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Alcatel-Lucent 9768

Metro Radio Outdoor | LR13.3L

Maintenance and Troubleshooting

9YZ-05817-0061-REZZA

Issue 3 | October 2014

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Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Alcatel-Lucent and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Alcatel-Lucent without its written authorization.

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Contents

About this document Purpose

xixi

What's new

xixi

Intended audience

xixi

Supported systems

xixi

How to use this document

xiixii

Safety information

xiixii

Conventions used

xiixii

Related information

xivxiv

Document support

xvixvi

Technical support

xvixvi

How to order

xvixvi

How to comment

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1 Safety

Structure of safety statements

1-11-1

General safety considerations

1-31-3

Specific safety hazards

1-41-4

2 Maintenance

Overview

2-12-1

Preventive care

2-22-2

Corrective maintenance

2-42-4

3 Fault management features

Overview

3-13-1

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Contents

 

Fault management architecture

3-23-2

Fault management process

3-33-3

Remote management interfaces

3-43-4

Local device diagnostics

3-63-6

4

Alarm handling

 

Overview

4-14-1

 

Alarm-triggering event types

4-24-2

Non-alarmed events

4-44-4

Procedure 4-1: To view alarm definitions

4-64-6

Procedure 4-2: To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

4-94-9

5

Replacement

 

Overview

5-15-1

 

Functional description

5-35-3

Physical properties

5-65-6

9768

MRO AC power system

5-105-10

9768

MRO DC power system

5-115-11

SFP module for optical interface

5-125-12

7705

SAR-O for multiple 9768 MRO connections

5-135-13

Procedure 5-1: To replace the SFP transceiver

5-155-15

Procedure 5-2: To replace the 9768 MRO

5-225-22

A

Document issue history

 

Overview

A-1A-1

 

Reissue history

A-2A-2

Index

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List of tables

1

Document changes from LR13.1.L (Issue 3, May 2014)

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2

Terminology

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1-1

Signal words for hazard severity

1-21-2

1-2

RF safe distance for different power levels

1-41-4

3-1

LED interpretations

3-63-6

5-1

9768 MRO model radome size availability

5-85-8

5-2

Dimensions of 9768 MRO model with higher radome size

5-85-8

5-3

Dimensions of 9768 MRO model with lower radome size

5-85-8

5-4

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO model weight

5-95-9

5-5

AC power system wiring color codes

5-105-10

5-6

DC power system wiring color codes

5-115-11

5-7

LED interpretations

5-375-37

A-1

Issue 2, August 2014, What's new

A-2A-2

A-2

Issue 1, June 2014, What's new

A-2A-2

A-3

Issue 3, May 2014, What's new

A-3A-3

A-4

Issue 2, December 2013, What's new

A-3A-3

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List of figures

1-1

Structure of safety statements

1-11-1

5-1

9768 MRO connection configurations

5-45-4

5-2

Possible system SISO configurations

5-55-5

5-3

Form factor - 9768 MRO B13 models

5-65-6

5-4

Form factor - 9768 MRO B4 model

5-65-6

5-5

9768 MRO connectors

5-75-7

5-6

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 Service Aggregation Router-Optical

5-135-13

5-7

Fiber optic cable, connected

5-175-17

5-8

Fiber optic cable, connected and sheathed

5-175-17

5-9

CPRI-S SFP port, cable connected

5-175-17

5-10

CPRI-S SFP port, exposed

5-185-18

5-11

Fiber optic cable, connector components separated

5-185-18

5-12

CPRI-S connector, uncovered

5-195-19

5-13

FullAXS cable, connector components separated

5-195-19

5-14

CPRI-S SFP port, exposed

5-205-20

5-15

CPRI-S SFP port, LC connected

5-205-20

5-16

FullAXS cable, inner connector body in place

5-205-20

5-17

FullAXS cable, connected and watertight

5-215-21

5-18

Power cable, connected

5-245-24

5-19

Power interface, uncapped

5-245-24

5-20

Fiber optic cable, connected

5-255-25

5-21

Fiber optic cable, connected and sheathed

5-255-25

5-22

CPRI-S SFP port, cable connected

5-265-26

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List of figures

5-23

CPRI-S SFP port, exposed

5-265-26

5-24

Fiber optic cable, connector components separated

5-275-27

5-25

CPRI-S connector, uncovered

5-275-27

5-26

Location of lower screw

5-295-29

5-27

Ears of the wall-mount bracket

5-305-30

5-28

Upper screws for attachment to wall-mount bracket

5-315-31

5-29

Bracket ears of the wall-mount bracket

5-325-32

5-30

Location of lower screw

5-335-33

5-31

FullAXS cable, connector components separated

5-345-34

5-32

CPRI-S SFP port, exposed

5-345-34

5-33

CPRI-S SFP port, LC connected

5-355-35

5-34

FullAXS cable, inner connector body in place

5-355-35

5-35

FullAXS cable, connected and watertight

5-355-35

5-36

Security cover front attachment

5-365-36

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List of procedures

4 Alarm handling

4-1

To view alarm definitions

4-64-6

4-2

To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

4-94-9

5 Replacement

5-1

To replace the SFP transceiver

5-155-15

5-2

To replace the 9768 MRO

5-225-22

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AboutAboutthis document

Purpose

this document

The purpose of this document is to provide the maintenance and troubleshooting procedures that an operator can perform when a failure occurs in the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor (9768 MRO) product.

What's new

The major changes introduced in this issue of the document are described in the following paragraphs. Changes introduced in prior issues of the document are shown in Appendix A, “Document issue history”.

Document changes from the previous software release

The document changes from LR13.1.L are shown in the following table.

Table 1 Document changes from LR13.1.L (Issue 3, May 2014)

Feature/enhancement

Description

Location

Document changes

Related information table

Updated the “Related information” with labels in the “At this location” column.

“Related information” (p. xiv)

Intended audience

The audience of this document is operations and maintenance personnel who implement or maintain the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor.

Supported systems

This document applies to the following product variants:

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B13 (with integrated antenna)

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B13 (without integrated antenna)

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B4 (without integrated antenna)

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How to use this document

To provide the guidance listed under “Purpose” (p. xi), this document is organized to deliver safety considerations first, then provide

an overview of maintenance concepts. See Chapter 2, “Maintenance”.

discussions of

– how fault management for the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO is performed. See Chapter 3, “Fault management features”.

– the documentation that defines the alarms and events that the management application will reveal about deployed Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO units. See “Alarm-triggering event types” (p. 4-2).

procedures for replacing the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO. See Chapter 5, “Replacement”.

Safety information

For your safety, this document contains safety statements. Safety statements are given at points where risks of damage to personnel, equipment, and operation may exist. Failure to follow the directions in a safety statement may result in serious consequences.

Conventions used

Vocabulary conventions

The following vocabulary conventions are also used when referring to Alcatel-Lucent products:

Table 2 Terminology

Term

Description/Meaning

9768

MRO B13

Refers to Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B13 (with integrated antenna) or Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B13 (without integrated antenna).

9768

MRO B4

Refers to Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B4 (without integrated antenna).

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor

Refers to 9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna), 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) or 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna).

9768

MRO

Refers to Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor or Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO.

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Typographical conventions

The typographical conventions used in this document are described in the following table.

Appearance

Description

emphasis

Text that is emphasized

document titles

Titles of books or other documents

graphical user interface text

Text that is displayed in a graphical user interface

variables

A value or command-line parameter that the user provides

Technical conventions

Lengths and other measurements are given in metric units, with non-metric units given as equivalents for use in non-metric markets.

For manufactured parts, the following system of conventions is used:

Metric sizes of nuts, bolts, flat washers, and lock washers are identified by an uppercase letter M followed immediately by a size in millimeters (example: M10)

American fractional sizes of nuts, bolts, anchor bolts, and washers are identified by a number followed immediately by a double apostrophe (example: 3/8"). In the case of lengths measured in feet, “2 feet” is used rather than “2'” so that the single apostrophe is not overlooked.

The illustrations in this document do not contain all details and exceptions, but are intended to highlight main points. Dimensions are usually shown in millimeters, with inches in parenthesis. As an example, 680.0 (26.77) equals 680 millimeters or 26.77 inches.

Wire gauges are specified in metric units. Equivalent sizes in the American Wire Gauge (AWG) system are given in the following table:

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Related information

For information on subjects related to this product, refer to the documents listed in the following table. Where applicable, click on the, “At this location” link. On the resulting Online Customer Support (OLCS) product or solution page, select “Manuals and Guides” to access the document.

Refer to this document

At this location

For more information on

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor Technical Description,

hardware and system architecture, software

(

architecture and functionality, FCAPS, and local diagnostics.

9YZ-05817-0060-DEZZA

)

 

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager R1 LTE Release Description

the contents of the SAM release and descriptions of the features of LTE network elements and the LTE network management features that SAM Release 11.0 R1 introduces.

 

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager LTE RAN User Guide

configuring policies for Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO event logging and trap processing; and an overview of Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO troubleshooting.

 

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager User Guide

configuring alarm policies and using the alarms window.

(Release 12.0 R1)

 

Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Alarms and Events Reference Guide

definitions of the individual alarms and events that SAM receives from the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO and alarm-specific corrective actions.

 

Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide

how to access eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) from SAM and how to use the NEM device commissioning wizard.

 

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Refer to this document

At this location

For more information on

Alcatel-Lucent ARD-0546-RTU RF Transceiver Unit External Software Description,

subject to non-disclosure agreement and available from Alcatel-Lucent representatives.

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO status indicators and alarms that the connected Alcatel-Lucent 9926 d2U Base Band Unit reports on

behalf of the Alcatel-Lucent

9768

MRO.

Remote Radio Head Technical Description,

remote radio heads (RRHs).

9YZ-03991-0202-DEZZA

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager Supervision Module User Guide

conceptual and procedural description of setups for collecting, retaining, and displaying alarms sent by the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO.

(Release 12.0 R1)

Library for LTE End-to-End Solution

the full collection of documents in the LTE

 

collection.

9768 Metro Radio Outdoor V1.0 & V2.0-B13 Model Offer Provisioning Guide,

LTE/IRC/APP/038172

subject to non-disclosure agreement and available from Alcatel-Lucent representatives.

the different Alcatel-Lucent

9768

MRO hardware

configurations, related provisioning rules, and SLI codes.

FDD eNodeB - LR13.3.L - Product Engineering Guide,

subject to non-disclosure agreement and available from Alcatel-Lucent representatives.

the different Alcatel-Lucent LTE eNodeB hardware configurations and the related engineering rules and guidelines.

LTE/IRC/APP/028320

CPRI CWDM APPLICATION OF OPTICAL OADM IN ENODEB - MOPG,

subject to non-disclosure agreement and available from Alcatel-Lucent representatives

the Alcatel-Lucent 7705 Service Aggregation Router-Optical product overview and CPRI Multiplexing topologies and ordering codes.

LTE/BTS/APP/042535

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Refer to this document

At this location

For more information on

Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR-O CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE R6.0.R4

subject to non-disclosure agreement and available from Alcatel-Lucent representatives

the overview of the Alcatel-Lucent 7705 Service Aggregation Router-Optical (7705 SAR-O) chassis, procedures for installing and grounding the unit for a pole mount or wall mount, and procedures for cabling the unit.

Document support

For support in using this or any other Alcatel-Lucent document, contact Alcatel-Lucent at the following telephone numbers.

From United States

If you are using a landline, a cellular phone or VoIP, dial this number: 1-888-582-3688

From other countries

If you are using a cellular phone or VoIP, dial this number: +1-630-224-2485

If you are using a landline (phone without a plus [+] character), replace the plus sign with your country's exit code. Dial this number: Exit code for the country of origin:

1-630-224-2485. See the country-specific exit codes listed here.

These numbers apply for document support only. Please see the section “Technical support” for details about product hardware, software, and technical support.

Technical support

For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the Alcatel-Lucent Support web site ( http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/support/) for contact information.

How to order

To order Alcatel-Lucent documents, contact your local sales representative or use Online Customer Support (OLCS) ( http://support.alcatel-lucent.com).

How to comment

To comment on this document, go to the Online Comment Form ( http://infodoc.alcatel- lucent.com/comments/) or e-mail your comments to the Comments Hotline

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1Safety

Structure of safety statements

Overview

This topic describes the components of safety statements that appear in this document.

General structure

Safety statements include the following structural elements:

Figure 1-1 Structure of safety statements

elements: Figure 1-1 Structure of safety statements CAUTION Lifting hazard Lifting this equipment by yourself
elements: Figure 1-1 Structure of safety statements CAUTION Lifting hazard Lifting this equipment by yourself

CAUTION

Lifting hazard

1-1 Structure of safety statements CAUTION Lifting hazard Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in

Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in injury

due to the size and weight of the equipment.

Always use three people or a lifting device to transport

and position this equipment.

a lifting device to transport and position this equipment. [ABC123] Item Structure element Purpose 1
a lifting device to transport and position this equipment. [ABC123] Item Structure element Purpose 1

[ABC123]

Item

Structure element

Purpose

1

Safety alert symbol

Indicates the potential for personal injury (optional)

2

Safety symbol

Indicates hazard type (optional)

3

Signal word

Indicates the severity of the hazard

4

Hazard type

Describes the source of the risk of damage or injury

5

Safety message

Consequences if protective measures fail

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Structure of safety statements

Item

Structure element

Purpose

6

Avoidance message

Protective measures to take to avoid the hazard

7

Identifier

The reference ID of the safety statement (optional)

Signal words

The signal words identify the hazard severity levels as follows:

Table 1-1 Signal words for hazard severity

Signal word

Meaning

DANGER

Indicates an extremely hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

NOTICE

Indicates a hazardous situation not related to personal injury.

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General safety considerations

Shock hazards

Safety General safety considerations Shock hazards WARNING Electric-shock hazard General safety considerations Some parts

WARNING

Electric-shock hazard

General safety considerations

Some parts of all electrical installations are energized. Failure to follow safe work practices and the safety warnings may lead to bodily injury and property damage.

For this reason, only trained and qualified personnel (electrical workers as defined in IEC 60215 or EN 60215 + A1 or in the National Electrical Code or in ANSI/NFPA No. 10) may install or service the installation.

ANSI/NFPA No. 10) may install or service the installation. WARNING Electric-shock hazard There is a danger

WARNING

Electric-shock hazard

There is a danger of electric shock if the grounding system is inadequate.

You must comply with the grounding requirements for the grounding system.

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Safety

Specific safety hazards

Human irradiation by RF transmissions

Specific safety hazards

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) establishes and from time to time revises guidelines for human exposure to RF electromagnetic fields in the USA. Its Office of Engineering and Technology then publishes these guidelines in bulletins to allow companies, such as Alcatel-Lucent, who develop products that transmit non-ionizing RF waves to calculate safe human exposure distances, based on a corresponding amount of time spent within those distances.

Safe separation distance

9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna)

The product complies with RF exposure limits of FCC Part 1.1310 Table 1 (B) Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure.

The equipment must be installed and operated with a minimum separation distance as stated in the following power levels and operational modes:

Table 1-2 RF safe distance for different power levels

Power input to antenna

RF safe distance from antenna for SISO mode

RF safe distance from MRO Radome for SISO mode

RF safe distance from antenna for 2x2 MIMO mode

RF safe distance from MRO Radome for 2x2 MIMO mode

1000 mW

8.8

inches (22.34

8.3

inches (21

12.4 inches (31.6

11.9 inches (30.3

cm)

cm)

cm)

cm)

500 mW

6.2

inches (15.8

5.7

inches (14.5

8.8 inches (22.34

8.3 inches (21

cm)

cm)

cm)

cm)

At greater distances from the 9768 MRO, any duration of exposure is considered safe.

9768 MRO B13 and 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna)

The maximum RF out power at the antenna terminal is 500 mW per transmit path.

In accordance with 47CFR1.1310, the criteria listed in table 1- Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) is used to evaluate the environmental impact of human exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation.

The evaluation is based on EIRP. For2x2 MIMO operation, the radiated power will be 2 x EIRP.

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Specific safety hazards

Hot Surface

 
  CAUTION
  CAUTION

CAUTION

Hot-surface hazard

The surfaces of the MRO can become hot enough to cause burns on unprotected skin. On the product label, the universal symbol for Hot Surface (shown here) emphasizes this hazard.

Before handling the unit, wait until its surfaces have cooled and, where the following conditions apply, ensure that it is mounted out of the public's reach.

For installations in ambient temperatures exceeding 115° F (46° C), surface temperature may exceed 158° F (70° C). In these situations, this equipment is intended for installation where access is restricted to only qualified service personnel.

Notice

 
  NOTICE

NOTICE

ESD hazard

Semiconductor devices can be damaged by electrostatic discharges (ESD)

The following rules must be complied with when handling any module containing semiconductor components:

Wear conductive or antistatic working clothes (for example, coat made of 100% cotton).

Wear a grounded wrist strap.

Wear shoes with conductive soles on a conductive floor surface or conductive work mat.

Leave the modules in their original packaging until ready for use.

Make sure there is no difference in potential between yourself, the workplace, and the packaging before removing, unpacking, or packing a module.

Whenever handling ESD-sensitive components, do not touch any connection pins or tracks.

Place modules removed from the equipment on a conductive surface.

Test or handle the module only with grounded tools on grounded equipment.

Handle defective modules exactly like new ones to avoid causing further damage.

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2Maintenance

Overview

Purpose

Contents

This chapter describes regular maintenance that protects the deployed Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor and where to find specific corrective steps when an alarm condition is raised in it.

Preventive care Corrective maintenance

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Maintenance

Preventive care

Keeping the cooling fins clear of debris

Preventive care

The Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor design ensures appropriate cooling by simple convection to relieve the heating that its components generate. However, this convection relies on the cooling fins in its enclosure remaining clear of debris. The operator of the 9768 MRO has the responsibility to keep animal infestation and other impediments, such as birds nests, from wedging into and blocking these fins.

Guarding against vandalism and sabotage

The typical deployment of an 9768 MRO is up out of human reach. Nevertheless and especially where this elevation is not achievable, definitive protection against disconnection from a determined intruder who would utilize common tools to breach the 9768 MRO cannot be guaranteed. Some form of watchfulness and enforcement to prevent tampering is strongly advised.

Occasionally checking the spectrum

Similarly advised is occasional spectrum analysis, which can detect rogue or incidental threats of RF interference that may degrade the 9768 MRO communications. Even where the sector exists within the physical span and secure control of the management of its venue, the extent of isolation may not guarantee unimpeded secure communications.

Another consideration is the extent to which non-radio sources may emit scattered RF waves that enter the band. Some examples are diodes in nearby equipment such as electronic displays. Where the exact positions of sources like these can change from time to time within the venue, periodic spectrum analysis may detect their influence on signals coming to and from the 9768 MRO.

Backing up the software

Use the eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) to back up the 9768 MRO software image and then as needed to restore it. For information on the NEM, see Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide. To find this document, see “Access to the eNodeB NEM user guide” (p. 4-10).

Backing up the database

Use the eNodeB NEM regularly to back up the 9768 MRO databases and then as needed to restore it. For information on the NEM, see Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide. To find this document, see “Access to the eNodeB NEM user guide” (p. 4-10).

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Maintenance

Performing software upgrades

Preventive care

When the 9768 MRO starts or restarts, the controller in the connected Alcatel-Lucent

9926 d2U Base Band Unit reads the filename and revision number of its currently running

software image. If it is not the expected image, then the controller similarly checks the inactive image that the 9768 MRO is storing. If this matches the expected version, then the controller commands the 9768 MRO to reboot itself using this image. If not, the controller sends information that specifies the version and instructs the 9768 MRO to use FTP to download it, and after confirmation that this has been done, commands a reboot with this image.

The network operator can help in this process by downloading a newer version to the

9768 MRO at any time while the unit is in operation. When new versions of the 9768

MRO software become available, use the eNodeB NEM to push those upgrades to these

9768 MROs in the network. For information on the NEM, see Alcatel-Lucent 9412

eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide. To find this document, see

“Access to the eNodeB NEM user guide” (p. 4-10).

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Maintenance

Corrective maintenance

Examining alarm files

Corrective maintenance

The Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM) provides a supervision application with a web interface that facilitates organizing and viewing the incoming alarms from the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor. This interface allows the operator to partition the elements into non-exclusive categories (supervision groups) and to configure KPI timers that define policies for how often to query the elements and how long to keep the data from their responses. After initial setup, the interface provides a dashboard for convenient monitoring of alarms from the elements. For information about using this supervision module, see the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager Supervision Module User Guide. To find this document, see “Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM supervision module user guide” (p. 4-13).

Source for steps to take

Corrective maintenance for an Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor is one or more steps to counter the condition that caused an alarm to fire. This action is specified by the row labeled Remedial action in the table that provides the alarm definition. Such tables are published under the name of the alarm in Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Alarms and Events Reference Guide. To find this document, see Procedure 4-1: “To view alarm definitions” (p. 4-6).

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Overview

Purpose

 

This chapter discusses

the design and high-level process of fault management for the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor

the management applications available to

– receive its alarms.

– query its events and statistical data.

– download as many as two software images to it.

its self-diagnostic indications, which can be queried from the management application.

Contents

Fault management architecture Fault management process Remote management interfaces Local device diagnostics

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Fault management architecture

FM tasks

Fault management architecture

The monitoring and response tasks detect and analyze hardware, software, and network problems to inform the network operator, who then executes corrective maintenance procedures particular to the type of alarm that was triggered. The Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM) EMS detects failures as soon as they occur and limits their impacts upon the network QoS.

Management transactions

To support communication with a maintenance terminal, the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor uses an IP address in the form 10. xx.yy.zz/8 , where xx.yy.zz are set equal to the last three bytes of its MAC address. This address is available on the local maintenance port and the link interfaces.

The Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO sends its user alarms and separate event messages delivering measured attribute values to the Alcatel-Lucent 9926 d2U Base Band Unit with whose controller it has both an uplink and a downlink CPRI Ethernet interface. The 9926 d2U Base Band Unit in turn passes those alarms and events, along with its own, to the SAM EMS.

In addition to these, some events that reflect problems with the 9768 MRO are detected by the 9926 d2U Base Band Unit and autonomously passed to SAM. These include a loss of power to the 9768 MRO and a loss of CPRI link to it.

SAM EMS provides the following fault management functions for the network:

requesting, receiving, and logging event messages about the 9768 MRO

receiving unsolicited notifications about the 9768 MRO and converting some of those into alarms

correlating these alarms with associated data

displaying them, as well as lesser event messages, in the SAM user interface.

If one of the two transmit paths in the 9768 MRO goes down, the 9926 d2U Base Band Unit instructs the unit, without SAM or network operator initiative, to switch itself to single transmit path mode.

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How faults are relayed

Fault management process

Fault management is based on retrieval and analysis of unsolicited messages about a software or hardware fault or about a change of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor state or of the value of one of its attributes. The attribute can be either configurable, in which case the message implies that the operator should confirm that the change was authorized, or statistical, in which case the operator should watch for trends toward the threshold or an alarm that the threshold has been crossed. These messages identify themselves to the EMS as either notifications (SNMP traps) or events:

A trap typically triggers the EMS to generate an alarm that either warns the network operators about a malfunction or informs them about a change. Based on the ID of the alarm, documentation recommends a specific maintenance task.

An event delivers a record of something that occurred and met the criteria to be captured in a log, where each event is time-stamped to make it useful in case it is subsequently related to one or more other events or an alarm. The EMS maintains the log and can display it to the user interface. An example of the usefulness of the log is where events, none of which were sufficiently serious to have triggered a trap to SAM, reflect as a collection of events a degenerative or abnormal repetitive condition that may require a maintenance task to correct. Thus the log benefits the operator in two ways: by implying that preemptive or preventive action is needed and by telling the history that underlies the condition for which the EMS has generated an alarm.

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Remote management interfaces

5620 SAM EMS

Remote management interfaces

The Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM) supports discovery, configuration, and management of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor. 5620 SAM supports remote operations upon the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO to

set its attribute values

view its position in the network

monitor its equipment functions

flag any state change

collect and display its performance management statistics

collect and examine its alarms and events.

Optionally, 5620 SAM allows the operator to configure connection to the eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) server, download the NEM client application, and open an NEM client session from the 5620 SAM client interface. For more information about NEM, see “eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM)” (p. 3-4).

For information on the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM EMS, see

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager LTE RAN User Guide. To find this document, see “Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM user guides” (p. 4-9).

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager User Guide. To find this document, see “Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM user guides” (p. 4-9).

Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager | Release 11.1 LTE LR6.0.1 Release Description (the release notes associated with that release). To find this document, see “Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM release description” (p. 4-12).

eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM)

A eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) server facilitates OAM functions by downloading the corresponding NEM application software to any PC and making 9768 MRO data available to the PC or to an EMS. The NEM supports the same interface protocols implemented in the 9768 MRO: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and Network Configuration Protocol (NetConf) at the management application layer, and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and Secure FTP (SFTP).

NEM supports local and remote operations upon the 9768 MRO to

set its attribute values

update its software

reset (commission) its attributes to a reference configuration

view its position in the network from a root, tree, rack, or logical perspective

examine its alarms and events.

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For more information on the NEM, see Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide . To find this document, see “Access to the eNodeB NEM user guide” (p. 4-10).

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Local device diagnostics

LED indicators

Local device diagnostics

On the bottom of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO, a single visible LED provides local diagnostic indications. The LED indications have specific meanings, as defined in the following table:

Table 3-1 LED interpretations

If the LED is

then the indication is that

not lit at all

the 9768 MRO is not powered.

steady-lit green

the 9768 MRO is powered, its RF functions are enabled, and its links with the 9926 d2U Base Band Unit are active.

blinking green

the 9768 MRO is not transmitting.

steady-lit yellow

the slave link between this 9768 MRO and the next 9768 MRO in a daisy-chained configuration has a fault. Where a daisy chain is not implemented (as in the initial release of this product, which does not support daisy chaining), this LED condition will not be seen.

blinking yellow

a

download of firmware is occurring.

steady-lit red

 

either

the system is in its initial power-up state

a major non-recoverable hardware failure in the 9768 MRO is occurring, and it must be replaced.

blinking red

recoverable error is occurring. For example, the temperature is out of range or an antenna fault exists.

a

However, there are only two field-replaceable units associated with this product; the SFP and the entire Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO.

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4Alarm handling

Overview

Purpose

This chapter generalizes how the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor alarms and events are defined and provides step-by-step procedures for accessing the documents that define them and that describe the management interface and its capabilities.

Contents

Alarm-triggering event types Non-alarmed events Procedure 4-1: To view alarm definitions Procedure 4-2: To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

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Alarm-triggering event types

How alarms are categorized

Alarm-triggering event types

Each trap that the EMS receives about the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor has one of the following alarm types:

equipment

processingError

How corrective actions are documented

Full descriptions of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO alarms are provided in Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Alarms and Events Reference Guide. For each alarm, the document referenced here associates the following information:

unique ID of the alarm type. This ID is iterated as the first portion of the heading that introduces the documentation of the particular alarm.

object class. For 9768 MRO, the object class is ENBEquipment/FRU.

object type. This is a categorization of the equipment type to which the alarm is calling attention. For 9768 MRO alarms, the object type is RRH.

alarm type. This categorizes the alarm into one of the types that are listed under “How alarms are categorized” (p. 4-2) above.

probable cause. This field is populated by a brief expression formed from two to seven words compounded and intended to summarize the problem. It distinguishes one “probable cause” from another, but does not suggest a troubleshooting strategy to isolate the exact cause. Any of the following probable causes can be indicated for a 9768 MRO alarm:

– equipmentMalfunction

– softwareError

– configurationOrCustomizationError

severity. This is a characteristic of the trap and it is the default severity in SAM. However, the SAM operator (presuming a sufficient level of permission) may configure SAM to present the alarm as a severity that differs from the severity of the received trap. Each severity has a specific meaning:

CRITICAL indicates that a service affecting condition has occurred, and an immediate corrective action is required.

MAJOR indicates that a service affecting condition has developed, and an urgent corrective action is required.

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Minor indicates that a non-service affecting fault condition has been detected, and a corrective action should be performed to prevent a more serious fault.

Warning indicates that a potential or impending service-affecting fault has been detected, and a corrective action should be performed before a significant effect is observed.

impact on operation. This describes the effect(s) of the condition that triggered the trap, but also may provide additional information that

– narrows troubleshooting.

– is not provided in any of the other fields of the alarm documentation.

reason. This summarizes one or more specific occurrences that the trap was engineered to fire upon detection. The text of this field is iterated between the heading and the table whose rows present the text for each of these fields.

remedial action. This is typically cast in the imperative and constitutes sequential, though typically unnumbered, steps to isolate and fix the problem that triggered the trap. These are what this current document refers to as corrective actions.

product releases that can trigger the trap. An example of where this information can be useful is where multiple elements, but not all that operate in a segment of the network that seems to have a problem, are sending the same trap in the same time frame. The elements that are not sending the trap may be operating on a release that does not support the trap, even as they may be affected by the same network problem.

first release that supported the trap. This is typically of no more than historical interest.

The most helpful fields are Reason , Impact on eNodeB operation , and Remedial Action .

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Non-alarmed events

How events are categorized

Non-alarmed events

Each non-alarmed Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor event has one of the following types:

equipment

processingError

qualityOfService

How events are documented

Full descriptions of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO events are provided in Alcatel-Lucent 9412 eNodeB Alarms and Events Reference Guide. For each event, the document referenced here associates the following information:

unique ID of the event type. This ID is iterated as the first portion of the heading that introduces the documentation of the particular event.

object class. For 9768 MRO events, the object class is ENBEquipment/FRU.

object type. This is a categorization of the equipment type to which the alarm is calling attention. For 9768 MRO events, the object type is RRH.

alarm type. This categorizes the event into one of the types that are listed under“How events are categorized” (p. 4-4) above.

probable cause. This field is populated by a brief expression formed from two to seven words compounded and intended to summarize the problem. It distinguishes

one “probable cause” from another, but does not suggest a troubleshooting strategy to isolate the exact cause. Any of the following probable causes can be indicated for a

9768 MRO event:

– equipmentMalfunction

– softwareError

– operatorCommand

impact on operation. This describes the effect(s) of the condition that caused the event to be logged, but also may provide additional information that

– narrows troubleshooting.

– is not provided in any of the other fields of the event documentation.

reason. This summarizes one or more specific occurrences that the event was engineered to record. The text of this field is iterated between the heading and the table whose rows present the text for each of these fields.

remedial action. This is typically cast in the imperative and constitutes sequential, though typically unnumbered, steps to isolate and fix the problem that caused the

9768 MRO to log the event. These are what this current document refers to as

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Non-alarmed events

product releases that can log the event.

first release that supported the event. This is typically of no more than historical interest.

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Procedure 4-1: To view alarm definitions

Procedure 4-1: To view alarm definitions

Access to alarms documentation

To view the descriptions for Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor alarms, perform the following steps:

1 In the URL text box of your browser of choice, enter the link address http://alu.tl/9oz

Result: The web page titled 9412 eNodeB opens.

2 If there is no key icon next to Manuals and Guides , advance now to Step 9. If there is a

you are not

key icon and a companion message at the bottom of the web page, stating “

entitled to access

Login,” perform Step 3 through Step 8.

review

your Support options . If you are a registered user, please

3 Click the Sign In/Register (MyAccess) link at the top of the web page.

4 Log in with the credentials you have been given for documentation access.

Result: If the login succeeded, then a web page opens to the instruction “Select default home page.” The selectable pages are Customer Support(OLCS) and My Alcatel-Lucent.

5 Select the radio button for Customer Support(OLCS) .

6 Click the Submit button.

7 In the URL text box of your browser of choice, once again enter http://alu.tl/9oz

Result: The web page titled 9412 eNodeB opens.

8 Click your browser's refresh button.

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Result: The key icons disappear and the links on the page become hot.

9

Under Documentation and downloads , click Manuals and Guides .

Result: A web page titled Library of Manuals and Guides for 9412 eNodeB opens.

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Under Release , use the drop-down menu to select the applicable software release.

Result: The screen refreshes.

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Under Content Type , leave Manuals and Guides selected.

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Under What would you like to do or know , type Alarms and Events into the

text box.

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Under Sort by , leave Title selected.

14

Under Search by , select the Title radio button.

15

Under Model/Subgroup , leave All selected.

16

Click the Go button.

Note: When the screen refreshes, the title of the target document as listed is 9412 eNodeB Alarms and Events Reference Guide.

17

Under Format in the table of results, right-click html or pdf to specify your preferred output format for the downloaded book.

Note: The filtered results do not list file sizes. The target document may be 4 MB or larger.

18

To open the book for viewing, select your browser's equivalent of Open in New Window or, to download the book to your local device, select your browser's equivalent of Save Target As .

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Procedure 4-2: To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM user guides

To view the user guide for the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM), perform the following steps:

1 In the URL text box of your browser of choice, enter the link address

https://infoproducts.alcatel-lucent.com/aces/cgi-bin/dbaccessproddoc.cgi.edit?entryId=1-

2 Log in with the credentials you have been given for documentation access.

Result: The web page titled Library of Manuals and Guides for 5620 SAM (Service Aware Manager) opens.

3 Under Release , use the drop-down menu to select the applicable software release

Result: The screen refreshes.

4 Under Content Type , leave Manuals and Guides selected.

5 Under What would you like to do or know , type LTE RAN User Guide into

the text box.

6 Under Sort by , leave Title selected.

7 Under Search by , select the Title radio button.

8 Under Model/Subgroup , leave All selected.

9 Click the Go button.

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Procedure 4-2: To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

Result: When the screen refreshes, the titles of the target documents are listed (for example, 5620 SAM Release 10.0 R5 LTE RAN User Guide or 5620 SAM Release 11.1 User Guide ).

10 Under Format in the table of results, right-click pdf next to 5620 SAM Release LTE RAN User Guide .

Note: The filtered results do not list file sizes. The target document may be 4 MB or larger.

11 To open the book for viewing, select your browser's equivalent of Open in New Window or, to download the book to your local device, select your browser's equivalent of Save Target As .

12 When you are finished, click Log Out under your user name at the top of the web page.

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Access to the eNodeB NEM user guide

To view the user guide for the eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM), perform the following steps:

1 In the URL text box of your browser of choice, enter the link address http://alu.tl/9oz

Result: The web page titled 9412 eNodeB opens.

2 If there is no key icon next to Manuals and Guides , advance now to Step 9. If there is a

you are not

key icon and a companion message at the bottom of the web page, stating “

entitled to access

Login,” perform Step 3 through Step 8.

review

your Support options . If you are a registered user, please

3 Click the Sign In/Register (MyAccess) link at the top of the web page.

4 Log in with the credentials you have been given for documentation access.

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Result: If the login succeeded, then a web page opens to the instruction “Select default home page.” The selectable pages are Customer Support(OLCS) and My Alcatel-Lucent.

5

Select the radio button for Customer Support(OLCS) .

6

Click the Submit button.

7

In the URL text box of your browser of choice, once again enter http://alu.tl/9oz.

Result: The web page titled 9412 eNodeB opens.

8

Click your browser's refresh button.

Result: The key icons disappear and the links on the page become hot.

9

Under Documentation and downloads , click Manuals and Guides .

Result: A web page titled Library of Manuals and Guides for 9412 eNodeB opens.

10

Under Release , use the drop-down menu to select the applicable software release.

Result: The screen refreshes.

11

Under Content Type , leave Manuals and Guides selected.

12

Under What would you like to do or know , type network element manager user guide into the text box.

13

Under Sort by , leave Title selected.

14

Under Search by , select the Title radio button.

15

Under Model/Subgroup , leave All selected.

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Note: When the screen refreshes, the title of the target document as listed is 9412 eNodeB Network Element Manager (NEM) User Guide.

17 Under Format in the table of results, right-click html or pdf to specify your preferred output format for the downloaded book.

Note: The filtered results do not list file sizes. The target document may be 4 MB or larger.

18 To open the book for viewing, select your browser's equivalent of Open in New Window or, to download the book to your local device, select your browser's equivalent of Save Target As .

Note: Even if you selected pdf , then the document may download as rtf (rich text format).

19 When you are finished, click Log Out under your user name at the top of the web page.

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Access to the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM release description

To view the release documentation for the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service Aware Manager (SAM), perform the following steps:

1 In the URL text box of your browser of choice, enter the link address

https://infoproducts.alcatel-lucent.com/aces/cgi-bin/dbaccessproddoc.cgi.edit?entryId=1-

2 Log in with the credentials you have been given for documentation access.

Result: The web page titled Library of Manuals and Guides for 5620 SAM (Service Aware Manager) opens.

3 Under Release , use the drop-down menu to select the appropriate software release.

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Result: The screen refreshes.

Procedure 4-2: To view Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM documentation

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Under Content Type , use the drop-down menu to select Release Information .

5

Under What would you like to do or know , type LTE into the text box.

6

Under Sort by , leave Title selected.

7

Under Search by , select the Title radio button.

8

Under Model/Subgroup , leave All selected.

9

Click the Go button.

Result: When the screen refreshes, the title of the target document as listed is 5620 SAM Release 10.0 R5 LTE Release Description.

10

Under Format in the table of results, right-click pdf .

11

To open the book for viewing, select your browser's equivalent of Open in New Window or, to download the book to your local device, select your browser's equivalent of Save Target As .

Note: The document may download as rtf (rich text format).

12

When you are finished, click Log Out under your user name at the top of the web page.

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To view the release documentation for the Service Aware Manager (SAM), perform the following steps:

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1

In the URL text box of your browser of choice, enter the link address

https://infoproducts.alcatel-lucent.com/aces/cgi-bin/dbaccessproddoc.cgi.edit?entryId=1-

2

Log in with the credentials you have been given for documentation access.

Result: The web page titled Library of Manuals and Guides for 5620 SAM (Service Aware Manager) opens.

3

Under Release , use the drop-down menu to select the applicable software release.

Result: The screen refreshes.

4

Under Content Type , use the drop-down menu to select Manuals and Guides .

5

Under What would you like to do or know , type supervision module into

the text box.

6

Under Sort by , leave Title selected.

7

Under Search by , select the Title radio button.

8

Under Model/Subgroup , leave All selected.

9

Click the Go button.

Result: When the screen refreshes, the title of the target document as listed (for example, 5620 SAM Release 11.0 Supervision Module User Guide).

10

Under Format in the table of results, right-click pdf .

11

To open the book for viewing, select your browser's equivalent of Open in New Window or, to download the book to your local device, select your browser's equivalent of Save Target As .

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12 When you are finished, click Log Out under your user name at the top of the web page.

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Overview

Purpose

 

This section provides

a description of the physical features of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor (9768 MRO)

a description of the 9768 MRO AC power system (9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna) model, 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) model and 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna) model)

a description of the 9768 MRO DC power system (9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) model and 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna) model)

a description of the SFP module

procedural steps for the following activities:

– replacing the SFP transceiver.

– replacing the entire 9768 MRO

Note: If the 9768 MRO has to be replaced, contact Alcatel-Lucent technical support to configure the correct uplink gain setting. See the Alcatel-Lucent support web site ( http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/support/) for contact information.

Contents

Functional description Physical properties

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MRO AC power system

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MRO DC power system

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SFP module for optical interface

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SAR-O for multiple 9768 MRO connections

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Overview

Procedure 5-2: To replace the 9768 MRO

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Functional description

General description

Functional description

The Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor (9768 MRO) is a next-generation radio based on the Alcatel-Lucent lightRadio™ cube that brings together the latest innovations in antennas, amplifiers and transceivers to minimize size and improve radio frequency (RF) performance. The 9768 MRO is a single technology/LTE FDD radio for distributed RAN with an integrated directional antenna extending coverage indoors and outdoors.

The 9768 MRO is a key component of an LTE heterogeneous network. It is designed to be deployed as an overlay in areas covered by LTE macro eNodeBs. The 9768 MRO models operate in two Bands in 3GPP, Band 13 (Upper 700 MHz C Block) and Band 4 (in AWS frequency A-F Blocks). The 9768 MRO is a cost-effective solution to achieve a 5-bar coverage and capacity to both indoor and outdoor locations.

Product features and attributes Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna)

The product features and capabilities in this release are:

Supports single Long Term Evolution (LTE) carrier and sector

Facilitates increased throughput and reduced interference leading to a higher degree of sectorization and greater power efficiency

High transmit power: Two 700 MHz (3GPP band XIII) transmit paths of upto 500 mW conducted output power at each path. It supports the full capacity of the Alcatel-Lucent 9926 Base Band Unit (9926 BBU) and future compatible baseband products

Integrated antennas support two path Rx diversity and 2x2 MIMO enabled by cross-polarization

Cross-polarization is only in case of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna) with integrated antennas.

Supports CPRI daisy chaining (supported in the future software releases)

AC powered

Two CPRI interfaces

Two power amplifiers (one per transmit path)

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Functional description

Alcatel-Lucent 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna)

The 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) has the same features as the 9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna) except:

The integrated antennas are replaced with external antenna connector ports (connector type is 4.1/9.5 MiniDIN).

It is available as AC powered or DC powered.

It can be configured as SISO (to interface with a DAS).

9768 Metro Radio Outdoor B4 (without integrated antenna)

The 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna) has same features as 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) except:

It operates in Band 4 in AWS frequency from blocks A to F.

It is available as AC powered or DC powered.

It supports carrier bandwidths of 10 MHz and 20 MHz.

9768 MRO connection configurations

All the 9768 MRO models support SISO, SIMO and MIMO connection configurations.

The following figures show the different connection configurations supported in 9768 MRO.

Figure 5-1 9768 MRO connection configurations

in 9768 MRO. Figure 5-1 9768 MRO connection configurations Note: • MIMO is shown for comparison.

Note:

MIMO is shown for comparison.

The site’s Commissioning Work Order (WO) determines which configuration is used.

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The following figure shows the possible 9768 MRO system SISO configurations:

Figure 5-2 Possible system SISO configurations

Figure 5-2 Possible system SISO configurations Deployment scenarios The 9768 MRO can be deployed in optimal

Deployment scenarios

The 9768 MRO can be deployed in optimal coverage areas by one person to provide coverage and capacity, both indoors and outdoors. The 9768 MRO deployment increases spectral efficiency with reduced sensitivity to fading, providing faster data connections, and higher data throughput. The 9768 MRO optimizes the use of the 9926 BBU digital assets, by sharing the 9926 BBU with other macro and metro cells.

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Form factor

Physical properties

The form factor of the Alcatel-Lucent 9768 Metro Radio Outdoor models are as shown in following figure.

Figure 5-3 Form factor - 9768 MRO B13 models

figure. Figure 5-3 Form factor - 9768 MRO B13 models Figure 5-4 Form factor - 9768
figure. Figure 5-3 Form factor - 9768 MRO B13 models Figure 5-4 Form factor - 9768

Figure 5-4 Form factor - 9768 MRO B4 model

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9768 MRO connectors

The following image shows the 9768 MRO connectors:

Figure 5-5 9768 MRO connectors

Physical properties

Figure 5-5 9768 MRO connectors Physical properties Legend:   9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna) 1

Legend:

 

9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna)

1

Power connector

2

CPRI ports

3

Ground points

4

LED

 

9768 MRO B13 and 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna)

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Power connector

6

CPRI ports

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LED

8

Antenna connector ports

9

Ground points

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Dimensions

Physical properties

The 9768 MRO models are available in the following dimensions or radome sizes:

Low

High

The following table shows the available dimensions for different 9768 MRO models:

Table 5-1 9768 MRO model radome size availability

 

9768 MRO model

Dimensions

 

Low

High

9768

MRO B13 (with integrated antenna)

No

Yes

9768

MRO B13 (without integrated

Yes

Yes

antenna)

9768

MRO B4 (without integrated antenna)

Yes

No

Note: The 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) model in lower dimensions will be available for order only from Q4 2014.

The following table shows dimensions of 9768 MRO B13 (with integrated antenna) and 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) models with higher radome size:

Table 5-2 Dimensions of 9768 MRO model with higher radome size

Width

6.8

inches (173 mm) wide

Height

17.9

inches (454 mm) high

Depth

7.9

inches (200 mm) deep

Depth with wall-mount bracket

13 inches (332 mm) deep with the adjustable wall-mount bracket

9.4

inches (240 mm) deep with

the stationary wall mount bracket.

The following table shows the dimensions of 9768 MRO B13 (without integrated antenna) and 9768 MRO B4 (without integrated antenna) models with lower radome size:

Table 5-3 Dimensions of 9768 MRO model with lower radome size

Width

6.8

inches (173 mm) wide