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NOKIA FLEXI HOPPER (RRI)

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MOHIT KUMAR
INDEX
Introduction
Features
Nokia flexi hopper outdoor unit
Indoor unit
Installation procedure
Connector and cabling
Power supply
Technical specification
Power level
Antenna adjustment range









INTRODUCTION
A Nokia Flexi Hopper network element consists of an
indoor unit (IU) and an outdoor unit (OU).
The units are connected together with a single coaxial
cable, Flex bus.
The Flex bus cable can be up to 300 m long.
One unit, all capacities; one platform, all frequencies
Nokia Flexi Hopper Microwave Radios are available for the
7, 8, 13, 15, 18, 23,26, and 38 GHz frequency bands.
The radio transmission capacity of all Nokia Flexi Hopper
models is 2 x 2, 4 x 2, 8 x 2, or 16 x 2 Mbit/s.
This can be selected using the node manager without any
hardware changes.
RRIC is an indoor unit which fits directly into Nokia City talk
and Nokia Intra talk
base stations (BTS). RRIC provides up to 4 x 2 Mbit/s
add/drop capacity to the
base station transmission unit (TRUx) and up to 16 x 2Mbit/s
bypass capacity to
another RRIC unit. The 2 Mbit/s cross-connect function is
integrated into the RRIC indoor unit.
RRIC enables connection for two outdoor units and supports
hot standby.
Loop protection is available on the RRIC indoor unit together
with the TRUx base station transmission unit.

FXC RRI Nokia Metro Site GSM BTS, Nokia Metro Hub, and
Nokia Ultra Site EDGE BTS indoor unit
FXC RRI is an indoor unit which can be installed in Nokia
Metro Site GSM Base Station, Nokia Metro Hub Transmission
Node, or Nokia Ultra Site EDGE Base Station.
FXC RRI enables connection to two outdoor units, supports
loop protection, and also provides grooming with 8 k bit/s
granularity.
The add/drop capacity is 16 x 2 Mbit/s.
Nokia Flexi Hopper Microwave Radios have many
advanced features in addition to all the essential
microwave radio features.
FEATURES
Flex bus single cable interconnections
INDOOR UNIT
To install indoor unit inside the shelter.
Install the indoor unit in transmission rack.
NOKIA FLEXI HOPPER OUTDOOR UNIT
NOKIA FLEXI HOPPER OUTDOOR UNIT
The Nokia Flexi Hopper OU is used together with an antenna
and an alignment unit.

INSTALLATION

The outdoor unit can be installed on a roof, wall, or tower.

The antenna with alignment unit can be installed on either
side of a pole. Normally, no loose parts are needed in the
installation of the alignment unit and the outdoor unit.

The outdoor unit and the antenna are fitted with guides
which prevent installation in conflicting polarizations.


FXC RRI is a plug-in indoor unit which can be installed
in Nokia MetroSite GSM BTS, Nokia MetroHub, and
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
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Connectors and cabling

The indoor unit and the outdoor unit are connected
via a single coaxial cable(Flex bus), which also
feeds power to the outdoor unit.

The outdoor unit has one coaxial connector for the
Flex bus cable (TNC, 50 ) and one BNC connector
for measurement of the AGC (automatic gain
control) voltage.

AGC voltage measurement is needed when aligning
the antenna.

Power supply

The power is fed to the outdoor unit from the indoor
unit via the Flex bus cable(55 VDC nominal voltage).
No separate power supply is needed.

The power consumption of a Nokia Flexi Hopper
outdoor unit is less than 25 W.

The actual power consumption depends on the site
equipment and the power losses caused by the
equipment.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Capacities
POWER LEVELS

ANTENNA ADJUSTMENT RANGE
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