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BTS 3900, BSC 6900/6910

USN9810, UGW9811. CG9812


For Wifi we have AP
And the AP controller AC MAG9811
----------------WA251DK-NE (DK is 2.4/5G integrated antenna!!)
TGW: introduce throughput from wifi to PS network
Distributed Base station DBS3900 which can be installed on top of building
-----DBS3900 scenario:
Outdoor, if AC powered, use APM30H
If -48V DC, use TMC11H
For power conversion, the 110/220V AC is converted in the APM30H by PSU board in
to -48VDC
Then DCDU distribute power to rfu/rru and bbu. The upeu will convert the power i
nto +12V DC
DCCU- Direct Current Distributed Unit
CPRI connects BBU to RFU and RRU
E1: 2.047Mbps
T1:1.544Mbps
FE: 100Mbps
GE: 1000Mbps
BBU, RFU and RRU
Discuss usage..
We can also see the capacity for each BTS single cabinet. Can hold up to two BBU
s for Ver.D Cabinet (show next slide)
----------The boards in this BBU are .
UPEU, which is in charge of the outdoor power flow
------------UBBP is version SRAN9.0 onwards
GUL need 2 BBU= GTMU+UMPT & LMPT
But SRAN8.0 need 1 BBU because UMPT can support 3G & LTE
FAN-controls the rotation speed of the fans and monitors the temperature of the
fan module.
Note:
SRAN7.0: UMPT support U or L
SRAN8.0 onwards: Different modes share one control board
Note:
SRAN 9.0 : BBU interconnection through UMPT+UMPT is supported
The U2000 supports various northbound interfaces for performance, configuration,
fault, inventory management, and MML by file, SNMP, CORBA, ASCII and command li
ne interface.
The U2000 is connected to the NMS to different vendors. For cooperation in OSS f
ield, the U2000 has finished interoperability test with several well-known profe
ssional OSS vendors

System Monitoring: Monitor multiple application services of M2000 itself and mul
tiple processes of M2000 server
NE Monitoring: Monitor connection between M2000 and managed NEs
-The U2000 provides the dual IP address configuration solution that supports nor
thbound and southbound network isolation, helping ensure security. Northbound and
southbound networks are classified based on the U2000 server.The southbound net
work refers to the transmission network between the U2000 server and its managed
NEs.The northbound network includes northbound interfaces provided by the U2000
for the upper-layer NMS and transmission network between the U2000 server and c
lient, as well as the U2000 server and other Huawei OSS products.
M2000 server includes: multi services, processes and one connection between M200
0 and one certain managed NE
Display on M2000 client and storage in M2000 database: Performance counter
3-Tier Architecture: User interface/Business logic layer/Data access layer
Umbrella system: NMS
Info we need to know to configure M2000
Types and versions of physical NEs
Performance period
15 min, 30 min, 60 min
Performance data every 60 min or every 15 min requires different hardware capabi
lities for the M2000.
Number of performance counters
All counter model
KPI model
Counter increase, same NE more.
KPI:1/50 => 50 cells to 1 eNE
Different number of performance counters can be converted into equivalent NEs of
different numbers.
OSS is for RAN and PS part
ATAE: Advanced Telecommunications Application Environment
A carrier-class processing platform that is designed to meet the service applica
tion requirement of high performance, high specialization, and high integration.
MBB: Mobile broadband
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ECU Signal Handling
EPU Data forwarding of 2G & 3G
ESU is the combination of both
By using ESU, able to downsize the cabinet to only 1 cabinet to support the boar
ds while achieving high capacity.
USN Mostly handle signalling, less data
UGW ONLY DATA
ATCA platform
In each frame, there are 14 vertical board slots with numbers ranging from 0 to
13 and two horizontal board slot

The OMU is configured in the basic subrack. In the basic subrack, the rear board
of the switching unit (SWU) is the time master interface (TMI). In the service
subrack, the rear board of the SWU is the time slave interface (TSI).
The board area of a subrack has 14 slots at the front and rear sides respectivel
y. Boards can be inserted from both the front side and the rear side of the subr
ack. The front boards SWU and the corresponding rear boards, TMI or TSI, occupy
slots 6 and 7. Other slots, namely, slots 0 to 5 and slots 8 to 13 are the slots
for universal services.
Two subrack management unit (SMU) and two subrack data manage (SDM) boards exist
at the bottom of the subrack. The SMU and the SDM are mutually inserted from th
e front side and the rear side. The SMU is located at the front side of the subr
ack and the SDM is located at the rear side of the subrack.
ECU & EPU:
Basic Subrack: 1.one pair of OMU and SWU should be in basic subrack.
2.The rear board of SWU is TMI.
Service Subrack: 1.one pair of SWU should be in service subrack.
There is no OMU in service subrack.
2. The rear board of SWU is TSI.
ESU:
Basic Subrack: 1.one pair of OMU and SWU should be in basic subrack.
2.The rear board of SWU is TMI.
Service Subrack: 1.one pair of SWU should be in basic subrack.
There is no OMU in service subrack.
2. The rear board of SWU is TSI.
OMU(Operation & Maintenance Unit)
ECU(Enhanced Control Plane Unit)
EPU(Enhanced Packet forward Unit)
SWU(Switch Unit)
TMI(Time Master Interface)
TSI(Time Slave Interface)
SMU(Subrack Maintenance Unit)
SDM(Subrack Data Manage)
USI(Universal Service Interface)
ETI(E1/TI Interface)
SSIA0(SONET/SDH Interface A0)
SSIA2(SONET/SDH Interface A0)
Logic Function Interface (LFI)
PFI(Packet
Forward Interface)
AIC(ATM Interface PMC Card)
EEC(Ethernet Electric Interface PMC Card)
EFC(Ethernet Fiber Interface PMC Card)
cg9812
CG interface: Ga
------Online charging system OCS
Interface-Gy
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Handover Action of switching a call in progress from one radio channel to anothe
r to secure the continuity of an established call.