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MBO2 Cabinet

AGC Card

Control and alarm cable connections (Top)


ABIS Cable (Bottom)
TRE Card

AGC and TRE jumper cable arrangement


Mount a Cabinet

Sequence of Task
Transport a Cabinet

Handle by Crane
Anchor Bolt
Connect Power Cables at BTS Side

Connect the power cables at the BTS side:

1. Remove the AC area protection.

2. Prepare the head of the AC cable:

Strip the cable

Cut the cable shielding

Apply the 10 cm shrink sleeve

Insert the lug pin on the end cable

Cut a notch in the upper part of the AC area protection

3. Connect the power supply cable to the AC switch board. If required by the site

documentation, the equipment can be cabled in a 1-phase system or 3-phase system.

For 1 phase system :

The two wires from breakers L2 and L3 are not


The clamp bridge in AC-out is present

For 3 phase system :

The two wires from breakers L2 and L3 are present

The clamp bridge in AC-out is not present

4. Fit the AC area protection.


Connect PCM Cables at BTS Side

Connect PCM Cables to Connection Area


The connection area is located between the side compartment and the BTS 1compartment.

The cables are connected on a screw terminal. The shielding braid is connected to GND by an
earthing clamp.

Connect the PCM cables to the connection area:


1. Screw the terminal Abis in the cable connection.
2. Screw the terminal Abis out cable.
75 Ohm Alcatel Lucent Cable
Connect and Label Antenna Jumpers

Connect and label the antenna jumpers:


1. Starting with the AZIMUT labeled on the antenna feeders, use the criteria
sheet of the site documentation to connect and label the jumpers.
2. Tighten with the specific tightening tool
Hardware Configuration

Hardware Tools
Utility PC (BTS LMT) & Cable
Digital multimeter
Basic kit
Trace mobile
Software Tools
9100 BTS commissioning B10 in standalone mode package:
BTS NEM Software
BTS Software
BTS NEM User Guide

Before powering up the BTS


Ensure that The protective earth is connected to the equipment earth terminal .
The electrical power to the equipment is disconnected from the site power panel
Check or set the switch positions. Check that breakers are in the power OFF position
marked 0. If they are not, set them to the 0 position.
Power up the BTS and measure the Power Supply Voltage:
1. At the site power panel, check that the power supply line to the BTS is disconnected.
Result: The line is disconnected.
2. Remove the rubber protective caps from the power supply terminals (on the right, at
the top of the connection area)
3. Check that nothing can provoke a short circuit between the 0 and 48 V connectors.
4. At the site power panel, set up the power supply line, operate fuse holder 1 (e.g.: BS
X-1 in which X is the BTS rack number).
Result: The line is connected.
5. Check with the multimeter that the 0V and -48V voltages are on the right terminals
6. At the site power panel, disconnect the power supply line, operate the fuse holder.
Result: The line is disconnected.
7. Replace the rubber protective caps on the power supply terminals (rack top).
Check the power supply to the modules:
1. Check that all the TREs are set to ENABLE.
Result:TRE enabled
2. Power supply at the site power panel:
Connect line for BTS
Result:The line is connected
3. Set switches INT&DCOUT , SR1 to SR5 to ON (marked 1 position) in the
Result:The power SUM LEDs come on.

Install BTS NEM on PC


1. Start the LMT PC on which you want to install the BTS NEM
2. When Windows is operational, insert the CD-ROM containing the BTS NEM
software in the CD-ROM drive
3. Select the folder containig the BTS NEM software BTSWAXxx and double click on
BTSWAXxx.exe.
4. The "BTSNEM - xxxx Setup" window opens.
5. Click on [Next] to start the installation or click on [Cancel] to abort the installation.
6. A new window appears in which you must enter the destination folder.

7. Enter the name of the folder in which you want to place the BTS NEM installation
files.
8. Click on [Install] to continue with the installation or click on [Cancel] to abort the
installation.
9. The following window indicates that installation is in progress:
10. When the installation is completed, the completion window appears.

11. Click on [ Finish ].


The BTS NEM application is now installed. An BTS NEM icon appears on the LMT desktop
window.
Start the BTS NEM Software

To start the BTS NEM software:


1. Click on the Start menu item and follow the path:
Start -> Programs -> BTS -> BTSNEMxxxxx

The "BTS NEM Startup" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure

2. Enter your user name in the User Name field in the "BTS NEM Startupwindow.
3. Enter your password in the User Password field in the "BTS NEM Startup window.
4. If you want to set up the interface, click on [Interface Settings ] to display the"BTS Interface
settings" panel, as shown in the following figure.
5. In the "BTS Interface settings" window select the appropriate interface
6. If the RS232 serial interface is used select the appropriate COM Port
and Baudrate, as required.
7. Click on [ OK ] in the "BTS Interface settings" window.
8. Click on [ Connect ] in the "BTS NEM Startup" window
BTS General View

Tree Navigation View


This window contains general data specific to the selected BTS. All information displayed is
read-only. Select the tree navigation view to modify the BTS settings or parameters.
BTS Commissioning

To open the "BTS Commissioning" window, follow the menu path:


Configuration -> BTS Commissioning

Download Commissioning Software

To download the BTS software from BTS NEM:


1. From the menu bar, follow the menu path:
Configuration -> BTS Software Download The "Software Download" window
opens.

2. Select the required master file, the CPF file and the CODA file using the folder
icon
button.
3. Click on [ OK ] to start the software download.
4. When the download is finished click on [ OK ] in the "Download Status window.

The "Download Status" window is displayed. It shows the file which is being downloaded.

Note: When the commissioning software download is finished the [Start Commissioning] option
becomes active in the "BTS Commissioning" window.

5. Click on [ Start Commissioning ] to activate the commissioning tasks.

Edit Q1 Address
Modifying the Qmux Address assigns a logical reference number to the address of the SUM board.
The reference number is used by other. Qmux Entities to locate the SUM board. It must not conflict
with the Logical addressing of other Qmux boards in the system.

1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Edit Q1 Address task The "Q1
Address Setting" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure.

If a value is already given to the Q1 address this value is displayed. If no value is given to the
Q1 address the Q1 Address field is empty.
2. Enter the required numerical value in the Q1 Address field.
3. Click on [ OK ] to save the new address.
If the address was saved successfully the Q1 Address Setting ...success message is
displayed in the Commissioning State area of the "BTS Commissioning" window.
4. Select as Done the Edit Q1 Address task.
Edit Remote Inventory

To edit Remote Inventory, from the "BTS Commissioning" window:


1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Edit Remote Inventory task
The "Edit Remote Inventory" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure.
Change Logical Site Name
To change the logical site name from the "BTS Commissioning" window:
1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the change logical site name task

The "Logical Site Name" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure.
2.Select the logical site name, if it is already listed, or enter a new logical site name.

3. Click on [ OK ] to start the process.


4. Select as Done the Change Logical Site Name task
Edit Sector Mapping
1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Edit Sector Mapping task.
The "Sector Mapping" window is displayed, as shown in the following figures.
2. Enter the sector numbers according to the requested configuration.
3. Click on [ OK ] to store the data.
If the antenna mapping was saved successfully the Apply RI Changes : BTS...... success
message is displayed in the Commissioning State area of the "BTS Commissioning"
window.
4. Select as Done the Edit Sector Mapping task.

Hardware Check
1. From the "BTS Commissioning" window click on [ Start ] button
corresponding to the Hardware Check task. The "Hardware Check" window is
displayed, as shown in the following figure.

Edit TMA Settings


1. From the "BTS Commissioning" window click on [ Start ] button
corresponding to the Edit TMA Settings task.The "Modify TMA Settings" window is
displayed, as shown in the following figure.
2. Enter the TMA parameters for all antenna ports.
If the same parameters must be added for all ports the information can be entered in the
fields in Clipboard TMA Data area, then select the Overwriteoption for the concerned
antenna ports and click on [Copy Values].
3. Click on [ Save ] to save the settings.

Init All Sectors


1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Init All Sectors task
The "Init All Sectors" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure.

2. Click on [ OK ] to initialize all sectors.


When the initialization is finished the "Init All Sectors" window is closed.
Set PM18 Parameters
Set the power modules parameters:
1. At the BTS NEM, select:
Configuration -> Hardware Assistant
2. In the "Hardware Assistant" window, click on [ Modify Power Modules Settings ].
The following window opens.
3. Default cell voltage is 2.29V at 20C. If the cell voltage given on battery label
differs by more than +/- 0.01V, enter the new value.
4. Set the Max. charging current to:
8 A for one battery branch
16 A for two battery branches.
5. Enter the number of equipped PM18 modules.
6. Click on [ OK ].
A confirmation window opens.
7. Click on [ OK ] to confirm the message.
8. Close the "Hardware Assistant" window.
Inhibit Power Down Timer
1. At the BTS NEM, in Tree View select Remote Inventory.
2. In the "Remote Inventory" window select the "Power Supply - ACPM" pane.
3. Right click on any ACRI_BCB-xxx and select Edit power timers.
The "Modify Base Station Power Time Values" window opens.

4. Enter for power down timer 0 for all ACRI_BCB-xxx modules


5. Click on [ OK ] to save the new values.
Output Power Test
This task is to check the output power for a
specific time slot or all time slots of an
9100/9110/9110-E TRE.
1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Output Power Test task.
The "Output Power Test" window is displayed, as shown in the following
figure.
2.The TRE Selection and Frequency Selection fields become inactive
during the test initialization.
The [ Stop ] button becomes active when the power test is running.
3. Click on [ Stop ] to terminate the power test (the test does not stop
automatically).
VSWR Measurement
1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the VSWR measurement task.
The "VSWR Measurement" window is displayed.

To perform the VSWR measurement from the "BTS Commissioning" window:


1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the VSWR measurement task.
The "VSWR Measurement" window is displayed.
2. Choose the Measurement Parameters:
ANX Device:
UT_ANX**
where ** = ANx position
Frequency: See Site Specific Information (Section 1.3.2) for allowed
frequency.
Output power attenuation: 0 dB
Measuring Period: 10 s
Start the VSWR measurement:
1. Click on [ Start ].
2. Wait for the Success message in the status window.
3. Click on [ Stop ].
4. Wait for the Success message.
Perform the following operations ONLY if the measured value is correct
(VSWR1<=1.3).
If the Measured Value is Correct (VSWR1<=1.3):
1. Choose the VSWR Threshold Alarm Definition for both fields (Port A and
Port B), if available:
Proposed security margin: 0.6
2. Click on [ Confirm thresholds ] to update the RI.
Perform the following optional task if VSWR1 > 1.3:
Measure the VSWR at the Transmit Link Output (VSWR2 Value).
1. Connect a 50 Ohms load to the end of the antenna jumper.
2. Measure the VSWR2 with the BTS NEM in the same way as in No
Antennas
3. Analyze the results (refer to the following table).
4. Do the same for all the ANX modules!
5. Close the "VSWR Measurement" window:
Click on [ Close ].

Value Sanction Action


VSWR2 >1.2 (*) Fault in equipment Check the tightness
supplied by of the
Alcatel. connectors.
Check the SBL
status.
VSWR1 <= 1.5 Fault on feeder or Inform the
AND antenna (when operator that the
VSWR2 <= 1.2 present). VSWR is within a
critical range.
VSWR1 > 1.5 AND Fault on antenna Report the high
VSWR2 <=1.2 or feeder (when reading to the Site
present). Manager.

VSWR1 (antenna is connected) <=1.3 & VSWR2 (load is connected)<=1.2

Fan Test
1. Click on [ Start ] button corresponding to the Fan Test task

The "Fan Test" window is displayed, as shown in the following figure.


2. Select a row (stage) of fans which speed shall be varied.
3. Select the speed at which the selected fans are to be tested.
4. Click on [ Start ] to start the fan test. The test result of all fans will be indicated
in the graphical display. A report also gives the test results (with other test results)
when performing End of Commissioning.
5. Click on [ Close ] to terminate the fan test.
6. Select as Done the Fan Test task.

Write Inventar
1. At the BTS NEM, in the "BTS Commissioning" window click on [ Start ]
button corresponding to the Write Inventar task.
Default file name and file location are displayed.
2. Enter a new file name and file location if requested.
3. Click on [ OK ] to save the file.
If the file was saved successfully the Write Inventar ... success
message is displayed in the Commissioning State area of the "BTS
Commissioning" window.
4. Select as Done the Write Inventar task.
End of Commissioning
1. At the BTS NEM, in the "BTS Commissioning" window click on [ End
Commissionining ]. The "Stop Commissioning" window opens.
2. Select all the Available Modules from the list on the left to enter them in
the Selected Modules list.
3. Click on [ >> ] or [ > ] for all the modules on the left (if any).
4. Click on [ OK ].
The update is finished when the "Stop Commissioning" window is
closed.
5. Close the "BTS Commissioning" window.

SUM Board Configuration


1. At BTS NEM main window select:
Configuration -> Transmission Settings... -> Sum Board Configuration
The "SUM Board Configuration " window is displayed. Wait until the
current configuration is displayed.
2. Set the Environment setting appropriately.
Connect the BSC
1. Connect the BTS to the BSC.
For Indoor BTS: Disconnect the loops between the transmit and receive
terminal blocks at the DDF side.
For Outdoor BTS:Check if the PCM cable (the link from the BSC) is
connected on the Abis connector on the COAR/OUTC board .Connect the
SUMP cable (carrying the Abis) link from the COAR/OUTC board to the
ABIS connector on the SUM/SUMA board.
2. Check the link. Check that there are no PCM alarms (wait a few seconds
for the connection
Before checking) by selecting:
Configuration -> Transmission Settings... -> SUM Board Fault Table
3. Check the OML state. On the SUM/SUMA board, check that the OML
LED is ON (indicating that the OML is IT).