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Technical Description

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Purpose .......................................................................................................................................................................................... xiii
xiii

What's new ................................................................................................................................................................................... xiii


xiii

Intended audience ...................................................................................................................................................................... xiii


xiii

Supported systems ..................................................................................................................................................................... xiii


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Safety information ..................................................................................................................................................................... xiii


xiii

Conventions used ....................................................................................................................................................................... xiv


xiv

Related information ................................................................................................................................................................... xiv


xiv

Document support ...................................................................................................................................................................... xiv


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Technical support ......................................................................................................................................................................... xv


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How to order .................................................................................................................................................................................. xv


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How to comment .......................................................................................................................................................................... xv


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1 Safety

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1


1-1

Structure of safety statements ............................................................................................................................................... 1-2


1-2

Safety ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-4


1-4

General safety hazards ............................................................................................................................................................ 1-5


1-5

2 Product Overview - 9412 eNodeB Compact/Compact Smart

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1


2-1

Product Components ................................................................................................................................................................ 2-2


2-2

Radio Modules - TRDU (9412 eNodeB Compact) ...................................................................................................... 2-3


2-3

Radio Modules - AA and dDAS (9412 eNodeB Compact) ....................................................................................... 2-7


2-7

2x120W Tx MIMO Using 2 TRDU2x60-AWS (9412 eNodeB Compact) .......................................................... 2-8


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Supported Bands ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2-17
2-17

Installation Options (9214 eNodeB Compact) ............................................................................................................ 2-26


2-26

Cabinet overview (9412 eNodeB Compact indoor) .................................................................................................. 2-31


2-31

Cabinet overview (9412 Compact outdoor) ................................................................................................................. 2-35


2-35

Cabinet overview (9412 Compact Rack-Mount) ........................................................................................................ 2-40


2-40

eNodeB Commissioning ...................................................................................................................................................... 2-45


2-45

FDD Active UE/Connected UE Capacities ................................................................................................................... 2-46


2-46

Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................................... 2-57


2-57

3 Product Overview - 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1


3-1

Product overview ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2


3-2

Supported configurations ....................................................................................................................................................... 3-4


3-4

Product components ................................................................................................................................................................. 3-8


3-8

4 System Architecture (Timing, Backhaul, Power)

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1


4-1

Timing Architecture ................................................................................................................................................................. 4-2


4-2

Timing Interface ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-4


4-4

Facilities Interface .................................................................................................................................................................... 4-5


4-5

CPRI Interface ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-9


4-9

Single Antenna Transmit Scheme ..................................................................................................................................... 4-10


4-10

Power Architecture ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-15


4-15

A LED status

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... A-1


A-1

eCCM-U LED status .............................................................................................................................................................. A-2


A-2

eCCM2 LED status ................................................................................................................................................................. A-5


A-5

bCAM2 LED status .............................................................................................................................................................. A-12


A-12

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bCEM LED status ................................................................................................................................................................. A-14
A-14

bCEM2 LED status ............................................................................................................................................................... A-16


A-16

TRDU LED status ................................................................................................................................................................. A-18


A-18

Synchronization loss (Holdover mode) ......................................................................................................................... A-22


A-22

B Product conformance statements

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... B-1


B-1

United States .............................................................................................................................................................................. B-2


B-2

European Union ........................................................................................................................................................................ B-6


B-6

C Abbreviations

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... C-1


C-1

Description ................................................................................................................................................................................. C-2


C-2

Index

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2-1 TRDU interfaces ........................................................................................................................................................ 2-6


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2-2 Duplex Mode - FDD .............................................................................................................................................. 2-17

2-3 FDD Per Sector-Carrier User Capacity ........................................................................................................... 2-47

2-4 Per-Cell Mixed Traffic Scenarios (FDD) ....................................................................................................... 2-48

2-5 Per-Cell L1/L2 Peak Throughput (FDD) ........................................................................................................ 2-49

2-6 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with bCAM2 ........................................................................................... 2-49

2-7 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with bCAM2 and 1xbCEM2 ............................................................. 2-50

2-8 FDD per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM2* and 1xbCEM2 ........................................................... 2-50

2-9 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM2* and bCEM .................................................................. 2-51

2-10 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM-U and 1xbCEM ............................................................. 2-52

2-11 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM-U and 2xbCEM ............................................................. 2-52

2-12 FDD Paging Rate .................................................................................................................................................... 2-53


2-53

2-13 VoLTE capacity numbers ..................................................................................................................................... 2-53

2-14 Cabinet weights and dimensions (indoor) ...................................................................................................... 2-58

2-15 Cabinet weights and dimensions (outdoor) ................................................................................................... 2-59

2-16 Cabinet weights and dimensions (Rack-Mount) .......................................................................................... 2-59

2-17 Miscellaneous hardware weights ....................................................................................................................... 2-60

3-1 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart general specifications .................................................................................. 3-3

3-2 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart weight details ................................................................................................. 3-3

3-3 TRDU interfaces ...................................................................................................................................................... 3-11


3-11

4-1 Antenna Control Interface ...................................................................................................................................... 4-4

4-2 DCI Usage for Data Transmission .................................................................................................................... 4-10

4-3 Sector State/Status .................................................................................................................................................. 4-13


4-13

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4-4 9412 Compact Indoor Power consumption ................................................................................................... 4-16

4-5 9412 Compact outdoor power consumption ................................................................................................. 4-16

4-6 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Power Consumption (+24/-48V) .............................................................. 4-17

A-1 SYNC LED status during D30 software loads .............................................................................................. A-3

A-2 SYNC LEDs status during D50 and D60 software loads .......................................................................... A-3

A-3 eCCM-U CPRI LEDs ............................................................................................................................................. A-4


A-4

A-4 bCAM2 A4 LED board status (top LED) ..................................................................................................... A-12

A-5 bCAM2 A2 LED technology status (third LED) ........................................................................................ A-12

A-6 bCAM2 A1 LED modem status (botom LED) ............................................................................................ A-13

A-7 bCAM2 B4 LED modem status (top LED) .................................................................................................. A-13

A-8 Four LED bCEM status ....................................................................................................................................... A-14

A-9 bCEM2 A4 LED board status (top LED) ...................................................................................................... A-16

A-10 bCEM2 A2 LED technology status (third LED) ........................................................................................ A-16

A-11 bCEM2 A1 LED modem status (bottom LED) ........................................................................................... A-17

A-12 TRDU CPRI PRI/SEC Status LED ................................................................................................................. A-20

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2-1 TRDU description ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-4


2-4

2-2 TRDU block diagram ............................................................................................................................................... 2-5


2-5

2-3 2x120W Tx MIMO - Transmit Switch (Combiner) ...................................................................................... 2-8

2-4 TRDU Normal Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier 2T2R Example ....................................................................... 2-9

2-5 TRDU Combined Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier 1T2R Example ............................................................... 2-10

2-6 eNodeB Configuration, 2-Branch Receive, Normal Transmit Mode ................................................... 2-11

2-7 eNodeB Configuration, 2-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode ............................................. 2-12

2-8 eNodeB Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode ............................................. 2-13

2-9 eNodeB Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Normal Transmit Mode ................................................... 2-13

2-10 Expected Antenna Pattern for 2T4R Transmit Combined Configurations ......................................... 2-14

2-11 9412 eNodeB Compact (Indoor) ....................................................................................................................... 2-27

2-12 9412 eNodeB Compact (Outdoor) .................................................................................................................... 2-28

2-13 19-inch Rack ............................................................................................................................................................. 2-29


2-29

2-14 Mini-Rack Indoor Cabinet Configuration ...................................................................................................... 2-30

2-15 9412 Compact indoor- external view ............................................................................................................... 2-31

2-16 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor-top-view ........................................................................................................ 2-32

2-17 9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor- Internal View ............................................................................................. 2-33

2-18 9412 Compact Stacked (Dual cabinet) ............................................................................................................ 2-34

2-19 9412 Compact outdoor- external view ............................................................................................................ 2-35

2-20 Lock Hasp Shielded Bracket ............................................................................................................................... 2-36

2-21 9412 Compact outdoor- internal view ............................................................................................................. 2-37

2-22 9412 Compact outdoor BB- internal view (-48 VDC version) .............................................................. 2-38

2-23 9412 Compact outdoor -Overall Dimensions ............................................................................................... 2-39

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2-25 9412 Compact Rack-Mount- External details .............................................................................................. 2-41

2-26 9412 Compact Rack-Mount- internal view ................................................................................................... 2-42

2-27 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for band 13) ........................................................... 2-43

2-28 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for band 14) ........................................................... 2-44

3-1 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart solution ............................................................................................................. 3-2

3-2 MBI5 AB cabinet configuration example ......................................................................................................... 3-5

3-3 MB02E cabinet configuration example ............................................................................................................. 3-6

3-4 MB01-EV2 cabinet configuration example ..................................................................................................... 3-7

3-5 2600 MHz TRDUs .................................................................................................................................................... 3-9


3-9

3-6 800 MHz TRDUs .................................................................................................................................................... 3-10


3-10

3-7 9926 BBU .................................................................................................................................................................. 3-12


3-12

3-8 PDP faceplate ............................................................................................................................................................ 3-12


3-12

3-9 Alarm Module (example shown: eAMi) ........................................................................................................ 3-13

4-1 Synchronization Architecture ................................................................................................................................ 4-3

4-2 Backhaul Interface .................................................................................................................................................... 4-5


4-5

4-3 SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Indoor Cabinet ............................................................................................... 4-6

4-4 SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Outdoor Cabinet ............................................................................................ 4-7

4-5 Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-8


4-8

4-6 Power architecture .................................................................................................................................................. 4-15


4-15

A-1 eCCM-U LED matrix ............................................................................................................................................. A-2


A-2

A-2 eCCM2 LED Matrix ................................................................................................................................................ A-5


A-5

A-3 eCCM2 CMA 3 and 4 ............................................................................................................................................. A-6

A-4 eCCM2 CMA 2 ......................................................................................................................................................... A-7


A-7

A-5 eCCM2 CMA 1 ......................................................................................................................................................... A-7


A-7

A-6 eCCM2 SYNC 4 ....................................................................................................................................................... A-8


A-8

A-7 eCCM2 SYNC 3 ....................................................................................................................................................... A-8


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A-9 eCCM2 SYNC 1 ....................................................................................................................................................... A-9


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A-10 eCCM2 LNK 1, 2, 3, and 4 ................................................................................................................................ A-10

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About this document

Purpose
This document describes the hardware and software functionality of the Nokia 9412
eNodeB Compact and eNodeB Compact Smart.

What's new
This is Issue 2 of the 9412 eNodeB Compact/Compact Smart Technical Description for
LR16.2.L.
Issue 2, August 2017

Feature/Document Description Location


enhancement
Enhancement Corrected the LED “bCEM LED status” (p. A-14)
orientation numbering shown
in Appendix A, bCEM LED
status, Table A-8, Row 1.

Intended audience
This information product is intended for customers.

Supported systems
This document applies to the Nokia 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor and outdoor sites.
This document applies to the Long Term Evolution (LTE) Radio Access Network (RAN)
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) technologies.

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.

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Conventions used
The following conventions are used in this information product:
Illustrations
The illustrations shown in this information product are schematics. They do not contain
all details and exceptions, but are rather intended to highlight main points. Dimensions
are shown in millimeters with inches in parenthesis. As an example, 680.0 (26.77) equals
680 millimeters (mm) or 26.77 inches. Tolerances shall be held to 1.52 (0.06) and are not
cumulative.
Naming conventions
The full product name, Nokia 9926 Base Band Unit, is also referred to in one of the
following formats throughout this manual:
• Nokia 9926 BBU
• 9926 BBU
• d2Uv5

Related information
The following documents are referenced in this document or include additional
information relevant to the 9412 eNodeB Compact. Refer to LTE Radio Access Network -
FDD Customer Documentation Overview, 9YZ-07138-0002-ACZZA, for the purpose of
each document listed.
Related documents
The following documents are related to the 9412 eNodeB:
• 9412 eNodeB Compact/Compact Smart - Technical Description, 9YZ-07138-0022-
DEZZA
• 9926 Distributed Base Station (DBS) - LTE Baseband Unit (BBU) - FDD Hardware
Maintenance and Upgrade Guide, 9YZ-07138-0021-REZZA
Other documents
The following other documents are recommended.
• Standard for Installation of Lightning Protection Systems, NFPA 780
• Recommended Practices on Surge Voltages in Low Voltage AC Power Circuits, IEEE
C62.41 (Latest Edition)
• Generic Requirements for Electronic Equipment Cabinets, Telcordia, GR-487-CORE

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Overview
Purpose
This chapter provides information on general hazards which may arise in the course of
your work. The safety warnings are not related to specific procedures.

Contents

Structure of safety statements 1-2


Safety 1-4
General safety hazards 1-5

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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:

CAUTION

MP L E
Lifting hazard

SA
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. [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
6 Avoidance message Protective measures to take to avoid the hazard
7 Identifier The reference ID of the safety statement
(optional)

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Signal words
The signal words identify the hazard severity levels as follows:

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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Safety
General precautions for installation procedures

WARNING
Failure to observe these safety precautions may result in personal
injury or damage to equipment.
• Read and understand all instructions.
• Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product.
• Installation and maintenance procedures must be followed and performed by trained
personnel only.
• The equipment must be provided with a readily accessible disconnect device as part of
site preparation.
• Grounding and circuit continuity is vital for safe operation of the equipment. Never
operate the equipment with grounding/bonding conductor disconnected.
• Install only equipment identified in the product’s installation manual. Use of other
equipment may result in an improper connection which could lead to fire or injury.
• Use caution when installing or modifying telecommunications lines.
• The product has multiple power inputs. Before servicing, disconnect all inputs to
reduce the risk of energy hazards.
• For continued protection against risk of fire, all fuses used in this product must be
replaced only with fuses of the same type and rating.
• Never install telecommunications wiring during a lightning storm.
• Never install telecommunications connections in wet locations.
• Never touch uninsulated wiring or terminals carrying direct current or ringing
current, and never leave this wiring exposed. Protect and tape uninsulated wiring and
terminals to avoid risk of fire, electrical shock, and injury to personnel.
• Never spill liquids of any kind on the product.
• To reduce the risk of an electrical shock, do not disassemble the product. Opening and
removing covers and/or circuit boards may expose you to dangerous voltages or other
risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electrical shock when the unit is subsequently
used.

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General safety hazards


DANGER
Electric-shock hazard
Working in severe weather can result in personal injury or death and damage to the
equipment.
Never install or perform maintenance during severe weather (high winds, lightning,
blizzards, hurricane etc.).

DANGER
Noxious-substance hazard
Use of unspecified cleaning agents can result in personal injury.
Use only specified cleaning agents. Never use flammable solvents.
Always ensure there is adequate ventilation in the work area and wear the appropriate
personal protective equipment.

DANGER
Noxious-substance hazard
Improper use of Isopropyl Alcohol can result in personal injury.
Avoid skin contact with Isopropyl Alcohol. Work in a well ventilated area and avoid
pro-long exposure to the vapor. Isopropyl alcohol is a flammable liquid so discard in an
appropriate disposal container.

DANGER
Laser hazard
This equipment operates with laser radiation. The emission from laser and high-radiance
LED's may cause considerable injuries to the eyes.
Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or into an open optical connector when the
optical source is switched on. Always observe the laser warning instructions.
In the US consult ANSI Z136.2, in Europe consult IEC-60825 Safety of laser products, for
guidance on the safe use of optical fiber communication systems in the workplace.

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WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
Some parts of all electrical installations are energized. Failure to observe this fact 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 + A1 or EN 60215) may install or service the installation.

WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
The power supply lines to the network element are energized. Contact with parts carrying
voltage can cause health problems, possibly including death, even hours after the event.
Open and lockout the load disconnect switch in the distribution box to completely
de-energize the network element.

WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
This product may be connected to an AC main power supply and may contain an internal
battery supply. Disconnecting one power source may not de-energize the system, and can
lead to serious injury.
Disconnect and lock out the AC main power supply, if present, and the internal battery
supply, if present, before servicing the equipment.

CAUTION
Laceration hazard
The module and the components within may have sharp edges and burrs and contact may
cause cuts and lacerations.
Beware of sharp edges and burrs, especially when working on areas inside the module
difficult to access.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.

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CAUTION
Hot-surface hazard
Touching a hot heater may cause burns.
Do not touch the heaters.
Before touching the units wait until they have cooled down, wear safety gloves and
clothes.

CAUTION
Lifting hazard
Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in injury due to the size and weight of the
equipment.
Always use at least two people or a lifting device to move or position this equipment.

NOTICE
ESD hazard
Semiconductor devices can be damaged by electrostatic discharges.
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 the 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.
• Hold the module only by the grip without touching the connection pins, tracks, or
components.
• 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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NOTICE
Corrosive-substance hazard
Cleaning plastic containers and lids with abrasive and aggressive cleaning agents may
cause permanent damage.
Do not use solvents, paraffin, abrasive or aggressive cleaning fluids, abrasive or
aggressive antiseptic agents or abrasive or aggressive materials.

NOTICE
Service-disruption hazard
Cleaning with water or a high-pressure cleaner will damage the components in the
module.
The washing down of the equipment or module with water or a high-pressure cleaner is
not permitted.

NOTICE
Condensation
Sudden changes in the weather may lead to the formation of condensation on
components. Operating the unit when condensation moisture is present can destroy the
unit.
Units which show signs of condensation must be dried before installation.

NOTICE
Inadequate circulation
Inadequate circulation of cooling air can cause some units to become too warm. This can
lead to operational impairment.
Cover all installation slots for unequipped units with blanking panels.

NOTICE
Tools
Tools left in the working area can cause short circuits during operation which can lead to
the destruction of units.
Make sure after finishing your work that no tools, testing equipment, flashlights, etc.,
have been left in or on the equipment.
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Equipment safety information
Safety information for this equipment can be found on various Caution, Warning, Danger,
information labels or instructions affixed to or included with the module, its internal
assemblies or included within this document. Informational and cautionary labels may
appear near the item they address or may be grouped in a single location on the
equipment. Warnings are typically adjacent to the hazard that is noted on the label. The
instructions, cautions and warnings found on these labels must be understood and
observed by all personnel involved with the equipment installation and maintenance.

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eNodeB
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Overview
Purpose
This chapter provides an overview of the 9412 eNodeB Compact and 9412 eNodeB
Compact Smart.
The main differences between the 9412 eNodeB Compact and 9412 eNodeB Compact
Smart are:
• The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart is provided specifically for 3GPP Band 20 and
Band 7.
• The installation options for the 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart are different.

Contents

Product Components 2-2


Radio Modules - TRDU (9412 eNodeB Compact) 2-3
Radio Modules - AA and dDAS (9412 eNodeB Compact) 2-7
2x120W Tx MIMO Using 2 TRDU2x60-AWS (9412 eNodeB Compact) 2-8
Supported Bands 2-17
Installation Options (9214 eNodeB Compact) 2-26
Cabinet overview (9412 eNodeB Compact indoor) 2-31
Cabinet overview (9412 Compact outdoor) 2-35
Cabinet overview (9412 Compact Rack-Mount) 2-40
eNodeB Commissioning 2-45
FDD Active UE/Connected UE Capacities 2-46
Specifications 2-57

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Product Components
LTE Software
The software is the same as that installed for the 9926 DBS “distributed” eNodeB.
Refer to the 9926 Distributed Base Station (DBS) - LTE Baseband Unit (BBU) - Technical
Description, 9YZ-07138-0020-DEZZA for details on the 9926 BBU functionality
provided by the software.

9926 BBU Hardware


The 9412 eNodeB Compact and Compact Smart use the same 9926 BBU components as
the 9926 DBS - LTE Distributed eNodeB. But where the “distributed” eNodeB uses
RRH-type RF units installed at remote locations, the 9412 eNodeB uses TRDU's that are
installed locally.
Refer to the 9926 DBS - LTE BBU - Technical Description for details on the controller,
modems, eAMi, PDP, RUC, Fan Rack, and RBP.

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Radio Modules - TRDU (9412 eNodeB Compact)


TRDU description
The TRDU is an RF unit that comprises the radio, Tx amplifier, Rx Low Noise Amplifier
(LNA), and RF filter in a single module.
The 9412 Compact supports the following types of TRDUs:
• TRDU 700 MHz: supports two Tx paths with 40W per path.
• TRDU 800 MHz: supports two Tx paths with 40W per path.
• MC-TRDU 1800 MHz (in LTE Only Mode): supports two Tx paths with 60W per
path (refer to the 3MN-01736-0002-DEZZA).
• TRDU 2600 MHz: supports two Tx paths with 60W per path (refer to the
3MN-01474-0003-RJZZA).
A new hardware variant of the LTE TRDU 2600MHz will be introduced in 4Q2013
which will eliminate the need for an external DC blocker.
– New LTE TRDU 2600MHz: SLI 109803445.
– Current LTE TRDU 2600MHz: SLI 109769927.
• AWS TRDU: supports two Tx paths with 60W per path.
• 9742 lightRadio TRDU2x60-B3 (refer to the 3MN-01739-0003-DEZZA).
In addition to the pair of CPRI ports to connect to BBU(s) and the RF ports to connect to
antennas, there are interfaces to connect to an external RF filter, typically to be used for
antenna-sharing configurations.

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Figure 2-1 TRDU description

Note: The TRDU 2600 MHz has a single general status LED.

WARNING
Do not use 800 MHz EDD TRDU Ethernet Debug Port!
The use of this port can cause the TRDU to reset unexpectedly.
Do not use the 800 MHz EDD TRDU Ethernet Debug Port for any reason.

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TRDU attributes
The TRDUs provides the following attributes:
• Two Power Amplifiers
• Double Duplex Filter
• A radio with two transmitters and receivers (factory calibrated Tx & Rx paths)
• CPRI Interface to eCCM

TRDU block diagram


The following figure shows the TRDU block diagram with the external interfaces.

Figure 2-2 TRDU block diagram

The following table provides description of the TRDU interfaces that may be present. Not
all the TRDUs have all the listed interfaces.

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TRDU interfaces

Table 2-1 TRDU interfaces

TRDU interfaces Description


On-Site Configuration A Fast Ethernet interface used for configuration of the TRDU; this
Interface is supported by an RJ45 connector.
AISG 2.0 A standard interface to connect to antenna tilt controllers and
TTLNA (TMA) units (See 1). This connection complies with the
AISG 2.0 interface using the RS485 interface, and supplies DC
power to the tower-top equipment.
CPRI There are two CPRI interfaces supported by SFP transceivers; both
interfaces can act as inputs (when there are two BBUs providing IQ
data) or one can be an input while the other can be an output (when
TRDUs need to be connected in daisy-chain fashion).
I2C The I2C interface is meant to connect to an external RF filter; it
also includes a power connection being +24VDC at 850mA max,
all carried on an RJ45 connector.
DC Input +24/-48 VDC input voltage, having a range 19-30VDC, with a
maximum current of about 26A corresponding to the max RF
overdrive power draw of about 500W. Typical max operational
power draw should not exceed 400W (max RF power but no
overdrive)..
TX1/RX1, TX2/RX2 Antenna connection points, carrying duplexed RF (UL+DL)
signals, on N-type or 7/16 DIN connectors.
Tx1 Mon / Tx2 Mon Low-level RF outputs which are a coupled incident or reflected
coupled version of the antenna connector signal, for each of the
two antenna connectors; these outputs are carried on DIN 1.0/2.3
connectors.
VSWR1 / VSWR2 Low-level RF inputs which are a coupled incident or reflected
coupled version of the antenna connector signal from an external
RF filter, for each of the two antenna connectors; these inputs are
carried on DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors.
Aux Rx1 / Aux Rx2: Low-level RF Rx (UL) inputs or outputs which are used in certain
antenna-sharing situations; whether these are inputs or outputs
depend on a TRDU programmable internal configuration. These
connections are supported on DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors.

Notes:
1. Refer to the LTE RAN eNodeB - Antenna Line Device (ALD) Management,
9YZ-07138-0031-RJZZA.

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Radio Modules - AA and dDAS (9412 eNodeB Compact)


Description
Two alternatives to the TRDU are available:
• 9745 lightRadio Active Antenna Band 25 Active + 700/900 Passive (abbreviated as
9745 lightRadio AA B25 A + 700/900 P)
• CDIU (CPRI Digital Interface Unit) - part of the dDAS (digital Distributed Antenna
System) product.

Active Antenna
The lightRadio 9745 Active Antenna Band 25 Active + 700/900 Passive product is a
platform asset that combines in the same enclosure an RF active module and antenna
arrays. The antenna array consists of an active antenna (coupled to the integrated radio)
and a passive antenna that includes two antenna ports for coupling to a separate Remote
Radio Head (RRH) or Transceiver Duplexer Unit (TRDU). This simplifies installation
and minimizes RF cable losses.

digital Distributed Antenna System


The dDAS (digital Distributed Antenna System) includes a low power transceiver, the
CDIU (CPRI Digital Interface Unit) and a spatially distributed set of antenna nodes to
provide wireless coverage in buildings or other cluttered areas (such as sports stadiums or
hotel complexes) or where zoning prohibits a single antenna installation, or wherever
DAS may already be supplying multi-vendor coverage.
An optical CPRI cable connects the 9412 eNodeB Compact / eNodeB Compact Smart
directly to the CDIU card in the TE Connectivity FlexWave Host. This patented
technology avoids the space and cooling problems inherent in typical RRH/DAS
configurations.
The CDIU identifies itself to the 9412 eNodeB Compact / eNodeB Compact Smart as a
ROCM.

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2x120W Tx MIMO Using 2 TRDU2x60-AWS (9412 eNodeB


Compact)
Description
As the demand for LTE capacity increases, operators must add more cells per sector to
satisfy customer data needs. RF units have a typical maximum transmit power of 40 or 60
watts per path, and this generally limits the number of full power cells supported on any
one RF unit to 1 or 2.
This feature introduces new functionality to the TRDU2x60-AWS RF unit (3GPP Band 4)
that includes internal RF switching to support a combined transmit mode in which the
outputs of its two 60W power amplifiers (PAs) can be combined into a single 120W
(maximum) signal delivered to one antenna port. In this combined transmit mode, the
TRDU2x60-AWS RF unit can support:
• two 60W carriers on one antenna port
• up to two 60W cells on one antenna port
While in this mode, however, two of these TRDU2x60-AWS RF units must be paired to
support 2T2R or 2T4R cell modes.

Figure 2-3 2x120W Tx MIMO - Transmit Switch (Combiner)

Note: This feature does not increase the maximum downlink power of a cell. This is
still limited to 60W.

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Combined Transmit Mode or Traditional Transmit Mode
The TRDU2x60-AWS RF unit has the option of operating in the traditional transmit mode
by setting the switches to route the output of each PA directly to the duplexer for its own
antenna port. In this mode, the RF unit operates as a normal two-antenna port unit with
both ports supporting duplex (Tx/Rx) operation. The mode is set per eNodeB from the
5620 SAM.
Licensing
This feature introduces a new license. This is the first time for licensing an RF unit. The
feature must be enabled at the eNodeB for this TRDU to be set to Combined Transmit
Mode.

Feature Benefits
By pairing two of these TRDUs, each operating in combined transmit mode, one pair of
antennas can be made to support up to 120 watts of total transmit power, allowing several
full power 2T2R cells to be supported on one set of antennas and avoiding the need to add
more antennas to the site. This avoids the indirect expense of the community zoning
approval process plus the direct expenses of purchasing and installing the additional
antennas and RF cables.

Functionality
This section provides a detailed description of this feature.
Modes of Operation
When in normal transmit mode, the TRDU2x60-AWS is operating as shown in Figure
2-4, “TRDU Normal Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier 2T2R Example” (p. 2-9).

Figure 2-4 TRDU Normal Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier 2T2R Example

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Normal transmit mode is configured by setting the switches to route the output of each
power amplifier directly to the duplexer for its own antenna port. In this mode, the TRDU
operates as a normal two-antenna port unit with both ports supporting duplex (Tx/Rx)
operation. Each configured antenna-carrier group (ACG, a collection of one or more
Antenna-Carrier containers) is routed by the CPRI FPGA to the appropriate transmitter
for RF transmission out of the corresponding power amplifier and antenna port.
TRDU 2T2R Combined Transmit Mode Operation
Combined transmit mode (Figure 2-5, “TRDU Combined Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier
1T2R Example” (p. 2-10)) is configured by setting the power amplifier output switches to
divert both transmit signals into the high power 2:1 combiner, and by setting the combiner
output switch so that the combined signal is routed to the duplexer for antenna port 1. In
this mode, the RF unit operates as a single-transmit, two-antenna port unit with antenna
port 1 supporting duplex (Tx/Rx) operation and antenna port 2 supporting receive-only
operation. The RF unit is configured by OAM as a single transmit unit but the CPRI
FPGA, operating in combined transmit mode, duplicates the incoming IQ transmit data
and forwards identical copies of the data to both transmitters and both power amplifiers.

Figure 2-5 TRDU Combined Transmit Mode - 2 Carrier 1T2R Example

Site RF Architecture
When operating in normal transmit mode, the TRDU2x60-AWS operates as any other RF
unit and can be configured to support a number of cell modes. When a single TRDU is
used per sector, then a 2T2R cell mode can be supported using three TRDUs (for three
sectors) as shown in Figure 2-6, “eNodeB Configuration, 2-Branch Receive, Normal
Transmit Mode” (p. 2-11). This is the basic operating mode of the TRDU2x60 in normal
power mode.

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Figure 2-6 eNodeB Configuration, 2-Branch Receive, Normal Transmit Mode

However, the main purpose of this RF unit is to support the combined transmit high
power mode, which requires the TRDU to be configured to combine both power amplifier
outputs onto one antenna port so the unit effectively becomes a single-duplex/single-
receive-only antenna port unit. In combined transmit mode, a pair of TRDUs must be
used to support 2T2R cell mode as shown in Figure 2-7, “eNodeB Configuration,
2-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode” (p. 2-12), though in this case the
receive-only antenna port is not used and only a single antenna per TRDU is required.

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Figure 2-7 eNodeB Configuration, 2-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode

2T4R cell modes may be supported with paired combined transmit mode TRDUs per
sector and two antennas per TRDU as shown in Figure 2-8, “eNodeB Configuration,
4-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode” (p. 2-13).
When two 2T4R 60W cells are needed, combined transmit mode can be used to provide
this (Figure 2-8, “eNodeB Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode”
(p. 2-13)). But it is also possible to satisfy this configuration with the TRDUs operating in
normal transmit mode with the four transmit paths (two transmit paths times two carriers)
spread across the four duplex antenna ports per sector (Figure 2-9, “eNodeB
Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Normal Transmit Mode” (p. 2-13)), thus reducing the
impact of any one transmit amplifier failure. As can be seen from the figures, both
configurations use the same CPRI and antenna cabling so the only difference between the
two is the database setup.

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Figure 2-8 eNodeB Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Combined Transmit Mode

Figure 2-9 eNodeB Configuration, 4-Branch Receive, Normal Transmit Mode

In four-antenna mode, it is assumed that either all four antennas are spatially diverse, or
the antennas cabled to one TRDU are spatially diverse from those cabled to another
TRDU and the pair of antennas cabled to each TRDU have polarization diversity. See
Figure 2-10, “Expected Antenna Pattern for 2T4R Transmit Combined Configurations”
(p. 2-14).

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Figure 2-10 Expected Antenna Pattern for 2T4R Transmit Combined Configurations

The TRDU2x60-AWS is not expected to be used in any antenna cross-connect


configurations.
Configurations
Table 2 summarizes the cell configurations to be supported with this feature.

Parameter Supported Values Comments


3GPP Bandclass 4 (AWS)
Air Standard LTE-only
Sectorization 1 to 6 sectors for single-unit Some configurations require
configurations (6 units max) two units per sector.
1 to 3 sectors for paired-unit
sectors (6 units max)
No antenna cross-connect
Cell Mode 2T2R Cell modes are supported in
2T4R either normal (60W per path,
1 unit per sector) or combined
(120W per path, 2 units per
sector) transmit mode

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LTE Bandwidths Single cell per TRDU: CPRI rate 3 supports a


2T2R: combined maximum of 20
MHz bandwidth for two
• 5 MHz
antennas, so the combinations
• 10 MHz totaling 25 or 30 MHz can
• 15 MHz only be supported in the
• 20 MHz combined transmit mode
where TRDUs are operated in
2T4R:
pairs and each TRDU (and its
• 5 MHz CPRI link) supports only one
• 10 MHz antenna.
Dual cell per TRDU
(adjacent or disaggregated
carrier frequencies):
2T2R (normal and combined
transmit modes):
• 5+5 MHz
• 5+10 MHz
• 5+15 MHz
• 10+10 MHz
2T2R (combined transmit
mode only):
• 10+15 MHz
• 5+20 MHz
• 10+20 MHz
2T4R (normal and combined
transmit modes):
• 5+5 MHz
Cell Transmit Power 10 to 60 Watts per carrier per 60 Watt maximum per path
port with normal transmit mode,
120 Watt maximum per path
with combined transmit mode
(two TRDUs per sector)
CPRI Rate 3 Rate 3 is sufficient for four 5
Up to 15 km MHz or two 10 MHz or one
20 MHz cell with 2-branch
No daisy chaining
receive per unit.
25 km requested, but 15 km
modem limitation still applies
Controller Types eCCM
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Modem Types bCEM


Cabinet Types 9412 Compact Outdoor / Type For test purposes only, OAM
II implementation should not
9412 Compact Indoor prevent TRDU from working
in any cabinet.
9412 Compact Rackmount
9712 LR Outdoor Cabinet
(13U)
9712 LR Outdoor Cabinet
(21U)
Antenna Test Tx VSWR
Other AISG support AISG support requires this
OTDOA unit to be tested with range of
ALDs
OTDOA support requires
accurate delay reporting and
adjustment

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Supported Bands
3GPP Frequency Bands (FDD)
The following table illustrates the LTE FDD bands defined by 3GPP. The 3GPP has
defined all these frequencies, but all these bands are not available for LTE in each
country.
Note: FDD spectrum requires pair Operating Bands, one of the uplink and one for the
downlink, for simultaneous transmission on both links.

Table 2-2 Duplex Mode - FDD

E-UTRAN Uplink (UL) Downlink (DL) Duplex


Operating Operating Band Operating Band Mode
Band BS Receive BS Transmit
UE Transmit UE Receive
FUL_low - FUL_high FDL_low - FDL_high
1 1920 MHz - 1980 2110 MHz - 2170 FDD
MHz MHz
2 1850 MHz - 1910 1930 MHz - 1990 FDD
MHz MHz
3 1710 MHz - 1785 1805 MHz - 1880 FDD
MHz MHz
4 1710 MHz - 1755 2110 MHz - 2155 FDD
MHz MHz
5 824 MHz - 849 MHz 869 MHz - 894 MHz FDD
6 830 MHz - 840 MHz 875 MHz - 885 MHz FDD
7 2500 MHz - 2570 2620 MHz - 2690 FDD
MHz MHz
8 880 MHz - 915 MHz 925 MHz - 960 MHz FDD
9 1749.9 MHz - 1784.9 1844.9 MHz - 1879.9 FDD
MHz MHz
10 1710 MHz - 1770 2110 MHz - 2170 FDD
MHz MHz
11 1427.9 MHz - 1452.9 1475.9 MHz - 1500.9 FDD
MHz MHz
12 698 MHz - 716 MHz 728 MHz - 746 MHz FDD
13 777 MHz - 787 MHz 746 MHz - 756 MHz FDD
14 788 MHz - 798 MHz 758 MHz - 768 MHz FDD
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Table 2-2 Duplex Mode - FDD (continued)

17 704 MHz - 716 MHz 734 MHz - 746 MHz FDD


18 815 MHz - 830 MHz 860 MHz - 875 MHz FDD
19 830 MHz - 845 MHz 875 MHz - 890 MHz FDD
20 832 MHz - 862 MHz 791 MHz - 821 MHz FDD
21 1447.9 MHz - 1462.9 1495.5 MHz - 1510.9 FDD
MHz MHz
22 3410 MHz - 3500 3510 MHz - 3600 FDD
MHz MHz
23 2000 MHz - 2020 2180 MHz - 2200 FDD
MHz MHz
24 1625.5 MHz - 1660.5 1525 MHz - 1559 FDD
MHz MHz
25 1850 MHz - 1915 1930 MHz - 1995 FDD
MHz MHz
26 814 MHz - 849 MHz 859 MHz - 894 MHz FDD
27 807 MHz - 824 MHz 852 MHz - 869 MHz FDD
28 703 MHz - 748 MHz 758 MHz - 803 MHz FDD
29 N/A 717 MHz - 728 MHz FDD
30 2305 MHz - 2315 2350 MHz - 2360 FDD
MHz MHz
31 452.5 MHz - 457.5 462.5 MHz - 467.5 FDD
MHz MHz

Configurations supported by 9412 eNodeB Compact


The following sections list the Bands supported by the 9412 eNodeB Compact and 9412
eNodeB Compact Smart.

Band 2 (PCS) ROCM


Band 2 (PCS) ROCM LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in LR16.2.L:
• The Band 2 (PCS) ROCM 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full
Release LR16.1.L parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports 1.4 MHz LTE carrier bandwidth.
• The 9926 BBU supports 3 MHz LTE carrier bandwidth via ROCM using the bCEM.

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The 9926 BBU supports:
• 2 carriers on a single eCCM2, using 6 CPRI ports.
• 2 carriers on a single eCCM2, using 2 bCEMs - one carrier per bCEM.
• 6 sectors on a single carrier using two bCEMs.
• 2Rx on the following carrier bandwidths on the bCEM: 1.4MHz, 3MHz, and 5MHz.
• LTE / CDMA operations with either two 5MHz carriers or one 1.4MHz carrier and
one 3MHz carrier on LTE.

Band 3 (1800MHz)
Band 3 (1800MHz) LTE eNodeB Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD) : 1800 MHz
configurations use one bCEM to support three sectors, and are powered by -48V DC.
The MC-TRX in MSR mode of operation supports the following carrier and Top of
Cabinet power configurations:
• 2 carriers (16W GSM + 30W LTE)
• 1 carrier (35W GSM + 30W LTE)
• 3 carries (7.5W GSM (without overbooking) + 30W LTE)
• 3 carriers (9W GSM [with overbooking] + 30W LTE)
• Full power with 60W LTE.
The LTE carrier bandwidths supported with the bCEM are 5MHz, 10MHz, 15MHz, and
20MHz.

Band 4 (AWS)
Band 4 (AWS) LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• The Band 4 (AWS) 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release
LR16.1.L parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports Multi-RET antenna connection through all RF elements via
external or internal Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The following cabinet types support the Band 4 configurations:
– 9412 Compact Outdoor
– 9412 Compact Outdoor Type II
• The 9926 BBU supports a 5 MHz 4x Receive carrier in Band 4. 4Rx support requires
the use of the AWS RDEM. The RDEM must be factory ordered.
LTE Multi-Band 9926 BBU configurations support:
• Multi-band configurations with Band 4 RF hardware types.
• 2 carriers on a single eCCM2 using 6 CPRI ports.
• 2 carriers on a single eCCM2 using 2 bCEMs - one carrier per bCEM.
• 15 MHz bandwidth on all AWS RF hardware types.
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• 4Rx on 10MHz Bandwidth (AWS with RDEM).
• AWS TRDU (both types) supports the following 2 carrier bandwidth combinations at
2Rx:
– 5MHz+5MHz
– 5MHz+10MHz
– 5MHz+15MHz
– 5MHz+20MHz
– 10MHz+10MHz
– 10MHz+15MHz
– 10MHz+20MHz
• AWS TRDU (both types) supports high power carriers using 1x120 Tx with 2
TRDU's per sector.
• AWS TRDU (both types) supports either 1 or 2 carriers at high power, up to 45MHz
of separation.
LR15.1.L Feature 178095 adds support for:
• eCCM2, mix of 2 or 3 bCEM/bCEM2 (1 of each, or 2 of one and 1 of the other), and
Band 4 TRDU 2x60 Panasonic.
bCAM2, 1 or 2 bCEM2, and Band 4 TRDU 2x60 Panasonic.
• 5, 10, 15, or 20MHz bandwidth; 1 or 2 carriers
A mix of different bandwidths on different sectors of the same carrier is supported.
• 2T2R, 2T4R, or 4T4R
• 1 to 6 sectors
• CPRI Rate 3 or 5, maximum fiber length of 15km.
• Dual carrier (5MHz+5MHz), 1 to 3 sectors.
• Dual-Band is supported.
• Carrier aggregation is supported.
Note: For a mix of eCCM2 + (1 or 2) bCEM + (1 or 2) bCEM2, the carriers which
can be aggregated have to be managed by the same type of board. In other words, the
BBU cannot manage carrier aggregation with 1 carrier on bCEM and another carrier
on bCEM2

Band 4 (AWS) ROCM


Band 4 (AWS) ROCM LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• The Band 4 (AWS) ROCM 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full
Release LR16.1.L parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports 3 MHz LTE carrier bandwidth via ROCM using the bCEM.
• The 9926 BBU supports either the eCCM or eCCM2.
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• The 9926 BBU supports one LTE carrier on the eCCM2 using 3 CPRI ports at CPRI
Rate 3.
• The 9926 BBU supports 2Rx on the 3 MHz, and 5 MHz LTE carrier bandwidths using
the bCEM.

Band 7 (2600MHz)
Band 7 (2600MHz) LTE 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• The Band 7 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release LR16.1.L
parity.
• The 9926 BBU operates at 2.6 GHz with the following bandwidths:
– 20 MHz (bCEM)
– 10 MHz (bCEM).
• The 9926 BBU operates in dual-band / dual-carrier mode of operation for the
following use-cases:
– 800MHz (10 MHz with TRDU or RRH) + 2.6 GHz (10 MHz with RRH)
– 800MHz (10 MHz with TRDU) + 2.6 GHz (20 MHz with RRH)
• The 9926 BBU supports dual band cases for:
– eCCM and eCCM2
– 10MHz +10MHz (iDEM), 20MHz + 10MHz (iDEM), 10MHz + 15MHz, 15MHz
+ 15MHz, 20MHz + 20MHz
– Support of 4Rx with RRH + RDEM for the following LTE carriers: 10MHz
– Support of 4Rx configuration with RRH2x40 at 10MHz bandwidth.
– Support of Tri-carrier with the following bands: Band 3, Band 7, and Band 20 for
the following Tri-carrier cases: Band 3 (10MHz), 7 (20MHz), 20 (10MHz); Band
3 (15MHz), Band 7 (15MHz), Band 20 (10MHz).
• The TRDU/RRH operates at maximum Tx power or at reduced power as required by
the Licensing/pricing scheme.
• The 9926 BBU operates with a TMA when TMA is connected / controlled via the
integrated Smart Bias-T of the TRDU/RRH.

Bands 12 and 17 (Lower 700 MHz)


Bands 12 and 17 (Lower 700 MHz) LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD
only), 5 and 10 MHz carrier:
• The Band 12 and 17 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release
LR16.1.L parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports multiband configurations with all existing versions of the
700L TRDU as well as the 700L RRH.

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• The 9926 BBU supports AISG 2.0 through all RF elements per the following:
– 700L 2x40 - via external AISG port and Bias T
– 700L 2x40 AT - via internal Bias T for TX1 and TX2 and the external AISG Port.
• The 9926 BBU supports RACH 2 format through all 700L RF element hardware
types.
• The 9926 BBU supports 2Rx and 4Rx on the following carrier bandwidths: 5 MHz,
10 MHz, 20 MHz.
• The 9926 BBU supports 2Rx on the following carrier bandwidth: 15 MHz.
• The following cabinet types shall support the Band 12 and 17 configurations:
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor Type II
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Rack-Mount
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor - Growth Only

Band 13 (Upper 700 MHz)


Band 13 (Upper 700 MHz) LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only), 10
MHz carrier:
• The Band 13 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release LR16.1.L
parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports multiband configurations with all existing versions of the
Band 13 TRDU as well as the Band 13 RRH.
• The 9926 BBU supports AISG 2.0 through all RF elements via external or internal
Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The 9926 BBU supports Multi-RET antenna connection through all RF elements via
external or internal Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The 9926 BBU supports RACH 2 format through all Band 13 RF element hardware
types.
The 9926 BBU supports the following new FDD BBU configurations: 38, 39.
The 9926 BBU supports the following carrier bandwidth: 10MHz.
LR15.1.L Feature 178095 adds support for:
• eCCM2, mix of 2 or 3 bCEM/bCEM2 (1 of each, or 2 of one and 1 of the other), and
Band 13 TRDU's.
bCAM2, 1 or 2 bCEM2, and Band 13 TRDU's.
Band 13 TRDU's: TRDU 2x40 MTI, TRDU 2x40 Andrew.
• 10MHz bandwidth; 1 carrier
A mix of different bandwidths on different sectors of the same carrier is supported.
• 2T2R, 2T4R, or 4T4R
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• 1 to 6 sectors
• CPRI Rate 3 or 5, maximum fiber length of 15km.
• Dual-Band is supported.
• Carrier aggregation is supported.
Note: For a mix of eCCM2 + (1 or 2) bCEM + (1 or 2) bCEM2, the carriers which
can be aggregated have to be managed by the same type of board. In other words, the
BBU cannot manage carrier aggregation with 1 carrier on bCEM and another carrier
on bCEM2

Band 14 (Upper 700MHz Public Safety & D Block)


Band 14 (Upper 700MHz Public Safety & D Block) LTE 9926 BBU Configurations in
LR16.2.L (FDD only), 10 MHz carrier:
• The Band 14 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release LR16.1.L
parity.
• The 9926 BBU supports AISG 2.0 through all RF elements via external or internal
Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The 9926 BBU supports Multi-RET antenna connection through all RF elements via
external or internal Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The 9926 BBU supports RACH 2 format through all the Band 14 TRDU hardware
types.
• The 9926 BBU supports one carrier of PSBB at 10MHz or 5MHz on 2x2 MIMO.
• The following cabinet types shall support the Band 14 configurations:
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor
– 9412 eNodeB Compact Rack-Mount
• The 9926 BBU supports 10 MHz carrier in 2x2 MIMO mode using PSBB and D
block of Public Safety Band

Band 20 (800MHz EDD)


Band 20 (800MHz EDD) LTE 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• The Band 20 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release LR16.1.L
parity.
• The 9926 BBU at 800EDD (lower and upper band) uses BBU configuration with
bCEM.
• The 9926 BBU operates at 800EDD (Lower and Upper) with the following
bandwidths (by order of priority): 10MHz, 5 MHz.
• The 9926 BBU operates in dual-band (Band 20+7) as required in 2.6 GHz 9926 BBU
configurations.

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• The TRDU/RRH operates at maximum Tx Power or at reduced Power as required by
the Licensing/pricing scheme.
• The 9926 BBU operates with a TMA when TMA is controlled by AISG port.

Band 25 (PCS+G)
Band 25 (PCS+G) LTE eNodeB Configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• The Band 25 eNodeB configurations in LR16.2.L maintain full Release LR16.1.L
parity.
• The eNodeB supports Multi-RET antenna connection through all RF elements via
external or internal Bias T as available by RF element type.
• The following cabinet types support the Band 25 configurations:
– 9927 MMBTS
– 9928 MMBTS
– 9926 Distributed eNodeB.
• The Band 25 eNodeB supports two PCS carriers in any of the following carrier
bandwidth combinations:
– 5 MHz and 5 MHz
– 3 Mhz and 5 MHz
– 3 MHz and 3 MHz.
• The eNodeB supports two carries of PCS in any two Band 25 blocks A-G.
• The eNodeB supports two carriers of PCS on 4x Receive.
• The eNodeB supports both 2Rx and 4Rx on the following carrier bandwidths: 5 MHz,
10 MHz.
• The eNodeB supports 2 carriers of LTE on a single transmit and receive path
(coincident LTE Tx/Rx). This prepares support for 4x2 MIMO in dual PCS carrier
environments.
• The eNodeB supports LTE / CDMA operations with either two 5 MHz carriers or one
10 MHz carrier on LTE.
• 25MHz RRH (Panasonic) supports 1.4 MHz and 3 MHz carriers with bCEM
baseband.
In LR15.1.L and later:
• Feature 178095, bCAM2 and bCEM2 Introduction in FDD - Step 2 adds support for:
– eCCM2, mix of 2 or 3 bCEM/bCEM2 (1 of each, or 2 of one and 1 of the other),
and Band 25 RRH's. Or:
bCAM2, 1 or 2 bCEM2, and Band 25 RRH's.
– Band 25 RRH's: RRH2x60-1900, RRH2x60-1900A, 9745 AA B25 A + 700/900 P.
– 5, 10, 15, or 20MHz bandwidth; 1 or 2 carriers
– 2T2R, 2T4R, or 4T4R
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– 1 to 6 sectors
– CPRI Rate 3 or 5, maximum fiber length of 15km.
– Dual carrier (5MHz+5MHz, 10+5, 10+10, or 15+5) on a single Band 2/Band 25
RRH, 1 to 3 sectors.
– Dual-band, Tri-Carrier, and Quad-Carrier are also supported.
– Carrier aggregation is supported.
Note: For a mix of eCCM2 + (1 or 2) bCEM + (1 or 2) bCEM2, the carriers which
can be aggregated have to be managed by the same type of board. In other words,
the BBU cannot manage carrier aggregation with 1 carrier on bCEM and another
carrier on bCEM2

Band 31 (450MHz)
Band 31 (450MHz) LTE 9926 BBU configurations in LR16.2.L (FDD only):
• eCCM2-HR/bCAM2, bCEM/bCEM2, and B31 RRH2x40.
• MIMO 2x2 applications.
• 3 MHz or 5 MHz carrier bandwidth.

Multi-Band, Multi-Carrier, and Multi-Antenna Configurations


Refer to the 9926 Distributed Base Station (DBS) - LTE Baseband Unit (BBU) - Technical
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Installation Options (9214 eNodeB Compact)


Overview
The 9926 BBU d2Uv5 can be installed in the following cabinets for an 9412 eNodeB
Compact configuration:
• 9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor (cabinet also known as the “LTE Cube” or “Smart
Cabinet”) (9926 BBU factory installed)
• 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor cabinet (9926 BBU factory installed)
• 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor Type II cabinet (9926 BBU factory installed)
• MBI5 AB cabinet housing a 9412 Compact Smart (9926 BBU factory installed)
• Standalone 19” or 23” Indoor Rack (9926 BBU field installed)

9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor


The 9412 eNodeB Compact is an intergrated system. However, logically it is the same as
a distributed eNodeB which has a separation of the digital and RF processing by a CPRI
interface. This allows a consistency of implementation between the integrated and
distributed cases, even though the physical packaging differs between the two products.
The same 9926 BBU is used as is used in distributed products. However, the RF
processing is accomplished in TRDUs (Transmit / Receive Duplex Units). The TRDUs
are logically identical to the Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) used in distributed eNodeBs,
but are physically different because they mount in a cabinet in a different environment
(out of the weather) from that experienced typically by RRHs.

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Figure 2-11 9412 eNodeB Compact (Indoor)

There are two types of 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor solutions:


• Single cabinet -- One 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor cabinet can physically house 3
TRDUs.
• Dual cabinet -- Two 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor cabinets can be stacked to provide
capacity expansion without footprint growth. the second cabinet provides an
additional three TRDUs.
• Either solution (that is, single or dual cabinet) can be a floor mount or wall mount
soultion.

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9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor
The 9412 eNodeB compact cabinets consist of a 9926 BBU and RF cabinets. The 9926
BBU cabinet can house the 9926 BBU, PDP, eAM Alarm Unit, and up to 3U user space
depending upon the configuration. The RF cabinet houses PDP and 3 TRDU2x. The
system supports CPRI links between BBU and RF cabinets.

Figure 2-12 9412 eNodeB Compact (Outdoor)

The standard 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor comprises of the following two cabinets,
which are physically identical, but provide different functionality:
• 9926 BB (Baseband) cabinet
• RF (Radio Frequency) cabinet
The 9926 BB and RF cabinet are connected with CPRI fiber optic cable and an alarm
cable, both routing through the same 1-inch conduit.

9412 eNodeB Rack-Mount


The 9412 eNodeB Rack-Mount shelf can be mounted in a 19-inch or 23-inch rack.
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Figure 2-13 19-inch Rack

9412 eNodeB Compact Mini Rack-Mount


The 9412 eNodeB Compact Mini Rack-Mount configuration consists of a mini rack
mounted on top of an existing 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor cube. The Mini-rack shelf
provides space for a second 9412 eNodeB Compact.

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Figure 2-14 Mini-Rack Indoor Cabinet Configuration

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Cabinet overview (9412 eNodeB Compact indoor)


Overview
This topic describes the various internal configurations for the cabinet.

9412 Compact indoor- external view


The following diagram shows the front and rear view for the 9412 eNodeB cabinet.

Figure 2-15 9412 Compact indoor- external view

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9412 eNodeB- Top view
The following diagram shows the top view of the 9412 eNodeB cabinet.

Figure 2-16 9412 eNodeB Compact indoor-top-view

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9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor- Internal View
The following diagram shows the internal components in the 9412 eNodeB cabinet.

Figure 2-17 9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor- Internal View

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9412 Compact Stacked (Dual cabinet)
Two eNodeB cabinets can be stacked together to form a dual cabinet as shown in the
following figure.

Figure 2-18 9412 Compact Stacked (Dual cabinet)

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Cabinet overview (9412 Compact outdoor)


Overview
This topic describes the various internal configurations for the cabinet.

9412 Compact outdoor- external view


The following diagram shows the external view for the 9412 eNodeB outdoor cabinet.

Figure 2-19 9412 Compact outdoor- external view

As a new security feature, all LTE outdoor cabinets now come with lock hasp brackets
(Part # 849147079). These lock hasp brackets allow the use of lock access shields that
prevent tampering with the brackets. Lock access shield kits (849150909) are shipped
loose with each cabinet. The access shields are field or factory installable (as long as the
new lock hasp bracket is in place). These are to be installed to whatever door latches the
customer will apply padlocks. A simple spring clip interfaces with the bracket to retain
the shield (see the figure). When a padlock is placed through the hasp the hex key cannot
be accessed and the access shield cannot be removed.

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Figure 2-20 Lock Hasp Shielded Bracket

A shield replacement kit can also be ordered. This allows customers to add more shields if
they want to use more padlocks, or replace missing or damaged access shields.

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9412 Compact outdoor- internal view
The following diagram shows the internal components in the 9412 eNodeB cabinet.

Figure 2-21 9412 Compact outdoor- internal view

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9412 Compact outdoor BB- internal view (-48 VDC version)
The following diagram shows the internal components in the 9412 eNodeB cabinet.

Figure 2-22 9412 Compact outdoor BB- internal view (-48 VDC version)

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9412 Compact outdoor -Overall Dimensions
Two following figure shows the 9412 eNodeB outdoor cabinet with dimensions.

Figure 2-23 9412 Compact outdoor -Overall Dimensions

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Cabinet overview (9412 Compact Rack-Mount)


9412 Compact Rack-Mount shelf- external view
The following photo shows an external view of the 9412 eNodeB Rack-Mount shelf.

Figure 2-24 9412 Compact Rack-Mount shelf- external view

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9412 Compact Rack-Mount- External details
The following diagram shows an external view of the 9412 eNodeB Compact
Rack-Mount with details.

Figure 2-25 9412 Compact Rack-Mount- External details

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9412 Compact Rack-Mount- internal view
The following photo shows the internal view of 9412 eNodeB Compact Rack-Mount .

Figure 2-26 9412 Compact Rack-Mount- internal view

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9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for band 13)
The following diagram shows the major component within the 9412 eNodeB Compact
Rack-Mount shelf.
The eAMI is field installed outside the shelf.

Figure 2-27 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for band 13)

9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for Band 14)


The following diagram shows the major component within the 9412 eNodeB Compact
Rack-Mount shelf.
The eAMc is factory installed within the shelf.

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Figure 2-28 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Internal view details (for band 14)

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eNodeB Commissioning
9412 eNodeB Compact Self Commissioning
It is possible to achieve full Plug-n-Play (PnP), zero-touch commissioning of a newly
installed eNodeB with IPsec enabled for the OAM interface and without having to
pre-provision the eNodeB OAM IP address or Security Gateway information. Note the
following:
• There is no need to pre-provision the OAM IP address to identify the eNodeB during
initial OAM link establishment. A new capability allows the eNodeB to be identified
by its serial number rather than by a fixed IP address. And rather than a fixed IP
address, another capability allows the eNodeB to obtain a dynamic eNodeB IPsec
tunnel inner IP address from the Security Gateway.
• In addition, the operator can re-assign an eNodeB to a different managing EMS
without service impact to the eNodeB and without requiring the eNodeB
configuration to be pre-provisioned on the new Managing EMS.
For MCO and MCI, the operator should use the eNodeB serial number to identify an
eNodeB during the initial OAM link establishment. With Self Commissioning
Improvements, it also supports obtaining a dynamic eNodeB IPSec tunnel inner IP
address from the Security Gateway. For Metro eNodeB Plug-N-Play with IPSec for OAM
traffic, the operator is able to configure the eNodeB serial number as the binding
mechanism to identify eNodeB rather than configuring eNodeB IP address because the
inner IP address can be changed after reset which is dynamically assigned by Security
Gateway.
The operator is able to configure the eNodeB/OAM binding mechanism to be used on a
eNodeB basis.
Related Feature: Automatic Security Gateway Discovery.

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FDD Active UE/Connected UE Capacities


Introduction
An eNodeB has both per-cell UE capacity and per-controller (per-eNodeB) UE capacity.
Call Admission Control (CAC) enforces both independently. So depending on the
cell/carrier configuration of the eNodeB as well as loading distributions, either per-cell
capacity or the per-controller capacity could become the bottleneck which will be handled
by CAC.
The eNodeB active user capacities depend on the type of controller, type of modems, and
the number of modems. Note that the actual active user capacity that can be admitted into
the cell also depends on many other factors such as traffic mix, Quality of Service (QoS)
requirements of the traffic, etc. The eNodeB could block the user before the active user
capacity is reached.
If the capacity of all cells together is greater than the eNodeB capacity, the eNodeB will
dynamically distribute the capacity among all cells.
Note: Capacities are not tied with any RF unit capacity.
Note: All capacity figures are only applicable to Macro and apply to non-CA cells as
well as to CA cells.
User capacity is also dependent on the Out of Time Alignment (OOT) feature, as OOT
provides the capability of differentiating inactive users in the connected state from the
active users that consume dedicated eNodeB L1 channel resources. To be more specific,
with OOT, the eNodeB is able to differentiate two types of user capacities:
• Active user: a user that holds Layer 1 Physical Uplink Control Channel
(PUCCH)/Sounding Reference Signal (SRS) resource reservation in the cell from the
eNodeB point of view. The UE may not have any data transmission or reception at the
moment. The user may not monitor Physical Downlink Control Channel (PDCCH) or
transmit on PUCCH/SRS at the moment either.
• Connected user: a user that holds a Radio Resource Control (RRC) connection with
the cell. Any quote in this document of the number of connected users is based on the
Nokia reference Traffic Model.
In the following tables, for Connected Users per Sector-Carrier, OOT is assumed to be
enabled. If OOT is disabled, the Connected Users per Sector-Carrier will be same as
Active Users per Sector-Carrier.

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Per-cell capacity for all supported modem boards
The FDD eNodeB has the following per-cell capacities (or sector-carrier capacities) when
equipped with a bCEM, bCEM2, or bCAM2 modem. These capacities are only applicable
to the FDD Macro eNodeB.

Table 2-3 FDD Per Sector-Carrier User Capacity

Applicable Carrier Active Users per Connected Users Total Traffic Radio
Bandwidths Sector-Carrier per Sector-Carrier Bearers per
(Excluding Scell User (Excluding Scell Sector-Carrier (See
for CA) User for CA) Note 1)
3 MHz 150 240 780
5 MHz 250 500 2032
10 MHz (see Note 4) 500 (See Note 2) 1000 3250
15 MHz
400 (See Note 2) 800 2600
20 MHz

Notes:
1. Based on an average of 3.25 traffic radio bearers per Connected User.
2. For customers who do not want 500 Active User capacity at the expense of PUCCH PRB
increase, the parameter RadioCacCell::maxNbrOfActiveUsersPerCell can be set to 400
(same number as LR14.3.L).
3. Up to 4000 Connected User CAC limit per bCAM2 or bCEM2.
4. Up to 20 Cat-M UEs can share the 10 MHz Active User / Connected User per-cell
capacities.

Mixed Services Capacities


Mixed services [data plus voice (with and without CA and eMBMS)] capacity figures for
voice and CA are shown below:
• The total number of users (non-CA, CA, and VoLTE) that can be scheduled (DL) per
TTI in any bandwidth cell: 10 UE per TTI.
• (5 MHz) CA users (Pcell): 25; CA users (Scell): 48; VoLTE users: 100.
• (10 MHz) CA users (Pcell): 48; CA users (Scell): 48; FDD VoLTE users: 200.
• (15 MHz) CA users (Pcell): 48; CA users (Scell): 48; FDD VoLTE users: 200.
• (20 MHz) CA users (Pcell): 48; CA users (Scell): 48; FDD VoLTE users: 200.
Four scenarios are listed:
• Scenario 1: Non-CA and non-eMBMS [VoIP + data (BE)].
• Scenario 2: Non-CA with eMBMS [VoIP + data (BE) + up to 30% / 60% eMBMS].

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• Scenario 3: CA and non-eMBMS [VoIP + data (BE) of which 100 CA users].
• Scenario 4: CA with eMBMS [VoIP + data (BE) of which 100 CA users + up to 30% /
60% eMBMS].
The following table summarizes the capacity required for each scenario:

Table 2-4 Per-Cell Mixed Traffic Scenarios (FDD)

Applicable Non-CA With CA


carrier BWs Non-eMBMS With eMBMS Non-eMBMS With eMBMS
3 MHz N/A N/A N/A N/A
5 MHz 150 150 150 150
simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous
active BE users active BE users active BE users active BE users
100 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs of which 25 are of which 25 are
CA users CA users
Up to 30%
eMBMS 100 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs
Up to 30%
eMBMS
10 MHz 300 400 300 400
simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous
active BE users active BE users active BE users active BE users
200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs of which 48 CA of which 48 can
users be CA users
Up to 60%
eMBMS 200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs
Up to 60%
eMBMS
15 MHz 300 400 300 400
simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous
active BE users active BE users active BE users active BE users
200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs of which 48 can of which 48 can
be CA users be CA users
Up to 60%
eMBMS 200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs
Up to 60%
eMBMS

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Table 2-4 Per-Cell Mixed Traffic Scenarios (FDD) (continued)

20 MHz 300 400 300 400


simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous simultaneous
active BE users active BE users active BE users active BE users
200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs of which 48 can of which 48 can
be CA users be CA users
Up to 60%
eMBMS 200 VoIP UEs 100 VoIP UEs
Up to 60%
eMBMS

Per-Cell L1/L2 Peak Throughput


The following table summarizes the per-cell L1/L2 peak throughput (peaks are per TTI)
for UL and DL and for the different bandwidths:

Table 2-5 Per-Cell L1/L2 Peak Throughput (FDD)

Applicable Peak L1 Throughput per Cell Peak L2 Throughput per Cell


carrier BWs (Mbps) (Mbps)
DL UL DL UL
3 MHz 21.6 6.3 19.1 5.5
5 MHz 39.6 10.6 31.7 9.1
10 MHz 86.4 23.7 73.4 20.6
15 MHz 129.6 33.8 110.1 29.3
20 MHz 172.8 47.5 150.8 42.4

eNodeB equipped with bCAM2


The FDD eNodeB has the following capacities when equipped with a bCAM2.

Table 2-6 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with bCAM2

Applicable Carrier Active Users per Connected Users per Total Traffic Radio
Bandwidths eNodeB eNodeB Bearers per eNodeB
5 MHz 750 (3 sectors) 1500 4875
1500 (6 sectors) 3000 9750
10 MHz 1500 (3 sectors) 3000 9750
15 MHz
3000 (6 sectors) 4000 13000
20 MHz

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Table 2-7 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with bCAM2 and 1xbCEM2

Applicable Carrier Active Users per Connected Users per Total Traffic Radio
Bandwidths eNodeB eNodeB Bearers per eNodeB
10 MHz 3000 (6 sectors) (See Note 1 below.) 3.25xCU
15 MHz
20 MHz

Notes:
1. The capacity for BBU configurations with 1xbCAM2 + 1xbCEM2 is equal to the lesser of
8000 and the sum of the per-carrier capacity.

eNodeB equipped with eCCM2* and mixed bCEM/bCEM2


The FDD eNodeB per-cell capacities (or sector-carrier) when equipped with an eCCM2*
(that is, eCCM2 or eCCM2-HR) and any combination of bCEMs and bCEM2s is
described in Table 2-3, “FDD Per Sector-Carrier User Capacity” (p. 2-47). The FDD per
eNodeB capacities when equipped with an eCCM2* and 1 bCEM2 are shown in the table
below. When equipped with other combinations of bCEM and bCEM2, capacities are
listed after the table.

Table 2-8 FDD per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM2* and 1xbCEM2

Applicable Carrier Active Users per Connected Users per Total Traffic Radio
Bandwidths eNodeB eNodeB Bearers per eNodeB
5 MHz 750 1500 (3 sectors x 4875
carrier)
5 MHz 750 3000 (6 sectors x 9750
carrier)
10 MHz 1500 3000 (3 sectors x 9750
15 MHz carrier)

20 MHz 3000 4000 (6 sectors x 13000


carrier)

1 eCCM2* + 2 bCEM2 capacity is equal to the lesser of 8000 and the sum of the capacity
per carrier (as per capacity values above).
1 eCCM2* + 2 bCEM2 + 1 bCEM capacity is equal to the lesser of 9800(11000 in
LR16.2.L and later) and the sum of the capacity per carrier shown above.
1 eCCM2* + 1 bCEM2 + 2 bCEM capacity is equal to the lesser of 9800 and the sum of
the capacity per carrier shown above.

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1 eCCM2* + 1 bCEM2 + 1 bCEM capacity is equal to the lesser of 7000 and the sum of
the capacity per carrier shown above.

eNodeB equipped with eCCM2* and bCEM


The FDD eNodeB has the following capacities when equipped with the eCCM2* (that is,
eCCM2 or eCCM2-HR) and bCEM.

Table 2-9 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM2* and bCEM

Applicable Carrier Active Users per Connected Users per Total Traffic Radio
Bandwidths eNodeB eNodeB Bearers per eNodeB
3 MHz 450 720 2340
5 MHz 750 1500 4875
10 MHz 1500 3000 (1 bCEM) 9750 (1 bCEM)
15 MHz (See Note 1 below.) 18850 (2 bCEM)
20 MHz (At 5800 connected
Users.)
(See Note 2 below.) 18850 (3 bCEM)
(At 5800 connected
Users.)

Notes:
1. The capacity for BBU configurations with eCCM2/eCCM2-HR + 2 bCEM (2 carrier, 3
sectors; or 1 carrier, 6 sectors) is equal to the minimum between 5800 and the sum of the
per-carrier capacity.
2. The capacity for BBU configurations with eCCM2/eCCM2-HR + 3 bCEM (3 carrier, 3
sectors; or 1 carrier, 9 cells) is equal to the minimum between 5800 and the sum of the
per-carrier capacity.

eNodeB equipped with eCCM-U and bCEM


The FDD eNodeB has the following capacities when equipped with the eCCM-U and
bCEM.

Applicable Carrier Active and Total Traffic Radio Applicable eNodeB


Bandwidths Connected Users per Bearers per Configuration
Sector-Carrier Sector-Carrier
5 MHz 250 813 3 sectors, 2 carrier
2 bCEM per eNodeB

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10 MHz at 500 (see 2) 1625 3 sectors, 1 carrier


15 MHz 1 bCEM per eNodeB
at 400 (see 2) 1300
20 MHz

Table 2-10 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM-U and 1xbCEM

Applicable Carrier Active and Total Traffic Radio Applicable eNodeB


Bandwidths Connected Users per Bearers per eNodeB Configuration
eNodeB
3 MHz 720 2340 3 sectors, 1 carrier
5 MHz 1200 3900 3 sectors, 1 carrier
10 MHz 1200 3900 3 sectors, 1 carrier
15 MHz
20 MHz

Table 2-11 FDD Per eNodeB User Capacity with eCCM-U and 2xbCEM

Applicable Carrier Active and Total Traffic Radio Applicable eNodeB


Bandwidths Connected Users per Bearers per eNodeB Configuration
eNodeB
Single Band 1200 3900 6 sectors, 1 carrier
(see note below)
Dual Band: 1200 3900 3 sectors, 2 carriers
• Band 13: 10 MHz (See Note 1 below.)
Band 4: 10 MHz
/ 5 MHz / 15
MHz / 20 MHz
• Band 17: 10 MHz
/ 5 MHz
Band 2: 10 MHz
/ 5MHz
• Band 17: 10 MHz
/ 5 MHz
Band 4, 2 or 5:
10MHz / 5MHz

Notes:
1. For 2xbCEM configurations, the effective eNodeB capacity is equal to the lesser of 1200
and the sum of CU per-bCEM (as per single carrier requirements above).

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Paging Capacity

Table 2-12 FDD Paging Rate

eNodeB Configuration Maximum Connected Users Target


eCCM-U/bCEM 1200 145 per second average
200 per second peak
eCCM2/eCCM2-HR/bCEM 5800 701 per second average
1000 per second peak
eCCM2/eCCM2-HR and 9800 1185 per second average
Mixed bCEM/bCEM2 1600 per second peak
bC*M2 8000 967 per second average
1400 per second peak

Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Capacities


Voice over IP service that runs on LTE is known as Voice over LTE (VoLTE). Refer to the
following table for capacity numbers.

Table 2-13 VoLTE capacity numbers

bCEM/bCEM2 cell RRC Active VoLTE for VoIP (see


capacity Note 1)
5MHz 500 250 100
10 MHz 1000 500 200
15 MHz
20 MHz

Notes:
1. These numbers are based on certain feature interactions and UE assumptions which are
included in the Feature Planning Guide.

Treatment of UEs that consume extra resources: A UE with two VoIP bearers will be
considered as consuming twice the capacity when evaluating the radio Call Admission
Control (CAC). This is because having two VoIP bearers creates extra packets per
scheduling occasion that can potentially consume twice the air interface resources.
Special VoIP bearers carrying multiplexed data from multiple users are treated
accordingly in CAC.

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Feature benefits: For established service providers, this feature provides superior voice
quality (as compared to legacy underlay like CDMA1x, GSM or UMTS) due to its
wide-band Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) codec (encoder/decoder) that provides additional
capacity. For service providers creating greenfield deployments, this feature allows the
service provider to offer voice and data over a single network on a commercial scale (as
long as the service provider has radio spectrum available for LTE).
In LR16.2.L there have been improvements made to VoLTE Accessibility/Retainability:
• Hand off at bearer setup upon CAC failure:
Previously, when the maximum number of VoIP users has been reached in a Cell, then
CAC blocks any additional VoIP setups (that is, connecting UE or a UE adding a
specific VoIP bearer). But now the call can be moved to a co-located Cell that is
serving the same location on a different frequency that has capacity for new VoIP calls
and that the UE supports.
To accomplish this, some small amount of VoIP user count is reserved on a Cell to
allow a Cell to set up a “new” VoIP call even when the CAC would otherwise block
admission. Examples of a new call include initial context setup with VoIP bearer or
VoIP bearer setup. It does not include context setup for handover or re-establishment
with a VoIP bearer, but if there is no room left for VoIP handovers or
re-establishments, then this reserved VoIP user count can be used for that purpose as
well. This reserved VoIP user count can also be used for emergency calls.
The reserved VoIP user count is separate from the handover/re-establishment/OOT
recovery reservations. The priority of the new VoIP call reservations is separate and
lower than the handover/re-establishment/OOT recovery reservations, and lower than
that for emergency calls. The acceptance of the new VoIP call will be blocked if this
new reserved space is exhausted, or if no resources remain on any co-located neighbor
Cells that are not otherwise reserved for handover.
Once the VoIP bearer has been set up, the connection will be given instructions to
measure the other Cells with unreserved resources in the area to determine the best
one for handover, including even those on another Radio Access Technology (RAT)
[that is, UTRA or GERAN]. If the UE cannot be moved to another Cell or RAT, then
it will continue to use the reserved space until it is released. The UE will be moved to
another carrier to accept a VoIP call even if the UE might be currently receiving
eMBMS broadcast transmissions, overriding any eMBMS broadcasts that the UE
might be listening to. The UE may choose to move back to an eMBMS carrier after
the VoIP call ends.
• Load Balancing – New Criterion: Number of VoIP calls:
This feature adds the capability of performing load balancing based on the number of
VoIP calls for situations where multiple Cells on different carriers have similar
capabilities for voice usage.

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Prior to the CAC limit, this will allow for load balancing (Preventive Offload) of VoIP
calls so that all VoIP-capable carriers will approach their limits all about the same
time. For service providers with more or less equivalent RF coverage on all their
carriers, this will allow for load equalization based on VoIP usage.
When preventive offload is triggered due to the number of VoIP bearers, only UEs
with at least one VoIP traffic bearer can be selected for as a candidate UE for offload.
In case of Inter-Frequency Load Balancing the number of VoLTE cells on the target
cell shall also be checked.
Threshold for number of VoIP bearers is configurable per cell.
• Access Class Barring (ACB) skip for MMTEL voice/video and SMS:
This feature allows for some new Access Class Barring (ACB) methods based on the
number of users, and some new ACB functions in 3GPP Release 12 that allow the
UEs with new VoIP, video and/or SMS connections to skip ACB:
– ACB shall be triggered when the number of connected users per cell reaches a
given configurable threshold.
– ACB shall be triggered when the number of connected users per eNB reaches a
given configurable threshold.
– ACB shall be triggered when the number of active users per cell reaches a given
configurable threshold.
– ACB shall be triggered when the number of active users per eNodeB reaches a
given configurable threshold.
– For each trigger, there is an option to allow any combination between voice, video
and SMS skip (that is, only voice skip, only video skip, only SMS skip, voice +
video skip, voice + SMS skip, video + SMS skip, voice + video + SMS skip).
Unlike Auto ACB, whose purpose was to adjust the ACB Factor to maintain a
maximum allowed RACH rate, this feature is intended to reduce the RACH load as
one approaches maximum user count to reduce reverse link noise and contention for
ever dwindling uplink resources. The ACB Factor should not be allowed to go to zero,
since that would impact the feature mentioned above allowing for redirection on CAC
failure of UE Context setup.
The Cell will average the four different user count types over a configured interval,
and if any of the four user count average values is over their respective configured
threshold, then the affected Cells will impose an ACB Factor calculated from a linear
sliding scale that starts at 100% at the threshold and descends in a linear fashion in
5% increments (10% increments between 30% and 70%) with the increasing load
until it reaches a configured factor for the maximum load. Whichever of the four
count types has the most restrictive ACB Factor will be used. Any RACH storms will
be taken care of by Auto ACB, and if more restrictive, this will take precedence. Any
processor overload conditions that trigger ACB will also override these settings for
this feature, if more restrictive.
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Note: When the overall ACB Factor, the most restrictive of all contributors between
Overload ACB, Auto ACB, Manual ACB, and User Count ACB, is too restrictive, it
will be necessary to turn the ACB Skip off to reduce the load on the RACH. Each
ACB Skip type will have its own ACB Factor threshold; if the ACB factor is the same
or more restrictive than the threshold, then that type of ACB Skip will be turned off.

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Specifications
Product attributes
The following list the product attributes for the 9412 eNodeB Compact Indoor:
• Flexible installation options: Floor/Wall mountable
• Power +24VDC or -48VDC.
The following list the product attributes for the 9412 eNodeB Compact Outdoor:
• Flexible installation options: Floor/Pole/Wall mountable
• Power +24VDC, (or -48VDC for BB Distributed)
• Without integrated power: (RF and BB cabinet)
• With integrated power (AC): (BB with integrated power provides DC power to RF
cabinet).
• CPRI links between BB and RF cabinets
• The BB cabinet houses the d2U, a PDP (Power Distribution Panel), eAM (Enhanced
Alarm Module), a Fan tray, and a 2U user space depending upon the configuration
• The BB cabinet can support the SAR module
• The RF cabinet houses a PDP, a Fan tray and 3 TRDUs
• Accepts GigE fiber optic backhaul
• The system may support up to 32 user alarms
• Supports External Battery Backup (EZBFo)
• Supports public safety configuration
• Supports RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) for RF antennas as per AISG (Antenna
Interface Standards Group) V2.0.
• Supports Dual High Floor stand to mount two BB cabinets
The product capabilities for the 9412 eNodeB Rack-Mount shelf are:
• DC Power (either +24VDC or -48VDC)
• Indoor Rack-mount (19 or 23 inch rack)
• Provides 32 user alarms
• Accepts fiber optic backhaul (Gige)
• Two shelves can be mounted in the same rack
• Public safety
• Supports RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) for RF antennas as per AISG (Antenna
Interface Standards Group) V2.0.

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LEDs
Most of the major components within the eNodeB have their own LED indicators: BBU,
TRDU, 7705 SAR module, and power units. Each unit attaches its own meaning to the
LEDs, however the following characteristics are generally followed: 1) A unit having
power always has at least one LED illuminated. 2) A red LED always indicates trouble of
some type with the unit having that illumination. 3) LEDs that blink generally indicate
“activity” rather than a state. Note that because the eNodeB uses some already-existing
equipment, the above “rules” are not always followed but they are in general true. It is
necessary to consult the specification documents for the individual components within the
eNodeB to gain an understanding of the specific LED operation for those components.

Switches
eNodeB units contains a d2U BBU which consist of (CCM and CEM) boards with
recessed reset switches. Activating one of those switches will cause a full reset of the
board. The eNodeB units containing a d2U BBU have a BBU power switch on the RUC;
this switch enables DC power to the BBU from the input connection on the RUC. A
single-BBU system should have this switch set to zero; a multiple-BBU system should
have each BBU with a unique switch setting. Within the eNodeB’s Power Distribution
Panel (PDP), there are circuit breakers that can be used as power switches, for example
when replacing the TRDUs..

Cabinet weights and dimensions (indoor)


The following table provides weights and dimensions for the 9412 eNodeB Compact
indoor cabinet.

Table 2-14 Cabinet weights and dimensions (indoor)

Cabinet Estimated maximum Estimated Overall


configuration shipped weight maximum dimensions
including pallet, kg installed width x depth x
(lb) weight, kg (lb) height, mm
(inches)
9412 eNodeB Compact 141 (311) 130 (287) 600 x 575 x 675
(Single cabinet) (24 x 23 x 26)
9412 eNodeB Compact 294 (647) 270 (594) 600 x 575 x 1550
(Dual cabinet) (24 x 23 x 61)

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Cabinet weights and dimensions (outdoor)
The following table provides weights and dimensions for the outdoor eNodeB Compact
cabinets.

Table 2-15 Cabinet weights and dimensions (outdoor)

Equipment Estimated maximum Estimated Overall


shipped weight maximum dimensions
including pallet, kg installed width x depth x
(lb) weight, kg (lb) height, mm
(inches)
BB Cabinet 168 (373) 138 (308) 490 x 601 x 776
RF Cabinet 145 (318) 115 (253) (19 x 24x 31)
Floor stand 10 (22 ) 10 (22 ) 537 x 438 x 1223
(Single cabinet) (21 x 17 x 48.1)

Floor stand 60 (132) 60 (132) 760 x 547 x 2083


(Double Stacked) (30 x 21 x 80)

Cabinet weights and dimensions (Rack-Mount)


The following table provides weights and dimensions for the 9412 eNodeB Compact
Rack-Mount shelf.

Table 2-16 Cabinet weights and dimensions (Rack-Mount)

Equipment Estimated maximum Estimated Overall


shipped weight maximum dimensions
including pallet, kg installed Width x Depth x
(lb) weight, kg (lb) Height, mm
(inches)
9412 eNodeB Compact 116 (255) 99 (218) 455 x 429 x 625
Rack-Mount Shelf (18 x 17 x 25)
19-inch rack N/A 130 (289) d2UV5:
• 598 x300 x
2134
(24 x 12 x 84)

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Miscellaneous hardware weights
The following table provides the weights of individual assets.

Table 2-17 Miscellaneous hardware weights

Item Weight
kg (lb)
19-inch rack (Rack-mount only) 59 (130)
eAM 1 (2.2)
5 U Cover (Rack-mount only) 1.4 (3)
Mounting brackets for 19” rack (Rack-mount only) .907 (2)
PDP 6.8 (15)
TRDU (each) 17.3 (38)
9926 BBU with 1 eCCM2 and 3 bCEMs 11.4 (25)
9926 BBU with 1 bCAM2 and 3 bCEM2s 15.5 (34)
Fan tray 3.6 (8)
Pallet for shelf 16 (35)

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Overview
Purpose
This chapter provides an overview to the 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart.

Contents

Product overview 3-2


Supported configurations 3-4
Product components 3-8

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Product overview
Overview
The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart supports LTE technology and is being offered as a
hardware solution as an upgrade to existing cabinets. It provides LTE technology in bands
20 and 7. The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart is composed of the 9926 BBU for the digital
part and TRDU2x40W-08 (800 MHz) or TRDU2x60W-26 (2.6 GHz) for the RF modules.
This LTE 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart product is 19” wide and 14U high, and is suitable
for LTE installations in 19” indoor or outdoor cabinets with bottom-up airflow cooling.

Figure 3-1 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart solution

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Benefits
The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart offers flexibility as it supports various LTE
deployment scenarios depending on the type of cabinet utilized. Four cabinet offerings
(including both indoor and outdoor configurations) are supported, along with the ability
to co-locate LTE with current GSM or WCDMA deployments, or to deploy LTE only.
Total deployment costs can be reduced by using existing base stations to deploy LTE.
Another benefit is a solution for deployment of 1 LTE band (either 800 MHz or 2600
MHz) in MBI5 when it’s co-located with 2 bands (GSM or WCDMA or both) provided
with up to 6 MC-TRX modules.

Specifications
The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart is mounted in a 19 inch shelf. The following
specifications apply:

Table 3-1 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart general specifications

Specification Description
Height 14U high (includes 1U for air intake and 1U for air exhaust
Width 450 mm
Depth 430 mm
Power -48V DC

Table 3-2 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart weight details

Description Weight
Compact Smart unit with all components 59 kg (256 lb.)
TRDU 10.5 kg (23.14 lb.) each
31.5 kg (69.44 lb.) 3 total
eCCM 1.1 kg (2.42 lb.)
bCEM 1.2 kg (2.64 lb.) each
3.6 kg (7.93 lb.) 3 total
eAM 1 kg (2.2 lb.)

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Supported configurations
Cabinets
The 9412 eNodeB can be deployed in the following cabinets:
• MBI5 (AA/AB) (2G indoor cabinet)
• MB02E (2G outdoor cabinet)
• MB01-EV2 (3G outdoor cabinet)

MBI5 (AA/AB) (2G indoor cabinets) configuration


The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart can be deployed in both MBI5 AA and MBI5 AB
cabinets. The following applies:
MBI5 AA can be co-located with:
• Up to 3 MC-TRX without any changes for the electrical distribution, or
• Up to 6 MC-TRX - This is only feasible if electrical distribution changes are made by
replacing the DC breaker to the newer version used in the MBI5 AB. This removes
the 75A limitation (increasing it to 120A), and replacing all power feeds that power
all GSM racks).
Note that an additional bulkhead needs to be used to route the IP backhaul through the top
of the MBI5 AA cabinet.
MBI5 AB can be co-located with:
• Up to 6 MC-TRX for single-band (for example, with 6 MC-TRX1800), and
• Up to 6 MC-TRX dual-band configurations (for example, with 3 MC-TRX900 for
GSM with 3 MCTRX900 WCDMA)

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Figure 3-2 MBI5 AB cabinet configuration example

MB02E (2G outdoor cabinet) configuration


The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart can be deployed in an MBO2E cabinet when it is
co-located with the following :
• Up to 6 MC-TRX with Direct Air Cooling (DAC), and
• Up to 4 MC-TRX with Heat Exchanger (HEX) system (due to thermal limitation).

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Figure 3-3 MB02E cabinet configuration example

MB01-EV2 (3G outdoor cabinet) configuration


The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart can be deployed in an MB01-EV2 cabinet with an
LTE only configuration based on d2U v5 FDD + TRDU 2x60 2.6 GHz.

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Figure 3-4 MB01-EV2 cabinet configuration example

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Product components
Components
The following are the main components of the 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart. Each is a
Field Replaceable Unit (FRU):
• TRDU and TRDU Fan Tray
• 9926 BBU
• PDP
• eAM (i/o)

TRDU and TRDU Fan Tray


The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart supports between 1 -3 Transmit/Receive Duplexer
Units (TRDUs), and a fan tray located directly below the TRDUs. The TRDU is an RF
unit that comprises the radio, Tx amplifier, Rx LNA, and RF filter in a single module.
The 9412 eNodeB Compact Smart supports the following types of TRDUs:
• TRDU 800 MHz (800 lower and 800 upper)
• TRDU 2600 MHz
The 800 MHz TRDU supports two Tx paths with 40W per path. The 2600 MHz TRDU
supports two Tx paths with 60W per path.

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Figure 3-5 2600 MHz TRDUs

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Figure 3-6 800 MHz TRDUs

TRDU attributes
The TRDUs provides the following attributes:
• Two Power Amplifiers
• Double Duplex Filter
• A radio with two transmitters and receivers (factory calibrated Tx & Rx paths)
• CPRI Interface to eCCM

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TRDU interfaces
The following table provides description of the TRDU interfaces.

Table 3-3 TRDU interfaces

TRDU interfaces Description


On-Site Configuration A Fast Ethernet interface used for configuration of the TRDU; this is
Interface supported by an RJ45 connector.
AISG The TRDU will be equipped with a RS485 bus (female, 8 pins,
according to DIN 41 326 and IEC 60 130-9) that supports both AISG
1.1 and AISG 2.0.
I2 C The I2C interface is meant to connect to an external RF filter; it also
includes a power connection being +24VDC at 850mA max, all
carried on an RJ45 connector.
DC Input +24/-48 VDC input voltage, having a range 19-30VDC, with a
maximum current of about 26A corresponding to the max RF
overdrive power draw of about 500W. Typical max operational power
draw should not exceed 400W (max RF power but no overdrive).
TX1/RX1, TX2/RX2 Antenna connection points, carrying duplexed RF (UL+DL) signals,
on N-type connectors.
Tx1 Mon / Tx2 Mon Low-level RF outputs which are a coupled incident or reflected
coupled version of the antenna connector signal, for each of the two
antenna connectors; these outputs are carried on DIN 1.0/2.3
connectors.
VSWR1 / VSWR2 Low-level RF inputs which are a coupled incident or reflected
coupled version of the antenna connector signal from an external RF
filter, for each of the two antenna connectors; these inputs are carried
on DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors.
Aux Rx1 / Aux Rx2: Low-level RF Rx (UL) inputs or outputs which are used in certain
antenna-sharing situations; whether these are inputs or outputs
depend on a TRDU programmable internal configuration. These
connections are supported on DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors

9926 BBU
The 9926 Base Band Unit (BBU) d2Uv5 houses a single controller and one to three
modem boards in a 2U-height box that mounts in a 19-inch rack. Refer to the 9926 DBS -
LTE BBU Technical Description for details.

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Figure 3-7 9926 BBU

PDP
The 9412 eNode Compact Smart's Power Distribution Panel (PDP) accepts the DC power
input on a Phoenix terminal block, provides circuit breaker protection, and provides DC
power feeds for the various components within the eNodeB on 2W2 connectors.
The PDP provides the following attributes:
• Distributes the DC power
• Circuit Breakers (for TRDUs, TRDU Fan, and 9926 BBU)

Figure 3-8 PDP faceplate

eAM(i/o)
The 9412 eNode Compact Smart can optionally be equipped with an eAMi card (for
indoor configurations) or the eAMo (for outdoor configurations).
External alarms (for example, cabinet alarms) are managed by the technology that already
exists within the cabinet. The LTE TRDU fan alarm can be connected either to the GSM
alarm board or to an LTE alarm module which can be purchased as an option.

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Figure 3-9 Alarm Module (example shown: eAMi)

Conditions where eAM(i/o) is required


The eAM card is required to report the Fan Alarm to the SAM. The alarm is reported
through specific alarm ports on the card.
The eAM is mandatory when LTE is the only technology present in a cabinet to manage
the Fan Alarm as the SAM is the only OMC managing the configuration. An eAM is
optional if other technologies are present in the cabinet. However, it is still recommended
in order to report the Fan alarm to SAM. If GSM is present in the cabinet and an eAM is
not deployed, a cable is needed to report the Fan Alarm by way of the XIBM alarm
module to the OMC.

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(Timing, Backhaul, Power)

Overview
Purpose
This chapter describes the timing backhaul and power architecture for the 9412 eNodeB.

Contents

Timing Architecture 4-2


Timing Interface 4-4
Facilities Interface 4-5
CPRI Interface 4-9
Single Antenna Transmit Scheme 4-10
Power Architecture 4-15

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Timing Architecture
General Timing Architecture
In general all system timing is distributed within the BBUs or across the CPRI links to the
TRDUs. The eNodeB must obtain synchronization to drive the BBU timing circuits.
While LTE in general can operate in an unsynchronized fashion, to facilitate fast
handover to CDMA networks it is desirable that the LTE network be phase-synchronized
with the CMDA network. CDMA networks are GPS-synchronized, therefore the Cube
also needs to be GPS-synchronized. To facilitate easy installation in CDMA cell sites, the
LTE system should accept the same type of GPS signal as used by the CDMA network.
This is an RF GPS signal having 26dB of gain provided at the GPS antenna (ground-level
GPS signals are -130dBm, so after 26dB of gain the level is -104dBm before counting RF
cable losses). If a higher signal level is needed, multiple types of active GPS splitters are
available as part of the usual CDMA ancillary equipment.

Timing Architecture (with d2U)


The d2U can accept an RF GPS signal typically, (specifically, a 1pps signal). Therefore,
the d2U-equipped eNodeB will include a separate GPS box (based on a Trimble
evaluation system) that receives the RF GPS signal and generates the necessary 1pps
signal. Because the Trimble system is also used (sometimes) in the CDMA system, it has
appropriate RF input signal characteristics. Any GPS-based system must consider the
issue of “holdover” (also called “flywheeling”), which is the ability of the system to
continue to operate despite episodic losses of the GPS signal (which can occur due to
weather or satellite problems).

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Synchronization Architecture
The following diagram shows the timing architecture for the three cases of the eNodeB.

Figure 4-1 Synchronization Architecture

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Timing Interface
RF and GPS signal
For synchronization, the eNodeB uses an RF GPS interface with signal levels in the range
-114 to -124 dBm (this represents 17 – 26 dB of gain over the received signal strength of
GPS at the Earth’s surface).

RF Interface
The eNodeB has two RF antenna interfaces per sector in each of three sectors, making six
interfaces in all. Each interface is a duplex interface meaning both the Tx (downlink) and
Rx (uplink) signals exist on each interface. Each interface is cabled from the TRDUs to a
cabinet connection point using jumper cables. The cabinet interconnection point uses 7/16
DIN connectors. The eNodeB includes two RF connections per sector to allow the use of
an external RF filter panel (for antenna-sharing purposes).

Antenna Control Interface


The eNodeB has several control interfaces for various purposes. Each of the following
interfaces exists on each TRDU so applies to a single sector (that is, there is one interface
of each type per sector):

Table 4-1 Antenna Control Interface

Control Interfaces Estimated Heat Dissipation (Watts)


AISG The AISG v2.0 [E3] interface, which is a two-wire RS485 interface,
is used to control antenna tilt and/or TTLNA functionality,
according to the AISG specification. The connection includes both
the data interface and both the AISG +12 VDC and +24 VDC power
supply capabilities.
I2 C This interface is meant to be used when an external filter panel is
deployed. This interface can be used with the “smart” OneBTS
filter panels (having internal RF switching capability) and also with
the “passive” OneBTS filter panels. The latter is enabled by having
a 12VDC source on the same connector as the I2C signals; the
12VDC can source up to 1.25A.
Fast Ethernet A 10BaseT Ethernet, on an RJ-45 connector, allows access to the
internals of each TRDU for debugging and firmware download
purposes. This is meant to be a test interface only, not used during
normal eNodeB operation.

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Facilities Interface
Backhaul Interface
The 9412 eNodeB uses two possible GigE interfaces These interfaces, specifically
1000BaseFX, are intended to be a fiber interface using an SFP device inserted into the
BBU (d2U). In the case of the d2U BBU types, the GigE MDA is used to support the
GigE interface. An electrical (rather than optical) interface in principal could be used if
the far end of the connection (the 7705 SAR-8 ethernet aggregation unit) is very near
(within a few meters). However, because there is no secondary protection on the MDA
GigE ports and no room to put a protection unit, the link is constrained to be optical for
the d2U.
The 7705 SAR is not included in the indoor 9412 cabinet but be mounted elsewhere in the
cell site, but the outdoor 9412 cabinet will house the 7705 unit.

Figure 4-2 Backhaul Interface

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SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Indoor Cabinet
The 9412 indoor is connected to the SAR as shown.

Figure 4-3 SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Indoor Cabinet

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SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Outdoor Cabinet
When applicable, the SAR 7705 will be located inside the 9412 outdoor cabinet as shown.

Figure 4-4 SAR7705 Connection to 9412 Outdoor Cabinet

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Alarms
The eNodeB collects alarm information using the eAM and the internal one-wire
interface. All user alarms and internal alarm connections, such as the door-intrusion and
fan- alarm signals, must use the eAM. The eNodeB collects frame alarms directly with no
external module needed. The remaining d2U frame alarms are unassigned. TRDUs will
convey all alarm information via the CPRI interfaces to the controller in the BBU.

Figure 4-5 Alarms

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CPRI Interface
CPRI
The eNodeB, when equipped with a d2U, supports six CPRI interfaces having a data rate
of either 614.4 Mbps (CPRI rate 1) or 1228.8 Mbps (CPRI rate 2) or 2457.6 Mbps (CPRI
rate 3). The CPRI interfaces are supported with SFPs with copper interconnectivety due
to close proximity of the TRDUs. The support of CPRI rate 1 is needed only for
interfacing to a co-located CDMA 9234; there is no need for the TRDU to support CPRI
rate 1 (use of at least CPRI rate 2 is acceptable). In the initial deployments, the Cube is
expected to support LTE only, with direct LTE-only connectivity between the BBU and
TRDUs.

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Single Antenna Transmit Scheme


Overview
The aim of this eNodeB feature is to support single transmit antenna mode to support the
following two scenarios:
• In deployment scenarios where operators require only single antenna operation.
• In failure scenarios that one of the two Tx paths failed, eNodeB can gracefully
downgrade to single antenna mode and continue to support users at the maximum
capacity possible with single transmit path.
See the guide for setting up the Single antenna transmit scheme feature.

PBCH Configuration
The radio equipments used for the PBCH are the same as the ones already used in earlier
releases. The PBCH will be transmitted according to the transmission mode configured by
the operator.

Physical Channel Configuration


All physical channels PCFICH, PHICH, PDCCH and PDSCH will be transmitted
according to the transmission mode configured by the operator.

Downlink Transport Channel


The BCH coding process is almost same as the one used for the configuration with two
transmit antennas. Only the CRC attachment phase is involved by the number of antennas
used in the configuration.

Downlink Control Information


The DCI usage for data transmission in FDD for a given user is summarized in the
following table based on the transmission mode.

Table 4-2 DCI Usage for Data Transmission

Transmission mode DCI format Search Space Transmission


scheme of PDSCH
corresponding to
PDCCH
Mode 1 - Single DCI format 1A Common and UE Single-antenna port,
Transmit antenna specific port 0
(SIMO) DCI format 1 UE specific Single-antenna port,
port 0

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Table 4-2 DCI Usage for Data Transmission (continued)

Transmission mode DCI format Search Space Transmission


scheme of PDSCH
corresponding to
PDCCH
Mode 2 - Transmit DCI format 1A Common and UE Transmit diversity
diversity (TxDiv) specific
DCI format 1 UE specific Transmit diversity
Mode 3 - Open-loop DCI format 1A Common and UE Transmit diversity
special multiplexing specific
(SU-MIMO) or DCI format 2A UE specific Open-loop spatial
TxDiv multiplexing or
transmit diversity
Mode 4 - Closed-loop DCI format 1A Common and UE Transmit diversity
special multiplexing specific
(1 layer or 2 layers) DCI format 2 UE specific Closed-loop spatial
or TxDiv multiplexing or
transmit diversity

Synchronization Signals Diversity


In the current implementation, the synchronization signals are transmitted only on the
first antenna port (port 0) and when there is a non detected issue on this port, the UE
cannot be synchronized on this cell.
When the issue is detected, the eNodeB will configure the signals on the second transmit
path in order to guarantee the broadcast of the synchronization signals.
The objective is to transmit the signals over both antennas by a dedicated eNodeB
configuration, instead of transmitting the Primary Synchronization Signal (PSS) and the
Secondary Synchronization Signal (SSS) over the antenna port 0.
This will provide the eNodeB with the transmit diversity for synchronization signals. As
there is no pre-coding, the performance will be less than the transmit diversity of the
channels defined for LTE (PDCCH, PDSC and so on). Nevertheless, the Synchronization
signals are transmitted only on the antenna port 0 even if an issue is detected or not. The
diversity reception by the UE reduces the degradation due to the lack of pre-coding.

Transmit Diversity Configuration


This feature will be activated or deactivated by the operator. The cell configuration needs
to be cleared before applying this configuration in order bring up the LTE cell with the
transmit diversity of the synchronization signals.
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When this feature is activated, the transmit diversity defense mechanism in case of failure
detection for protecting the antenna port 0 should be inhibited.
The attribute isSyncSignalsDiversityAllowed under CellActivationService
object is used to manage the transmission mode of the synchronization signals (PSS and
SSS).

Power Management
The power offset attributes (primarySyncSignalPowerOffset and
secondarySyncSignalPowerOffset) defined at the OAM layer represents the power
offset when transmit diversity is not activated.
When synchronization signal diversity is activated, the power is statically shared equally
on both antennas, whatever the state of the transmit paths. The loss of power due to the
first transmit path failure will be the same as for other channels (PDCCH, PDSCH and so
on), involving a homogeneous cell coverage reduction between all signals and channels.

Defense Mechanism TXDIV TO SIMO


No automatic reconfiguration is required to reconfigure the eNodeB transmission in
single transmit antenna. In case of failures, it automatically starts transmitting using a
single antenna.
The operator have an easy way to switch the initial configuration to the single transmit
antenna mode by modifying the transmissionMode attribute under LteCellFDD
object.

Transmit Diversity Defense Mechanism


When LteCell is configured with several antennas, it would be useful to be able to
manage a degraded mode without any reconfiguration.
The management of the partial transmission path failure is split in two parts:
• Management of the hardware failure to keep the service.
• Manage the UE by power control to favor the ones at the cell edge.

Hardware Failure Management


The objective is to allow the degraded mode (when one of the transmit path is failed) for
the LteCell. For that the eNodeB OAM software entity must inform the CallP software
entity that the degraded service is still available by setting the PhysicalCell with the
right combination states.

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To retain the availability of the service when the synchronization signal diversity is not
activated, eNodeB OAM has to preserve the antenna port 0 (for the transmission of
synchronization signals), whatever the failure that is detected and without any cell reset.
During the switch, may be one or several radio frames could be discarded.
When the synchronization signal diversity is activated, the eNodeB OAM has to inhibit
the switch of synchronization signals in case of failure detection.

Single Antenna Defense Mechanism


When the single antenna mode is activated, only one transmit path is required. If two
transmit paths are available in the eNodeB per LteCell, only one path is used and the
second one has to be managed as a spare transmit path.
When the operational transmit path fails, the LteCell configuration is cleared and the
new configuration is done by mapping the antenna port (0) to the second transmit path.
When the failed transmit path restores, it is considered as the new spare path for
transmission.
According to the hardware configuration, this mechanism could be implemented either in
the RRH/TRDU module or in eNodeB OAM.

Supervision
The supervision of the single antenna transmit scheme is carried out through alarms,
states and statuses. This is in order to highlight the service impact and to focus the
operator’s attention on the appropriate issue that is affecting the network.
Up to 50 alarms are linked to RRH/TRDU modules and is raised to the operators for
tracking the issues in the network.
The operational state and the availability status of the Radio Frequency modules are
managed by eNodeB and is available to the operator through the NEM. This information
is aggregated in the external model through the object sector. It represents a
geographical sector of the eNodeB, where a cell will be able to radiate. A sector uses one
or more antennas, from one or several radio frequency modules. This object sector is
visible to the operator for the supervision as well in OMC as in NEM.
The following are the different states and status available.

Table 4-3 Sector State/Status

Operational State Availability Status Meaning


Disabled Powered off The resource is powered off

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Operational State Availability Status Meaning


Disabled Dependency The resource cannot operate
because some other resource
on which it depends is not
available.
Disabled Failed The resource has an internal
fault that prevents it from
operating.
Enabled or Disabled In test The resource is undergoing a
test procedure.
Enabled Degraded The service available from the
resource is degraded.
Enabled Empty Full service is available.

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Power Architecture
General
The indoor eNodeB is required to accept +24VDC or -48VDC power.
The following figure shows the power architecture for the indoor eNodeB equipped with
the d2U BBU.

Figure 4-6 Power architecture

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9412 Compact Indoor Power consumption
The following table provides the power consumption for the 9412 eNodeB Compact
indoor cabinet when equipped with the following.

Table 4-4 9412 Compact Indoor Power consumption

9412 Compact Indoor Power Consumption (+24/-48V)


Carrier Quantity of TRDUs DC Power Max (W) DC Power Typ (W)
Configuration
(Cell*)
One Cell 1 745 675
Two Cells 2 1210 1100
Three Cells 3 1680 1525

Notes:
1. If an auxiliary unit is being powered by the 9412 LTE Compact Indoor, that wattage must
added to the DC Power Consumption numbers in table above.
2. *Cell is the LTE term for sector.

9412 Compact Outdoor power consumption


The following table provides the power consumption for the 9412 eNodeB Compact
outdoor cabinets.

Table 4-5 9412 Compact outdoor power consumption

9412 Compact Outdoor Power Consumption (+24/-48V)


Cabinet Watts (Maximum) Watts
(Typical)
BB (with heater) 1400 1190
BB (without heater) 1000 790
RF 1890 1419

Notes:
1. The BB has a 400 Watt DC heater.

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Power consumption Rack-Mount power consumption
The following table provides the power consumption for the 9412 eNodeB Compact
Rack-Mount shelf when equipped with the d2Uv5 Sub-Rack e/w v5 Fan Rack.

Table 4-6 9412 Compact Rack-Mount Power Consumption (+24/-48V)

9412 Compact Rack-Mount Power Consumption (+24/-48V)


Carrier Quantity of Quantity of DC Power Max DC Power Typ
Configuration TRDUs bCEMs (W) (W)
(Cell*)
One Cell 1 1 856 598
Two Cells 2 2 1476 1033
Three Cells 3 3 2096 1468

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Appendix A: LED status

Overview
Purpose
This appendix describes the functional status of the CCM and CEM LEDs in the Nokia
9926 BBU, and TRDU LEDs in the Nokia 9412 eNodeB Compact or Nokia 9412
eNodeB Compact Smart cabinets.

Contents

eCCM-U LED status A-2


eCCM2 LED status A-5
bCAM2 LED status A-12
bCEM LED status A-14
bCEM2 LED status A-16
TRDU LED status A-18
Synchronization loss (Holdover mode) A-22

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eCCM-U LED status


Purpose
The following tables provide an interpretation of the eCCM-U LED matrix and eCCM-U
CPRI LEDs.

eCCM-U LED matrix


The following figure shows the LED matrix on the eCCM-U.

Figure A-1 eCCM-U LED matrix


bCEM-U (1,2,3)
LED STATUS
RED GREEN
eCCM-U LED
MATRIX
CMA
SYNC
MDA
PCM

CMA PCM
MDA
SYNC
eCCM-U LED
MATRIX
9926 BBU in 9926 BBU in
9412 eNodeB Equipment Rack

CMA LED status


CMA (top row of matrix) The two left-most LEDs light after the eCCM-U has fully
booted. If they are not on, reboot the 9926 BBU by cycling power.

SYNC LED status


The SYNC LEDs show the status of the drop loads and GPS synchronization during
integration.

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SYNC LED status during D30 software loads
The following table verifies the GPS synchronization when the 9926 BBU is booting
during D30 software loads.

Table A-1 SYNC LED status during D30 software loads

SYNC Description What to do


(2nd row/
column)
Solid Green When the SYNC LEDs are solid No action required.
green the 9926 BBU timing is
Locked.
Off When the 9926 BBU is first booted No action required.
on D30 software there should not be
any LEDs on the SYNC.
Flashing Green When the SYNC LEDs are flashing No action required.
green the 9926 BBU is acquiring
GPS signal but still Unlocked.
Solid Red When the SYNC LEDs are solid red Check for GPS signal, cable
the 9926 BBU is unable to detect connections.
the GPS signal.

SYNC LEDs status during D50 and D60 software loads


The following table verifies the GPS synchronization when the 9926 BBU is booting
during D50 software loads.

Table A-2 SYNC LEDs status during D50 and D60 software loads

SYNC Description What to do


(2nd row/
column)
Off When the eNB is first booted on D50 No action required.
software there should not be any LEDs
on the SYNC.
Flashing In D50, during the power up, the eNB database.xml file is not integrated.
Amber does not have a database.xml file Complete integration.
which is required to establish GPS
lock. The SYNC LEDs flash amber
until the eNB is integrated.
Solid Green In D50, solid green SYNC LEDs No action required.
indicate the eNB has a valid NOTE: Solid green only appears after
database.xml file and has GPS lock. integration is complete.
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eCCM-U MDA/PCM LEDs
The MDA and PCM LEDs are not used.

eCCM-U CPRI LEDs


The following table shows the CPRI LED status for the CPRI cables between the TRDU
or RRH. The LEDs are located just above the SFP ports.

Table A-3 eCCM-U CPRI LEDs

TX LED RX LED Description What to do


Solid Green Solid Green Indicates an active signal No action require.
between TRDU/RRH and Check TRDU/RRH CPRI LEDs
eCCM. for the same indication for normal
operation.
Off Solid Green Indicates an active RX Check SFP, cables, and
signal and no TX signal connections. If necessary, replace
between TRDU/RRH and SFP and/or cables. If that fails,
eCCM. test and/or replace
TRDU/RRH/eCCM.
Check TRDU/RRH CPRI LEDs
for the same indication.
Solid Green Off Indicates an active TX Check SFP, cables, and
signal and no RX signal connections. If necessary, replace
between TRDU/RRH and SFP and/or cables. If that fails,
eCCM. test and/or replace
TRDU/RRH/eCCM.
Check TRDU/RRH CPRI LEDs
for the same indication.
Off Off Indicates no signal between Check SFP, cables, and
TRDU/RRH and eCCM. connections. If necessary, replace
SFP and/or cables. If that fails,
test and/or replace
TRDU/RRH/eCCM.
Check TRDU/RRH CPRI LEDs
for the same indication.

eCCM-U GigE MDA port LED status


GigE MDA ports have LEDs that indicate signal activity.

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eCCM2 LED status


Purpose
The following provides an interpretation of the eCCM2 LED matrix and eCCM2 CPRI
LEDs.
Unless otherwise indicated, eCCM2 refers to both the eCCM2 and eCCM2-HR.

eCCM2 LED Matrix


The following figure shows the LED matrix on the eCCM2.

Figure A-2 eCCM2 LED Matrix

eCCM2 CMA LED status


The following figure shows the operation of the CMA 3 and CMA 4 LEDs which display
the status of the eCCM2 self tests, software downloads, and boots.

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Figure A-3 eCCM2 CMA 3 and 4

The following figure shows the operation of the CMA 2 LED which displays the software
technology loaded on the eCCM2.

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Figure A-4 eCCM2 CMA 2

The following figure shows the operation of the CMA 1 LED which displays the activity
status of the eCCM2.

Figure A-5 eCCM2 CMA 1

eCCM2 SYNC LED status


The following figures show the operation of the SYNC LEDs which display the status of
the GPS receiver.

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Figure A-6 eCCM2 SYNC 4

Figure A-7 eCCM2 SYNC 3

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Figure A-8 eCCM2 SYNC 2

Note: This external source can be a slave eCCM2 that would acquire its
synchronization from a master eCCM2.

Figure A-9 eCCM2 SYNC 1

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eCCM2 LNK LED status


The following figure shows the operation of the LNK (link) LEDs which display which
source is currently selected to discipline the local oscillator.

Figure A-10 eCCM2 LNK 1, 2, 3, and 4

If blinking, the local oscillator is in holdover, meaning it has temporarily lost


communication with the source identified by the blinking LED.
If red, the holdover time has been exceeded.

eCCM2 CPRI LEDs


There are two LEDs per CPRI to show port status (SFP Tx enabled - green; SFP Rx
detected signalling - green).

eCCM2 SFP LEDs


There are two LEDs per SFP backhaul to show port status (SFP Tx enabled - green; SFP
Rx detected signalling - green).

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eCCM2 RJ-45 port LEDs
There are two LEDs per RJ-45 port to show link and activity status (link is connected -
green; data in transmission - blinking yellow).

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bCAM2 LED status


Purpose
There are two banks of LEDs on the bCAM2. The left bank (A4 - A1, top to bottom)
provides information about the board status, the right bank (B4 - B1, top to bottom)
provides information about the BBU external synchronization.

A4 LED
The following table describes the A4 LED board status. Top LED indicates some
synthesis about the board operational status. It is activated during the startup, to show the
different steps of the startup, as well as some alarm indication if present.

Table A-4 bCAM2 A4 LED board status (top LED)

A4 LED state Description


OFF Power off
Red Power On – Board Restart
YELLOW (steady) Beginning of start-up
YELLOW (blinking fast) BIST execution
YELLOW (steady) BIST OK – start-up on going
RED BIST FAILED
GREEN Start-up completed
RED Module Out of Service (internal board failure)
GREEN/RED (blinking slow) Software upgrade in progress

A3 LED
A3 LED is not active, for future enhancements (second LED).

A2 LED
The following table describes the A2 LED technology status (third LED).

Table A-5 bCAM2 A2 LED technology status (third LED)

A2 LED state Description


OFF Power off
GREEN Indicates board technology as LTE.

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A1 LED
The following table describes the A1 LED modem status (bottom LED). This LED is
used to provide status of the physical ability of the internal modem to support cell
operation, not the functionality of the cells configured on the board.

Table A-6 bCAM2 A1 LED modem status (botom LED)

A1 LED state Description


OFF Power off
GREEN All modem functions are available
YELLOW At least one modem function is available.
RED Modem functions not available

B4 LED
The following table describes the B4 LED modem status (top LED). This LED is used to
provide status of the physical ability of the modem to support some cells, not the
functionality of the cells configured on the board.

Table A-7 bCAM2 B4 LED modem status (top LED)

B4 LED state Description


OFF power off, no synchronization required yet
YELLOW (blinking) Synchronization under acquisition, TU is not
UP yet
GREEN Synchronization locked
GREEN (blinking) Hand down to another source, or early
holdover. TU is still UP
GREEN / YELLOW (toggling) Holdover with Minor alarm. TU is still UP
GREEN / RED (toggling) Holdover with Major Alarm. TU is still UP
RED Failure, not locked. TU is NOT UP

B3, B2, B1 LEDs


Not used, for future enhancements.

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bCEM LED status


Purpose
The following information provides an interpretation of the status LED configurations for
the bCEM.

Check four LED bCEM status


Determine whether the bCEM requires replacement by observing the condition of the
status LEDs on the faceplate as described in the following table. The LED column shows
the condition of the LED matrix. The Status column indicates the status of the bCEM
based on the illumination of the four-LED matrix. The What to do column describes how
to react to the status displayed by the LED matrix.
Table A-8 Four LED bCEM status

LED Status What to do


1 Power off. Check RUC/Fan Tray and/or PDP power switch.
• If power is turned off to the BBU, cycle power and
check for change in status.
– If status changes from LED 2 to LED 8, bCEM is
functioning properly, replacement procedure
completed.
– If status changes to LED 9, or LED 10, bCEM has
failed, continue with procedure and/or replace
bCEM.
• If power is turned on to the BBU, bCEM has failed,
continue with procedure and replace bCEM.
2 Power on with bCEM Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 3.
restart.

.
3 Beginning startup. Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 4.

.
4 BISTS starting. Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 5.

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LED Status What to do


5 After BISTS started Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 6.
and until end of
startup.

.
6 Software upgrade in Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 8.
progress, with bCEM
ok.

.
7 Software upgrade in Allow bCEM to continue processing on to LED 8.
progress, with bCEM
partially not ok.

.
8 Startup completed. If bCEM successfully completes startup, bCEM is operating
bCEM ok. properly. No further changes/updates are required.

.
9 BISTS failed (bCEM Cycle power and follow LED status. If BISTS fails again,
partially not ok). continue with procedure and replace bCEM.

.
10 bCEM out of service Cycle power and follow LED status. If bCEM goes out of
(internal failure). service again, continue with procedure and replace bCEM.

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bCEM2 LED status


Purpose
There is one bank of LEDs on the bCEM2and provides information about the board
status.

A4 LED
The following table describes the A4 LED board status. Top LED indicates some
synthesis about the board operational status. It is activated during the startup, to show the
different steps of the startup, as well as some alarm indication if present.

Table A-9 bCEM2 A4 LED board status (top LED)

A4 LED state Description


OFF Power off
RED Power On – Board Restart
YELLOW (steady) Beginning of start-up
YELLOW (blinking fast) BIST execution
YELLOW (steady) BIST OK, start-up is on going
RED BIST FAILED
GREEN Start-up completed
RED Module Out of Service (internal board failure)
GREEN/RED (blinking slow) Software upgrade in progress

A3 LED
A3 LED is not active, for future enhancements (second LED).

A2 LED
The following table describes the A2 LED technology status (third LED).

Table A-10 bCEM2 A2 LED technology status (third LED)

A2 LED state Description


OFF Power off
GREEN Indicates board technology as LTE.

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A1 LED
The following table describes the A1 LED modem status (bottom LED). This LED is
used to provide status of the physical ability of the internal modem to support cell
operation, not the functionality of the cells configured on the board.

Table A-11 bCEM2 A1 LED modem status (bottom LED)

A1 LED state Description


OFF Power off
GREEN All modem functions are available
YELLOW At least one modem function is available.
RED Modem functions not available

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TRDU LED status


Purpose
The following tables provide an interpretation of the TRDU General Status LEDs and
TRDU CPRI Status LEDs.

TRDU LEDs
The following figure shows the location of the TRDU General Status LEDs (General
Status LEDs) and TRDU CPRI Status LEDs (Primary CPRI Connector (to CCM)).

Note: For old TRDUs like shown in the upper picture there is a cluster of three
adjacent LEDs that indicate the general status (green, yellow and red), but for other
newer TRDUs as TRDU2x60-08 (B20) there is only one status LED (single LED
display on the table below).

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LED RTU State Description Three LED Display: Single LED


STATE Green LED / Yellow LED Display
ID / Red LED
1 No Power Supplied No AC or DC power (dead Off Off Off Off
unit)
2 Initial Power On RTU is initializing Solid Solid Solid Solid Red
3 External Power AC or DC input power feed is Flash Flash Flash Flash Red
Supply Failure out of range
4 Software Download The unit is downloading Off Flash Off Flash Yellow
software and RF transmission
is off, but is currently
operational
5 Nonrecoverable A critical hardware failure Off Off Solid Solid Red
Critical Failure prevents either the transmit
path or the active receive
paths (or all paths) from
functioning
6 Recoverable Critical The unit is not currently Off Off Flash Flash Red
Failure operational due to hardware
fault, but should recover (e.g.
Under-Temperature Warm-Up
or Over-Temperature Critical
Shutdown)
7 Slave CPRI Link The slave CPRI link has Off Solid Solid Solid Yellow
Failure failed
8 Non-Critical Non-critical fault (other than Solid Off Solid Solid Red
Nonrecoverable antenna) detected, fault is not
Failure recoverable, transmission is
still on
9 Non-Critical Non-critical fault (other than Solid Off Flash Flash Red
Recoverable Failure antenna) detected, fault is
recoverable, transmission is
still on
10 External Antenna An equipped antenna has a Flash Off Flash Flash Red
Failure VSWR fault
11 Background Software A background software Solid Flash Off n/a
Download download is in progress, RF
is currently enabled

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LED RTU State Description Three LED Display: Single LED


STATE Green LED / Yellow LED Display
ID / Red LED
12 Normal Operation No critical failures or faults, Solid Off Off Solid Green
transmitter is enabled
13 Standby No critical failures or faults, Off Solid Off Flash Green
but the transmitter is disabled

TRDU CPRI Status LEDs


The following table provides an interpretation of the TRDU CPRI PRI/SEC Status LED.
There is a multi-color LED next to each of the two CPRI link connections. The
multi-color LED is capable of displaying Green and Red.

Table A-12 TRDU CPRI PRI/SEC Status LED

CPRI LED CPRI Status Description What to do


Andrews TRDU
Active CPRI link active and No action required.
working
Failure, CPRI link failed or not Check operation and/or CPRI
Alarm, or not connected cable, eCCM-U, and/or TRDU.
present Replace as required.
Inactive Power off When 9412 eNodeB is
operational, turn power on,
and/or check/replace power
connections.
When 9412 eNodeB is not
operational (power off), no action
is required.
MTI TRDU
Active CPRI link active and No action required.
working
Failure or CPRI link failed Check operation and/or replace
Alarm CPRI cable, eCCM-U, and/or
TRDU.

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Table A-12 TRDU CPRI PRI/SEC Status LED (continued)

CPRI LED CPRI Status Description What to do


Inactive or CPRI link not connected When 9412 eNodeB is
not connected or power off operational, check power is on,
check power connections and/or
check CPRI connection.
When 9412 eNodeB is not
operational, no action is required.

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Synchronization loss (Holdover mode)


Description
After a loss of clock synchronization, the 9926 BBU can operate in Holdover Mode (also
known as Flywheeling). Once in Flywheeling mode, the following oscillator flywheeling
limits are in affect. These limits are based on a normally good reference signal lock
followed by a complete loss of lock:
• FDD Frequency mode (maximum 50 ppb frequency error):
Warning is reported when loss detected
Minor is reported after 30% of flywheeling limit is reached or 1 day after loss
detected
Major is reported after 60% of flywheeling limit is reached or 3 days after loss
detected
Critical is reported when the holdover expires (GPS: 1 year, 1588: 30 days) and will
shut down the LTE modems!
• WARNING! An unstable timing reference (GPS or 1588) may cause premature alarm
escalation.
• Note: The controller will reset the GPS receiver if: a) it does not initialize within 5
minutes, or b) there are no visible satellites for 1 hour, or c) the self survey does not
complete within 24 hours.
• Feature loss:
For FDD LTE, a loss of GPS can result in feature loss long before call processing is
shutdown:
– After 10 minutes, OTDOA service will be shut down.
– For eMBMS, Holdover time depends on the quality of GPS lock, controller type,
and length of previous lock. The optimal case is a thermally stable Macro
controller (bCAM2) that had at least 72 hours prior lock to GPS with good
reception before losing lock. In this case, after approximately 26 hours, eMBMS
will not be supported.
In the same instance but with an eCCM or eCCM2, after approximately 5 hours,
eMBMS will not be supported.
In either case, Holdover time could be less if the GPS has been unstable.
– After 24 hours, Handover to CDMA will not be supported.
Note: If the eMBMS uses a PTP source:
– With PTP source and Macro, after approximately 2 hours eMBMS will not be
supported.
With PTP source and Metro, after approximately 16 minutes eMBMS will not be
supported.
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Appendix B: Product
conformance statements

Overview
Purpose
This appendix describes the product conformance statements that apply to the 9412
eNodeB cabinet.
In regions such as North America and the European Union, the statements that are
required are determined primarily by national or multi-national regulations. However, in
some regions, contract terms determine which statements are required.
The presence of the statement indicates that the product does comply with that statement
wherever it is required to do so.

Contents

United States B-2


European Union B-6

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United States
Introduction
The statements that follow are the product conformance statements that apply to the 9412
eNodeB cabinet when deployed in the United States.

Federal Communications Commission


Important! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Nokia for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
.
47 CFR FCC Part 15
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
47 CFR FCC Part 15 Class A (as marketed)
Important! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to 47 CFR 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 instruction, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
RF approval
This equipment complies with 47 CFR Part 2, Subpart J -Equipment Authorization
Procedures, of the FCC Rules.
This equipment complies with 47 CFR Part 27 -Miscellaneous Wireless Communications
Services.

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FDA/IEC optical transmitter product compliance
Nokia declares that the 9412 eNodeB cabinet complies with the Food and Drug
Administration's Center for Devices and Radiological Health (FDA/CDRH) regulations
21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11. It is a Class I/1 laser optical fiber communication systems
"product" under the FDA.
This Product is designed to ensure that personnel operating the product are not
endangered by laser radiation during normal operation and fault conditions. This product
does not present a risk of eye injury because it is fully enclosed and does not contain
embedded lasers greater than Class I/1 unless otherwise noted.

CAUTION
Laser hazard
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
Do not view directly into the laser beam with optical instruments such as a fiber
microscope because viewing of laser emission in excess of Class 1 limits significantly
increases the risk of eye damage.
Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or an open connector as long as the optical
source is switched on.
Ensure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber
connectors.

Product safety conformance


The 9412 Compact eNodeB, TRDU 700 MHz, is safety certified for the United States of
America by a Nationally Recognized Test Laboratory (NRTL) accredited by the US
Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), such as
UL, CSA, or others. The product bears this certification mark of this certification
laboratory on its main nameplate label. Should the local authority having jurisdiction
(AHJ) require prior or additional verification of this certification, a product certificate of
compliance can be obtained from the specific certification laboratory by the
business/product unit Applicant for the product.
Any modifications to this equipment are not permitted without review and official written
authorization from the specific certification body. Unauthorized changes may violate the
Product Safety Certification. Modifications or changes authorized by official CN/CNN
are assumed to have received prior approval from this Lab.

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Indoor applications
This equipment is intended for installation in restricted access locations where access is
controlled or where access can only be gained by service personnel with a key or tool.
Access to this equipment is restricted to qualified service personnel only.

Antenna exposure
Antenna installations for the 9412 eNodeB cabinet shall be performed in accordance with
all applicable manufacturer's recommendations, and national laws and regulations. To
ensure correct antenna installation, the antenna installer shall perform all necessary
calculations and/or field measurements to evaluate compliance with applicable national
laws or regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields. The supplier of radio
equipment, the supplier of antenna equipment and the integrator and builder of the site
must provide sufficient information so that the limits of the exclusion zones can be
determined. Any changes to the antenna or other equipment in the transmit path may
require re-evaluation of the exposures to electromagnetic fields.
Pursuant to 47 CFR Part 1, Subpart I, subject to the provisions of section 1.1307, all
installations must be evaluated for requirements contained in Table 1, “Limits for
maximum permissible exposure,” in section 1.1310.

Material content compliance - RoHS 2 directive


European Union (EU) Directive 2011/65/EU, “Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous
Substances in electrical and electronic equipment” (RoHS 2), restricts the use of lead,
mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and certain flame retardants in electrical and
electronic equipment. This Directive applies to electrical and electronic products placed
on the EU market after 2 January 2013, with various exemptions, including an exemption
for lead solder in network infrastructure equipment. Any company products shipped to the
EU after 2 January 2013 comply with the EU RoHS 2 Directive. The company ensures
that equipment is assessed in accordance with the Harmonised Standard EN50581:2012
(CENELEC) on “Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic
products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances”.

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Material content compliance
The following notification applies to Nokia products distributed for sale, resale or use.
This product, part, or both may include a lithium-manganese dioxide battery, which
contains very small amounts of a perchlorate substance. Special handling may apply.
For California:
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply.
See http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/

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Introduction
The statements that follow are the product conformance statements that apply to the 9412
Compact (800 MHz) bearing the CE Marking and when deployed in the European Union.

Declaration of Conformity for radio and telecommunication terminal equipment under the scope
of Directive 1999/5/EC
Hereby, Nokia declares that the equipment documented in this publication is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
The technical documentation as required by the Conformity Assessment procedure is kept
at the Nokia location which is responsible for this product. For more information please
contact your local Nokia Customer Service Organization.
CE marking
This product has been CE-marked in accordance with the following European Directive:
• Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) 1999/5/EC
EMC and radio spectrum compliance for the 850 MHz product
The equipment complies with the following EMC and radio spectrum specifications:
• EN 300 339 V1.1.1 (1998-06)
• ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1 (2005-09)
• ETSI EN 301 489-26 V2.3.1 (2005-07)
• ETSI EN 301 908-1 V2.2.1 (2003-10)
• Code of Federal Regulations FCC part 24(E)
• IS 3GPP2 - C.S0010-B
Product safety conformance
The equipment complies with the following product safety specifications:
• EN 60950-1:2001
• EN 60215:1989
Telecommunications Standards
The equipment complies with the following telecommunication specifications:
• Technical Basis Regulation TBR 13
Antenna exposure
Antenna installations for the 9412 Compact (800 MHz) shall be performed in accordance
with all applicable manufacturer's recommendations, and national laws and regulations.
To ensure correct antenna installation, the antenna installer shall perform all necessary
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calculations and/or field measurements to evaluate compliance with applicable national
laws or regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields. The supplier of radio
equipment, the supplier of antenna equipment and the integrator and builder of the site
must provide sufficient information so that the limits of the exclusion zones can be
determined. Any changes to the antenna or other equipment in the transmit path may
require re-evaluation of the exposures to electromagnetic fields.
Pursuant to
• European Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC “On the limitation of exposure of
the general public to electromagnetic fields” dated 12 July 1999 and
• ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection)
“Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric, magnetic, and
electromagnetic fields”,
all installations must be evaluated against the Reference Levels, and if necessary
exclusion zones for public and installation workers defined.
The following information on Nokia supplied equipment is available from customer
representatives:
• Output power and antenna characteristic, if the product is equipped with an integral
antenna.
• A detailed description of at least one typical normal configuration, including antenna
system (feeders, connectors, combiners, antennas etc.), if the product is intended to be
used with external antennas.
• Limit distances for general public and occupational exposure. If the product is
intended for use with external antennas, limit distances shall be given for the given
typical system configurations.
• Information how to specify exposure levels and limit distances for any optional
system configuration not specified in detail.
• Information on how to install the equipment/system or the external antennas in order
to ensure that the separation between the radiating antenna and general public are
exceeding the maximum allowed distances.
Information on the methodology used for the determination of RF safety compliance
distances and exclusion zones, and the results of the compliance evaluation shall be
available for inspection by officials of the governing authorities.

Optical transmitters
Nokia declares that the 9412 Compact (800 MHz) complies with the CENELEC
standards EN 60825-1 Edition 1994 and its amendment 1 (2002) and amendment 2
(2001) and EN 60825-2 Edition 2004. It is a Class I/1 laser optical fiber communication
systems “product” under the IEC classifications.

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This product is designed to ensure that personnel operating the product are not
endangered by laser radiation during normal operation and fault conditions. This product
does not present a risk of eye injury because it is fully enclosed and does not contain
embedded lasers greater than Class I/1 unless otherwise noted.

CAUTION
Laser hazard
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.
Do not view directly into the laser beam with optical instruments such as a fiber
microscope because viewing of laser emission in excess of Class 1 limits significantly
increases the risk of eye damage.
Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or an open connector as long as the optical
source is switched on.
Ensure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber
connectors.

Packaging collection and recovery requirements


Countries, states, localities, or other jurisdictions may require that systems be established
for the return and/or collection of packaging waste from the consumer, or other end user,
or from the waste stream. Additionally, reuse, recovery, and/or recycling targets for the
return and/or collection of the packaging waste may be established.
For more information regarding collection and recovery of packaging and packaging
waste within specific jurisdictions, please contact the Nokia Services - Environmental
Health and Safety organization. For installations not performed by Nokia, please contact
the Nokia Customer Support Center at:
Technical Support Services, from all other countries: +1 630 224 4672, prompt 2

Recycling / take-back / disposal of product


Electronic products bearing or referencing the symbol shown below when put on the
market within the European Union, shall be collected and treated at the end of their useful
life, in compliance with applicable European Union and local legislation. They shall not
be disposed of as part of unsorted municipal waste. Due to materials that may be
contained in the product, such as heavy metals or batteries, the environment and human
health may be negatively impacted as a result of inappropriate disposal.

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Important! In the European Union, a solid bar under the crossed-out wheeled bin
indicates that the product was put on the market after 13 August 2005.
Moreover, in compliance with legal requirements and contractual agreements, where
applicable, Nokia will offer to provide for the collection and treatment of Nokia
products bearing the logo at the end of their useful life, or products displaced by
Nokia equipment offers. For information regarding take-back of equipment by Nokia,
or for more information regarding the requirements for recycling/disposal of product,
please contact your Nokia Account Manager or Nokia Takeback Support at:
takeback@alcatel-lucent.com.

Material content compliance


Compliance with the European Union Directive 2011/65/EU on the Restriction of the Use
of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS2):
Nokia has implemented a material/substance content management process. The process is
described in: Nokia process for ensuring RoHS Compliance (1AA002660031ASZZA).
This ensures compliance with the European Union Directive 2011/65/EU on the
Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (RoHS 2). With this process, equipment is assessed in accordance with the
Harmonised Standard EN50581:2012 (CENELEC) on Technical documentation for the
assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction of
hazardous substances.

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Appendix C: Abbreviations

Overview
Purpose
This appendix lists abbreviations used in this document and the expanded form of those
abbreviations.

Contents

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Description
0-9
4G fourth generation

A
AC Alternative Current

B
BB Base Band
BS Base Station

C
CCM Channel Control Module
CEM Channel Element Module
CIC Customer Information Center
CPRI Common Public Radio Interface
CSA Canadian Standards Association

D
d2U digital 2U-height box

E
eCCM enhanced Channel Control Module
eNodeB (eNB) evolved NodeB

F
FDD frequency division duplex

G
GPS Global Positioning System

H
Hz Hertz

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I
IEAM External Alarm Module

L
LED Light Emitting Diode
LTE Long Term Evolution
LTE RAN (eUTRAN, E-UTRAN) Long Term Evolution radio access network

M
MHz megahertz

N
NE network element

O
OLCS Online Customer Support

P
PIN personal identification number
PDP Power Distribution Panel

R
RAN radio access network
RF Radio Frequency
RBP Rack Back Plane
RRH Remote Radio Head

S
SAR Service Aggregation Router

T
TRDU Transmit Receive Duplex Unit
Tx Transmit

U
UE user equipment
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X
XMS eXtended Management System

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Numerics cabinet overview- internal view, GigE MDA port LEDs, A-4
9926 BBU, 3-11 2-33, 2-37, 2-38
matrix, A-2
............................................................. cabinet overview- top view, 2-32
MDA/PCM LEDs, A-4
CEM LED status
A about this document SYNC LED, A-2
bCEM, A-14
product overview, 2-1 eNode Compact Smart
CMA LED, A-2
about this information product, xiii 9926 BBU, 3-11
components
alarms benefits, 3-3
TRDU, 2-3
facilities, 4-8 components, 3-8
cpri interface, 4-9
antenna control, 4-4 eAM, 3-12
CPRI LEDs
............................................................. Fan Tray, 3-8
eCCM-U, A-4
B backhaul PDP, 3-12
CPRI Status LEDs
facilities, 4-5 supported configurations, 3-4
TRDU, A-20
bCAM2 TRDU, 3-8
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LEDs, A-12 TRDU Fan Tray, 3-8
D dimensions eNodeB Compact Smart
bCEM LED status, A-14
cabinet, 2-58, 2-59 product overview, 3-2
bCEM2
shelf, 2-59 .............................................................
LEDs, A-16
document support, xiv
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C cabinet overview, 2-31, 2-35 alarms, 4-8
E eAM, 3-12 backhaul, 4-5
cabinet overview- dimensions,
2-39 eCCM-U .............................................................
cabinet overview- Dual cabinet, LEDs, A-2
G GigE MDA port LEDs, A-4
2-34
eCCM-U LED status
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cabinet overview- external view,
CMA LED, A-2
2-31, 2-35 H hazardous substances
CPRI LEDs, A-4
RoHS 2 directive, B-4

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............................................................. power requirements TRDU LED status, A-18

L LED status power consumption, 4-16, .............................................................


4-16, 4-17
bCEM, A-14 W weights
product conformance statements,
TRDU, A-18 B-1 cabinet, 2-58, 2-59
LEDs, 2-58 European Union, B-6 miscellaneous hardware, 2-60
bCAM2, A-12 United States, B-2 shelf, 2-59
bCEM2, A-16 product overview, 2-1
eCCM-U, A-2 Product Overview, 3-2
eCCM-U CMA, A-2 product overview
eCCM-U CPRI, A-4 9412 eNodeB Rack mount
eCCM-U GigE MDA, A-4 overview, 2-40

eCCM-U matrix, A-2 cabinet overview, 2-31, 2-35

eCCM-U MDA/PCM, A-4 network description, 2-26

eCCM-U SYNC, A-2 product capabilities, 2-57

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M material content compliance, B-4 R Reason for reissue, xiii

MDA LEDs RoHS 2 directive, B-4

eCCM-U LED status, A-4 .............................................................

miscellaneous hardware S Safety and general information,


1-1
weights, 2-60
............................................................. SYNC LED
eCCM-U LED status, A-2
N network description, 2-26
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T timing architecture, 4-2
O overview- external view, 2-40
timing interface, 4-4
overview- internal view, 2-42,
2-43 GPS signal, 4-4

............................................................. RF signal, 4-4

P PCM LEDs TRDU, 3-8

eCCM-U LED status, A-4 CPRI Status LEDs, A-20


General Status LEDs, A-19
PDP, 3-12
phone numbers Interfaces, 2-6
TRDU block diagram, 2-5
for document support, xiv
TRDU Fan Tray, 3-8
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