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Contents

Contents
Contents 3 1 1.1 1.2 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 4 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 5 5.1 5.2 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.3 5.3.1 Statutory Information 5 CE Marking 5 FCC Statement 6 Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS 7 Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation 7 Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet installation 11 Overview of planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at an existing Talk-family BTS site 12 Overview of planning an UltraSite EDGE BTS internal configuration 13 Planning 15 Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at a new site 15 Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site 16 Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS with WCDMA Upgrade installation at a new site 16 Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS with WCDMA Upgrade installation at an existing site 17 Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS upgrade to include EDGE capability 18 Checklist for planning of UltraSite EDGE BTS 18 Configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS 21 Overview of configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS 21 Combining options 21 Cabinet configurations 22 Combining bypass options of UltraSite EDGE BTS 23 2-way Wideband Combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS 27 4-way Wideband Combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS 35 6-sector Remote Tune combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS 41 12-sector Remote Tune combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS 44 Dual-band combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS 47 Horizontal sectoring of UltraSite EDGE BTS 49 Configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS cositing with Talk-family BTS RF diversity cable kits 53 Talk 222AFE/UltraSite 222DVxx cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS 53 Talk 444RTC/UltraSite 222DVxx cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS 54 RF diversity cabling for indoor applications 55 RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications 57 Talk 444RTC/UltraSite 444RTC cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS 59 RF diversity cabling for indoor applications 60

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5.3.2 5.4 5.4.1 5.4.2 5.5 5.5.1 5.5.2 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3 6.3.4 6.3.5 6.4 6.4.1 6.4.2 6.5 6.5.1 6.5.2 6.6 6.6.1 6.6.2 6.7 6.7.1 6.7.2 6.8 6.8.1 6.8.2 6.9 6.9.1 6.9.2 6.10 6.10.1 6.11 6.12 7 7.1 7.1.1 7.1.2

RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications 62 Talk 666RTC/UltraSite 222DVxx WBC 2:1 cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS 65 RF diversity cabling for indoor applications 65 RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications 69 Talk 666RTC/UltraSite 666RTC cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS 71 RF diversity cabling for indoor applications 72 RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications 75 Site requirements for UltraSite EDGE BTS 79 Storage conditions for the UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery 79 Transportation conditions for the UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery 80 UltraSite EDGE BTS safety distance requirements (compliance boundaries) 83 Assessment applying SAR measurements 85 Assessment of compliance boundary 86 Typical configuration 89 ANNEX A: Council recommendation 1999/519/EC for occupational and general public electromagnetic exposure limits 93 ANNEX B: Far-field calculation method 95 Operating conditions for UltraSite EDGE BTS 96 Climatic conditions 96 Mechanical conditions 97 Space requirements for Indoor UltraSite EDGE BTS 99 Dimensions and weights of cabinets and units 99 Cabinet clearances 101 Space requirements for Outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS 104 Dimensions and weights of cabinets and units 104 Cabinet clearances 106 Power requirements for AC UltraSite EDGE BTS 110 Mains power 110 Operating ranges and power consumption 111 Power requirements for +24 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS 115 Mains power 115 Operating ranges and power consumption 117 Power requirements for -48 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS 121 Mains power 121 Operating ranges and power consumption 123 Grounding (earthing) requirements for UltraSite EDGE BTS 128 Guidelines for grounding UltraSite EDGE BTS 129 Cabinet base requirements for Indoor UltraSite EDGE BTS 130 Cabinet base requirements for Outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS 131 Glossary 133 Glossary for UltraSite EDGE BTS 133 Abbreviations and acronyms 133 Terms 144 Related Topics 153

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Statutory Information

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1.1

Statutory Information
CE Marking
Standard
0168
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Description
Hereby, Nokia Corporation, declares that this Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive: 1999/5/EC.

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FCC Statement
Standard
FCC Statement

Description
Hereby, Nokia Corporation declares that this Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive: 1999/5/EC. The product is marked with the CE marking and Notified Body number according to the Directive 1999/5/EC. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user s authority to operate the equipment. The term IC: before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.

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Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS


Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation
Before you start

Pay careful attention to all warnings and cautions in this section.

Warning
The equipment generates electromagnetic radiation that can exceed safety levels when an installer is working near the antennas. Observe the minimum distance precautions.

Warning
Do not install Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS or its antennas in areas where there is a potential risk for interference with inadequately shielded medical equipment, such as life support devices, hearing aids, or other electrically or magnetically sensitive devices.

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Warning
Before installing Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS or its antennas, identify the emission of nearby antennas to properly manage ambient emissions.

Warning
Follow national regulations when working with power supply and power cables.

Warning
Empty CRMA and CRMC cabinet cores weigh 79 kg (155 lbs) and 52 kg (115 lb), respectively. Nokia recommends that a lifting device be used when moving a cabinet core.

Caution
To prevent damage to the equipment, transport Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS to the installation site in the original transportation package.

Caution
The typical transportation time to the installation site is 30 days or less. If the total transportation time exceeds 30 days, consider additional storage or packaging precautions.

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Caution
A power plug with a PE connection is not sufficient for Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS. Grounding must have a fixed, non-removable connection.

Caution
To prevent damage to units, grounding must be connected to the cabinet before installing any of the units.

Note
Site requirements for the indoor cabinet can vary depending on the country of installation and the operator.

Note
If space is limited for an outdoor installation, Nokia recommends installing the Outdoor Application Kit (OAKx) to the cabinet core first. Installation personnel can then lift, mount, and anchor the cabinet to the plinth.

Summary

Planning for the installation of UltraSite EDGE BTS, whether at a new or existing site, requires familiarising yourself with all site requirements and technical aspects of the BTS and its units.
Steps

1. 2.

Review the configuration options. Review the technical aspects of the BTS.

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3. 4. 5.

Review the technical aspects of the units. Review the planning checklist. Plan the site.
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Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review

the the the the the the the the the the

required required required required required required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation. space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

6. 7. 8.

Review the required torque settings. Review the compatibility between HW and SW. Review the compatibility between BTS, BSC, NetAct, SiteWizard, and LMU SW. Review the compatibility between new features of BTS SW CX4.1 and other network elements. Review the power requirements. Review the RF properties.
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9.

10. 11.

800 MHz BTS 900 MHz BTS 1800 MHz BTS 1900 MHz BTS

12. 13. 14. 15.

Review the physical properties. Review the acoustic sound parameters. Plan the cabinet installation. Plan the internal configuration.

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Plan for specific installation needs.


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Installation Installation Installation Installation Installation Installation

at a new site at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site at an existing Talk-family site with WCDMA upgrade at a new site with WCDMA upgrade at an existing site of upgrade from GSM to GSM/EDGE

2.2

Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet installation


Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1. 2. 3. 4.

Ensure that site planning is complete. Ensure that required tools and equipment are available. Review preparations requirements.

If mounting an outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet (OAKA/OAKC), Then


Review the Overview of mounting the UltraSite EDGE BTS outdoor cabinet.

5.

If mounting an indoor UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet (IDCA), Then


Review the Overview of mounting UltraSite EDGE BTS indoor cabinet.

6.

If mounting an indoor Midi UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet (IAKC), Then


Review the Overview of mounting Midi UltraSite EDGE BTS indoor cabinet.

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7. 8.

Review procedures for installing UltraSite EDGE BTS core mechanics.

If installing optional kits of outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS, Then


Review the Overview of installing optional kits of UltraSite EDGE BTS outdoor cabinet.

2.3

Overview of planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at an existing Talk-family BTS site
Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1.

Determine the site requirements for the new BTS.


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Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation. space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Determine the internal configuration. Plan installation of BTS at an existing Talk-family site. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning of new BTS. Complete the planning checklist.

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Overview of planning an UltraSite EDGE BTS internal configuration


Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all warnings and cautions.
Steps

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Define BTS configuration. Evaluate system and performance requirements. Review technical aspects of UltraSite EDGE BTS. Review technical aspects of UltraSite EDGE BTS units. Determine requirements for any upgrade.
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GSM to GSM/EDGE EDGE to WCDMA

6. 7.

Review the commissioning procedures. Order units required to meet your system and performance objectives.

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3.1

Planning
Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at a new site
Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1.

Determine the site requirements for the new BTS.


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Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation. space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Determine the internal configuration. Plan installation of BTS at the new site. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning of new BTS. Complete the planning checklist.

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Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site
Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1.

Determine the site requirements for the new BTS.


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Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation. space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Determine the internal configuration. Plan installation of BTS at the existing site. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning of new BTS. Complete the planning checklist.

3.3

Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS with WCDMA Upgrade installation at a new site
Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.

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Steps

1.

Determine the site requirements for the new BTS.


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Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation. space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Determine the internal configuration. Plan installation of BTS with WCDMA upgrade at a new site. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning of new BTS with WCDMA upgrade. Complete the planning checklist.

3.4

Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS with WCDMA Upgrade installation at an existing site
Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1.

Determine the site requirements for the new BTS.


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Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required

storage conditions. transportation conditions. safety distance. operating conditions. space for indoor installation.

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Review Review Review Review Review

required required required required required

space for outdoor installation. grounding (earthing). cabinet base for indoor installation. cabinet base for outdoor installation. tools.

2. 3.

Determine the internal configuration. Plan installation of BTS with WCDMA upgrade at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning of new BTS. Complete the planning checklist.

4. 5. 6.

3.5

Planning for UltraSite EDGE BTS upgrade to include EDGE capability


Before you start

Review the Overview of planning UltraSite EDGE BTS installation. Pay careful attention to all Warnings and Cautions.
Steps

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Evaluate the impact of UltraSite EDGE BTS upgrade. Review upgrade requirements. Plan cabling. Plan for commissioning GSM/EDGE upgrade in BTS. Order GSM/EDGE units required for the upgrade.

3.6

Checklist for planning of UltraSite EDGE BTS

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Table 1. Check

Planning checklist Expected outcome Check mark

Plan the site preparation for installation

Site preparation checklist for UltraSite EDGE BTS installation complete Cabinet installation plan complete Internal configuration plan complete Plan for installation preparation complete Plan for installation at a new site complete Plan for installation at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site complete Plan for installation at an existing Talk-family BTS site complete Plan for WCDMA Upgrade at a new site complete Plan for WCDMA Upgrade at an existing site complete Plan for upgrade to include EDGE capability complete

Plan the cabinet installation

Plan the internal configuration

Plan the installation preparations Plan the installation at a new site Plan the installation at an existing UltraSite EDGE BTS site

Plan the installation at an existing Talk-family BTS site

Plan for WCDMA Upgrade at a new site Plan for WCDMA Upgrade at an existing site Plan for upgrade to include EDGE capability

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4.1

Configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS


Overview of configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS
Note
The cable routing illustrated in the figures is for reference only. The installer determines routing during installation.

4.1.1

Combining options
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS supports various combining options. You can configure Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS in the following ways:
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Combining Bypass - No signal combining is used. Wideband Combining (WBC) 2-Way WBC - Signals from two TSxx units are combined into one antenna using one WCxA unit. 4-Way WBC - Signals from four TSxx units are combined into one antenna using two parallel WCxA units in series and a single WCxA unit.

Remote Tune Combining (RTC)

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Signals from six TSxx units are combined into one antenna with one RTxx unit. Signals from twelve TSxx units are combined into two antennas (a separate antenna for RX diversity is unnecessary). Two RTxx units are needed.

Dual Band Combining (GSM 800/1900 or 900/1800 in the same cabinet) Use any WBC or RTC combining option within each band. DU2x combines RX/TX signals into one antenna (optional).

Horizontal Sectoring (combining signals from different cabinets) Use any WBC or RTC combining option.

4.1.2

Cabinet configurations
To accomplish these combining options, Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS supports various cabinet configurations. Various cabinet combining configurations include, for example:
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1+1+1, DVxx, Combining bypass 2+2+2, DVxx, Combining bypass 2-way WBC, 2-TSxx sector 2-way WBC, 4-TSxx sector 2-way WBC, 6-TSxx sector 2+2+2, DVxx, 2-way WBC 6+6+6, DVxx, 2-way WBC 4-way WBC, 4-TSxx sector 4-way WBC, 8-TSxx sector 4-way WBC, 12-TSxx sector 12+12+12, DVxx, 4-way WBC RTC, 6-TSxx sector 6+6+6, RTC 6 Omni, RTC RTC, 12-TSxx sector

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12+12+12, RTC 6+6+6, 2+2+2, Dual Band Combining without diversity 6+6+6, 2+2+2, Dual Band Combining with diversity 8+8+8, 4+4+4, Dual Band Combining 8+8+8, Horizontal sectoring, WBC 8+8+8, Horizontal sectoring, RTC

4.2

Combining bypass options of UltraSite EDGE BTS

RX1

DRX1 RX DIV RX TX

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2 TX 1 ANT 1

RX 1

RX 1ext

Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)

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TX 2 ANT 2

X1

RX 2

RX 2ext

Figure 1.

RF cabling for 1+1+1 bypass configuration

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Figure 2.

1+1+1, DVxx, Combining bypass

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DRX1 RX DIV RX TX

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2 RX DIV RX TX

RX 1 TX 1 ANT 1
Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)

RX 1ext

X1

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RX 2 TX 2 ANT 2

RX 2ext

Figure 3.

RF cabling for 2+2+2 bypass configuration

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Figure 4.

2+2+2, DVxx, Combining bypass

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2-way Wideband Combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS


With 2-way Wideband Combining (WBC), the WCxA unit combines the transmit (TX) signals from two Transceiver (TSxx) units and feeds the combined signal to the antenna through the TX port of the Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter (DVxx) unit. A sector can have 2-way WBC and 2-way diversity with 2, 4, or 6 TSxx unit sectors.

5 3 6

RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX

TX2

TX OUT

TX1

RX IN

DRX IN

RX 1
RX2 DRX2

RX 1ext

TX 1

RX

DIV RX TX

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg

R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR) X1

RX 2 TX 2

RX 2ext

2 1

ANT 2

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#993747x #993857x (six places) DVxx to RFU backplane #993997x #994081x (two places) Antenna 2: Diversity RX

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Antenna 1: TX/RX

Figure 5.

2+2+2 two-way WBC

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Figure 6.

2+2+2 two-way WBC

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RX1

DRX1 RX DIV RX TX TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX 1 RX2 DRX2 RX DIV RX TX TX 1 ANT 1

RX 1ext

Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)
X1

RX 2 TX 2 RX1 DRX1 RX DIV RX TX RX IN DRX IN ANT 2

RX 2ext

RX2

DRX2

TX1

TX OUT

TX2

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Figure 7.

3+3+3 two-way WBC

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Figure 8.

3+3+3 two-way WBC

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RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX

TX2

TX OUTTX1

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2

RX 1 TX 1
RX DIV RX TX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR) X1 RX 2 TX 2 RX 2ext

RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX

ANT 2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2

RX

DIV RX TX

TX2

TX OUTTX1

1
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1 2 3 4 5 6

#993747x (two places) #993857x (twelve places) DVxx to RFU backplane #993997x #994081x (four places) Antenna 2: TX/RX 2, Diversity RX 1 Antenna 1: TX/RX 1, Diversity RX 2

Figure 9.

4+4+4 two-way WBC

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4+4+4 two-way WBC

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RX1

DRX1
RX DIV RX TX

TX2

TX OUT

TX1

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2
DIV RX TX

RX 1 TX 1
RX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR) X1

RX 2 TX 2
RX1 DRX1
RX DIV RX TX

RX 2ext

ANT 2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2
DIV RX TX

RX

TX2

TX OUT

TX1

RX1

DRX1
RX DIV RX TX

TX2

TX OUT

TX1

RX IN

DRX IN

RX2

DRX2
DIV RX TX

RX 1 TX 1
RX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR) X1

RX 2 TX 2

RX 2ext

2 1

ANT 2

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#993747x (three places) #993857x (twelve places) DVxx to RFU backplane #993997x #994081x (six places)

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Antenna 3: TX/RX 3, Diversity RX 2 Antenna 2: TX/RX 2, Diversity RX 1 Antenna 1: TX/RX 1, Diversity RX 3

Figure 11.

6+6+6 two-way WBC

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Figure 12.

6+6+6 two-way WBC

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4-way Wideband Combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS


With 4-way Wideband Combining (WBC), the TX signals from four TSxx units are combined using three WCxA units in the following manner: 1. 2. 3. The first WCxA unit combines the TX signals from two of the four TSxx units. The second WCxA unit combines the TX signals from the other two TSxx units. The third WCxA unit combines the two combined signals. The third WCxA unit then feeds the combined signal to the antenna through the TX port of the DVxx unit.

A sector can have 4-way WBC and dual variable gain duplex filtering with 4, 8, or 12 TSxx sectors.

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RX1

DRX1 RX DIV RX TX TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX 1 RX2 DRX2 RX DIV RX TX TX 1 ANT 1

RX 1ext

Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)
X1

RX 2 TX 2 RX1 DRX1 RX DIV RX TX RX IN DRX IN ANT 2

RX 2ext

RX2

DRX2 RX DIV RX TX TX1 TX OUT TX2

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Figure 13.

4-way WBC, 4-TSxx sector

1 2 3 4 5 6

#993747x (3 places) #993857x (12 places) DVxx to RFU Backplane #993997x #994081x (4 places) Antenna 2: TX/RX 2, Diversity RX 1 Antenna 1: TX/RX 1, Diversity RX 2

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RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

3
RX2 DRX2

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX3

DRX3

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX4

DRX4

RX 1 TX 1
RX DIV RX TX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)
X1

RX5

DRX5

RX 2 TX 2
RX DIV RX TX

RX 2ext

ANT 2

RX6

DRX6

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

2
RX1 DRX1
RX DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

1
RX2 DRX2
RX DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

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Figure 14.

4-way WBC, 8-TSxx sector

#993747x (six places)

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2 3 4 5 6

DVxx to RFU Backplane #993997x #993856x (four places) #993857x (24 places) Antenna 2: TX/RX 2, Diversity RX 1 Antenna 1: TX/RX 1, Diversity RX 2,

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RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX2

DRX2

3
RX3 DRX3

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX4

DRX4

RX 1 TX 1
RX DIV RX TX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)
X1

RX5

DRX5

RX 2 TX 2
RX DIV RX TX

RX 2ext

ANT 2

RX6

DRX6

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

6
RX2 DRX2

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX3

DRX3

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX IN

DRX IN

RX4

DRX4

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX5

DRX5

RX

DIV RX TX
TX1 TX OUT TX2

RX6

DRX6

RX 1 TX 1
RX DIV RX TX

RX 1ext

ANT 1 Warning! The weight of this unit is over 10kg R (FLT) Y (ALM) G (OPR)
X1

2
TX 2 ANT 2

RX 2

RX 2ext

1
DN03428473

Figure 15.

4-way WBC, 12-TSxx sector

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Figure 16.

12+12+12, DVxx, 4-way WBC

4.5

6-sector Remote Tune combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS

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RX1

DRX1

DRX

RX

DIV RX

TX

TX 1

RX2

DRX2

RX

DIV RX

TX

TX 2 DAnt

RX3

DRX3

TX 3

RX
RX IN DRX IN

DIV RX

TX
P W R I N

WARNING! The weight of this unit is over 10kg

RX4

DRX4

RX

DIV RX

TX

TX 4

R(FLT) Y(ALM) G(OPR) RESET


RX5 DRX5

Ant

RX

DIV RX

TX

TX 5

RX6

DRX6

RX

DIV RX

TX TX

TX 6 RX RXExt

NOTE: Unlabeled cables are #993857x (18 places)


DN03428719

1 2 3 4

DVxx to RFU backplane #993997x #993856x Antenna1: TX/RX Antenna 2: Diversity RX

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Figure 17.

RTC, 6-TSxx sector

DN03428649

Figure 18.

6+6+6, RTC

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DN99619511

Figure 19.

6 Omni, RTC

4.6

12-sector Remote Tune combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS

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DRX1

RX

DIV RX
TX 1

DRX

TX

1
RX2 DRX2

RX

DIV RX
TX 2

TX

DAnt

RX3

DRX3

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 3

WARNING! The weight of this unit is over 10kg


P W R I N

RX IN

DRX IN

RX4

DRX4

RX

DIV RX TX

2
TX 4 R(FLT) Y(ALM) G(OPR) Ant

RESET

RX5

DRX5

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 5

RX6

DRX6

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 6 RX RXExt

RX1

DRX1

RX

DIV RX
TX 1

DRX

TX

4
RX2 DRX2

RX

DIV RX
TX 2

TX

DAnt

RX3

DRX3

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 3

WARNING! The weight of this unit is over 10kg


P W R I N

RX IN

DRX IN

RX4

DRX4

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 4

R(FLT) Y(ALM) G(OPR)

Ant

RESET

RX5

DRX5

RX

DIV RX TX

NOTE: Unlabeled cables are #993857x (36 places)

TX 5

RX6

DRX6

RX

DIV RX TX

TX 6 RX RXExt

5
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1 2

Antenna1: TX/RX 1, DRX 2 Antenna 2: TX/RX 2, DRX 1

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3 4 5

#993856x (two places) Dvxx to RFU Backplane #993997x #993856x (two places)

Figure 20.

RTC, 12-TSxx sector

DN03428676

Figure 21.

12+12+12, RTC

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Dual-band combining of UltraSite EDGE BTS


A Nokia UltraSite EDGE cabinet can use WBC or RTC when GSM 800/1900 or 900/1800 signals are both present. Combining bypass cannot be used.

Six TSxx

Six TSxx

NOTE:
DN03428516

900 Mhz

1800 Mhz

Figure 22.

6+6+6, 2+2+2, Dual Band Combining without diversity

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Two TSxx

Two TSxx

Six TSxx

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Six TSxx

Six TSxx

NOTE:
DN03428504

900 Mhz

1800 Mhz

Figure 23.

6+6+6, 2+2+2, Dual Band Combining with diversity

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Two TSxx

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Configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS

NOTE:
DN03428664

900 Mhz

1800 Mhz

Figure 24.

8+8+8, 4+4+4, Dual Band Combining

4.8

Horizontal sectoring of UltraSite EDGE BTS


Horizontal sectoring is the common configuration where units in multiple cabinets support one antenna.

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NOTE: Special inter-rack cable kit required for Diversity Signals

Eight TSxx

Eight TSxx

Eight TSxx
DN03428434

8 TSxx

Figure 25.

8+8+8, Horizontal sectoring, WBC

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Eight TSxx

Eight TSxx
DN03428497

Special inter-rack cable kit required for Diversity Signals

Figure 26.

8+8+8, Horizontal sectoring, RTC

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5
5.1

Configuration and combining options of UltraSite EDGE BTS co-siting with Talkfamily BTS RF diversity cable kits
Talk 222AFE/UltraSite 222DVxx cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS
Note
The following numbers in parentheses refer to the slots from 1-12, from top to bottom in the cabinet.

Table 2. Talk BTS - Disconnect


AFE #1 DIV RX Ant AFE #2 DIV RX Ant AFE #3 DIV RX Ant

Re-routing antenna connections UltraSite EDGE BTS - Connect


DVxx #1A ANT (#2-3) DVxx #1B ANT (#2-3) DVxx #2A ANT1(#6-7)

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Table 3. Sector
1

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M2xA #1 DRX 1 (#1-2) M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2) TSxx #1 DIV Rx TSxx #2 DIV Rx M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#5-6) M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#5-6) TSxx #3 DIV Rx (#5) TSxx #4 DIV Rx (#6) M2xA #3 DRX 1 (#9-10) M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#9-10) TSxx #5 DIV Rx (#9) TSxx #6 DIV Rx (#10)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TRX #2 Div Receive AFE #1 Main Receive Rx3 AFE #1 Main Receive Rx4

TRX #3 Div Receive TRX #4 Div Receive AFE #2 Main Receive Rx3 AFE #2 Main Receive Rx4

TRX #5 Div Receive TRX #6 Div Receive AFE #3 Main Receive Rx3 AFE #3 Main Receive Rx4

5.2

Talk 444RTC/UltraSite 222DVxx cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS
Note
The following numbers in parentheses refer to the slots from 1-12, from top to bottom in the cabinet.

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Table 4. Talk BTS - Disconnect


RMU #1 DIV Ant TALK Basic RMU #2 DIV Ant TALK Basic RMU #3 DIV Ant TALK Basic

Re-routing antenna connections UltraSite EDGE BTS - Connect


DVxx #1A ANT (#2-3A) DVxx #1B ANT (#2-3B) DVxx #2A ANT (#6-7A)

5.2.1

RF diversity cabling for indoor applications

Table 5. Sector
1

Installing RF diversity kit UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #1 DRX 1 (#1-2)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2)

TSxx #1 DIV Rx TSxx #2 DIV Rx M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#5-6)

TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#5-6)

TSxx #3 DIV Rx (#5) TSxx #4 DIV Rx (#6)

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Table 5. Sector
3

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #3 DRX 1 (#9-10)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#9-10)

TSxx #5 DIV Rx (#9) TSxx #6 DIV Rx (#10)

Table 6. Sector

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) From (Talk) To (UltraSite)


M2xA #1 DRX 1 (#1-2)

From (Talk-family BTS)

TRX #1 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out

Splitter In

TRX #2 Div Rx Basic TRX #7 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2)

TRX #8 Div Rx Extended 2 TRX #3 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#5-6)

TRX #4 Div Rx Basic TRX #9 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#5-6)

TRX #10 Div Rx Extended

Splitter Out

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Table 6. Sector

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections (cont.) To (Talk) From (Talk) To (UltraSite)
M2xA #3 DRX 1 (#9-10)

From (Talk-family BTS)

TRX #5 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out

Splitter In

TRX #6 Div Rx Basic TRX #11 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#9-10)

TRX #12 Div Rx Extended

Splitter Out

5.2.2

RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications

Table 7. Sector
1

Installing RF diversity kit UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #1 DRX 1 (#1-2)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2)

TSxx #1 DIV Rx TSxx #2 DIV Rx M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#5-6)

TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Extended RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Extended

M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#5-6)

TSxx #3 DIV Rx (#5)

TSxx #4 DIV Rx (#6)

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Table 7. Sector
3

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #3 DRX 1 (#9-10)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Extended RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Extended

M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#9-10)

TSxx #5 DIV Rx (#9)

TSxx #6 DIV Rx (#10)

Table 8. Sector

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) From (Talk) To (UltraSite)


M2xA #1 DRX 1 (#1-2)

From (Talk-family BTS)

TRX #3 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out

Splitter In

TRX #4 Div Rx Basic TRX #5 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2)

TRX #6 Div Rx Basic 2 TRX #1 Div RX Basic

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#5-6)

TRX #2 Div Rx Basic TRX #7 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#5-6)

TRX #8 Div Rx Extended

Splitter Out

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Table 8. Sector

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections (cont.) To (Talk) From (Talk) To (UltraSite)
M2xA #3 DRX 1 (#9-10)

From (Talk-family BTS)

TRX #9 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out

Splitter In

TRX #10 Div Rx Extended TRX #11 Div RX Extended

Splitter Out Splitter Out Splitter In M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#9-10)

TRX #12 Div Rx Extended

Splitter Out

5.3

Talk 444RTC/UltraSite 444RTC cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS
Table 9. Re-routing antenna connections
RTC #1 ANT RTC #2 ANT RTC #3 ANT

RMU #1 DIV Ant RMU #2 DIV Ant RMU #3 DIV Ant

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RF diversity cabling for indoor applications

Table 10. Sector


1

Installing RF diversity kit UltraSite BTS


M6xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 4 Ultra #1 TRX #1 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #2 DIV Rx Ultra #1

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic

RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

TRX #3 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #4 DIV Rx Ultra #1

TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic

M6xA #2 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 4 Ultra #1 TRX #5 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #6 DIV Rx Ultra #1

RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

TRX #7 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #8 DIV Rx Ultra #1

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Table 10. Sector


3

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite BTS


M6xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 2 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 3 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 4 Ultra #2 TRX #9 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #10 DIV Rx Ultra #2

Talk-family BTS
TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic

RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

TRX #11 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #12 DIV Rx Ultra #2

Note
With UltraSite EDGE BTS Midi, the UltraSite BTS cabinet numbering differs. For example, Ultra #1 vs. Ultra #2.

Table 11. Sector From (Talkfamily BTS)


RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (UltraSite) From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

Splitter Out

TRX #1 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #2 Div Rx TRX #3 Div Rx

Splitter Out

TRX #4 Div Rx

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Table 11. Sector From (Talkfamily BTS)


RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections (cont.) To (UltraSite) From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

Splitter Out

TRX #5 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #6 Div Rx TRX #7 Div Rx

Splitter Out 3 RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #8 Div Rx TRX #9 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #10 Div Rx TRX #11 Div Rx

Splitter Out

TRX #12 Div Rx

5.3.2

RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications

Table 12. Sector


1

Installing RF diversity kit UltraSite BTS


M6xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 4 Ultra #1 TRX #1 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #2 DIV Rx Ultra #1

Talk-family BTS
TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Basic

RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Basic

TRX #3 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #4 DIV Rx Ultra #1

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Table 12. Sector


2

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite BTS


M6xA #2 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 4 Ultra #1 TRX #5 DIV Rx Ultra #1

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Extended

TRX #6 DIV Rx Ultra #1 RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Extended TRX #7 DIV Rx Ultra #1

TRX #8 DIV Rx Ultra #1 3 TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 TALK Extended M6xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 2 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 3 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 4 Ultra #2 TRX #9 DIV Rx Ultra #2

TRX #10 DIV Rx Ultra #2 RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 TALK Extended TRX #11 DIV Rx Ultra #2

TRX #12 DIV Rx Ultra #2

Note
With UltraSite EDGE BTS Midi, the UltraSite BTS cabinet numbering differs. For example, Ultra #1 vs. Ultra #2.

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Table 13. Sector From (Talkfamily BTS)


RMU #1 Main Receive Rx5

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (UltraSite) From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

Splitter Out

TRX #1 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #1 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #2 Div Rx TRX #3 Div Rx

Splitter Out 2 RMU #2 Main Receive Rx5 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #4 Div Rx TRX #5 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #2 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #6 Div Rx TRX #7 Div Rx

Splitter Out 3 RMU #3 Main Receive Rx5 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #8 Div Rx TRX #9 Div Rx

Splitter Out RMU #3 Main Receive Rx6 Splitter In Splitter Out

TRX #10 Div Rx TRX #11 Div Rx

Splitter Out

TRX #12 Div Rx

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Talk 666RTC/UltraSite 222DVxx WBC 2:1 cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS
Note
The following numbers in parentheses refer to the slots from 1-12, from top to bottom in the cabinet.

Table 14.

Re-routing antenna connections UltraSite BTS - Connect


DVxx #1A ANT (#2-3A) DVxx #1B ANT (#2-3A) DVxx #2A ANT1 (#6-7A)

Talk BTS - Disconnect


RMU #1 DIV Ant TALK RMU #2 DIV Ant TALK RMU #3 DIV Ant TALK

5.4.1

RF diversity cabling for indoor applications

Table 15. Sector


1

Installing RF diversity kit UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#1-2) M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2) M2xA #2 RX 1 (#3-4) M2xA #2 RX 2 (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#3-4) TSxx #1 DIV Rx TSxx #2 DIV Rx

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1

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Table 15. Sector


2

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite EDGE BTS


M2xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#5-6) M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#5-6) M2xA #4 RX 1 (#7-8) M2xA #4 RX 2 (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX 1 (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX 2 (#7-8) TSxx #3 DIV Rx (#5) TRX #4 DIV Rx (#6) M2xA #5 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#9-10) M2xA #5 DRX 2 (#9-10) M2xA #6 RX 1 (#11-12) M2xA #6 RX 2 (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX 1 (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX 2 (#11-12) TSxx #5 DIV Rx (#9) TSxx #6 DIV Rx (#10)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1

TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #2

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Table 16. Sector From (Talkfamily BTS)


DVxx #1 Rx1

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (UltraSite) Cable P/N From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #1 RX IN (#1-2) M2xA #1 DRX IN (#1-2) M2xA #2 RX IN (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX IN (#3-4)

994131xx

DVxx #1 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

DVxx #2 Rx1

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #3 RX IN (#5-6) M2xA #3 DRX IN (#5-6) M2xA #4 RX IN (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX IN (#7-8)

994131xx

DVxx #2 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

DVxx #3 Rx1

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #5 RX IN (#9-10) M2xA #5 DRX IN (#9-10) M2xA #6 RX IN (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX IN (#11-12)

994131xx

DVxx #3 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

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Table 17. Sector Cable P/N


1 993546A Talk Basic #1

Routing RSKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) Cable P/N From (Talk) To (Talk)

From (Talk)

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A

Splitter Out

RMU #1 ANT

993547A

RMU #1 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #2 ANT

2 993546A Talk Basic #1

RTC #2 RX out

Splitter In

993564A

993547A

RMU #2 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #1 ANT

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

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RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications

Table 18. Sector


1

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M2xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#1-2) M2xA #1 DRX 2 (#1-2) M2xA #2 RX 1 (#3-4) M2xA #2 RX 2 (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX 1 (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX 2 (#3-4) TSxx #1 DIV Rx TSxx #2 DIV Rx M2xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#5-6) M2xA #3 DRX 2 (#5-6) M2xA #4 RX 1 (#7-8) M2xA #4 RX 2 (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX 1 (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX 2 (#7-8) TSxx #3 DIV Rx (#5) TSxx #4 DIV Rx (#6)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1

TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx1 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx2 Extended

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M2xA #5 DRX 1 Ultra #1 (#9-10) M2xA #5 DRX 2 (#9-10) M2xA #6 RX 1 (#11-12) M2xA #6 RX 2 (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX 1 (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX 2 (#11-12) TSxx #5 DIV Rx (#9) TSxx #6 DIV Rx (#10)

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #2

Table 19. Sector From (Talkfamily BTS)


DVxx #1 Rx1

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections To (UltraSite) Cable P/N From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #1 RX IN (#1-2) M2xA #1 DRX IN (#1-2) M2xA #2 RX IN (#3-4) M2xA #2 DRX IN (#3-4)

994131xx

DVxx #1 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

DVxx #2 Rx1

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #3 RX IN (#5-6) M2xA #3 DRX IN (#5-6) M2xA #4 RX IN (#7-8) M2xA #4 DRX IN (#7-8)

994131xx

DVxx #2 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

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DVxx #3 Rx1

Routing SPKA splitter cable connections (cont.) To (UltraSite) Cable P/N From To (UltraSite)

Splitter In

994131xx

Splitter Out

M2xA #5 RX IN (#9-10) M2xA #5 DRX IN (#9-10) M2xA #6 RX IN (#11-12) M2xA #6 DRX IN (#11-12)

994131xx

DVxx #3 Rx1 Ext

Splitter In

994131xx

994131xx

Table 20. Sector Cable P/N


1 993546A Talk Basic #1

Routing RSKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) Cable P/N From (Talk) To (Talk)

From (Talk)

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A

Splitter Out

RMU #1 ANT

993547A

RMU #1 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #2 ANT

2 993546A Talk Basic #1

RTC #2 RX out

Splitter In

993564A

993547A

RMU #2 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #1 ANT

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A or 993564A

993546A Talk Basic #2 993547A RMU #1 DIV ANT

5.5

Talk 666RTC/UltraSite 666RTC cable connections of UltraSite EDGE BTS Co-site with Talk-family BTS

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Table 21.

Re-routing antenna connections UltraSite BTS - Connect


RTC #1 ANT RTC #2 ANT RTC #3 ANT

Talk BTS - Disconnect


RMU #1 DIV Ant RMU #2 DIV Ant RMU #3 DIV Ant

5.5.1

RF diversity cabling for indoor applications

Table 22. Sector


1

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M6xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 4 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 5 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 6 Ultra #1 TRX #1 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #2 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #3 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #4 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #5 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #6 DIV Rx Ultra #1

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx3 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx4 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx5 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx6 Basic #1

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2

Installing RF diversity kit (cont.) UltraSite EDGE BTS


M6xA #2 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 4 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 5 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 6 Ultra #1 TRX #7 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #8 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #9 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #10 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #11 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #12 DIV Rx Ultra #1 M6xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 2 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 3 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 4 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 4 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 6 Ultra #2 TRX #13 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #14 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #15 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #16 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #17 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #18 DIV Rx Ultra #2

Talk-family BTS
TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx3 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx4 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx5 Basic #1 RMU #2 Div Receive Rx6 Basic #1

TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx3 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx4 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx5 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx6 Basic #2

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Table 23. Sector Cable P/N


1 993546A Talk Basic #1

Routing RSKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) Cable P/N From (Talk) To (Talk)

From (Talk)

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A

Splitter Out

RMU #1 ANT

993547A

RMU #1 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #2 ANT

2 993546A Talk Basic #1

RTC #2 RX out

Splitter In

993564A

993547A

RMU #2 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #1 ANT

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A or 993564A

993546A Talk Basic #2 993547A RMU #1 DIV ANT

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RF diversity cabling for outdoor applications

Table 24. Sector


1

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M6xA #1 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 4 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 5 Ultra #1 M6xA #1 DRX 6 Ultra #1 TRX #1 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #2 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #3 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #4 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #5 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #6 DIV Rx Ultra #1

Talk-family BTS
TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx3 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx4 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx5 Basic #1 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx6 Basic #1

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2

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M6xA #2 DRX 1 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 2 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 3 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 4 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 5 Ultra #1 M6xA #2 DRX 6 Ultra #1 TRX #7 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #8 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #9 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #10 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #11 DIV Rx Ultra #1 TRX #12 DIV Rx Ultra #1 M6xA #3 DRX 1 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 2 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 3 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 4 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 5 Ultra #2 M6xA #3 DRX 6 Ultra #2 TRX #13 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #14 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #15 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #16 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #17 DIV Rx Ultra #2 TRX #18 DIV Rx Ultra #2

Talk-family BTS
TRX #7 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #8 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #9 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #10 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #11 Div Receive TALK Extended TRX #12 Div Receive TALK Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx1 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx2 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx3 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx4 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx5 Extended RMU #2 Div Receive Rx6 Extended

TRX #1 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #2 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #3 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #4 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #5 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 TRX #6 Div Receive TALK Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx1 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx2 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx3 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx4 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx5 Basic #2 RMU #1 Div Receive Rx6 Basic #2

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Table 25. Sector Cable P/N


1

Routing RSKA splitter cable connections To (Talk) Cable P/N From (Talk) To (Talk)

From (Talk)

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A

Splitter Out

RMU #1 ANT

993546A Talk Basic #1 993547A RMU #1 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #2 ANT

RTC #2 RX out

Splitter In

993564A

993546A Talk Basic #1 993547A RMU #2 DIV ANT Splitter Out RMU #1 ANT

RTC #1 RX out

Splitter In

993563A or 993564A

993546A Talk Basic #2 993547A RMU #1 DIV ANT

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6.1

Site requirements for UltraSite EDGE BTS


Storage conditions for the UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery
Before you accept the delivery of the UltraSite EDGE BTS, you must ensure acceptable climatic and mechanical conditions for its storage until installation. The UltraSite EDGE BTS is not operational under these conditions.

Table 26. Condition

Climatic conditions Parameter


-45 C to +45 C (-49 F to +113 F)

Temperature range

Relative humidity Absolute humidity Rain intensity

8% to 100% 0.03 to 30 g/m3 15 mm/min. maximum (0.59 in./min. maximum)

Change rate of temperature

0.5 C/min. maximum (32.9 F/min. maximum)

Air pressure Solar radiation Movement of surrounding air

70 to 106 kPa 1120 W/m2 maximum 50 m/s (2.24 miles/hour)

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Table 26. Condition

Climatic conditions (cont.) Parameter


5 C (41 F) minimum

Low rain temperature

Water from sources other than rain Icing and frosting

Splashing water Yes

Table 27. Condition

Mechanical conditions Parameter


10 mm (0.39 in.) 100 m/s2

Stationary vibration, sinusoidal (peak value of displacement amplitude) at frequency range 9 to 200 Hz Non-stationary vibration, including shock: peak value of acceleration Static load

5 kPa

6.2

Transportation conditions for the UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery


Before transporting the UltraSite EDGE BTS, you must ensure acceptable climatic and mechanical conditions while loading and unloading. The BTS is not operational under these conditions.

Caution
To prevent damage to the equipment, transport UltraSite EDGE BTS to the installation site in the original transportation package.

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Caution
The typical transportation time to the installation site is 30 days or less. If the total transportation time exceeds 30 days, consider additional storage or packaging precautions.

Table 28. Condition


Temperature range

Climatic conditions Parameter


-40 C to +70 C (-40 F to +158 F)

Change of temperature:
.

air/air

-40 C to +30 C (-40 F to +86 F)

air/water

+40 C to +5 C (+104 F to +41 F)

Relative humidity, not combined with rapid temperature changes

95% at: +45 C (+113 F)

Relative humidity, combined with rapid temperature changes; air/air at high relative humidity

95% at: -45 C to +30 C (-49 F to +86 F)

Absolute humidity, combined with rapid temperature changes: air/air at high water content

60 g/m3 at: +70 C to +15 C (+158 F to +59 F)

Low air pressure Change in air pressure Movement of surrounding air Rain intensity Solar radiation

70 kPa minimum Not applicable 20 m/s maximum 6 mm/min. maximum 1120 W/m2 maximum

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Table 28. Condition


Heat radiation

Climatic conditions (cont.) Parameter


600 W/m2 maximum 1 m/s maximum

Conditions of water from sources other than rain Conditions of wetness

Wet surfaces

Table 29. Conditions

Mechanical conditions Parameter

Stationary vibration, sinusoidal (peak value of displacement amplitude) at the following frequency range:
.

2 to 9 Hz 9 to 200 Hz 200 to 500 Hz

3.5 mm 10 m/s2 15 m/s2

Stationary vibration, random: acceleration spectral density at the following frequency range:
.

10 to 200 Hz 200 to 2000 Hz

1 m2/s3 0.3 m2/s3

Peak acceleration for non-stationary vibration, including shock:


.

Duration 11 ms Duration 6 ms

100 m/s2 300 m/s2

Free fall:
.

Mass < 20 kg Mass 20 to 100 kg Mass > 100 kg

1.2 m 1.0 m 0.25 m

Toppling:

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Table 29. Conditions


.

Mechanical conditions (cont.) Parameter


Around any edges Around any edges Not allowed

Mass < 20 kg Mass 20 to 100 kg Mass > 100 kg

Rolling, Pitching:
.

Angle Period

35 8s 20 m/s2 10 kPa

Steady state acceleration Static load

6.3

UltraSite EDGE BTS safety distance requirements (compliance boundaries)


Base Station equipment generates Radio Frequency (RF) energy, which has a thermal effect when absorbed by the human body. For this reason, compliance boundaries specific to this equipment have been established. The thermal effects of radio frequency energy can exceed safety levels, when a person is inside the established compliance boundaries. Observing the compliance boundary, and eliminating access to areas inside the established boundaries, ensures that the general public has no exposure to levels in excess of the safety limits. Installation engineers must be aware of the potential risk of the thermal effects of radio frequency energy and how to protect themselves against undue risk.

Warning
The equipment generates electromagnetic radiation that can exceed safety levels when an installer is working near the antennas. Observe the minimum distance precautions. To calculate minimum safe distance refer to the formula presented in ANNEX B: Far-field calculation method.

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Warning
Do not install Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS or its antennas in areas where there is a potential risk for interference with inadequately shielded medical equipment, such as life support devices, hearing aids, or other electrically or magnetically sensitive devices.

Warning
Before installing Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS or its antennas, identify the emission of nearby antennas to properly manage ambient emissions.

Warning
Observe the six-hour maximum time limit for safety when working with antennas.

Warning
Do not go any closer to a live antenna than the compliance boundary. The radio frequency energy generated by the antenna poses a serious health risk.

Warning
If performing installation or maintenance procedures on the BTS, ensure that all transmitters in the area are switched off.

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Warning
The BTS safety distance calculation in our example is for reference only. Ensure the measurements for the actual site are used during installation or maintenance.

When assessing the applicable compliance boundaries, European standards EN 50383, EN 50384, EN 50385 and Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC for occupational and general public electromagnetic exposure limits, apply ANNEX A: Council recommendation 1999/519/EC for occupational and general public electromagnetic exposure limits.

6.3.1

Assessment applying SAR measurements


European standards EN 50383, EN 50384, and EN 50385 do not include specifications for whole body SAR measurements. Whole body SAR measurements are not required for transmitters that have maximum output power levels too low to result in exposure levels that can reach the whole body SAR compliance limits under any conditions. Whole body SAR exclusion power levels have been based on worst-case assumptions.

Table 30.

Whole body SAR exclusion power levels Maximum output power (rms)
Max power [W] = general public whole body SAR limit 0.08 [W/kg] * 4-year old child mass 12.5 [kg] (27.56 lb) = 1 W Max power [W] = occupational whole body SAR limit 0.4 [W/kg] * 16-year old worker 42 [kg] (92.59 lb) = 16.8 W

Exposure category
General public

Occupational

Localised SAR measurement can be used only when: 1. 2. 3. The separation between the phantom and the outer surface of the energy generating element is 40 cm (15.74 in.) or less. The surface area of the energy-generating element is less than 60 cm (23.62 in.) by 30 cm (11.81 in.). The frequency is in the range of 800 to 3000 MHz.

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For the reasons above, SAR measurements are not applicable to Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station.

6.3.2

Assessment of compliance boundary


The compliance boundary is defined as the area around the antenna. The centre of the antenna is located at the origo. Distances from the antenna are shown in the Area around the antenna figure. The top and side views are shown in the Antenna side and top view figure.
Dside

back

Dup

Dside
front

Ddown
Drear

0 0
Dfront

Dside

front

DN03400968

Figure 27.

Area around the antenna

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Dside Dside
back front

2
Dup

Dfront

triangle

Dfront
Drear

Drear

triangle Dfront

Dside

back

Dside

Ddown

front

DN03400995

Figure 28.

Antenna side and top view

The compliance boundaries for the Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station are given in the Dimensions of compliance boundary in metres table, for different power levels at the antenna input. Typical and worst-case power level configurations for general public (GP) and occupational (O) exposure limits are included.

Table 31. Dfront

Dimensions of compliance boundary in metres Dfront


triangle

Drear

Dsideback

Dsidefront

Dup

Ddown

Freq. (MHz)

Power at antenna input (W) 16

GP

GP

GP

GP

GP

GP

GP

900

4.5

0.4

2.4

0.2

0.05

0.4

0.2

1.15

0.2

0.9

0.65 0.9

0.9

0.65

900

95

10.7

4.9

3.5

2.2

0.4

0.25

0.7

0.3

3.1

1.3

1.3

1.3

0.9

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Table 31. Dfront

Dimensions of compliance boundary in metres (cont.) Dfront


triangle

Drear

Dsideback

Dsidefront

Dup

Ddown

1800

16

2.95

1.15

0.14

0.2

0.1

0.95

0.15 1.05 0.35

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

1800

95

7.05

3.3

0.45

0.35

0.7

0.3

2.25

0.65 0.95

0.5

0.65

0.5

90018001

32

6.25

2.25

2.4

0.3

0.05

0.5

0.35 0.3

1.75

0.8

0.95

0.8

90018001

190

14.9

6.95

3.5

1.9

0.45

0.35

0.7

4.4

1.95

1.55

0.95 0.65 0.9

1.55

0.95

900180021001

20

4.95

0.55

2.4

0.3

0.05

0.5

0.25 0.3

1.3

0.25

0.9

0.9

0.65

900180021001

100

10.9

5.05

3.5

2.2

0.4

0.25

0.7

3.15

1.35

1.3

1.3

0.9

For dual and triple mode operation, a conservative approach has been chosen and lower frequency limit-lower limit has been used.

Note
The component specifications for 900 MHz and 1800 MHz also apply to 800 MHz and 1900 MHz products and can be used to demonstrate compliance with FCC guidelines for human exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields contained in FCC document OET Bulletin 65 (August 1997).

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Typical configuration
The antenna is connected through a connector and cable(s) to the BTS as shown in the Antenna connection to the BTS figure.

Antenna

Antenna connector Cable

To the base station


DN03401004

Figure 29.

Antenna connection to the BTS

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Table 32.

Detailed description of components - Nokia UltraSite GSM/EDGE 900 Typical Case Full band, 2 way Wideband combining
16.6 W (42.2 dBm) 0.0 dB 2.0 dB 2.0 dB

Nokia UltraSite GSM/ EDGE 900

Worst Case Full band, 6 carriers

Power (Pout) Total connector loss Total cable loss Total Loss (L) = Total connector loss + Total cable loss Number of transmitter units (N) Power at antenna input = PoutN10-L/10

34.5 W (45.4 dBm) 0.0 dB 0.0 dB 0.0 dB

20.1 W (43.2 dBm)

207 W (53.1 dBm)

Table 33.

Detailed description of components - Nokia UltraSite GSM/EDGE 1800 Typical Case Full band, 2 way Wideband combining
15.8 W (42.0 dBm) 0.0 dB 2.0 dB 2.0 dB

Nokia UltraSite GSM/ EDGE 1800

Worst Case Full band, 6 carriers

Power (Pout) Total connector loss Total cable loss Total Loss (L) = Total connector loss + Total cable loss Number of transmitter units (N) Power at antenna input = PoutN10-L/10

30.9 W (44.9 dBm) 0.0 dB 0.0 dB 0.0 dB

20 W (43.0 dBm)

185.4 W (52.7 dBm)

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Table 34.

Detailed description of components - Nokia UltraSite GSM/EDGE Dual Band 900/1800 Typical Case Full band, 2 way Wideband combining
15.7 W / 15.0 W (41.95 dBm / 41.75 dBm) 0.0 dB 2.0 dB/band 2.0 dB/band

Nokia UltraSite GSM/ EDGE Dual Band 900/ 1800


Power 900/1800 (Pout)

Worst Case Full band, 6 carriers

33.7 W / 30.2 W (45.3 dBm / 44.8 dBm) 0.0 dB 0.0 dB 0.0 dB

Total connector loss Total cable loss Total Loss (L) = Total connector loss + Total cable loss Number of transmitter units (N) Power at antenna input = PoutN10-L/10

2/band (4 total)

6/band (12 total)

38.7 W (45.9 dBm)

383 W (55.8 dBm)

Note
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Table 35.

Detailed description of components - Nokia UltraSite GSM/EDGE WCDMA Typical Case Full band, 2 way Wideband combining
15 W / 5 W (41.75 dBm / 37.0 dBm) 0.0 dB 2.0 dB/band 2.0 dB

Nokia UltraSite GSM/ EDGE WCDMA

Worst Case Full band, 6 carriers

Power 1800/WCDMA (Pout) Total connector loss Total cable loss Total Loss (L) = Total connector loss + Total cable loss Number of transmitter units (N)

30.2 W / 4.9 W (44.8 dBm / 36.9 dBm) 0.0 dB 0.0 dB 0.0 dB

2 (GSM/EDGE), 1 (WCDMA) 219.0 W (43.4 dBm)

6 (GSM/EDGE), 1 (WCDMA) 186.1 W (52.7 dBm)

Power at antenna input = PoutN10-L/10

WCDMA power equals 5 W minus Duplexer loss.

Table 36.

Typical antenna configuration 900 MHz 1800-2100 MHz 900-1800-2100 MHz


18 dBi H-plane: 60 deg. E-plane: 8 deg. 0 deg 2300 / 400 / 200 mm 98.4 / 10.6 / 5.5 in.

Gain Half-power beam width

18 dBi H-plane: 60 deg. E-plane: 8 deg.

17.2 dBi H-plane: 68 deg. E-plane: 10 deg. 0 deg 1000 / 200 / 100 mm 51 / 6.3 / 2.8 in.

Electrical downtilt Height/width/depth

0 deg 2300 / 500 / 200 mm 102 / 10.2 / 4.7in.

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When using different configurations

In the Dimensions of compliance boundary in metres table, the compliance boundaries are given for different power levels, including the typical and worstcase levels. If an exposure limit, antenna and/or configuration is used that does not correspond to the levels or frequencies given in the Dimensions of compliance boundary in metres table, the compliance boundary must be recalculated according to EN 50383. The formula for calculating the compliance boundary using the far-field model, which is referenced in EN 50383, is given in ANNEX B: Far-field calculation method.

6.3.4

ANNEX A: Council recommendation 1999/519/EC for occupational and general public electromagnetic exposure limits

Table 37.

Basic restrictions Frequency range Whole body average SAR (W kg1

Exposure characteristics

Localised SAR (head and trunk) W kg-1


10

Localised SAR (limbs) W kg-1

Occupational exposure General public exposure

10 MHz - 10 GHz 10 MHz - 10 GHz

0.4

20

0.08

Note
All SAR values are to be averaged over any period of 6 minutes.

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Localised SAR averaging mass is any 10g (0.02 lb) of contiguous tissue. The maximum SAR obtained should be the value that is used for the estimation of exposure.

Note
Basic restrictions between 10 GHz and 300 GHz are given in power densities. For occupational exposure, it is 50 Wm-2 and for general public exposure, it is 10 Wm-2.

Table 38.

Reference values calculated from basic restrictions Frequency range Electric field strength V/m Equivalent plane wave power density S (W m-2)
10 f/40 50 2 f/200 10

Exposure characteristics

Occupational exposure

10 - 400 MHz 400 - 2000 MHz 2 - 300 GHz

61 3f1/2 137 28 1.375f1/2 61

General public exposure

10 - 400 MHz 400 - 2000 MHz 2 - 300 GHz

f = frequency in MHz

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For frequencies between 100 KHz and 10 GHz, S is to be averaged over any period of 6 minutes.

Note
For frequencies exceeding 10 GHz, S is to be averaged over any period of 68/f1.05 minutes (f in GHz).

6.3.5

ANNEX B: Far-field calculation method


This model is applicable for calculating the compliance boundary for the far-field region and over-estimates the compliance boundary for the radiating near-field region. It is not applicable for calculating the compliance boundary for the reactive near-field region where the distance from the antenna is less than or equal to /4, which is 3.75 cm at 2000 MHz. Therefore, all the calculations are valid when the compliance boundary is greater than or equal to the antenna dimensions plus /4. The compliance boundary in metres from an antenna, or rmin, is calculated according to the Formula for safety distances.
(G-L) 10

r min =

N10 Pout 4 S
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Figure 30.

Formula for safety distances

The meaning of each formula component is as follows:

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N is the number of transmitters per one antenna G is the antenna gain (dBi) L is the minimum cable losses (dB) Pout is the maximum power of one transmitter unit (W) S is the power density limit (W/m2)

Note
In the far-field, the field calculation does not take into account the antenna size, which is assumed to be a point source. Therefore, when calculating the compliance boundary, the far-field data, antenna size, and reactive field criteria must be taken into account.

6.4

Operating conditions for UltraSite EDGE BTS


This section describes the climatic and mechanical conditions acceptable for operation of Indoor/Outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS. The BTS is not for portable use. However, short periods of handling during installation, down time, and maintenance are acceptable. For detailed information on UltraSite EDGE BTS, see Technical overview of UltraSite EDGE BTS.

6.4.1

Climatic conditions

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Table 39. Condition


Temperature range without heater

Climatic conditions for operation Outdoor


-10 C to +50 C with ODFA or OEFA installed (14 F to +122 F) -33 C to +50 C (-27.4 F to +122 F)

Indoor
-5 C to +50 C

(+23 F to +122 F) Temperature range with heater Change rate of temperature Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Movement of surrounding air Not applicable

0.5 C/min. (32.9 F) maximum 5% to 95% 1 g/m3 to 29 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa 5 m/s (9.72 miles/hour) maximum 700 W/m2 maximum Not applicable

0.5 C/min. (32.9 F) maximum 15% to 100% 0.26 g/m3 to 36 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa 50 m/s (97.2 miles/hour) maximum

Solar radiation Rain intensity

1120 W/m2 maximum 6 mm/min. (0.24 in./min.) maximum

Low rain temperature

Not applicable

5 C minimum (41 F minimum)

Water from sources other than rain Wind driven rain, snow, or hail Icing and frosting Condensation

Not applicable

Splashing water

Not applicable

Yes

Not applicable Yes

Yes Yes

6.4.2

Mechanical conditions

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Table 40. Condition

Maximum mechanical conditions for operation Indoor Outdoor

Stationary vibration, sinusoidal (peak value of displacement amplitude) at frequency range:


.

2 to 9 Hz 9 to 200 Hz 200 to 500 Hz

3.5 m/s2 10 m/s2 15 m/s2

Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

Peak acceleration for non-stationary vibration, including shock:


.

Duration 22 ms Duration 6 ms

40 m/s2 Not Applicable

Not Applicable 250 m/s2

Peak values of base acceleration in earthquake conditions at the following frequencies:


.

0.3 Hz 0.6 Hz 5.0 Hz 15.0 Hz 50.0 Hz

2 m/s2 20 m/s2 20 m/s2 6 m/s2 6 m/s2

2 m/s2 20 m/s2 20 m/s2 6 m/s2 6 m/s2

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6.5.1

Space requirements for Indoor UltraSite EDGE BTS


Dimensions and weights of cabinets and units
Dimensions and weights of UltraSite EDGE BTS indoor cabinets

Warning
Empty CRMA and CRMC cabinet cores weigh 79 kg (155 lb) and 52 kg (115 lb), respectively. Nokia recommends that you use a lifting device when moving a cabinet core.

Table 41. Parameter

Dimensions and weights of indoor cabinets Indoor (IDCA) Midi Indoor (CRMC with IAKC)
1180 mm 46.5 in. 620 mm1 24.4 in. 600 mm 23.6 in. 62.4 kg 137.5 lb

Height

1800 mm 70.9 in.

Depth

620 mm1 24.4 in.

Width

600 mm 23.6 in.

Maximum cabinet weight (without units)

84 kg 185 lb

Includes 52 mm (2 in.) air space required at rear of cabinet.

Weights of UltraSite EDGE BTS units

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Table 42. Unit

Weights of units Value (metric)


1.6 kg

Value (imperial)
3.6 lb

Base Operations and Interfaces (BOIx) Dual Band Diplex Filter Unit (DU2A) Transceiver Baseband Unit (BB2x) Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter (DVxx) Masthead Amplifier (MNxx) Bias Tee (BPxx) Receiver Multicoupler:
.

2.0 kg

4.42 lb

1.2 kg

2.7 lb

13 kg

28.7 lb

8.5 kg (900 MHz) 5.6 kg (1800/1900 MHz) 0.4 kg

18.7 lb 12.4 lb 0.88 lb

M2xA (2-way) M6xA (6-way)

0.7 kg 2.0 kg

1.5 lb 4.4 lb

Power Supply:
.

PWSA PWSB PWSC

11 kg 7 kg 11 kg 20 kg

24 lb 15.4 lb 24 lb 44.09 lb

Remote Tune Combiner (RTxx) Temperature Control System (TCS):


.

Unit Cooling Fans Heater Unit (HETA) Cabinet Cooling Fan

0.36 kg 3.0 kg 2.6 kg 5.5 kg 1.4 kg

0.8 lb 6.6 lb 5.8 lb 12.1 lb 3.0 lb

Transceiver (TSxx) FC E1/T1

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Weights of units (cont.) Value (metric)


1.4 kg 1.4 kg 3.5 kg

Value (imperial)
3.0 lb 3.0 lb 7.7 lb

FXC E1 and FXC E1/T1 FXC RRI Wideband Combiner (WCxx)

6.5.2

Cabinet clearances Caution


Do not block air intake to the back of the indoor cabinet. The recommended back clearance of 52 mm (2.0 in.) ensures proper air intake for the Unit Cooling fans of the cabinet core.

Note
There can be additional clearance requirements for co-siting with other Nokia BTS families.

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Indoor cabinet

Front view 500 (19.7)

Note 4

Note 3 300 (1 1.8)

NOTES: 1. Minimum clearance at side of cabinet 2. Recommended front clearance 3. Minimum clearance for antenna and interface cabling 4. Minimum clearance when using BiasTee or DU2A (Units mounted on top of antenna box) 5. Dimensions: mm (in.) Plan view 600 (23.6) Facility wall

Minimum 52 (2.0)

100 (4.0) Note 1

570 (22.4)

620 (24.4)

1800 (70.1)

Cabinet Front

Door swing radius 600 (23.6) 900 (35.4) Note 2

DN03426724

Figure 31.

Clearance recommendations for indoor cabinet installation

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NOTES: 1. Minimum clearance at side of cabinet 2. Recommended front clearance 3. Minimum clearance for antenna and interface cabling 4. Minimum clearance when using Bias Tee or DU2A (Units mounted on top of antenna box) 5. Dimensions: mm (in.) Front view Note 4 500 (19.7) Note 3 300 (11.8) Plan view 600 (23.6) Facility wall Minimum 52 (2.0)

100 (4.0) Note 1

570 (22.4)

620 (24.4)

Cabinet Front Door swing radius 600(23.6) 900 (35.4) Note 2

1180 (46.5)

DN03439665

Figure 32.

Clearance recommendations for Midi indoor cabinet installation

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Space requirements for Outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS


Note
If space is limited for an outdoor installation, Nokia recommends installing the Outdoor Application Kit (OAKx) to the cabinet core first. Installation personnel can then lift, mount, and anchor the cabinet to the plinth. For more information, see Mounting UltraSite EDGE BTS Outdoor cabinets.

6.6.1

Dimensions and weights of cabinets and units Warning


Empty CRMA and CRMC cabinet cores weigh 79 kg (155 lb) and 52 kg (115 lb) respectively. Nokia recommends that you use a lifting device when moving a cabinet core.

Dimensions and weights of UltraSite EDGE BTS outdoor cabinets

Table 43.
Parameter

Dimensions and weights of outdoor cabinets


Outdoor (CRMA with OAKA) 1940 mm 76.4 in. Midi Outdoor (CRMC with OAKC) 1320 mm 52.0 in. 750 mm 29.5 in. 770 mm 30.0 in. 233 kg 513.7 lb

Height

Depth

750 mm 29.5 in.

Width

770 mm 30.0 in.

Maximum cabinet weight (with units)

350 kg 770 lb

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Dimensions and weights of outdoor cabinets (cont.)


150 kg 330.7 lb 125.1 kg 275.7 lb

Maximum cabinet weight (without units)

Weights of UltraSite EDGE BTS units

Table 44. Unit

Weights of units Value (metric)


1.6 kg

Value (imperial)
3.6 lb

Base Operations and Interfaces (BOIx) Dual Band Diplex Filter Unit (DU2A) Transceiver Baseband Unit (BB2x) Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter (DVxx) Integrated Battery Backup (IBBU) Masthead Amplifier (MNxx) Bias Tee (BPxx) Receiver Multicoupler:
.

2.0 kg

4.42 lb

1.2 kg

2.7 lb

13 kg

28.7 lb

110 kg

242.5 lb

8.5 kg (900 MHz) 5.6 (1800/1900 MHz) 0.4 kg

18.7 lb 12.4 lb 0.88 lb

M2xA (2-way) M6xA (6-way)

0.7 kg 2.0 kg

1.5 lb 4.4 lb

Power Supply:
.

PWSA PWSB PWSC

11 kg 7 kg 11 kg 20 kg

24 lb 15.4 lb 24 lb 44.09 lb

Remote Tune Combiner (RTxx)

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Table 44. Unit

Weights of units (cont.) Value (metric) Value (imperial)

Temperature Control System (TCS):


.

Unit Cooling Fans Heater Unit (HETA) Cabinet Cooling Fan

0.36 kg 3.0 kg 2.6 kg 5.5 kg 1.4 kg 1.4 kg 1.4 kg 3.5 kg

0.8 lb 6.6 lb 5.8 lb 12.1 lb 3.0 lb 3.0 lb 3.0 lb 7.7 lb

Transceiver (TSxx) FC E1/T1 FXC E1 and FXC E1/T1 FXC RRI Wideband Combiner (WCxx)

6.6.2

Cabinet clearances
Outdoor cabinet

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NOTE: Dimensions: mm (in.)

2 1 3
52(2.0) 52(2.0)

2500 (98.4)

1940 (76.4) 1775 (70.0)

Front

Front

DN03428364

1 2

Roof stay Cable Entry Block (In optional side position) Roof

Figure 33.

Top clearance recommendations for outdoor cabinet

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The maximum clearance for a completely open roof on the Outdoor cabinet is 2690 mm (106 in.).

Midi Outdoor cabinet

NOTE: Dimensions: mm (in.)

1 2

3 4
52(2.0)

1848 (72.8) Front 1320 (52.0) 1123 (44.2) Front

DN03439677

1 2 3

Roof in open position Roof stay Cable Entry Block (in optional side position) Roof

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Top clearance recommendations for Midi Outdoor cabinet

Note
The maximum clearance for a completely open roof on the Midi Outdoor cabinet is 2038 mm (80.2 in.).

Clearance recommended for outdoor cabinets

Cabinet 1 Minimum 75 (3.0) 750 (29.5)

Cabinet 2

Cabinet 3

Front Door swing 770 (30.3), minimum, width includes side panels 770 (30.3) NOTE: Dimensions: mm (in.)
DN03428352

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Clearance recommendations for outdoor cabinets

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6.7.1

Power requirements for AC UltraSite EDGE BTS


Mains power Warning
Permanently wire UltraSite EDGE BTS to a disconnect device, such as a circuit breaker.

Warning
Disconnect UltraSite EDGE BTS from the mains power network with a dedicated switch. Turn OFF UltraSite EDGE BTS with the BTS power supply switch to leave it in STAND BY mode.

Warning
Follow national regulations when working with power supply and power cables.

Nokia recommends that you protect the AC mains with a lightning and transient overvoltage protector (mains wire-in protector).

Note
The protector for the AC mains does not come with UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery. To order a mains protector, contact your local Nokia representative.

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Table 45.

Minimum wire size for power conductors Power Conductor Wire Size1
13.3 mm2 (6 AWG)

Configuration
PWSA (AC)
1

Reference NFPA-70, 1999, Article 310

Table 46.

Fuse rates for different configurations with AC 230V nominal voltage Fuse rate1
3 x 16A (3-phase, not triple pole) 1 x 32A (single-phase)

Configuration
PWSA

PWSA with Heater unit

3 x 16A (3-phase, not triple pole) 1 x 32A (single-phase)

PWSB with Heater unit PWSC with Heater unit


1

1 x 10A (single-phase) 1 x 10A (single-phase)

Fuse rating for lowest input voltage and maximum power consumption at 25% derating

6.7.2

Operating ranges and power consumption


This section provides operating ranges and power consumption calculations that indicate the actual power input from the electrical network and include the operating efficiency of the power supply unit. The power consumption of UltraSite EDGE BTS is defined by the following conditions:
.

nominal input voltage nominal power consumption at 25 C (77 F)

Determine total power consumption for specific BTS configurations by combining the power consumption of the installed cabinet and all associated units.

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The typical and worst-case power consumption figures are for some common configurations, based on TSxx's average power consumption when measured in production with full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots. The difference between the average and worst-case figures is due to the allowed component variations.

Note
The following assumptions apply to the maximum and typical power demand figures in the Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS table:
.

GSM TRXs are TSxA, GSM/EDGE TRXs are TSxB Full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots Combiner bypass (6 DVxxs in 12 TRX configuration and 3 DVxxs in 6 TRX configuration) Transmission is one FXC unit in all cases No external units supplied by BTS (for example, masthead amplifiers, microwave radios) If optional HETA is used in outdoor configurations, then 1.5 kW load must be added to the figures.

Table 47.

Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 12 TRX Indoor 12 TRX Outdoor Midi 6 TRX Indoor Midi 6 TRX Outdoor

Property

Voltage

Nominal input voltage Operating voltage range Maximum power demand GSM HW

AC

230 VAC, 50/60 Hz

AC

184 to 276 VAC, 45-66 Hz

230V AC, kW

3.4

3.5

1.7

2.1

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Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 (cont.) 12 TRX Indoor
3.1

Property

Voltage

12 TRX Outdoor
3.3

Midi 6 TRX Indoor


1.6

Midi 6 TRX Outdoor


1.7

Typical power demand GSM HW Maximum power demand GSM/ EDGE HW Typical power demand GSM/ EDGE HW

230V AC, kW

230V AC, kW

3.8

3.9

2.0

2.1

230V AC, kW

3.6

3.7

1.8

2.0

Table 48.

Cabinet/unit power consumption Value


110 W 70 W 10 W 230 W 265 W 10 W 15 W 10W 25 W 40 W 15 W 10 W 60 W

Cabinet/Unit power consumption


CRMA with 11 unit fans CRMC with 7 unit fans BOIA TSxA TSxB BB2A BB2E BB2F DVxx RTxx MNxx E1/T1 Transmission unit Radio Transmission

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Table 49.

Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) Value
230 VAC (184 to 276 VAC) 1500 W

Heater unit
Voltage Power consumption Operating range
.

Cold start - heater only

-33 C to -5 C (-27.4 F to +23 F)

Heater and BTS on

-10 C to +5 C (+14 F to + 41 F)

Table 50.

Power consumptions figures for different configurations under 230V AC voltage Filter type
DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC

Configuration
1 3 11 22 66 111 222 333 444 666

Typical power
0.4 kW 0.6 kW 0.7 kW 1.0 kW 2.0 kW 1.0 kW 1.2 kW 1.6 kW 1.9 kW 3.0 kW

Maximum power
0.4 kW 1.0 kW 0.8 kW 1.3 kW 3.7 kW 1.1 kW 1.9 kW 2.8 kW 3.7 kW 5.5 kW

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Consider the following:
.

The tolerance of the Maximum power value is +/- 5%. Circumstances of the Typical power values: BCCH TRXs are on full power, 40% of the timeslots are in use with TSxB operating in GMSK mode. Circumstances of the Maximum power values: all TRXs are on full power, all timeslots are in use with TSxBs operating in GMSK mode. MHA and external units are excluded. The power consumption of the Outdoor cabinet is approximately 100W, or more.

6.8

Power requirements for +24 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS


Mains power Warning
Permanently wire UltraSite EDGE BTS to a disconnect device, such as a circuit breaker.

6.8.1

Warning
Disconnect UltraSite EDGE BTS from the mains power network with a dedicated switch. Turn OFF UltraSite EDGE BTS with the BTS power supply switch to leave it in STAND BY mode.

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Follow national regulations when working with power supply and power cables.

Nokia recommends that you protect the DC mains with a lightning and transient overvoltage protector (mains wire-in protector).

Note
The protector for the DC mains does not come with UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery. To order a mains protector, contact your local Nokia representative.

Note
If optional HETA is used in outdoor configurations, a separate AC supply cable for the HETA needs to be routed. See Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) for the electrical properties of the AC supply.

Table 51.

Minimum wire size for power conductors Power Conductor Wire Size1
95 mm2 (3/0 AWG)

Configuration
PWSC (+24 VDC)
1

Reference NFPA-70, 1999, Article 310

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Table 52.

Fuse rates for different configurations with +24 VDC nominal voltage Fuse rate1
250A / cabinet 250A / cabinet 16A / HETA

Configuration
PWSC PWSC with Heater unit

Fuse rating for lowest input voltage and maximum power consumption at 25% derating

6.8.2

Operating ranges and power consumption


This section provides operating ranges and power consumption calculations that indicate the actual power input from the electrical network and include the operating efficiency of the power supply unit. The power consumption of UltraSite EDGE BTS is defined by the following conditions:
.

nominal input voltage nominal power consumption at 25 C (77 F)

Determine the total power consumption for specific BTS configurations by combining the power consumption of the installed cabinet and all associated units. The typical and worst-case power consumption figures are for some common configurations, based on TSxx's average power consumption when measured in production with full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots. The difference between the average and worst-case figures is due to the allowed component variations.

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The following assumptions apply to the maximum and typical power demand figures in the Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS table:
.

GSM TRXs are TSxA, GSM/EDGE TRXs are TSxB Full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots Combiner bypass (6 DVxxs in 12 TRX configuration and 3 DVxxs in 6 TRX configuration) Transmission is one FXC unit in all cases No external units supplied by BTS (for example, masthead amplifiers, microwave radios) If optional HETA is used in outdoor configurations, a separate AC supply cable for the HETA needs to be routed. See Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) for the electrical properties of the AC supply.

Table 53.

Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 12 TRX Indoor
+24 VDC

Property

Voltage

12 TRX Outdoor

Midi 6 TRX Indoor

Midi 6 TRX Outdoor

Nominal input voltage Operating voltage range Maximum power demand GSM HW Maximum power demand GSM HW

+24 V DC

+24 V DC

+20 to +32 VDC

+24V DC, kW

3.4

3.5

1.7

1.9

+24V DC, kW

3.4

3.5

1.7

1.9

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Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 (cont.) 12 TRX Indoor
3.6

Property

Voltage

12 TRX Outdoor
3.7

Midi 6 TRX Indoor


1.8

Midi 6 TRX Outdoor


2.0

Typical power demand GSM/ EDGE HW Typical power demand GSM/ EDGE HW

+24V DC, kW

+24V DC, kW

3.6

3.7

1.8

2.0

Table 54.

Cabinet/unit power consumption Value


110 W 70 W 10 W 230 W 265 W 10 W 15 W 10 W 25 W 40 W 15 W 10 W 60 W

Cabinet/Unit power consumption


Cabinet with 11 unit fans CRMC with 7 unit fans BOIA TSxA TSxB BB2A BB2E BB2F DVxx RTxx MNxx E1/T1 Transmission unit Radio Transmission

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Table 55.

Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) Value
230 VAC (184 to 276 VAC) 1500 W

Heater unit
Voltage Power consumption Operating range
.

Cold start - heater only

-33 C to -5 C (-27.4 F to +23 F)

Heater and BTS on

-10 C to +5 C (+14 F to + 41 F)

Table 56.

Power consumptions figures for different configurations under 24V DC voltage Filter type
DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC

Configuration
1 3 11 22 66 111 222 333 444 666

Typical power
0.4 kW 0.6 kW 0.7 kW 1.0 kW 2.0 kW 1.0 kW 1.2 kW 1.6 kW 1.9 kW 3.0 kW

Maximum power
0.4 kW 1.0 kW 0.8 kW 1.3 kW 3.7 kW 1.1 kW 1.9 kW 2.8 kW 3.7 kW 5.5 kW

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.

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6.9

Power requirements for -48 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS


Mains power Warning
Permanently wire UltraSite EDGE BTS to a disconnect device, such as a circuit breaker.

6.9.1

Warning
Disconnect UltraSite EDGE BTS from the mains power network with a dedicated switch. Turn OFF UltraSite EDGE BTS with the BTS power supply switch to leave it in STAND BY mode.

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Follow national regulations when working with power supply and power cables.

Nokia recommends that you protect the DC mains with a lightning and transient overvoltage protector (mains wire-in protector).

Note
The protector for the DC mains does not come with UltraSite EDGE BTS delivery. To order a mains protector, contact your local Nokia representative.

Note
If optional HETA is used in outdoor configurations, a separate AC supply cable for the HETA needs to be routed. See Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) for the electrical properties of the AC supply.

Table 57.

Minimum wire size for power conductors Power Conductor Wire Size1
33.6 mm2 (2 AWG)

Configuration
PWSB (-48 VDC)
1

Reference NFPA-70, 1999, Article 310

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Table 58.

Fuse rates for different configurations with -48 VDC nominal voltage Fuse rate1
125A / cabinet 125A / cabinet 16A/ HETA

Configuration
PWSB PWSB with Heater unit

Fuse rating for lowest input voltage and maximum power consumption at 25% derating

6.9.2

Operating ranges and power consumption


This section provides operating ranges and power consumption calculations that indicate the actual power input from the electrical network and include the operating efficiency of the power supply unit. The power consumption of UltraSite EDGE BTS is defined by the following conditions:
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nominal input voltage nominal power consumption at 25 C (77 F)

Determine the total power consumption for specific BTS configurations by combining the power consumption of the installed cabinet and all associated units. The typical and worst-case power consumption figures are for some common configurations, based on TSxx's average power consumption when measured in production with full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots. The difference between the average and worst-case figures is due to the allowed component variations.

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The following assumptions apply to the maximum and typical power demand figures in the Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS table:
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GSM TRXs are TSxA, GSM/EDGE TRXs are TSxB Full GMSK-modulated RF power in all timeslots Combiner bypass (6 DVxxs in 12 TRX configuration and 3 DVxxs in 6 TRX configuration) Transmission is one FXC unit in all cases No external units supplied by BTS (for example, masthead amplifiers, microwave radios) If optional HETA is used in outdoor configurations, a separate AC supply cable for the HETA needs to be routed. See Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) for the electrical properties of the AC supply

Table 59.

Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 12 TRX Indoor
-48 VDC

Property

Voltage

12 TRX Outdoor

Midi 6 TRX Indoor

Midi 6 TRX Outdoor

Nominal input voltage Operating voltage range Maximum power demand GSM HW Typical power demand GSM HW

-48 V DC

-48 V DC

-38 to -60 VDC

-48V DC, kW

3.0

3.1

1.5

1.7

-48V DC, kW

2.8

2.9

1.4

1.6

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Electrical properties for UltraSite EDGE BTS 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 (cont.) 12 TRX Indoor
3.4

Property

Voltage

12 TRX Outdoor
3.5

Midi 6 TRX Indoor


1.7

Midi 6 TRX Outdoor


1.9

Maximum power demand GSM/ EDGE HW Typical power demand GSM/ EDGE HW

-48V DC, kW

-48V DC, kW

3.2

3.3

1.6

1.8

Table 60.

Cabinet/unit power consumption Value


110 W 70 W 10 W 230 W 265 W 10 W 15 W 10 W 25 W 40 W 15 W 10 W 60 W

Cabinet/Unit power consumption


Cabinet with 11 unit fans CRMC with 7 unit fans BOIA TSxA TSxB BB2A BB2E BB2F DVxx RTxx MNxx E1/T1 Transmission unit Radio Transmission

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Table 61.

Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) Value
230 VAC (184 to 276 VAC) 1500 W

Heater unit
Voltage Power consumption Operating range
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Cold start - heater only

-33 C to -5 C (-27.4 F to +23 F)

Heater and BTS on

-10 C to +5 C (+14 F to + 41 F)

Table 62.

Voltage, power consumption, and operating range of HETA unit (optional in Outdoor BTS) Value
230 VAC (184 to 276 VAC) 1500 W

Heater unit
Voltage Power consumption Operating range
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Cold start - heater only

-33 C to -5 C (-27.4 F to +23 F)

Heater and BTS on

-10 C to +5 C (+14 F to + 41 F)

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Power consumptions figures for different configurations under -48V DC voltage Filter type
DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC DVxx DVxx DVxx DVxx RTC

Configuration
1 3 11 22 66 111 222 333 444 666

Typical power
0.4 kW 0.6 kW 0.6 kW 0.9 kW 1.8 kW 0.9 kW 1.0 kW 1.4 kW 1.7 kW 2.7 kW

Maximum power
0.4 kW 0.9 kW 0.7 kW 1.2 kW 3.2 kW 1.0 kW 1.7 kW 2.5 kW 3.2 kW 4.9 kW

Note
Consider the following:
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The tolerance of the Maximum power value is +/- 5%. Circumstances of the Typical power values: BCCH TRXs are on full power, 40% of the timeslots are in use with TSxB operating in GMSK mode. Circumstances of the Maximum power values: all TRXs are on full power, all timeslots are in use with TSxBs operating in GMSK mode. MHA and external units are excluded. The power consumption of the Outdoor cabinet is approximately 100W, or more.

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Grounding (earthing) requirements for UltraSite EDGE BTS


To avoid interference, Nokia recommends planning large Protective Earthing (PE) systems on a case-specific basis. To protect the cabinet against overvoltage through antenna equipment, communication cables or power supply lines, install the grounding cables before you install UltraSite EDGE BTS.

Caution
A power plug with a PE connection is not sufficient for UltraSite EDGE BTS. Grounding must have a fixed, non-removable connection.

Caution
Avoid unnecessary loops and sharp bending of the grounding cable. Do not run the grounding cables parallel with power cables.

Caution
To prevent damage to units, you must connect grounding to the cabinet before installing any of the units.

Note
Follow national, state, and local regulations when planning the grounding of an UltraSite EDGE BTS site.

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Guidelines for grounding UltraSite EDGE BTS


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Route the grounding cables as directly as possible from the equipment to the grounding point. Select one of two UltraSite EDGE BTS grounding point alternatives according to local regulations. See Overview of connecting grounding cables to UltraSite EDGE BTS.

Note
For instructions on installing grounding cables for Network Equipment Building Systems (NEBS) compliant sites, see Connecting the grounding cable of UltraSite EDGE BTS for a NEBS installation.

Connect the grounding cable to the cabinet grounding points depending on which grounding point alternative you select. Connect all cabinets, Main Distribution Frame (MDF) cable ladders, and DC supply frames to the main grounding busbar at the site. Conductor sizes for earthing cables must be in accordance with all national, state, and local regulations.

Note
For recommended fuse ratings, see Power requirements for AC UltraSite EDGE BTS, Power requirements for +24 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS and Power requirements for -48 VDC UltraSite EDGE BTS.

Do not exceed a resistance of 0.1 for the connection between the grounding point and the earthing contact and parts. Use an 8 mm (0.31 in.) single-hole lug, a 5 mm (0.2 in.) or a 6 mm (0.24 in.) two-hole lug (NEBS) PE connector. Ground antenna feeders as required by climatic condition and in accordance with local regulations.

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Cabinet base requirements for Indoor UltraSite EDGE BTS


Note
Ensure that the backstop is oriented toward the rear wall for proper airflow.

Facility wall 179 (7.0) 145 (5.7) 150 (5.9)

Back stop 300 (11.8) X Xe 179.5 (7.1) X Xe 179.5 (7.1) X Cabinet 1 457 (18.0) Front 600 (23.6) X X X

305 (12.0)

52 (2.0) minimum

X Xe Xe 179.5 (7.1) X Xe Xe X Cabinet 2 148 (5.8) 179.5 (7.1) 620 570 (24.4) (22.4)

300 (11.8)

Hole for plastic foot (4 places) 71.5 (2.8)

NOTES: 1. Xe - Location of earthquake anchor holes 2. X - Location of additional anchor holes 3. Dimensions: mm (in.)

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Cabinet base measurements for multiple Indoor cabinets

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Cabinet base requirements for Outdoor UltraSite EDGE BTS


Note
The anchor holes used for mounting outdoor cabinets comply with requirements for earthquake zone installation.

66 (2.6) X 126 (5.0) 575 (22.7) 730 (28.7) 96 (3.8) X

76 (3.0)

620 (24.4)

770 (30.3) 150 (5.9) X X

250 (9.8) 519 (20.4)

250 (9.8)

Plinth of cabinet 1

Plinth of cabinet 2

560 (22.0) X Front

107 (4.2)

NOTES: 1. X - Location of plinth anchor holes 2. Dimensions: mm (in.)

752 (29.6)

18 (0.7)
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Plinth measurements for multiple outdoor cabinets

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7.1.1

Glossary
Glossary for UltraSite EDGE BTS
Abbreviations and acronyms
This section lists abbreviations and acronyms used throughout Nokia UltraSite EDGE Solution documentation. AC ACFU A/D ADC AGC ALS AMR ANSI ANT ARFN ASIC ATCA ATM AWG AXC AXU BAPT Alternating Current AC Filter Unit Analog/Digital Analog to Digital Converter Automatic Gain Control Automatic Laser Shutdown Adaptive Multi-Rate coding American National Standards Institute Antenna connector Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number Application Specific Integrated Circuit Antenna Cable Kit Asynchronous Transfer Mode American Wire Gauge ATM cross-connect ATM cross-connect unit Bundesamt fr Post und Telekommunikation Telecommunications advisory agency of Federal Republic of Germany Transceiver Baseband unit

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BCCH BCF BER

BB2A for GSM BB2E for GSM/EDGE . BB2F for GSM and GSM/EDGE Broadcast Control Channel Base Control Function Bit Error Ratio The ratio of the number of bit errors to the total number of bits transmitted in a given time interval.
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BIST

Built-In Self Test A technique that provides a circuit the capability to carry out an implicit test of itself. Base Operations and Interfaces unit Bias Tee without VSWR monitoring BPDN for GSM 900/1800/1900 BPxV Bias Tee with VSWR monitoring . BPGV for GSM 900 . BPDV for GSM 1800/1900 British Standards Base Station Controller Base Station Subsystem Base Transceiver Station (Base Station) Cross-Connection Common Control Channel Comit Consultatif International Tlgraphique et Tlphonique International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee (Telecommunications advisory agency of France)
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BOIx BPxN

BS BSC BSS BTS CC CCCH CCITT

CCUA CDMA

Cabinet Control Unit Code Division Multiple Access A technique in which the radio transmissions using the same frequency band are coded in a way that a signal from a certain transmitter can be received only by certain receivers Cable Entry; Consumer Electronics; Conformit Europen (European Conformity) CH Channel Channel Digital Signal Processor Change Note A short trouble management document in a specified form sent to a customer about a modification in a product Cyclic Redundancy Check

CE CHDSP CN

CRC

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A method for detecting errors in data transmission. CRMx Core Mechanics for Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station Indoor and Outdoor cabinet CRMA for Outdoor cabinets CRMB for Site Support cabinets . CRMC for Midi Indoor and Outdoor cabinets Customer Services Centre Digital/Analog Direct Current Digital Cellular System Direct Digital Synthesis The frequency synthesis in which logic and memory are used to digitally construct the desired output signal, and a digitalto-analogue converter is used.
. .

CSC D/A DC DCS DDS

DL

(Downlink) The direction of transmission in which the BTS is the transmitting facility and the mobile station is the receiving facility. Dual In-line Package Dynamic Random Access Memory Discontinuous Reception Digital Signal Processor Discontinuous Transmission Dual Band Diplex Filter unit for GSM 800/900 and 1800/ 1900 Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter unit DVTB for GSM/EDGE 800 DVTD for GSM/EDGE 800 . DVGA for GSM/EDGE 900 . DVHA for GSM/EDGE 900 customer-specific H band . DVJA for GSM/EDGE 900 customer-specific J band . DVDC for GSM/EDGE 1800 . DVDA for GSM/EDGE 1800 A band . DVDB for GSM/EDGE 1800 B band . DVPA for GSM/EDGE 1900 European Digital Transmission Format Standard (2.048 Mbit/ s) External Alarms and Controsl European Community
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DIP DRAM DRX DSP DTX DU2A DVxx

E1 EAC EC

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EDGE EEC EEPROM EMC EMI EMP EN EQDSP ESD ET ETSI Ext. FACCH FACH FCC

Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution European Economic Community Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Interference Electromagnetic Pulse European Norm Equaliser Digital Signal Processor Electrostatic Discharge Exchange Terminal European Telecommunications Standards Institute External Fast Associated Control Channel Forward Access Channel Federal Communications Commission The United States federal agency responsible for the regulation of interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable. Wireline transmission unit (75 [ohm] E1, 120 [ohm] E1, or 100 [ohm] T1) of Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station without cross-connection capability. Frame Clock Field Effect Transistor Frequency Hopping Synthesiser Forwarded Intermediate Frequency Power +24 VDC Installation Kit Field Programmable Gate Array Wireline transmission unit (75 [ohm] E1) with four line interfaces to the 2 Mbit/s (E1) transmission line; crossconnection capability at 8 kbit/s level. Wireline transmission unit (120 [ohm] E1 or 100 [ohm] T1) with four line interfaces to the 2 Mbit/s (E1) or 1.5 Mbit/s (T1) transmission line; cross-connection capability at 8 kbit/s level. Radio link transmission unit (radio indoor unit) with crossconnection capability at 8 kbit/s level. Used with MetroHopper Radio and FlexiHopper Microwave Radio.

FC E1/T1

FCLK FET FHS FIFP FIKA FPGA FXC E1

FXC E1/T1

FXC RRI

FXC STM-1/STM Bridge Transmission units that enable cross-connections between PDH and SDH transmission rates:

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FXC STM-1 performs the main SDH functions FXC Bridge forms a bridge for the signals between the SDH part and the PDH cross-connect part of the node These two units are used together.

Gb GMSK GND GPRS GSM

Interface between RNC and SGSN Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying Ground; Grounding (protective earthing). See Grounding and PE. General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile communications GSM 800 GSM 800 MHz frequency band GSM 900 GSM 900 MHz frequency band . GSM 1800 GSM 1800 MHz frequency band . GSM 1900 GSM 1900 MHz frequency band Graphical User Interface High-level Data Link Control Base station cabinet heater Handover The action of switching a call in progress from one radio channel to another, to secure the continuity of the established call
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GUI HDLC HETA HO

HSCSD HV HW

High-Speed Circuit Switched Data High Voltage Hardware Specfically, electronic equipment supporting data transmission and processing tasks, and the electrical and mechanical devices related to their operation Indoor Application Kid for Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station IAKC for UltraSite Midi Indoor cabinet Integrated Cell
.

IAKx

IC ICE ID

Intelligent Coverage Enhancement Identification; Identifier IE Information Element The basic unit of a transaction capabilities application part (TCAP) message. Indoor cabinet for Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station International Electrotechnical Commission

IDCA IEC

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IEEE IF IFM IFU ILKA ILMT IMA IP IRPA ISDN ISHO ISO ITU L2 L3 Iu Iub Iubis Iur

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Intermediate Frequency Interface Module Interface unit Indoor Lock Kit Integrated Local Management Tool Inverse Multiplexed ATM Ingress Protection International Radiation Protection Association Integrated Services Digital Network Inter-system handover The handover from one system to another. International Organization for Standardization International Telecommunication Union AC Phase 2 AC Phase 3 The interconnection point between the RNC and the Core Network Interface between the RNC and node B Interface between the RNC and the BTS The logical interface for the interconnection of two radio network controller (RNC) components of the UMTS terrestrial radio access network (UTRAN) system Japanese Industrial Standard Local Area Network A data transmission network covering a small area. Link Access Protocol on D-channel between the BSC and BTS Light Emitting Diode Local Management Bus Local Management Port Low-Noise Amplifier Local Oscillator Line Terminal Equipment Low Voltage Low Voltage Disconnect Low Voltage Differential Signalling Low Voltage Transistor Transistor Logic 2-way Receiver Multicoupler unit

JIS LAN LAPD LED LMB LMP LNA LO LTE LV LVD LVDS LVTTL M2xA

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M6xA

M2LA for GSM/EDGE 800/900 M2HA for GSM/EDGE 1800/1900 6-way Receiver Multicoupler unit
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MAC

MCLG MDF MHA MMI MML

M6LA for GSM/EDGE 800/900 . M6HA for GSM/EDGE 1800/1900 Medium Access Control function, handles the channel allocation and multiplexing, that is, the use of physical layer functions. Master Clock Generator Main Distribution Frame Masthead Amplifier Man-Machine Interface Man-Machine Language A text-based command language with a standardised structure, designed to facilitate direct user control of a system.
.

MNxx

Masthead Amplifier specific to Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station MNGA for GSM/EDGE 800/900 MNDA for GSM/EDGE 1800 A band . MNDB for GSM/EDGE 1800 B band . MNPA for GSM/EDGE 1900 A band . MNPB for GSM/EDGE 1900 B band . MNPC for GSM/EDGE 1900 C band Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Telecommunications regulatory agency of Great Britain.
. .

MPT MS

Mobile Station User equipment which uses a radio connection, and which can be used in motion or at unspecified points. This is usually a mobile phone. Mobile Switching Centre The mobile network element which performs the switching functions in its area of operation, and controls cooperation with other networks. Mean Time Between Failure National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Node Control Unit Network Equipment Building Systems Nokia Electronic Documentation Network Management System

MSC

MTBF NCRP NCU NEBS NED NMS

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O&M OAKB OAKx

Operation and Maintenance Cable entry kit for BTS co-siting Outdoor Application Kit for Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station OAKA for UltraSite Outdoor cabinet OAKA for UltraSite Midi Outdoor cabinet . OAKD for UltraSite Midi Outdoor to Talk-family Cositing Outdoor Bridge Kit Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator An oscillator in which the crystal and critical circuits are temperature-controlled by an oven.
. .

OBKA OCXO

OEKA OFKA OFKC OMU OMUSIG OVP PC PCB PCM PE PFC PLL Point-to-point PSM PWM PWSx

Outdoor (cable) Entry Kit Outdoor Air Filter Kit Midi Outdoor Air Filter Kit Operation and Maintenance Unit OMU Signalling Over-Voltage Protection Personal Computer Printed Circuit Board Pulse Code Modulation Protective earthing (grounding) See GND and Grounding. Power Factor Correction Phase-Locked Loop Transmission between two fixed points Power System Management Pulse Width Modulation AC/DC Power Supply unit PWSA for 230 VAC input PWSB for -48 VDC input . PWSC for +24 VDC input Nokia proprietary transmission management protocol Random Access Channel A receiver capable of receiving and combining multipath signals Random Access Memory Radio Access Network
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A third generation network that provides mobile access to a number of core networks of both mobile and fixed origin. RCD RF RFF RIFP RLE RNC Residual Current Device Radio Frequency Radio Frequency Fingerprinting Reflected Intermediate Frequency Power Radio Link Equipment Radio Network Controller The network element in a radio access network which is in charge of the use and the integrity of radio resources. Read Only Memory Radio Relay Interface Received Signal Strength Indicator Remote Tune Combining Remote Tune Combiner RTGA for GSM/EDGE 900 RTHA for GSM/EDGE 900 H band . RTJA for GSM/EDGE 900 J band . RTDC for GSM/EDGE 1800 . RTDA for GSM/EDGE 1800 A band . RTDB for GSM/EDGE 1800 B band . RTPA for GSM/EDGE 1900 Return Receiver; Receive Site Configuration File Site Configuration Tool Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Sub-Miniature B Connector Short Message Service Site Support System Synchronous Transport Module Synchronous Transport Module (155 Mbit/s) Software Synchronization The process of adjusting corresponding significant instances of signals, in order to obtain the desired phase relationship between these instances.
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ROM RRI RSSI RTC RTxx

RTN RX SCF SCT SDCCH SDH SMB SMS SSS STM STM-1 SW Sync

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T1 TC TCH

North American Digital Transmission Format Standard (1.544 Mbit/s) Transcoder Traffic Channel The logical radio channel that is assigned to a base transceiver station and is primarily intended for conversation. Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Temperature Control System Time Division Multiple Access Terminal Equipment Equipment that provides the functions necessary for user operation of the access protocols. Transmission Management System The network system for managing equipment settings, and for centralised retrieval of statistics and alarm information from transmission equipment connected to the system. Time Slot A cyclic time interval that can be recognised and given a unique definition. Transmission Equipment Transceiver TRX Signalling Time Slot Transceiver (RF unit), specific to Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station TSTB for GSM/EDGE 800 TSGA for GSM 900 . TSGB for GSM/EDGE 900 . TSDA for GSM 1800 . TSDB for GSM/EDGE 1800 . TSPB for GSM/EDGE 1900 Transistor Transistor Logic Transmitter; Transmit Unit Controller User Interface Underwriters Laboratories The direction of transmission in which the mobile station is the transmitting facility and the BTS is the receiving facility.
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TCP/IP TCS TDMA TE

TMS

TS

TRE TRX TRXSIG TS TSxx

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2-way uplink diversity - The function by which a BTS uses two antennas and two receivers simultaneously on a single channel to obtain improved overall BTS receiver sensitivity in an environment that is subject to random multipath fading. . 4-way uplink diversity - The function by which a BTS uses four antennas and four receivers simultaneously on a single channel to obtain improved overall BTS receiver sensitivity in an environment that is subject to random multipath fading. Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
.

Terrestrial Radio Access Network A radio access network (RAN) consisting of radio network controllers (RNCs) and base transceiver stations (BTSs). It is located between the Iu interface and the wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA) radio interface. UPS VC VCO Uninterruptible Power Supply Virtual Channel Voltage Controlled Oscillator An oscillator for which a change in tuning voltage results in a predetermined change in output frequency. Line-to-Line Voltage Virtual Path The unidirectional transport of ATM cells belonging to virtual channels that are associated by a common identifier value. Virtual Path Connection Identifier An identifier which identifies the virtual path connection between two B-ISDN ATM exchanges, or between a B-ISDN ATM exchange and a B-ISDN user. Virtual Path Identifier An identifier which identifies a group of virtual channel links at a given reference point that share the same virtual path connection. Voltage Standing Wave Ratio The ratio of maximum to minimum voltage in the standing wave pattern that appears along a transmission line. It is used as a measure of impedance mismatch between the transmission line and its load. Transmission unit, specific to Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station

VLL VP

VPCI

VPI

VSWR

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WAF WAM Wideband Application Manager unit WBC Wideband Combining unit WCC Wideband Cabinet Core WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access A spread spectrum CDMA technique used to increase the capacity and coverage of wireless communication networks. WCH WCxA Wideband Cabinet Heater Wideband Combiner, specific to Nokia UltraSite EDGE Base Station WCGA for GSM/EDGE 800/900 WCDA for GSM/EDGE 1800 . WCPA for GSM/EDGE 1900 Wideband Extension Kit Wideband Fan Wideband Heat Exchanger Wideband Input Combiner Wideband Indoor Kit Wideband Output Combiner Wideband Outdoor Kit Wideband Power Amplifier unit Wideband Power Supply unit Wideband System Clock Wideband Summing and Multiplexing unit Wideband Signal Processor unit Wideband Transmitter and Receiver
. .

VXEA for FC E1/T1 VXOA for FXC/STM-1 . VXRA for FC RRI . VXRB for FXC RRI . VXTA for FXC E1 . VXTB for FXC E1/T1 Wideband Antenna Filter unit
. .

WEK WFA WHX WIC WIK WOC WOK WPA WPS WSC WSM WSP WTR

7.1.2

Terms
This section provides definitions for terms used throughout Nokia UltraSite Solution documentation.

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Abis Interface

Interface between a Base Transceiver Station (BTS) and the Base Station Controller (BSC) and between two BTSs. Absolute radio frequency channel number See absolute radio frequency number. Absolute radio frequency number; absolute radio frequency channel number; ARFN; ARFCN Radio frequency used in connection with, for example, mobile originating and terminating test calls. Adaptive multi-rate speech codec; AMR speech codec; AMR codec; AMR Speech codec which adapts its operation optimally according to the prevailing channel conditions. Air Interface Interface between MS and BTS. Alarm Announcement given to the operating personnel about abnormal functioning of the system or about a failure, or an indication of the degradation of the service level or reliability. Alarm Status Classification of the severity of an alarm, such as Critical, Major, Minor, and Information. Alternating current; AC A periodic current having a mean value zero. Analogue-to-digital converter; Analog-to-digital converter /US/; A/D converter; ADC A device which converts an analogue input signal to a digital output signal carrying equivalent information. Application-specific integrated circuit; custom circuit; custom IC; ASIC Integrated circuit which is designed for a specific application and a specific customer and which is not available to other customers. ATM connection control; connection control; CC Function that keeps track of connection resources and based on those handles the operations related to different kind of cross-connections. ATM inverse multiplexing See inverse multiplexing for ATM. Backplane Connector board at the back of Nokia UltraSite cabinets to which plug-in units are directly connected. See also BATA backplane and RFU backplane. Base station See base transceiver station. Base station controller; BSC Network element in the public land mobile network (PLMN) for controlling one or more base transceiver stations (BTS) in the call set-up functions, in signalling, in the use of radio channels and in various maintenance tasks.

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Base station system; BSS System of base stations (BSs) and base station controllers which is viewed by the mobile services switching centre (MSC) through a single interface. Base transceiver station; base station; BTS; BS Network element in a mobile network responsible for radio transmission and reception to or from the mobile station. BATA backplane Additional backplane required in a Site Support cabinet when using 12 rectifiers. Bias Tee Unit that provides DC power for an associated MHA unit. Cabinet Control Unit Module of the ADUA or ADUB that manages battery control, climatic control, alarm reporting, and serial and version number reporting for Nokia UltraSite Support cabinet. The CCU connects to the BOIx with Q1-bus. Cell Coverage area of a given BTS where transmission is acceptably received. Cell breathing Variation of the cell coverage area; depends on the interference and power requirements. Cellular Network Two or more base stations connected together to provide an area of coverage for Mobile Stations (MS). CENELEC Comit European de Normalisation ELECtrotechnique. European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization. Chain Connection Transmission solution in which the BTSs are interconnected through a chain, and the first BTS in the chain is connected to the BSC. See Loop Connection, Multidrop Connection, and Star Connection. Chip Signal element. Chip rate Number of chips transmitted in one second. Commissioning Tasks performed to enable the BTS to be connected to the network. Includes operational tests and configuring of the transmission equipment. Coverage Area See Cell. Cross-connection Connection between input and output ports of a network element. Cross-connection bank Information base that defines the cross-connections of a network element. The network element contains two or more banks, one of which is always active. Custom circuit See application-specific integrated circuit.

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Custom IC D-bus

See application-specific integrated circuit. Bus used for traffic communication between the transmission units and BB2x units (D1-bus) and for internal O&M communication with the BOIx, BB2x, and RTxx units (D2bus). Despreading The received wideband signal is modulated with the spreading code to get a narrowband signal after the multipath propagation in spread spectrum systems. Digital signal processor; DSP A processor designed for signal handling, resembling an ordinary microprocessor. Discontinuous reception; DRX Means of saving battery power (for example in hand-portable units) by periodically and automatically switching the mobile station receiver on and off. Discontinuous transmission; DTX Feature which enables saving battery power (for example in hand-portable units) and reducing interference by automatically switching the transmitter off when no speech or data are to be sent. Downlink Diversity See Frequency Hopping. Earthing See Grounding. F-bus Frequency Hopping bus. See Frequency Hopping. Finger; rake finger; RAKE finger Receiver unit that despreads one multipath signal. Four-way uplink diversity; 4-way uplink diversity Function by which a base transceiver station (BTS) uses four antennas and four receivers simultaneously on a single channel to obtain improved overall BTS receiver sensitivity in an environment that is subject to random multipath fading. Forward link See downlink. Flash memory Nonvolatile, electronically writable memory, similar to EEPROM in function, but which must be erased in blocks. Flexbus Bidirectional coaxial cable that carries up to 16 x 2 Mbit/s signals and power between transmission equipment, such as a radio outdoor and indoor unit. Frequency-change oscillator See local oscillator. Frequency Hopping Function in which a BTS swaps two transmitters on a single channel to obtain improved overall MS receiver sensitivity in a system that is subject to random fading.

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Signal amplification, expressed in dBidecibels over a theoretic, isotropic, and uniformly radiating antenna. Grounding Protecting the equipment and the users against lightning and surges through the external connections. 2 I C-bus Integrated Inter Cell communication bus used for polling, autodetection, version and serial number management, temperature polling, and alarm collection in units without a microprocessor. Handover The handover occurs between two cells; the signal goes through one base station or base station sector at a time. Human-machine interface; man-machine interface; HMI; MMI A subsystem or function which provides user interface functions in a man-machine language. Installation Tasks performed to enable the BTS to be mounted at the site. Integration Tasks performed to make the BTS functional in the cellular network. Includes making test calls. Inter-frequency handover Handover where the new carrier frequency is different from the current one. Inter-system handover Handover from one system to another, e.g. between a 3rd generation system and GSM. Inverse multiplexing for ATM; ATM inverse multiplexing; inverse multiplexing; IMA The transmission method in which ATM cells in a cell stream are divided across several physical E1 links on a cell-by-cell basis, and then reassembled at the receiving end without affecting the original cell order. Loop connection Transmission solution in which BTSs are interconnected in a loop. For example, the first and last BTSs are connected to the BSC. See Chain Connection, Multidrop Connection, and Star Connection. Macrocellular Application that covers large areas with a cell radius of 1 to 10 km (0.6 to 6 miles). The coverage area is achieved when the antenna is installed high and off the ground. Maximum ratio combining A signal combining technique in which each signal is multiplied by a weight factor that is proportional to the signal amplitude: the strong signals are further amplified, while the weak signals are attenuated. Microcellular Application that typically covers areas with a cell radius of 100 m to 1 km (327 feet to 0.6 miles). The antennas are installed below rooftop level.

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Glossary

Microwave radio Radio equipment for establishing an aligned and fixed radio connection between two points. Midi Indoor or Outdoor cabinet with up to six TRXs. Multidrop Connection Transmission solution in which one or more BTS chains are connected to one BTS that is connected to the BSC. See Chain Connection, Loop Connection, and Star Connection. Network Element Any equipment that can be managed, monitored, or controlled in a telecommunications network. Network Topology Method of transmission between the cells of a network. Examples of transmission solutions are chain, loop, multidrop, and star connections. Node Manager A feature of Power System Management (PSM), the Node Manager software called PSMMan is used to control network elements, or nodes, of the Site Support System. Nokia FlexiHopper Nokia family of Flexbus-compatible microwave radios for the 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, and 38 GHz frequency bands, in which the radio transmission capacity can be selected using software. The radio transmission capacity of Nokia FlexiHopper can be 2 x 2, 4 x 2, 8 x 2, or 16 x 2 Mbit/s. Nokia FlexiHopper outdoor unit can be used with different indoor units: FIU 19, RRIC, FC RRI, and FXC RRI. Nokia Hopper Manager PC software application used for controlling and monitoring Nokia FlexiHopper and Nokia MetroHopper radios connected to FIU19 or RRIC indoor units. Nokia MetroHopper Nokia Flexbus-compatible radio for the 58 GHz frequency band that does not require coordinated frequency planning. The main use of Nokia MetroHopper is to provide 4 x 2 Mbit/ s, point-to-point wireless access for Nokia MetroSite BTS and Nokia MetroHub. Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit can be used with different indoor units: FIU 19, RRIC, FC RRI, and FXC RRI. Nokia MetroHub Nokias compact transmission node with cross-connection and grooming functions, such as FXC RRI. Nokia MetroHub contains up to five transmission units.

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Nokia MetroSite GSM BTS Nokias compact four-TRX GSM base station for Nokia MetroSite capacity solution. Nokia MetroSite GSM BTS can contain one transmission unit. Nokia Q1 Connection Tool Program that makes connection and node definitions for identifying objects on a Nokia Q1 managed network. See Q1. Nokia UltraSite Multimedia coverage and capacity macrocellular base station. Omnidirectional Cell Cell with a 360 sector; also known as standard cell. Operator Telecommunications company running telecommunications services in a specific geographical area. PCM time slot 1.5 Mbit/s PCM circuit is divided into twenty-four 64 kbit/s time slots. 2 Mbit/s PCM circuit is divided into thirty-two 64 kbit/s time slots. Peltier elements Elements that absorb or emit heat when an electric current passes across a junction between two materials. Used for heating and cooling IP20 protection class equipment. Point-to-point Transmission between two fixed points. Q1-bus Bus in Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS, used for local transmission management (Q1int) and for extending the management to external equipment. Radio interface; air interface; AI The interface between the mobile station (MS) and the radio equipment in the network. This is defined by functional characteristics, common radio (physical) interconnection characteristics, and other characteristics as appropriate. Radio Relay Microwave radio unit that replaces a fixed cable with a microwave radio link in the Abis Interface. Rectifier Device for converting alternating current to direct current. See BATx. RFU backplane Backplane in Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS cabinet to which RF units are attached. Sectored BTS Site A site with multiple cells positioned to supply the desired radiation. Sectored Cell A cell with a conical coverage area achieved by means of a directional aerial. Single Sector A part of the BTSs physical equipment that serves a single cell in the network radio topology.

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Site

Location where telecommunication equipment has been installed. For example, a site can contain a base station and transmission equipment with an equipment shelter and antenna tower. Several network elements can be located at a site. Handover where the signal goes through two base stations or base station sectors at a time. Handover where the signal goes through two sectors in one base station area at a time.

Soft handover Softer handover Software Package

Software collection consisting of the components of the BTS operating system. Spreading A process in which the signal is modulated with the pseudo noise code to get a wideband signal for multipath propagation in spread spectrum systems. Spreading code A code that is used to despread a signal in spread spectrum communications. Star Connection Transmission solution in which three branches with one BTS in each are connected to a common node. See Chain Connection, Loop Connection, and Multidrop Connection. Synchronisation (Sync) Process of adjusting the corresponding significant instances of signals (between adjacent and serving cells) to obtain the desired phase relationship between these instances. Uplink Direction of transmission in which the mobile station is the transmitting facility and the BTS is the receiving facility. Uplink Diversity 2-way uplink diversity Function in which a BTS uses two antennas and two receivers simultaneously on a single channel to obtain improved overall BTS receiver sensitivity in an environment that is subject to random multipath fading. 4-way uplink diversity Function in which a BTS uses four antennas and four receivers simultaneously on a single channel to obtain improved overall BTS receiver sensitivity in an environment that is subject to random multipath fading. See Frequency Hopping.

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