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ZXSDR BS8906 GU060

Outdoor GSM/UMTS Micro Station


Hardware Description

Hardware Version: HV3.1

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.1 2012–07–23 The architecture of this manual has been revised, and the section
“RSU82” has been newly added (HV3.1).

R1.0 2011–09–08 The First Edition (HV3.0)

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Chapter 1
About This Manual
Purpose
This manual describes the hardware of the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, namely cabinet,
subracks, boards, and cables.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who work with the ZXSDR BS8906
GU060.

Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:
ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 Outdoor GSM/UMTS Micro Station Product Description

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Hardware Structure
Table of Contents
Cabinet Overview .......................................................................................................2-1
Cabinet Structure .......................................................................................................2-3

2.1 Cabinet Overview


The ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 cabinet supports the following two modes:
l Compact mode

The compact mode without an RF System Unit (RSU) is in the Baseband Unit (BBU)
+ Remote Radio Unit (RRU) architecture.
l Stand-alone mode
The stand-alone mode with an RSU is in the BBU + RSU architecture.
For the cabinet overview, see Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2.

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Figure 2-1 Cabinet (Compact Mode)

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Figure 2-2 Cabinet (Standalone Mode)

2.2 Cabinet Structure


The ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 cabinet consists of the following components:
l Cover
l BBU subrack
l Heat exchanger
l Base (optional)
l RSU subrack (stand-alone mode)
For the cabinet structure of the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, see Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-3 Cabinet Structure (Compact Mode)

1. Cover 3. Heat exchanger


2. BBU subrack 4. Base (optional)

Figure 2-4 Cabinet Structure (Stand-alone Mode)

1. Cover 3. Heat exchanger 5. RSU subrack


2. BBU subrack 4. Base (optional)

The external dimensions of the cabinet are as follows:

l Compact mode
Excluding the cover: 600 mm (height) × 210 mm (width) × 480 mm (depth)

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Including the cover: 650 mm (height) × 210 mm (width) × 480 mm (depth)


l Stand-alone mode
Excluding the cover: 600 mm (height) × 320 mm (width) × 480 mm (depth)
Including the cover: 650 mm (height) × 320 mm (width) × 480 mm (depth)

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Subracks
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................3-1
Fan Subrack...............................................................................................................3-4
BBU Subrack .............................................................................................................3-5
PSU Subrack .............................................................................................................3-6
APM Subrack .............................................................................................................3-6
DPM Subrack .............................................................................................................3-7
LPU............................................................................................................................3-7

3.1 Overview
For the subrack layout in the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, see Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2.

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Figure 3-1 Subrack Layout (Compact Mode)

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Figure 3-2 Subrack Layout (Standalone Mode)

No. Subrack Description

1 Fan subrack (fan control Fan unit that uses the FCE3 board.
element)

2 Baseband Unit (BBU) subrack Baseband unit.

3 AC Protection Module (APM) Power module.


+ Power System Unit (PSU)
subrack/DC Protection Module
(DPM) subrack

4 Line Lightning Protection Unit Lightning protection subrack (optional).


(LPU) subrack/Transmission
subrack/Microwave subrack

5 RSU subrack Radio frequency unit.

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3.2 Fan Subrack


Functions
The fan subrack (FCE) provides the following functions:
l Providing heat dissipation for the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 cabinet
l Detecting, monitoring, and reporting fan statuses, air inlet temperature, and environ-
ment alarms (such as access control alarm, smog alarm, and water alarm) together
with the FCE3 board

Overview
For the overview of the fan subrack, see Figure 3-3.

Figure 3-3 Fan Subrack

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the fan subrack, refer to Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 Description of the Interfaces on the Fan Subrack

Silkscreen Interface Description

PWR Power interface Inputs 48 V power to the fan


subrack.

COM Communication monitoring Connects to the RS485


interface communication monitoring
interface of the Site Alarm (SA)
module.

MON Dry contact input Connects to the sensor and


interface/Heater control heater of each dry contact.
interface

PSU PSU alarm monitoring interface Provides the alarm monitoring


of the PSU.

DOOR Access control monitoring Provides access control


interface monitoring.

Indicators
For the description of the indicators on the fan subrack, refer to Table 3-2.

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Table 3-2 Description of the Indicators on the Fan Subrack

Indicator Meaning Description

ALM Alarm indicator Red (on): An alarm is raised.


Red (off): No alarm is raised.

RUN Running indicator Green (flashing): The fan


subrack is operating properly.
Other: The fan subrack is faulty.

3.3 BBU Subrack


The BBU subrack in the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 uses the ZXSDR B8200 GU360.

Note:
This section briefly describes the ZXSDR B8200 GU360. For details, refer to ZXSDR
B8200 GU360 Indoor GSM/UMTS Baseband Pool Hardware Description.

Overview
For the overview of the ZXSDR B8200 GU360, see Figure 3-4.

Figure 3-4 ZXSDR B8200 GU360

1. PM: power module 4. FS: network switch module 6. BPC: baseband processing
2. SA: site alarm module 5. SE: environment monitoring board type C
3. CC: control and clock extension module 7. FA: fan module
module

Functions
The ZXSDR B8200 GU360 provides the following functions:
l Providing an Iub interface
l Processing signalling
l Processing baseband signals
l Operating and maintaining a base station remotely and locally
l Monitoring base station operational statuses
l Reporting alarm information

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3.4 PSU Subrack


The PSU subrack, together with the AC lightning protection module, converts the AC power
into the -48 V DC power for the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, and achieves lightning protection,
filtering, distribution, and grounding of the operating power.
The nominal operating power of the PSU subrack ranges from 100 V to 240 V.

Overview
For the overview of the PSU subrack, see Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 PSU Subrack

Indicators
For the description of the indicators on the PSU subrack, refer to Table 3-3.

Table 3-3 Description of the Indicators on the PSU Subrack

Indicator Color Meaning Description

ALM Red Alarm indicator On: The power supply is improper (input
over-voltage/under-voltage, output over-voltage,
power over-temperature protection, output
under-voltage, power failure, etc).
Off: No alarm is raised.

RUN Green Running indicator On: The power supply is proper.


Off: The PSU subrack is powered off.

3.5 APM Subrack


The APM subrack is an AC-lightning-protection module.
When being AC powered, the APM subrack comprises the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 power
subsystem together with the PSU subrack.

Overview
For the overview of the APM subrack, see Figure 3-6.

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Figure 3-6 APM Subrack

3.6 DPM Subrack


When being DC powered, the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 can be configured with the DC
Protection Module (DPM) subrack.

The DPM subrack is a DC-lightning-protection module, supporting –48 V DC input, and


achieving lightning protection, filtering, distribution, and grounding of the operating power.

Overview
For the overview of the DPM subrack, see Figure 3-7.

Figure 3-7 DPM Subrack

3.7 LPU
The LPU lightning protection subrack is optionally configured for the ZXSDR BS8906
GU060.

Functions
The LPU lightning protection subrack provides the following functions:
l Protecting dry contacts from lightning
l Protecting E1/T1 signal from lightning
l Protecting Ethernet signal from lightning
l Protecting serial-port signal from lightning

Overview
For the overview of the LPU lightning protection subrack, see Figure 3-8.

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Figure 3-8 LPU

1. Grounding terminal 4. E1/T1_GO 7. BBU


2. RS232/RS485_EM 5. ETH_1/ETH_0
3. MON IN/OUT_GO 6. BBU_A1/BBU_A0

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the panel of the LPU lightning protection subrack,
refer to Table 3-4.

Table 3-4 Description of the Interfaces on the LPU Panel

Silkscreen Interface Description

RS232/RS485_EM RS232/RS485 lightning RS232 connects to a power


protection interface interface
RS485 connects to the COM
interface of the FCE subrack.

MON_IN/OUT_GO Dry-contact lightning protection The dry contact is an extended


interface monitoring interface, connecting
to the external monitored
equipment.

E1/T1_GO E1/T1 Iub lightning protection Connects to a Radio


interface Network Controller (RNC)
or transmission equipment.

ETH_1 IP/Iub lightning protection Connects to an RNC or


interface transmission equipment.

ETH_0 IP/Iub lightning protection Connects to an RNC or


interface transmission equipment.

BBU_A1 IP/Iub output 1 Connects to the ETH1 interface


on the CC board of a BBU.

BBU_A0 IP/Iub output 0 Connects to the ETH0 interface


on the CC board of a BBU.

BBU Dry-contact/E1/T1 lightning Connects to the SA module of


protection output a BBU.

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Boards
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................4-1
Boards in BBU Subrack..............................................................................................4-2
Boards in RSU Subrack............................................................................................4-20

4.1 Overview
This chapter describes the boards in the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, including the functions,
panels, and interfaces of the boards.
The boards/modules in the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 include:
l Power Module (PM)
l Control and Clock Module (CC)
l Universal Baseband Processing Board for GSM (UBPG)
l Baseband Processing Board Type C (BPC)
l Baseband Processing Board Type K (BPK)
l Universal Ethernet Switching Board (UES)
l Fabric Switch (FS) module
l Site Alarm (SA) module
l Fan Array (FA) module
l Tower Amplifier Control Module (TAM)

The boards in the RSU subrack fall into the following types:
l RSU40 U216
l RSU60E
l RSU82

Note:
The boards information described in this section does not include the indicators whose
statuses are controlled by software. The statuses of the indicators may vary with different
software versions.

For information about the indicators on each board, refer to the Appendix A of this manual.

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4.2 Boards in BBU Subrack


4.2.1 PM
Functions
The PM provides the following functions:
l +12 V load power
l +3.3 V management power
l Enhanced MMC (EMMC) management
l Measurement and protection of input over-voltage/under-voltage
l Output over-current protection and load power management

Principle
For the principle of the PM, see Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 PM Principle

Variants
The PM panel falls into two variants, PM1 and PM3, see Figure 4-2 and Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-2 PM1 Panel

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Figure 4-3 PM3 Panel

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the PM panel, refer to Table 4-1.

Table 4-1 Interface Description

Interface Description

MON Debugging interface, RS232 serial port

-48V/-48VRTN -48 V input interface

Button
For the description of the button on the PM3 panel, refer to Table 4-2.

Table 4-2 Description of the Button on the PM3 Panel

Button Description

OFF ON PM3 module switch

Note:

There is no button on the PM1 panel.

4.2.2 CC
Functions
The CC module provides the following functions:

l Global Positioning System (GPS) clock and RF reference clock


l Abis/Iub interface function
l Ethernet switching function, providing a switching plane for signalling streams and
media streams
l Shelf management

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Principle
For the principle of the CC module, see Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4 CC Principle

Variants
CC panel falls into the following four variants:
l CC0 that supports 16–E1/T1 and a built-in GPS, but does not support the 2 MHz
Building Integrated Timing System (BITS)
l CC2 that supports 8–E1/T1, but does not support a built-in GPS and 2 MHz BITS
l CC16 that supports 16–E1/T1, a built-in GPS, and the upgrade of SYNCE and USB
l CC17 that supports 8–E1/T1 and the upgrade of SYNCE and USB, but does not
support a built-in GPS

For the overview of the CC0 or CC2 panel, see Figure 4-5.

Figure 4-5 CC0 or CC2 Panel

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Note:
For the CC2 board, a label marked with “CC2” exists on the panel. For the CC0 board, no
such label exists on the panel.

For the overview of the CC16 or CC17 panel, see Figure 4-6.

Figure 4-6 CC16 or CC17 Panel

Note:
For the CC16 board, a label marked with “CC16” exists on the panel.
For the CC17 board, a label marked with “CC17” exists on the panel.

Buttons
For the description of the buttons on the CC panel, refer to Table 4-3.

Table 4-3 Description of the Buttons on the CC Panel

Button Description

M/S Master/Slave changeover button

RST Reset button

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the CC panel, refer to Table 4-4.
Table 4-4 Description of the Interfaces on the CC Panel

Interface Description

ETH0 Used for the connection of the Ethernet interfaces between the BBU and the
Base Station Controller (BSC)/RNC. This interface is either an Ethernet optical
interface or an electrical interface. (10 M/100 M/1000 M self-adaptive)

DEBUG/CAS/LMT Used for BBU cascade, debugging or local maintenance. This interface is an
Ethernet electrical interface (10 M/100 M/1000 M self-adaptive).

EXT External communication port, connected to an external receiver (mainly RS485


interface).

REF Connected to a GPS signal interface, or 2 MHz BITS signal interface.

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4.2.3 UBPG
Functions
The UBPG serial boards fall into two variants, UBPG1 and UBPG2.
The UBPG1 and UBPG2 boards have the same PCB. UBPG1 provides the following
functions:
l Modulating the baseband (that is, processing up to 12–carrier service in the downlink
direction)
l Demodulating the baseband (that is, processing 12–carrier service in the uplink
direction)
l Supporting baseband frequency hopping
l Supporting the static and dynamic power control
Compared with UBPG1, UBPG2 provides the following additional function:
l Supporting the baseband optical interface

Principle
For the principle of the UBPG1 board, see Figure 4-7.

Figure 4-7 UBPG1 Principle

For the principle of the UBPG2, see Figure 4-8.

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Figure 4-8 UBPG2 Principle

Overview
For the overview of the UBPG1 panel, see Figure 4-9.

Figure 4-9 UBPG1 Panel

For the overview of the UBPG2 panel, see Figure 4-10.

Figure 4-10 UBPG2 Panel

Button
For the description of the button on the UBPG1 or UBPG2 panel, refer to Table 4-5.

Table 4-5 Description of the Buttons on the UBPG1 or UBPG2 Panel

Button Description

RST Reset button

Interface
For the description of the interface on the UBPG2 panel, refer to Table 4-6.

Table 4-6 Description of the Interface on the UBPG2 Panel

Interface Description

TX0 RX0 ~ TX2 RX2 Optical interface that connects to an RRU.

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Note:
There is no interface on the UBPG1 panel.

4.2.4 BPC
Functions
The BPC is the baseband processing module of Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
(WCDMA) mode, providing the following functions:
l Coding/multiplexing, rate matching, channel mapping, spectrum spreading and
scrambling, power weight and channel synthesis for downlink data
l Rake receiving and channel decoding for uplink data, transmission of uplink data to
the Iub interface
l Supporting radio link synchronization and transmission-frame processing
l Power control
l Soft switch
l Measurement

Principle
For the principle of the BPC module, see Figure 4-11.

Figure 4-11 BPC Principle

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Overview
For the overview of the BPC panel, see Figure 4-12.

Figure 4-12 BPC Panel

Button
For the description of the button on the BPC panel, refer to Table 4-7.

Table 4-7 Description of the Button on the BPC Panel

Button Description

RST Reset button

4.2.5 BPK
Functions
BPK provides the following functions:
l Processing the uplink antenna data from the switch board
l Sending the encoded and processed downlink antenna data to the switch board
l Supporting the real-time switchover between the switch boards in active/standby
mode, and the switchover between the main control boards in active/standby mode
l Providing Gigabit Ethernet (GE) functions, and communication with CC through GE

Principle
For the principle of the BPK board, see Figure 4-13.

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Figure 4-13 BPK Principle

Variants
The BPK board falls into the following two variants:
l BPK1
l BPK_s
For the overview of the BPK panel, see Figure 4-14.

Figure 4-14 BPK Panel

4.2.6 UES
Functions
The Universal Ethernet Switch (UES) board provides the following functions:
l Providing six Ethernet interfaces (including four electrical interfaces and two optical
interfaces)
l Supporting L2 Ethernet switch
l Supporting SyncE clock

Principle
For the principle of the UES module, see Figure 4-15.

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Figure 4-15 UES Principle

Overview
For the overview of the UES panel, see Figure 4-16.

Figure 4-16 UES Panel

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the UES panel, refer to Table 4-8.

Table 4-8 Description of the Interfaces on the UES Panel

Interface Description

X1~X2 Electrical interfaces for cascaded connection

X3/ULPINK Compatible electrical interface for both cascaded


connection and uplink connection (for link
aggregation)

UPLINK Electrical or optical interface

X4/UPLINK Compatible optical interface for both cascaded


connection and uplink connection (for link
aggregation)

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4.2.7 FS
Functions
FS provides the following functions:
l Baseband In-phase/Quadrature (I/Q) data exchange
l Providing an interface between the BBU and RRU

Principle
For the principle of the FS module, see Figure 4-17.

Figure 4-17 FS principle

Variants
FS falls into the following two variants:
l FS0: The optical-interface rate is 1.25 G.
l FS3: The optical-interface rate is 1.25 G or 2.5 G.

Overview
For the overview of the FS panel, see Figure 4-18.

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Figure 4-18 FS Panel

Note:
For the FS3 board, a label marked with “FS3” exists on the panel. For the FS0 board, no
such label exists on the panel.

Interface
For the description of the interface on the FS panel, refer to Table 4-9.

Table 4-9 Description of the Interface on the FS Panel

Interface Description

TX0 RX0 ~ TX5 RX5 Optical interface, connected to an RRU

4.2.8 SA/SE
Functions
The SE board provides the following functions:
l Providing extended full duplex RS232&RS485 communication channel for an external
monitoring equipment
l Providing six input dry-contact interfaces, and two input/output dry-contact interfaces
l Providing eight-E1/T1 interfaces
Compared with the functions of SE, the SA board provides the following additional
functions:

l Supporting the alarm monitoring and speed control of up to 9 fans


l Being responsible for the signal monitoring of its shelf

Principle
For the principle of SA, see Figure 4-19.

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Figure 4-19 SA Principle

For the principle of SE, see Figure 4-20.

Figure 4-20 SE Principle

Overview
For the overview of the SA panel, see Figure 4-21.

Figure 4-21 SA Panel

For the overview of the SE panel, see Figure 4-22.

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Figure 4-22 SE Panel

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the SA/SE panel, refer to Table 4-10.

Table 4-10 Description of the Interfaces on the SA/SE Panel

Interface Description

– Eight-E1/T1 interface, RS485/232 interface,


6+2 dry-contact interface (six inputs, two
inputs/outputs).

For the description of dry-contact impedance, refer to Table 4-11.

Table 4-11 Dry-contact Impedance Description

Item Description

Number of input dry-contact interfaces 8

Maximum sensed impedance for a closed loop Closed (less than 3 k)

Minimum sensed impedance for a open loop Open (greater than 100 k)

Maximum output current of a dry-contact interface 4 mA

Maximum output voltage of a dry-contact interface 5V

Jumpers
In the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, jumpers are located on the SA/SE board. The jumper
setting on the SA board is consistent with that on the SE board.

Note:

When the cap is removed, it means 0 (OFF). When the cap is inserted, it means 1 (ON).

With SA/SE jumpers, the operator can configure the transmission mode over the
uplink/downlink E1, uplink/downlink T1, and the BDS_ID cascaded connection. For the
location of the jumpers on a SA/SE board, see Figure 4-23.

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Figure 4-23 Location of the Jumpers on SA/SE

Caps for MODE_ABIS and BDS_ID jumpers on the SA/SE board should be inserted, and
the setting principle of these two jumpers is described as follows:
l The MODE_ABIS is used to set uplink/downlink long-line/short-line mode and E1/T1
mode.
For the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060, only short-line mode can be configured.
Therefore, do not insert jumper caps to the two MSB positions at MODE_ABIS
(MODE_ABIS<3,2>).
The two LSB positions of MODE_ABIS (MODE_ABIS<1,0>) are used to set E1/T1
mode. For details, refer to Table 4-12.
l The BDS_ID jumper is usually set to 000. It is set to other values in cascaded
connections.

For the description of the SA/SE jumper setting, refer to Table 4-12.

Table 4-12 Description of the SA/SE Jumper Setting

Jumper Function Description

MODE_A- Mode con- The two higher lines of MODE_ABIS<3,2> are used to set the UL/DL
BIS figuration of links of E1/T1 and the long line/short line mode.
uplink/down- l 00xx: representing uplink short line and downlink short line
link Abis be- l 01xx: representing uplink short line and downlink long line
tween BSC l 10xx: representing uplink long line and downlink short line
and BTS. l 11xx: representing uplink long line and downlink long line

The two lower lines of MODE_ABIS<1,0> are used to set the E1/T1
mode.
l xx00: representing E1 75 Ω
l xx01: representing E1 120 Ω
l xx01: representing T1 100 Ω
l xx11: reserved

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BDS_ID Setting of BDS_ID is usually set to 000.


BDS_ID l 000 means BDS ID0.
l 001 means BDS ID1.
l 010 means BDS ID2.
l 011 means BDS ID3.
l 100 means BDS ID4.
l 101 means BDS ID5.
l 110 means BDS ID6.
l 111 means BDS ID7.

For the default settings of the jumpers, refer to Table 4-13.

Table 4-13 Default Jumper Settings

Jumper Jumper Settings Against BTS Contract Requirements

E1–75 Ω E1–120 Ω T1–100 Ω

MODE_ABIS MODE_ABIS<3,2> Jumper removed Jumper removed Jumper removed


(default) (default) (default)

MODE_ABIS<1> Jumper removed Jumper removed Jumper plugged in


(default) (default)

MODE_ABIS<0> Jumper removed Jumper plugged in Jumper removed


(default) (default)

BDS_ID Jumper removed Jumper removed Jumper removed


(default) (default) (default)

4.2.9 FA
Functions
FA provides the following functions:
l Detecting air inlet temperature
l Detecting, controlling, and reporting fan status

Overview
For the overview of the FA panel, see Figure 4-24.

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Figure 4-24 FA Panel

4.2.10 TAM
TAM serial boards fall into three variants, TAM0, TAM1, and TAM2.
These three variants are differentiated by output voltage:
l The output voltage of the TAM0 board is +28 V.
l The output voltage of the TAM1 board is +12 V.
l The output voltage of the TAM2 board is +13 V.

Functions
TAM serial boards provide the following functions:
l Providing +28 V, +12 V or +13 V power for up to six tower amplifiers
l Detecting the operational status of up to six tower amplifiers and reporting alarm
signals to CC
l Controlling the power on and off of six power supplies with a voltage of +28 V, +12 V,
or +13 V.
l Communicating with CC through 12C bus
l Implementing conversion, protection and filtering of power supply
l Providing anti-lightning protection for power supply circuit
l Implementing software remote downloading and current threshold setting

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Principle
For the principle of the TAM module, see Figure 4-25.

Figure 4-25 TAM Module Principle

Overview
For the overview of the TAM panel, see Figure 4-26.

Figure 4-26 TAM Panel

Button
For the description of the button on the TAM panel, refer to Table 4-14.

Table 4-14 Description of the Button on the TAM Panel

Button Description

RST Reset button

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the TAM panel, refer to Table 4-15.

Table 4-15 Description of the Interfaces on the TAM Panel

Interface Description

TA0 Outputs DC voltage to channel 0.

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TA1 Outputs DC voltage to channel 1.

TA2 Outputs DC voltage to channel 2.

TA3 Outputs DC voltage to channel 3.

TA4 Outputs DC voltage to channel 4.

TA5 Outputs DC voltage to channel 5.

4.3 Boards in RSU Subrack


4.3.1 RSU40 U216
Functions
The RSU40 U216 is a Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) single-mode
multi-carrier RF module. It operates below 2100 MHz, and supports a maximum of four
carriers.
The RSU40 U216 subsystem provides the functions of User Equipment (UE) access and
radio link transmission on the Uu interface, including:
l RF processing
l Modulation and demodulation
l Measurement and report
l Carrier power control
l Receiving diversity
l Rectification and synchronization

The RSU40 U216 subsystem provides the following functions at the optical interface:
l I/Q data transmission
l Measurement report
l RF function configuration
l Clock synchronization

The RSU40 U216 supports built-in lightning protection function. The lightning protection
capability of feeder is 10 kA.

Overview
For the overview of the RSU40 U216, see Figure 4-27.

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Figure 4-27 RSU40 U216

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces and button on the RSU40 U216 panel, refer to Table
4-16.

Table 4-16 Description of the Interfaces and Button on the RSU40 U216 Panel

Inter- Description Type/Con- Electrical Protocol Capacity


face/But- nector Specification
ton

TX1 RX1 BBU-RSU LC-type Optical ZTE internal 1.2288 Gbps


interface/RRU optical interface 1 protocol
cascading interface (IEC
interface 874)

TX2 RX2 BBU-RSU LC-type Optical ZTE internal 1.2288 Gbps


interface/RRU optical interface 2 protocol
cascading interface (IEC
interface 874)

AISG AISG equipment DB9 socket Half duplex AISG AISG * 1


interface 485 and AISG
power

MON External DB15 socket Input dry - 4 * dry contact


equipment contact and 1 * 485
interface full duplex 485

POWER Power supply - Power input - -48 V


interface

ANT2 Receiving diversity 50 Ω DIN type Antenna 2 - Rx 2


RF cable interface connector

ANT1 Transmitting/re- 50 Ω DIN type Antenna 1 - Tx / Rx 1


ceiving main RF connector
cable interface

RXout Frequency SMA Rx1 output - -


extensible connector after LNA
interface

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Inter- Description Type/Con- Electrical Protocol Capacity


face/But- nector Specification
ton

RXin Frequency SMA Rx input - -


extensible connector from other
interface equipment

DBG Debugging RJ45 socket Ethernet 100 BaseT 100 Mbps


network interface debugging
interface

RST Reset button – - - -

Indices
For the indices of the RSU40 U216, refer to Table 4-17.

Table 4-17 RSU40 U216 Indices

Index Specification

Dimensions (mm) 482.6 × 88 × 360 (height × weight × depth)

Weight (Kg) 12.5

Power consumption (W) 166 (S3 configuration)

4.3.2 RSU60E
Functions
The RSU60E is a Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) single-mode
multi-carrier RF module, including a duplex filter, multi-carrier amplifier, transceiver board,
interface protection board, and power supply. One RSU60 supports 80 W power output.
The RSU60E subsystem provides the functions of UE access and radio link transmission
on the Uu interface, including:
l RF processing
l Modulation and demodulation
l Measurement and report
l Carrier power control
l Receiving diversity
l Rectification and synchronization
The RSU60E subsystem provides the following functions at the optical interface:
l I/Q data transmission
l Measurement report
l RF function configuration
l Clock synchronization

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RSU60E supports built-in lightning protection function. The lightning protection capability
of feeder is 10 kA.

Overview
For the overview of the RSU60E, see Figure 4-28.

Figure 4-28 RSU60E

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the RSU60E, refer to Table 4-18.

Table 4-18 Description of the Interfaces on the RSU60E

Interface Name Entity at end A Entity at end B Remarks

ANT1(TX/RX) RSU Rx/Tx antenna Connected with Rx/Tx antenna in


primary Rx/Tx channel

ANT2(RX) RSU Rx antenna Connected with Rx diversity channel

Rx out RSU RSU with extended Output interface of frequency


frequency extension, output primary Rx signal

Rx in RSU with RSU Input interface of frequency


extended extension, input diversity Rx signal
frequency

TX1 RX1 RSU BBU or upper Optical CRPI interface connection


cascading RSU for upper RSU cascaded with BBU

TX2 RX2 RSU Lower cascading Optical CRPI interface connection


RSU for lower RSU cascaded with BBU

DBG RSU PC and tester Commissioning network interface


and test interface

RST - - Hard reset button

MON RSU External device Provides four dry contacts (input)


and RS485 environment monitoring.

AISG RSU Antenna feeder Connected with the AISG interface


of antenna feeder

POWER RSU front panel RF power in a power -48 V DC input power interface
subrack

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Indices
For the indices of the RSU60E, refer to Table 4-19.

Table 4-19 RSU60E Indices

Index Specification

Dimensions (mm) 482.6 × 88 × 360 (height × width × depth)

Weight (Kg) ≤13

Power consumption (W) ≤320 (900 MHz) / 330 (1800 MHz)

4.3.3 RSU82
Functions
The RSU82 is a GSM/UMTS Dual Mode (GU) multi-carrier RF module, operating on the
900 MHz/1800 MHz/2100 MHz frequency band.
One the RSU82 supports two transmission channels, four Rx channels, and two
GSM/UMTS sectors.
The RSU82 can be configured to GSM single mode, UMTS single mode, or GU mode.
l In GSM single mode, RSU82 supports a maximum of 2 × 6TRX.
l In UMTS single mode, RSU82 supports a maximum of 2 × 3CS.
l In GU mode, RSU82 supports a maximum of 2 × (4TRX+1CS) or 2 × (2TRX+1CS).
The RSU82 subsystem provides the functions of UE access and radio link transmission at
the Uu interface, including:
l RF processing
l Modulation and demodulation
l Measurement and report
l Carrier power control
l Receiving diversity
l Rectification and synchronization
The RSU82 subsystem provides the following functions at the optical interface:

l I/Q data transmission


l Measurement report
l RF function configuration
l Clock synchronization

Overview
For the overview of the RSU82, see Figure 4-29.

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Figure 4-29 RSU82

Interfaces
For the description of the interfaces on the RSU82, refer to Table 4-20.

Table 4-20 Description of the Interfaces on the RSU60E

Interface Name Entity at end A Entity at end B Remarks

ANT1(TX/RX) RSU82 Rx/Tx antenna Connected with Rx/Tx antenna in


primary Rx/Tx channel

ANT2(RX) RSU82 Rx antenna Connected with Rx diversity channel

ANT3(TX/RX) RSU82 Rx/Tx antenna Connected with Rx/Tx antenna in


primary Rx/Tx channel

ANT4(RX) RSU82 Rx antenna Connected with Rx diversity channel

POWER RSU82 front panel BRF power in a power -48 V DC input power interface
subrack

AISG RSU82 Antenna feeder Connected with the AISG interface


of antenna feeder

DBG RSU82 PC and tester Commissioning network interface


and test interface

MON RSU82 External equipment Provides four dry contacts (input)


and RS485 environment monitoring.

TX1 RX1 RSU82 BBU or upper Optical CRPI interface connection


cascading RSU for upper RSU cascaded with BBU

TX2 RX2 RSU82 Lower cascading Optical CRPI interface connection


RSU for lower RSU cascaded with BBU

RST - Hard reset button

PE RSU82 Grounding point Protection grounding point

Indices
For the indices of the RSU82, refer to Table 4-21.

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Table 4-21 RSU82 Indices

Index Specification

Dimensions (mm) 482.6 × 88 × 360 (height × width × depth)

Weight (Kg) ≤15

Power consumption (W) ≤640 (900 MHz) / 330 (6550 MHz)

Supports hot plug or not Yes

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Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................5-1
Power Cables and Protection Grounding Cables ........................................................5-2
Transmission Cables ..................................................................................................5-5
Signal Cables ...........................................................................................................5-13

5.1 Overview
For the description of the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 cables installed on site, refer to Table
5-1.

Table 5-1 Description of the Cables Installed on Site

Cable Description

Power cables and protection grounding cables The power cables and protection cables fall into
the following four types:
l External AC input cable
l DC power cable from the Power System Unit
(PSU) to the Baseband Unit (BBU) and Fan
Control Element (FCE)
l RF System Unit (RSU) DC input cable
l Protection grounding cable

Transmission cables The transmission cables fall into the following six
types:
l Data cable
l 75 Ω E1 cable
l 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 cable
l Ethernet cable at Iub
l Optical fiber at Iub
l High-speed cable between the BBU and
RSU

Signal cables The signal cables fall into the following three
types:
l Global Positioning System (GPS) jumper
l AISG cable
l Radio Frequency (RF) jumper

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5.2 Power Cables and Protection Grounding Cables


5.2.1 External AC Input Cable
Functions
The external AC input cable is used to introduce external AC power to the ZXSDR BS8906
GU060.

Overview
For the overview of the external AC input cable, see Figure 5-1.

Figure 5-1 External AC Input Cable

For the overview of end A and B of the external AC input cable, see Figure 5-2.

Figure 5-2 Overview of End A and B

When the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 is AC powered, end A of the external AC input cable
connects to a power supply cabinet, and end B connects to the AC connection terminal
under the AC Protection Module (APM) module of the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 cabinet.
For the structure of the AC connection terminal, see Figure 5-3.

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Figure 5-3 Structure of the AC Connection Terminal

1. AC input interface

Wiring Description
For the wiring description of the AC input cable, refer to Table 5-2.

Table 5-2 Wiring Description of the AC Input Cable

Pin No. (End A ) Pin No. (End B ) Material Color

L L Brown

PE PE Black

N N Blue

5.2.2 DC Power Cable from PSU to BBU and FCE


Function
The DC power cable provides -48 V DC power for the BBU subrack and FCE module in
the cabinet.

Overview
For the overview of the DC power cable, see Figure 5-4.

Figure 5-4 DC Power Cable

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End A is a D-type 3–core straight mixed power soldering connector. End B1 is a D-type
straight soldering connector (hole), and end B2 and B3 are 3–core cable connectors.
The cable at end B1 is made by multi-strand black 16AWG wires, and the cables at end
B2 and B3 are made by multi-strand black 20AWG wires.

Wiring Description
For the wiring description of DC power cable, refer to Table 5-3.

Table 5-3 Wiring Description of DC power cable

Direction A Direction B

DC distribution terminal for the front panel of PSU B1: BBU subrack
+ APM subrack
B2: FCE module

B3: Reserved

5.2.3 RSU DC Input Cable


Function
The RSU DC input cable is used to introduce DC power to the RSU module.

Overview
For the overview of the RSU DC input cable, see Figure 5-5.

Figure 5-5 RSU DC Input Cable

Note:
End A and end B of the RSU DC input cable are D-type 3–core straight soldering cables.

Wiring Description
For the wiring description of the RSU DC input cable, refer to Table 5-4.

Table 5-4 Wiring Description of the RSU DC Input Cable

End A End B Material Color

1 1 Brown

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3 3 Blue

5.2.4 Protection Grounding Cable


Function
The protection grounding cable provides grounding protection for the entire cabinet.

Overview
For the overview of the protection grounding cable, see Figure 5-6.

Figure 5-6 Protection Grounding Cable

The protection grounding cable is made by multi-strand fire-resistant yellow-green wires


with a sectional area of 16 mm2, crimped circular metallic terminals at both ends (also
called as lug).

5.3 Transmission Cables


5.3.1 Data Cable
Function
The data cable (DS-91238-001) is used to introduce inner & outer environment monitoring
signal, and dry contact monitoring signal. If using T1/E1 at Abis, the data cable is also
used to access T1/E1 trunk signal at Abis.

Overview
For the overview of the data cable (DS-91238-001), see Figure 5-7.

Figure 5-7 Data Cable

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End A and B1 of the cable are straight SCSI 50–core soldering connectors. End B2 is a
8P8C straight crimped shielding connector.

5.3.2 75 Ω E1 Cable
Function
The 75 Ω E1 cable at Iub is the transmission cable between the ZXSDR BS8906 GU060
and the Radio Network Controller (RNC), transmitting interface messages between the
ZXSDR BS8906 GU060 and the RNC.

Overview
For the overview of the 75 Ω E1 cable at Abis, see Figure 5-8.

Figure 5-8 75 Ω E1 Cable at Abis

Note:
End A is the DB44 straight connector.
The 75 Ω E1 cable has two types. In Figure 5-8, the upper one supports 8 E1 links and
the lower one supports 4 E1 links.

Pin Description
For the pin description of the 75 Ω E1 cable that supports 8 E1s, refer to Table 5-5.

Table 5-5 Pin Description of 75 Ω E1 Cable Supporting 8 E1s

Signal RX0– RX0+ TX0– TX0+ RX1– RX1+ TX1– TX1+

End-A pin 22 23 24 25 1 2 3 4

End-B pin 1–1–outer 1–1–inner 1–2–outer 1–2–inner 1–3–outer 1–3–inner 1–4–outer 1–4–inner

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Signal RX2– RX2+ TX2– TX2+ RX3– RX3+ TX3– TX3+

End-A pin 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

End-B pin 1–5–outer 1–5–inner 1–6–outer 1–6–inner 1–7–outer 1–7–inner 1–8–outer 1–8–inner

Signal RX4– RX4+ TX4– TX4+ RX5– RX5+ TX5– TX5+

End-A pin 13 14 43 44 39 40 41 42

End-B pin 2–1–outer 2–1–inner 2–2–outer 2–2–inner 2–3–outer 2–3–inner 2–4–outer 2–4–inner

Signal RX6– RX6+ TX6– TX6+ RX7– RX7+ TX7– TX7+

End-A pin 35 36 37 38 31 32 33 34

End-B pin 2–5–outer 2–5–inner 2–6–outer 2–6–inner 1–7–outer 2–7–inner 2–8–outer 2–8–inner

• “1-1-inner” and “1-1-outer” respectively refers to the internal and external conductor of the coaxial cable (marked as
“1”) among 1#8 core micro-coaxial cables.

For the pin description of the 75Ω E1 cable that supports 4 E1s, refer to Table 5-6.

Table 5-6 Pin Description of 75Ω E1 Cable Supporting 4 E1s

Signal RX0– RX0+ TX0– TX0+ RX1– RX1+ TX1– TX1+

End-A pin 22 23 24 25 1 2 3 4

End-B pin 1–outer 1–inner 2–outer 2–inner 3–outer 3–inner 4–outer 4–inner

Signal RX2– RX2+ TX2– TX2+ RX3– RX3+ TX3– TX3+

End-A pin 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

End-B pin 5–outer 5–inner 6–outer 6–inner 7–outer 7–inner 8–outer 8–inner

• “1-inner” and “1-outer” respectively refers to the internal and external conductor of the coaxial cable (marked as “1”)
among 8 core micro-coaxial cables.

5.3.3 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 Cable


Function
The 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 cable at Abis is the transmission cable between the ZXSDR
BS8906 GU060 and the RNC, transmitting interface messages between the ZXSDR
BS8906 GU060 and the RNC.

Overview
For the overview of the 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 cable at Abis, see Figure 5-9.

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Figure 5-9 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 Cable

Note:
End A is the DB44 straight connector.

Pin Description
The 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 cable has two types. One supports eight-E1/T1, and the other
supports four-E1/T1. These two types have the same appearance but differ in the number
of cores.
For the pin description of the 120 Ω E1 cable, refer to Table 5-7, and Table 5-8.

Table 5-7 Pin Description of the 120 Ω E1 Cable

Signal I_RING_0 TIP_0 O_RIN- TIP_0 I_RING_1 TIP_1 O_RIN- TIP_1


G_0 G_1

End-A pin 22 23 24 25 1 2 3 4

Cable Blue/ red1 Blue/ Pink/ red1 Pink/ Green/ Green/ Yellow/ Yellow/
Color (old black1 black1 red1 black1 red1 black1
spectrum)

Cable Color White Blue White Orange White Green White brown
(whole
spectrum)

Signal I_RING_2 TIP_2 O_RIN- TIP_2 I_RING_3 TIP_3 O_RIN- TIP_3


G_2 G_3

End-A pin 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Cable Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red2 Blue/ Pink/ red2 Pink/ Green/ Green/
Color (old red1 black1 black2 black2 red2 black2
spectrum)

Cable Color White Gray Red Blue Red Orange Red Green
(whole
spectrum)

Signal I_RING_4 TIP_4 O_RIN- TIP_4 I_RING_5 TIP_5 O_RIN- TIP_5


G_4 G_5

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End-A pin 13 14 43 44 39 40 41 42

Cable Yellow/ Yellow/ Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red3 Blue/ Pink/ red3 Pink/
Color (old red2 black2 red2 black2 black3 black3
spectrum)

Cable Color Red Brown Red Gray Black Blue Black Orange
(whole
spectrum)

Signal I_RING_6 TIP_6 O_RIN- TIP_6 I_RING_7 TIP_7 O_RIN- TIP_7


G_6 G_7

End-A pin 35 36 37 38 31 32 33 34

Cable Green/ Green/ Yellow/ Yellow/ Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red4 Blue/
Color (old red3 black3 red3 black3 red3 black3 black4
spectrum)

Cable Color Black Green Black Brown Black Gray Yellow Blue
(whole
spectrum)

Table 5-8 Cable Color at End B

1(RX0+ RX0–) 2(TX0+ TX0–) 3(RX1+ RX1–) 4(TX1+ TX1–)

blue/ red1 blue/ black1 pink/ red1 pink/ black1 green/ red1 green/ yellow/ red1 yellow/
black1 black1

white blue white orange white green white brown

5(RX2+ RX2–) 6(TX2+ TX2–) 7(RX3+ RX3–) 8(TX3+ TX3–)

gray/ red1 gray/ black1 blue/ red2 blue/ black2 pink/ red2 pink/ black2 green/ red2 green/
black2

white gray red blue red orange red green

9(RX4+ RX4–) 10(TX4+ TX4–) 11(RX5+ RX5–) 12(TX5+ TX5–)

yellow/ red2 yellow/ gray/ red2 gray/ black2 blue/ red3 blue/ black3 pink/ red3 pink/ black3
black2

red brown red gray black blue black orange

13(RX6+ RX6–) 14(TX6+ TX6–) 15(RX7+ RX7–) 16(TX7+ TX7–)

green/ red3 green/ yellow/ red3 yellow/ gray/ red3 gray/ black3 blue/ red4 blue/ black4
black3 black3

black green black brown black gray yellow blue

For the pin description of the 100 Ω T1 cable, refer to Table 5-9, and Table 5-10.

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Table 5-9 Pin Description of the 100 Ω T1 Cable

Signal O_TIP_0 RING_0 I_TIP_0 RING_0 O_TIP_1 RING_1 I_TIP_1 RING_1

End-A pin 25 24 23 22 4 3 2 1

Cable Blue/ red1 Blue/ Pink/ red1 Pink/ Green/ Green/ Yellow/ Yellow/
Color (old black1 black1 red1 black1 red1 black1
spectrum)

Cable Color White Blue White Orange White Green White brown
(whole
spectrum)

Signal O_TIP_2 RING_2 I_TIP_2 RING_2 O_TIP_3 RING_3 I_TIP_3 RING_3

End-A pin 8 7 6 5 12 11 10 9

Cable Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red2 Blue/ Pink/ red2 Pink/ Green/ Green/
Color (old red1 black1 black2 black2 red2 black2
spectrum)

Cable Color White Gray Red Blue Red Orange Red Green
(whole
spectrum)

Signal O_TIP_4 RING_4 I_TIP_4 RING_4 O_TIP_5 RING_5 I_TIP_5 RING_5

End-A pin 44 43 14 13 42 41 40 39

Cable Yellow/ Yellow/ Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red3 Blue/ Pink/ red3 Pink/
Color (old red2 black2 red2 black2 black3 black3
spectrum)

Cable Color Red Brown Red Gray Black Blue Black Orange
(whole
spectrum)

Signal O_TIP_6 RING_6 I_TIP_6 RING_6 O_TIP_7 RING_7 I_TIP_7 RING_7

End-A pin 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Cable Green/ Green/ Yellow/ Yellow/ Gray/ Gray/ Blue/ red4 Blue/
Color (old red3 black3 red3 black3 red3 black3 black4
spectrum)

Cable Color Black Green Black Brown Black Gray Yellow Blue
(whole
spectrum)

Table 5-10 Cable Color at End B

1(TX0+ TX0–) 2(RX0+ RX0–) 3(TX1+ TX1–) 4(RX1+ RX1–)

blue/ red1 blue/ black1 pink/ red1 pink/ black1 green/ red1 green/ yellow/ red1 yellow/
black1 black1

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white blue white orange white green white brown

5(TX2+ TX2–) 6(RX2+ RX2–) 7(TX3+ TX3–) 8(RX3+ RX3–)

gray/ red1 gray/ black1 blue/ red2 blue/ black2 pink/ red2 pink/ black2 green/ red2 green/
black2

white gray red blue red orange red green

9(TX4+ TX4–) 10(RX4+ RX4–) 11(TX5+ TX5–) 12(RX5+ RX5–)

yellow/ red2 yellow/ gray/ red2 gray/ black2 blue/ red3 blue/ black3 pink/ red3 pink/ black3
black2

red brown red gray black blue black orange

13(TX6+ TX6–) 14(RX6+ RX6–) 15(TX7+ TX7–) 16(RX7+ RX7–)

green/ red3 green/ yellow/ red3 yellow/ gray/ red3 gray/ black3 blue/ red4 blue/ black4
black3 black3

black green black brown black gray yellow blue

Note:
l The color spectrum of cables falls into the old spectrum of cable colors, and the whole
spectrum of cable colors. You can select the cable color as required.
l Blue/red1 indicates that the cable is blue with one red mark on it, pink/red2 indicates
that the cable is pink with two red marks on it, and so on.

5.3.4 Ethernet Cable


Function
l When the base station and Base Station Controller (BSC) are based on IP bearer, the
network cable serves as the transmission medium (straight-through cable) over the
Iub interface.
l When users log in to a base station through the Local Maintenance Terminal LMT
software, the Ethernet cable is used as an operation and maintenance cable (crossed
network cable).

Overview
Both ends of the network cable are crimped RJ45 connectors. For the overview of the
network cable, see Figure 5-10.

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Figure 5-10 Network Cable

Pin Description
In accordance with the corresponding relationship between pins, the network cable is
categorized into straight-through network cable and crossover network cable.
For the pin description of straight-through network cable, refer to Table 5-11. For the pin
description of crossed network cable, refer to Table 5-12.

Table 5-11 Pin Description of Straight-through Network Cable

End A Cable Color End B

1 White/Orange 1

2 Orange 2

3 White/Green 3

6 Green 6

4 Blue 4

5 White/Blue 5

7 White/Brown 7

8 Brown 8

Table 5-12 Pin Description of Crossed Network Cable

End A Cable Color End B

1 White/Orange 3

2 Orange 6

3 White/Green 1

6 Green 2

4 Blue 4

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5 White/Blue 5

7 White/Brown 7

8 Brown 8

5.3.5 Optical Fiber


Function
The single-mode optical fiber at Iub is used to complete the signal interaction between the
BBU and the Radio Remote Unit (RRU).

Overview
Both ends of the single-mode optical fiber are LC/LC connectors. For the overview of the
single-mode optical fiber, refer to Figure 5-11.

Figure 5-11 Single-mode Optical Fiber

5.4 Signal Cables


5.4.1 AISG Cable
Function
The Antenna Interface Standards Group (AISG) cable provides the Remote Electrical Tilt
(RET) antenna and the Tower Mounted Amplifier (TMA) interface that support the AISG
protocol.

Overview
For the overview of the AISG cable, see Figure 5-12.

Figure 5-12 AISG Cable

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Note:
End A of the cable is a DB15 provided by the RSU panel. End B is a circular connector
with 8 pins, following the IEC 60130-9 - Ed. 3.0 standard.

Pin and Signal Description


For the pin and signal description of the AISG cable, refer to Table 5-13.

Table 5-13 Pin and Signal Description of the AISG Cable

SN Signal Name Signal End-A Pin End-B Pin


Description

1 NC - - 1

2 NC - - 2

3 AISG_PI_RS485 RS485 signal neg- 5 3


A ative

4 NC - - 4

5 AISG_PI_RS485 RS485 signal pos- 4 5


B itive

6 +28V_PI_AISG +28V DC power 1,2 6

7 +28V_AISG_PI_ DC 6,7 7
GND

8 NC - - 8

5.4.2 RF Jumper
Function
The RF jumper is used to connect an RSU to the primary antenna feeder, and connect the
primary antenna feeder to an antenna. When the primary antenna feeder is the 7/8″ or
5/4″ coaxial cable, you shall use the RF jumper to connect it.

Overview
For the overview of the cabinet RF jumper, see Figure 5-13.

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Figure 5-13 Cabinet RF Jumper

Both ends of the jumper are DIN-type connectors. End A connects to the antenna feeder
system, and end B connects to an RSU.

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Indicators
This section describes the status of the indicators on each board.
The status of the indicators varies with different software versions.
The status of the indicators described in this section is based on the following software
versions:
l V4. 09. 21
l V4. 11. 10
l V4. 12

Indicators
For the description of the indicators on the Power Module (PM) panel, refer to Table A-1.

Table A-1 Description of the Indicators on the PM Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The Module Management Controller (MMC)
hardware of the board is being started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

PWR Blue Power on Always on: The board is powered on.


indicator (only Off: The board is powered off.
exists on the PM3
panel)

For the description of the indicators on the Control and Clock Module (CC) panel, refer to
Table A-2.

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator Always on: The board is resetting.


Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

E0S Green E1/T1 (channel Flashing alternately during different periods of a


0 to 3) status cycle, and flashing up to 3 times in a second ( 0.125
indicator s on, 0.125 s off).
The first second: One flash indicates that channel 0 is
proper, and off indicates that channel 0 is not in use.
The third second: Two flashes indicate that channel
1 is proper, and off indicates that channel 1 is not in
use.
The fifth second: Three flashes indicate that channel
2 is proper, and off indicates that channel 2 is not in
use.
The seventh second: Four flashes indicate that
channel 3 is proper, and off indicates that channel 3
is not in use.
Each cycle lasts for eight seconds.

E1S Green E1/T1 (channel Flashing alternately during different periods of a


4 to 7) status cycle, and flashing up to 3 times in a second ( 0.125
indicator s on, 0.125 s off).
The first second: One flash indicates that channel 0 is
proper, and off indicates that channel 0 is not in use.
The third second: Two flashes indicate that channel
1 is proper, and off indicates that channel 1 is not in
use.
The fifth second: Three flashes indicate that channel
2 is proper, and off indicates that channel 2 is not in
use.
The seventh second: Four flashes indicate that Link
3 is proper, and off indicates that channel 3 is not in
use.
Each cycle lasts for eight seconds.

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

E2S Green E1/T1 (channel Flashing alternately during different periods of a


8 to 11) status cycle, and flashing up to 3 times in a second ( 0.125
indicator s on, 0.125 s off).
The first second: One flash indicates that channel 0 is
proper, and off indicates that channel 0 is not in use.
The third second: Two flashes indicate that channel
1 is proper, and off indicates that channel 1 is not in
use.
The fifth second: Three flashes indicate that channel
2 is proper, and off indicates that channel 2 is not in
use.
The seventh second: Four flashes indicate that
channel 3 is proper, and off indicates that channel 3
is not in use.
Each cycle lasts for eight seconds.

E3S Green E1/T1 (channel Flashing alternately during different periods of a


12 to 15) status cycle, and flashing up to 3 times in a second ( 0.125
indicator s on, 0.125 s off).
The first second: One flash indicates that channel 0
is proper and off indicates that channel 0 is not in use.
The third second: Two flashes indicate that channel
1 is proper, and off indicates that channel 1 is not in
use.
The fifth second: Three flashes indicate that channel
2 is proper, and off indicates that channel 2 is not in
use.
The seventh second: Four flashes indicate that
channel 3 is proper, and off indicates that channel 3
is not in use.
Each cycle lasts for eight seconds.

MS Green Master/Slave On: The board is in active state.


indicator Off: The board is in standby state.

REF Green Global Always on: The antenna feeder is proper.


Positioning Always off: The antenna feeder and satellite are
System (GPS) proper, in initialization state.
antenna state Flashing slowly (1.5 s on, 1.5 s off): The antenna
or 2 MHz state, feeder is broken.
connection state Flashing quickly (3 s on, 3 s off): The antenna feeder
of the SMA is proper but cannot receive satellite signal.
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corresponding short circuited.


panel Flashing quickly (70 ms on, 70 ms off): No message
is received at the initialization stage.

ETH0 Green ABIS/Iub link On: The physical link of the ABIS/Iub network
state interface (optical or electrical) is proper.
Off: The physical link of the ABIS/Iub network
interface is broken.
Flashing: There is received or sent data at the
ABIS/Iub network interface.

DEBUG/ Green Link state On: The physical link of the DBG/CAS/OMC network
CAS/LMT of the DE- interface is proper.
BUG/CAS/LMT Off: The physical link of the DBG/CAS/OMC network
network interface interface is broken.
Flashing: There is received or sent data at the
DBG/CAS/OMC network interface.

For the description of the indicators on the Universal Baseband Processing Board for GSM
(UBPG) panel, refer to Table A-3.

Table A-3 Description of the Indicators on the UBPG Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
indicator properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

CST Green CPU running Flashing at the frequency of 1 Hz: The main board
Indicator version is booted successfully.

SCS Green System clock Always on: The system clock is proper.
Indicator Off: The system clock is improper.

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LS Green Optical interface Flashing at the frequency of 8 Hz,flashing alternately


available:the during different periods of a cycle, and flashing up to
link state of the 3 times in a second.
optical interface The first second: One flash indicates that channel 0
communicating optical/backboard link is proper, and off indicates that
with Remote channel 0 is faulty.
Radio Unit The fourth second: Two flashes indicate that channel
(RRU) 1 optical/backboard link is proper, and off indicates
Optical interface that channel 1 is faulty.
unavailable:the The seventh second: Three flashes indicate that
link state of the channel 2 optical/backboard link is proper, and off
backplane indicates that channel 2 is faulty.
Each cycle lasts for nine seconds.

SS Green Optical interface Flashing at the frequency of 8 Hz,flashing


available : successively during different periods of a cycle, and
whether there flashing up to 3 times in a second.
is optical signal The first second: One flash indicates that there is
at the optical signal at channel 0 optical/backboard link, and off
interface indicates that there is no signal at channel 0.
Optical interface The fourth second: Two flashes indicate that there
unavailable: is signal at channel 1 optical/backboard link, and off
The physical indicates that there is no signal at channel 1.
link state of the The seventh second: Three flashes indicate that
GPRS Tunneling there is signal at channel 2 optical/backboard link,
Protocol GTP and off indicates that there is no signal at channel 2.
backplane Each cycle lasts for nine seconds.

For the description of the indicators on the Baseband Processing Board Type C (BPC)
panel, refer to Table A-4.

Table A-4 Description of the Indicators on the BPC Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The MMC hardware of the board is being started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

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For the description of the indicators on the Fabric Switch Module (FS) panel, refer to Table
A-5.

Table A-5 Description of the Indicators on the FS Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The MMC hardware of the board is being started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

SCS Clock indicator For possible future use.

FLS Forward link For possible future use.


indicator

RLS Reverse link For possible future use.


indicator

For the description of the indicators on the Site Alarm (SA panel, refer to Table A-6.

Table A-6 Description of the Indicators on the SA Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running Indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The MMC hardware of the board is being started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm Indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

For the description of the indicators on the Site Alarm Extender (SE) panel, refer to Table
A-7.

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Table A-7 Description of the Indicators on the SE Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The MMC hardware of the board is being started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

For the description of the indicators on the Fan Array (FA) panel, refer to Table A-8.

Table A-8 Description of the Indicators on the FA Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

For the description of the indicators on the TAM panel, refer to Table A-9.

Table A-9 Description of the Indicators on the TAM Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN green Running indicator Flashing (on for 0.3 s, off for 0.3 s): The board is
operating properly.
Flashing slowly (on for 1.5 s, off for 1.5 s): The link
between the board and CC is broken.
Flashing quickly (on for 70 ms, off for 70 ms): The
board is downloading versions or the process is
powered on.

ALM red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (on for 0.15 s, off for 0.15 s): Major
or critical alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (on for 1 s, off for 1 s): Warning or
minor alarm occurs.
Off: The board is operating properly.

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For the description of the indicators on the UES panel, refer to Table A-10.

Table A-10 Description of the Indicators on the UES Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator RUN indicator and ALM indicator flashing alternately:
The MMC hardware of the board is started.
Flashing (0.3 s on, 0.3 s off): The board is operating
properly.
Off: The board self-test fails.

ALM Red Alarm indicator Flashing quickly (0.15 s on, 0.15 s off): Critical or
major alarm occurs.
Flashing slowly (1 s on, 1 s off): Minor or warning
alarm occurs.
Off: No board alarm occurs.

SCS Green Clock indicator Always on: The phase-locked loop is locked, and
the 25 M working clock for synchronizing Ethernet
is proper.
Always off: The :phase-locked loop is out of lock, and
the 25 M working clock for synchronizing Ethernet
is improper.

ETS Green 1588 function Always on: 1588 function is supported.


indicator Always off: 1588 function is not supported.

OP1 Green Optical interface Always on: The physical link is proper (link up).
X4 link state Flashing: There is received or sent data on the link.
indicator Always off: The optical link is broken (link down).

OP2 Green Optical interface Always on: The physical link is proper (link up).
UPLINK link state Flashing: There is received or sent data on the link.
indicator Always off: The optical link is broken (link down).

For the description of the indicators on the RF System Unit (RSU) panel, refer to Table
A-11.

Table A-11 Description of the Indicators on the RSU Panel

Indicator Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running indicator Always on: The board is being reset.
Flashing at 1 Hz: The state of the
board is proper.
Flashing at 5 Hz: The board is being
started.
Always off: The board self-test fails.

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Indicator Color Meaning Description

ALM Red Alarm indicator Always off: The board is operating


properly, or the board is downloading
versions, being reset, or being started.
Flashing at 5 Hz: Critical or
emergency alarm occurs.
Flashing at 1 Hz: Minor or warning
alarm occurs.

LNK Green Optical interface link Always on: The connection of the
indicator optical fiber is proper.
Always off: The connection of the
optical fiber is improper.
Flashing at 5 Hz: The optical link
is the clock reference source, and
the phase-locked loop is in quick
snapping state.
Flashing at 0.25 Hz: The link is
the clock reference source, and the
phase-locked loop is in tracing state.

RF Green RF working status Always on: RF has outputs.


indicator Always off: RF has no output.

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Figures
Figure 2-1 Cabinet (Compact Mode) ......................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-2 Cabinet (Standalone Mode) ..................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-3 Cabinet Structure (Compact Mode).......................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-4 Cabinet Structure (Stand-alone Mode) ..................................................... 2-4
Figure 3-1 Subrack Layout (Compact Mode)............................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-2 Subrack Layout (Standalone Mode) ......................................................... 3-3
Figure 3-3 Fan Subrack ............................................................................................ 3-4
Figure 3-4 ZXSDR B8200 GU360 ............................................................................. 3-5
Figure 3-5 PSU Subrack ........................................................................................... 3-6
Figure 3-6 APM Subrack........................................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3-7 DPM Subrack .......................................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3-8 LPU ......................................................................................................... 3-8
Figure 4-1 PM Principle ............................................................................................ 4-2
Figure 4-2 PM1 Panel ............................................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-3 PM3 Panel ............................................................................................... 4-3
Figure 4-4 CC Principle............................................................................................. 4-4
Figure 4-5 CC0 or CC2 Panel ................................................................................... 4-4
Figure 4-6 CC16 or CC17 Panel ............................................................................... 4-5
Figure 4-7 UBPG1 Principle..................................................................................... 4-6
Figure 4-8 UBPG2 Principle...................................................................................... 4-7
Figure 4-9 UBPG1 Panel .......................................................................................... 4-7
Figure 4-10 UBPG2 Panel ........................................................................................ 4-7
Figure 4-11 BPC Principle......................................................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-12 BPC Panel ............................................................................................. 4-9
Figure 4-13 BPK Principle....................................................................................... 4-10
Figure 4-14 BPK Panel ........................................................................................... 4-10
Figure 4-15 UES Principle....................................................................................... 4-11
Figure 4-16 UES Panel ........................................................................................... 4-11
Figure 4-17 FS principle.......................................................................................... 4-12
Figure 4-18 FS Panel.............................................................................................. 4-13
Figure 4-19 SA Principle ......................................................................................... 4-14
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Figure 4-21 SA Panel.............................................................................................. 4-14


Figure 4-22 SE Panel.............................................................................................. 4-15
Figure 4-23 Location of the Jumpers on SA/SE....................................................... 4-16
Figure 4-24 FA Panel .............................................................................................. 4-18
Figure 4-25 TAM Module Principle .......................................................................... 4-19
Figure 4-26 TAM Panel ........................................................................................... 4-19
Figure 4-27 RSU40 U216 ....................................................................................... 4-21
Figure 4-28 RSU60E.............................................................................................. 4-23
Figure 4-29 RSU82................................................................................................. 4-25
Figure 5-1 External AC Input Cable........................................................................... 5-2
Figure 5-2 Overview of End A and B ......................................................................... 5-2
Figure 5-3 Structure of the AC Connection Terminal ................................................. 5-3
Figure 5-4 DC Power Cable ...................................................................................... 5-3
Figure 5-5 RSU DC Input Cable................................................................................ 5-4
Figure 5-6 Protection Grounding Cable ..................................................................... 5-5
Figure 5-7 Data Cable............................................................................................... 5-5
Figure 5-8 75 Ω E1 Cable at Abis.............................................................................. 5-6
Figure 5-9 120 Ω E1/100 Ω T1 Cable........................................................................ 5-8
Figure 5-10 Network Cable ..................................................................................... 5-12
Figure 5-11 Single-mode Optical Fiber .................................................................... 5-13
Figure 5-12 AISG Cable.......................................................................................... 5-13
Figure 5-13 Cabinet RF Jumper.............................................................................. 5-15

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Table 3-1 Description of the Interfaces on the Fan Subrack....................................... 3-4
Table 3-2 Description of the Indicators on the Fan Subrack....................................... 3-5
Table 3-3 Description of the Indicators on the PSU Subrack...................................... 3-6
Table 3-4 Description of the Interfaces on the LPU Panel.......................................... 3-8
Table 4-1 Interface Description.................................................................................. 4-3
Table 4-2 Description of the Button on the PM3 Panel .............................................. 4-3
Table 4-3 Description of the Buttons on the CC Panel ............................................... 4-5
Table 4-4 Description of the Interfaces on the CC Panel ........................................... 4-5
Table 4-5 Description of the Buttons on the UBPG1 or UBPG2 Panel ....................... 4-7
Table 4-6 Description of the Interface on the UBPG2 Panel ...................................... 4-7
Table 4-7 Description of the Button on the BPC Panel .............................................. 4-9
Table 4-8 Description of the Interfaces on the UES Panel ....................................... 4-11
Table 4-9 Description of the Interface on the FS Panel............................................ 4-13
Table 4-10 Description of the Interfaces on the SA/SE Panel .................................. 4-15
Table 4-11 Dry-contact Impedance Description ....................................................... 4-15
Table 4-12 Description of the SA/SE Jumper Setting............................................... 4-16
Table 4-13 Default Jumper Settings ........................................................................ 4-17
Table 4-14 Description of the Button on the TAM Panel........................................... 4-19
Table 4-15 Description of the Interfaces on the TAM Panel ..................................... 4-19
Table 4-16 Description of the Interfaces and Button on the RSU40 U216
Panel ..................................................................................................... 4-21
Table 4-17 RSU40 U216 Indices ............................................................................. 4-22
Table 4-18 Description of the Interfaces on the RSU60E......................................... 4-23
Table 4-19 RSU60E Indices .................................................................................... 4-24
Table 4-20 Description of the Interfaces on the RSU60E......................................... 4-25
Table 4-21 RSU82 Indices ...................................................................................... 4-26
Table 5-1 Description of the Cables Installed on Site................................................. 5-1
Table 5-2 Wiring Description of the AC Input Cable................................................... 5-3
Table 5-3 Wiring Description of DC power cable ....................................................... 5-4
Table 5-4 Wiring Description of the RSU DC Input Cable .......................................... 5-4
Table 5-5 Pin Description of 75 Ω E1 Cable Supporting 8 E1s................................... 5-6
Table 5-6 Pin Description of 75Ω E1 Cable Supporting 4 E1s.................................... 5-7

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Table 5-7 Pin Description of the 120 Ω E1 Cable....................................................... 5-8


Table 5-8 Cable Color at End B................................................................................. 5-9
Table 5-9 Pin Description of the 100 Ω T1 Cable..................................................... 5-10
Table 5-10 Cable Color at End B............................................................................. 5-10
Table 5-11 Pin Description of Straight-through Network Cable ................................ 5-12
Table 5-12 Pin Description of Crossed Network Cable ............................................ 5-12
Table 5-13 Pin and Signal Description of the AISG Cable ....................................... 5-14
Table A-1 Description of the Indicators on the PM Panel ...........................................A-1
Table A-2 Description of the Indicators on the CC Panel ...........................................A-2
Table A-3 Description of the Indicators on the UBPG Panel ......................................A-4
Table A-4 Description of the Indicators on the BPC Panel .........................................A-5
Table A-5 Description of the Indicators on the FS Panel............................................A-6
Table A-6 Description of the Indicators on the SA Panel...........................................A-6
Table A-7 Description of the Indicators on the SE Panel............................................A-7
Table A-8 Description of the Indicators on the FA Panel ............................................A-7
Table A-9 Description of the Indicators on the TAM Panel .........................................A-7
Table A-10 Description of the Indicators on the UES Panel .......................................A-8
Table A-11 Description of the Indicators on the RSU Panel .......................................A-8

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Glossary
AISG
- Antenna Interface Standards Group
APM
- AC Protection Module
BBU
- BaseBand Unit
BITS
- Building Integrated Timing Supply
BPC
- Baseband Processing Board Type C
BSC
- Base Station Controller
CC
- Control and Clock Module
DPM
- DC Protection Module

EMMC
- Enhanced MMC

FA
- Fan Array
FCE
- Fan Control Element
FS
- Fabric Switch Module
GE
- Gigabit Ethernet
GPS
- Global Positioning System
GSM
- Global System for Mobile Communications

GTP
- GPRS Tunneling Protocol
GU
- GSM/UMTS Dual Mode
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I/Q
- In-phase/Quadrature
LMT
- Local Maintenance Terminal
LPU
- Line Lightning Protection Unit
MMC
- Module Management Controller
PM
- Power Module
PSU
- Power System Unit
RET
- Remote Electrical Tilt
RF
- Radio Frequency

RNC
- Radio Network Controller
RRU
- Remote Radio Unit
RSU
- RF System Unit
SA
- Site Alarm
SE
- Site Alarm Extender
TMA
- Tower Mounted Amplifier

UBPG
- Universal Baseband Processing Board for GSM
UE
- User Equipment
UMTS
- Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
WCDMA
- Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

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