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Alcatel BSS

A9110E BTS Commissioning Manual

Commissioning Manual Release B6B7

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Preface

Preface
Purpose Audience
This document describes how to commission an Alcatel A9110E micro BTS. This document applies to operational BSS, release B6B7. This document is intended for: Site administrators Supervisors Project managers Field service technicians Occasional users.

Assumed Knowledge

The personnel involved must be familiar with: ALCATEL Operation & Maintenance (O&M) concepts for the Base Station Subsystem (BSS) Commissioning tools Personal Computers (PCs) using the Windows NT environment.

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History
Date 030404 031031 Edition 01 02 Comments Creation Download of operational software for connecting into networks older than B7 MR6 Update for commissioning package BTSCAT02B ITL Catalogue (3DF 00462 0004 AAAGA) and IO Catalogue (3DF 00462 0004 UAZZA) were updated into document New HAKI for mounting

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1 General Information

1 General Information
This chapter provides general information concerning the operating principle and requirements of the procedure: Hardware description Prerequisites Restrictions Initial state Final state Tasks sequences Time schedule Information required Conventions.

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1.1 Hardware Description


1.1.1 Configurations
With this product, one BTS comprises up to six units of two TRX, in a hierarchical interconnection. Only one of these units handles the Abis lines; this unit called the master, the other units called slaves. A unit can have one antenna output (3.2 W/TRX max. power) or two antenna outputs (7 W/TRX max. power). One lower slave cannot be equipped because of 12 TRX limitation! In the following exemples the Slave 22 is eliminated, but depending on site configuration, you can have maximum 3 lower slave units on the 4 possible positions: Slave11, Slave12, Slave 21, Slave 22.

Figure 1: Example of 6 modules with Single Antenna only starting with software version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6)

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Figure 2: Example Low-Loss Configuration With Antenna Diversity (6 sectors) only starting with software version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6)
The following rules are defined for pure M5M and M4M/M5M mixed configurations: Maximum 6 modules are allowed for B7 SW version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6) or higher. Only 3 modules for B7 SW version older than BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6). Maximum 3 hierarchy levels are allowed (Master, Upper Slave, Lower Slave) Lower slave allowed only for B7 SW version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6) or higher

M5 M
Master

M5M
Upper Slave 1

M5M
Upper Slave 2

M5M
Lower Slave 11

M5M
Lower Slave 12

M5M
Lower Slave 21

Figure 3: M5M pure configuration (maximum 6 M5M modules, 12 TREs) only starting with software version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6)

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M4M module allowed only as upper slave, no lower slaves can connect to it.

M5 M
Master

M5M
Upper Slave 1

M4M
Upper Slave 2

M5M
Lower Slave 11

M5M
Lower Slave 12

Figure 4: M5M / M4M mixed configuration (5 modules: 4 M5M +1 M4M, 10 TREs in total ) only starting with software version BSSSAT02G (MR6)

M5 M
Master

M4M
Upper Slave 1

M 4M
Upper Slave 2

Figure 5: M5M / M4M mixed configuration (3 modules: 1 M5M + 2 M4M, 6 TREs in total )

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1.1.2 Weight and Dimensions


Characteristics Each unit with cover (2TRX, 2 ANT) Width (mm) Height (mm) 450 815 (w/ o PG) 915 with fan (w/ o PG) Depth (mm) Max. weight with 2 ant. (kg) Cover weight (kg) Support weight (kg) Maximum weight (kg) 190 26 7-9 5.6 38.6 - 40.6 162 26 0 5.6 31.6 Each unit without cover (2TRX, 2 ANT) 385 735 (w/ o PG)

1.2 Restrictions
None.

1.3 Prerequisites
The following prerequisites apply: The site must comply with the Safety rules ( See BSS Methods Handbook ) The BSC must be operational and ready for BTS connection The following requirement is not mandatory: antenna connected.

1.4 Initial State


The MOCOs are installed and connected as described in the installation manual: power supply, PCM (for master unit) even not connected to the network, external alarms. The micro-BTS units are not plugged into their connection boxes.

1.5 Final State


The BTS is installed (master and slave units) The BTS is commissioned, powered up and connected to the BSC via a PCM interface ready for network integration Integrated antenna option: integrated antennas are installed on all units

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Antennas present: the antennas have been connected Antennas absent: the tests have been carried out under load.

Figure 6: Example of A9110E BTS ( Maximum 6 M5M Configuration With Cover )


Alarm points for Customer

SLAVE 2

MASTER

SLAVE 1

Customer Alarm Box

230 VAC
Wire braid

1.5 m
Ground Plate

Figure 7: Example of A9110E BTS (3 modules with SSC Option)

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1.6 Operating Principle


Preparation before leaving for the site
Preparation after arrival at the site

Manual lift/ Crane


Installation with the manual lift

Installation with the crane

Option: Install the integrated antenna

Option: Install the VSWR detector

Make the connections to BTS

Check the power supply and power up the BTS

Download the BTS software


Set the antenna mapping
BTS initialization

Perform BTS inventory


Set and check the external alarms

Check the module status

YES
Check the antenna VSWR

Case: Antenna present

NO
Check the VSWR under load

Abis loop test

End of commissioning test

Set the transmission module paramenters


Download the operational software

Connect to the BSC


Finish the commissioning

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1.7 Time Schedule


Duration (min) Preliminary checks Installing the micro-BTS units(1) Case A: Installation with the manual lift Case B: Installation with the crane Making the connections to the BTS Option: Installation of integrated antenna Option: Installation of the VSWR detector Making the connections to BTS units Checking power supply and powering up Commissioning tests BTS software downloading Setting antenna mapping BTS initialization Performing BTS inventory Setting and checking the external alarms Checking status of modules VSWR check Abis loop test
(2)

1st person 15

2nd person 15

10 / unit 15 / unit

10 / unit 15 / unit

5 / unit 10 / unit 5 / unit 10

5 / unit 10 / unit 5 / unit 10

5 2 5 5 5 2 5 / unit 3
(2)

5 5 / unit 3 5 5 1h 08 - 2h 15
(2)

End of commissioning(3) Setting transmission module parameters Downloading the operational software(4) Connecting to the BSC Finishing commissioning

5-10(3) 5 10(4) 5 5 1h 42 - 3h 00

(1) (2) (3)

: Tasks where two persons are mandatory : Not performed if MW or TNL equipment installed in SSC : 10 min only if the inventory has to be performed again

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(4)

: If the network runs into software version older than B7 MR6

The times given are based on technical constraints, not taking into account safety considerations.

1.8 Information Required


Site Equipment configuration
Position of breakers on the customers power panel If DDF cabled: position of PCM cables (Abis1, Abis2) on the DDF side. Configuration of the BTS (number of units, type: M4M/M5M) Configuration of sectors and number of MTREs per sector Mapping table correlating logical and physical BTS sectors If DDF installed: external alarm mapping and position of alarm wires on the DDF side If SSC option: customer external alarm mapping (other than SSC external alarms).

Other

Software version Test frequencies Transmission configuration Qmux address OML TS and signalling rate (optional). Antennas connected or not.

1.9 Conventions
The following list gives the conventions used in this document: Press [ Enter ] means press the Enter key Click [ OK ] means click the button OK with the mouse Operator input is indicated after a double right-pointing arrow in Courier font Operator input To describe a menu path, the menu options are linked as follows:
Tools Options Printer ...

A message is indicated in Courier font:


Message

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2 Preliminary Checks

2 Preliminary Checks
This chapter describes the preparation of the operation in two steps: At base On arrival at the site.

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2 Preliminary Checks

2.1 Before Going to the Site


Check prerequisites fulfillment Check availability of information required Check availability of documentation Check availability of tools See Prerequisites (Section 1.3) . See Information Required (Section 1.8) .

See List of Documents Required (in appendix B) . See Tools Required (in appendix B) , refer to the Tools catalogue for content checking. Verify the calibration label when indicated in Tools Required (in appendix B) .

Check availability and version of software

See List of Software Required (in appendix B) ; refer to the corresponding documents for checking the SW version.

2.2 Before You Start (On Arrival at the Site)


Check applicable notification list and Operation Instructions Refer to Catalogue of Technical and Logistic Information (ITL) to check whether notifications are to be applied during the operation Refer to Catalogue of Instruction Operation (IO) to check whether operation instructions are to be applied during the operation Check that safety instructions are applied Refer to BSS Methods Handbook for checking that safety precautions have been taken into accordance with safety instructions. Refer to BSS Methods Handbook for instructions.

Read instructions to be applied in case of anomaly Complete premises inspection form

Refer to BSS site premises inspection, post handover and complete Premises inspection form (CEL). Complete the header field of the CCL (See Completion Check List) In particular, see tools catalogue and note down measurement accuracy when indicated in tool kit list (appendix) The CCL is completed as each installation instruction is carried out.

Fill in completion check list

Check the antistatic wrist strap

Check that the resistance of the antistatic wrist strap is greater than 1M . Connect the antistatic wrist strap to rack earth.

Check availability of Alcatel kits

See List of Items Required (Appendix B) .

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3 Installing the Micro - BTS Units


This chapter describes the procedure for fixing the micro BTS on MOFRA.

Before the installation of the BTS units, check the lead seal. If damaged, make a note in the CCL.

The installation procedure is the same for master and slave units.

Do not work under power. Open the circuit breakers to be sure that the power supply is disconnected. For an installation with SSC: Check that the " Battery back-up " is OFF (red LED is lit) !!! (in the case of battery back-up there is 288 V DC on the BTS connector and the crane will be damaged!!!)

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3.1 Case A: Installation With the Manual Lift


Purpose Preparation
To install the BTS on the MOCO. 1. Open the front cover to reveal the MOCO (with cover option) 2. Remove the COBO protection cover (3BK 08586 AA). 3. Remove the bottom protection cover of the micro-BTS unit (3BK 08555 AA).

Install the Threaded Bolt

1. The threaded bolt must be screwed into the M8 thread on top of the A9110E BTS housing, down to the internal screw-thread stop (See Figure 8 ) 2. Do not tighten 3. Arrange the bolt with the flattened sides to the left and right.

Figure 8: Installation and Arrangement of the Threaded Bolt

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Install the Handwheel

1. The handwheel must be screwed down to the threaded bolt stop (See Figure 9 ) 2. Make sure the handwheel and bolt are not damaged

Figure 9: Installation of the Handwheel

Install the Gallows

1. The gallows are plugged into the Mounting Frame (MOFRA) (See Figure 10 ) 2. The safety catch (1) keeps the gallows in place.

Figure 10: Installing the Gallows

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Install the BTS-Handle

1. Fix the metal pieces (3) with screws (4 two at each side) to each side of the BTS Handle (2), see figure 11 2. Fix the assembly to the the hinge flanges, with one screw (4) at each side (picture 12 )

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Figure 11: Installing the BTS Handle

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3. Remove the A9110E BTS protective cap.

Figure 12: BTS Handle fixed on the module

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Install the A9110E BTS in Position

1. Two people place the unit in the gallows (See Figure 13 ) 2. The A9110E BTS housing is let down by rotating the handwheel. 3. Ensure that the housing descends into the right position.

Figure 13: Putting the A9110E BTS in Position

Fix the BTS in Position

1. Fix the housing on the mounting frame with the two screws on top of housing (See Figure 14 ) 2. Fix the housing on COBO with the two screws left and right of COBO.

Figure 14: Fixing the Unit

Remove the Manual Lift and the Handle

1. Completely unscrew the handwheel, then remove it 2. Remove the gallows from MOFRA, by lifting it (and pushing the safety catch) 3. Unscrew the threaded bolt and remove it from the housing 4. Detach the BTS-handle from the housing by releasing the screw (5) on figure 11.

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3.2 Case B: Installation With the Crane


3.2.1 Specific Safety Instructions for Craning
You must carefully read the " A9110 Crane Instruction Manual " and these instructions before using the crane.

It is strictly prohibited to stand under a floating crane load during the operation Hot surface warning : Dont handle the crane by its motor after use, the temperature can exceed 45 degrees Celsius (see left, " Hot Surface " label on the crane)

Check availability of the completed " Security control - check list and report ", enclosed with the crane (see " A9110 Crane Instruction Manual " ) the check must be carried out every six months, note the check date in the CCL.

3.2.2 Installation of the Crane on MOFRA


Procedure 1. Check that the lifting ring and the two screws for fixing to MOFRA are available 2. Mount the lifting ring onto the top part of the micro-BTS unit. The ring must be screwed completely (See Figure 15 ) 3. Put the crane on top of MOFRA. The small safety blade keeps the crane in place (See Figure 16 ) 4. Open the COBO door 5. Connect the crane power cable to the ACout BTS power connector (See Figure 17 ) 6. Hook the cables as shown in the drawings.

Figure 15: Mounting the Lifting Ring

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Crane

MOFRA

Power cable

Figure 16: Installing the Crane


Ac out BTS connector is used to power the crane

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Figure 17: ACout BTS Power Connector of ACCO Board is Used to Power the Crane

3.2.3 Preparation for Craning


The following checks and precautions must be considered before craning! Depending of the country and customer regulations more tests for overloading and usage time may be required. To be checked and applied! Purpose To check the fixing of the MOCO and crane. Procedure 1. Check the screws securing the MOCO on the wall 2. Define a safety area 2 m around the MOFRA and make sure that nobody will enter the area during operations 3. Move the unit under the crane on the floor 4. Remove the COBO protection cover (3BK 08586 AA). 5. Close the circuit breakers that power COBO 6. Using the switching box on the crane power cable, let down the lifting band to the micro-BTS level 7. Hang the unit on the crane (make sure the belt is not turned on itself) 8. Lift the unit and suspend it 10 cm above the floor 9. Execute a movement up and down with the micro-BTS 10. Lay the micro-BTS an the floor 11. Check the MOFRA - Crane assembly and fixings.

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3.2.4 Installing the Micro-BTS on MOCO

Figure 18: Lifting and Plugging in the Micro-BTS Unit

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Take care not to damage the connectors during the operation. Do not lift the BTS by hand from the ground, use the crane!

Do not work under power Open the circuit breakers to be sure that the power supply is disconnected. For installation with SSC: Check that the Battery back-up is OFF (red LED is lit) !!! Purpose To install the BTS on the MOCO. Procedure 1. Lift the micro-BTS unit to an appropriate level for mounting (See Figure 18 ) 2. Remove the bottom protection cover of the micro-BTS unit (3BK 08555 AA). 3. Fit the handle on the reel of the crane, on the left side 4. Move the micro-BTS nearer to the MOFRA (by pushing the handle) and fit it onto the guide bolts (there are two guide bolts on MOFRA that must fit into the back part of the micro-BTS unit) 5. Plug the micro-BTS unit into the COBO by slowly releasing the unit and fitting the two guide pins of the COBO into the corresponding holes in the micro-BTS housing 6. Fix the micro-BTS onto the MOCO using the four screws provided (See Figure 19 ) 7. Unhook the micro-BTS 8. Unplug the crane power cable 9. Remove the crane from MOFRA 10. Unscrew the lifting ring and put it with the crane to avoid losing it.

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Figure 19: Fixing the Micro-BTS to MOCO

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4 Making the Connections to the BTS


This chapter describes: How to install the integrated antenna, with the integrated antenna option How to instal the VSWR detector, with the VSWR option How to make the necessary connections to the BTS units

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4.1 OPTION: Installing the Integrated Antenna


Purpose To install the integrated antenna on each micro-BTS unit (master and slaves). This procedure is the same for master and slave units.

Figure 20: Installation of Integrated Antenna (GSM and DCS)


Connect the integrated antenna to the upper housing side of the A9110E BTS using the four self tapping screws (M3 x 16) provided in the integrated antenna kit. The above figure also shows the special front cover and the final view of a BTS with integrated antenna. On fact, the front cover will not be mounted until the end of commissioning.

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4.2 OPTION: Installing the VSWR Detector


Purpose
To install the VSWR detector on each micro-BTS unit (master and slaves) This procedure is the same for master and slave units.

4.2.1 Mechanics

Figure 21: The VSWR Detector

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4.2.2 Fixing the VSWR Detector


The VSWR detector can not be used together with an integrated antenna, if the isolation between antennas on the same site is < 25 dB.

Procedure

1. Unlock the bottom section of the front protective cover, open it upwards and fix it at the front cover by the installed magnetic snap-on fastening 2. Connect the VSWR detector to the antenna output connector of the A9110E by screwing the N male connector (See Figure 22 ) 3. Connect the VSWR RF jumper cable to the RF output N-female connector of the VSWR detector 4. Connect the standard antenna cable to the RF jumper cable.

EVOLIUM BTS A9110E

Antenna Jumper
VSWR detector

RF Jumper Cable

COBO

F M

F M

M : Nmale connector F : N female connector


Figure 22: VSWR Detector - RF Installation

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4.2.3 Connecting the Cables


Procedure 1. Open the COBO 2. Unscrew the appropriate PG gland 3. Run the ALARM / VCC cable through that PG gland into COBO 4. Screw the PG gland with the ALARM/ VCC cable 5. Connect the ALARM/ VCC wires inside the COBO to the clamp strips located on the ABISCO board as shown in Figure 23 . In a two antenna configuration the isolated wires for VCC-VSWR1 and VCC-VSWR2 and ground (GND) have to be fixed together with the enclosed cable and sleeves and inserted in the described terminals of the ABISCO (See Figure 23 ).

Figure 23: Connecting the ALARM / VCC Cables

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4.3 Making the Connections to the BTS


One lower slave cannot be equipped because of 12 TRX limitation! Depending on site configuration, you can have maximum 3 lower slave units on the 4 possible positions: Slave11, Slave12, Slave 21, Slave 22. When connecting a slave unit, the position where to plug the IEB cable into master unit (S1 or S2 connectors) will determine if it is Slave1 or Slave2. Purpose To connect the antenna To connect the IEB cables in a master-slave configuration. Procedure 1. With the integrated antenna option, connect the integrated antennas RF cables to the antenna connector(s) of the micro-BTS unit (master and slaves, as appropriate) 2. With external antennas, connect the antenna jumper(s) to the antenna connector(s) of the micro-BTS units (master and slaves) according to their sector number (See Information Required (Section 1.8) ) 3. To install the slave units, connect the IEB cables between the master and slaves: At the Master unit plug the cable into the Conn. to Slave 1 or Conn. to Slave 2 connector, depending the slave (1 or 2) that is going to be connected At the Slave 1 unit plug the cable from master into the Conn. to Master connector. Plug the cable to Slave 11 into Conn. to Slave 1 and / or the cable to Slave 12 into Conn. to Slave 2. At the Slave 2 unit plug the cable from master into the Conn. to Master connector. Plug the cable to Slave 21 into Conn. to Slave 1 and / or the cable to Slave 22 into Conn. to Slave 2. At the Slave 11 unit and / or Slave 12 unit plug the cables from Slave1 into the Conn. to Master connector. At the Slave 21 unit and / or Slave 22 unit plug the cable from Slave2 into the Conn. to Master connector.

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SLAVE 1

MASTER

SLAVE 2

From MASTER To SLAVE 11 To SLAVE 12 To SLAVE 1

To SLAVE 2 From MASTER

To SLAVE 21

SLAVE 11

SLAVE 12

SLAVE 21

From SLAVE 1

From SLAVE 2 From SLAVE 1

Figure 24: Connection of IEB PG 11 Glands to COBO for all modules

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5 Checking Power Supply and Powering Up

5 Checking Power Supply and Powering Up


This chapter describes how to check the power supply voltage and power up the micro-BTS units (master and slaves).

Before checking the power supply and powering up the micro-BTS, ensure that the safety instructions in the SAF procedure are followed ( See BSS Methods Handbook ). It is essential that: The protective earth is connected to the equipment earth terminal The ACout BTS connectors in the COBOs (Figure 25 ) that feed the micro-BTS units are disconnected.

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5 Checking Power Supply and Powering Up

5.1 Case 1: A9110E BTS Without SSC


Procedure 1. Check the power panel to make sure the breakers are OFF 2. Using a multimeter, check at each COBO that there is no voltage between L (line) and N (neutral) , N and PE (protective earth), L and PE (See Figure 25 ) 3. Close the circuit breakers at the power panel 4. Check the voltage (220 V AC) between line (L) and neutral (N) on the ACout BTS connector of each COBO 5. Check that there is no voltage between N and PE 6. Power up the unit by plugging in their ACout BTS connectors. FIRST power up the master unit, THEN power up the slave units! The slave units MUST be powered up within seconds after powering up the master unit.

5.2 Case 2: A9110E BTS With SSC


Procedure 1. Check the power panel to make sure the SSC breakers are OFF 2. Check the SSC to make sure main AC switch S1 is off and no green LEDs are lit (See Figure 26 ) 3. Close the circuit breakers at the site power panel 4. Close main switch S1, the AC mains breaker then the BTS1, BTS2, BTS3 circuit breakers in the SSC 5. Check the 220 V AC voltage between line (L) and neutral (N) on the ACout BTS connector (X401) of each COBO (See Figure 25 ) 6. Check that there is no voltage between N and PE 7. Check that the Mains Power supply 1 and 2 and Charger LEDs are lit on the SSC front panel 8. Push (if necessary) the Battery backup button to on (red LED is not lit) 9. Power up the A9110E units by plugging in their ACout BTS connectors. FIRST power up the master unit, THEN power up the slave units! The slave units MUST be powered up within seconds after powering up the master unit. 10. Check that the BTS remains on battery supply if main switch S1 is disconnected, then set the switch S1 to ON 11. Push and hold down the Fan Test button and check that the SSC top fans are working.

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If the BTS must be powered down, disconnect the batteries first by pushing the Back-up Off switch to ON (red LED is lit), then set the main power switch S1 to OFF.

ACout BTS IEC Conn.

X401

FAN

X402

BTS fuses
(T=2.5 A)

L N N L PE N

X400 ACin, Mains

L PE N

FAN fuses
(T=2.5 A)

L PEN
SLAVE 2 X404

L PE N
SLAVE 1 X403

Figure 25: ACCO Board

Fan Test
PS1 PS2 PS3

Power Supply 1 Power Supply 2 Battery backUp button


Battery unit

Charger Mains BackUp Off

S1
Power 230V AC Socket AC Connection Area 230V AC
AC BTS1 BTS3 mains BTS2

Figure 26: SSC Switch Configuration

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6 Commissioning Tests

6 Commissioning Tests
This chapter describes the following operations: BTS software downloading Setting antenna mapping BTS initialization Performing BTS inventory Setting and checking the external alarms Checking status of modules Checking the antenna VSWR Abis loop test End of commissioning.

Use the antistatic wrist strap when working with the ABISCO board. Check that the BTS is isolated : At the DDF side by disconnecting terminals, from the PCM link coming from the network. For installation with SSC, by disconnecting connectors X2, X3 and X4 on the connection area.

One lower slave cannot be equipped because of 12 TRX limitation! Depending on site configuration, you can have maximum 3 lower slave units on the 4 possible positions: Slave11, Slave12, Slave 21, Slave 22. Configuration is determined by IEB cable connections between units

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6.1 BTS Software Downloading


Start up BTS Terminal
1. Connect the BTS Terminal cable between the COM1 port of the PC and the MMI connector (X100) on the ABISCO board of the master unit (See Figure 28 ) 2. Launch the BTS Terminal according to the OS used (Windows NT) 3. At the BTS Terminal: User / Group name: COMMTE Password: COMMTE Click [ Logon ]. 4. If the Setup Information window is displayed: Click [ Baudrate ] then select 115200 and the port for serial interface in the BTS Terminal part of the window Select the Misc tab and if not already done, click [ Browse ] and select the path to INVENTAR (usually c:\WINVENT\Program\pwinvent.exe) Click [ Ok ]. 5. In the main menu select the terminal: Select BTS Terminal (Evolium BTS) 6. Establish the connection: File Connect / Disconnect A message appears to confirm the connection.

OPTION:

Only if the Files are not Already on the PC 1. Create the directory : c:\A9110_fls 2. Copy all the BTS SW files into the above directory.

Download the BTS With the BTS TE

1. Commissioning Download BTS-SW... If a message asking you to check the Qmux address appears, set the correct Qmux address and save it ! Select at List files of type: on the left bottom corner: All files (*.*) Masterfile: bm*sat**.*** (1) (See Information Required (Section 1.8) ) CPF File: 00o2at**.ddl (1)

(1) Click [ Browse ] to give the path of each file: c:\A9110_fls 2. Click [ Download ].

Check the Downloading of the BTS

1. A disconnection occurs during the download, wait for the connection to be re-established 2. The message The connection to the OMU has been established ! appears 3. The following messages or windows appear during downloading: No operator action during next 80 seconds!!!

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BTS SW download in progress... Start operational software... No operator action during next 80 seconds!!! BTS SW download in progress... Initialization in progress... Receiving data... Reading all RIs . If the file downloading stops during several minutes and the BTS Terminal is showing no message or action, perform a second download of the BTS ( See Download the BTS With the BTS TE (in section 6.1) .)

BE PATIENT:

WAIT for the Edit frequencies window, about 5 mn: 1. Select the Frequency band (GSM 900/ DCS 1800/ DCS 1900/ EGSM) 2. Select the test frequency by clicking [ Add ] or [ Remove ] in Available ARFNs list to obtain the correct frequencies in Select ARFNs list. The test frequencies are given by the customer (See Information Required (Section 1.8) ). 3. Click [ Submit ].

6.2 Setting Antenna Mapping


Purpose
To set the antenna mapping table. Procedure Open the antenna mapping window: Commissioning Edit Sector mapping The Sector mapping Micro BTS window appears (See Figure 27 ) Set the mapping of BTS units ports to sectors, according to the requested configuration and the mapping rules (See Information Required & Antenna Port and External Alarm Mapping Rules (Appendix D) ) Click [ Save ] Wait for Updating flash... and Cabling detection in progress... messages to disappear.

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Figure 27: Sector Mapping Micro BTS Window

6.3 BTS Initialization


Initialize Commissioning
1. At BTS Terminal select: Commissioning Initialization All sectors... 2. Wait for the Initialization for commissioning in progress message to disappear 3. The HW check configuration window appears 4. Check that the configuration shown in the HW check configuration window corresponds to the requested HW configuration (See Information Required (Section 1.8) ) 5. Wait for the MTRE and ANX module downloading to finish.

Workaround:

If the HW check configuration window information does not correspond to the antenna mapping information written in RI (this behaviour appears usually when the final antenna mapping information is different from the initial information), repeat the initialization of all sectors (steps 1 and 2).

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Activation is finished when the options in the commissioning menu becomes active.

6.4 Performing BTS Inventory


1. Use the tasks specified in CI 08 - Site Equipment Inventory for: Adding additional modules in RI Executing the Inventar program for the BTS 2. For SSC installation, the SSC is considered as an additional module. Check that there are no alarms when running the Inventar for BTS. This means that the modules inside the BTS meet the requirements for a specific customer.

6.5 Setting and Checking the External Alarms


Purpose To set the external alarm mapping in the RI according to requirements To check the reporting of external alarms to the BTS TE.

6.5.1 Set and Check the Alarm Mapping


Set the logical number of the external alarms
1. AT BTS Terminal select: Commissioning Edit Remote Inventory (RI)... 2. Module selection: UT_BTS_BCB 17 3. Click [ Upload ] 4. Click [ Application part ] 5. In the Application part window set the external alarm mapping according to the rules in the Appendix (See Information Required (Section 1.8) & Antenna Port and External Alarm Mapping Rules (Appendix D) ) 6. Click [ Manufacturing part ] 7. Click [ Write back ] if modifications were made. Wait for Updating flash... message to disappear. 8. Click [ Close ].

Loop the External Alarm

Loop the External Alarm Inputs that are not Connected to Their Sensors 1. On the DDF loop the external alarms that are not connected to their sensors to avoid reporting of alarms to the OMC-R 2. On the ABISCO board of each unit (master or slave) loop the declared alarm inputs that do not reach the DDF and are not yet connected to their sensors.

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6.5.2 Test the External Alarms


Check the Alarms
1. On the BTS Terminal display the external alarms 2. Monitor Active Alarms 3. On the BTS Terminal check that there are no external alarms.

Check the Alarms in DDF

If the external alarms are transferred to a terminal block, generate an alarm and check its appearance on BTS Terminal 1. Open the circuits corresponding to the external alarms on the DDF side, by inserting a red disconnecting pin into the terminal block 2. On the BTS Terminal, check that the appropriate alarm message is generated 3. Close the circuit that has been opened at the terminal block by removing the disconnecting pin 4. On the BTS Terminal, check that the external alarm message has disappeared.

Check the Alarms That Do Not Reach the DDF

In COBO (master and slaves) 1. For the declared external alarms that do not reach the DDF, generate an alarm by opening and then closing a loop (See Connectors Description (in appendix C) in appendix for connectors description) 2. Check alarm reporting on the BTS Terminal.

Note:

If the Fan option was included, check the fan alarm: 1. Disconnect the fan power supply cable from ACCO board 2. On the BTS Terminal , check that the alarm is present:
BTS1, BTS EXTERN, Air condition (1)

3. Plug in the fan power supply cable and check that the alarm is cleared.

Note:

If the SSC option was included, check the external alarms: 1. Set the mains switch S1 to OFF to check mains power failure 2. On the BTS Terminal, check that alarm 2 is present, then set switch S1 to ON again 3. On the BTS Terminal, check that alarm 3 is present (SSC door open) by completely closing (with the key) and opening the door.

Note:

If the VSWR option was included, check the external alarms: 1. Make the connections as follows: For A9110E BTS units with one antenna output: use ANT A and the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 18 or UT_TRE 19 for master UT_TRE 38 or UT_TRE 39 for slave 1 UT_TRE 54 or UT_TRE 55 for slave 2. UT_TRE 42 or UT_TRE 43 for slave 11. UT_TRE 46 or UT_TRE 47 for slave 12. UT_TRE 58 or UT_TRE 59 for slave 21. UT_TRE 62 or UT_TRE 63 for slave 22.

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For A9110E BTS units with two antenna outputs use ANT A and the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 19 for master UT_TRE 39 for slave 1 UT_TRE 55 for slave 2. UT_TRE 43 for slave 11. UT_TRE 47 for slave 12. UT_TRE 59 for slave 21. UT_TRE 63 for slave 22. use ANT B and the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 18 for master UT_TRE 38 for slave 1 UT_TRE 54 for slave 2. UT_TRE 42 for slave 11. UT_TRE 46 for slave 12. UT_TRE 58 for slave 21. UT_TRE 62 for slave 22. 2. Check if an alarm is present at BTS Terminal:

Commissioning Output Power Test


In the Output Power Test window select the MTRE Number: UT_TRE** (See above) Select one timeslot and click [ On ] to enable the power Select an attenuation of -10dB on the used timeslot Click [ Start ] Wait for the BTS to start the emission Disconnect the antenna cable from the RF jumper cable. As the power level is lower than 50mW you are allowed to disconnect the cable. .

Wait 15 seconds to see if an alarm is sent to the BTS Terminal.

At the BTS Terminal choose: Monitor Active alarms Check that an Alarm related to the tested TRE is present Connect the antenna cable to the RF jumper cable Check at the BTS Terminal that no alarms are present

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Click [ Stop ] Wait for MTRE to stop transmission. After pressing the [ Stop ] button wait until MTRE stops transmission. Follow the messages that appear in the bottom part of the window, which indicates the state of MTRE.

3. Repeat the actions from step 2 for all the antenna outputs of all BTS units (master and slaves).

6.6 Checking the Status of Modules


Check the Status of the BTS
1. At BTS Terminal choose: Monitor BTS Modules 2. Check that BTS, CLLK, OMU and EACB are IT 3. Check that the MTREs and TR_CLK are OP.

Check the Active Alarms

1. At BTS Terminal choose: Monitor Active Alarms 2. Check that there are no alarms present.

6.7 VSWR Check


Purpose To connect the BTS to the antenna To check the Voltage Standing Wave Ration (VSWR) of the transmit antenna. Before transmitting on the antenna: Check that transmission is allowed at the nominal frequency If there are no antennas, measure the VSWR across the load.

The VSWR measurement must be performed for each antenna output!

Connect the Power Meter/ Reflectometer

Connect the power meter/ reflectometer between the BTS antenna jumper and antenna or load as appropiate 1. For A9110E BTS units with one antenna output: connect the power meter/ reflectometer to the antenna jumper connected to ANT A and use the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 18 or UT_TRE 19 for master UT_TRE 38 or UT_TRE 39 for slave 1 UT_TRE 54 or UT_TRE 55 for slave 2. UT_TRE 42 or UT_TRE 43 for slave 11.

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UT_TRE 46 or UT_TRE 47 for slave 12. UT_TRE 58 or UT_TRE 59 for slave 21. UT_TRE 62 or UT_TRE 63 for slave 22. 2. For A9110E BTS units with two antenna outputs connect the power meter/ reflectometer to the antenna jumper connected to ANT A and use the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 19 for master UT_TRE 39 for slave 1 UT_TRE 55 for slave 2. UT_TRE 43 for slave 11. UT_TRE 47 for slave 12. UT_TRE 59 for slave 21. UT_TRE 63 for slave 22. connect the power meter/ reflectometer to the antenna jumper connected to ANT B and use the following MTREs for transmission: UT_TRE 18 for master UT_TRE 38 for slave 1 UT_TRE 54 for slave 2. UT_TRE 42 for slave 11. UT_TRE 46 for slave 12. UT_TRE 58 for slave 21. UT_TRE 62 for slave 22.

Measure the VSWR Measure the VSWR of the antenna (VSWR1)

Measure the VSWR of the antenna (VSWR1) or across the load (VSWR2) if there is no antenna

1. At BTS Termial choose: Commissioning Output Power Test 2. In the Output Power Test window select the MTRE Number: UT_TRE** (See above) 3. All Timeslots: click [ On ] to enable the power 4. Select an attenuation of -4dB on each timeslot from TS0 to TS7 5. Click [ Start ] 6. Record the VSWR value (VSWRx): VSWR 1 when measuring with antenna connected VSWR 2 when measuring across the load. 7. Click [ Stop ] 8. Wait for MTRE to stop transmission.

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Do not disconnect the power meter, the antenna or the load during MTRE transmission. After pressing the [ Stop ] button wait until MTRE stops transmission. Follow the messages that appear in the bottom part of the window, which indicates the state of MTRE.

Measure the VSWR (VSWR 2) Using a Load

If antenna VSWR 1 > 1.3 measure the VSWR (VSWR 2) using a load 1. Instead of antennas use 50 ohm loads 2. Measure the VSWR 2 values with the BTS TE in the same way as in Measure the VSWR of the antenna (VSWR1) 3. Analyze the results: (See Table 1 ) VSWR 1 is the VSWR value measured in Measure the VSWR of the antenna (VSWR1) VSWR 2 is the VSWR value measured in Measure the VSWR (VSWR 2) Using a Load.

Value VSWR 2 >1.2 VSWR 2 1.2 and VSWR 1 1.5 VSWR 2 1.2 and VSWR 1 >1.5

Sanction Fault in equipment supplied by Alcatel Fault on the feeder or antenna (when present) Fault on the antenna or feeder (when present)

Action Check the tightness of the connectors Inform the operator that the VSWR is within a critical range Report the high reading to the Site Manager

Table 1: Interpretation of VSWR Results

Finish the Measurement

1. Disconnect the power meter and reconnect the antenna jumper to the antenna or load as the case 2. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for all the antenna outputs of all the BTS units (master and slaves)

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6.8 Abis Loop Test


Purpose
To test the PCM cabling between the master unit and DDF. For Microwave or TNL installation in SSC for PCM connection, do not perform Abis loop test.

Procedure

1. At BTS Terminal choose:

Commissioning Station Unit Test...


The Station Unit Test window appears. In the Station Unit Test window, select external loop Click [ Start ]. A message appears prompting you to fit the shortcut connector. Do not use any shortcut connector, because you are testing the cabling to the DDF, not the ABISCO board. 2. At the DDF (not on ABISCO) set up loops between TX and RX for Abis1 and Abis2, using wires. It is important for both Abis links to be looped!

3. At BTS Terminal: Click [ Ok ] Remove the loops when the respective message window appears and then click [ Ok ] Wait for the test to finish Check that the list of tests shown in the Station Unit Test window is Ok Click [ Cancel ].

6.9 End of Commissioning


Purpose To update the Remote Inventory of all the modules according to the site To perform an inventar in case any modules were changed during commissioning To end the commissioning phase To save the commissioning report. Procedure 1. At BTS Terminal : Commissioning End commissioning

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2. Check that the commissioning date is correct: If not, click [ Close ] and click [ Cancel ] Modify the internal date of the PC (in Control Panel) Go back to step 1. 3. Give the name of the BTS site (< 10 characters) and the Network Identity. 4. Select all the modules from the list on the left (if any) to enter them in the modules to be updated list Click [ Add ] for all the modules on the left (if any) Click [ Submit ]. The following message appears: Do you want to execute INVENTAR now?

5. Option: If any modules were added or changed during commissioning, run Inventar: Click [ Yes ] The Receiving Remote Inventory Data message appears, and the INVENTAR application is launched Use the tasks specified in CI 08 - Site Equipment Inventory for the following actions:

Adding additional modules in RI (if appropiate) Running Inventar for the BTS. 6. Option: If no modules were added or changed during commissioning click [ No ] When you end commissioning, the BTS is automatically reset after about 2 minutes (the connection is lost for about 5s). Wait until the connection with the BTS is reestablished. The BTS is then ready for downloading from the BSC. 7. Save the Commissioning Report window: Click [ Commissioning Report ] window to make it active

File Save As...


Give a name to the file (Site name and number of BTS - no more then 8 characters) and save the file to a floppy disk.

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7 Setting Transmission Module Parameters


This chapter describes how to configure the transmission module of the SUM board.

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Purpose To set the Qmux address To set the OML TS and signalling rate, if this information is provided. Make sure the BTS is isolated at the DDF from the network before proceeding.

Procedure

1. Set the Qmux address: At BTS Terminal choose: Settings Transmission Initial Settings... The Receiving current configuration data... window appears. Enter the parameter: Qmux address Click [ Transmit ] Click [ Close ]. 2. OPTION: Set the position and signalling rate for OML, if required:

Settings Transmission Board Configuration...


Click [ Get Config ] Set the signaling TS number and the signalling rate for OMU 1 Click [ Transmit ] Click [ Close ].

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8 Download the Operational Software


This download of the operational software must be done in B6 and in B7 software versions older than BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6). Do not execute this section if the corresponding BSC in the network runs software version BSSSAT02G (B7 MR6) or higher.

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8.1 Download the Operational Software


Connect the Terminal
1. Connect the BTS Terminal (BTSWATU1 or higher) cable between the COM1 port of the PC and the MMI connector (X100) on the ABISCO board of the master unit. 2. Launch the BTS Terminal according to the OS used (Windows NT) 3. At the BTS Terminal: User / Group name: COMMTE Password: COMMTE Click [ Logon ]. 4. In the main menu select the terminal: Select BTS Terminal (Evolium BTS) 5. Establish the connection: File Connect / Disconnect A message appears to confirm the connection.

Download the Operational Software

1. Only if the files are not already on the PC: Copy all the A9110E operational software files (BMXSAT49F or higher) into c:\A9110_op_sw (create the directory if the case). 2. Commissioning Download BTS-SW... Select at List files of type: on the left bottom corner: All files (*.*) Masterfile: bmxsat*9.49* (1) CPF File: 00o2atl*.ddl (1) (1) Click [ Browse ] to give the path of each file: c:\A9110_op_sw 3. Click [ Download ].

Follow the Downloading of the BTS

1. The following messages or windows appear during downloading: No operator action during next 80 seconds!!! BTS SW download in progress... Start operational software... No operator action during next 80 seconds!!! BTS SW download in progress... Initialization in progress... Receiving data... Reading all RIs . If the file downloading stops during several minutes and the BTS Terminal is showing no message or action, perform a second download of the BTS.

BE PATIENT:

2. WAIT for the Edit frequencies window, about 5 mn. 3. Select the Frequency band (GSM 900/ DCS 1800/ DCS 1900/ EGSM) 4. Select the test frequency by clicking [ Add ] or [ Remove ] in Available ARFNs list to obtain the correct frequencies in Select ARFNs list. The test frequencies are given by the customer (See Information Required (Section 1.8) ). 5. Click [ Submit ]. The Sector mapping Micro BTS window appears.

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6. Close the sector mapping window without any modification.

8.2 Initialize the Operational Software


Initialize the Operational Software
1. At BTS Terminal select: Commissioning Initialization All sectors... 2. Wait for the Initialization for commissioning in progress message to disappear 3. The HW check configuration window appears 4. Wait for the MTRE and ANX module downloading to finish. Activation is finished when the options in the commissioning menu becomes active.

8.3 Check the Module Status and Reset the BTS


Check the Status of the BTS
1. At BTS Terminal choose: Monitor BTS Modules 2. Check that BTS, CLLK and OMU and are IT. Ignore the error if present on EACB. 3. Check that the MTREs and TR_CLK are OP.

Reset the BTS

4. In the main menu Commissioning Reset BTS 5. Disconnect the BTS Terminal after the reset have been executed.

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9 Connecting to the BSC


This chapter describes how to connect the BTS to the BSC and verify the OML status.

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Purpose
Procedure

To connect the BTS to the BSC and check the OML status. 1. Connect the BTS to the BSC: Check that the BIE connectors are connected With BTS connected via the site distribution frame and an equipment distribution frame: disconnect the loop between the transmit and receive terminal blocks on the site distribution frame With SSC option: connect the PCM cable to connectors X2, X3 and X4 in the SSC connection area. 2. Check the state of the OML: on the SUM board check that the OML LED is ON (indicating the OML is IT). For further information about downloading the BTS from the BSC and network integration refer to Add BTS procedure.

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10 Finishing Commissioning
This chapter describes the final operations before leaving the site.

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Purpose To leave the site To return the commissioning report and inventory files to base. Procedure 1. Leave the BTS powered up 2. Leave the log book on site 3. Close the COBO door 4. Reposition the front cover and lock the bottom cover (if appropriate) 5. Close the SSC door (if appropriate) 6. Check the CCL and the appendices 7. Remove all other packaging and surplus equipment. 8. Clean the site 9. Close the site and hand the keys to the key holder 10. Return the completed forms and the inventory file related to the operation to base.

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Appendix A: Abbreviations
Abis ABISCO AC ACCO AN BCB BCCH BSC BSS BTS CLK COBO CPF DC DDF Dual Rate E-GSM ETS FIT GSM IEB MD MDT MMI MOCO MOFRA MSC Abis Interface: Interface between BSC and BTS ABIS COnnection board Alternating Current Alternating Current Connection board Antenna Network BTS Control Bus Broadcast Control Channel Base Station Controller Base Station Subsystem Base Transceiver Station Clock COnnection BOx Configuration Parameters File Direct Current Digital Distribution Frame Full rate and Half rate Extended band GSM European Telecomunication Standard Failure In Time Global System for Mobiles (900 MHz) Inter Entity Bus (between master and slave units) Multi Drop Manufacturers Delegate Testing Man Machine Interface MOFRA+COBO MOunting FRAme Mobile Switching Centre

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MSUMA MTRE MUX O&M OMC OMC-R OML OMU PCM RF RI RIT RSL SDCCH SBL SSC TCH TRE TREA TRED VSWR XBCB XIN

Micro-BTS Station Unit Module Micro-BTS Transceiver Multiplexer Operation and Maintenance Operation and Maintenance Centre Operation and Maintenance Centre - Radio (OMC of BSS) Operation and Maintenance Link Operation and Maintenance Unit Pulse Code Modulation (PCM link = 2.048 Mbit/s terrestrial link) Radio Frequency Remote Inventory Replaceable ITem Radio Signalling Link Slow Dedicated Control Channel Security BLock Site Support Cabinet Traffic Channel TRansceiver Equipment TRE - Analog part TRE - Digital part Voltage Standing Wave Ratio External BTS Control Bus External Input

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Appendix B : List of Items Required

Appendix B: List of Items Required


Installation Kits
The following table is used to check, on site, the mandatory or optional delivery item kits. The used symbols are: mandatory kit technical choice kit customer option kit Optional kits for BTS configuration Integrated antenna for GSM band Integrated antenna for DCS band VSWR detector for GSM band VSWR detector for DCS band Mnemo PUIT - ANTG PUIT - ANTD VSWG VSWD Reference 3BK 08581 AAAA 3BK 08582 AAAA 3BK 25062 AAAA 3BK 25063 AAAA Qty 1/ unit 1/ unit 1/ ant 1/ ant

List of Documents Required

The following table is used to check, at base, the availability of the necessary documents. 3DF 00462 0004 AAAGA 3DF 00300 0004 UAZZA 3BK 17416 0002 PCZZA 3BK 17257 0001RJZZA 3BK 20458 0001 RJZZA 8BL 00704 0015 DRBRA 8BL 00704 0052 DRAGA 8BL 00704 0016 DRBRA 3BK 20489 AAAA PCZZA

Catalogue of Technical and Logistic Information (ITL) Catalogue of Instruction Operation (IO) BSS Methods Handbook release B7 CI 08 Site Equipment Inventory Tools Catalogue for Field Activity
Site premises inspection form (CEL) SPP 36 - Specification for site preparation A9110 BTS BSS site premises inspection, post handover A9110 Crane HW Instruction Manual

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List of Software Required


Name Operating system

The following table is used to check, at base, the availability and version of the necessary software;refer to corresponding document for checking the SW version. Version checking See Tools Catalogue

A9110E BTS commissioning BTS-Terminal A9110E BTS-SW Operational software for the BTS BTSCAT02B (B7 MR6 Commissioning package) / TE BTSCAT02B (B7 MR6 Commissioning package) / SW BMxSAT49F or higher

Tools Required
Kit name Utility PC Power/ reflectometer Basic toolkit

The following table is used to check, at base, the availability of the necessary tools (See Tools Catalogue for content checking). Reference DES 002 DES 003 OUT 001 OUT 006 OUT 013 OUT 014 Calibration NO YES NO NO NO NO

Specific toolkit for A9110/A9110E BTS Test cables and plugs for A9110/A9110E BTS Radio connection kit

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Appendix C : Description of ABISCO and ACCO Boards

Appendix C: Description of ABISCO and ACCO Boards

ABISCO Boards

Figure 28: ABISCO board for A9110E

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LED2: SLAVE2
LED1: SLAVE1

LED3: MASTER

X109 CALCLK

X210

ABISTRACE

X211 HDSL
LED8 :

LED4 BTS_LMT OK

MPS ON

X108 FCLK
X104, X115 X105, X112

X100: MMI

X200
LED5: ABIS1 LED6: ABIS2

X106, X110 X107, X102

LED7* see table

Figure 29: ABISCO board for A9110

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Connectors Description

Figure 30: Connectors and LEDs on ABISCO

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ACCO Board

ACout BTS IEC Conn.

X401

FAN

X402

BTS fuses
(T=2.5 A)

L N N L PE N

X400 ACin, Mains

L PE N

FAN fuses
(T=2.5 A)

L PEN
SLAVE 2 X404

N L PE
SLAVE 1 X403

Figure 31: Mechanical Drawing of ACCO

X400

IEC connector (cable lenght ~ 10 cm) LP

AC in
(FFKDSA/V1 7.62)

X401

AC BTS T=2 x 2.5 A


X403

for 2.5 qmm

T=2 x 1.25 A
X402

ACo1 AC
FFKDSA/V1 7.62

GICV 2.5/ 3GF7.62


X404

ACo2
FFKDSA/V1 7.62

Figure 32: Electrical Drawing of ACCO

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Appendix D : Antenna Port and External Alarm Mapping Rules

Appendix D: Antenna Port and External Alarm Mapping Rules


Rules for antenna port mapping If there is an antenna port on a micro-BTS unit (master or slave), the corresponding field will be completed with the sector number (1...6) If there is no antenna port (units with one antenna output or unconnected slaves) the corresponding port will be completed with 0 (disabled) Example 1: Master unit with no slaves, two antenna outputs 1x2: Master port A: 1 Master port B: 1

Example 2: Master-slave configuration 3x4, no diversity Master port A: 1 Slave 1 port A: 1 Slave 11 port A: 2 Slave 12 port A: 2 Slave 2 port A: 3 Slave 21 port A: 3 Master port B: 0 Slave 1 port B: 0 Slave 11 port B: 0 Slave 12 port B: 0 Slave 2 port B: 0 Slave 21 port B: 0

Example 3: Master-slave configuration 2x6, with diversity Master port A: 1 Slave 1 port A: 2 Slave 11 port A: 2 Slave 12 port A: 2 Slave 2 port A: 1 Slave 21 port A: 1 Master port B: 1 Slave 1 port B: 2 Slave 11 port B: 2 Slave 12 port B: 2 Slave 2 port B: 1 Slave 21 port B: 1

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Appendix D : Antenna Port and External Alarm Mapping Rules

Rules for alarm mapping The mapping for alarms 9-56 are take into consideration only if the slave units are installed. Otherwise they are considered disabled and are not reported.

All the alarms that are not used are set to 255 . This means that they are disabled. Select each external alarm 1- 56 (See Figure 28 ) and modify the logical number as required. If you select [ Default Setting ] in the Remote Inventory window of UT_BCB_17, the good values will be directly mapped for the alarms, detailed in the following tables.

Note:

If the Fan Option was chosen, typical mapping of the fan alarms is: Ext. alarm (physical) Number (logical) to be mapped for dedicated external alarm reporting 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 Refers to...

08 16 24 32 40 48 56

Fan Alarm Master Fan Alarm Slave 1 Fan Alarm Slave 2 Fan Alarm Slave 11 Fan Alarm Slave 12 Fan Alarm Slave 21 Fan Alarm Slave 22

Note:

If the SSC Option was chosen, typical mapping of the SSC alarms is: Ext. alarm (physical) 01 02 03 Number (logical) to be mapped 11 02 03 Refers to...

SSC - Battery deep discharge SSC - Mains power failure SSC - Open door alarm

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Note:

If the VSWR Option was chosen, typical mapping of the fan alarms is: Ext. alarm (physical) 06 07 09 10 17 18 25 26 33 34 41 42 49 50 Number (logical) to be mapped 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 Refers to...

VSWR1 Alarm Master (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Master (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 1 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 1 (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 2 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 2 (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 11 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 11 (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 12 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 12 (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 21 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 21 (ANT B) VSWR1 Alarm Slave 22 (ANT A) VSWR2 Alarm Slave 22 (ANT B)

Note:

Other alarms to be mapped: Ext. alarm (physical) 04 05 12 13 20 21 28 29 36 37 Ext. alarm (logical) 04 05 12 13 20 21 28 29 36 37 Refers to... Door Alarm Master PMS Alarm Master Door Alarm Slave 1 PMS Alarm Slave 1 Door Alarm Slave 2 PMS Alarm Slave 2 Door Alarm Slave 11 PMS Alarm Slave 11 Door Alarm Slave 12 PMS Alarm Slave 12

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Ext. alarm (physical) 44 45 52 53 11, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 27, 30, 31, 35, 38, 39, 43, 46, 47, 51, 52, 55

Ext. alarm (logical) 44 45 52 53 255

Refers to... Door Alarm Slave 21 PMS Alarm Slave 21 Door Alarm Slave 22 PMS Alarm Slave 22 Disabled

Depending on the options installed, the alarm mapping can be changed according to the site situation.

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