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BTS3012

V300R008
Hardware Description(for 18TRX II)
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Date 2008-10-15
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About This Document.....................................................................................................................1
1 Components of the BTS3012 System......................................................................................1-1
2 BTS3012 Cabinet.........................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Appearance of the BTS3012 Cabinet..............................................................................................................2-2
2.2 Physical Structure of the BTS3012.................................................................................................................2-3
2.3 Cable Distribution of the BTS3012.................................................................................................................2-5
2.4 Engineering Specifications of the BTS3012...................................................................................................2-8
3 BTS3012 Auxiliary Equipment................................................................................................3-1
3.1 Sidepower........................................................................................................................................................3-2
3.2 EMU................................................................................................................................................................3-5
3.3 BTS3012 Sensors............................................................................................................................................3-5
4 BTS3012 Boards and Modules.................................................................................................4-1
4.1 List of the BTS3012 Boards and Modules......................................................................................................4-3
4.2 DATU..............................................................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.1 Functions of the DATU..........................................................................................................................4-5
4.2.2 Working Environment of the DATU.....................................................................................................4-5
4.2.3 LEDs and Ports on the DATU................................................................................................................4-5
4.2.4 DIP Switches on the DATU...................................................................................................................4-7
4.2.5 Specifications of the DATU...................................................................................................................4-9
4.3 DCCU............................................................................................................................................................4-10
4.3.1 Functions of the DCCU........................................................................................................................4-10
4.3.2 Working Principles of the DCCU........................................................................................................4-10
4.3.3 Ports on the DCCU...............................................................................................................................4-11
4.3.4 Specifications of the DCCU.................................................................................................................4-12
4.4 ECMB............................................................................................................................................................4-12
4.4.1 Functions of the ECMB........................................................................................................................4-13
4.4.2 Specifications of the ECMB.................................................................................................................4-13
4.5 DCOM...........................................................................................................................................................4-13
4.5.1 Functions of the DCOM.......................................................................................................................4-14
4.5.2 Working Environment of the DCOM...................................................................................................4-14
4.5.3 Working Principles of the DCOM.......................................................................................................4-14
4.5.4 Ports on the DCOM .............................................................................................................................4-15
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4.5.5 Specifications of the DCOM................................................................................................................4-16
4.6 DCSU............................................................................................................................................................4-16
4.6.1 Functions of the DCSU........................................................................................................................4-16
4.6.2 Ports on the DCSU...............................................................................................................................4-16
4.6.3 DIP Switches on the DCSU.................................................................................................................4-18
4.6.4 Specifications of the DCSU.................................................................................................................4-21
4.7 DDPU............................................................................................................................................................4-21
4.7.1 Functions of the DDPU........................................................................................................................4-21
4.7.2 Working Environment of the DDPU....................................................................................................4-22
4.7.3 Working Principles of the DDPU.........................................................................................................4-22
4.7.4 LEDs and Ports on the DDPU..............................................................................................................4-23
4.7.5 Specifications of the DDPU.................................................................................................................4-26
4.8 DEMU...........................................................................................................................................................4-26
4.8.1 Functions of the DEMU.......................................................................................................................4-27
4.8.2 Working Environment of the DEMU...................................................................................................4-27
4.8.3 Working Principles of the DEMU........................................................................................................4-28
4.8.4 LEDs and Port on the DEMU..............................................................................................................4-28
4.8.5 Specifications of the DEMU................................................................................................................4-30
4.9 DFCB............................................................................................................................................................4-31
4.9.1 Functions of the DFCB........................................................................................................................4-31
4.9.2 Working Environment of the DFCB....................................................................................................4-32
4.9.3 Working Principles of the DFCB.........................................................................................................4-32
4.9.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCB..............................................................................................................4-34
4.9.5 Specifications of the DFCB..................................................................................................................4-40
4.10 DFCU..........................................................................................................................................................4-41
4.10.1 Functions of the DFCU......................................................................................................................4-41
4.10.2 Working Environment of the DFCU..................................................................................................4-42
4.10.3 Working Principles of the DFCU.......................................................................................................4-42
4.10.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCU............................................................................................................4-44
4.10.5 Specifications of the DFCU...............................................................................................................4-51
4.11 DTMU.........................................................................................................................................................4-52
4.11.1 Functions of the DTMU.....................................................................................................................4-52
4.11.2 Working Environment of the DTMU.................................................................................................4-53
4.11.3 Working Principles of the DTMU......................................................................................................4-53
4.11.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTMU...........................................................................................................4-54
4.11.5 DIP Switches on the DTMU..............................................................................................................4-57
4.11.6 Specifications of the DTMU..............................................................................................................4-58
4.12 DTRB..........................................................................................................................................................4-59
4.12.1 Functions of the DTRB......................................................................................................................4-59
4.12.2 Working Principles of the DTRB.......................................................................................................4-59
4.12.3 Specifications of the DTRB...............................................................................................................4-60
4.13 DTRU..........................................................................................................................................................4-60
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4.13.1 Functions of the DTRU......................................................................................................................4-61
4.13.2 Working Environment of the DTRU..................................................................................................4-62
4.13.3 Working Principles of the DTRU.......................................................................................................4-62
4.13.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTRU............................................................................................................4-68
4.13.5 Specifications of the DTRU...............................................................................................................4-72
4.14 Fan Box.......................................................................................................................................................4-72
4.14.1 Functions of the Fan Box...................................................................................................................4-73
4.14.2 Working Principles of the Fan Box....................................................................................................4-73
4.14.3 LEDs and Ports on the Fan Box.........................................................................................................4-73
4.14.4 Specifications of the Fan Box............................................................................................................4-74
5 BTS3012 Cables...........................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 List of the BTS3012 Cables............................................................................................................................5-3
5.2 BTS3012 Power Cables..................................................................................................................................5-7
5.2.1 Power Cables for the BTS3012 Cabinet................................................................................................5-8
5.2.2 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DAFU Subrack..........................................................5-10
5.2.3 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DTRU Subrack..........................................................5-12
5.2.4 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Fan Subrack...............................................................5-14
5.2.5 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Common Subrack......................................................5-15
5.3 BTS3012 PGND Cables................................................................................................................................5-16
5.4 BTS3012 Transmission Cables.....................................................................................................................5-18
5.4.1 BTS3012 E1 Cable...............................................................................................................................5-18
5.4.2 Optical Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE.......................................................................................5-19
5.4.3 Ethernet Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE ...................................................................................5-20
5.5 BTS3012 Signal Cables................................................................................................................................5-22
5.5.1 Lightning Protection Failure Alarm Cable of the BTS3012................................................................5-23
5.5.2 Power Detection Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE.......................................................................5-24
5.5.3 Signal Cable for BTS3012 Cabinet Groups.........................................................................................5-26
5.5.4 BTS3012 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable................................................................................5-27
5.5.5 RET Control Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE...................................................................5-30
5.5.6 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DAFU Subrack of the BTS3012........................................5-31
5.5.7 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DTRB of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE................................5-34
5.5.8 Signal Transfer Cable for the Fan Subrack of the BTS3012................................................................5-37
5.5.9 Diversity Receive Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE................................5-39
5.5.10 Four-In-One Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE.......................................5-40
5.5.11 Signal Cable Between the DFCB and the DFCU of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE..............................5-40
5.6 BTS3012 RF Cables......................................................................................................................................5-41
5.6.1 RF Signal Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE..................................................................................5-42
5.6.2 Indoor 1/2-Inch Jumper of the BTS3012.............................................................................................5-43
5.7 Cables Between the BTS3012 and the Auxiliary Equipment.......................................................................5-44
5.7.1 Signal Cable for the External Environment Alarm Box of the BTS....................................................5-44
5.7.2 Power Cable Between the Sidepower and the BTS3012.....................................................................5-45
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Figure 1-1 BTS3012 system.................................................................................................................................1-1
Figure 2-1 BTS3012 cabinet................................................................................................................................2-2
Figure 2-2 Fully configured BTS3012 cabinet.....................................................................................................2-4
Figure 2-3 Cable distribution at the front of the cabinet......................................................................................2-6
Figure 2-4 Internal cable distribution on the top of the cabinet...........................................................................2-7
Figure 3-1 Sidepower...........................................................................................................................................3-2
Figure 3-2 Positive input copper bar of the Sidepower........................................................................................3-3
Figure 3-3 Negative input copper bar of the Sidepower......................................................................................3-3
Figure 3-4 Output ports on the Sidepower...........................................................................................................3-4
Figure 3-5 Wiring terminals of the door sensor...................................................................................................3-5
Figure 3-6 Wiring terminals of the water sensor..................................................................................................3-5
Figure 3-7 Wiring terminals of the smoke sensor................................................................................................3-6
Figure 3-8 Wiring terminals of the infrared sensor..............................................................................................3-6
Figure 3-9 Wiring terminals of the temperature and humidity sensor.................................................................3-6
Figure 4-1 Working environment of the DATU..................................................................................................4-5
Figure 4-2 DATU panel.......................................................................................................................................4-6
Figure 4-3 Layout of the DIP switches on the DATU.........................................................................................4-8
Figure 4-4 Functional structure of the DCCU....................................................................................................4-10
Figure 4-5 DCCU panel.....................................................................................................................................4-11
Figure 4-6 Working environment of the DCOM................................................................................................4-14
Figure 4-7 Functional structure of the DCOM...................................................................................................4-14
Figure 4-8 DCOM panel.....................................................................................................................................4-15
Figure 4-9 DCSU panel......................................................................................................................................4-17
Figure 4-10 Layout of the DIP switches on the DCSU......................................................................................4-18
Figure 4-11 Working environment of the DDPU...............................................................................................4-22
Figure 4-12 Working Principles of the DDPU...................................................................................................4-23
Figure 4-13 DDPU panel....................................................................................................................................4-24
Figure 4-14 Working environment of the DEMU..............................................................................................4-27
Figure 4-15 Functional structure of the DEMU.................................................................................................4-28
Figure 4-16 DEMU panel...................................................................................................................................4-29
Figure 4-17 Working environment of the DFCB (900 MHz)............................................................................4-32
Figure 4-18 Working environment of the DFCB (1800 MHz)..........................................................................4-32
Figure 4-19 Functional structure of the DFCB (900 MHz)................................................................................4-33
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Figure 4-20 Functional structure of the DFCB (1800 MHz)..............................................................................4-33
Figure 4-21 DFCB (900 MHz) panel.................................................................................................................4-35
Figure 4-22 DFCB (1800 MHz) panel...............................................................................................................4-39
Figure 4-23 Working environment of the DFCU (900 MHz)............................................................................4-42
Figure 4-24 Working environment of the DFCU (1800 MHz)..........................................................................4-42
Figure 4-25 Functional structure of the DFCU..................................................................................................4-43
Figure 4-26 DFCU (900 MHz) panel.................................................................................................................4-45
Figure 4-27 DFCU (1800 MHz) panel...............................................................................................................4-50
Figure 4-28 Working environment of the DTMU..............................................................................................4-53
Figure 4-29 Functional structure of the DTMU.................................................................................................4-54
Figure 4-30 DTMU panel...................................................................................................................................4-55
Figure 4-31 Layout of the DIP switches on the DTMU.....................................................................................4-57
Figure 4-32 Functional structure of the DTRB..................................................................................................4-60
Figure 4-33 Working Environment of the DTRU..............................................................................................4-62
Figure 4-34 Functional structure of the DTRU..................................................................................................4-63
Figure 4-35 Transmit independency mode.........................................................................................................4-64
Figure 4-36 PBT mode.......................................................................................................................................4-64
Figure 4-37 Wideband combination mode.........................................................................................................4-65
Figure 4-38 Transmit diversity mode.................................................................................................................4-65
Figure 4-39 Receive independency mode..........................................................................................................4-66
Figure 4-40 Receive diversity mode..................................................................................................................4-67
Figure 4-41 4-way receive diversity mode.........................................................................................................4-68
Figure 4-42 DTRU panel....................................................................................................................................4-69
Figure 4-43 Panel of the fan box........................................................................................................................4-73
Figure 5-1 Installation positions of the power cables for the cabinet...................................................................5-9
Figure 5-2 Power cable from the Busbar to the DAFU subrack........................................................................5-11
Figure 5-3 Power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack.........................................................................5-12
Figure 5-4 Power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack...............................................................................5-14
Figure 5-5 Power cable from the busbar to the common subrack......................................................................5-16
Figure 5-6 PGND cable......................................................................................................................................5-17
Figure 5-7 Installation positions of the PGND cables on top of the cabinet......................................................5-17
Figure 5-8 E1 cable............................................................................................................................................5-19
Figure 5-9 Optical cable.....................................................................................................................................5-20
Figure 5-10 Ethernet cable.................................................................................................................................5-21
Figure 5-11 Lightning protection failure alarm cable........................................................................................5-23
Figure 5-12 Power detection cable.....................................................................................................................5-24
Figure 5-13 Signal cable for cabinet groups.......................................................................................................5-26
Figure 5-14 Environment monitoring signal cable.............................................................................................5-28
Figure 5-15 RET control signal cable................................................................................................................5-30
Figure 5-16 Signal cable between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack...............................................................5-31
Figure 5-17 Signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB............................................................................5-35
Figure 5-18 Signal transfer cable for the fan subrack........................................................................................5-38
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Figure 5-19 Diversity receive short-circuiting cable..........................................................................................5-39
Figure 5-20 Four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable........................................................................................5-40
Figure 5-21 Signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU.............................................................................5-41
Figure 5-22 RF RX signal cable and RF TX signal cable..................................................................................5-42
Figure 5-23 Indoor 1/2-inch jumper...................................................................................................................5-43
Figure 5-24 Signal cable for the external environment alarm box.....................................................................5-44
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Tables
Table 2-1 Cable distribution of the cabinet..........................................................................................................2-7
Table 2-2 Dimensions (appearance).....................................................................................................................2-8
Table 2-3 Cabinet weight..................................................................................................................................... 2-8
Table 2-4 Specifications of the power input.........................................................................................................2-9
Table 2-5 Power consumption..............................................................................................................................2-9
Table 3-1 Input ports on the Sidepower............................................................................................................... 3-3
Table 3-2 Output ports on the Sidepower.............................................................................................................3-4
Table 4-1 List of boards and modules..................................................................................................................4-3
Table 4-2 LEDs on the DATU panel....................................................................................................................4-6
Table 4-3 Ports on the DATU panel.....................................................................................................................4-7
Table 4-4 Setting of DIP switches on the DATU.................................................................................................4-8
Table 4-5 Specifications for the DATU............................................................................................................... 4-9
Table 4-6 Ports on the DCCU panel...................................................................................................................4-12
Table 4-7 Specifications for the DCCU.............................................................................................................4-12
Table 4-8 Specifications for the ECMB.............................................................................................................4-13
Table 4-9 Ports on the DCOM panel..................................................................................................................4-15
Table 4-10 Specifications for the DCOM...........................................................................................................4-16
Table 4-11 Ports on the DCSU panel.................................................................................................................4-17
Table 4-12 Settings of SW1................................................................................................................................4-19
Table 4-13 Settings of SW11..............................................................................................................................4-19
Table 4-14 Settings of SW6 and SW7................................................................................................................4-19
Table 4-15 Settings of SW8................................................................................................................................4-20
Table 4-16 Settings of SW9 and SW10..............................................................................................................4-20
Table 4-17 Settings of SW15SW18..................................................................................................................4-20
Table 4-18 Settings of SW19..............................................................................................................................4-21
Table 4-19 Specifications for the DCSU............................................................................................................4-21
Table 4-20 LEDs on the DDPU panel................................................................................................................4-24
Table 4-21 Ports on the DDPU panel.................................................................................................................4-25
Table 4-22 Specifications for the DDPU............................................................................................................4-26
Table 4-23 LEDs on the DEMU panel...............................................................................................................4-29
Table 4-24 Port on the DEMU panel..................................................................................................................4-30
Table 4-25 Specifications for the DEMU...........................................................................................................4-30
Table 4-26 LEDs on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel..............................................................................................4-35
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Table 4-27 Ports on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel...............................................................................................4-36
Table 4-28 LEDs on the DFCB (1800 MHz) panel............................................................................................4-39
Table 4-29 Specifications for the DFCB............................................................................................................4-41
Table 4-30 LEDs on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel.............................................................................................4-45
Table 4-31 Ports on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel..............................................................................................4-46
Table 4-32 LEDs on the DFCU (1800 MHz) panel...........................................................................................4-50
Table 4-33 Specifications for the DFCU............................................................................................................4-51
Table 4-34 LEDs on the DTMU panel...............................................................................................................4-55
Table 4-35 Ports on the DTMU panel................................................................................................................4-56
Table 4-36 Settings of the DIP switches on the DTMU.....................................................................................4-57
Table 4-37 Specifications for the DTMU...........................................................................................................4-58
Table 4-38 Specifications for the DTRB............................................................................................................4-60
Table 4-39 LEDs on the DTRU panel................................................................................................................4-69
Table 4-40 Description of the ports on the DTRU.............................................................................................4-71
Table 4-41 Specifications of the DTRU.............................................................................................................4-72
Table 4-42 LEDs on the fan box........................................................................................................................4-74
Table 4-43 Ports on the panel of the fan box......................................................................................................4-74
Table 4-44 Specifications of the fan box............................................................................................................4-74
Table 5-1 List of the BTS3012 cables..................................................................................................................5-3
Table 5-2 Installation positions of the power cables for the cabinet....................................................................5-9
Table 5-3 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack.......................................5-11
Table 5-4 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack..............................5-12
Table 5-5 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack.......................................5-13
Table 5-6 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack..............................5-13
Table 5-7 Pin assignment for the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack............................................5-15
Table 5-8 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack....................................5-15
Table 5-9 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the common subrack....................................5-16
Table 5-10 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the common subrack.........................5-16
Table 5-11 Installation positions of the PGND cables.......................................................................................5-18
Table 5-12 Installation positions of the E1 cable...............................................................................................5-19
Table 5-13 Installation positions of the optical cable.........................................................................................5-20
Table 5-14 Pin assignment of the Ethernet cable...............................................................................................5-21
Table 5-15 Installation positions of the Ethernet cable......................................................................................5-22
Table 5-16 Pin assignment for the lightning protection failure alarm cable......................................................5-23
Table 5-17 Installation positions of the lightning protection failure alarm cable...............................................5-24
Table 5-18 Installation position of the forward power detection cable..............................................................5-25
Table 5-19 Installation position of the reverse power detection cable...............................................................5-25
Table 5-20 Pin assignment of the signal cable for cabinet groups.....................................................................5-26
Table 5-21 Installation positions of the signal cable for cabinet groups............................................................5-27
Table 5-22 Pin assignment of the environment monitoring signal cable...........................................................5-28
Table 5-23 Installation positions of the environment monitoring signal cable..................................................5-30
Table 5-24 Installation positions of the RET control signal cable.....................................................................5-30
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Table 5-25 Pin assignment of W1......................................................................................................................5-32
Table 5-26 Pin assignment of W2......................................................................................................................5-32
Table 5-27 Pin assignment of W3......................................................................................................................5-33
Table 5-28 Installation positions of the signal cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack...................5-34
Table 5-29 Pin assignment of the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB...........................................5-35
Table 5-30 Installation positions of the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB..................................5-37
Table 5-31 Pin assignment of W1......................................................................................................................5-38
Table 5-32 Installation positions of the fan subrack signal transfer cable.........................................................5-38
Table 5-33 Installation position of the diversity receive short-circuiting cable.................................................5-39
Table 5-34 Installation position of the four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable...............................................5-40
Table 5-35 Installation positions of the signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU..................................5-41
Table 5-36 Installation positions of the RF signal cables...................................................................................5-42
Table 5-37 Installation positions of the indoor 1/2-inch jumper........................................................................5-43
Table 5-38 Pin assignment for the signal cable for the external environment alarm box..................................5-45
Table 5-39 Installation positions of the signal cable for the external environment alarm box..........................5-45
Table 5-40 Installation positions of the power cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3012......................5-45
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About This Document
Purpose
This document provides an overview of BTS3012 hardware for planning and deploying the
BTS3012. It describes the configurations, functions, and specifications of the subracks, boards,
and parts in a BTS3012 cabinet. This document also describes the classification of cables,
specifications for connectors, and installation positions of cables.
Product Version
The following table lists the product version related to this document.
Product Name Product Version
BTS3012 V300R008

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
l BTS3012 installers
l Site maintainers
Change History
For changes in the document, refer to Changes in BTS3012 Hardware Description (for
18TRX II).
Organization
1 Components of the BTS3012 System
This describes the components of the BTS3012 system. The BTS3012 system consists of the
BTS3012 cabinet, antenna subsystem, OM equipment, and auxiliary equipment.
2 BTS3012 Cabinet
The BTS3012 cabinet consists of the common subrack, DAFU subrack, DTRU subrack, fan
subrack, and transmission subrack. The BTS3012 cabinet is designed in compliance with the
IEC60297 standard. It has a modular structure. The cabinet is used to process the signals within
the BTS.
3 BTS3012 Auxiliary Equipment
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The BTS3012 auxiliary equipment includes the Sidepower, EMU, and sensors.
4 BTS3012 Boards and Modules
The BTS3012 boards include the DTMU, DEMU, DATU, DCSU, DCCU, ECMB, and DTRB.
The modules include the DTRU, DCOM, DDPU, DFCU, DFCB, and fan box.
5 BTS3012 Cables
This describes the functions, appearance, assignment of pins, and installation positions of the
BTS3012 cables.
Conventions
1. Symbol Conventions
The following symbols may be found in this document. They are defined as follows
Symbol Description
DANGER
Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk that, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which, if
not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could cause equipment damage, data loss, and performance
degradation, or unexpected results.
TIP Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save your
time.
NOTE
Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement
important points of the main text.
2. General Conventions
Convention Description
Times New Roman Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.
Boldface Names of files,directories,folders,and users are in boldface. For
example,log in as user root .
Italic Book titles are in italics.
Courier New Terminal display is in Courier New.
3. Command Conventions
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Convention Description
Boldface The keywords of a command line are in boldface.
Italic Command arguments are in italic.
[ ] Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are optional.
{x | y | ...} Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical
bars.One is selected.
[ x | y | ... ] Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets and
separated by vertical bars.One or none is selected.
{ x | y | ... } * Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical
bars.A minimum of one or a maximum of all can be selected.
[ x | y | ... ] * Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical
bars.A minimum of zero or a maximum of all can be selected.
4. GUI Conventions
Convention Description
Boldface Buttons,menus,parameters,tabs,window,and dialog titles are in
boldface. For example,click OK.
> Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs.
For example,choose File > Create > Folder .
5. Keyboard Operation
Convention Description
Key Press the key.For example,press Enter and press Tab.
Key1+Key2 Press the keys concurrently.For example,pressing Ctrl+Alt+A
means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.
Key1,Key2 Press the keys in turn.For example,pressing Alt,A means the two
keys should be pressed in turn.
6. Mouse Operation
Action Description
Click Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the
pointer.
Double-click Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly
without moving the pointer.
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Action Description
Drag Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer
to a certain position.
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1 Components of the BTS3012 System
This describes the components of the BTS3012 system. The BTS3012 system consists of the
BTS3012 cabinet, antenna subsystem, OM equipment, and auxiliary equipment.
Figure 1-1 shows the BTS3012 system.
Figure 1-1 BTS3012 system
BTS3012
system
Antenna
BTS3012 cabinet
OM equipment
Auxiliary
equipment
Cabinet
The BTS3012 cabinet is the core of the BTS3012 system. It processes baseband signals and RF
signals.
Antenna System
The antenna subsystem receives UL signals and transmits DL signals on the Um interface.
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OM Equipment
The OM equipment performs the OM functions of the BTS such as security management, alarm
management, data configuration, and maintenance management. The BTS3012 supports three
OM modes: Site Maintenance Terminal, LMT, and Network iManager.
Auxiliary Equipment
The BTS3012 can be configured with the auxiliary equipment such as 3.1 Sidepower, 3.2
EMU, and various sensors. The auxiliary equipment converts the power supply, monitors the
environment of the equipment room and the BTS, and reports environment alarms.
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About This Chapter
The BTS3012 cabinet consists of the common subrack, DAFU subrack, DTRU subrack, fan
subrack, and transmission subrack. The BTS3012 cabinet is designed in compliance with the
IEC60297 standard. It has a modular structure. The cabinet is used to process the signals within
the BTS.
2.1 Appearance of the BTS3012 Cabinet
This describes the BTS3012 cabinet, which is designed in compliance with the IEC60297
standard. The BTS3012 cabinet is blue gray in color and vertical in appearance.
2.2 Physical Structure of the BTS3012
This describes the physical structure of the BTS3012. The BTS3012 consists of the BTS3012
cabinet, antenna subsystem, and operation and maintenance (OM) equipment.
2.3 Cable Distribution of the BTS3012
This describes the cable distribution of the BTS3012. It consists of the cable distribution at the
front of the cabinet and that on the top of the cabinet.
2.4 Engineering Specifications of the BTS3012
This describes the BTS3012 engineering specifications, which include dimensions, weight,
power supply, and power consumption.
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2.1 Appearance of the BTS3012 Cabinet
This describes the BTS3012 cabinet, which is designed in compliance with the IEC60297
standard. The BTS3012 cabinet is blue gray in color and vertical in appearance.
Figure 2-1 shows the BTS3012 cabinet.
Figure 2-1 BTS3012 cabinet
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2.2 Physical Structure of the BTS3012
This describes the physical structure of the BTS3012. The BTS3012 consists of the BTS3012
cabinet, antenna subsystem, and operation and maintenance (OM) equipment.
Physical Structure of the BTS3012 Cabinet
The BTS3012 cabinet has the following components: DAFU subrack, DTRU subrack, fan
subrack, common subrack, transmission subrack, and power distribution unit.
Figure 2-2 shows a fully configured BTS3012 cabinet in S6/6/6 configuration.
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Figure 2-2 Fully configured BTS3012 cabinet
Air Inlet
Wiring
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T
R
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D
T
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D
T
R
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D
T
R
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D
T
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Wiring
FAN
Transmission Unit
D
T
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Power
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Air Inlet
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(1) Transmission subrack (2) Common subrack (3) DTRU subrack 0
(4) Fan subrack (5) DTRU subrack 1 (6) DAFU subrack
(7) Power distribution unit
l DAFU subrack
The DAFU subrack can be configured with the 4.7 DDPU, 4.5 DCOM, 4.10 DFCU, or
4.9 DFCB.
For details on the DAFU subrack, refer to BTS3012 RF Front-End Subsystem.
l DTRU subrack
The DTRU subracks can hold up to nine 4.13 DTRUs.
For details on the DTRU subrack, refer to BTS3012 Double-Transceiver Subsystem.
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l Fan subrack
The fan subrack is configured with one fan box that holds four fans and one fan monitoring
board.
For details on the fan subrack, refer to 4.14.1 Functions of the Fan Box.
l Common subrack
The common subrack is installed below the fan subrack. It holds the following parts:
4.11 DTMU
4.8 DEMU
4.2 DATU
4.6 DCSU
4.3 DCCU
For details on the common subrack, refer to BTS3012 Common Subsystem.
l Power distribution unit
The power distribution unit consists of the DC lightning arrester, PGND bar, busbar
terminal socket on top of the cabinet, and the busbar at the right of the cabinet.
For details on the power distribution unit, refer to BTS3012 Power Subsystem.
l Transmission subrack
The transmission subrack is located below the common subrack. The transmission subrack
reserves space for installing the baseband unit (BBU). The SDH and microwave
transmission equipment can be installed in the transmission subrack.
Physical Structure of the Antenna Subsystem
For details on the antenna subsystem, refer to Antenna Subsystem of the BTS.
Physical Structure of the OM Equipment
For details on the OM equipment, refer to OM System of the BTS.
2.3 Cable Distribution of the BTS3012
This describes the cable distribution of the BTS3012. It consists of the cable distribution at the
front of the cabinet and that on the top of the cabinet.
Front Cable Connections
Figure 2-3 shows the cable distribution at the front of the cabinet. The red dashed lines indicate
the power cables and the blue ones indicate the signal cables.
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Figure 2-3 Cable distribution at the front of the cabinet
Signal cable Power cable
DCOM DDPU DDPU DDPU DCOM DCOM
DTRU
DTRU DTRU DTRU
DTRU DTRU DTRU DTRU DTRU
17
14 13 12
3
5
20
18.1 18.2 19.2 18.3
16.1 16.2 16.3
16
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
4
12
13
14
5
4
11
19.3 19.1
3
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Internal Cable Distribution at the Top of the Cabinet
Figure 2-4 shows the internal cable distribution on the top of the cabinet.
Figure 2-4 Internal cable distribution on the top of the cabinet
DC power
distribution
equipment
DC lightning
protection board
Power input wiring terminal block
Protection grounding bar
-48V
GND
0
3
1
2
To protection
grounding bar
in equipment room
Cable Distribution of the Cabinet
Table 2-1 describes the cable distribution of the cabinet.
Table 2-1 Cable distribution of the cabinet
Cable
Number
Cable Type Quantity
0 External input power cables 1 pair
1 Power cables between the wiring
copper bar on top of the cabinet
and the busbar
1 pair
2 PGND cable 1
3 Lightning protection alarm signal
cable
1
4 Power cable between the busbar
and the FAN subrack
1
5 Power cable between the busbar
and the common subrack
1
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6 to 14 Power cables between the busbar
and the DTRU subrack
9
15 (15.1,
15.2, 15.3),
16 (16.1,
16.2, 16.3)
Power cables between the busbar
and the DAFU subrack
2
17 Signal cable between the DCSU
and the DTRB
1
18 (18.1,
18.2, 18.3),
19 (19.1,
19.2, 19.3)
Signal cables between the DCSU
and the DAFU subrack
2
20 Signal transfer cable for the fan
subrack
1
21 Environment monitoring signal
cable
1

2.4 Engineering Specifications of the BTS3012
This describes the BTS3012 engineering specifications, which include dimensions, weight,
power supply, and power consumption.
Dimensions
Table 2-2 Dimensions (appearance)
Item Width (mm) Depth (mm) Height (mm)
Cabinet 600 450 1600
Cabinet + power distribution
unit
600 450 1661

Weight
Table 2-3 Cabinet weight
Configuration Type Cabinet Weight (kg)
Empty cabinet (including the boards in the common
subrack)
120
Full configuration (S6/6/6) 220

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Power Supply
The power input of the BTS3012 meets the specifications of the rated power of -48 V DC, which
are defined in ETS 300 132-2. The specifications are listed in Table 2-4.
Table 2-4 Specifications of the power input
Power Type Rated Value Permissible Range
-48 V DC -48 V DC -40 V DC to -60 V DC

NOTE
The BTS3012 cabinet supports power inputs such as 110 V AC, 220 V AC, or +24 V DC, using the external
power.
Power Consumption
Table 2-5 lists the power consumption values of the BTS3012 when the DTRUs are used.
Table 2-5 Power consumption
Parame
ter
Configuration Type Power
Consumption
(Unit: W)
Typical
value
(when
the
traffic
volume
is 30%)
900 MHz/850 MHz 40 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
1350
900 MHz/850 MHz 60 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
1650
1800 MHz/1900 MHz 40 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
1500
1800 MHz/1900 MHz 60 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
1650
Maximu
m Value
900 MHz/850 MHz 40 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
2700
900 MHz/850 MHz 60 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
3350
1800 MHz/1900 MHz 40 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
3250
1800 MHz/1900 MHz 60 W TRX, full configuration
(S6/6/6)
3800

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3 BTS3012 Auxiliary Equipment
About This Chapter
The BTS3012 auxiliary equipment includes the Sidepower, EMU, and sensors.
3.1 Sidepower
This describes the Sidepower. It is an auxiliary equipment to supply power to the BTS. The
Sidepower converts the 24 V DC voltage to -48 V DC voltage for the BTS.
3.2 EMU
This describes the functions of the EMU. It monitors the surrounding environment of the
equipment room and reports the results to the main control board of the BTS.
3.3 BTS3012 Sensors
This describes the sensors, which are used to detect the environment variables of the BTS and
report various environment alarm information. The sensors include the door sensor, water sensor,
smoke sensor, infrared sensor, and temperature and humidity sensor.
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3.1 Sidepower
This describes the Sidepower. It is an auxiliary equipment to supply power to the BTS. The
Sidepower converts the 24 V DC voltage to -48 V DC voltage for the BTS.
Appearance
Figure 3-1 shows the Sidepower.
Figure 3-1 Sidepower
Close the front door Open the front door
Input Ports
The input ports of the Sidepower are located on top of the cabinet. Figure 3-2 shows the positive
input copper bar.
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Figure 3-2 Positive input copper bar of the Sidepower
2
1
(1) Front door of the Sidepower (2) Positive input copper bar
Figure 3-3 shows the negative input copper bar on the Sidepower.
Figure 3-3 Negative input copper bar of the Sidepower
1
2
(1) Front door of the Sidepower (2) Negative input copper bar
Table 3-1 describes the input ports on the Sidepower.
Table 3-1 Input ports on the Sidepower
Port Terminal Specifications Connecting to...
Positive input copper bar Four M8 bolts Positive pole of the power
supply
Negative input copper bar Four M8 bolts Negative pole of the power
supply

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Output Ports
Figure 3-4 shows the output ports on the Sidepower.
Figure 3-4 Output ports on the Sidepower

OUTPU T VOLTAGE
Load1 Load2
RTN
AUX12 AUX34

OUTPUT CURRENT

SPD BOX

There is a fault
When any LED is off
Lightning
Protection Indicator
SPD11D
1
2
(1) Positive output copper bar (2) Negative output air breaker
Table 3-2 describes the output ports on the Sidepower.
Table 3-2 Output ports on the Sidepower
Port Capacity Terminal type Connecting to...
Positive output
copper bar
- Two M8 bolts and
four M5 screws
Positive pole of the
power supply for the
power system load
Negative output air
breaker
100A One M8 bolt Negative pole of the
power supply for the
power system load
100A One M8 bolt
32A Two M5 screws
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3.2 EMU
This describes the functions of the EMU. It monitors the surrounding environment of the
equipment room and reports the results to the main control board of the BTS.
The EMU is connected to the main equipment through the alarm cable. It performs the following
functions:
l Provides access for 24 dry contact alarm inputs.
l Provides the input port for one power input. The power supply input port applies to the
48 V power system, whose voltage ranges from 36 V to 72 V.
l Provides an RS-485 port to communicate with the DTMU.
l Provides reverse connection protection for power cable connectors.
For details on the functions and installations of the EMU, refer to EMU User Guide.
3.3 BTS3012 Sensors
This describes the sensors, which are used to detect the environment variables of the BTS and
report various environment alarm information. The sensors include the door sensor, water sensor,
smoke sensor, infrared sensor, and temperature and humidity sensor.
Door Sensor
The door sensor is placed at the intersection of the door frame and door. It detects the opening
and closing of the door. Figure 3-5 shows its wiring terminals.
Figure 3-5 Wiring terminals of the door sensor
Door sensor
Wiring terminals of
door sensor
S-
S+ Gate
GRND
DB44.11
DB44.26
Water Sensor
The water sensor is horizontally placed in the places that are subject to be immersed by water
in the equipment room. It detects whether the BTS is immersed by water. Figure 3-6 shows its
wiring terminals.
Figure 3-6 Wiring terminals of the water sensor
Red
white GRND
+12VA1
Green
Water
Water
sensor
DB44.30
DB44.15
DB44.35
Wiring
terminals
of water sensor
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Smoke Sensor
The smoke sensor is placed at the center of the ceiling. It detects whether the BTS or the
equipment is on fire. Figure 3-7 shows its wiring terminals.
Figure 3-7 Wiring terminals of the smoke sensor
Smoke
sensor
Wiring
terminals
of smoke sensor
POWER-
POWER+ Smoke 24V
Smoke
DB44.13
DB44.12
Infrared Sensor
The infrared sensor is placed on the wall, 1.5 m higher than the floor. It detects whether there is
illegal intrusion. Figure 3-8 shows its wiring terminals.
Figure 3-8 Wiring terminals of the infrared sensor
Wiring
terminals
of infrared sensor
OPTI
R+
POWER+
POWER- GRND
R-
Infrared
sensor
DB44.43
DB44.34
DB44.34
+12VA1
Short
circuit
Humidity/Temperature Sensor
The temperature and humidity sensor is placed on the wall, 1.5 m higher than the floor. It detects
whether the temperature or humidity exceeds the threshold. Figure 3-9 shows its wiring
terminals.
Figure 3-9 Wiring terminals of the temperature and humidity sensor
Wiring terminals of
temperature and
humidity sensor
T+
HUMI
RH+
RH-
T- TEMP
DB44.8
Temperature
and
humidity sensor
+12VA1
+12VA1
DB44.7
DB44.13
DB44.9
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About This Chapter
The BTS3012 boards include the DTMU, DEMU, DATU, DCSU, DCCU, ECMB, and DTRB.
The modules include the DTRU, DCOM, DDPU, DFCU, DFCB, and fan box.
4.1 List of the BTS3012 Boards and Modules
This provides the list of the BTS3012 boards and modules. The boards are the DTMU, DATU,
DCSU, DCCU, ECMB, DEMU, and DTRB. The BTS3012 modules include DTRU, DCOM,
DDPU, DFCU, DFCB, and fan box.
4.2 DATU
The Antenna and TMA Control Unit for DTRU BTS (DATU) can be installed in slot 2, 3, or 4
(from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack. The DATU is an optional board. A
maximum of two DATUs can be configured.
4.3 DCCU
The Cable Connection Unit for DTRU BTS (DCCU) is placed in slot 6 (from left to right) of
the DCMB in the common subrack. The DCCU is a mandatory board. Only one DCCU can be
configured.
4.4 ECMB
The Enhanced Module Backplane for DTRU BTS (ECMB) is the backplane for the common
subrack and DTRU subrack 0. The ECMB is a mandatory board. There are 10 slots on the ECMB.
4.5 DCOM
The Combining Unit for DTRU BTS (DCOM) is placed in the DAFU subrack. It can be inserted
in the DAFU subrack with the DDPU. The DCOM is optional and up to three DCOMs can be
configured. The precondition for configuring the DCOM is that the wideband combination
function in the DTRU must be used when there is an additional requirements for the combination
of signals.
4.6 DCSU
The Combined cabinet Signal connection Unit for DTRU BTS (DCSU) is placed in slot 5 of the
common subrack. The DCSU is a mandatory board. Only one DCSU can be configured.
4.7 DDPU
The Dual-Duplexer Unit for DTRU BTS (DDPU) is configured in the DAFU subrack with the
DCOM. The DDPU is an optional module. You can choose to configure DDPU or DFCU.
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Generally, three DDPUs are configured. If the DCOM is not configured, a maximum of six
DDPUs can be configured.
4.8 DEMU
The Environment Monitoring Unit for DTRU BTS (DEMU) can be installed in slot 2, 3, or 4
(from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack. The DEMU is an optional board. Only
one DEMU can be configured.
4.9 DFCB
The Filter Combiner Unit for DTRU BTS (DFCU) is located in the RF front-end subrack of the
BTS. There are two types of DFCB in terms of frequency band: DFCB (900 MHz) and DFCB
(1800 MHz). The DFCB is an optional module. The BTS3012 can be configured with the DDPU
or the combination of DFCU and DFCB.
4.10 DFCU
The Filter Combiner Unit for DTRU BTS (DFCU) is located in the RF front-end subrack of the
BTS. There are two types of DFCU in terms of frequency band: DFCU (900 MHz) and DFCU
(1800 MHz). The DFCU is optional. The BTS3012 can be configured with the DDPU or the
DFCU.
4.11 DTMU
The Transmission/Timing/Management Unit for DTRU BTS (DTMU) is an entity for basic
transmission and control in the BTS3012. It works as a main controller. The DTMU is a
mandatory module inserted in slots 0 (from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack.
4.12 DTRB
The Double-Transceiver Unit Backplane (DTRB) is placed in the DTRU subrack. The DTRB
provides six slots to house the DTRUs.
4.13 DTRU
The Double-Transceiver Unit (DTRU) is placed in the double-transceiver subsystem of the BTS.
One DTRU consists of two TRXs.
4.14 Fan Box
The fan box forms a loop with the air inlet box to provide forced ventilation and dissipation for
the common subrack, DTRU subrack, and DAFU subrack.
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4.1 List of the BTS3012 Boards and Modules
This provides the list of the BTS3012 boards and modules. The boards are the DTMU, DATU,
DCSU, DCCU, ECMB, DEMU, and DTRB. The BTS3012 modules include DTRU, DCOM,
DDPU, DFCU, DFCB, and fan box.
Table 4-1 lists the boards and modules of the BTS3012.
Table 4-1 List of boards and modules
Subrack Board
or
Modul
e
Chinese
Name
Full Spelling Number of
Boards or
Modules
Configured in
a Single
Cabinet
Full
Confi
gurati
on
Mini
mum
Confi
gurati
on
Common
subrack
DTMU Timing/
transmission
and
management
unit
Transmission/Timing/
Management Unit for DTRU
BTS
1 1
DATU Antenna and
TMA control
unit
Antenna and TMA Control
Unit for DTRU BTS
2 0
DCSU Signal transfer
unit for
combined
cabinets
Combined cabinet Signal
connection Unit for DTRU
BTS
1 1
DCCU Signal transfer
unit
Cable Connection Unit for
DTRU BTS
1 1
DEMU Environment
monitoring
unit
Environment Monitoring Unit
for DTRU BTS
1 0
ECMB Common
subrack and
backplane 0 in
double-
transceiver
TRX subrack
Enhanced Common Module
Backplane for DTRU BTS
1 1
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Subrack Board
or
Modul
e
Chinese
Name
Full Spelling Number of
Boards or
Modules
Configured in
a Single
Cabinet
Full
Confi
gurati
on
Mini
mum
Confi
gurati
on
DTRU
subrack
DTRU Double-
transceiver unit
Double-Transceiver Unit 9 1
DTRB Backplane 1 in
the double-
transceiver
TRX subrack
Double-Transceiver Unit
Backplane
1 1
DAFU
subrack
DCOM Combining
unit
Combining Unit for DTRU
BTS
3 0
DDPU Dual-Duplexer Dual-Duplexer Unit for
DTRU BTS
6 0
DFCU Cavity filter
combiner
Filter Combiner Unit for
DTRU BTS
3 0
DFCB Cavity filter
combiner
Filter Combiner Unit for
DTRU BTS
1 0
NFAN
subrack
Fan
Box
Fan Box Fan Module 1 1

4.2 DATU
The Antenna and TMA Control Unit for DTRU BTS (DATU) can be installed in slot 2, 3, or 4
(from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack. The DATU is an optional board. A
maximum of two DATUs can be configured.
4.2.1 Functions of the DATU
This describes the functions of the DATU.
4.2.2 Working Environment of the DATU
This describes the working environment of the DATU.
4.2.3 LEDs and Ports on the DATU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DATU panel. The three LEDS on the DATU panel
indicate the operating status of the DATU. Of the six ports on the DATU panel, three ports
provide power for the TMA, while the other three ports provide power for the TMA and transmit
control signals for the RET antenna.
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4.2.4 DIP Switches on the DATU
This describes the DIP switches on the DATU. There are three DIP switches on the DATU:
SW1, SW2, and SW3. SW1 enables the loading of single-chip microcomputers in case of
debugging. SW2 to SW3 enable the power supply to the antenna through the feeder.
4.2.5 Specifications of the DATU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DATU.
4.2.1 Functions of the DATU
This describes the functions of the DATU.
The DATU performs the following functions:
l Controls the RET antenna
l Feeds power to the TMA
l Reports the RET control alarm signals
l Monitors the current from the feeder
4.2.2 Working Environment of the DATU
This describes the working environment of the DATU.
Figure 4-1 shows the working environment of the DATU.
Figure 4-1 Working environment of the DATU
The DATU receives and processes the signals from the DTMU, and then generates the RET
control signals. The DATU also supplies power for the TMA through the Bias-Tee. The DATU
communicates with the DTMU through the CBUS3.
4.2.3 LEDs and Ports on the DATU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DATU panel. The three LEDS on the DATU panel
indicate the operating status of the DATU. Of the six ports on the DATU panel, three ports
provide power for the TMA, while the other three ports provide power for the TMA and transmit
control signals for the RET antenna.
Figure 4-2 shows the DATU panel.
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Figure 4-2 DATU panel
DATU
RUN
ACT
ALM
ANT0
ANT1
ANT2
ANT3
ANT4
ANT5
Table 4-2 lists the LEDs on the DATU panel.
Table 4-2 LEDs on the DATU panel
LED Color Descript
ion
Status Meaning
RUN Green Operating
indicator
of the
board
Blinking once
every four
seconds
There is power supply but the
communication with the DTMU is
abnormal.
Blinking once
every two
seconds
The board is running normally and
the communication with the
DTMU is normal.
Off There is no power supply or the
board is faulty.
ACT Green Service
running
indicator
On The AISG link is normal.
Off The AISG link is abnormal.
Fast flash at
unfixed intervals
There is transmission on the AISG
link.
ALM Red Indicates
whether
there are
alarms
On An alarm is generated, such as an
overcurrent alarm.
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Table 4-3 lists the ports on the DATU panel.
Table 4-3 Ports on the DATU panel
Port Type Cable Function
ANT0 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
RET antenna and
transmitting control signals
for the RET antenna
ANT1 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
antenna
ANT2 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
RET antenna and
transmitting control signals
for the RET antenna
ANT3 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
antenna
ANT4 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
RET antenna and
transmitting control signals
for the RET antenna
ANT5 SMA female
connector
Control signal cable of the
RET antenna
Providing power for the
antenna

4.2.4 DIP Switches on the DATU
This describes the DIP switches on the DATU. There are three DIP switches on the DATU:
SW1, SW2, and SW3. SW1 enables the loading of single-chip microcomputers in case of
debugging. SW2 to SW3 enable the power supply to the antenna through the feeder.
Figure 4-3 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the DATU and their factory settings.
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Figure 4-3 Layout of the DIP switches on the DATU
ON
OFF
SW1
4 1
4 1
SW3
4 1
SW2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Table 4-4 describes the settings of the DIP switches on the DATU.
Table 4-4 Setting of DIP switches on the DATU
DIP Switch DIP Bit ON/OFF Description
SW1 1 ON Enables the single-chip microcomputer
loading in case of debugging
OFF Indicates the setting in normal working
mode
2 ON Enables the single-chip microcomputer
loading in case of debugging
OFF Indicates the setting in normal working
mode
3 ON Indicates the setting in normal working
mode
OFF Enables the single-chip microcomputer
loading in case of debugging
4 ON Indicates the setting in normal working
mode
OFF Enables the single-chip microcomputer
loading in case of debugging
SW2 1 ON No.1 feed output: ON
OFF No.1 feed output: OFF
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DIP Switch DIP Bit ON/OFF Description
2 ON No.2 feed output: ON
OFF No.2 feed output: OFF
3 ON No.3 feed output: ON
OFF No.3 feed output: OFF
4 ON No.4 feed output: ON
OFF No.4 feed output: OFF
SW3 1 ON No.5 feed output: ON
OFF No.5 feed output: OFF
2 ON No.6 feed output: ON
OFF No.6 feed output: OFF
3 - Reserved
4 - Reserved

NOTE
The DIP switches on the DATU are set before delivery. There is no need to set them on site.
4.2.5 Specifications of the DATU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DATU.
Table 4-5 describes the specifications for the DATU.
Table 4-5 Specifications for the DATU
Item Specifications
Size Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 280.0 mm x 233.4 mm
x 2.0 mm
Size of the front panel (length x width): 261.0 mm x 30.5 mm
Working voltage -48 V power input
Power consumption
(heat consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 72 W
Weight 0.6 kg

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4.3 DCCU
The Cable Connection Unit for DTRU BTS (DCCU) is placed in slot 6 (from left to right) of
the DCMB in the common subrack. The DCCU is a mandatory board. Only one DCCU can be
configured.
4.3.1 Functions of the DCCU
This describes the functions of the DCCU.
4.3.2 Working Principles of the DCCU
This describes the working principles of the DCCU, which consists of the signal transfer unit
and the EMI filtering unit.
4.3.3 Ports on the DCCU
This describes the ports on the DCCU. There are five ports on the DCCU: TRAN, CKB, COM ,
S+, S-, and POWER.
4.3.4 Specifications of the DCCU
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCCU.
4.3.1 Functions of the DCCU
This describes the functions of the DCCU.
The DCCU performs the following functions:
l Transfers E1 signals
l Transmits the signals between cabinet groups
l Provides input ports for external environment alarms and dry contact alarms
l Processes the power inputs through the EMI filter, and then transmits the power to the
common subrack
4.3.2 Working Principles of the DCCU
This describes the working principles of the DCCU, which consists of the signal transfer unit
and the EMI filtering unit.
Figure 4-4 shows the working principles of the DCCU.
Figure 4-4 Functional structure of the DCCU
Signal transfer
DCCU
EMI filtering
DCMB
-48V
E1 signals
Signals from cabinet groups
Dry contact alarm signals
External environment
alarm signals
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Signal Transfer Unit
The signal transfer unit provides four connectors to forward the received E1 trunk signals, signals
between cabinet groups, external environment alarm signals, and dry contact alarm signals to
the DCMB.
EMI Filtering Unit
The EMI filter processes the -48 V input power, and then transmits the power to the DCMB for
the use of other boards in the common subrack.
4.3.3 Ports on the DCCU
This describes the ports on the DCCU. There are five ports on the DCCU: TRAN, CKB, COM ,
S+, S-, and POWER.
Figure 4-5 shows the DCCU panel.
Figure 4-5 DCCU panel
C
K
B
T
R
A
N
C
O
M
P
O
W
E
R
S
1
+
S
1
-
DCCU
Table 4-6 lists the ports on the DCCU panel.
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Table 4-6 Ports on the DCCU panel
Port Type Cable Description
TRAN DB26 female
connector
BTS3012 E1 Cable Importing E1 signals
CKB MD64 female
connector
Signal cable for cabinet
groups
Transmitting signals
between cabinet groups
COM DB9 elbow female
connector
Alarm signal cable
between the Sidepower
and the BTS3012 or
signal cable for the
external environment
alarm box of the BTS
Transmitting external
environment alarms
S+ and S- 2-pin terminal Lightning protection
failure alarm cable
Transmitting dry contact
alarms
POWER 3V3 power
connector
Power Cable from the
BTS3012 Busbar to the
Common Subrack
Importing power to the
common subrack

4.3.4 Specifications of the DCCU
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCCU.
Table 4-7 describes the specifications for the DCCU.
Table 4-7 Specifications for the DCCU
Item Specifications
Dimensions Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 280.0 mm x 233.4 mm x
2.0 mm
Front panel: 261.0 mm (L) x 30.4 mm (W)
Weight 0.7 kg

4.4 ECMB
The Enhanced Module Backplane for DTRU BTS (ECMB) is the backplane for the common
subrack and DTRU subrack 0. The ECMB is a mandatory board. There are 10 slots on the ECMB.
4.4.1 Functions of the ECMB
This describes the functions of the ECMB. The ECMB provides power and signal circuits for
the boards in the common subrack and DTRU subrack 0.
4.4.2 Specifications of the ECMB
This describes the dimensions of the ECMB.
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4.4.1 Functions of the ECMB
This describes the functions of the ECMB. The ECMB provides power and signal circuits for
the boards in the common subrack and DTRU subrack 0.
The ECMB performs the following functions:
l Provides signal circuits for connecting the boards in the common subrack
l Provides -48 V power circuits for the boards in the common subrack
l Provides bus connection between the common subsystem and the double-transceiver
subsystem
l Specifies the slot number and rack number of the DTRUs in DTRU subrack 0
4.4.2 Specifications of the ECMB
This describes the dimensions of the ECMB.
Table 4-8 describes the specifications for the ECMB.
Table 4-8 Specifications for the ECMB
Item Specifications
Size Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 422 mm x 259.3 mm x 3.0
mm
Dimension of the front panel (length x width): The ECMB is a
backplane and has no front panel.

4.5 DCOM
The Combining Unit for DTRU BTS (DCOM) is placed in the DAFU subrack. It can be inserted
in the DAFU subrack with the DDPU. The DCOM is optional and up to three DCOMs can be
configured. The precondition for configuring the DCOM is that the wideband combination
function in the DTRU must be used when there is an additional requirements for the combination
of signals.
4.5.1 Functions of the DCOM
This describes the functions of the DCOM. The DCOM combines two routes of TX signals from
the DTRU, and then sends them to the DDPU.
4.5.2 Working Environment of the DCOM
This describes the working environment of the DCOM. The DCOM receives two routes of DL
signals from the DTRU and combines them into one route. Then, the DCOM transmits the
combined signals to the DDPU, which sends the signals to the antenna for transmission.
4.5.3 Working Principles of the DCOM
This describes working principles of the DCOM. The DCOM consists of a 3 dB electrical bridge
and a high-power load.
4.5.4 Ports on the DCOM
This describes the ports on the DCOM panel. There are four ports on the DCOM: ONSHELL,
TX-COM, TX1, and TX2.
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4.5.5 Specifications of the DCOM
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCOM.
4.5.1 Functions of the DCOM
This describes the functions of the DCOM. The DCOM combines two routes of TX signals from
the DTRU, and then sends them to the DDPU.
4.5.2 Working Environment of the DCOM
This describes the working environment of the DCOM. The DCOM receives two routes of DL
signals from the DTRU and combines them into one route. Then, the DCOM transmits the
combined signals to the DDPU, which sends the signals to the antenna for transmission.
Figure 4-6 shows the working environment of the DCOM.
Figure 4-6 Working environment of the DCOM
DBUS/TBUS/CBUS
DTRU
CBUS
DBUS
DTRU
TMA TMA
MS
TBUS
DCOM DDPU
DAFU
FH_BUS
4.5.3 Working Principles of the DCOM
This describes working principles of the DCOM. The DCOM consists of a 3 dB electrical bridge
and a high-power load.
Figure 4-7 shows the working principles of the DCOM.
Figure 4-7 Functional structure of the DCOM
3-dB electrical bridge
TX1
TX2
TX1+TX2
Load of high power
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3 dB Electrical Bridge
It combines two routes of RF TX signals into one route.
High-Power Load
It matches the 3 dB electrical bridge.
4.5.4 Ports on the DCOM
This describes the ports on the DCOM panel. There are four ports on the DCOM: ONSHELL,
TX-COM, TX1, and TX2.
Figure 4-8 shows the DCOM panel.
Figure 4-8 DCOM panel
DCOM
ONSHELL
TX-COM
TX1
Table 4-9 lists the ports on the DCOM panel.
Table 4-9 Ports on the DCOM panel
Port Type Cable Description
ONSHE
LL
DB26 female
connector
Signal Cable
Between the DCSU
and the DAFU
Subrack of the
BTS3012
This port transmits
synchronization clock signals,
CBUS3 signals, and module
identification signals.
TX-
COM
N female connector RF signal cable It is the output port for the signals
combined from the TX1 and TX2
ports of the DCOM.
TX1 N female connector RF signal cable It is the input port for the
combined signals from the DTRU
to the DCOM.
TX2 N female connector RF signal cable

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4.5.5 Specifications of the DCOM
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCOM.
Table 4-10 describes the specifications for the DCOM.
Table 4-10 Specifications for the DCOM
Item Specifications
Size Size of the front panel (length x width): 383.6 mm x 70.6 mm
Weight 3.2 kg

4.6 DCSU
The Combined cabinet Signal connection Unit for DTRU BTS (DCSU) is placed in slot 5 of the
common subrack. The DCSU is a mandatory board. Only one DCSU can be configured.
4.6.1 Functions of the DCSU
This describes the functions of the DCSU.
4.6.2 Ports on the DCSU
This describes the ports on the DCSU. There are five ports on the DCSU: To_DTRB, DAFU 0
1 2, DAFU 3 4 5, TO_FAN, and SYNC.
4.6.3 DIP Switches on the DCSU
This describes the 19 DIP switches on the DCSU.
4.6.4 Specifications of the DCSU
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCSU.
4.6.1 Functions of the DCSU
This describes the functions of the DCSU.
The DCSU performs the following functions:
l Transfers the data, control signals, and clock signals for the DTRU
l Transfers the control signals for the fans
l Transfers the control signals and clock signals from the DAFU subrack
l Transfers the external synchronization clock signals
4.6.2 Ports on the DCSU
This describes the ports on the DCSU. There are five ports on the DCSU: To_DTRB, DAFU 0
1 2, DAFU 3 4 5, TO_FAN, and SYNC.
Figure 4-9 shows the DCSU panel.
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Figure 4-9 DCSU panel
D
A
F
U
3

4

5
D
A
F
U
0

1

2
T
O
_
D
T
R
B
T
O
_
F
A
N
S
Y
N
C
DCSU
Table 4-11 lists the ports on the DCSU panel.
Table 4-11 Ports on the DCSU panel
Silk-Screen Type Description
DAFU 0 1 2 MD64
female
connector
Transfers the control signals and clock signals from slot 0, slot
1, and slot 2 of the DAFU subrack
DAFU 3 4 5 MD64
female
connector
Transfers the control signals and clock signals from slot 3, slot
4, and slot 5 of the DAFU subrack
TO_DTRB MD64
female
connector
Connected to the DTRB through a cable and transmits control
signals for the DTRU
TO_FAN DB9 female
connector
Connected to the fan subrack and transmit control signals for
the fans
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Silk-Screen Type Description
SYNC SMA
connector
Input port for external synchronization clock signals

4.6.3 DIP Switches on the DCSU
This describes the 19 DIP switches on the DCSU.
Set the DIP switches on the DCSU as follows: If two filler panels are installed on the left side
of the DCSU, remove the filler panels and then set the DIP switches accordingly.
NOTE
Do not unplug the DCSU to set the DIP switches.
Figure 4-10 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the DCSU and their factory settings.
Figure 4-10 Layout of the DIP switches on the DCSU
SW7
1 4
SW9 SW10
ON
OFF
1 4 1 4
ON
OFF
SW19
ON
OFF
1 4
SW15
ON
OFF
1 4
SW6
1 4
SW12
1 4
SW13
1 4
SW14
1 4
SW8
ON
OFF
1 4
SW5
ON
OFF
1 4
SW4
ON
OFF
1 4
SW3
ON
OFF
1 4
SW2
ON
OFF
1 4
SW11
ON
OFF
1 4
SW1
ON
OFF
1 4
1 4
SW18
ON
OFF
SW17
ON
OFF
1 4
SW16
ON
OFF
1 4
SW1 indicates whether the cabinet group is a main cabinet group. Table 4-12 describes the
settings of W11.
W11 is used to set whether to select the terminal match. Table 4-13 describes the settings of
W11.
SW2 to SW5 are set to ON by default.
SW6 is used to set the impedance of four E1 cables. Table 4-14 describes the settings of SW6.
SW7 is reserved.
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Table 4-15 describes the settings of SW8.
SW9 and SW10 are used to set the cabinet type. Table 4-16 describes the settings of SW9 and
SW10.
SW15 to SW18 are used to set whether the cabinet type is single cabinet. Table 4-17 describes
the settings of SW15 to SW18.
Table 4-18 describes the settings of SW19.
Table 4-12 Settings of SW1
SW1 Description
All ON The cabinet is a main cabinet group.
All OFF Not specified

Table 4-13 Settings of SW11
SW11 Description
All ON CBUS1 terminal match
All OFF CBUS1 no terminal match

Table 4-14 Settings of SW6 and SW7
DIP
Switch
DIP
Bit
ON/OFF Description
SW6 1 ON Impedance for the first E1 cable: 75 ohms
OFF Impedance for the first E1 cable: 120 ohms
2 ON Impedance for the second E1 cable: 75
ohms
OFF Impedance for the second E1 cable: 120
ohms
3 ON Impedance for the third E1 cable: 75 ohms
OFF Impedance for the third E1 cable: 120 ohms
4 ON Impedance for the fourth E1 cable: 75 ohms
OFF Impedance for the fourth E1 cable: 120
ohms
SW7 1 ON Reserved
OFF Reserved
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DIP
Switch
DIP
Bit
ON/OFF Description
2 ON Reserved
OFF Reserved
3 ON Reserved
OFF Reserved
4 ON Reserved
OFF Reserved

Table 4-15 Settings of SW8
DIP Bits of SW8 Description
1 2 3 4
ON ON ON ON The cabinet is a main
cabinet group.
Not
specifi
ed
Undefined

Table 4-16 Settings of SW9 and SW10
DIP Bits of SW9 DIP Bits of SW10 Description
0 1 2 3 1 4
OFF OFF ON Undefined The cabinet type is
BTS3012.

Table 4-17 Settings of SW15SW18
DIP Bits of SW15SW18 Description
ALL ON Single cabinet
ALL OFF Undefined

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Table 4-18 Settings of SW19
DIP Bits of SW19 Description
ALL ON Fixed setting for the BTS3012
ALL OFF Undefined

4.6.4 Specifications of the DCSU
This describes the dimensions and weight of the DCSU.
Table 4-19 describes the specifications for the DCSU.
Table 4-19 Specifications for the DCSU
Item Specifications
Size Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 280.0 mm x 233.4 mm x 2.0 mm
Size of the front panel (length x width): 261.0 mm x 25.4 mm
Weight 0.7 kg

4.7 DDPU
The Dual-Duplexer Unit for DTRU BTS (DDPU) is configured in the DAFU subrack with the
DCOM. The DDPU is an optional module. You can choose to configure DDPU or DFCU.
Generally, three DDPUs are configured. If the DCOM is not configured, a maximum of six
DDPUs can be configured.
4.7.1 Functions of the DDPU
This describes the functions of the DDPU.
4.7.2 Working Environment of the DDPU
This describes the working environment of the DDPU.
4.7.3 Working Principles of the DDPU
This describes the working principles of the DDPU. The DDPU consists of the DDLC, duplexer,
and power coupler.
4.7.4 LEDs and Ports on the DDPU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DDPU panel. The two LEDs on the DDPU panel
indicate the operating status of the DDPU. There are 14 ports on the DDPU panel. These ports
include antenna ports, TX ports, RX ports, communication port, and power port.
4.7.5 Specifications of the DDPU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DDPU.
4.7.1 Functions of the DDPU
This describes the functions of the DDPU.
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The DDPU performs the following functions:
l Provides lightning protection through the ANT port
l Detect VSWR alarms in the antenna system
l Control the gains for the receive low noise amplifier
l Transmits multiple routes of RF signals from the transmitter to the antenna
l Receives signals from the antenna, amplifies and quarters these signals, and then transmits
them to the receiver of the DTRU
4.7.2 Working Environment of the DDPU
This describes the working environment of the DDPU.
Figure 4-11 shows the working environment of the DDPU.
Figure 4-11 Working environment of the DDPU
DTRU
DBUS
TBUS
DDPU
CBUS3
CBUS
DTRU DDPU
CBUS3

TMA TMA
MS
MS
TMA TMA
Bias-Tee
Bias-Tee
Bias-Tee
Bias-Tee
DBUS/TBUS/CBUS
The working environment of the DDPU is as follows:
l The DDPU receives the UL signals from the antenna, filters and amplifies them, and then
sends them to the DTRU for demodulation.
l The DDPU also receives the DL signals from the DTRU, filters them, and then sends them
to the antenna for transmission.
4.7.3 Working Principles of the DDPU
This describes the working principles of the DDPU. The DDPU consists of the DDLC, duplexer,
and power coupler.
Figure 4-12 shows the working principles of the DDPU.
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Figure 4-12 Working Principles of the DDPU
DDLC
DDPU
Duplexer
TX1
TX/RX ANTA
RX1A
RX2A
RX3A
RX4A
BUS
-48 V DC
Duplexer
TX2
RX1B
RX2B
RX3B
RX4B
TX/RX ANTB
Power coupler
Power coupler
DDLC
The DDLC receives signals from the antenna, amplifies and quarters these signals, and then
sends them to the DTRU. It also features fault self-detection.
Duplexer
The duplexer consists of the receive filer and the transmit filter. The duplexer filters the received
signals and the signals to be transmitted.
Power Coupler
The power coupler extracts signals for the DDLC to perform VSWR detecting.
4.7.4 LEDs and Ports on the DDPU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DDPU panel. The two LEDs on the DDPU panel
indicate the operating status of the DDPU. There are 14 ports on the DDPU panel. These ports
include antenna ports, TX ports, RX ports, communication port, and power port.
Figure 4-13 shows the DDPU panel.
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Figure 4-13 DDPU panel
RUN
ALM
VSWRA
RXA1
RXA2
RXA3
RXA4
RXB1
RXB2
RXB3
RXB4
DDPU
TXA
TXB
COM
POWER
VSWRB
ANTA
ANTB
Table 4-20 lists the LEDs on the DDPU panel.
Table 4-20 LEDs on the DDPU panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Operating and
power-on
indicator of the
DDPU
On There is power supply. However,
the module is faulty.
Off There is no power supply or the
module is faulty.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The module works normally.
Fast flash (on for
0.2s and off for
0.2s)
The DTMU is issuing
configuration data to the DDPU
or the DDPU is loading software
programs.
ALM Red Indicates
whether there
are alarms
On (including
high-frequency
flash)
Alarms (including VSWR
alarm). This indicates that there
are faults.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
Off An alarm is not generated.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The DDPU is starting or loading
the latest application.
VSW
RA
Red VSWR alarm
indicator for
channel A
Blinking once
every two seconds
There is a VSWR alarm with
channel A.
On There is a critical VSWR alarm
with channel A.
Off There is no VSWR alarm with
channel A.
VSW
RB
Red VSWR alarm
indicator for
channel B
Blinking once
every two seconds
There is a VSWR alarm with
channel B.
On There is a critical VSWR alarm
with channel B.
Off There is no VSWR alarm with
channel B.

Table 4-21 lists the ports on the DDPU panel.
Table 4-21 Ports on the DDPU panel
Port Type Cable Function
COM DB26 female
connector
Signal cable between
the BTS3012 DCSU
and the DAFU subrack
Receiving control signals,
communication signals, and clock
signals from the BTS3012 DCSU
POWE
R
3V3 power
connector
Power cable from the
BTS3012 Busbar to the
DAFU Subrack
Power input port
TXA N female
connector
RF TX signal cable l It is the input port for the signals
received from the TX1 or TX2 port
from the DTRU.
l It is the input port for the combined
signals from the TCOM port of the
DTRU.
l It is the input port for the combined
signals from the TX-COM port of
the DCOM.
TXB N female
connector
RXA1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the main RF
signal received from the ANTA port.
It is connected to the RXM1, RXD1,
RXA2
RXA3
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Port Type Cable Function
RXA4 RXM2, or RXD2 port on the DTRU
panel.
RXB1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the diversity
RF signal received from the ANTB
port. It is connected to the RXM1,
RXD1, RXM2, or RXD2 port on the
DTRU panel.
RXB2
RXB3
RXB4
ANTA DIN female
connector
Indoor 1/2-Inch
Jumper of the BTS3012
Antenna port for reception and
transmission
l It is the input port for the RF
signals received from the antenna.
l It is the output port for the RF
signals transmitted from the TXA
port of the DDPU.
l It is connected to the indoor 1/2-
inch jumper of the BTS3012 or to
the Bias-Tee.

4.7.5 Specifications of the DDPU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DDPU.
Table 4-22 describes the specifications for the DDPU.
Table 4-22 Specifications for the DDPU
Item Specifications
Size Size of the front panel (length x width): 383.6 mm x 70.6
mm
Working voltage -48 V power input
Power consumption (heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 8 W
Weight 8.0 kg

4.8 DEMU
The Environment Monitoring Unit for DTRU BTS (DEMU) can be installed in slot 2, 3, or 4
(from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack. The DEMU is an optional board. Only
one DEMU can be configured.
4.8.1 Functions of the DEMU
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This describes the functions of the DEMU. The DEMU guarantees the normal operation of the
BTS by monitoring and controlling the environment monitoring signals.
4.8.2 Working Environment of the DEMU
This describes the working environment of the DEMU. The DEMU is directly connected to the
external monitoring signal cable for receiving alarm information. The DEMU sends the collected
alarm information to the DTMU through the relevant bus.
4.8.3 Working Principles of the DEMU
This provides the working principles of the DEMU. The DEMU consists of the power circuit,
lightning protection circuit, MCU control circuit, and RS485 serial port circuit.
4.8.4 LEDs and Port on the DEMU
This describes the LEDs and port on the DEMU. The DEMU has three LEDs and one port. The
ports are RUN, ACT, and ALM, which are used to indicate the working status of the DEMU.
The IN-OUT port is used for eight Boolean or dry contact inputs and four Boolean outputs.
4.8.5 Specifications of the DEMU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DEMU.
4.8.1 Functions of the DEMU
This describes the functions of the DEMU. The DEMU guarantees the normal operation of the
BTS by monitoring and controlling the environment monitoring signals.
The DEMU performs the following functions:
l Provides lightning protection of the Boolean and dry contact signals
l Collects alarm information and reports it to the DTMU
l Provides four Boolean outputs and eight Boolean or dry contact inputs
4.8.2 Working Environment of the DEMU
This describes the working environment of the DEMU. The DEMU is directly connected to the
external monitoring signal cable for receiving alarm information. The DEMU sends the collected
alarm information to the DTMU through the relevant bus.
Figure 4-14 shows the working environment of the DEMU.
Figure 4-14 Working environment of the DEMU
Common subsystem
CBUS3 Monitoring signal
Clock, data, and
control bus
DEMU
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l The DEMU receives the external alarm information.
l After processing the alarm information, the DEMU sends the information to the DTMU
through the relevant bus.
4.8.3 Working Principles of the DEMU
This provides the working principles of the DEMU. The DEMU consists of the power circuit,
lightning protection circuit, MCU control circuit, and RS485 serial port circuit.
Figure 4-15 shows the working principles of the DEMU
Figure 4-15 Functional structure of the DEMU
MCU
control circuit
Power circuit
-48V
RS485 serial
port circuit
Lightning
protection
circuit
Dry contact input
4 dry contact outputs
Power Circuit
l Supports -48 V DC input.
l Provides power conversion.
Lightning Protection Circuit
Provides lightning protection of the Boolean monitoring signals.
MCU Control Circuit
l Receives the monitoring configuration parameters data from the DTMU.
l Provides working clock reference for the MCU through the 24 MHz oscillator.
l Provides the automatic reset function through Watchdog.
RS485 Serial Port Circuit
Enables the communication between the DEMU and the CBUS3 of the DTMU.
4.8.4 LEDs and Port on the DEMU
This describes the LEDs and port on the DEMU. The DEMU has three LEDs and one port. The
ports are RUN, ACT, and ALM, which are used to indicate the working status of the DEMU.
The IN-OUT port is used for eight Boolean or dry contact inputs and four Boolean outputs.
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Panel
Figure 4-16 shows the DEMU panel.
Figure 4-16 DEMU panel
DEMU
RUN
ALM
ACT
I
N
LEDs
Table 4-23 lists the LEDs on the DEMU panel.
Table 4-23 LEDs on the DEMU panel
LED Color Descript
ion
Status Description
RUN Green Operating
indicator
of the
board
On There is power supply. The board
or software, however, is faulty.
Off There is no power supply, or the
board is faulty.
Blinking (ON
for 1s and OFF
for 1s)
The board is working under
current configuration.
Blinking at 4
Hz (ON for
0.125s and
OFF for
0.125s)
The board does not communicates
with the DTMU properly.
ACT Green Indicator
of the
On There is power supply, and the
board is in working mode.
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LED Color Descript
ion
Status Description
service
running
status
Off There is no power supply to the
board.
ALM Red Alarm
indicator
Blinking (ON
for 1s and OFF
for 1s)
An alarm is generated.
Off No alarm is generated.

Port
Table 4-24 describes the port on the DEMU panel.
Table 4-24 Port on the DEMU panel
Port Type Cable Remarks
IN-OUT DB44 female
connector
BTS3012 Environment
Monitoring Signal Cable
Eight Boolean or dry contact
inputs and four Boolean
outputs

4.8.5 Specifications of the DEMU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DEMU.
Table 4-25 describes the specifications for the DEMU.
Table 4-25 Specifications for the DEMU
Item Specification
Dimensions Dimensions of the PCB (height x width x depth): 2.0 mm x 233.3
mm x 280.0 mm
Dimensions of the front panel (length x width): 261.00 mm 30.5
mm
Working voltage -48V power input
Power consumption (heat
dissipation)
Maximum power consumption: 3.6 W
Weight 0.5 kg

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4.9 DFCB
The Filter Combiner Unit for DTRU BTS (DFCU) is located in the RF front-end subrack of the
BTS. There are two types of DFCB in terms of frequency band: DFCB (900 MHz) and DFCB
(1800 MHz). The DFCB is an optional module. The BTS3012 can be configured with the DDPU
or the combination of DFCU and DFCB.
4.9.1 Functions of the DFCB
This describes the functions of the DFCB. The DFCB is used with the DFCU to combine five
or six carrier signals for transmission.
4.9.2 Working Environment of the DFCB
This describes the working environment of the DFCB, which combines the DL signals from the
DTRU and transmits the combined signal to the DFCU. The DFCB (900 MHz) receives the UL
signals from the antenna, divides the signals, and then sends the signals to the DTRU. The DFCB
(1800 MHz) has no antenna ports and thus cannot receive the UL signals from the antenna.
4.9.3 Working Principles of the DFCB
This describes the working principles of the DFCB. The DFCB (900 MHz) is composed of the
cavity combiners, duplexer, lower noise amplifier (LNA), directional coupler, and control unit.
The DFCB (1800 MHz) is composed of the cavity combiners and control unit.
4.9.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCB
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCB panel. The DFCB (900 MHz) provides 4 LEDs
and 28 signal input/output ports. This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCB panel. The
DFCB (1800 MHz) provides 4 LEDs and 12 signal input/output ports.
4.9.5 Specifications of the DFCB
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DFCB.
4.9.1 Functions of the DFCB
This describes the functions of the DFCB. The DFCB is used with the DFCU to combine five
or six carrier signals for transmission.
The functions performed by the DFCB are as follows:
l The DFCB tunes the one or two carrier signals from the DTRU and combines the signals
into one before transmitting the signal to the DFCU. In the DFCU, the incoming signal
from the DFCB is combined with other four carrier signals, and then is transmitted to the
antenna after filtering and amplification.
l Detects the VSWR alarms of the antenna system and provides the function of the VSWR
alarms whose thresholds are adjustable
l The DFCB (900 MHz) transmits the incoming signals from the antenna to the duplexer and
LNA, divides the signals, and then transmits the signals to the DTRU. The DFCB also
controls the signal gain of the amplifier.
NOTE
You are not advised to use the antenna ports of the DFCB (900 MHz) except in special situations.
The following lists an example when the antenna ports of the DFCB are used.
l The configuration of six TRXs within a cell is achieved through the cascading of a DFCU
and a DFCB. To expand the capacity of the cell without adding additional RF front-end
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modules (for example, seven or eight TRXs), the antenna ports of the DFCB (900 MHz)
can be used to transmit one or two carrier signals.
4.9.2 Working Environment of the DFCB
This describes the working environment of the DFCB, which combines the DL signals from the
DTRU and transmits the combined signal to the DFCU. The DFCB (900 MHz) receives the UL
signals from the antenna, divides the signals, and then sends the signals to the DTRU. The DFCB
(1800 MHz) has no antenna ports and thus cannot receive the UL signals from the antenna.
Figure 4-17 shows the working environment of the DFCB (900 MHz).
Figure 4-17 Working environment of the DFCB (900 MHz)
DTRU
DTRU DFCU TMA
DTRU
DTRU DFCB TMA
l The DFCB (900 MHz) receives the DL signals from the DTRU, combines the one or two
DL signals, and then transmits the combined signals to the COM-IN port on the DFCU for
the combination output of five or six carrier signals.
l The DFCB (900 MHz) receives the UL signals from the antenna, filters, amplifies, and
divides the signals, and then transmits them to the DTRU for demodulation.
l The DFCB (900 MHz) receives the DL signals from the DTRU, filters and amplifies the
signals, and then sends the signals to the antenna for transmission.
Figure 4-18 shows the working environment of the DFCB (1800 MHz).
Figure 4-18 Working environment of the DFCB (1800 MHz)
DTRU
DTRU DFCU TMA
DTRU
DTRU DFCB
The DFCB (1800 MHz) receives the DL signals from the DTRU, combines the one or two DL
signals, and then transmits the combined signals to the COM-IN port on the DFCU for the
combination output of five or six carrier signals.
4.9.3 Working Principles of the DFCB
This describes the working principles of the DFCB. The DFCB (900 MHz) is composed of the
cavity combiners, duplexer, lower noise amplifier (LNA), directional coupler, and control unit.
The DFCB (1800 MHz) is composed of the cavity combiners and control unit.
Figure 4-19 shows the functional structure of the DFCB (900 MHz).
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Figure 4-19 Functional structure of the DFCB (900 MHz)
Jumper
COM1
TX1
TX2
TX3
TX4
Duplexer
TX/RX-ANT
TX-DUP
PF-out1
PF-out2
PR-out2
PR-out1
PR-in1
PR-in2
PF-in1
PF-in2
DC-IN -48V
DBUS
HL-OUT
RX2
RX3
RX1
DFCB
COM2
Directional
coupler
LNA
Control unit
Cavity combiner
Cavity combiner
Figure 4-20 shows the functional structure of the DFCB (1800 MHz).
Figure 4-20 Functional structure of the DFCB (1800 MHz)
PR-in1
PR-in2
PF-in1
PF-in2
DC-IN -48V
DBUS
DFCB
Control unit
COM1
TX1
TX2
TX3
TX4
COM2
Cavity combiner
Cavity combiner
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Cavity Combiner
The cavity combiners tune the DL signals from the DTRU and combine the signals into two
before sending to the extension combination port.
Duplexer
This module provides a reliable path so that the receive signals and the transmit signals can share
the same antenna, ensuing that the transmit signals with large power does not affect weak receive
signals. The duplexer is composed of the receive filter and the transmit filter.
LNA
This module is used to amplify the receive signals from the antenna. The LNA gain is adjustable
through the commands issued by the BTS. This module features self-detection through which
an alarm is reported when a fault occurs.
Directional Coupler
This module is used for the detection of the voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR). The VSWR
detection circuit detects the forward/reverse DL power through the standing-wave detector. The
output voltage from the standing-wave detector are processed and calculated. If the VSWR
exceeds a defined threshold, the VSWR alarm is reported.
Control Unit
l In the DFCB (900 MHz), this module is used to control the cavity combiners, detect the
VSWR alarms, set the signal gain of the LNA, detect the LNA alarm, and set up the
communication between the DFCB and the BTS.
l In the DFCB (1800 MHz), this module is used to control the cavity combiners and set up
the communication between the DFCB and the BTS.
4.9.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCB
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCB panel. The DFCB (900 MHz) provides 4 LEDs
and 28 signal input/output ports. This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCB panel. The
DFCB (1800 MHz) provides 4 LEDs and 12 signal input/output ports.
LEDs and Ports on the DFCB (900 MHz)
The DFCB (900 MHz) provides four LEDs to indicate whether the module operates normally.
It provides 28 ports to receive power input and transfer RF signals and monitoring signals.
DFCB (900 MHz) Panel
Figure 4-21 shows the DFCB (900 MHz) panel.
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Figure 4-21 DFCB (900 MHz) panel
TX1
PF in1
TUNING
VSWR
LNA
RUN
PF in2
PF out1
PF out2
PR out1
PR out2
RX6
RX5
RX4
HL-IN
RXD-OUT
HL-OUT
COM2
DBUS
RX3
RX2
RX1
TX3
PR in1
DC-IN-48V
PR in2
TX4
TX-DUP
EGSM900 DFCB
COM1
TX/RX-ANT
TX2
RXD-ANT
LEDs on the DFCB (900 MHz) Panel
Table 4-26 lists the LEDs on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel.
Table 4-26 LEDs on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Power indicator On Power input is available.
Off No power input is
available.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
VSWR Red VSWR alarm indicator
of the TX/RX_ANT
port
On Level 2 VSWR alarm is
detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Level 1 VSWR alarm is
detected.
Off No VSWR alarm is
detected.
LNA Red LNA alarm indicator On The LNA alarm is
detected.
Off No alarm is generated.
TUNI
NG
Red Tuning fail alarm
indicator
On The tuning failure alarm
is detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Tuning
Off No alarm is generated.

Ports on the DFCB (900 MHz) Panel
Table 4-27 lists the ports on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel.
Table 4-27 Ports on the DFCB (900 MHz) panel
Port Type Cable Function
TX/RX-
ANT
7/16 DIN female
connector
Indoor 1/2-Inch Jumper of
the BTS3012
Antenna port for reception
and transmission
l It is the input port for the
RF signals received from
the antenna.
l It is the output port for the
RF signals transmitted
from the TX-DUP port.
RXD-ANT 7/16 DIN female
connector
Diversity receive antenna
port
DBUS DB26 female
connector
Signal cable between the
BTS3012 DCSU and the
DAFU subrack
Input/output port for DBUS
signals
DC-IN 48
V
3V3 power
connector
Power Cable from the
BTS3012 Busbar to the
DAFU Subrack
DC power input port
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Port Type Cable Function
COM1 N female
connector
Signal cable between the
DFCB and the DFCU
It is the output port for the
signals combined from the
TX1 and TX2 ports.
TX-DUP N female
connector
Four-in-one short-
circuiting signal cable
Input port for the RF signals
from the duplexer; It is
connected to the COM1 or
COM2 port.
COM2 N female
connector
Signal cable between the
DFCB and the DFCU
It is the output port for the
signals combined from the
TX3 and TX4 ports.
TX1 N female
connector
RF TX signal cable Input port for the RF signals;
It is connected to the TX1 or
TX2 port on the DTRU
panel.
TX2
TX3
TX4
RX1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the
RF signals received from
the TX/RX-ANT port. It is
connected to the RXM1,
RXD1, RXM2, or RXD2
port on the DTRU panel.
RX2
RX3
RX4 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the
RF signal received from the
HL-IN port. It is connected
to the RXM1, RXD1,
RXM2, or RXD2 port on the
DTRU panel.
l If the HL-IN port
connects with the RXD-
OUT port, it serves as the
output port for the
diversity RF signals
received by the RXD-
ANT.
l If the HL-IN port
connects with the HL-
OUT port, it serves as the
output port for the RF
signals received by the
TX/RX-ANT port.
RX5
RX6
HL-OUT SMA female
connector
Diversity receive short-
circuiting cable
Output port for high-level
signals; It can be connected
to the HL-IN port.
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Port Type Cable Function
HL-IN SMA female
connector
Input port for the high level
signals; It is connected to the
HL-OUT or RXD-OUT
port.
RXD-ANT SMA female
connector
Output port for the diversity
received signals; When the
RXD-ANT is used, the
RXD-OUT is connected to
the HL-IN port.
PR out1 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
output port 1
PR out2 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
output port 2
PF out1 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
output port 1
PF out2 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
output port 2
PR in1 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
input port 1
PR in2 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
input port 2
PF in1 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
input port 1
PF in2 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
input port 2

NOTE
If the COM2 port of the DFCB (900 MHz) is not used, keep the connection between the COM2 port and
the TX-DUP port, it is useful in the capacity expansion.
LEDs and Ports on the DFCB (1800 MHz)
The DFCB (1800 MHz) provides four LEDs to indicate whether the module operates normally.
It provides 12 ports to receive power input and transfer RF signals and monitoring signals.
DFCB (1800 MHz) Panel
Figure 4-22 shows the DFCB (1800 MHz) panel.
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Figure 4-22 DFCB (1800 MHz) panel
TX1
PF in1
TUNING
VSWR
LNA
RUN
PF in2
COM2
DBUS
TX3
PR in1
DC-IN-48V
PR in2
TX4
DCS1800 DFCB
COM1
TX2
LEDs on the DFCB (1800 MHz) Panel
Table 4-28 lists the LEDs on the DFCB (1800 MHz) panel.
Table 4-28 LEDs on the DFCB (1800 MHz) panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Power
indicator
On The power input failure alarm is
detected.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
Blinking once
every two seconds
The power input is normal.
Off No power input is detected.
ALM Red Communicatio
n alarm LED
On The DFCB internal
communication failure alarm is
detected
Blinking once
every two seconds
An internal program of the DFCB
is running or the program from the
BSC is being downloaded.
Off No alarm is detected.
SWR Red VSWR alarm
indicator of the
TX/RX_ANT
port
On Level 2 VSWR alarm is detected.
It means a serious fault associated
with the antenna occurs and the
RF power is being blocked.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Level 1 VSWR alarm is detected.
It means a slight performance
decrease of the antenna occurs.
No action is required on the BTS
side.
Off No VSWR alarm is detected.
TUNI
NG
Red Tuning fail
alarm indicator
On The tuning failure alarm is
detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The tuning is being performed.
Off No alarm is detected.

Ports on the DFCB (1800 MHz) Panel
For details about the ports on the DFCB (1800 MHz), refer to Ports on the DFCB (900 MHz)
panel.
4.9.5 Specifications of the DFCB
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DFCB.
Table 4-29 describes the specifications for the DFCB.
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Table 4-29 Specifications for the DFCB
Item Specifications
Size Size of the front panel (length x width): 396 mm x 142
mm
Working voltage -48 V power input
Power consumption (heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 50 W
Weight DFCB (900 MHz): 20 kg
DFCB (1800 MHz): 12 kg

4.10 DFCU
The Filter Combiner Unit for DTRU BTS (DFCU) is located in the RF front-end subrack of the
BTS. There are two types of DFCU in terms of frequency band: DFCU (900 MHz) and DFCU
(1800 MHz). The DFCU is optional. The BTS3012 can be configured with the DDPU or the
DFCU.
4.10.1 Functions of the DFCU
This describes the functions of the DFCU.
4.10.2 Working Environment of the DFCU
This describes the working environment of the DFCU.
4.10.3 Working Principles of the DFCU
This describes the working principles of the DFCU. The DFCU is composed of the cavity
combiners, micro-band combiner, duplexer, directional coupler, diversity filter, lower noise
amplifier (LNA), and control unit.
4.10.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCU panel. Four LEDs on the DFCU panel indicates
the operating status of the DFCU and twenty-eight ports provide signals input and output.
4.10.5 Specifications of the DFCU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DFCU.
4.10.1 Functions of the DFCU
This describes the functions of the DFCU.
The DFCU performs the following functions:
l Transmits multiple routes of RF TX signals from the DTRU transmitter to the antenna
through the duplexer after combination
l Transmits the received signals from the antenna to the duplexer and LNA (The DFCU also
controls the gain of the amplifier), divides the signals into several routes, and then transmits
them to the receivers of the DTRUs
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l One DFCU supports four inputs, and provides four-in-one signal combination or six-in-
one signal combination once connected with the DFCB
l Detects the frequencies of the input signals and performs automatic tuning
l Detects the VSWR alarms of the antenna system and provides the function of the VSWR
alarms whose thresholds are adjustable
4.10.2 Working Environment of the DFCU
This describes the working environment of the DFCU.
Figure 4-23 shows the working environment of the DFCU (900 MHz).
Figure 4-23 Working environment of the DFCU (900 MHz)
DTRU
DTRU DFCU TMA
DTRU
DTRU DFCB TMA
Figure 4-24 shows the working environment of the DFCU (1800 MHz).
Figure 4-24 Working environment of the DFCU (1800 MHz)
DTRU
DTRU DFCU TMA
DTRU
DTRU DFCB
l The DFCU receives the UL signals from the antenna, filters, amplifies, and divides the
signals, and then transmits them to the DTRU for demodulation.
l The DFCU receives the DL signals from the DTRU, filters and combines the signals, and
then transmits them to the antenna for transmission.
l The DFCU receives the combined signals from the DFCB, filters the signals, and then
transmits them to the antenna for transmission.
4.10.3 Working Principles of the DFCU
This describes the working principles of the DFCU. The DFCU is composed of the cavity
combiners, micro-band combiner, duplexer, directional coupler, diversity filter, lower noise
amplifier (LNA), and control unit.
Figure 4-25 shows the functional structure of the DFCU.
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Figure 4-25 Functional structure of the DFCU
COM-IN
TX1
TX2
TX3
TX4
Duplexer TX/RX-ANT
TX-COM
TX-DUP
PF-out1
PF-out2
Directional
coupler
Cavity
combiner
PR-out2
PR-out1
Control unit
PR-in1
PR-in2
PF-in1
PF-in2
DC-IN -48V
DBUS
Diversity filter RXD-ANT
HL-OUT
RX4
RX2
RX3
RXD-OUT
LNA
LNA
RX5
RX6
HL-IN
RX1
DFCU
Jumper
Micro-
band
combiner
Cavity
combiner
Cavity Combiner
The cavity combiners tune the two downlink signals from the DTRU, combine the two signals,
and then send the combined signal to the micro-band combiner.
Micro-Band Combiner
This module combines the two RF signals from the cavity combiners and the one RF signal from
the extension combination port, and then sends the combined signal to the duplexer.
Duplexer
This module provides a reliable path so that the receive signals and the transmit signals can share
the same antenna, ensuing that the high-power transmit signals do not affect weak receive
signals. The duplexer is composed of the receive filter and the transmit filter.
Directional Coupler
This module is used for the detection of the voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR). The VSWR
detection circuit detects the forward/reverse DL power through the standing-wave detector. The
output voltage from the standing-wave detector are processed and calculated. If the VSWR
exceeds a defined threshold, the VSWR alarm is reported.
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Diversity Filter
This module is used to filter the uplink signals from the diversity antenna.
LNA
This module is used to amplify the receive signals from the antenna. The LNA gain is adjustable
through the commands issued by the BTS. This module features self-detection through which
an alarm is reported when a fault occurs.
Control Unit
This module is used to control the cavity combiners, detect the VSWR alarms, set the signal
gain of the LNA, detect the LNA alarm, and set up the communication between the DFCU and
the BTS.
4.10.4 LEDs and Ports on the DFCU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DFCU panel. Four LEDs on the DFCU panel indicates
the operating status of the DFCU and twenty-eight ports provide signals input and output.
LEDs and Ports on the DFCU (900 MHz)
The DFCU (900 MHz) provides four LEDs to indicate whether the module operates normally.
It provides 28 ports to receive power input and transfer RF signals and monitoring signals.
DFCU (900 MHz) Panel
Figure 4-26 shows the DFCU (900 MHz) panel.
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Figure 4-26 DFCU (900 MHz) panel
RXD-ANT
TX/RX-ANT
TX2
LEDs on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel
Table 4-30 lists the LEDs on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel.
Table 4-30 LEDs on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Power indicator On Power input is
available.
Off No power input is
available.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
VSWR Red VSWR alarm
indicator of the
TX/RX_ANT port
On Level 2 VSWR
alarm is detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Level 1 VSWR
alarm is detected.
Off No VSWR alarm
is detected.
LNA Red LNA alarm
indicator
On The LNA alarm is
detected.
Off No alarm is
generated.
TUNING Red Tuning fail alarm
indicator
On The tuning failure
alarm is detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Tuning
Off No alarm is
generated.

Ports on the DFCU (900 MHz) Panel
Table 4-31 lists the ports on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel.
Table 4-31 Ports on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel
Port Type Cable Description
TX/RX-
ANT
7/16 DIN female
connector
Indoor 1/2-Inch Jumper
of the BTS3012
Antenna port for reception
and transmission
l It is the input port for the
RF signals received from
the antenna.
l It is the output port for
the RF signals
transmitted from the TX-
DUP port.
RXD-ANT 7/16 DIN female
connector
Diversity receive antenna
port
DBUS DB26 female
connector
Signal Cable Between the
DCSU and the DAFU
Subrack of the BTS3012
Input/output port for
DBUS3 signals
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Port Type Cable Description
DC-IN 48
V
3V3 power
connector
Power cable from the
BTS3012 busbar to the
DAFU subrack
DC power input port
TX-COM N female
connector
Four-in-one short-
circuiting signal cable
Combination output port
for the signals transmitted
from the TX1, TX2, TX3,
TX4, and COM-IN ports; It
is connected to the TX-
DUP port.
TX-DUP N female
connector
Input port for the RF signals
from the duplexer; It is
connected to the TX-COM
port.
COM-IN N female
connector
Signal cable between the
DFCB and the DFCU
Extended combination port;
It is connected to the output
port of the RF signals from
the DFCB.
TX1 N female
connector
RF TX signal cable Input port for the RF
signals; It is connected to
the TX1 or TX2 port on the
DTRU panel.
TX2
TX3
TX4
RX1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the
RF signals received from
the TX/RX-ANT port. It is
connected to the RXM1,
RXD1, RXM2, or RXD2
port on the DTRU panel.
RX2
RX3
RX4 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable It is the output port for the
RF signal received from the
HL-IN port. It is connected
to the RXM1, RXD1,
RXM2, or RXD2 port on
the DTRU panel.
l If the HL-IN port is
connected to the RXD-
OUT port, it serves as the
output port for the
diversity RF signals
received from the RXD-
ANT port.
l If the HL-IN port is
connected to the HL-
OUT port, it serves as the
RX5
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Port Type Cable Description
RX6
output port for the RF
signals received from the
TX/RX-ANT port.
HL-OUT SMA female
connector
Diversity receive short-
circuiting cable
Output port for high-level
signals; It can be connected
to the HL-IN port.
HL-IN SMA female
connector
Diversity receive short-
circuiting cable
Input port for the high level
signals; It is connected to
the HL-OUT or RXD-OUT
port.
RXD-ANT SMA female
connector
Diversity receive short-
circuiting cable
Output port for the diversity
received signals; When the
RXD-ANT is used, the
RXD-OUT is connected to
the HL-IN port.
PR out1 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
output port 1; It is
connected to the PR in1
port.
PR out2 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
output port 2; It is
connected to the PR in1 or
PR in2 port on the DFCB
panel.
PF out1 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
output port 1; It is
connected to the PF in1
port.
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Port Type Cable Description
PF out2 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
output port 2; It is
connected to the PF in1 or
PF in2 port on the DFCB
panel.
PR in1 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
input port 1
PR in2 SMA female
connector
Reverse power detection
cable
Reverse power sampling
input port 2
PF in1 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
input port 1
PF in2 SMA female
connector
Forward power detection
cable
Forward power sampling
input port 2

NOTE
l The circuit connected to the COM-IN port is an open circuit, it must be configured if the DFCU is used
independently. When the DFCU is used independently, the RF signal cable connects the PR in1 port
with the PR out1 port by default. Do not modify the connections on the board.
l If the cell configured with the DFCU has more than six TRXs, short-circuit the HL-IN port and the
HL-OUT port of the DFCU to ensure the six receive signals are consistent. If the cell configured with
the DFCU has six or less TRXs, connect the HL-IN port with the HL-OUT port.
LEDs and Ports on the DFCU (1800 MHz)
The DFCU (1800 MHz) provides four LEDs to indicate whether the module operates normally.
It provides 28 ports to receive power input and transfer RF signals and monitoring signals.
DFCU (1800 MHz) Panel
Figure 4-27 shows the DFCU (1800 MHz) panel.
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Figure 4-27 DFCU (1800 MHz) panel
RXD-ANT
TX/RX-ANT
TX2
VSWR
DCS1800 DFCU-H
LNA
LEDs on the DFCU (1800 MHz) panel
Table 4-32 lists the LEDs on the DFCU (1800 MHz) panel.
Table 4-32 LEDs on the DFCU (1800 MHz) panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Power
indicator
On The power input failure alarm is
detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The power input is normal.
Off No power input is detected.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
ALM Red Communicatio
n alarm LED
On The DFCU internal
communication failure alarm is
detected
Blinking once
every two seconds
An internal program of the DFCU
is running or the program from the
BSC is being downloaded.
Off No alarm is detected.
SWR Red VSWR alarm
indicator of the
TX/RX_ANT
port
On Level 2 VSWR alarm is detected.
It means a serious fault associated
with the antenna occurs and the
RF power is being blocked.
Blinking once
every two seconds
Level 1 VSWR alarm is detected.
It means a slight performance
decrease of the antenna occurs.
No action is required on the BTS
side.
Off No VSWR alarm is detected.
TUNI
NG
Red Tuning fail
alarm indicator
On The tuning failure alarm is
detected.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The tuning is being performed.
Off No alarm is detected.

Ports on the DFCU (1800 MHz) Panel
The ports on the DFCU (1800 MHz) are the same as those on the DFCU (900 MHz). For details,
refer to Ports on the DFCU (900 MHz) panel.
4.10.5 Specifications of the DFCU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DFCU.
Table 4-33 describes the specifications for the DFCU.
Table 4-33 Specifications for the DFCU
Item Specifications
Size Size of the front panel (length x width): 396 mm 142 mm
Working voltage -48 V power input
Power consumption (heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 50 W
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Item Specifications
Weight 20 kg

4.11 DTMU
The Transmission/Timing/Management Unit for DTRU BTS (DTMU) is an entity for basic
transmission and control in the BTS3012. It works as a main controller. The DTMU is a
mandatory module inserted in slots 0 (from left to right) of the DCMB in the common subrack.
4.11.1 Functions of the DTMU
This describes the functions of the DTMU. The DTMU provides multiple ports to receive clock
signals, power supply, maintenance signals, and external alarm signals. It controls and manages
the entire BTS.
4.11.2 Working Environment of the DTMU
This describes the working environment of the DTMU, which operates in the common subsystem
of the BTS. It processes the E1 trunk signals or the data signals from the optical transmission
equipment, and then transmits the data signals, clock signals, and control signals to the entire
BTS through the buses in the BTS.
4.11.3 Working Principles of the DTMU
This describes the working principles of the DTMU. The DTMU consists of the BIU, MCU,
and MCK.
4.11.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTMU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DTMU panel. The nine LEDs on the DTMU panel
indicate the operating status of the DTMU. The four ports on the DTMU panel provide access
for the clock reference and the local maintenance terminal.
4.11.5 DIP Switches on the DTMU
This describes the DIP switches on the DTMU. Of the five DIP switches on the DTMU, two
switches, namely, S4 and S5, specify the grounding for four E1 routes. The other switches, S3,
S6, and S7, are reserved.
4.11.6 Specifications of the DTMU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DTMU.
4.11.1 Functions of the DTMU
This describes the functions of the DTMU. The DTMU provides multiple ports to receive clock
signals, power supply, maintenance signals, and external alarm signals. It controls and manages
the entire BTS.
The DTMU performs the following functions:
l Provides external GPS inputs
l Provides BITS synchronized clock inputs
l
l Provides the 10 Mbit/s Ethernet port for maintenance
l Supports four E1 inputs by default or eight E1 inputs if required
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l Controls, maintains, and operates the BTS
l Downloads software for the BTS
l Provides fault management, configuration management, performance management, and
security management
l Distributing and managing BTS clock signals
l E1 port
l Supports six inputs of dry contact signals
l Provides three extended digital control signal outputs
l Monitors the external fan control board and the power modules
4.11.2 Working Environment of the DTMU
This describes the working environment of the DTMU, which operates in the common subsystem
of the BTS. It processes the E1 trunk signals or the data signals from the optical transmission
equipment, and then transmits the data signals, clock signals, and control signals to the entire
BTS through the buses in the BTS.
Figure 4-28 shows the working environment of the DTMU.
Figure 4-28 Working environment of the DTMU
Common subsystem
TBUS
DBUS
Optical
cable
E1
CBUS
Optical
transmission
equipment
DTMU
DTMU
Monitoring and
BITS signals
The working environment of the DTMU is as follows:
l The DTMU processes the E1 trunk signals or the data signals from the optical transmission
equipment, and then transmits the signals to the DCSU through the data bus.
l The DTMU provides the entire with clock signals and control signals through the system
buses in the BTS.
l The DTMU processes the external lightning protection failure signals and BITS clock
signals.
4.11.3 Working Principles of the DTMU
This describes the working principles of the DTMU. The DTMU consists of the BIU, MCU,
and MCK.
Figure 4-29 shows the working principles of the DTMU.
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Figure 4-29 Functional structure of the DTMU
MCU
DTMU
BIU
MCK
DTRU
CBUS2
DBUS
BSC
LMT
MMI
Abis
Subrack number
and clock
External
synchronized clock
OML
Clock
BIU
l Connects the BTS to the BSC
l Exchanges timeslot data between the E1 links and the DBUS
l Synchronizes the lower-level clock with the upper-level clock
MCU
l Supports the protocols such as UART and HDLC
l Controls the BIU to establish the communication between the BSC and the BTS
l Provides the platform for the running of the MCK software modules
MCK
l Provides high-precision clock source for the BTS and provides system clock based on this
clock source
l Checks the phase-locked state, provides phase lock for the software, provides DA
adjustment, and generates frame numbers
4.11.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTMU
This describes the LEDs and ports on the DTMU panel. The nine LEDs on the DTMU panel
indicate the operating status of the DTMU. The four ports on the DTMU panel provide access
for the clock reference and the local maintenance terminal.
Panel
Figure 4-30 shows the DTMU panel.
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Figure 4-30 DTMU panel
DTMU
RUN
ACT
ALM
RST
MMI
TM2
T13M
FCLK
PLL
LIU1
LIU2
LIU3
LIU4
SWT
LED
Table 4-34 lists the LEDs on the DTMU panel.
Table 4-34 LEDs on the DTMU panel
LED Color Description Status Meaning
RUN Green Operating
indicator of the
board
Blinking once every
four seconds
The OML is blocked.
Blinking once every
two seconds
The internal cables of the
EMUA are securely
connected,
Blinking frequently
and irregularly
The BSC is loading data.
Off There is no power input for
the board.
ACT Green Status indicator On The internal cables of the
EMUA are securely
connected,
PLL Green Clock status
indicator
Off The clock is abnormal.
On Free-run
Blinking four times
per second
Pull-in
Fast flash (on for 0.5s
and off for 0.5s)
Locked
LIU1 Green Transmission
status indicator
of E1 port 1
Off E1 port 1 is normal when
SWT is off.
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LED Color Description Status Meaning
On E1 port 1 near end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
Blinking four times
per second
E1 port 1 remote end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
LIU2 Green Transmission
status indicator
of E1 port 2
Off E1 port 2 is normal when
SWT is off.
On E1 port 2 near end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
Blinking four times
per second
E1 port 2 remote end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
LIU3 Green Transmission
status indicator
of E1 port 3
Off E1 port 3 is normal when
SWT is off.
On E1 port 3 near end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
Blinking four times
per second
E1 port 3 remote end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
LIU4 Green Transmission
status indicator
of E1 port 4
Off E1 port 4 is normal when
SWT is off.
On E1 port 4 near end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
Blinking four times
per second
E1 port 4 remote end alarm
occurs when SWT is off.
SWT Green Indicates the
transmission
status of E1
links
When the DTMU
supports four E1
routes, the SWT LED
is always off.
LIU1 to LIU4 indicate the
transmission status of E1
port 1 to 4.
ALM Red Alarm indicator Off No board alarm
On An alarm is generated.

Port
Table 4-35 lists the ports on the DTMU panel.
Table 4-35 Ports on the DTMU panel
Port Type Cable Function
T2M SMA female connector E1 Cable 2 MHz reference clock,
used to test and tune clock
precision
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Port Type Cable Function
FCLK SMA female connector E1 Cable 216.7 Hz frame clock
T13M SMA female connector E1 Cable 13 MHz reference clock,
used to test and tune clock
precision
MMI RJ45 connector Ethernet cable Terminal maintenance
port

4.11.5 DIP Switches on the DTMU
This describes the DIP switches on the DTMU. Of the five DIP switches on the DTMU, two
switches, namely, S4 and S5, specify the grounding for four E1 routes. The other switches, S3,
S6, and S7, are reserved.
Figure 4-31 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the DTMU and their factory settings.
Figure 4-31 Layout of the DIP switches on the DTMU
ON OFF
S4
4
1
4
S6
4
1
S7
4
1
S3
4
1
S5
1
The DIP switches on the DTMU specify the grounding of four E1 routes. Table 4-36 lists their
detailed settings.
Table 4-36 Settings of the DIP switches on the DTMU
DIP Switch DIP Bit ON/OFF Description
S5 1 ON Ring of the first TX E1 route is grounded.
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DIP Switch DIP Bit ON/OFF Description
OFF Ring of the first TX E1 route is not
grounded.
2 ON Ring of the first RX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the first RX E1 route is not
grounded.
3 ON Ring of the second TX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the second TX E1 route is not
grounded.
4 ON Ring of the second RX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the second RX E1 route is not
grounded.
S4 1 ON Ring of the third TX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the third TX E1 route is not
grounded.
2 ON Ring of the third RX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the third RX E1 route is not
grounded.
3 ON Ring of the fourth TX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the fourth TX E1 route is not
grounded.
4 ON Ring of the fourth RX E1 route is grounded.
OFF Ring of the fourth RX E1 route is not
grounded.

4.11.6 Specifications of the DTMU
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DTMU.
Table 4-37 describes the specifications for the DTMU.
Table 4-37 Specifications for the DTMU
Item Specifications
Size Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 280.0 mm x 233.4 mm x 2.0
mm
Size of the front panel (length x width): 261.0 mm x 30.5 mm
Working voltage -48 V power input
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Power
consumption (heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 27 W
Weight 1.2 kg

4.12 DTRB
The Double-Transceiver Unit Backplane (DTRB) is placed in the DTRU subrack. The DTRB
provides six slots to house the DTRUs.
4.12.1 Functions of the DTRB
This describes the functions of the DTRB.
4.12.2 Working Principles of the DTRB
This describes the working principles of the DTRB. The DTRB uses the bus structure to
exchange signals between the DTRU and the common subsystem. The DTRB provides clock
bus, control bus, and data bus.
4.12.3 Specifications of the DTRB
This describes the dimensions of the DTRB.
4.12.1 Functions of the DTRB
This describes the functions of the DTRB.
The DTRB performs the following functions:
l Provides bus connection between the common subsystem and the double-transceiver
subsystem
l Specifies the slot number and rack number of the DTRU
4.12.2 Working Principles of the DTRB
This describes the working principles of the DTRB. The DTRB uses the bus structure to
exchange signals between the DTRU and the common subsystem. The DTRB provides clock
bus, control bus, and data bus.
Figure 4-32 shows the working principles of the DTRB.
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Figure 4-32 Functional structure of the DTRB
DTRB
DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DTMU
DCSU
DBUS/TBUS/CBUS
The signal transfer principles of the DTRB are as follows:
l The DTRU connects with the DTMU through the DCSU by using the PCB cabling on the
DTRB.
l The DTRB specifies the slot number and rack number of the DTRU.
l The DTMU transmits the clock signals of the BTS system through the DCSU to the DTRB,
which transmits the clock signals to the DTRUs.
l The uplink and downlink control bus and data bus of the DTRU are connected to the DCSU
through the DTRB.
4.12.3 Specifications of the DTRB
This describes the dimensions of the DTRB.
Table 4-38 describes the specifications for the DTRB.
Table 4-38 Specifications for the DTRB
Item Specifications
Size Size of the PCB (length x width x height): 426.0 mm x 178.0 mm x 3.0 mm
Dimension of the front panel: The DTRB is a backplane and has no front
panel.

4.13 DTRU
The Double-Transceiver Unit (DTRU) is placed in the double-transceiver subsystem of the BTS.
One DTRU consists of two TRXs.
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4.13.1 Functions of the DTRU
This descries the functions of the DTRU. The DTRU functionally consists of the baseband
processing part, RF transmitting part, and RF receiving part.
4.13.2 Working Environment of the DTRU
This describes the working environment of the DTRU. The DTRUs are inserted into the slots
of the backplane in the DTRU subrack.
4.13.3 Working Principles of the DTRU
This describes the working principles of the DTRU. The DTRU consists of the DTRU Baseband
and RF Unit (DBRU), DTRU Power Amplifier Unit (DPAU), and DTRU Power Supply Unit
(DTPS).
4.13.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTRU
The four LEDs on the DTRU panel indicate the operating status of the DTRU and other
functional subsystems. The eight ports on the DTRU panel are used to complete the signal
interconnection with the RF front-end subsystem.
4.13.5 Specifications of the DTRU
This describes the size, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DTRU.
4.13.1 Functions of the DTRU
This descries the functions of the DTRU. The DTRU functionally consists of the baseband
processing part, RF transmitting part, and RF receiving part.
Baseband Processing Part
The baseband processing part performs the following functions:
l Processes signaling, coding and decoding, interleaving and de-interleaving, modulation
and demodulation
l Supports RF loop test and switchover of the faulty phase-locked loop
l Amplifying output power
RF Transmitting Part
The RF transmitter performs the following functions:
l Up-converts baseband signals to RF signals, and performs filtering and hopping of RF
signals.
l Amplifies, combines, and outputs RF signals
The transmitting modes of RF signals are as follows:
l Transmit independency
l PBT
l Wideband combination
l Transmit diversity
RF Receiving Part
The RF receiver performs the following functions:
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l Down-converts RF signals to baseband signals, and performs hopping of RF signals
l Uncombines the received RF signals. Performs receive diversity
The receiving modes of the RF signals are as follows:
l Receive independency
l Receive diversity
l Four-way receive diversity
NOTE
The cross-subrack baseband FH and cross-cabinet baseband FH are not supported.
4.13.2 Working Environment of the DTRU
This describes the working environment of the DTRU. The DTRUs are inserted into the slots
of the backplane in the DTRU subrack.
Figure 4-33 shows the working environment of the DTRU.
Figure 4-33 Working Environment of the DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DTRU
DBUS
CBUS
TBUS
DBUS
CBUS
TBUS
DBUS
CBUS
TBUS
DAFU
DAFU
DAFU
FH_BUS
CBUS3
FH_BUS
RF signals
CBUS3
FH_BUS
CBUS3

DBUS/TBUS/CBUS
RF signals
RF signals
Double-transceiver
subsystem
RF front-end
subsystem
The working environment of the DTRU is as follows:
l Receiving clock signals, control signals, and data signals from the DTRB
l Modulates the baseband signals into RF signals, and then transmits the RF signals to the
DAFU subrack through RF signal cables
4.13.3 Working Principles of the DTRU
This describes the working principles of the DTRU. The DTRU consists of the DTRU Baseband
and RF Unit (DBRU), DTRU Power Amplifier Unit (DPAU), and DTRU Power Supply Unit
(DTPS).
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Functional structure of the DTRU
Figure 4-34 shows the functional structure of the DTRU.
Figure 4-34 Functional structure of the DTRU
DPAU
DTMU DAFU
DTRU
DBRU
DTPS
-48 V DC
l The DBRU is the main functional module of the DTRU. It provides modulation/
demodulation, data processing, and combining/dividing between the baseband signals and
RF signals.
l The DTPS is the power supply board of the DTRU. The DTPS converts the 48 V DC
power into +28 V DC power for the DPAU. The DTPS also supplies three routes of power
required by the TRX: 8 V, 4 V, and 3.3 V.
l The DPAU performs the following functions:
Amplifies the signals transmitted from the DBRU to the required power level
Couples the output power for a loopback test and the power detection
Provides the detected temperature of the power amplifier
Provides wideband combination and PBT functions
Functional modes of the DTRU
l RF Transmit Mode
In the transmit independency mode, the two TRXs work independently without using
the combination unit. Figure 4-35 shows the working principle in the DTRU transmit
independency mode.
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Figure 4-35 Transmit independency mode
In the PBT mode, only one TRX in the DTRU is used. One route of signals goes through
modulation and DA conversion. Then, the converted RF signals are divided into two
routes and sent to the power amplified for amplification. At last, the amplified signals
are combined. As these two routes of signals are aligned in phase, the output power is
amplified after combination. Figure 4-36 shows the working principle in the DTRU
PBT mode.
Figure 4-36 PBT mode
TCOM
TX
TRX0
TX
TRX1
TX1
TX2
Control unit
Combiner
In the wideband combination mode, the two transceivers are combined through a
combiner before transmission. Figure 4-37 shows the working principle in the DTRU
wideband combination mode.
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Figure 4-37 Wideband combination mode
TCOM
TX
TRX0
TX
TRX1
TX1
TX2
Control
unit
Combiner
In the transmit diversity mode, one route of baseband signals are divided into two routes.
Thus, the downlink receive level of the MS is improved. Figure 4-38 shows the working
principle in the DTRU transmit diversity mode.
Figure 4-38 Transmit diversity mode
l RF Receive Mode
In the receive independency mode, each TRX of the DTRU uses the main and diversity
ports of itself. Figure 4-39 shows the working principle in the DTRU receive
independency mode.
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Figure 4-39 Receive independency mode
In the receive diversity mode, each main/diversity signal is divided into two routes
through a divider, and then sent to the main/diversity port of the two TRXs. Note only
two channels of RF signals are routed into the DTRU through the RF cables. Figure
4-40 shows the working principle in the DTRU receive diversity mode.
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Figure 4-40 Receive diversity mode
In the 4-way receive diversity mode, four routes of signals are sent to one TRX. The 4-
way receive diversity helps achieve more uplink gain than the main receive diversity
does. Note in the 4-way receive diversity mode, only one TRX can be used in the DTRU.
Figure 4-41 shows the working principles in the DTRU 4-way receive diversity mode.
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Figure 4-41 4-way receive diversity mode
TCOM
TX
TX
TX1
TX2
TRX0
TRX1
Divider
Divider
RXM1
RXD1
RXM2
RXD2
Control
unit
Control
unit
Combiner
4.13.4 LEDs and Ports on the DTRU
The four LEDs on the DTRU panel indicate the operating status of the DTRU and other
functional subsystems. The eight ports on the DTRU panel are used to complete the signal
interconnection with the RF front-end subsystem.
Panel
Figure 4-42 shows the DTRU panel.
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Figure 4-42 DTRU panel
DTRU
TX1
TCOM
TX2
RST
RUN
ACT
ALM
RF_IND
PWR
RXM1
RXD1
RXM2
RXD2
LED
Table 4-39 describes the LEDs on the DTRU panel.
Table 4-39 LEDs on the DTRU panel
LED Color Description Status Description
RUN Green Operating and
power-on
indicator of the
DTRU
On There is power
supply. However,
the module is
faulty.
Off There is no power
supply or the
module is faulty.
Blinking once
every four seconds
The module is
starting.
Blinking once
every two seconds
The module works
normally.
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LED Color Description Status Description
Fast flash (on for
0.2s and off for
0.2s)
The DTMU is
issuing
configuration data
to the DTRU.
ACT Green Operating
indicator of the
transceiver
On The DTRU is
operating. (The
DTMU issuing
configuration data
normally and the
cells starts) All the
channels on the
two TRXs operate
normally.
Off The
communication
between the
DTRU and the
DTMU is not
established.
Blinking once
every two seconds
A part of logical
channels work
normally (before
and after TRX
mutual aid).
ALM Red Indicates
whether there are
alarms
On (including
high-frequency
flash)
Critical alarm
(The module is
faulty.)
Off The module is
normal.
RF_IND Red RF indicator On There is voltage
standing wave
radio (VSWR)
alarm.
Off The internal cables
of the EMUA are
securely
connected,
Blinking once
every two seconds
There is a radio
link alarm.

Port
Table 4-40 lists the ports on DTRU (type B) panel.
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Table 4-40 Description of the ports on the DTRU
Port Type Cable Description
TX1 N female
connector
RF TX signal cable It is the output port for the signals
from TRX1.
l In transmit independency or
transmit diversity mode, the TX
port routes the signals to the TX
port of the module in the RF front-
end subrack.
l In PBT or wideband combination
mode, this port is suspended.
TCOM N female
connector
RF TX signal cable In PBT or wideband combination
mode, the TCOM port is used to
output the combined signals from the
TX1 and TX2 ports.
TX2 N female
connector
RF TX signal cable It is the output port for the signals
from TRX2.
l In transmit independency or
transmit diversity mode, the TX
port routes the signals to the TX
port of the module in the RF front-
end subrack.
l In PBT or wideband combination
mode, this port is suspended.
RXM1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable l In receive independency or
receive diversity mode, it is the
input port for the main RF signal.
l In 4-way receive diversity mode,
it is the input port for the diversity
signal 1.
RXD1 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable l In receive independency or
receive diversity mode, it is the
input port for the diversity RF
signal.
l In 4-way receive diversity mode,
it is the input port for the diversity
signal 2.
RXM2 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable l In receive independency mode, it
is the input port for the main RF
signal.
l In 4-way receive diversity mode,
it is the input port for the diversity
signal 3.
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Port Type Cable Description
RXD2 SMA female
connector
RF RX signal cable l In receive independency mode, it
is the input port for the diversity
RF signal.
l In 4-way receive diversity mode,
it is the input port for the diversity
signal 4.
PWR 3V3 power
connector
Power Cable from
the BTS3012
Busbar to the
DTRU Subrack
Power input port

4.13.5 Specifications of the DTRU
This describes the size, working voltage, power consumption, and weight of the DTRU.
Table 4-41 lists the specifications of the DTRU.
Table 4-41 Specifications of the DTRU
Item Specifications
Dimensions Front panel: 389.2 mm (L) x 68.1 mm (W)
Working voltage 48 V DC or +24 V DC input
Power
consumption
(heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption with 48 V DC input: 320 W
Maximum power consumption with +27 V DC input: 310 W
Weight 6.8kg

4.14 Fan Box
The fan box forms a loop with the air inlet box to provide forced ventilation and dissipation for
the common subrack, DTRU subrack, and DAFU subrack.
4.14.1 Functions of the Fan Box
This describes the functions of the fan box.
4.14.2 Working Principles of the Fan Box
This describes the working principles of the fan box. The fan box, which is configured in the
fan subrack, consists of one NodeB Fan Controlling and Monitoring Board (NFCB) and four
independent axial flow fans.
4.14.3 LEDs and Ports on the Fan Box
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This describes the LEDs and ports on the fan box. The STATE LED on the panel of the fan box
indicates the operating status of the fans. One port on the panel of the fan box exchanges the
signals with the DTMU, whereas the other port imports power input.
4.14.4 Specifications of the Fan Box
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, and power consumption (heat consumption) of
the fan box.
4.14.1 Functions of the Fan Box
This describes the functions of the fan box.
The fan box performs the following functions:
l Monitors the temperature of the DTRUs, modules in the DAFU subrack, and DTMUs. And
adjusts the rotation speed of the fans.
l Communicates with the central processing unit to report alarms and the adjusted rotation
speed of the fans based on the temperature to the central processing unit
4.14.2 Working Principles of the Fan Box
This describes the working principles of the fan box. The fan box, which is configured in the
fan subrack, consists of one NodeB Fan Controlling and Monitoring Board (NFCB) and four
independent axial flow fans.
NFCB
l The NFCB is placed in the FAN subrack. It is a mandatory module. Only one DFCB can
be configured.
l The NFCB detects the temperature of the DTRUs, modules in the DAFU subrack, and
DTMUs, and then reports the temperature information to the DTMU or automatically
adjusts the speed of the fans.
l The fans can run at full speed or half speed. The NFCB controls the speed and status of
fans.
Fans
l The rear part of the cabinet top and the air inlets at the bottom of the cabinet form a
ventilation circuit, cooling the entire cabinet.
l The fans are configured in N+1 mode. When one fan fails, the other fans run at full speed.
In normal temperature, the fans can meet the heat dissipation requirements.
4.14.3 LEDs and Ports on the Fan Box
This describes the LEDs and ports on the fan box. The STATE LED on the panel of the fan box
indicates the operating status of the fans. One port on the panel of the fan box exchanges the
signals with the DTMU, whereas the other port imports power input.
Figure 4-43 shows the panel of the fan box.
Figure 4-43 Panel of the fan box
FAN
PWR
STATE
COM
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The STATE LED on the fan box indicates the operating status of the fans, as shown in Table
4-42.
Table 4-42 LEDs on the fan box
LED Color Status Description
STATE Green Blinking four times per
second
The NFCB communicates
with the DTMU
abnormally. There is no
alarm.
Red Blinking four times per
second
An alarm is generated.
Green Blinking once every two
seconds
The board operates
normally.
Orange (red and
green)
On The software of the board
is being upgraded.
Green or red or
orange
Off There is no power supply
or the board is faulty.

Table 4-43 lists the ports on the panel of the fan box.
Table 4-43 Ports on the panel of the fan box
Port Type Cable Description
COM DB26 female connector Signal transfer cable
for the fan subrack
It provides access to
communicate with the
DTMU.
PWR 3V3 power connector Power cable from the
BTS3012 busbar to the
fan subrack
This is the power input
port that routes the power
supply from the busbar to
the fan subrack.

4.14.4 Specifications of the Fan Box
This describes the dimensions, working voltage, and power consumption (heat consumption) of
the fan box.
Table 4-44 describes the specifications of the fan box.
Table 4-44 Specifications of the fan box
Item Specifications
Dimensions Front panel: 435.0mm (L) 88.1mm (W)
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Working voltage -48 V power input
Power consumption (heat
consumption)
Maximum power consumption: 153 W

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About This Chapter
This describes the functions, appearance, assignment of pins, and installation positions of the
BTS3012 cables.
5.1 List of the BTS3012 Cables
This describes the BTS3012 cables, including the power cables, PGND cables, transmission
cables, signal cables, and RF signal cables.
5.2 BTS3012 Power Cables
The BTS3012 power cables are classified into the power cables for the cabinet and power cables
for the busbar. The power cables for the busbar are classified into the power cable between the
busbar and the DAFU subrack, power cable between the busbar and the fan subrack, and power
cable between the busbar and the common subrack.
5.3 BTS3012 PGND Cables
The BTS3012 PGND cables are classified into the PGND cable for the external power input,
PGND cable for the DC lightning protection board (copper sheet), and PGND cable between
the wiring copper bar and the cabinet.
5.4 BTS3012 Transmission Cables
The transmission cables for the BTS3012 consist of the E1 cables, optical cables, and Ethernet
cables.
5.5 BTS3012 Signal Cables
The signal cables for the BTS3012 consist of the lightning protection failure alarm signal cable,
power detection signal cable, combining short-circuiting signal cable, signal cable for cabinet
groups, RET control signal cable, signal cable between the DCSU and DTRB, signal cable
between the DCSU and DAFU, signal cable between the DFCB and DFCU, and fan subrack
signal cable.
5.6 BTS3012 RF Cables
The RF cables of the BTS3012 include the BTS3012 RF signal cables and the BTS3012 indoor
1/2-inch RF jumper.
5.7 Cables Between the BTS3012 and the Auxiliary Equipment
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This describes the cables between the BTS3012 and the auxiliary equipment. The cables between
the BTS3012 and the auxiliary equipment consist of the signal cables in the external environment
alarm box and the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3012.
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5.1 List of the BTS3012 Cables
This describes the BTS3012 cables, including the power cables, PGND cables, transmission
cables, signal cables, and RF signal cables.
Table 5-1 lists the BTS3012 cables.
Table 5-1 List of the BTS3012 cables
Categ
ory
Sub-Category Installation Position Factory Settings
DC
power
cable
Power cable for the
cabinet
One end is connected to the
terminals labeled + and - on
the power input terminal
block, which is located on
top of the cabinet.
The other end is connected
to the power distribution
device provided by the
customer.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the BTS3012
Power Cables.
PGND
cable
PGND cable One end is connected to the
PGND bar provided by the
customer.
The other end is connected
to the PGND bar on top of
the cabinet.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the BTS3012
PGND Cables.
Busbar
power
cable
Power cable from
the busbar to the
DAFU subrack
One end is connected to the
corresponding port on the
busbar, which is located on
the right of the cabinet.
The other end is connected
to the POWER port on the
DDPU panel or the DC-
IN-48V port on the DFCU
panel.
One end of the cable is
connected to the busbar
before delivery. The other
end of the cable should be
connected on site according
to the actual requirement.
For details, refer to
Installing the Power
Cables of the BTS3012
Busbar.
Power cable
between the busbar
and the DTRU
One end is connected to the
corresponding port on the
busbar, which is located on
the right of the cabinet.
The other end is connected
to the PWR port on the
DTRU.
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Categ
ory
Sub-Category Installation Position Factory Settings
Power cable
between the busbar
and the fan subrack
One end is connected to the
corresponding port on the
busbar, which is located on
the right of the cabinet.
The other end is connected
to the PWR port on the fan
subrack.
Power cable from
the busbar to the
common subrack
One end is connected to the
corresponding port on the
busbar, which is located on
the right of the cabinet.
The other end is connected
to the POWER port on the
DCCU panel.
Transm
ission
cable
E1 cable One end is connected to the
transmission device
provided by the customer.
The other end is connected
to the TRAN port on the
DCCU panel.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the E1 Cable of
the BTS3012.
Ethernet cables of
the BTS3012/
BTS3012AE
One end of the straight-
through Ethernet cable is
connected to the MMI port
on the DTMU panel. The
other end is connected to the
HUB port. Alternatively,
one end is connected to the
Ethernet port on the LMT
PC and the other end is
connected to the HUB port.
The crossover Ethernet
cable is used to connect the
MMI port on the DTMU
panel to the Ethernet port on
the LMT PC.
The Ethernet cables should
be connected on site before
maintenance.
Optical cable One end is connected to the
transmission device (such as
the ODF) provided by the
customer.
The other end is connected
to the optical transmission
equipment through the
cabling hole on top of the
cabinet.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the Optical
Cable of the BTS3012.
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ory
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Signal
cables
Lightning
protection failure
alarm cable
The cord end terminal is
connected to the wiring
terminal block on the DC
surge protector on top of the
cabinet.
The 2PIN phoenix terminal
is connected to the S1+S1-
port on the DCCU.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
Power detection
cable
One end is connected to the
PF out/PR out port on the
DFCU panel.
The other end is connected
to the PF in/PR in port on the
DFCU panel.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
Four-in-one short-
circuiting signal
cable
One end is connected to the
COM port on the DFCU
panel.
The other end is connected
to the TX-DUP port on the
DFCU panel.
This cable should be
installed on site. For details,
refer to Installing the Four-
In-One Short-Circuiting
Signal Cable of the
BTS3012.
Diversity receive
short-circuiting
cable
One end is connected to the
RXD-OUT port on the
DFCU panel.
The other end is connected
to the HL-IN port on the
DFCU panel.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
Signal cable for
cabinet groups
The two ends are connected
to the CKB port on the
DCCU panel in the main
cabinet group and to the
CKB port on the DCCU
panel in the extension
cabinet group respectively.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the Signal
Cables for BTS3012
Cabinet Groups.
Environment
monitoring signal
cable
One end is connected to port
IN-OUT on the DEMU.
The other end is connected
to the environment
monitoring device through
the DDF.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the
Environment Monitoring
Signal Cables of the
BTS3012.
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RET control signal
cable
One end is connected to the
SMA port on the DATU
panel.
The other end is connected
to the SMA port on the Bias-
Tee.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the RET
Control Signal Cable of
the BTS3012.
Signal cable
between the DCSU
and the DAFU
subrack
The MD64 male connector
at one end of the cable is
connected to the DAFU0 1 2
or DAFU 3 4 5 port on the
DCSU panel.
The three DB26 male
connectors at the other end
of the cable are connected to
the COM/ONSHELL/
DBUS/DBUS port on the
panel of the DDPU/DCOM/
DFCU/DFCB in the
corresponding DAFU
subrack.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
Signal cable
between the DCSU
and the DTRB
One end (MD64 male
connector) is connected to
the TO_DTRB port on the
DCSU.
The other end (MD68 male
connector) is connected to
the MD68 port on the
DTRB.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
Signal cable
between the DFCB
and the DFCU
One end is connected to the
COM1 or COM2 port on the
DFCB panel.
The other end is connected
to the COM-IN port on the
DFCU panel.
This cable should be
installed on site. For the
installation method, refer to
Installing the Signal Cable
Between the DFCB and
the DFCU of the BTS3012/
BTS3012AE.
Signal transfer
cable for the fan
subrack
One end (DB9 connector) is
connected to the To_FAN
port on the DCSU panel.
The other end (DB26
connector) is connected to
the COM port for the fan
box in the cabinet.
Both ends of the cable are
connected before delivery.
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RF
cable
RF RX/TX signal
cables between the
DTRU and the
DDPU/DFCU/
DFCB
The RF cables include the
TX signal cable and the RX
signal cable. One end of the
RF TX signal cable is
connected to the TX port on
the DTRU panel. The other
end is connected to the TX
port on the DDPU/DFCU/
DFCB panel.
One end of the RF RX signal
cable is connected to the RX
port on the DTRU panel.
The other end is connected
to the RX port on the DDPU/
DFCU/DFCB panel.
The cables are installed on
site based on the actual
requirements. For details,
refer to Installing the RF
Signal Cables of the
BTS3012/BTS3012AE.
Indoor 1/2-inch
jumper
One end is connected to the
feeder, which is connected
to the antenna.
The other end is connected
to the antenna port on the
DDPU/DFCU/DFCB.
Both ends of the cable
should be connected on site.
For details, refer to
Installing the Indoor 1/2-
Inch Jumper of the
BTS3012.

NOTE
Place the dustproof caps delivered with the cables under the cabinet for future use.
5.2 BTS3012 Power Cables
The BTS3012 power cables are classified into the power cables for the cabinet and power cables
for the busbar. The power cables for the busbar are classified into the power cable between the
busbar and the DAFU subrack, power cable between the busbar and the fan subrack, and power
cable between the busbar and the common subrack.
5.2.1 Power Cables for the BTS3012 Cabinet
The power cables for the BTS3012 cabinet are used to lead the external power into the cabinet.
The power cables are classified into the external input power cable and power cable between
the wiring copper bar and the busbar.
5.2.2 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DAFU Subrack
This describes function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power cable
from the busbar to the DAFU subrack.
5.2.3 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DTRU Subrack
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack.
5.2.4 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Fan Subrack
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This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the BTS3012 busbar to the fan subrack.
5.2.5 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Common Subrack
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the busbar to the common subrack.
5.2.1 Power Cables for the BTS3012 Cabinet
The power cables for the BTS3012 cabinet are used to lead the external power into the cabinet.
The power cables are classified into the external input power cable and power cable between
the wiring copper bar and the busbar.
Function
The power cables for the cabinet are used to lead the external power to the cabinet.
Appearance
The external input power cable consists of a -48 V DC power wire and a grounding wire. The
grounding wire has the same structure as the 48 V DC power wire. Both ends of the external
input power cable are OT terminals. The color of the external input power cable is subject to the
conditions on site.
The power cable between the wiring copper bar and the busbar consists of a -48 V DC power
wire and a grounding wire. The blue -48 V DC power wire has a cross-sectional area of 25
mm
2
. The black grounding wire also has a cross-sectional area of 25 mm
2
. One end of the power
cable between the wiring copper bar and the busbar is an OT terminal and the other end is a two-
hole terminal.
Pin Assignment
None.
Installation Position
Figure 5-1 shows the installation positions of the 48 V DC power wire and grounding wire of
the power cables for the cabinet.
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Figure 5-1 Installation positions of the power cables for the cabinet
DC power
distribution
equipment
DC lightning
protection board
Power input wiring terminal block
Protection grounding bar
-48V
GND
1
2
To protection
grounding bar
in equipment room
Table 5-2 describes the cables shown in Figure 5-1.
Table 5-2 Installation positions of the power cables for the cabinet
Num
ber
Power
Cable
Name One End Other End
1 External
input power
cable
-48 V DC
power wire
OT terminal:
connected to the
relevant wiring post on
the power distribution
device
Connected to the
terminal labeled -48V
on the power input
wiring terminal block
on top of the cabinet
Grounding
wire
OT terminal:
connected to the
relevant wiring post on
the power distribution
device
Two-hole terminal:
connected to the
terminal labeled GND
on the power input
wiring terminal block
on top of the cabinet
2 Power cable
between the
wiring
copper bar
and the
busbar
-48 V DC
power wire
OT terminal:
connected to the
terminal labeled -48V
on the power input
wiring terminal block
on top of the cabinet
Two-hole terminal:
connected to the
corresponding terminal
on the busbar
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Num
ber
Power
Cable
Name One End Other End
Grounding
wire
OT terminal:
connected to the
terminal labeled GND
on the power input
wiring terminal block
on top of the cabinet
Two-hole terminal:
connected to the
corresponding terminal
on the busbar

NOTE
The power cable between the wiring copper bar and the busbar is connected before delivery.
5.2.2 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DAFU Subrack
This describes function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power cable
from the busbar to the DAFU subrack.
Function
This describes function, structure, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power cable
from the busbar to the DAFU subrack.
Appearance
The power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack is a multiple-branch cable. Each cable
at the busbar end has three sub-branches and each branch supplies power to the three slots in the
DAFU subrack. Figure 5-2 shows the power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack.
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Figure 5-2 Power cable from the Busbar to the DAFU subrack
X1
X2
X3
A
W1
W4
W2
W5
W3
W6
View A View B
A1
A2
A3
X4
1
2
(1) 3V3 power connector (2) Common 2-pin connector
Pin Assignment
The pin assignment of the three sub-branches are the same. The first sub-branch is taken as an
example. The first sub-branch routes the power from the busbar to the left-most module in the
DAFU subrack, as shown in Table 5-3.
Table 5-3 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack
Wire X1 End X4 End Wire Color
W1 X1.A3 X4.1 Blue
W4 X1.A1 X4.2 Black

Installation Position
Table 5-4 describes the installation positions of the power cable between the busbar to the DAFU
subrack.
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Table 5-4 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the DAFU subrack
Power Cable One End (Common 2-Pin
Connector)
Other End (3V3
Power
Connector)
Power cable between the
busbar and the DAFU
subrack
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked as DAFU on the busbar
Connected to the
POWER port on the
DDPU in the
DAFU subrack or
to the DC-IN-48V
port on the DFCU

NOTE
One BTS3012 cabinet is configured with two power cables between the busbar and the DAFU subrack.
The two power cables are controlled by the same busbar switch.
5.2.3 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the DTRU Subrack
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack.
Function
The power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack is used to supply the power from the
busbar to the DTRUs in the DTRU subrack.
Appearance
There are nine power cables that transmit the power on the busbar to the DTRU subrack. Each
DTRU is configured with one power cable. Each two power cables are controlled by a MCB.
These cables are same in structure and appearance. Figure 5-3 shows the power cable from the
busbar to the DTRU subrack.
Figure 5-3 Power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack
X1
A
W1
W2
X2
1
2
View A
A1
A2
A3
View B
B
(1) 3V3 power connector (2) Common 2-pin connector
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Pin Assignment
Table 5-5 describes the pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack.
Table 5-5 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack
Wire X1 End X2 End Wire Color
W1 X1.A3 X2.1 Blue
W2 X1.A1 X2.2 Black

Installation Position
There are nine power cables that supply the power on the busbar to the DTRU subrack. Table
5-6 shows the installation positions of the power cable.
Table 5-6 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the DTRU subrack
Power Cable One End (Common 2-Pin
Connector)
Other End (3V3
Power
Connector)
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU5
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU5 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU5
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU4
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU4 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU4
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU3
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU3 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU3
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU2
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU2 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU2
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU1
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU1 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on
DTRU1
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU 0
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU 0 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU 0
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Power Cable One End (Common 2-Pin
Connector)
Other End (3V3
Power
Connector)
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU8
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU8 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU8
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU7
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU7 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU7
Power cable from the
busbar to DTRU6
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DTRU6 on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of
DTRU6

5.2.4 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Fan Subrack
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the BTS3012 busbar to the fan subrack.
Function
The power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack is used to supply the power from the busbar
to the fan box in the fan subrack.
Appearance
Figure 5-4 shows the power cable from the Busbar to the fan subrack.
Figure 5-4 Power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack
(1) 3V3 power connector (2) Common 2-pin connector
Pin Assignment
Table 5-7 describes the pin assignment for the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack.
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Table 5-7 Pin assignment for the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack
Wire X1 End X2 End Wire Color
W1 X1.A3 X2.1 Blue
W2 X1.A1 X2.2 Black

Installation Position
Table 5-8 describes the structure of the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack.
Table 5-8 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the fan subrack
Power Cable One End (Common 2-Pin
Connector)
Other End (3V3
Power
Connector)
Power cable between the
busbar and the FAN
subrack
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked as FAN on the busbar
Connected to the
PWR port on the
front panel of the
fan box

5.2.5 Power Cable from the BTS3012 Busbar to the Common
Subrack
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable from the busbar to the common subrack.
Function
The power cable from the busbar to the common subrack is used to supply the power from the
busbar to the entire common subrack.
Appearance
One power cable is used to connect the common subrack to the busbar. Figure 5-5 shows the
power cable.
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Figure 5-5 Power cable from the busbar to the common subrack
X1
A
W1
W2
X2
1
2
View A
A1
A2
A3
View B
B
(1) 3V3 power connector (2) Common 2-pin connector
Pin Assignment
Table 5-9 describes the pin assignment for the power cable from the busbar to the common
subrack.
Table 5-9 Pin assignment of the power cable from the busbar to the common subrack
Wire X1 End X2 End Wire Color
W1 X1.A3 X2.1 Blue
W2 X1.A1 X2.2 Black

Installation Position
Table 5-10 describes the installation position of the power cable from the busbar to the common
subrack.
Table 5-10 Installation positions of the power cable from the busbar to the common subrack
Power Cable One End (Common 2-Pin
Connector)
Other End (3V3
Power
Connector)
Power cable from the
busbar to the common
subrack
Connected to the corresponding MCB
marked DCCU on the busbar
Connected to the
POWER port on the
DCCU panel

5.3 BTS3012 PGND Cables
The BTS3012 PGND cables are classified into the PGND cable for the external power input,
PGND cable for the DC lightning protection board (copper sheet), and PGND cable between
the wiring copper bar and the cabinet.
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Function
The PGND cables keep the cabinet well grounded.
Appearance
The PGND cable is yellow and green in color. Both ends of the PGND cable are OT terminals,
as shown in Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-6 PGND cable
Pin Assignment
None.
Installation Position
Figure 5-7 shows the installation positions of the PGND cable.
Figure 5-7 Installation positions of the PGND cables on top of the cabinet
DC power
distribution
equipment
DC lightning
protection board
Power input wiring terminal block
Protection grounding bar
2
To protection
grounding bar
in equipment room
1
3
Table 5-11 describes the cables shown in Figure 5-7.
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Table 5-11 Installation positions of the PGND cables
Num
ber
PGND Cable One End (OT
Terminal)
Other End (OT Terminal)
1 PGND cable for the
external power input
Connected to the
PGND bar on top of
the cabinet
Connected to the PGND bar in the
equipment room
2 PGND cable between
the wiring copper bar
and the cabinet
Connected to the grounding
terminal at the rear of the cabinet
The PGND cable is installed.
3 PGND cable for the DC
lightning protection
board (copper sheet)
Connected to the DC lightning
protection board on top of the
cabinet The PGND cable is
installed.

5.4 BTS3012 Transmission Cables
The transmission cables for the BTS3012 consist of the E1 cables, optical cables, and Ethernet
cables.
5.4.1 BTS3012 E1 Cable
The E1 cable is used to transmit E1 trunk signals between the BTS and the BSC.
5.4.2 Optical Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the optical
cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE.
5.4.3 Ethernet Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the
Ethernet cables. There are two types of Ethernet cables: straight-through cable and crossover
cable.
5.4.1 BTS3012 E1 Cable
The E1 cable is used to transmit E1 trunk signals between the BTS and the BSC.
Function
The E1 cable is used to transmit E1 trunk signals between the BTS and the BSC.
Appearance
The E1 cable is a twisted pair cable with a length of 8 m. The E1 cable consists of four pairs of
120-ohm twisted pairs. Each pair forms one E1 route. Therefore, each E1 cable provides four
E1 routes. The E1 cable uses a DB26 male connector at one end. The other end of the cable is
bare. The connectors should be selected and made on site. Figure 5-8 shows the cable.
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Figure 5-8 E1 cable
X1
A
Pos.1
Pos.26
View A
(1) DB26 male connector
Installation Position
Table 5-12 describes the installation positions of the E1 cable in the BTS3012.
Table 5-12 Installation positions of the E1 cable
Wire Type BTS One End (DB26 Male
Connector)
Other End (Bare Wire)
E1 cable BTS3012 Connected to the TRAN
port for the DCCU
Connected to the
transmission equipment
such as DDF

5.4.2 Optical Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the optical
cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE.
Function
The optical cable is used to transmit optical signals between the cabinet and other devices. The
optical cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE uses the multi-mode fibers for short-distance
transmission.
Appearance
Both ends of the multi-mode optical fiber are LC connectors. Figure 5-9 shows the optical cable.
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Figure 5-9 Optical cable
(1) Heat-shrink tube (2) Tail wire
(3) LC connector
CAUTION
Apply a protective cap when the optical connector is not used.
Pin Assignment
None
Installation Position
Table 5-13 describes the installation positions of the optical cable.
Table 5-13 Installation positions of the optical cable
Cable Type One End Other End
Optical cable Connected to the optical
transmission equipment, such as
the Metro100
Connected to the transmission interface
box, such as the ODF

5.4.3 Ethernet Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the
Ethernet cables. There are two types of Ethernet cables: straight-through cable and crossover
cable.
Function
The Ethernet cables include the straight-through cable and crossover cable. They are used to
transfer maintenance signals.
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l The straight-through cable connects the PC where the site maintenance terminal system is
installed to the network.
l The crossover cable directly connects the PC where the site maintenance terminal system
is installed to the BTS.
Appearance
The crossover cable and straight-through cable use the same connector. However, they differ in
connector wiring. The Ethernet cable use RJ45 connectors on both ends, as shown in Figure
5-10.
Figure 5-10 Ethernet cable
W
X1
1
8
1
8
X2
Pin Assignment
Table 5-14 describes the pin assignment of the Ethernet cable.
Table 5-14 Pin assignment of the Ethernet cable
X1 End Wire Color Wire Type X2 End of
the
Straight-
Through
Cable
X2 End of the
Crossover
Cable
X1.2 Orange Twisted pair X2.2 X2.6
X1.1 White/orange X2.1 X2.3
X1.6 Green Twisted pair X2.6 X2.2
X1.3 White and green X2.3 X2.1
X1.4 Blue Twisted pair X2.4 X2.4
X1.5 Blue/white X2.5 X2.5
X1.8 Brown Twisted pair X2.8 X2.8
X1.7 White and Brown X2.7 X2.7

Installation Position
The installation positions of the straight-through cable and crossover cable are same, as shown
in Table 5-15.
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Table 5-15 Installation positions of the Ethernet cable
Type One End Other End
Straight-
through
cable
Connected to the MMI port on the
DTMU panel
Connected to the HUB or the LAN
switch port
Connected to the Ethernet port of the
PC where the site maintenance
terminal system is installed
Crossover
cable
Connected to the MMI port on the
DTMU panel
Connected to the Ethernet port of the
PC where the site maintenance
terminal system is installed

5.5 BTS3012 Signal Cables
The signal cables for the BTS3012 consist of the lightning protection failure alarm signal cable,
power detection signal cable, combining short-circuiting signal cable, signal cable for cabinet
groups, RET control signal cable, signal cable between the DCSU and DTRB, signal cable
between the DCSU and DAFU, signal cable between the DFCB and DFCU, and fan subrack
signal cable.
5.5.1 Lightning Protection Failure Alarm Cable of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the
lightning protection failure alarm cable.
5.5.2 Power Detection Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation position of the power
detection cable.
5.5.3 Signal Cable for BTS3012 Cabinet Groups
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable for BTS3012 cabinet groups. This cable is used for only the BTS3012 (for 18TRX II)
cabinet groups.
5.5.4 BTS3012 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable
This describes the environment monitoring signal cable. It is used to transmit the external
environment monitoring signals.
5.5.5 RET Control Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
The RET control signal cables are used to connect the DATU with the Bias-Tee on top of a
cabinet, thus enables the control over power supply and RET.
5.5.6 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DAFU Subrack of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack.
5.5.7 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DTRB of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable between the DCSU and the DTRB.
5.5.8 Signal Transfer Cable for the Fan Subrack of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
transfer cable for the fan subrack of the BTS3012.
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5.5.9 Diversity Receive Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation position of the diversity
receive short-circuiting cable when the DFCU (900 MHz), DFCU (1800 MHz), or DFCB (900
MHz) is used.
5.5.10 Four-In-One Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure , pin assignment, and installation positions of the four-in-
one short-circuiting cable when the DFCU/DFCB is used.
5.5.11 Signal Cable Between the DFCB and the DFCU of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable between the DFCB and the DFCU.
5.5.1 Lightning Protection Failure Alarm Cable of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the
lightning protection failure alarm cable.
Function
The lightning protection failure alarm cable is used to transmit the Boolean signals of the DC
power surge protection board to the DCCU, notifying the cabinet of the availability of the DC
power lightning protection board.
Appearance
Figure 5-11 shows the lightning protection failure alarm cable.
Figure 5-11 Lightning protection failure alarm cable
1
A
X1
W1
W2
X2
2
View
A
X3
(1) 2-pin phoenix connector (2) Cord end terminal
Pin Assignment
Table 5-16 describes the pin assignment for the lightning protection failure alarm cable.
Table 5-16 Pin assignment for the lightning protection failure alarm cable
Wire 2-Pin Phoenix
Connector
Cord End Terminal Wire Color
W1 X1.1 X2 White
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Wire 2-Pin Phoenix
Connector
Cord End Terminal Wire Color
W2 X1.2 X3 Red

Installation Position
Table 5-17 describes the installation positions of the lightning protection failure alarm cable.
Table 5-17 Installation positions of the lightning protection failure alarm cable
Wire Type One End (2-Pin Phoenix
Connector)
Other End (Core End Connector)
Lightning
protection failure
alarm cable
Connected to the S1+S1- port
on the DCCU panel.
Connected to the wiring terminal block
on the DC lightning protection board
on top of the cabinet.

5.5.2 Power Detection Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation position of the power
detection cable.
Function
The power detection cable transmits the incoming RF signals from the DFCU/DFCB to the
power detection unit for power detection. This cable can be categorized into forward power
detection cable and reverse power detection cable. The forward power detection cable has the
same structure as the reverse power detection cable.
Appearance
Figure 5-12 shows the power detection cable.
Figure 5-12 Power detection cable
RF Rx Cable
1 1
(1) SMA elbow male connector
Pin Assignment
None
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Installation Position
Table 5-18 describes the installation positions of the forward power detection cable. Table
5-19 describes the installation positions of the reverse power detection cable.
Table 5-18 Installation position of the forward power detection cable
Cable Type One End The Other End
Forward power
detection cable
Connects with the PF in
port on the DFCU (900
MHz) panel
Connects with the PF out port on the DFCU
(900 MHz) panel
Connects with the PF in
port on the DFCB (900
MHz) panel
Connects to the PF out port on the DFCB
(900 MHz) panel when the RF signals come
from the DFCB (900 MHz) antenna port
Connects to the PF out port on the DFCU
(900 MHz) panel when the RF signals come
from the DFCU (900 MHz) antenna port
Connects with the PF in
port on the DFCU (1800
MHz) panel
Connects with the PF out port on the DFCU
(1800 MHz) panel
Connects with the PF in
port on the DFCB (1800
MHz) panel

Table 5-19 Installation position of the reverse power detection cable
Cable Type One End The Other End
Reverse power
detection cable
Connects with the PR in
port on the DFCU (900
MHz) panel
Connects with the PR out port on the DFCU
(900 MHz) panel
Connects with the PR in
port on the DFCB (900
MHz) panel
Connects to the PR out port on the DFCB
(900 MHz) panel when the RF signals come
from the DFCB (900 MHz) antenna port
Connects to the PR out port on the DFCU
(900 MHz) panel when the RF signals come
from the DFCU (900 MHz) antenna port
Connects with the PR in
port on the DFCU (1800
MHz) panel
Connects with the PR out port on the DFCU
(1800 MHz) panel
Connects with the PR in
port on the DFCB (1800
MHz) panel

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5.5.3 Signal Cable for BTS3012 Cabinet Groups
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable for BTS3012 cabinet groups. This cable is used for only the BTS3012 (for 18TRX II)
cabinet groups.
Function
The signal cable for cabinet groups is used to transfer the clock and control signals between the
cabinets in the cabinet groups.
Appearance
Figure 5-13 shows the appearance of the signal cable for BTS3012 cabinet groups. The
connectors on both ends of the cable are MD64 elbow male connectors.
Figure 5-13 Signal cable for cabinet groups
X1
A
Pos.1
Pos.64
View A
X2
B
Pos.1
Pos.64
View B
Pin Assignment
Table 5-20 describes the pin assignment of the signal cable for cabinet groups.
Table 5-20 Pin assignment of the signal cable for cabinet groups
X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.1 Twisted pair X2.1
X1.2 X2.2
X1.17 Twisted pair X2.5
X1.18 X2.6
X1.19 Twisted pair X2.9
X1.20 X2.10
X1.23 Twisted pair X2.13
X1.24 X2.14
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X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.27 Twisted pair X2.15
X1.28 X2.16
X1.5 Twisted pair X2.17
X1.6 X2.18
X1.9 Twisted pair X2.19
X1.10 X2.20
X1.13 Twisted pair X2.23
X1.14 X2.24
X1.15 Twisted pair X2.27
X1.Shell Twisted pair X2.Shell

Installation Position
Table 5-21 describes the installation positions of the signal cable for cabinet groups.
Table 5-21 Installation positions of the signal cable for cabinet groups
Wire Type BTS One End Other End
Signal cable
for cabinet
groups
BTS3012 Connected to the CKB port
on the DCCU in the main
cabinet group
Connected to the CKB port
on the DCCU in the
extension cabinet group

5.5.4 BTS3012 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable
This describes the environment monitoring signal cable. It is used to transmit the external
environment monitoring signals.
Function
The environment monitoring signal cable is used to transmit the external environment
monitoring signals.
Appearance
Figure 5-14 shows the environment monitoring signal cable.
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Figure 5-14 Environment monitoring signal cable
1
2
Pos.1
Pos.44
A
X1
View A
(1) DB44 male connector (2) Bare wire
Pin Assignment
Table 5-22 describes the pin assignment of the environment monitoring signal cable.
Table 5-22 Pin assignment of the environment monitoring signal cable
X1 End Wire Type Color of Bare Wire Signal Type Pin Assignment
X1.1 Twisted pair White RELAY1_H Boolean output 2
X1.2 Blue RELAY1_L
X1.3 Twisted pair White RELAY3_H Boolean output 4
X1.4 Orange RELAY3_L
X1.31 Twisted pair Green RELAY0_L Boolean output 1
X1.32 White RELAY0_H
X1.33 Twisted pair Brown RELAY2_L Boolean output 3
X1.34 White RELAY2_H
X1.6 Twisted pair White SWITCH_H1 Boolean or dry
contact input 1
X1.16 Gray GRND
X1.7 Twisted pair Blue SWITCH_H2 Boolean or dry
contact input 2
X1.17 Red GRND
X1.8 Twisted pair Orange SWITCH_H3 Boolean or dry
contact input 3
X1.18 Red GRND
X1.9 Twisted pair Green SWITCH_H4 Boolean or dry
contact input 4
X1.19 Red GRND
X1.10 Twisted pair Brown SWITCH_H5 Boolean or dry
contact input 5
X1.20 Red GRND
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X1 End Wire Type Color of Bare Wire Signal Type Pin Assignment
X1.11 Twisted pair Gray SWITCH_H6 Boolean or dry
contact input 6
X1.21 Red GRND
X1.13 Twisted pair Blue SWITCH_H7 Boolean or dry
contact input 8
X1.25 Black GRND
X1.14 Twisted pair Orange SWITCH_H8 Boolean or dry
contact input 7
X1.26 Black GRND
X1.15 Twisted pair Green SWITCH_H9 Reserved
X1.27 Black GRND
X1.30 Twisted pair Brown SWITCH_H10
X1.29 Black GRND
X1.44 Twisted pair Gray SWITCH_H11
X1.28 Black GRND
X1.43 Twisted pair Blue SWITCH_H12
X1.24 Yellow GRND
X1.42 Twisted pair Orange SWITCH_H13
X1.38 Yellow GRND
X1.41 Twisted pair Green SWITCH_H13
X1.37 Yellow GRND
X1.40 Twisted pair Brown SWITCH_H14
X1.36 Yellow GRND
X1.39 Twisted pair Gray SWITCH_H15
X1.35 Yellow GRND

Installation Positions
Table 5-23 lists the installation positions of the environment monitoring signal cable.
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Table 5-23 Installation positions of the environment monitoring signal cable
Cable Type One End (DB44 Male
Connector)
Other End (Bare Wire)
Environment
monitoring signal
cable
One end is connected to port IN-
OUT on the DEMU.
The other end is connected to the
DDF

5.5.5 RET Control Signal Cable of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
The RET control signal cables are used to connect the DATU with the Bias-Tee on top of a
cabinet, thus enables the control over power supply and RET.
Function
The RET control signal cables are used to connect the DATU with the Bias-Tee on top of a
cabinet, thus enables the control over power supply and RET.
Appearance
Figure 5-15 shows the RET control signal cable.
Figure 5-15 RET control signal cable
1
W
X1
X2
2
(1) SMA straight male connector (2) SMA elbow male connector
Pin Assignment
None
Installation Position
Table 5-24 describes the installation positions of the RET control signal cable.
Table 5-24 Installation positions of the RET control signal cable
Cable Type One End (SMA Straight Male
Connector)
Other End (SMA Elbow Male
Connector)
Control signal
cable of the RET
antenna
Connected to the SMA port on the
Bias-Tee
Connected to any ANT port on the
DATU panel

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5.5.6 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DAFU Subrack of
the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack.
Function
The signal cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack are used to transmit signals between
the DCSU and the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB in the DAFU subrack.
Appearance
There are two signal cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack.
l One signal cable connects the DCSU to DAFU0-DAFU2.
l The other signal cable connects the DCSU to DAFU3-DAFU5.
The two cables have the same structure and appearance. Figure 5-16 shows the cable.
Figure 5-16 Signal cable between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack
X1
X3
X4
X2
B
A
Pos.1
Pos.1
Pos.64
Pos.26
View B
View A
W3
W2
W1
(A) MD64 male connector (B) DB26 male connector
Pin Assignment
The two cables have the same pin assignment. X2 in Figure 5-16 connects to DAFU0 or DAFU3.
Table 5-25 lists the pin assignment.
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Table 5-25 Pin assignment of W1
X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.1 Twisted pair X2.7
X1.2 X2.8
X1.3 Twisted pair X2.11
X1.4 X2.10
X1.9 Twisted pair X2.20
X1.10 X2.19
X1.5 Twisted pair X2.13
X1.6 X2.12
X1.17 Twisted pair X2.16
X1.18 X2.9
X1.19 Twisted pair X2.17
X1.7 X2.18
X1.11 Twisted pair X2.15
X1.12 X2.24
X1.13 Twisted pair X2.26
X1.8 X2.25

X3 in Figure 5-16 connects to DAFU1 or DAFU4. Table 5-26 lists the pin assignment.
Table 5-26 Pin assignment of W2
X1 End Wire Type X3 End
X1.23 Twisted pair X3.7
X1.24 X3.8
X1.25 Twisted pair X3.11
X1.26 X3.10
X1.31 Twisted pair X3.20
X1.32 X3.19
X1.27 Twisted pair X3.13
X1.28 X3.12
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X1 End Wire Type X3 End
X1.39 Twisted pair X3.9
X1.40 X3.16
X1.41 Twisted pair X3.17
X1.29 X3.18
X1.33 Twisted pair X3.15
X1.34 X3.24
X1.35 Twisted pair X3.26
X1.30 X3.25

X4 in Figure 5-16 connects to DAFU2 or DAFU5. Table 5-27 lists the pin assignment.
Table 5-27 Pin assignment of W3
X1 End Wire Type X3 End
X1.45 Twisted pair X4.7
X1.46 X4.8
X1.47 Twisted pair X4.11
X1.48 X4.10
X1.53 Twisted pair X4.20
X1.54 X4.19
X1.49 Twisted pair X4.13
X1.50 X4.12
X1.61 Twisted pair X4.9
X1.62 X4.17
X1.63 Twisted pair X4.16
X1.51 X4.18
X1.55 Twisted pair X4.15
X1.56 X4.24
X1.57 Twisted pair X4.26
X1.52 X4.25

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Installation Position
Table 5-28 describes the installation positions of the two signal cables between the DCSU and
the DAFU subrack.
Table 5-28 Installation positions of the signal cables between the DCSU and the DAFU subrack
Signal cables One End (MD64
Male Connector)
Other End (Three DB26 Male Connectors)
Connects the
DCSU to
DAFU0
DAFU2
Connected to the
DAFU0 1 2 port on
the DCSU panel
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU0
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU1
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU2
Connected the
DCSU to
DAFU3-DAFU5
Connected to the
DAFU3 4 5 port on
the DCSU panel
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU3
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU4
Connected to the COM/ONSHELL/DBUS/
DBUS ports on the DDPU/DCOM/DFCU/DFCB
panel in DAFU5

5.5.7 Signal Cable Between the DCSU and the DTRB of the
BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable between the DCSU and the DTRB.
Function
The signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB is used to transmit signals between the DTRU
and the DCSU. The signals include the data bus signals, clock bus signals, and CBUS2 signals.
Appearance
Figure 5-17 shows the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB.
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Figure 5-17 Signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB
W
A
X2
X1
2
Pos.68
View B
Delander
Pos.1
View A
Pos.1
Pos.64
1
B
(1) MD64 male connector (2) MD68 male connector
Pin Assignment
Table 5-29 describes the pin assignment of the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB.
Table 5-29 Pin assignment of the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB
X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.1 Twisted pair X2.1
X1.2 X2.2
X1.3 Twisted pair X2.35
X1.4 X2.36
X1.5 Twisted pair X2.3
X1.6 X2.46
X1.7 Twisted pair X2.4
X1.8 X2.5
X1.9 Twisted pair X2.38
X1.10 X2.39
X1.11 Twisted pair X2.6
X1.12 X2.40
X1.13 Twisted pair X2.7
X1.14 X2.8
X1.15 Twisted pair X2.41
X1.16 X2.42
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X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.17 Twisted pair X2.10
X1.18 X2.11
X1.19 Twisted pair X2.44
X1.20 X2.45
X1.21 Twisted pair X2.21
X1.22 X2.26
X1.23 Twisted pair X2.13
X1.24 X2.14
X1.25 Twisted pair X2.47
X1.26 X2.48
X1.27 Twisted pair X2.55
X1.28 X2.60
X1.29 Twisted pair X2.16
X1.30 X2.17
X1.31 Twisted pair X2.50
X1.32 X2.51
X1.33 Twisted pair X2.19
X1.34 X2.20
X1.35 Twisted pair X2.53
X1.36 X2.54
X1.37 Twisted pair X2.18
X1.38 X2.52
X1.39 Twisted pair X2.22
X1.40 X2.23
X1.41 Twisted pair X2.25
X1.42 X2.59
X1.43 Twisted pair X2.37
X1.44 X2.49
X1.45 Twisted pair X2.27
X1.46 X2.28
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X1 End Wire Type X2 End
X1.47 Twisted pair X2.61
X1.48 X2.62
X1.49 Twisted pair X2.30
X1.50 X2.31
X1.51 Twisted pair X2.64
X1.52 X2.65
X1.55 Twisted pair X2.58
X1.56 X2.56
X1.57 Twisted pair X2.24
X1.58 X2.57
X1.59 Twisted pair X2.32
X1.60 X2.66
X1.61 Twisted pair X2.33
X1.62 X2.34
X1.63 Twisted pair X2.67
X1.64 X2.68
X1.53 Twisted pair X2.63

Installation Position
Table 5-30 describes the installation positions of the signal cable between the DCSU and the
DTRB.
Table 5-30 Installation positions of the signal cable between the DCSU and the DTRB
Cable Name One End (MD64 Male
Connector)
Other End (MD68 Male Connector)
Signal cable
between the
DCSU and the
DTRB
Connected to the TO_DTRB
port on the DCSU panel
Connected to the MD68 port on the
DTRB

5.5.8 Signal Transfer Cable for the Fan Subrack of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
transfer cable for the fan subrack of the BTS3012.
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Function
The signal transfer cable for the fan subrack is used to transmit the information of the fan box
to the DCSU.
Appearance
Figure 5-18 shows the signal transfer cable for the fan subrack.
Figure 5-18 Signal transfer cable for the fan subrack
X1
X2
A
Pos.1
Pos.26
View A
B
Pos.1
Pos.9
View B
(A) DB26 male connector (B) DB9 common 5-pin connector
Pin Assignment
Table 5-31 describes the pin assignment in Figure 5-18.
Table 5-31 Pin assignment of W1
Pin of the DB26
Connector at the X1 End
Wire Type DB9 connector pin at the X2
end
X1.1 Twisted pair X2.2
X1.10 X2.3
X1.11 Twisted pair X2.4
X1.19 X2.5

Installation Position
Table 5-32 describes the installation positions of the fan subrack signal transfer cable.
Table 5-32 Installation positions of the fan subrack signal transfer cable
Wire Type One End (DB9 Connector) Other End (DB26 Connector)
Signal transfer
cable for the fan
subrack
Connected to the To_FAN port on
the DSCU panel
Connected to the COM port on the
FAN box

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5.5.9 Diversity Receive Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the
BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure, pin assignment, and installation position of the diversity
receive short-circuiting cable when the DFCU (900 MHz), DFCU (1800 MHz), or DFCB (900
MHz) is used.
Function
The diversity receive short-circuiting cable is used to transfer the diversity receive signals from
the antenna subsystem when the DFCU (900 MHz), DFCU (1800 MHz), or DFCB (900 MHz)
is used.
Appearance
Figure 5-19 shows the diversity receive short-circuiting cable.
Figure 5-19 Diversity receive short-circuiting cable
RF Rx Cable
1 1
(1) SMA elbow male connector
Core Description
None
Installation Position
Table 5-33 describes the installation position of the diversity receive short-circuiting cable.
Table 5-33 Installation position of the diversity receive short-circuiting cable
Cable Type One End The Other End
Diversity receive
short-circuiting
cable
Connects with the HL-IN port on the
DFCU (900 MHz) panel
Connects with the RXD-OUT/
HL-OUT port on the DFCU
(900 MHz) panel
Connects with the HL-IN port on the
DFCU (1800 MHz) panel
Connects with the RXD-OUT/
HL-OUT port on the DFCU
(1800 MHz) panel
Connects with the HL-IN port on the
DFCB (900 MHz) panel
Connects with the RXD-OUT/
HL-OUT port on the DFCB
(900 MHz) panel

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5.5.10 Four-In-One Short-Circuiting Signal Cable of the BTS3012/
BTS3012AE
This describes the function, structure , pin assignment, and installation positions of the four-in-
one short-circuiting cable when the DFCU/DFCB is used.
Function
The four-in-one short-circuiting cable combines four TX signals into one for transmission when
the DFCU/DFCB is used. It can be used to combine six TX signals when the DFCU and DFCB
is cascaded.
Appearance
Figure 5-20 shows the four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable.
Figure 5-20 Four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable
RF Tx Cable
1 1
(1) N elbow male connector
Pin Assignment
None
Installation Position
Table 5-34 describes the installation position of the four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable.
Table 5-34 Installation position of the four-in-one short-circuiting signal cable
Signal Cable One End The Other End
Four-in-one short-
circuiting signal
cable
Connects to the TX-
COM port on the DFCU
panel
Connects to the TX-DUP port on the DFCU
panel

5.5.11 Signal Cable Between the DFCB and the DFCU of the
BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable between the DFCB and the DFCU.
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Function
The signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU is used to transmit two routes of combined
RF signals (two-in-one) to the DFCU so that the DFCU can combine six routes of RF signals
into one route for transmission.
Appearance
Figure 5-21 shows the signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU.
Figure 5-21 Signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU
RF Tx Cable
1 1
(1) N elbow male connector
Pin Assignment
None
Installation Position
Table 5-35 describes the installation positions of the signal cable between the DFCB and the
DFCU.
Table 5-35 Installation positions of the signal cable between the DFCB and the DFCU
Signal Cable One End The Other End
Signal cable
between the
DFCB and the
DFCU
Connects to the COM-IN
port on the DFCU panel
Connects to the COM1 or COM2 port on
the DFCB panel

5.6 BTS3012 RF Cables
The RF cables of the BTS3012 include the BTS3012 RF signal cables and the BTS3012 indoor
1/2-inch RF jumper.
5.6.1 RF Signal Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the RF
signal cables.
5.6.2 Indoor 1/2-Inch Jumper of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the indoor
1/2-inch jumper.
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5.6.1 RF Signal Cables of the BTS3012/BTS3012AE
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the RF
signal cables.
Function
The RF signal cables are classified into RF RX signal cable and RF TX signal cable.
l The RF RX signal cable connects the RX ports between the DDPU/DFCU/DFCB and the
DTRU. This cable is used to transmit UL signals.
l The RF TX signal cable connects the TX ports between the DDPU/DFCU/DFCB and the
DTRU. This cable is used to transmit DL signals.
Appearance
Figure 5-22 shows the RF RX cable and the RF TX signal cable.
Figure 5-22 RF RX signal cable and RF TX signal cable
(1) SMA elbow male connector (2) N elbow male connector
Pin Assignment
None
Installation Position
Table 5-36 describes the installation positions of the RF signal cables.
Table 5-36 Installation positions of the RF signal cables
Cable Name One End Other End
RF TX signal cable Connects to the TX port on
the DTRU panel
Connects to the TX port on the
DDPU/DFCU/DCOM/DFCB panel
RF RX signal cable Connects to the RX port on
the DTRU panel
Connects to the RX port on the
DDPU/DFCU/DCOM/DFCB panel

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NOTE
In inter-cabinet cell configuration, the RF RX cables should be connected between two cabinets. The
BTS3012 cabinet uses two RF RX cables with 2.8 m in length to set up the connection between the two
cabinets. The RF RX cable uses SMA coaxial connectors at both ends.
If the DCOM is used in the DAFU subrack, two RF TX signals are required between the DTRU and the
DDPU. For details on the connection of the ports, refer to Ports on the DCOM.
5.6.2 Indoor 1/2-Inch Jumper of the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the indoor
1/2-inch jumper.
Function
The indoor 1/2-inch jumper is used to transmit signals between the BTS and the antenna system
by connecting one end of the jumper to the ANT port on the DDPU/DFCU/DFCB and connecting
the other end of the jumper to the feeder through a feeder connector.
Appearance
The indoor 1/2-inch jumper uses a DIN male connector at both ends. The connectors should be
made on site according to the actual situations or to the customer's requirements. For details on
making the DIN male connectors, refer to the instruction guide given in the connector bag.
Figure 5-23 shows the jumper.
Figure 5-23 Indoor 1/2-inch jumper
1 1
(1) DIN male connector
Pin Assignment
None.
Installation Position
Table 5-37 describes the installation positions of the indoor 1/2-inch jumper.
Table 5-37 Installation positions of the indoor 1/2-inch jumper
Wire Type One End Other End
Indoor 1/2-inch
jumper
Connected to the ANT port on the
DDPU/DFCU/DFCB
Connected to the feeder of the
antenna system

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5.7 Cables Between the BTS3012 and the Auxiliary
Equipment
This describes the cables between the BTS3012 and the auxiliary equipment. The cables between
the BTS3012 and the auxiliary equipment consist of the signal cables in the external environment
alarm box and the power cables between the Sidepower and the BTS3012.
5.7.1 Signal Cable for the External Environment Alarm Box of the BTS
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS. This cable is used when the EMU is
configured.
5.7.2 Power Cable Between the Sidepower and the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3012.
5.7.1 Signal Cable for the External Environment Alarm Box of the
BTS
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the signal
cable of the external environment alarm box in the BTS. This cable is used when the EMU is
configured.
Function
The signal cable for the external environment alarm box is used to transmit the alarm signals to
the BTS. This helps the BTS take actions to clear relevant alarms.
Appearance
Figure 5-24 shows the signal cable for the external environment alarm box.
Figure 5-24 Signal cable for the external environment alarm box
(1) DB9 male connector
Pin Assignment
Table 5-38 describes the pin assignment for the signal cable for the external environment alarm
box.
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Table 5-38 Pin assignment for the signal cable for the external environment alarm box
X1 End X2 End Wire Type Remarks
X1.3 X2.2 Twisted pair WARNING_T+
X1.7 X2.6 WARNING_T-
X1.2 X2.3 Twisted pair WARNING_R+
X1.6 X2.7 WARNING_R-

Installation Position
Table 5-39 describes the installation positions of the signal cable for the external environment
alarm box.
Table 5-39 Installation positions of the signal cable for the external environment alarm box
BTS One End Other End
BTS3012 Connected to the COM port on
the DCCU.
Connected to the corresponding
control device.

5.7.2 Power Cable Between the Sidepower and the BTS3012
This describes the function, appearance, pin assignment, and installation positions of the power
cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3012.
Function
This cable is used to supply the -48 V DC input from the Sidepower to the BTS3012 cabinet.
Installation Position
Table 5-40 describes the installation positions of the power cable between the Sidepower and
the BTS3012.
Table 5-40 Installation positions of the power cable between the Sidepower and the BTS3012
Signal Cable One End (OT Terminal) Other End
Power Cable
Between the
Sidepower and the
BTS3012
The -48 V DC power cable is
connected to the negative copper
bar on the Sidepower.
The -48 V DC power cable is
connected to the -48 V terminal on
top of the BTS3012 cabinet.
The grounding cable is connected
to the positive copper bar on the
Sidepower.
The grounding cable is connected
to the GND terminal on top of the
BTS3012 cabinet.
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