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Basics  1RBS = 3BTS (BTS covers 1 sector cell)  1RBS can handle up

Basics

1RBS = 3BTS (BTS covers 1 sector cell)

1RBS can handle up to 12 TRXs (1TRX means 1 frequency)

An MO is a logical representation of HW unit and SW of the BTS in the BSC

In most cases one TG handles one RBS

One TG can consist of up to 16 frequencies

TRU (RBS2000) stands for transceiver group, 1 TRU handles one frequency, which consist of 8 timeslots, each timeslot needs 16kbps bandwidth

AXE BSC :

RL… commands used for cell handling

RX… commands used for managed object handling

Managed objects Block Diagram DP CF TF RX TRXC 0 TX TS 0 TS 8

Managed objects Block Diagram

DP CF TF RX TRXC 0 TX TS 0 TS 8 TS 7 ( UP
DP
CF
TF
RX
TRXC
0
TX
TS
0
TS
8
TS
7
( UP TO 16 TRXCs)
IS
RX
TRXC
15
TX
TS
0
TS
8
TS
7
CON

Managed object block diagram RBS2000 (G12)

1.Transceiver Group (TG) 2.Central Function (CF) 3.Digital Path (DP) 4.Concentrator (CON) 5.Transceiver Controller (TRX) 6.Transmitter (TX) 7.Receiver (RX) 8.Interface Switch (IS) 9.Timing Function (TF) 10.Time Slots (TS)

(RX) 8. Interface Switch (IS) 9. Timing Function (TF) 10. Time Slots (TS) Managed object block

Managed object block diagram RBS200 (G01)

RBS 2000 family

RBS 2000 family

RBS 2000 family
RBS 2206 Hardware overview
RBS 2206 Hardware overview
DXU-21 Distribution Switch Unit  DXU  Central control unit for RBS  Flashcard makes

DXU-21 Distribution Switch Unit

DXU-21 Distribution Switch Unit  DXU  Central control unit for RBS  Flashcard makes it

DXU

Central control unit for RBS

Flashcard makes it possible to change a faulty DXU card, without the need for loading RBS software from the BSC

OMT is the RBS configuration tool. All the RBS configuration data and the software stored in flash memory card (size: 32Mb). Configuration file: ldb.dbb.

Distribution Switch Unit Functions

CF Central Function: the control part of a TG. The BSC communicates with the CF using layer 2 LAPD, address: TEI = 62.

CON LAPD concentration for RBS 2000.

IS Interworking Switch: system interface to the 2 Mbit/s link, connects time slots to transceivers.

TF Timing Function, synchronization with PCM link and generates a timing reference for the RBS.

DP Digital Path, Layer 1, each of the PCM systems terminating in TG has an associated supervision object, the DP.

dTRU – double Transceiver Unit  Contains 2 TRXs for transmission and reception of carriers.

dTRU – double Transceiver Unit

dTRU – double Transceiver Unit  Contains 2 TRXs for transmission and reception of carriers. 

Contains 2 TRXs for transmission and reception of carriers.

built-in combiner with the possibility of combining two TX signals into one output.

Prepared for RX diversity

dTRU - Transceiver Unit functions

TRXC The transceiver controller is controlling all the functions for signal processing, Radio receiving and Radio Transmitting.

receiver

functionality for one transceiver.

RX

The

provides

the

radio

frequency

reception

TX The transmitter provides the radio frequency transmission functionality on a time slot basis for eight TSs using different time slot numbers.

CDU & CXU  Combiners (CDU)  Interface between the transceivers (TRU) and the antenna

CDU & CXU

CDU & CXU  Combiners (CDU)  Interface between the transceivers (TRU) and the antenna system.

Combiners (CDU)

Interface between the transceivers (TRU) and the antenna system.

Signals are filtered before transmission and after reception with bandpass filters.

RBS 2206 maximum 3 CDU

CDU-F used for high capacity solutions (Baseband hopping)

CDU-G is the most common used, it can be configured either for high capacity or high coverage. It supports synthesizer hopping

Configuration Switch Unit (CXU)

Distributes the RX signal from CDU to dTRUs

Built up SW controlled switches

Makes it possible to reconfigure a cabinet without cable moving

Other Hardware Units  Standard HW units  ACCU-01: AC connection unit  DCCU: DC

Other Hardware Units

Standard HW units

ACCU-01: AC connection unit

DCCU: DC Connection unit

FCU: Fan Control Unit

IDM Distributes the internal 24V+ DC power to all other units

PSU Power Supply unit

DC filter

Battery Fuse unit (outdoor cabinets)

Climate unit

EPC bus: optical cable bus, for alarm signaling

Optional HW units

ASU (Antenna Sharing unit) is for co-siting, when other cabinet used together with the RBS 2206 in the same sector

BBS battery backup system from external cabinet

ddTMA improves the receiver sensitivity, duplexing the RX and TX signals to the same feeder cable. Power supply provided for TMA by bias injector.

DF: over voltage protector for external alarm cables

ESB is used for TG synchronization to expand one RBS cabinet with another RBS in the same cell

HCU contains 3 hybrid combiners. Each hybrid combines 2 RF signals, delivered from 2dTRU into one

Battery backup, DC/DC converter, DC filter, Smoke detector, Transport module

RBS 2206 configurations with CDU-G

RBS 2206 configurations with CDU-G

RBS 2206 configurations with CDU-G
TG sync & Cascade mode  TG sync : More than 1 cabinet in one

TG sync & Cascade mode

TG sync: More than 1 cabinet in one cell

Master / Slave mode used (RXMOI: TFMODE parameter)

TFCOMPPOS is the distribution delay between the master and slave TG , value depends on the cablelenght. OMT able to calculate.

Cascade mode used when only 1 PCM available for 2 RBSs

 

1 PCM

2 PCMs no

Cascade

cascade mode

mode

 

RBS0

RBS1

RBS0

RBS1

TFMODE

M

S

M

S

TEI

62

61

62

62

TFCOMPOSS

OMT

OMT

OMT

OMT

S M S TEI 62 61 62 62 TFCOMPOSS OMT OMT OMT OMT 2 RBS in

2 RBS in cascade mode with TG sync

Cell data definition  A cell can be internal or external .  External cells

Cell data definition

A cell can be internal or external.

External cells: certain data must be known in order to carry out a handover from a cell in its own BSC to a cell controlled by another BSC.

Useful cell handling commands:

RLDEI:CELL=cell, CSYSTYPE=[GSM900, GSM1800, GSM800, GSM1900], ext;

RLDEC: CELL=cell, CGI=cgi, BSIC=bsic, BCCHNO=bcchno, NEWNAME=newname, AGBLK=agblk, MFRMS=mfrms, BCCHTYPE=bcchtype, FNOFFSET=fnoffset, XRANGE=xrange;

Cell Power data configure, print: RLCPC, RLCPP

Cell Frequency and hopping data print: RLCFC, RLCHP

Channel group configuration, change RLDGI, RLCCC

Cell data print: RLDEP:CELL=xxxx;

Cell status: RLSTP:CELL=xxxx;

Cell Resource RLCRP:CELL=xxxx,DETAIL;

Cell removing: RLDEE:CELL=xxxx;

Cell neighbor relation print: RLNRP:CELL=xxxx,cellr=all,nodata;

BTS logical configuration RBS RXOTG-99 DXU (hw) RXODP-99-0 RXOTF-99 A-bis RXODP-99-1 RXOIS-99 RXOCON-99-0

BTS logical configuration

RBS RXOTG-99 DXU (hw) RXODP-99-0 RXOTF-99 A-bis RXODP-99-1 RXOIS-99 RXOCON-99-0 RXOCF-99 TG=Transceiver Group
RBS
RXOTG-99
DXU (hw)
RXODP-99-0
RXOTF-99
A-bis
RXODP-99-1
RXOIS-99
RXOCON-99-0
RXOCF-99
TG=Transceiver Group
CF=Central Function
IS=Interface Switch
TF=Timing Function
CON=Connector
DP=Digital Path
TRX = Transceiver
TX = Transmission
RX=Receiver
TS=Timeslot
TRU (hw)
TRU (hw)
RXOTRX-99
RXOTRX-99
RXOTX-99-0
RXOTX-99-1
RXORX-99-0
RXORX-99-1
RXOTS-99-0-0
RXOTS-99-1-0
RXOTS-99-0-1
RXOTS-99-1-1
RXOTS-99-0-2
RXOTS-99-1-2
RXOTS-99-0-3
RXOTS-99-1-3
RXOTS-99-0-4
RXOTS-99-1-4
RXOTS-99-0-5
RXOTS-99-1-5
RXOTS-99-0-6
RXOTS-99-1-6
RXOTS-99-0-7
RXOTS-99-1-7
Managed objects definition  RXMOI:MO=RXOTG-99,COMB=HYB,RSITE=MUCSAROCSOGE, SWVER=B4402R009V; 

Managed objects definition

RXMOI:MO=RXOTG-99,COMB=HYB,RSITE=MUCSAROCSOGE, SWVER=B4402R009V;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTG-99,FHOP=SY,TRACO=POOL;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTG-99,CONFACT=2,ABISALLOC=FLEXIBLE,CONFMD=MINDIST,AHOP=OFF;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTG-99,ABIS64KTHR=0;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTF-99,TFMODE=SA;

RXMOI:MO=RXOCF-99,TEI=62,SIG=CONC;

RXMOI:MO=RXOIS-99;

RXMOI:MO=RXOCON-99,DCP=64&&87;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-99-0,TEI=0,DCP1=178,DCP2=179&&186;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-99-0,CELL=41772A,SIG=CONC;

RXMOI:MO=RXORX-99-0,RXD=AB,BAND=GSM900;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTX-99-0,BAND=GSM900,MPWR=47;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTX-99-0,CELL=41772A;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-99-0-0&&-7;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-99-1,TEI=1,DCP1=187,DCP2=188&&195;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-99-1,CELL=41772A,SIG=CONC;

RXMOI:MO=RXORX-99-1,RXD=AB,BAND=GSM900;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTX-99-1,BAND=GSM900,MPWR=47;

RXMOC:MO=RXOTX-99-1,CELL=41772A;

RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-99-1-0&&-7;

Managed Objects States
Managed Objects States
Cell activation  1. Connect transmission  RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-1,DEV=RBLT3-33&&-63,DCP=1&&31; 

Cell activation

1. Connect transmission

RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-1,DEV=RBLT3-33&&-63,DCP=1&&31;

RXAPP:MO=RXOTG-1;

DTBLE:DIP=1RBL3;

BLODE:DEV=RBLT3-33&&-63;

2. Deblocking of managed objects

RXESI:MO=RXOTG-0, SUBORD;

(It can take a few minutes, especially when flash card is not pre-loaded with the BTS software)

RXBLE:MO=RXOTG-0, SUBORD;

3. Activate Cell

RLSTC:CELL=41772A,STATE=ACTIVE;

4. Check cell data

RXCDP:MO=RXOTG-1;

RLCRP:CELL=41772A;

RXMFP:MO=RXOTG-1,SUBORD,FAULTY;

Check cell resources  RLCRP:CELL=ALL; shows some cells are down: <RLCRP:CELL=ALL; CELL RESOURCES CELL BCCH

Check cell resources

RLCRP:CELL=ALL; shows some cells are down:

<RLCRP:CELL=ALL; CELL RESOURCES

CELL

BCCH CBCH SDCCH NOOFTCH

FUR138C

1

1

7

12- 24

FUR138B

1

1

7

14- 28

FUR138A

1

1

7

14- 28

GA4134C

0

0

0

0

GA4134B

0

0

0

0

GA4134A

0

0

0

0

FUR138A

1

1

7

14- 28

PSA135C

1

1

7

14- 28

PSA135B

1

1

7

14- 28

RLCRP:CELL=ALL; shows some cells are down.

RLCRP lists only cells in active state

Command can be used RLCRP:CELL=ALL,detailed; switch, for more information

When using this command for one cell detailed information will be printed automatically

Check alarms and find TG  An easy way to recognize a cell without all

Check alarms and find TG

An easy way to recognize a cell without all resources available to run ALLIP or

ALLIP:PRCA=43;

<allip:prca=43;

ALARM LIST

A2/APT "GABSC41_E000B00" 122 040329

CELL LOGICAL CHANNEL AVAILABILITY SUPERVISION

2152

CELL

SCTYPE CHTYPE CHRATE

SPV

GA4134C OL

TCH

FR

1

TCH

FR

2

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT FAULT MO

RSITE

ALARM SLOGAN

RXOCF-15

WILTON_HOSPITAL LOCAL MODE

END

Find out which TG is connected to the cell, use RXTCP:cell=GA4134C,moty=RXOTG;

<rxtcp:cell=GA4134c,Moty=rxotg;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION TG TO CHANNEL GROUP CONNECTION DATA

MO

CELL

CHGR

RXOTG-204

GA4134C

0

GA4134C

1

END

Re-activate the cell The workaround in this case to halt cell, block and take MOs

Re-activate the cell

The workaround in this case to halt cell, block and take MOs out of service, and then activate everything again.

Halt the cell (Cell restriction active alarm will present):

RLSTC: CELL=GA4134C,STATE=HALTED;

Block and take out of service MOs for TG:

RXBLI: MO=RXOTG-204,SUBORD,FORCE; RXESE: MO=RXOTG-204,SUBORD;

Take in service and deblock MOs for the TG:

RXESI: MO=RXOTG-204,SUBORD; (This command needs a few minutes to be executed) RXBLE: MO=RXOTG-204,SUBORD;

Activate cell:

RLSTC: CELL=GA4134C,STATE=ACTIVE;

Check resources <rlcrp:cell=GA4134C; CELL RESOURCES CELL BCCH CBCH SDCCH NOOFTCH   GA4134C 1

Check resources

<rlcrp:cell=GA4134C;

CELL RESOURCES

CELL

BCCH

CBCH SDCCH NOOFTCH

 

GA4134C

1

0

8

27- 54

CHGR

BPC

CHANNEL

CHRATE SPV

STATE

ICMBAND CHBAND 64K

0

6017

TCH-1794

FR

1,2,3 IDLE

1

800

NONE

 

TCH-11749

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

TCH-11748

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

.

.

.

 

959

TCH-2529

FR

1,2,3 BLOC

 

EGPRS

 

TCH-13219

HR

1,3

BLOC

TCH-13218

HR

1,3

BLOC

 

960

TCH-2530

FR

1,2,3 IDLE

1

800

EGPRS

 

TCH-13221

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

TCH-13220

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

 

961

TCH-2531

FR

1,2,3 IDLE

1

800

EGPRS

 

TCH-13223

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

TCH-13222

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

.

.

.

END

Check available resources for the alarmed cell with RLCRP:cell=GA4134C;

Verify BPC <rlbdp:cell=GA4134C; CELL CONFIGURATION BPC DATA CELL GA4134C CHGR NUMREQBPC NUMREQEGPRSBPC

Verify BPC

<rlbdp:cell=GA4134C;

CELL CONFIGURATION BPC DATA

CELL

GA4134C

CHGR

NUMREQBPC NUMREQEGPRSBPC NUMREQCS3CS4BPC TN7BCCH

0

8

0

0

GPRS

1

24

3

0

END

The number of BPC should be the same as the sum of the resources.

BPC = BCCH(1) + TCH (27) + SDCCH/8 (8/8) = 29 <> 32

CHGR: a group of frequencies handled in the same way within one cell. Channel group 0 contains the Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH)

1 BPC (Basic Physical Channel) means 1 timeslot in 1 carrier.

Check the configuration of the TG <rxcdp:mo=rxotg-204; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT CONFIGURATION

Check the configuration of the TG

<rxcdp:mo=rxotg-204;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT CONFIGURATION DATA

MO

RESULT

ARFCN MISMATCH

 

RXORX-204-0

CONFIG

HOP

NONE

RXORX-204-1

CONFIG

HOP

NONE

.

.

.

.

MO

RESULT

ARFCN TXAD

TN

BPC

CHCOMB

OFFS XRA

 

ICM

.

RXOTS-204-9-1

CONFIG

HOP

4

6

960

TCH

0

NO

ON

RXOTS-204-9-2

BLOCKED

RXOTS-204-9-3

BLOCKED

.

.

.

.

MO

RESULT

ARFCN TXAD

BSPWR C0F MISMATCH

RXOTX-204-0

CONFIG

206

2

45

YES NONE

RXOTX-204-1

CONFIG

HOP

9

45

NO

NONE

.

.

.

.

RXOTX-204-8

CONFIG

HOP

3

43

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-9

CONFIG

HOP

4

43

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-10

CONFIG

203

0

43

YES NONE

.

.

.

MO

RESULT

SBITS

N1

N3

N4

RXODP-204-0

CONFIG

320

INSUFFICIENT TRX EQUIPMENT

END

Check MO state <rxmsp:mo=rxotg-204,SUBORD;!status BTS! RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT STATUS MO

Check MO state

<rxmsp:mo=rxotg-204,SUBORD;!status BTS! RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT STATUS

MO

STATE BLSTATE

BLO

BLA

LMO

BTS

CONF

RXOTG-204

OPER

0000 0000

STA

RXOCF-204

OPER

0000 0000

STA

RXOTS-204-9-2

COM

MBL

0000

0202 0940

DIS

UNCONF

RXOTS-204-9-3

COM

MBL

0000

0202 0940

DIS

UNCONF

The command RXMSP with the parameters “SUBORD” give us the information about the status of all the MO in the TG. There are two Time slots (RXOTS-204-9-2 & RXOTS-204-9- 3) manually block.

BLSTA

TE

DESCRIPTION

BLL

Load in progress. The Managed Object may be blocked or in operation.

BLT

Blocked due to testing.

MBL

Manually blocked.

BLO

Automatically blocked.

BLA

Blocked due to activity needed.

Check E1 configuration <RXAPP:MO=RXOTG-204; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION ABIS PATH STATUS   MO RXOTG-204

Check E1 configuration

<RXAPP:MO=RXOTG-204;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION ABIS PATH STATUS

 

MO

RXOTG-204

 

DEV

DCP APUSAGE APSTATE

64K

TEI

RBLT3-2904

287 MPLEX16 SPEECH/DATA

NO

MPLEX16 SPEECH/DATA

NO

MPLEX16 SPEECH/DATA

NO

MPLEX16 SPEECH/DATA

NO

RBLT3-2920

303

CONC

TRXC SIGNAL

NO

0

1

2

 

3

RBLT3-2921

304

CONC

CF/TRXC SIGNAL

NO

62

4

5

 

6

7

RBLT3-2922

305 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-2923

306 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-2924

307 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-2925

308 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-2926

309 UNDEF

IDLE

YES

RBLT3-4896

1

CONC

TRXC SIGNAL

NO

8

9

10

 

11

RBLT3-4897

2

UNDEF

IDLE

NO

RBLT3-4898

3

UNDEF

IDLE

NO

RBLT3-4899

4

UNDEF

IDLE

NO

RBLT3-4900

5

UNDEF

IDLE

NO

RBLT3-4914

19 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-4915

20 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-4916

21 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

RBLT3-4917

22 UNCONC

SPEECH/DATA

YES

END

APUSAGE

DESCRIPTION

MPLEX16

voice

CONC

TRX/CF Signaling

UNCONC

IF 64K = YES then EDGE

UNDEF

Not defined. Not in service

APUSAGE

CONFIGURATION

MPLEX16

4 VOICE TS = 1 RBLT3

CONC

4 TRX = 1 RBLT3

UNCONC

1 EDGE TS = 1 RBLT3. General 9 per site (3 sectors site)

Check DIP state  In case when there is no traffic at all of the

Check DIP state

In case when there is no traffic at all of the cells connected to one site it might be transmission problem. Check which DIP is connected to the devices with NTCOP:SNT=ALL;

SNT

SNTV SNTP

DIP

DEV

SNTINL

ETM2-0

1 XM-0-0-2

0RBL3

RBLT3-0&&-31

0

21RBL3 RBLT3-672&&-703

1

42RBL3 RBLT3-1344&&-1375

2

3RBL3

RBLT3-96&&-127

3

24RBL3 RBLT3-768&&-799

4

… 51RBL3 RBLT3-1632&&-1663

11

12RBL3 RBLT3-384&&-415

12

33RBL3 RBLT3-1056&&-1087

13

11RBL3 RBLT3-2904&&-2935

14

12RBL3 RBLT3-4896&&-4927

15

Check state of the DIP with DTSTP:DIP=11RBL3&&12RBL3;

<dtstp:dip=11rbl2&12rbl2;

DIGITAL PATH STATE

DIP

TYPE

STATE LOOP TSLOTL DIPEND

FAULT

11RBL3

IEX

ABL

LOF

12RBL3

IEX

ABL

LOF

END

SECTION

LOF means Loss Of Frame, we have transmission problem in this case

Deblock blocked MO <rxble:mo=RXOTS-204-9-2; RXBLE:MO=RXOTS-204-9-2; <; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANUAL

Deblock blocked MO

<rxble:mo=RXOTS-204-9-2;

RXBLE:MO=RXOTS-204-9-2;

<; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANUAL DEBLOCKING OF MANAGED OBJECT COMMAND RESULT

MO

STATE RESULT

RXOTS-204-9-2

PREOP ORDERED

END

<

COMMAND SESSION SUSPENDED RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANUAL DEBLOCKING OF MANAGED OBJECT RESULT

MO

STATE RESULT

RXOTS-204-9-2

OPER

EXECUTED

END

<rxble:mo=RXOTS-204-9-3;

RXBLE:MO=RXOTS-204-9-3;

<; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANUAL DEBLOCKING OF MANAGED OBJECT COMMAND RESULT

MO

STATE RESULT

RXOTS-204-9-3

PREOP ORDERED

END

Use command RXBLE to deblock the manually blocked MO

Check the TG status again <rxcdp:mo=rxotg-204; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT CONFIGURATION DATA

Check the TG status again

<rxcdp:mo=rxotg-204;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION

MANAGED OBJECT CONFIGURATION DATA

MO

RESULT

ARFCN MISMATCH

 

RXORX-204-0

CONFIG

HOP

NONE

RXORX-204-11

CONFIG

HOP

NONE

MO

RESULT

ARFCN

TXAD

TN

BPC

CHCOMB

OFFS

XRA ICM

RXOTS-204-0-0

CONFIG

HOP

9

7

7176

TCH

0

NO

ON

RXOTS-204-9-2

CONFIG

203

0

3

1175 TCH

0

NO

ON

RXOTS-204-9-3

CONFIG

203

0

2

1174

TCH

0

NO

ON

RXOTS-204-11-7

CONFIG

HOP

4

2

6031

TCH

0

NO

ON

MO

RESULT

ARFCN

TXAD BSPWR C0F MISMATCH

 

RXOTX-204-0

CONFIG

206

2

45

YES NONE

 

RXOTX-204-1

CONFIG

HOP

9

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-2

CONFIG

HOP

10

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-3

CONFIG

HOP

11

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-4

CONFIG

200

1

45

YES NONE

 

RXOTX-204-5

CONFIG

HOP

6

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-6

CONFIG

HOP

7

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-7

CONFIG

HOP

8

45

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-8

CONFIG

HOP

3

43

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-9

CONFIG

HOP

4

43

NO

NONE

RXOTX-204-10

CONFIG

203

0

43

YES NONE

 

RXOTX-204-11

CONFIG

HOP

5

43

O

NONE

MO

RESULT

SBITS

N1

N3

N4

RXODP-204-0

CONFIG

320

MAIO EXCEEDS FREQUENCY SET SIZE END

Check cell resources again <rlcrp:cell=GA4134C; CELL RESOURCES CELL BCCH CBCH SDCCH NOOFTCH  

Check cell resources again

<rlcrp:cell=GA4134C;

CELL RESOURCES

CELL

BCCH

CBCH SDCCH NOOFTCH

 

GA4134C

1

0

8

29- 58

CHGR

BPC

CHANNEL

CHRATE SPV

STATE

ICMBAND CHBAND 64K

1

6031

TCH-1801

FR

1,2,3 BUSY

1

800

NONE

 

TCH-11763

HR

1,3

LOCK

1

800

TCH-11762

HR

1,3

LOCK

1

800

 

959

TCH-2529

FR

1,2,3 BLOC

 

EGPRS

 

TCH-13219

HR

1,3

BLOC

TCH-13218

HR

1,3

BLOC

 

960

TCH-2530

FR

1,2,3 BUSY

1

800

EGPRS

 

TCH-13221

HR

1,3

LOCK

1

800

TCH-13220

HR

1,3

LOCK

1

800

 

7309

TCH-275

FR

1,2,3 IDLE

1

800

NONE

 

TCH-8711

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

TCH-8710

HR

1,3

IDLE

1

800

END

We have 29 TCH for FR, it should be 30, something is still wrong. (We have 4 frequencies for the cell, 8 timeslot for each, this means 32 timeslots, but 1 is occupied by BCCH and an other one by SDCCH, so we have 30 TSs for TCH)

Bring on service the RBLT3 <RXAPP:MO=RXOTG-204; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION ABIS PATH STATUS MO RXOTG-204

Bring on service the RBLT3

<RXAPP:MO=RXOTG-204;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION ABIS PATH STATUS

MO

RXOTG-204

DEV

DCP APUSAGE APSTATE

64K

TEI

RBLT3-2926

309 UNDEF

IDLE

YES

BRING ON SERVICE

309 UNDEF IDLE YES … BRING ON SERVICE <BLODI:dev=RBLT3-2926; exdai:dev=RBLT3-2926;

<BLODI:dev=RBLT3-2926;

exdai:dev=RBLT3-2926;

EXDAI:DEV=RBLT3-2926;

<; EXECUTED

<BLODE:dev=RBLT3-2926;

Check frequency hopping settings <rlcfp:cell=GA4134C; CELL CONFIGURATION FREQUENCY DATA CELL 26112B CHGR SCTYPE

Check frequency hopping settings

<rlcfp:cell=GA4134C; CELL CONFIGURATION FREQUENCY DATA CELL 26112B CHGR SCTYPE SDCCH SDCCHAC TN CBCH HSN HOP
<rlcfp:cell=GA4134C;
CELL CONFIGURATION FREQUENCY DATA
CELL
26112B
CHGR SCTYPE
SDCCH
SDCCHAC
TN
CBCH
HSN
HOP
<rlchp:cell=GA4134C;
DCHNO
CELL CONFIGURATION FREQUENCY HOPPING DATA
CELL
0
1
0
1
NO
35
OFF
93
2
26112B
1
1
0
0
NO
35
ON
104
CHGR HSN HOP
MAIO
BCCD
1
105
0
35
OFF
DEFAULT
YES
106
1
35
ON
2
YES
107
8
108
14
109
20
110
END
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
END

We have 20 hopping frequencies, that's way the maximum for MAIO is 19

Frequency Hopping types  In baseband hopping each transmitter is assigned with a fixed frequency.

Frequency Hopping types

Frequency Hopping types  In baseband hopping each transmitter is assigned with a fixed frequency. 

In baseband hopping each transmitter is assigned with a fixed frequency.

At transmission all burst jumping from one transmitter to the other independently of the connection

The number of the frequencies can be used for hopping = The number of transmitters

Narrow-band combiners can handle 12 (16) transmitters.

 Narrow-band combiners can handle 12 (16) transmitters.  In synthesizer hopping one transmitter handles all

In synthesizer hopping one transmitter handles all frequencies belongs to the same connection

The number of frequencies can be used for hopping is independent from the number of transmitters

Each TRX is configured to hop over a large amount of frequencies (20 for example)

Frequency hopping definitions  Random hopping sequence - > pseudo-random sequence  63 independent sequences,

Frequency hopping definitions

Random hopping sequence - > pseudo-random sequence

63 independent sequences, parameter HSN specifies which sequence will be used

Length of sequence ~ 6 minutes

Each transceiver in the same channel group in the same cell will be assigned with the same HSN (they hop in the same way).

Avoid interference -> using an offset in the hopping sequence, called Mobil Allocation Index Offset (MAIO).

CHGR: a group of frequencies handled in the same way within one cell. Channel group 0 contains the Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH) and is automatically defined at cell definition.

 

f 1 , f 4 ,

f 4 ,

f 3 ,

f 1 ,

f

2 ,

f 4 , f 1 , f 3 , f 3 , f 2 ,

,

,

,

f 4 , f 3 ,

f 1 ,

f 4 , f 3 , f 1 , f 2 , f 4 , f

f 2 , f 4 ,

f 1 ,

f 3 , f 3 , f

2 , f 2 , f 1

,

,

f 1 , f 2 ,

f 4 ,

f 1 , f 2 , f 4 , f 1 ,

f 1 ,

f 3 , f

3 ,

f 2 , f 2 , f 1 ,

f 4 , f 3 ,

,

f 4 , f 1 , f 3 , f 3 , f 2

, f

2 , f 1 ,

f 4 , f 3 , f 1 , f 2 ,

Hopping sequences

BCCH: CHGR 0 TCH: CHGR 1 Frequency 104-123 MAIO: A=(0,2,4), B=(6,8,10), C=(12,14,16) HSN: A=10, B=10, C=10

A valid GSM900 configuration with 20 hopping frequencies

Check MO fault information rxmfp:mo=rxotg-2,subord,faulty; RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT FAULT

Check MO fault information

rxmfp:mo=rxotg-2,subord,faulty;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT FAULT INFORMATION

MO

BTSSWVER

RXOTF-2

ERA-G04-R08-V01

RU RUREVISION

0

RUPOSITION

RUSERIALNO

RULOGICALID

STATE BLSTATE INTERCNT CONCNT CONERRCNT LASTFLT OPER 00000

EXTERNAL FAULT CODES CLASS 2B

1

END

LFREASON

RXOTF external fault code class 2B means not useable PCM reference (see attached database)

RBS Software handling  Check loaded software with RXMOP:MOTY=RXOTG; <rxmop:mo=rxotg-204; RADIO X-CEIVER

RBS Software handling

Check loaded software with RXMOP:MOTY=RXOTG;

<rxmop:mo=rxotg-204;

RADIO X-CEIVER ADMINISTRATION MANAGED OBJECT DATA

MO

RSITE

AHOP COMB FHOP MODEL

RXOTG-21

MACETOWN_ESB

OFF

HYB

SY

G12

SWVERREPL

SWVERDLD

SWVERACT

 

B4402R009V

….

END

Download software to DXU with

RXMSC:MO=RXOTG-

204,SWVER=xxxxx;

Initiate SW change with

RXPLI:MO=RXOTG-204;

Download software to DXU with RXMSC:MO=RXOTG- 204,SWVER=xxxxx;  Initiate SW change with RXPLI:MO=RXOTG-204;
Summary  RBS: DXU, dTRU, CDU, CXU  Managed objects: TG → CF, CON, DP,

Summary

RBS: DXU, dTRU, CDU, CXU

Managed objects: TG → CF, CON, DP, TF → TRXC → TX, RX, → T

Managed object state: UNDEF, DEF, COM, PREOP (FAIL), OPER (NOOP)

Cell checking, and re-activation:

Check resources: RLCRP

Check connected TG: RXTCP

HALT Cell: RLSTC

Block MO: RXBLI (SUBORD, FORCE)

Take out service: RXESE (SUBORD)

Take in service: RXESI (SUBORD)

Deblock MO: RXBLE (SUBORD)

Activate Cell: RLSTC