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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description AIR 5121 Description 93/1551-LZA 701 6001/1 Uen H

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

AIR 5121

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description AIR 5121 Description 93/1551-LZA 701 6001/1 Uen H

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Copyright

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Contents

Contents

Contents Contents 1 Introduction 1 1 . 1 Warranty Seal 1 2 Product Overview 2 2

1

Introduction

1

1.1

Warranty Seal

1

2

Product Overview

2

2.1

Main Features

3

2.2

Required Installation Equipment

3

3

Technical Data

5

3.1

Physical Characteristics

5

3.2

Installation Requirements

6

3.3

Installation Alternatives

8

3.4

Space Requirements

10

3.5

Environmental Characteristics

11

3.6

Power Supply Characteristics

12

3.7

System Characteristics

13

3.8

Spare Parts

15

4

Hardware Architecture

16

4.1

AIR Unit Parts

16

4.2

Optical Indicators

17

5

Connection Interfaces

18

5.1

Grounding Interface

19

5.2

100-250 V AC Power Interface

19

5.3

Interface for Optical Cable to Radio Unit

20

5.4

Optical Indicators

20

6

Standards and Regulations

21

6.1

Regulatory Approval

21

6.2

Other Standards and Regulations

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Introduction

1

Introduction

This document describes the AIR 5121 unit.

1.1 Warranty Seal

The product is equipped with a warranty seal sticker.

Note:

Seals that have been implemented by Ericsson must not be broken or removed, as it otherwise voids warranty.

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by Ericsson must not be broken or removed, as it otherwise voids warranty. 93/1551-LZA 701 6001/1

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description 2 Product Overview AIR 5121 is an AAS radio within

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

2 Product Overview AIR 5121 is an AAS radio within ERS. It is intended to
2
Product Overview
AIR 5121 is an AAS radio within ERS. It is intended to be used for fi wireless
access and mobile broad band service.
AIR 5121 is designed for outdoor installations on a pole or wall.
The antenna part is fully integrated with the radio. AIR 5121 is connected to a
baseband unit located in an RBS through two fib optic interface cables,
providing digital transmission and control of AIR 5121.
AIR 5121 operates over the 28 GHz frequency band providing high capacity with
large carrier bandwidths and low latency.
A typical c fig is shown below.
AIR Unit
Pole Installation
AIR Unit
Wall Installation
Fiber Optical Cable
Baseband
Ge12815D
Figure 1
AIR Unit Connected to Baseband
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2.1 Main Features

Product Overview

2.1 Main Features Product Overview It has support for massive MIMO with high-order spatial multiplexing and

It has support for massive MIMO with high-order spatial multiplexing and either single or multi-user MIMO c fig

AIR 5121 provides:

Carrier bandwidth 100 MHz

Vertical and horizontal analog beamforming (+/- 60 degrees in azimuth and +/- 15 degrees elevation)

Support for 8 beams simultaneously

Low latency

Low inter-cell interference

CPRI communication - 2 CPRI at 10.1 Gbps

Note:

4.9 Gbps and 9.8 Gbps CPRI modes are not supported.

2.2 Required Installation Equipment

Table 1

Mounting Kit

Mounting Kit

Product Name

Product Number

Swivel mounting kit

Wall and Pole clamp no tilt with azimuth

SXK 109 2015/1

Tilt and swivel mounting kit

Wall and Pole clamp with tilt and azimuth

SXK 109 2016/1

For more information, see Main-Remote Installation Products Overview.

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description N o t e : Adhere to the following for

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

Note:

Adhere to the following for safety and operation reasons: The mechanical design of the AIR Unit is based on environmental conditions that are equal to or exceeding class 4.1 as c fi in EN 300 019-1-4 and GR-3178-CORE and thereby respects the static mechanical load imposed on an AIR Unit by wind at maximum velocity. Wind loads in this document are calculated with reference to wind pressure. For more accurate results, the c fic terrain information for relevant sites and geographical area where the AIR Unit will be installed must be carefully analyzed, considered, and calculated according to EN 1991-1-4.

Pole clamps, brackets, mounting accessories and other installation material or equipment c fi by Ericsson in the AIR Unit product information documentation must be used and Ericsson installation instructions be complied with. In addition, it must be observed that c fic environmental conditions that the AIR Unit becomes exposed to, such as icing, heat, dust, dynamic stress (for example, strain caused by oscillating support structures) or other environmental conditions that exceed or otherwise deviate from the Environmental Characteristics on page 11, can result in the breakage of an AIR Unit or its mounting accessories and even cause the AIR Unit to fall to the ground.

These facts, information, and circumstances must be considered and properly taken into account during the site planning process and adhered to for installation and operation of the AIR Unit. Ericsson expressly disclaims any responsibility or liability arising out of failures in this regard.

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3 Technical Data

Table 2

Technical Data

Technical Data

3 Technical Data Table 2 Technical Data Technical Data Description Value Frequency Band 257A (27500–28350 MHz)

Description

Value

Frequency

Band 257A (27500–28350 MHz)

Number of carriers

up to 8

Operating Bandwidth

400

MHz

Component Carrier Bandwidth

100

MHz

Carrier Aggregation

Up to 4 Component Carrier (CC), contiguous and non-contiguous CA support

EIRP

46

dBm per RF beam in boresight, 8 RF beams in

total per radio (horizontal + vertical)

55

dBm total per radio

3.1 Physical Characteristics

A

Ge12705A

Figure 2

C B AIR 5121 Dimensions
C
B
AIR 5121 Dimensions

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description Table 3 AIR 5121 Dimensions Description Value Height (A) Excluding

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

Table 3

AIR 5121 Dimensions

Description

Value

Height (A)

Excluding handle: 604 mm

Including handle: 608 mm

Width (B)

300 mm

Depth (C)

Excluding handle: 91 mm

Including handle: 144 mm

Table 4

Weight

Description

Value

Weight

14 kg

3.2 Installation Requirements

This section describes the installation requirements for installing the AIR unit. For a complete installation description, see Install Antenna Integrated Radio Units.

The AIR unit is only for outdoor installation, and it can be installed either on a pole, on a mast, or on a tower.

3.2.1 Outdoor Installation Environments to Avoid

The AIR unit is designed for outdoor use but to ensure optimal operation, avoid the following:

Hot microclimates caused by, for example, heat radiated or fl c from dark or metallic walls or fl

Chimney mouths or ventilation system outlets

Large glass or concrete surfaces

Avoid radio interference by keeping the area directly in front of the antenna clear of the following:

Metal surfaces or objects such as railings, ladders, or chains

Equipment generating electromagnetic fi for example, electric motors in air conditioners or diesel generators

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RBS equipment

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Technical Data

Technical Data Ensure as much line of sight as possible. Do not place the AIR unit

Ensure as much line of sight as possible. Do not place the AIR unit so that objects such as buildings, trees and moving vehicles can interrupt the beam between the AIR unit and the customer premises equipment.

AIR Directional beams No interfering objects in front of the unit! Ge13022B
AIR
Directional beams
No interfering objects
in front of the unit!
Ge13022B

3.2.2 Painting Disclaimer

Ericsson recommends to not paint the product as it can affect performance of the product.

Ericsson applies limitations to the warranty and service contract if the product is painted.

If the product is painted, the following commercial limitations apply:

— Failure modes directly related to overheating because of painting are not valid for repair within the scope of the warranty or standard service contract.

— Product failures related to paint contamination of components of the unit are not valid for repair within the scope of warranty or standard service contract.

— When a painted unit is repaired, it might be restored to the standard color before being returned to the market. It is not possible to guarantee that the same unit is sent back to the same place. This is also valid for units repaired under a service contract.

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description — For repairs within the warranty period or a standard

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

— For repairs within the warranty period or a standard service contract, the customer is charged the additional costs for replacing all painted parts of the unit or the complete unit.

If adaptations are required, contact Ericsson for information.

3.3 Installation Alternatives

A
A
A B C D Ge12695D
B
B
C
C
D Ge12695D
D
Ge12695D

Figure 3

Installation Method Alternatives

Table 5

Key to Installation Alternatives

Installation Method

Description

A

Pole installation (pole with circular, square, or 90° angle cross section)

B

Wall installation with pole (pole with circular, square, or 90° angle cross section)

C

Wall installation

D

Utility pole installation (1)(2)

(1) Steel bands for utility pole installations must be supplied locally. (2) The strength and size of the steel bands used must be based on local requirements and environmental factors.

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Table 6

Pole Mounting Range

Technical Data

Table 6 Pole Mounting Range Technical Data Pole Circular Cross Square Cross 90° Angle Cross Section

Pole

Circular Cross

Square Cross

90° Angle Cross Section

Section

Section

Minimum

Ø76 mm

50

x 50 mm

50

x 50 mm

Maximum

Ø114 mm

80

x 80 mm

80

x 80 mm

1 2 3 30 ° ~ 0 ° 30 ° ~ 0 ° 30 °
1
2
3
30 ° ~ 0 °
30 ° ~ 0 °
30 °
30 °
0 °
Ge12696E
Figure 4
Tilt and Swivel Angle

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description 3.4 Space Requirements The AIR unit is installed with the

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

3.4 Space Requirements

The AIR unit is installed with the cable connections facing down. Allow a minimum of 0.5 m free space below the AIR unit to ensure ffic working space.

Table 7

Space Requirement for Adequate fl w Between AIR Units

Free Space Required Between AIR Units Installed Above Each Other

1.0 m

3.4.1

Installation

>1000

Unit of measurement: mm

Front View

>1000 Unit of measurement: mm Front View >1500 Ge12986B
>1500
>1500
>1000 Unit of measurement: mm Front View >1500 Ge12986B

Ge12986B

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Technical Data

Technical Data 3.5 Environmental Characteristics This section contains operating environment data for the AIR unit. 3.5.1

3.5 Environmental Characteristics

This section contains operating environment data for the AIR unit.

3.5.1 Operating Environment

The following are the values for the normal operating environment of the radio:

Temperature

−40 to +55°C

Solar radiation

≤ 1,120 W/m²

Relative humidity

5% to 100%

Absolute humidity

0.26 to 40 g/m 3

Maximum temperature change

1.0°C/min

Maximum wind load at 42 m/s (Pole installed AIR unit)

260 N (front)

3.5.2 Vibration

This section describes how the AIR unit tolerates vibrations. The AIR unit operates reliably during seismic activity as c fi by test method IEC 60068-2-57 Ff.

Maximum level of RRS

50 m/s 2 within 2–5 Hz for DR=2%

Frequency range

1–35 Hz

Time history signal

Verteq II

The AIR unit operates reliably during random vibration as c fi by test method IEC 60068-2-64 Fh method 1.

Random vibration, normal operation

0.3 m 2 /s 3 on x,y-axes

0.2 m 2 /s 3 on z-axis

The AIR unit operates reliably during shock as c fi by test method IEC 60068-2-27 Ea.

Peak acceleration

Duration

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40 m/s 2

22 ms

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description 3.5.3 Materials All Ericsson products f fi the legal, market,

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

3.5.3 Materials

All Ericsson products f fi the legal, market, and Ericsson requirements regarding the following:

Material declaration

Materials' fi resistance, components, wires, and cables

Recycling

Restricted and banned material use

3.6 Power Supply Characteristics

This section describes the power supply requirements, power consumption, and fuse and circuit breaker recommendations for the AIR unit.

3.6.1 AC Power Characteristics

Table 8

Radio AC Power Supply Requirements

Conditions

Values and Ranges

Normal Voltage

100–250 V

Range Tolerance Range

85–275 V AC

Connection

Line-neutral, line-line

Frequency range

50–60 Hz

Voltage harmonics

<

10% at full load (1)

Shut-off allowance

At undervoltage or overvoltage

Inrush current peak

 

< 10 A

Inrush current duration

< 100 ms

AC system

TN, TT and IT

(1) Must comply with IEC 61000-3-2

Fuse and Circuit Breaker Recommendations

The recommended fuse and circuit breaker rating is minimum 6 A and maximum 16 A.

The recommendations given in this section are based on peak power consumption, and they give no information on power consumption during normal operation.

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Technical Data

Technical Data The recommended melting fuse type is am-gL-gG, according to IEC 60269-1. Circuit breakers must

The recommended melting fuse type is am-gL-gG, according to IEC 60269-1. Circuit breakers must comply with at least Curve 3 tripping characteristics, according to IEC 60947-2.

When the radio connected Line-Line a 2-pole circuit breaker or dual fuses are required for interruption of both lines. This is also valid when the radio is used in an IT system.

3.6.2 Power Consumption

Table 9

Power Consumption

 

Radio

Typical Power

Data Source

consumption

KRD 901 059/1

205 W

Production data

3.7 System Characteristics

This section describes the system characteristics of the AIR.

3.7.1 RF Electromagnetic Exposure for RBS 6000

For general information on RF Electromagnetic Fields for AIR units connected to an RBS from the 6000 family, see Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields.

For information about radio cc c fic compliance boundaries for electromagnetic exposure, see Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Exposure.

3.7.2 Software Support

Table 10

Software Support

Product Name

Prod No.

Dup Mod

NR

AIR 5121 B257A

KRD 901 059/1

TDD

VTF

3.7.3

fig NR with one Baseband 5216, see the table.

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description Table 11 NR fig with One Baseband 5216   DBB

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

Table 11

NR fig with One Baseband 5216

 

DBB

RBB

From SW Release

DBB 10_81

RBB 88_1C

18.Q1

DBB 10_81

RBB 88_2C

18.Q1

For more information regarding DBB 10_81, see RBS fig .

3.7.3.1 RBB 88_1C

RBB 88_1C is used for 2TX/2RX deployments with analog directional beams.

Each two pairs of consecutive TX/RX are connected to one PAAM, consisting of

64 dual polarized antenna elements. Each 2TX/2RX deployments is done per a

single PAAM.

Ge13710

RI Port RF Port AIR Unit 1: TX A / RX A Data 1 RF
RI Port
RF Port
AIR Unit
1: TX A / RX A
Data 1
RF A
Node 1
PAAM #0
2: TX B / RX B
RF B
3: TX C / RX C
RF C
PAAM #1
4: TX D / RX D
RF D
AIR 1
5: TX E / RX E
RF E
PAAM #2
6: TX F / RX F
RF F
7: TX G / RX G
Node 2 or
RF G
Data 2
PAAM #3
8: TX H / RX H
cascade
RF H
HW unit including ABB
Figure 5
RBB 88_1C Block Diagram
3.7.3.2
RBB 88_2C

RBB 88_2C is used for 2TX/2RX deployments with analog directional beams.

Each two pairs of consecutive TX/RX are connected to one PAAM, consisting of

64 dual polarized antenna elements. Each 2TX/2RX deployments is done per a

single PAAM.

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Technical Data

Technical Data Node 1 RI Port   RF Port     AIR Unit   Data 1

Node 1

RI Port

 

RF Port

   

AIR Unit

 
Data 1 RF A     AIR 1 Data 2
Data 1 RF A     AIR 1 Data 2

Data 1

RF A

 
 
Data 1 RF A     AIR 1 Data 2

AIR 1

Data 2

AIR 1 Data 2

1: TX A / RX A

2: TX B / RX B

3: TX C / RX C

4: TX D / RX D

5: TX E / RX E

6: TX F / RX F

7: TX G / RX G

     

8: TX H / RX H

 
E 6: TX F / RX F 7: TX G / RX G      

HW unit including ABB

Ge13711B

Figure 6

RBB 88_2C Block Diagram

3.8 Spare Parts

Table 12

Spare Part Data

Product No.

Sales Object

Function Designation

SPC

Unit Type

ESH

KRD 901

SP-KRD901059/1

AIR 5121 B257A; Radio Unit

R

Radio

RP

059/1

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description 4 Hardware Architecture This section describes the AIR unit hardware

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

4 Hardware Architecture

This section describes the AIR unit hardware structure regardless of

c

fig or frequency. For a description of the currently available radio

c

fig see RBS fig .

4.1 AIR Unit Parts

B B C A D D E Ge12706B
B
B
C
A
D
D
E
Ge12706B

Figure 7

AIR Unit Parts

Table 13

AIR Unit Parts

Position

Component

A

Radome

B

Upper mounting bracket

C

Cooling fi

D

Lower mounting bracket

E

Connection interfaces and optical indicators

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4.2 Optical Indicators

Hardware Architecture

4.2 Optical Indicators Hardware Architecture The AIR unit is equipped with optical indicators that show the

The AIR unit is equipped with optical indicators that show the system status.

For detailed information about the optical indicators, see Indicators, Buttons, and Switches.

Note:

The AIR unit has no maintenance button.

1 2 1 2 D A B C Ge12707B
1
2
1
2
D
A B
C
Ge12707B

Table 14

Figure 8

Optical Indicators

Optical Indicators

Position

Marking

 

Indicator

Color

Mode

Interpretation

A

 

Fault

Red

Off

No fault detected in unit

On

Fault detected in unit

B

OperationalB   Green Off No power

 

Green

Off

No power

On

Operational

Flashing Slowly

Missing dependent resource

(0.5 Hz)

Flickering (16 Hz)

Transitory activity

Double fl g Off

Loading in progress No ongoing ffic

Double fl g On

Loading in progress ffic is ongoing

C

MaintenanceC   Blue Off No ongoing maintenance activity ffic is ongoing

 

Blue

Off

No ongoing maintenance activity ffic is ongoing

On

Maintenance mode All ffic and alarms are suppressed

Flashing Slowly

Maintenance mode is initiated When ffic and alarms are removed, the indicator switches to On

(0.5 Hz)

D

1,D 2 Interface Green Off Disconnected

D 1, 2 Interface Green Off Disconnected

2

Interface

Green

Off

Disconnected

 

On

Connected

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description 5 Connection Interfaces Table 15 Ge12703C A B C D

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

5 Connection Interfaces

Table 15

Ge12703C

A B C D E F 1 2 Figure 9 AIR Unit Connection Interfaces
A
B
C
D
E
F
1
2
Figure 9
AIR Unit Connection Interfaces

AIR Unit Connection Interfaces

Position

Description

Marking

 

Connector

Connection Illustration

 

Types

A

Grounding point

A Grounding point 2 x M6 bolt

2 x M6 bolt

A Grounding point 2 x M6 bolt

B

100-250 V AC power supply

B 100-250 V AC power supply   Power connector
 

Power connector

B 100-250 V AC power supply   Power connector

C

External alarm interface

C External alarm interface   DIN connector, 14 pin
 

DIN connector, 14 pin

C External alarm interface   DIN connector, 14 pin

D

Optical indicators

 
, ,
,
,
D Optical indicators   , , – –

1, 2  

1,

2

2

 

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Connection Interfaces

Connection Interfaces Position Description Marking Connector Connection Illustration Types E

Position

Description

Marking

Connector

Connection Illustration

Types

E

Optical cable 1

E Optical cable 1 1 LC (On SFP) with support for FullAXS

1

LC (On SFP) with support for FullAXS

E Optical cable 1 1 LC (On SFP) with support for FullAXS

F

Optical cable 2

F Optical cable 2 2

2

 
 

5.1 Grounding Interface

The AIR unit must be grounded to protect it from overvoltage and lightning strikes. The grounding interface on the AIR unit accepts an M6 dual cable lug on a coated cable.

For more information about grounding principles, see Grounding Guidelines for RBS Sites.

5.2 100-250 V AC Power Interface

The AC power connection is made through a connector.

Table 16

AC Power Connector

Conditions

Values and Ranges

Cable outer diameter

6

to 18 mm

Terminal size

1.5

to 4.0 mm 2

Shield

4.0

to 6.0 mm 2

Table 17

Minimum AC Power Supply Cable

Cable Length

Cross-Sectional Area of Each Conductor

≤ 100 m

3

x 1.5 mm 2 + shield 4 mm 2

The power cable has a wire for Line (L), a wire for Line/Neutral (L/N), and a wire for Protective Earth (PE) conductors. The wire color code for wires is market dependent.

All cables must be shielded. The shield must be folded back over the outer jacket of the cable and properly connected to the radio chassis, otherwise the radio overvoltage does not function properly.

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description The AC cable temperature rating must be at least 70

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

The AC cable temperature rating must be at least 70 °C.

5.3 Interface for Optical Cable to Radio Unit

The optical cable interfaces provide connections to optical cables for ffic and timing signals between the AIR and external unit. An SFP is used to connect the optical cable to the AIR.

The AIR uses SFP modules for optical transmission and optical radio interfaces.

Only use SFP modules approved and supplied by Ericsson. These modules f fi the following:

Compliance with Class 1 laser product safety requirements fi in standard IEC 60825-1.

fic according to general safety requirements fi in standard IEC 62368-1.

Functional and performance v fi to comply with RBS c fic

Recommended SFP modules are obtained from the product packages for the RBS and the Main Remote Installation products. For more information, see Spare Parts Catalog and Main-Remote Installation Products Overview.

5.4 Optical Indicators

Optical indicators show the system status. For more information about the optical indicators, see Indicators, Buttons, and Switches.

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Standards and Regulations

Standards and Regulations 6 Standards and Regulations 6.1 Regulatory Approval 6.1.1 Safety Standards Compliance In

6 Standards and Regulations

6.1 Regulatory Approval

6.1.1 Safety Standards Compliance

In accordance with market requirements, the Radio complies with the following product safety standards and directives:

North America

FCC CFR 47 Part 1.1310

UL 62368-1

6.1.1.1 Outdoor c fic requirements

The Radio complies with the following outdoor c fic requirements:

North America

UL 50E (Type 3 enclosure)

UL 60950-22

6.1.2 EMC Standards Compliance

The Radio complies with the following Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards:

North America

FCC CFR 47 Part 15 B

6.1.3 Radio Standards Compliance

The Radio complies with the following radio standards:

North America

FCC CFR 47 Part 2 (USA)

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description — FCC CFR 47 Part 30 (USA) 6.1.4 Marking To

Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description

FCC CFR 47 Part 30 (USA)

6.1.4 Marking

To show compliance with legal requirements, the product is marked with the following labels:

North America

usETL/cETL

FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Statement

FCC ID (located on AIR)

6.2 Other Standards and Regulations

The standards and regulations in this section are not regulatory approved.

6.2.1 Spare Parts

The product adheres to the Ericsson Serviceability and Spare Part Strategy.

6.2.2 Surface Quality

The surface quality of the AIR units is according to Ericsson standard class A3.

6.2.3 Vandal Resistance

Unauthorized access is not possible without damaging the unit.

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