 1, 2, 4, or

A

single LBBP

5

is

configured

only in slot 2. If more LBBPs are required, the

LBBP is

installed, in

descending

order of priority,

in

slot 2, 0, 1, 4,

or

5.

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Board

Optional or

Maximum

Slot

Remarks

Mandatory

Quantity

WBBP

Mandatory

4

Slot 0, 1, 3, 4, or

A

single WBBP

5

is

configured

only in slot 3. If more LBBPs are

required, the

WBBP is

installed, in

descending

order of priority,

in

slot 3, 0, 1, 4,

or

5.

If

a WBBPd is

required, it is configured only

in

slot 3.

FAN

Mandatory

1

Slot 16

Configured only

in

slot 16

UPEU

Mandatory

2

Slot 18 or 19

A

single UPEU

is

configured

only in slot 19.

UEIU

Optional

1

Slot 18

-

UTRP

Optional

2

Slot 4 or slot 5

It

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 4.

The slot priority

of

the UO UTRP

is

higher than

that of the LO UTRP.

USCU

Optional

1

Slot 4 or slot 5

It

is

preferentially

configured in

slot 4.

Figure 4-10 shows the typical configurations of the BBU3900 working in UL mode.

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Figure 4-10 Typical configuration of the BBU3900 working in UL mode

Typical configuration of the BBU3900 working in UL mode GTMU The GSM Transmission &Timing & Management

GTMU

The GSM Transmission &Timing & Management Unit for BBU (GTMU) is the basic transmission and control function entity of the BBU. It provides the reference clock, maintenance port, and external alarm collection port, monitors the power, control and manage the entire BTS.

Specifications of the GTMU

The GTMU is classified into two types: GTMU and GTMUb. Table 4-7 lists the specifications of the GTMU and GTMUb.

Table 4-7 Specifications of the GTMU

Board

Mode

Transmissi

Port

Port

Full/Half-

on Mode

Capacity

Duplex

GTMU/

GSM

TDM over

1

Four

Full-duplex

GTMUb

E1/T1

channels

Transmissio

1

10