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Contents

1 DBS3900 LTE Overview ............................................................................................................... 1


1.1 Positioning ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................ 2

2 Architecture .................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Overview .......................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.2 Baseband Unit .................................................................................................................................................. 4
2.2.1 Exterior of the BBU3900 ........................................................................................................................ 5
2.2.2 Boards of the BBU3900 .......................................................................................................................... 5
2.2.3 Ports on the BBU3900 ............................................................................................................................ 6
2.3 Remote Radio Unit ........................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.1 Exterior of the RRUs............................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.2 Ports on the RRUs ................................................................................................................................. 11
2.4 Auxiliary Devices ........................................................................................................................................... 13
2.4.1 Advanced Power Module with Heat-Exchanger ................................................................................... 14
2.4.2 Integrated Battery Backup System ........................................................................................................ 14
2.4.3 Transmission Cabinet with Heat-Exchanger ......................................................................................... 15

3 Usage Scenarios ........................................................................................................................... 17


3.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 17
3.2 BBU+RRU+APM30H ................................................................................................................................... 17
3.3 BBU+RRU+TMC11H ................................................................................................................................... 18
3.4 BBU+RRU+19-Inch Cabinet ......................................................................................................................... 19
3.5 BBU+RRU+Indoor Wall ................................................................................................................................ 20
3.6 BBU+RRU+ICR ............................................................................................................................................ 21
3.7 BBU+RRU+IMB03 ....................................................................................................................................... 22
3.8 BBU+RRU+OMB .......................................................................................................................................... 23

4 Configurations ............................................................................................................................. 25
4.1 Typical Configurations ................................................................................................................................... 25
4.2 Maximum Configurations .............................................................................................................................. 26

5 Operation and Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 27


5.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 27
5.2 OM System .................................................................................................................................................... 28

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5.3 Benefits .......................................................................................................................................................... 28


5.3.1 Configuration Management .................................................................................................................. 28
5.3.2 Fault Management ................................................................................................................................ 29
5.3.3 Performance Management .................................................................................................................... 30
5.3.4 Security Management ........................................................................................................................... 30
5.3.5 Software Management .......................................................................................................................... 30
5.3.6 Deployment Management ..................................................................................................................... 31
5.3.7 Equipment Management ....................................................................................................................... 31
5.3.8 Inventory Management ......................................................................................................................... 31

6 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 33


6.1 Capacity Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 33
6.2 Equipment Specifications ............................................................................................................................... 34
6.2.1 APM30H ............................................................................................................................................... 34
6.2.2 BBU3900 .............................................................................................................................................. 34
6.2.3 RRU3201 (2T2R).................................................................................................................................. 35
6.2.4 RRU3203 (2T2R).................................................................................................................................. 36
6.2.5 RRU3908 V1/RRU3908 V2 (2T2R) ..................................................................................................... 37
6.2.6 RRU3220 (2T2R).................................................................................................................................. 37
6.2.7 RRU3222 (2T2R).................................................................................................................................. 39
6.2.8 RRU3240 (2T4R).................................................................................................................................. 39
6.2.9 RRU3808 (2T2R).................................................................................................................................. 40
6.2.10 RRU3221 (2T2R)................................................................................................................................ 41
6.2.11 RRU3928 (2T2R) ................................................................................................................................ 41
6.2.12 RRU3929 (2T2R)................................................................................................................................ 42
6.3 Reliability Specifications ............................................................................................................................... 43
6.4 Compliance Standards .................................................................................................................................... 43

A Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 45

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1 DBS3900 LTE Overview

Long Term Evolution (LTE) is an evolved telecom standard. It provides various technical
benefits to Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN), including:
 Reduced service delay
 Higher user data rates
 Increased spectral efficiency
 Optimized support for packet services
 Improved system capacity and coverage
LTE has flexible bandwidths, enhanced modulation schemes, and effective scheduling. In
addition, LTE allows operators to use both original and new spectral resources to provide data
and voice services.

1.1 Positioning
Focusing on customer-oriented innovation, Huawei launches a series of LTE products in its
SingleBTS product portfolios, including the distributed E-UTRAN NodeB (eNodeB)
DBS3900 LTE. The DBS3900 LTE (referred to as DBS3900 in this document) fully utilizes
Huawei platform resources and uses a variety of technologies to meet the challenges of
mobile network development.
The eNodeB is used for radio access in the LTE system. The eNodeB mainly performs Radio
Resource Management (RRM) functions such as air interface management, access control,
mobility control, and User Equipment (UE) resource allocation. Multiple eNodeBs constitute
an E-UTRAN system.

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Figure 1-1 shows the eNodeB position in the network.

Figure 1-1 eNodeB in the network

EPC: Evolved Packet Core MME: Mobility Management Entity


S-GW: Serving Gateway

1.2 Benefits
Advanced Base Station Platform, GSM and UMTS Co-Network, RAN Sharing,
and Smooth Evolution
 As a SingleRAN solution, the DBS3900 enables smooth network evolution and reduces
the cost of LTE site deployment by sharing Huawei SingleBTS hardware platform and
equipment with other base stations, such as the DBS3900 GSM, DBS3900 WCDMA,
DBS3900 CDMA, or DBS3900 WiMAX.
 The DBS3900 can share the network with GSM or UMTS base stations and support
handovers between LTE and the PS domain of the GERAN/UTRAN/CDMA2000. This
facilitates LTE network deployment in the existing GSM or UMTS network.
 The DBS3900 supports RAN sharing. Different operators can share the RAN network,
reducing capital expenditure (CAPEX).
 The BBU3900 is the baseband unit (BBU) of the DBS3900. The BBU3900 supports
multi-mode applications. Therefore, boards of different modes can be installed in one
BBU3900.
 An RRU is a remote radio unit of the DBS3900. The BBU3900 and RRUs can be
flexibly configured on the basis of capacity and coverage requirements. Using the
approach of stack installation, capacity expansion can be easily achieved by means of
board/module stacking, rather than equipment replacement. Therefore, the cost of
hardware upgrade is significantly reduced.

Large Capacity, Extensive Coverage, and High Throughput


 The DBS3900 provides large capacity. A single eNodeB supports a maximum of 3600
UEs in RRC_CONNECTED mode.
 The DBS3900 provides extensive coverage. It can cover a maximum cell radius of 100
km when using functions such as multi-antenna RX diversity and uplink inter-cell
interference coordination (ICIC).

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 The DBS3900 provides high throughput. It can provide a maximum throughput of 450
Mbit/s in the downlink and 300 Mbit/s in the uplink when using functions such as
64QAM, uplink and downlink multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), and ICIC.

Enhanced SON Function


 Automatic configuration
The DBS3900 can automatically obtain connection parameters, download software,
configure data, conduct tests, and upload information. This facilitates preparation for
data configuration, reduces manual handling during site deployment, and minimizes
operational expenditure (OPEX).
 Automatic Neighbor Relation (ANR)
The DBS3900 can automatically maintain the integrity and validity of the neighboring
cell list by automatically detecting missing neighboring cells and evaluating neighboring
cell relationships. This increases handover success rates and reduces the cost of network
planning and optimization.
 Automatic detection of Physical Cell Identifier (PCI) conflicts, sleeping cells, and
antenna faults
PCI conflicts, sleeping cells, and antenna faults are automatically detected and reported,
reducing the workload of manual identification of network faults.

Comprehensive IP Transport
 Various transmission ports are provided, such as FE/GE electrical ports, FE/GE optical
ports, and E1/T1 ports.
 Internet Protocol (IP) transport is supported. In addition, diversified network topologies
are supported, such as star, chain, and tree topologies.
 Multiple Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms are applied to provide high capacity,
implement differentiated services, and meet the QoS requirements of services.

Easy Installation and Low CAPEX


The DBS3900 is compact, light, and easy to transport, and it also supports distributed
installation, reducing large scale construction engineering and saving the CAPEX.
The BBU3900 can be installed on an indoor wall or in a standard cabinet. This reduces the
installation investment. The RRU can be mounted onto a pole, tower, or concrete wall.
Flexible installation locations and low space requirements reduce site lease costs. The RRU
can be installed close to the antenna system to reduce the cost of feeders and power
consumption.

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2 Architecture

2.1 Overview
The DBS3900 features a distributed architecture. It has two types of basic modules: BBU3900
and RRU. The BBU3900 and RRUs are connected using fiber optic cables through common
public radio interface (CPRI) ports.
Auxiliary devices of the DBS3900 are the supporting parts for the BBU3900 and RRUs.
Auxiliary devices provide installation space for the BBU3900 and supply power to the
BBU3900 and RRUs. Examples of auxiliary devices of the DBS3900 are the advanced power
module with heat-exchanger (APM30H), Integrated Battery Backup System with direct cooler
(IBBS200D) or Integrated Battery Backup System with TEC (IBBS200T), and transmission
cabinet with heat-exchanger (TMC11H). Flexible combinations of the basic modules and
auxiliary devices can provide diverse site solutions.
Figure 2-1 shows the architecture of the DBS3900.

Figure 2-1 Architecture of the DBS3900

2.2 Baseband Unit


The BBU3900, a baseband unit, performs the following functions:
 Provides ports for connection to the MME or S-GW and processes related transmission
protocols.

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 Provides CPRI ports for communication with RRUs and processes uplink and downlink
baseband signals.
 Manages the entire base station by means of operation and maintenance (OM) and
signaling message processing.
 Provides an OM channel towards the local maintenance terminal (LMT) or iManager
M2000.
 Provides clock ports for clock synchronization, alarm monitoring ports for environment
monitoring, and a Universal Serial Bus (USB) port for commissioning using a USB
storage device.

2.2.1 Exterior of the BBU3900


The BBU3900 has a compact case structure measuring 19 inch wide, 2 U high, and 13 inch
deep. Figure 2-2 shows the BBU3900.

Figure 2-2 BBU3900

2.2.2 Boards of the BBU3900


The BBU3900 is configured with the following mandatory boards and modules:
 LTE main processing and transmission unit (LMPT): Manages the entire eNodeB in
terms of OM, processes signaling, and provides clock signals for the BBU3900.
 LTE baseband processing unit (LBBP): Processes baseband signals and CPRI signals.
 Fan unit (FAN): Controls the rotation of fans, checks the temperature of the fan module,
and performs heat dissipation for the BBU.
 Universal power and environment interface unit (UPEU): Converts –48 V DC power into
+12 V DC, and provides ports for transmission of two RS485 signal inputs and eight
Boolean signal inputs.

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Figure 2-3 shows the panel of a BBU3900.

Figure 2-3 Panel of a BBU3900

 If an E1/T1 port is required, the BBU3900 must be configured with a universal transmission
processing unit (UTRP). Otherwise, the UTRP is unnecessary.
 To obtain timing signals from a Remote Global Positioning System (RGPS) or Building Integrated
Timing Supply System (BITS), the BBU3900 must be configured with a universal satellite clock
unit (USCU). Otherwise, the USCU is unnecessary.

2.2.3 Ports on the BBU3900


Table 2-1 describes the ports on the boards of the BBU3900.

Table 2-1 Ports on the BBU3900


Module or Port Quantity Connector Function
Board

LMPT FE/GE optical 2 SFP Transmitting traffic


port data on the S1 and X2
interfaces
FE/GE electrical 2 RJ45 Transmitting traffic
port data on the S1 and X2
interfaces
USB port 1 USB Loading software
TST port 1 USB Testing
Commissioning 1 RJ45 Local maintenance
Ethernet port
GPS antenna port 1 SMA Connected to a GPS
antenna
LBBP CPRI port 6 SFP Interface between the
BBU3900 and RRUs
UPEU Power supply 1 3V3 Receiving –48 V DC
socket power
MON0 1 RJ45 Transmitting RS485
monitoring signals and
MON1 1 RJ45 connecting to external
monitoring devices

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Module or Port Quantity Connector Function


Board

EXT-ALM0 1 RJ45 Transmitting dry


contact signals and
EXT-ALM1 1 RJ45 connecting to external
alarm devices
UTRP E1/T1 2 DB26 Transmitting eight
E1s/T1s; configured
when E1/T1 ports are
required
UFLPb GE port 2 RJ45 Receiving two GE
electrical signals
GE port 2 RJ45 Transmitting two GE
electrical signals
USCU RGPS port 2 PCB welded Receiving RGPS
wiring signals
terminal
BITS port 1 SMA coaxial Receiving BITS signals
connector

2.3 Remote Radio Unit


RRUs modulate and demodulate baseband signals and RF signals, process data, amplify
power, and detect standing waves.

 The DBS3900 equipped with Ver.B or Ver.C cabinets supports the following RRU models:
RRU3201, RRU3808, RRU3203, RRU3220, RRU3222, RRU3908 V1, RRU3908 V2, RRU3240,
RRU3221, and RRU3928.
 Only the DBS3900 equipped with Ver.C cabinet supports RRU3929.

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2.3.1 Exterior of the RRUs


RRUs can be installed on a pole, wall, or stand. They can also be installed close to antennas to
shorten the feeder length, reduce feeder loss, and improve system coverage. For details about
the technical specifications, see chapter 6 "Technical Specifications." Figure 2-4 shows the
RRUs.

Figure 2-4 Exterior of the RRUs

RRU Model Exterior


RRU3201/RR
U3808

RRU3203

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RRU Model Exterior


RRU3908 V1

RRU3908 V2

RRU3220

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RRU Model Exterior


RRU3221

RRU3222

RRU3240

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RRU Model Exterior


RRU3928/RR
U3929

2.3.2 Ports on the RRUs


An RRU has a modular structure. Its external ports are located at the bottom of the module
and also in the cabling cavity. Following tables describe the ports on the RRUs.

Table 2-2 Ports on the RRU3201/RRU3203/RRU3808

Port Connector Quantity Function


CPRI port DLC 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or
to another RRU for cascading
of RRUs
RF port DIN 2 Connected to an antenna
Power supply socket OT terminal 2 Receiving –48 V DC power
Remote electrical tilt DB9 1 Connected to a remote control
(RET)/MON port unit (RCU)

Table 2-3 Ports on the RRU3908 V1/RRU3908 V2

Port Connector Quantity Function

CPRI port DLC 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or


to another RRU for cascading
of RRUs
RF port DIN 2 Connected to an antenna
Port for the RF jumper 2W2 1 Cascading of RRUs
between cascaded RRUs

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Port Connector Quantity Function


Alarm port DB15 1 Alarm port
Power supply socket on OT terminal 1 Receiving –48 V DC power
the DC RRU3908 V1
Power supply socket on Easy power 1 Receiving –48 V DC power
the DC RRU3908 V2 receptacle
(pressfit type)
RET port DB9 1 Connected to an RCU

Table 2-4 Ports on the RRU3220

Port Connector Quantity Function

CPRI port DLC 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or to


another RRU for cascading of
RRUs
RF port DIN female 2 Connected to an antenna
Alarm Port DB15 1 Alarm port
Power supply socket Easy power 2 Receiving –48 V DC power
receptacle
(pressfit type)
RET port DB9 1 Connected to an RCU

Table 2-5 Ports on the RRU3221/RRU3928/RRU3929

Port Connector Quantity Function


CPRI port SFP 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or to
another RRU for cascading of
RRUs
Power supply socket Easy power 1 Receiving –48 V DC power
receptacle
(pressfit type)
RF port DIN female 2 Connected to an antenna
RET port DB9 1 Connected to an RCU

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Table 2-6 Ports on the RRU3222

Port Connector Quantity Function


CPRI port DLC 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or to
another RRU for cascading of
RRUs
Power supply socket Easy power 1 Receiving –48 V DC power
receptacle
(pressfit type)
RF port DIN female 2 Connected to an antenna
RET port QDB9 1 Connected to an RCU

Table 2-7 Ports on the RRU3240

Port Connector Quantity Function


CPRI port DLC 2 Connected to the BBU3900, or to
another RRU for cascading of
RRUs
RF port DIN 4 Connected to an antenna
Power supply socket Easy power 1 Receiving –48 V DC power
receptacle
(pressfit type)
connector
Remote electrical tilt DB9 1 Connected to a remote control
(RET)/MON port unit (RCU)

2.4 Auxiliary Devices


Both the APM30H and TMC11H are of two versions: Ver.B and Ver.C. If the cabinet version is not
specified, the description is applicable to the cabinet of either version. If the cabinet version is specified,
the description is applicable only to the cabinet of that version.

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The auxiliary devices provided by Huawei can be combined with the basic modules
(BBU3900 and RRU) in a flexible manner, to support diverse installation scenarios. Examples
of basic DBS3900 auxiliary devices are APM30H, IBBS200D, IBBS200T, and TMC11H. The
auxiliary devices feature compact size, easy transportation, stack installation, and battery
backup power.

2.4.1 Advanced Power Module with Heat-Exchanger


The APM30H Ver.B and Ver.C have the same exterior, but the APM30H Ver.C is improved in
terms of heat dissipation and power supply capability.
The APM30H is a power system for outdoor applications. It provides distributed eNodeBs
with power supply and backup batteries for outdoor scenarios. It also provides space for the
BBU3900 and customer equipment to facilitate fast network deployment.
The APM30H is compact and lightweight, and can be installed on the pole or ground.
Figure 2-5 shows the APM30H.

Figure 2-5 Exterior and interior of the APM30H

Table 2-8 Technical specifications of the APM30H

Item Specification
Dimensions (H x W x D) (Base 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm
excluded)
Typical weight (Transmission  APM30H Ver.B: ≤ 91 kg
devices excluded)  APM30H Ver.C: ≤ 87 kg
Working temperature  –40°C to +50°C with solar radiation ≤ 1120±10%
W/m2. A heater is required when the temperature is
lower than –20°C.
 50°C to 55°C (working in a short time)

2.4.2 Integrated Battery Backup System


When power backup of long duration is required, the IBBS200D or IBBS200T can be added.
The IBBS200D/T, applicable to outdoor scenarios, provides a maximum of –48 V DC 184 Ah
backup power by using storage battery packs.

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The IBBS200D and IBBS200T are compact, lightweight, and easy to transport.
Figure 2-6 shows the IBBS200D and IBBS200T.

Figure 2-6 Exterior and interior of the IBBS200D and IBBS200T

Table 2-9 Technical specifications of the IBBS200D and IBBS200T

Item Specification (IBBS200D) Specification


(IBBS200T)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm 700 mm x 600 mm x
(Base excluded) 480 mm
Typical weight (Batteries ≤ 50 kg ≤ 70 kg
excluded)
Working temperature  –40°C to +45°C  –20°C to +50°C
 Solar radiation: ≤ 1120±10%  Solar radiation: ≤
W/m2 1120±10% W/m2
 A heater is required when the
temperature is lower than
–20°C.

As high temperature greatly affects the lifecycle of the storage batteries, the IBBS200T, which is more
heat-tolerant, is recommended in high-temperature areas and the IBBS200D can be used in other areas.

2.4.3 Transmission Cabinet with Heat-Exchanger


The TMC11H Ver.B and Ver.C have the same exterior, but the TMC11H Ver.C is improved in
terms of heat dissipation and power supply capability.
When more space is required for transmission equipment, the TMC11H can be added. The
TMC11H provides installation space for the BBU3900 and customer equipment in outdoor
scenarios.
The TMC11H is compact, lightweight, and easy to transport. The TMC11H supports heat
dissipation using fans.

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Figure 2-7 shows the TMC11H.

Figure 2-7 Exterior and interior of the TMC11H

Table 2-10 Technical specifications of the TMC11H

Item Specification
Dimensions (H x W x D) (Base 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm
excluded)
Weight of the cabinet ≤ 57 kg
(Transmission devices and the
BBU excluded)
Working temperature  –40°C to +50°C with solar radiation ≤ 1120±10%
W/m2. A heater is required when the temperature is
lower than –20°C.
 50°C to 55°C (working in a short time)

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3 Usage Scenarios

3.1 Overview
With continuous capacity expansion of the mobile network, site selection for the base station
has turned into a bottleneck during network deployment. Site selection becomes increasingly
complex to implement and requires additional investment in network deployment.
The DBS3900 is characterized by its small footprint, easy installation, and low-power
consumption. Therefore, the DBS3900 can be easily installed in a spare space at an existing
site. Each RRU is also compact and light. It can be installed close to an antenna to reduce
feeder loss and to improve system coverage. With these characteristics, the DBS3900 fully
addresses operators' concern over site acquisition and reduces network deployment time.
Therefore, the DBS3900 enables operators to efficiently deploy a high-performance LTE
network with a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by minimizing the investment in
electricity, space, and manpower.
The DBS3900 has flexible applications to meet the requirement of fast network deployment in
different scenarios.

3.2 BBU+RRU+APM30H
If an outdoor site for the DBS3900 has only a 220 V AC power supply available, the
integrated configuration of the BBU+RRU+APM30H can be used.

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In this scenario, the BBU3900 and transmission equipment are installed in the APM30H for
protection. The RRU can be installed flexibly. The BBU3900, RRU, and auxiliary devices can
be combined in many ways to meet different requirements for power distribution, power
backup, and expansion of transmission equipment space. Figure 3-1 shows the usage scenario.

Figure 3-1 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+APM30H

This usage scenario has the following features:


 The APM30H can provide a maximum of 7 U space for installing equipment.
 The APM30H provides installation space and outdoor protection for the BBU3900 and
supplies –48 V DC power to the BBU3900 and RRU. In addition, the APM30H provides
battery backup for short-term use, manages batteries, and performs surge protection.
 The RRU can be installed on a wall, pole, or tower.

3.3 BBU+RRU+TMC11H
If an outdoor site for the DBS3900 has only a –48 V DC power supply available and a larger
space for equipment is required, the BBU+RRU+TMC11H solution can be adopted.

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The BBU3900 and transmission equipment are installed in the TMC11H, which provides a
large installation space. The BBU3900, RRU, and auxiliary devices can be combined in many
ways to meet different requirements for power distribution, power backup, and expansion of
transmission equipment space. Figure 3-2 shows the usage scenario.

Figure 3-2 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+TMC11H

This usage scenario has the following features:


 The TMC11H provides a maximum of 7 U space for installing transmission equipment.
 The TMC11H provides installation space and outdoor protection for the BBU3900 and
supplies –48 V DC power to the BBU3900 and RRU.
 The RRU can be installed on a wall, pole, or tower.

3.4 BBU+RRU+19-Inch Cabinet


If an indoor site for the DBS3900 has only a –48 V DC power supply available and a new
backup power supply system is required, the BBU3900 can be installed in a standard cabinet,
which provides a 19-inch-wide and 2 U-high space. This is the BBU+RRU+19-inch cabinet
solution.
The BBU3900 can be installed in an existing 19-inch rack or cabinet to share the power
supply system and transport system with the existing network. Figure 3-3 shows the usage
scenario.

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Figure 3-3 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+19-inch cabinet

3.5 BBU+RRU+Indoor Wall


If an indoor site for the DBS3900 has only a –48 V DC power supply available, the
BBU+RRU+indoor wall solution can be adopted.

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The BBU3900 is installed on the indoor wall. Therefore, the BBU occupies a small space and
uses the existing power supply system and transport system. Figure 3-4 shows the usage
scenario.

Figure 3-4 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+indoor wall

3.6 BBU+RRU+ICR
If an indoor site for the DBS3900 has a 220 V AC or –48 V DC power supply available and a
new backup power supply is required, the BBU3900 can be installed in a baseband subrack of
an Indoor Centralized Rack (ICR), which provides a 19-inch-wide and 3 U-high space. The
RRU can be installed in an RF subrack of the ICR. This is the BBU+RRU+ICR solution.

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A maximum of six RRUs can be installed in a centralized manner. The BBU3900 can be
installed in an existing ICR to share the power supply system and the transport system in the
existing network. Figure 3-5 shows the usage scenario.

Figure 3-5 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+ICR

3.7 BBU+RRU+IMB03
If an indoor site for the DBS3900 has a 220 V AC or –48 V DC power supply available, the
BBU3900 can be installed in an Indoor Mini Box (IMB03), which provides a 19-inch-wide
and 3 U-high space. This is the BBU+RRU+IMB03 solution.

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As shown in Figure 3-6, the BBU3900 and power equipment are installed in the IMB03,
which provides indoor protection.

Figure 3-6 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU +IMB03

This usage scenario has the following features:


 If the input power is a 220 V AC, the IMB03 houses the BBU3900 and AC/DC power
equipment. If the input power is a –48 V DC, the IMB03 houses the BBU3900 and direct
current distribution unit (DCDU).
 The IMB03 can be installed on a wall or stand.
 The RRU can be installed on a wall, pole, or tower.

3.8 BBU+RRU+OMB
If an outdoor site for the DBS3900 has a 220 V AC or –48 V DC power supply available, the
BBU3900 can be installed in an Outdoor Mini Box (OMB). This is the BBU+RRU+OMB
solution.

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As shown in Figure 3-7, the BBU3900 and power equipment are installed in the OMB, which
provides indoor protection.

Figure 3-7 Usage scenario of BBU+RRU+OMB

This usage scenario has the following features:


 If the input power is a 220 V AC, the OMB houses the BBU3900 and AC/DC power
equipment. If the input power is a –48 V DC, the OMB houses the BBU3900 and
DCDU.
 The OMB can be installed on a wall or placed in various scenarios with limited
installation space.
 The RRU can be installed on a wall, pole, or tower.

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4 Configurations

This chapter describes the typical configurations and maximum configurations of the
DBS3900.

4.1 Typical Configurations


Table 4-1 describes the typical configurations of the DBS3900, with different bandwidths,
MIMO configurations, and site configurations.

Table 4-1 Typical configurations of the DBS3900

Configuration MIMO Quantity of Quantity


LBBPc Boards of RRUs

3 x 5 MHz/10 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 1 6


3 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 3 6
6 x 5 MHz/10 MHz 2 x 2 MIMO 1 6
3 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 2 x 2 MIMO 1 3

NOTE
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4.2 Maximum Configurations


Table 4-2 and Table 4-3 describe the maximum configurations of the DBS3900 equipped with
Ver.B or Ver.C cabinets in terms of different bandwidths, MIMO configurations, and site
configurations.

Table 4-2 Maximum configurations of the DBS3900 equipped with Ver.B cabinets

Configuration MIMO Quantity of Quantity


LBBPc Boards of RRUs

6 x 1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 2 12


3 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 3 6
12 x 1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 2 x 2 MIMO 2 12
MHz
9 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 2 x 2 MIMO 3 9

Table 4-3 Maximum configurations of the DBS3900 equipped with Ver.C cabinets

Configuration MIMO Quantity of Quantity


LBBPc Boards of RRUs

6 x 1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 2 12


6 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 4 x 2 MIMO 6 12
12 x 1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 2 x 2 MIMO 2 12
MHz
12 x 15 MHz/20 MHz 2 x 2 MIMO 4 12

NOTE
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5 Operation and Maintenance

5.1 Overview
The DBS3900, which has all OM functions of eNodeBs, is one of the eNodeB product
portfolios launched by Huawei. The eNodeB supports the OM system that is based on the
man-machine language (MML) and the Graphical User Interface (GUI). The OM system
enables a hardware-independent OM mechanism and provides powerful OM functions to
meet various OM requirements.
The eNodeB supports local maintenance and remote maintenance. In the OM system, the
maintenance terminal supports the Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN), and can access the
eNodeB using the Intranet or Internet, which makes maintenance more convenient and
flexible.

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5.2 OM System
Figure 5-1 shows the OM system of the eNodeB.

Figure 5-1 OM system

The OM system consists of the LMT and the iManager M2000 (M2000 for short). The LMT
is used to maintain a single eNodeB. To perform maintenance operations, you can connect the
LMT to the eNodeB by using an Ethernet cable (local maintenance) or IP network (remote
maintenance). The M2000, a mobile element management system provided by Huawei, is
used to remotely maintain multiple eNodeBs of different software versions.
The functions of the OM system are as follows:
 The LMT performs functions such as data configuration, alarm monitoring,
commissioning, and software upgrade. The LMT supports both MML and GUI modes.
 The M2000 performs functions such as data configuration, alarm monitoring,
performance monitoring, and software upgrade. The M2000 supports both MML and
GUI modes.

5.3 Benefits
5.3.1 Configuration Management
The configuration management of the eNodeB features easy accessibility, high reliability, and
excellent scalability.
 Easy accessibility
− The OM system supports a user-friendly GUI mode.

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− The eNodeB provides configuration forms for the common configuration scenarios,
such as eNodeB startup, capacity expansion, and eNodeB replacement. In addition,
the eNodeB offers scenario-specific configuration wizards in GUI mode. This
scenario-oriented design helps to minimize the requirement for the user to manually
enter the configuration information, and speeds up the deployment.
− Huawei also provides the networking planning tool iPlan, which is used to import
data to the form for initial configuration, lowering efforts needed for network
planners and network optimization engineers.
 High reliability
− The eNodeB provides data configuration, query, export, backup, and restoration
functions. At the same time, it can synchronize data with the M2000.
− The eNodeB updates all the configuration commands delivered to the eNodeB and
checks the configuration restrictions, avoiding impact of maloperations.
− The Configuration Management Express (CME), one of the components on the
M2000, supports configuration rollback in batches. Therefore, when the user
discovers abnormal running or malfunctions of the system after the configuration, the
user can run a rollback command to restore data.
 Excellent scalability
− Configuration management by using the northbound network management system
(NMS) is supported.
− The user can add, remove, or modify eNodeB configurations by running MML
commands.
− The user can use MML commands and the iSStar of the M2000 to customize
functions of the M2000, for example, to customize troubleshooting procedures.

5.3.2 Fault Management


The fault management of the eNodeB provides easy fault localization, high reliability, and
various tracing and monitoring methods.
 Easy fault localization
− Alarm handling suggestions are offered for every alarm, which helps the user to
locate and rectify the fault.
− For localization methods, alarm handling involves related maintenance and required
tools.
− For Key Performance Indicator (KPI) level service failures, the eNodeB offers
methods to rectify faults, which helps the user to locate and solve the problem
quickly and accurately.
− The eNodeB supports the alarm correlation function. For all the faults caused by a
radical cause, the eNodeB reports only one radical alarm and its eventual impact on
the system. The user can easily locate the radical cause of the alarm by referring to
the alarm correlation, and then rectify the fault.
 High reliability
− Fault detection is comprehensive and accurate. The eNodeB provides the fault
detection function for the hardware, software, antenna, transmission, cell, and
environment, in which the fault detection for the environment is performed in terms
of door status control, infrared, smoke, water damage, and temperature. In addition,
the system allows customization of external alarms.

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− Fault isolation and self-healing of the eNodeB also ensure that the local failure does
not affect the other parts of the system. In addition, the eNodeB can set up the cell
again with degraded specifications to minimize the impact of the failure on services.
 Various tracing and monitoring methods
− The eNodeB supports various tracing functions to check the compatibility of
interfaces. The tracing functions are to trace the standard signaling of one UE in the
entire network, in a cell, or on standard interfaces. The user can trace operations of
the eNodeB on the LMT/M2000 in real time, or browse and analyze tracing results
later.
− The eNodeB supports the real-time performance monitoring in GUI mode, facilitating
the user to locate performance failures speedily. The user can monitor the
transmission quality of user-level or cell-level air interface, air interface performance
and interference, and quality of transmission links in real time.
− The eNodeB supports one-click collection and upload of system logs. When the user
fails to locate or rectify faults, this function helps the user to collect the detailed field
information. Then the user can provide the fault information to Huawei Customer
Service Center for more efficient troubleshooting.

5.3.3 Performance Management


The performance management features multiple monitoring and reporting periods and
appropriate measurement point allocation, which meets requirements in different scenarios.
 Multiple monitoring and reporting periods
− The eNodeB can collect performance counters every 15 or 60 minutes. The default
value is 60 minutes.
− The eNodeB supports real-time monitoring of KPIs for a duration of 1 minute.
 Appropriate measurement point allocation
The eNodeB supports performance measurement of system-level or cell-level, of
neighboring cells, on interfaces, and of device usage, which helps the user to locate
faults.

5.3.4 Security Management


The security management provides network-level and user-level security services.
The eNodeB supports the following services to ensure the security, integrity, and availability
of the system:
 Encryption of key information about the user
 User account management and authentication
 Control over access rights of the user
 Support of security protocols such as File Transfer Protocol Over SSL (FTPS), Secure
Socket Layer (SSL), and Internet Protocol security (IPSec)
 Automatic record of the account usage information
 Security certificate

5.3.5 Software Management


The software management of the eNodeB features easy accessibility, high efficiency, and
small impact on services during software upgrade.

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 Easy accessibility
− The user can perform health check on the eNodeB before and after an upgrade, back
up, download, and activate the software step by step by using the upgrade wizard of
the M2000. In addition, this function facilitates the user to query the upgrade status
and result.
− The eNodeB automatically upgrades the configuration data during upgrade. Therefore,
the user need not prepare the configuration data.
 High efficiency
− The eNodeB supports remote upgrade and batch upgrade.
− The eNodeB supports upgrade strategy management. After the upgrade strategy is set,
the eNodeB can perform software upgrade automatically.
 Small impact on services during software upgrade
− The eNodeB supports fast upgrade rollback. The user can perform version rollback
by running one command, reducing the impact of upgrade failures on the system.
− The eNodeB supports the management of patch packages. The eNodeB supports hot
patches, so that software corrections can be handled without interrupting system
operation.

5.3.6 Deployment Management


The eNodeB deployment solutions consist of automatic identification of the eNodeB and
initial configuration by using a USB storage device. In addition, local commissioning is not
required. All these functions contribute to the ease of the deployment work and shortening of
work time. The field engineer only needs to install the hardware during site deployment. No
PC is required.
 The automatic eNodeB identification function of Global Positioning System (GPS)
binding and unique ID binding is supported.
 The user can download the software and data of the eNodeB by using a USB storage
device, saving a lot of time especially when the transmission bandwidth to the network
element (NE) and the NMS is limited.
 Because local commissioning is not required, the software commissioning is performed
in the network management center instead of on site. The user can check and accept the
site deployment in the network management center.

5.3.7 Equipment Management


The eNodeB offers several user-friendly management functions.
 Multiple functions
The eNodeB provides functions such as fault detection, data configuration, status
management, and inventory reporting for the main equipment, mechanical and electric
equipment, GPS, and RET antenna.
 Easy accessibility
The eNodeB can report the inventory to the M2000 automatically.

5.3.8 Inventory Management


The inventory management function offers various, accurate, and real-time management
services for the user inventory.
 Various services

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The inventory management function helps to provide the inventory information about the
eNodeB, such as hardware, physical ports, transmission resources, system configuration,
and software version.
 Accurate and real-time services
The eNodeB collects the inventory information periodically. The eNodeB synchronizes
the inventory information on a daily basis.

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6 Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the DBS3900 include the capacity, equipment specifications,
and reliability and compliance standards.

6.1 Capacity Specifications


Table 6-1 describes the capacity specifications of the DBS3900.

Table 6-1 Capacity specifications

Item Specification
Maximum number of  4 x 2 MIMO: 6 cells (1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz)
cells (DBS3900 Ver.B)  4 x 2 MIMO: 3 cells (15 MHz/20 MHz)
 2 x 2 MIMO: 12 cells (1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz)
 2 x 2 MIMO: 9 cells (15 MHz/20 MHz)
Maximum number of  4 x 2 MIMO: 6 cells (1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz/15
cells(DBS3900 Ver.C) MHz/20 MHz)
 2 x 2 MIMO: 12 cells (1.4 MHz/3 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz/15
MHz/20 MHz)
Maximum throughput  Downlink rate at the Media Access Control (MAC) layer: 150
per cell (20 MHz) Mbit/s
 Uplink rate at the MAC layer: 100Mbit/s (2 x 4 MU-MIMO)
Maximum throughput  Downlink: 450 Mbit/s
per eNodeB  Uplink: 300 Mbit/s
Maximum number of  One LBBP configured (bandwidth of 1.4 MHz): 1008
UEs in  One LBBP configured (bandwidth of 3 MHz/5 MHz/10
RRC_CONNECTED MHz/15 MHz/20 MHz): 1800
mode in an eNodeB
 More than one LBBP configured (bandwidth of 1.4 MHz):
2016
 More than one LBBP configured (bandwidth of 3 MHz/5
MHz/10 MHz/15 MHz/20 MHz): 3600

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Item Specification
Maximum number of 8
concurrent Data Radio
Bearers (DRBs) per UE

6.2 Equipment Specifications


6.2.1 APM30H
Table 6-3 describes the technical specifications of the APM30H.

Table 6-2 Technical specifications of the APM30H

Item Specification
Dimensions (H x W x D) 700mm × 600mm × 480mm
Weight APM30H Ver.B: 91kg (full configuration)
APM30H Ver.C: 87kg (full configuration)
Input power - 48V DC ( -38.4V ~ -57V)

+220V AC ( +176V ~ +280V, 50Hz/60Hz)

+110V AC (+90V ~ +135V, 50Hz/60Hz)

Temperature -40℃ to +50℃ (working in a long time)

+50℃ to +55℃ (working in a short time)

Relative humidity 5% RH to 100% RH


Atmospheric pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa
Ingress Protection (IP) IP55
rating

6.2.2 BBU3900
Table 6-3 describes the technical specifications of the BBU3900.

Table 6-3 Technical specifications of the BBU3900

Item Specification
Dimensions (H x W x D) 86 mm x 442 mm x 310 mm
Weight ≤ 12 kg (full configuration)

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Input power –48 V DC; voltage range: –38.4 V DC to –57 V DC


Temperature  –20°C to +50°C (working in a long time)
 50°C to 55°C (working in a short time)
Relative humidity 5% RH to 95% RH
Atmospheric pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa
Ingress Protection (IP) IP20
rating
Clock synchronization Ethernet (ITU-T G.8261), GPS, IEEE1588 V2, clock over IP,
OCXO free oscillation, 1PPS+TOD, E1/T1, GLONASS
CPRI port  Supporting six CPRI ports per LBBP.
 The standard CPRI 4.0 port is supported and is backward
compatible with the CPRI 3.0 port.
Transmission port  Two FE/GE electrical ports
 Or two FE/GE optical ports
 Or one FE/GE electrical port and one FE/GE optical port
 Two optional E1/T1 ports. Each port provides four E1/T1s.

6.2.3 RRU3201 (2T2R)


Table 6-4 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3201.

Table 6-4 Technical specifications of the RRU3201

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwi
and bandwidth dth
(MHz)
700 MHz (Band 777 to 787 746 to 756 5/10
13)
2.6 GHz (Band 7)  Band C: 2500 to  Band C: 2620 to 5/10/15
2520 2640 /20
 Band D: 2510 to  Band D: 2630 to
2560 2680
 Band E: 2550 to  Band E: 2670 to
2570 2690
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (18 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 285 mm x 170 mm (23.5 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 17.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 19 kg (with the housing)

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Item Specification
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.4 RRU3203 (2T2R)


Table 6-5 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3203.

Table 6-5 Technical specifications of the RRU3203

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwidt
and bandwidth h (MHz)
700 MHz (Band 698 to 716 728 to 746 1.4/3/5/10/
12) 15
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 356 mm x 140 mm (24 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 381 mm x 170 mm (31.4 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 21 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 24 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

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6.2.5 RRU3908 V1/RRU3908 V2 (2T2R)


Table 6-6 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3908 V1/RRU3908 V2.

Table 6-6 Technical specifications of the RRU3908 V1/RRU3908 V2

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band Bandwidth
and bandwidth (MHz) (MHz)
RRU3908 V2: 900 880 to 915 925 to 960 1.4/3/5/10/1
MHz (Band 8) 5/20
RRU3908 V1: 1710 to 1785 1805 to 1880 5/10/20
1800 MHz (Band  1710 to 1755  1805 to
3) 1850
 1740 to 1785
 1835 to
1880
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 356 mm x 140 mm (24 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 380 mm x 170 mm (31 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 21 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 23 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum  RRU3908 V1: 1800 MHz: 2 x 30 W
output power  RRU3908 V2: 900 MHz: 2 x 40 W
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.6 RRU3220 (2T2R)


Table 6-7 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3220.

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Table 6-7 Technical specifications of the RRU3220

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwid
and bandwidth th (MHz)
800 MHz (DD 832 to 862 791 to 821 5/10/15/
band 20)  832 to 847  791 to 806 20
 842 to 862  801 to 821
Dimensions (H  400 mm x 220 mm x 140 mm (12 L without the housing)
x W x D)  400 mm x 240 mm x 160 mm (15 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 13.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 15 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

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6.2.7 RRU3222 (2T2R)


Table 6-8 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3222.

Table 6-8 Technical specifications of the RRU3222

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwid
and bandwidth th (MHz)
800 MHz (DD 832 to 862 791 to 821 5/10/15/
band 20) 20
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (18 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 300 mm x 170 mm (24 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 17.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 20 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.8 RRU3240 (2T4R)


Table 6-9 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3240.

Table 6-9 Technical specifications of the RRU3240

Item Specification

Duplex mode FDD


Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwidth
and bandwidth (MHz)
2.6 GHz (Band 7) 2500 to 2570 2620 to 2690 5/10/15/20
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (18 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 300 mm x 170 mm (25 L with the housing)

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Item Specification
Weight  ≤ 20 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 22 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.9 RRU3808 (2T2R)


Table 6-10 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3808.

Table 6-10 Technical specifications of the RRU3808

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band Bandwidth
and bandwidth (MHz) (MHz)
AWS (Band 4) 1710 to 1755 2110 to 2155 1.4/3/5/10/1
5/20
2.1 GHz (Band 1) 1920 to 1980 2110 to 2170 5/10/15/20
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (18 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 285 mm x 170 mm (23.5 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 17.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 19 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity

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Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.10 RRU3221 (2T2R)


Table 6-7 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3221.

Table 6-11 Technical specifications of the RRU3221

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band (MHz) Bandwid
and bandwidth th (MHz)
2.6 GHz (Band 7) 2500 to 2570 2620 to 2690 5/10/15/
20
Dimensions (H  480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (18 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 300 mm x 170 mm (25 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 20 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 22 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.11 RRU3928 (2T2R)


Table 6-12 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3928.

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Table 6-12 Technical specifications of the RRU3928

Item Specification
Duplex mode FDD
Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band Bandwidth
and bandwidth (MHz) (MHz)
900 MHz (Band 880 to 915 925 to 960 1.4/3/5/10/1
8) 5/20
1800 MHz (Band 1710 to 1785 1805 to 1880 1.4/3/5/10/1
3) 5/20
Dimensions (H  440 mm x 220 mm x 140 mm (12 L without the housing)
x W x D)  400 mm x 240 mm x 160 mm (15 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 13.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 15 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 40 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.2.12 RRU3929 (2T2R)


Table 6-13 describes the technical specifications of the RRU3929.

Table 6-13 Technical specifications of the RRU3929

Item Specification

Duplex mode FDD


Frequency band Frequency band RX band (MHz) TX band Bandwidth
and bandwidth (MHz) (MHz)
900 MHz (Band 8) 880 to 915 925 to 960 1.4/3/5/10/1
5/20
1800 MHz (Band 3) 1710 to 1785 1805 to 1880 1.4/3/5/10/1
5/20

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Dimensions (H  480 mm x 356 mm x 140 mm (24 L without the housing)
x W x D)  485 mm x 380 mm x 170 mm (31 L with the housing)
Weight  ≤ 23.5 kg (without the housing)
 ≤ 25 kg (with the housing)
Input power –48 V DC (–36 V DC to –57 V DC)
Maximum 2 x 60 W
output power
Temperature  –40°C to +50°C (with solar radiation of 1120 W/m²)
 –40°C to +55°C (without solar radiation)
Relative 5% RH to 100% RH
humidity
Atmospheric 70 kPa to 106 kPa
pressure
IP rating IP65

6.3 Reliability Specifications


Table 6-14 describes the reliability specifications of the DBS3900.

Table 6-14 Reliability specifications

Item Specification
System availability ≥ 99.999%
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) ≥ 155,000 hours
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) ≤ 1 hour
System restarting time < 180s

6.4 Compliance Standards


Table 6-15 describes the compliance standards for the DBS3900.

Table 6-15 Compliance standards

Item Specification

Storage ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weather-protected, not


temperature-controlled storage locations"

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Transportation ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation"
Anti-seismic IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing – Part 2-57: Tests –
performance Test Ff: Vibration – Time-history method
YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of
Telecommunications Equipment (Telecommunication Industry Standard
of the People's Republic of China)
EMC The eNodeB meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
requirements and complies with the following standards:
 R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
 R&TTE Directive 89/336/EEC
 3GPP TS 36.113
 ETSI EN 301489-1/23
 ETSI EN 301908-1 V2.2.1 (2003-10)
 ITU-R SM.329-10
 The eNodeB is Conformite Europeenne (CE) certified.

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A Acronyms and Abbreviations

A
ANR Automatic Neighbor Relation
APM advanced power module

B
BBU baseband Unit
BITS Building Integrated Timing Supply System

C
CAPEX capital expenditure
CDMA Code Division Multiple Access
CME Configuration Management Express
CPRI common public radio interface

D
DBS distribution base station
DCDU direct current distribution unit
DRB Data Radio Bearer

E
eNodeB E-UTRAN NodeB
E-UTRAN Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network
EPC Evolved Packet Core

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F
FAN fan unit
FE Fast Ethernet
FTPS File Transfer Protocol Over SSL

G
GE Gigabit Ethernet
GPS Global Positioning System
GSM Global System for Mobile communications
GUI Graphical User Interface

I
IBBS Integrated Battery Backup System
ICIC inter-cell interference coordination
ICR Indoor Centralized Rack
IP Ingress Protection
IP Internet Protocol
IPSec Internet Protocol security

K
KPI Key Performance Indicator

L
LBBP LTE baseband processing unit
LMPT LTE main processing and transmission unit
LMT local maintenance terminal
LTE Long Term Evolution

M
MAC Media Access Control
MIMO multiple-input multiple-output
MME Mobility Management Entity
MML man-machine language

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MTBF Mean Time Between Failures


MTTR Mean Time To Repair

N
NE network element
NMS network management system

O
OM operation and maintenance
OMB Outdoor Mini Box
OPEX operational expenditure

P
PCI Physical Cell Identifier
PPS Pulses Per Second

Q
QoS Quality of Service

R
RAN Radio Access Network
RGPS Remote Global Positioning System
RCU remote control unit
RET remote electrical tilt
RRM Radio Resource Management
RRU remote radio unit

S
S-GW Serving Gateway
SON Self-Organizing Network
SSL Secure Socket Layer

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TCO Total Cost of Ownership


TEC thermoelectric cooling unit
TMC transmission cabinet

U
UE User Equipment
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
UPEU universal power and environment interface unit
USB Universal Serial Bus
USCU universal satellite clock unit
UTRA UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access
UTRAN UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network
UTRP universal transmission processing unit

V
VLAN Virtual Local Area Network

W
WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
WiMAX Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access

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