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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to BTS3006C...........................................................................................1


1.1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM Network .................................................................1
1.2 Features of the BTS3006C................................................................................................2

Chapter 2 Key Benefits ................................................................................................................3


2.1 Coverage Capability..........................................................................................................3
2.2 Capacity............................................................................................................................3
2.3 Environment Adaptability...................................................................................................3
2.4 Power Supply and Backup Power Supply ..........................................................................3
2.5 Installation ........................................................................................................................4
2.6 Networking Capability........................................................................................................4
2.7 Clock and Synchronization ................................................................................................4

Chapter 3 System Architecture ...................................................................................................5


3.1 Physical Architecture.........................................................................................................5
3.2 Functional Architecture......................................................................................................7
3.2.1 Common Subsystem...............................................................................................7
3.2.2 Double-Transceiver Subsystem...............................................................................8
3.2.3 RF Front-End Subsystem........................................................................................8
3.3 System Configuration........................................................................................................9

Chapter 4 Services and Features ..............................................................................................10


4.1 Services..........................................................................................................................10
4.2 Features .........................................................................................................................10
4.2.1 EDGE ...................................................................................................................10
4.2.2 Handover..............................................................................................................10
4.2.3 Frequency Hopping...............................................................................................11
4.2.4 Encryption.............................................................................................................11
4.2.5 Power Control .......................................................................................................11
4.2.6 Detection ..............................................................................................................11
4.2.7 Antenna and Feeder .............................................................................................11
4.2.8 Extended Cell Function .........................................................................................11
4.2.9 Power Supply........................................................................................................11

Chapter 5 Operation and Maintenance......................................................................................12


5.1 O&M Subsystem .............................................................................................................12
5.1.1 Overview of the O&M Subsystem..........................................................................12
5.1.2 Local Maintenance................................................................................................12
5.1.3 Remote Maintenance............................................................................................12
5.2 O&M Functions ...............................................................................................................13

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5.2.1 Security Management ...........................................................................................13


5.2.2 Alarm Management...............................................................................................13
5.2.3 Data Configuration ................................................................................................13
5.2.4 Maintenance Management....................................................................................13

Chapter 6 Reliability...................................................................................................................14
6.1 System Reliability............................................................................................................14
6.2 Hardware Reliability ........................................................................................................14
6.3 Software Reliability..........................................................................................................15

Chapter 7 Technical Specifications...........................................................................................16


7.1 Radio Specifications........................................................................................................16
7.1.1 Working Frequency Bands ....................................................................................16
7.1.2 Transmit Specifications .........................................................................................16
7.1.3 Receive Specifications ..........................................................................................17
7.2 Engineering Specifications ..............................................................................................18
7.2.1 Mechanical Dimensions ........................................................................................18
7.2.2 Weight ..................................................................................................................18
7.2.3 Power Supply........................................................................................................18
7.2.4 Power Consumption..............................................................................................19
7.2.5 Transmission ........................................................................................................19
7.2.6 Operation Environment Requirements...................................................................20
7.2.7 Ligntning Protection ..............................................................................................20
7.2.8 EMC .....................................................................................................................21
7.2.9 Noise ....................................................................................................................21
7.2.10 Storage Environment Requirements....................................................................21
7.2.11 Transportation Requirements ..............................................................................21

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Chapter 1 Introduction to BTS3006C

1.1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM Network


Huawei double-transceiver Base Transceiver Station (BTS) family provides a range of
customized solutions for the GSM radio access network according to your
requirements and actual network environments.
Figure 1-1 shows the position of the BTS3006C in the GSM network.

BTS3012AE GSM NSS


BSC
MS

BTS3006C
MSC

BTS3012A
BTS3002C
BTS3012

MS BSC/PCU
BTS30

BTS3006A
BTS312 BSS

MS

Figure 1-1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM network

Table 1-1 lists the application scenarios of the double-transceiver BTS family.

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Table 1-1 Application scenarios of the double-transceiver BTS family

Maximum
Number of
Type Model Application Scenario
TRXs per
Cabinet

Used in highly populated areas with heavy


Indoor
BTS3012 12 traffic or the areas where wide coverage is
macro BTS
required.

Used in cities, suburbs, and rural areas


where heavy traffic and wide coverage are
Outdoor required, or the areas where the site for
BTS3012AE 12
macro BTS equipment room is hard to find or the
construction cost of equipment room is too
high.
Used in cities and suburbs where
Outdoor
BTS3006C 6 medium-volume traffic and wide coverage
mini BTS
are required.

1.2 Features of the BTS3006C


The BTS3006C is used for GSM/EDGE networks and hotspots in cities, where
medium-volume traffic is required. The BTS3006C is a double-transceiver EDGE mini
BTS. It has the features of fast deployment, low cost, and wide coverage.
A single BTS3006C cabinet can hold up to six TRXs. It supports functions such as
transmit diversity, 4-way receive diversity, and AMR.
The BTS3006C has large power and large capacity. It is small and easy to install. It can
save the cost on the equipment room. Especially, it uses the direct air cooling
technology, which saves the cost on the heat exchanger, power consumption, and
maintenance.
The BTS3006C has strong environment adaptability. It can work under the temperature
of –40℃ to +55℃. It supports the outdoor application with IP55 protection level.
The BTS3006C supports –48 V DC power inputs or AC power inputs. It supports the
SDH. The optical cable can directly connect to the BTS.
The BTS3006C can form a network with indoor double-transceiver BTSs and outdoor
BTSs, thus proving a fast, economical and effective network construction.

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Chapter 2 Key Benefits

2.1 Coverage Capability


The BTS3006C provides excellent coverage because of the following features:
l Maximum Top of Cabinet (TOC) transmit power (without combination): 45 W (850
MHz/900 MHz) or 40 W (1800 MHz/1900 MHz)
l High receive sensitivity
l Static sensitivity of the TCH/FS channel is –112.5 dBm (a typical value in the
normal temperature)
l Omni-directional coverage and directional coverage
l Configuration of up to four cells in a single cabinet
l Power detection and reporting of the Double-Transceiver Unit (DDRM)
l Radio Frequency (RF) hopping and baseband frequency hopping
l Transmit diversity and 4-way receive diversity
l Dynamic and static power control
l Detection and reporting of the power of transceivers

2.2 Capacity
The capacity of the BTS3006C is as follows:
l A single BTS3006C cabinet supports up to six TRXs.
l Single cabinet supports up to four cells.
l A synchronous site supports the combined cabinet consisting of six cabinets.
l Each site supports 1 to 36 TRXs.

2.3 Environment Adaptability


The BTS3006C has the following environment adaptability features:
l IP55 protection: 360° waterproof, dust-proof, and smoke-proof. It can work in the
adverse conditions with high temperature, moisture and smoke.
l Wide working temperature range: –40℃ to +55℃.
l Excellent lightning protection: internally, installed with lightning protection
equipment to protect the BTS; externally, installed with lightning protection
equipment to protect the power supply system.

2.4 Power Supply and Backup Power Supply


The BTS3006C has the following features in terms of power supply and backup power
supply:
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l Support for AC inputs and DC inputs.


AC inputs: 110 V AC (dual live line) and 220 V AC.
DC inputs: –48 V DC.
l Support for DC battery power supply.
When the external AC power supply fails, the storage batteries can supply DC
power for the BTS to extend the power supply time.

2.5 Installation
The installation of the BTS3006C has the following features:
l Various installation methods.
When installed indoors, it supports standing installation and stack installation.
When installed outdoors, it supports standing installation and against-pole
installation.
l If installed on poles, cabinets can be side by side or back to back.
l External cables are installed and maintained through the cabinet bottom.
l Fans can be installed and maintained through the cabinet bottom. The fan can be
replaced individually.

2.6 Networking Capability


The BTS3006C has the following features in terms of networking capability:
l Support for E1 and built-in STM-1 transmission.
l Support for microwave and satellite transmissions by means of the power cabinet
of the BTS3006C.
l The networking topologies supported by the BTS3006C include star, tree, chain,
ring, and hybrid networking.

2.7 Clock and Synchronization


The BTS3006C clock has four modes: fast pull-in, locked, holdover, and free run.

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Chapter 3 System Architecture

3.1 Physical Architecture


The design of the BTS3006C cabinet complies with the IEC60297 standard. The
dimensions of the BTS3006C are as follows:
l Height: 700 mm
l Width: 600 mm
l Depth: 470 mm
Figure 3-1 shows the BTS3006C cabinet.

Figure 3-1 BTS3006C cabinet

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DPSM/
DAFM DAFM
DSEM

DDRM DDRM DDRM

DAFM DAFM DMCM

FAN FAN FAN

Figure 3-2 BTS3006C cabinet under full configuration.

The DAFM as shown in Figure 3-2 can be the DDPM, DATM, DDCM, and DSCM.
Table 3-1 lists the boards and modules in the BTS3006C.

Table 3-1 Boards and modules

Board and Module Full Name


DMCM Main Control Module for DDRM BTS
DBMB BTS3006C Module Backplane

DDRM Double-transceiver Digital and Radio frequency Module


DAFM Antenna Front-end Module for DDRM BTS
DDPM Dual Duplexer Module for DDRM BTS

DDCM Double Combining Module for DDRM BTS


DSCM Single Combining Module for DDRM BTS
DATM Antenna and TMA Control Module for DDRM BTS

DPSM Power Supply Module for DDRM BTS


DSEM DC SPD and EMI Module

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3.2 Functional Architecture


Figure 3-3 shows the functional modules of the BTS3006C.

Extension
cabinet
DATM
SFP (Optical fiber) MS
. TMA TMA
DDPM .
Dry contact
DDRM

RS485
DMCM TMA TMA
.
E1 .
DDRM
DDPM
Optical
fiber
TMA TMA
.
DDRM .
DDPM

Abis Common subsystem DTRU & DAFU subsystem Antenna subsystem

Figure 3-3 Functional modules of the BTS3006C

The subsystems are described in the following sections.

3.2.1 Common Subsystem

The common subsystem consists of DMCM and DBMB.


The DMCM is the basic transmission and control entity of the BTS3006C. It implements
the main control function.
The main functions of the common subsystem are as follows:
l Remotely connecting the BTS to the BSC.
l Monitoring the heater.
l Downloading software.
l Operating and maintaining the entire BTS.
l Implementing the electrical interconnection of each subsystem.
l This is performed by the DBMB.
l Performing clock management, fault management, configuration management,
performance management, and security management.
l The built-in optical transmission uses Huawei transmission network manager,
which has powerful functions and is easy to use. It can implement the OAM&P
function recommended by the ITU.
l Detecting alarms of external equipment through four dry contacts, monitoring the
communication interface of external equipment, monitoring the external fans,
detecting the temperature, lightning protection and door status alarms.

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l Supporting flexible topologies.


The DMCM supports E1 and STM-1 (optional) transmissions.
Ring, chain, star, and hybrid topologies are supported.
The built-in optical transmission can form complicated network structure with other
SDH equipment, such as star, tangency ring, intersecting ring, ring-link combined
topologies. It has channel protection and multiplex section protection functions.
Table 3-2 lists the boards in the common subsystem and their functions.

Table 3-2 Boards in the common subsystem and their functions

Board and Module Function


l Supports the four the E1 signal inputs.
l Supports STM-1 (optional).
l Provides 10 Mbit/s Ethernet network interface for the local
MMI maintenance.
DMCM
l Supports alarm inputs through four contacts.
l Supports one RS485 full duplex serial port.
l Provides access interface for two optical cables to combine
cabinets.
DBMB Interconnects signals and power supplies of each module.

3.2.2 Double-Transceiver Subsystem

The double-transceiver subsystem consists of DDRM module and fan units. Its main
functions are as follows:
l Processing baseband signals.
l Transmit diversity and 4-way receive diversity.
l Receiving signals.
l Synthesizing frequencies.
l Performing loopback test.
l Amplifying power and then transmitting it through two TRXs individually.
l Each DDRM modules supplies power for and monitors its corresponding fan unit.
Fan units and DDRM module uses 1:1 configuration. They can be replaced
individually.

3.2.3 RF Front-End Subsystem

The RF front-end subsystem comprises:


l Antenna subsystem
l DAFM subsystem
Table 3-3 lists the components of each part.

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Table 3-3 DAFM subsystem components and their functions

RF Board or
Function
Subsystem Module

Antenna Transmits and receives the signals.


Antenna
Feeder Connects the ANTA or ANTB port to the antenna.
subsystem
TMA Amplifies the signal received by the antenna.
l Sends the multiple channels of the RF signals from
the transceiver to the antenna through the duplexer.
l Amplifies the received signals from the antenna and
DDPM
divides the signals into three parts and then sends
them to the transceiver.
DAFM l Controls the low noise amplification.
subsystem
Double combination (used for the single combination
DDCM
in single sector with no more than four carriers).

Single combination (used for the double combinations


DSCM
in single sector with five or six carriers).

DATM Supplies power for the TMA.

3.3 System Configuration


The system configuration of the BTS3006C is as follows:
l A single BTS3006C cabinet under full configuration has a maximum of six TRXs,
that is, three DDRMs.
l A single BTS3006C cabinet supports S2/2/2 site configuration and two BTS3006C
cabinets support S4/4/4 site configuration.
l When the combination method is used, the cell can have up to six TRXs if a sector
is equipped with one dual-polarization antenna or two single-polarization
antennas.
l A single cabinet can support a maximum of S1/1+S2/2 dual band site
configuration. Two cabinets can support a maximum of S2/2/2+S2/2/2 dual band
site configuration.

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Chapter 4 Services and Features

4.1 Services
Table 4-1 lists the services that the BTS3006C supports.

Table 4-1 BTS3006C services

Service Abbreviation Description


EFR Enhanced full rate voice service
FR Full rate voice service
Voice service
HR Half rate voice service
AMR Adaptive Multi-Rate
F9.6 9.6 kbit/s full rate data service

F4.8 4.8 kbit/s full rate data service

Data service F2.4 Ÿ 2.4 kbit/s full rate data service


H4.8 4.8 kbit/s half rate data service

H2.4 Ÿ 2.4 kbit/s half rate data service


GPRS CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4 packet service
Packet service
EDGE MCS1–MCS9 EGPRS packet service

4.2 Features
The special features of the BTS3006C with respect to the following aspects are
described here.

4.2.1 EDGE

The BTS3006C supports the system message broadcast and resource indication,
which are compatible with the 3GPP R99.

4.2.2 Handover

l The BTS3006C supports synchronous and asynchronous handovers.


l The BTS3006C supports dual frequency handover.

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4.2.3 Frequency Hopping

l The BTS3006C supports baseband frequency hopping.


l The BTS3006C supports RF hopping.

4.2.4 Encryption

l The BTS3006C has the A5/0 non-encryption function.


l The BTS3006C has the A5/1, A5/2 encryption and decryption functions.

4.2.5 Power Control

l The BTS3006C can support the static power control of the BTS.
l The BTS3006C can support the dynamic power control of the BTS.

4.2.6 Detection

l The BTS3006C can detect the random access collision.


l The BTS3006C can detect whether the main modules are in position.
l The BTS3006C can detect and report the output power of the DDRM module.

4.2.7 Antenna and Feeder

l The BTS3006C supports the dual polarization antenna to reduce the number of
antennas in the cell.
l The BTS3006C supports the TMA to improve the receive sensitivity.

4.2.8 Extended Cell Function

The BTS3006C supports the extended cell function. The coverage range can reach
120 km with this function.

4.2.9 Power Supply

The BTS3006C uses the –48 V DC, 110V AC (double live line) and 220V AC power
supply.

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Chapter 5 Operation and Maintenance

5.1 O&M Subsystem


5.1.1 Overview of the O&M Subsystem

The BTS3006C provides two maintenance methods:


l Terminal maintenance
l Remote maintenance
Figure 5-1 shows the networking of the O&M subsystem.

MMI OMC
Server
Ab
is
Site Maintenance BTS
Terminal System

MMI is BSC
Ab
Remote Site
Maintenance System
Site Maintenance BTS Hub
Terminal System

Figure 5-1 Networking of the BTS3006C O&M subsystem

5.1.2 Local Maintenance

As shown in Figure 5-1, local maintenance is implemented on the PC. The PC is


connected to the BTS3006C through the Ethernet cable.
You can operate and maintain the sites, cells, and TRXs through the local
maintenance.

5.1.3 Remote Maintenance

As shown in Figure 5-1, remote maintenance is implemented on the PC. The PC forms
a network with the OMC, BSC, and BTS.
The remote maintenance GUI uses the topological view. You can see the name, type,
location, number, and running status of each NE of the network in the GUI.
You can view the detailed performance data, alarm data, and configuration data of the
NE to be maintained.
You can also operate or maintain an NE through the topological view.

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5.2 O&M Functions


The BTS3006C O&M system provides powerful O&M functions which include:
l Security Management
l Alarm Management
l Data Configuration
l Maintenance Management

5.2.1 Security Management

The BTS3006C provides powerful security management functions to effectively


manage and control the system by authorizing maintenance engineers with layered
operation rights. At the same time, it prompts and gives the possible outcomes of
dangerous operations.

5.2.2 Alarm Management

Through the alarm management function,the BTS3006C can detect and report
equipment faults and abnormal functioning in real time.
This function includes collecting, clearing, querying, handling, saving, explaining,
prompting, filtering, and analyzing alarms.
In addition, the online help and layered alarm filtering function help you to quickly locate
the faults and provide you with fault recovery methods.

5.2.3 Data Configuration

The O&M subsystem of the BTS3006C allows addition, deletion, modification, and
consistency check of the BTS data. It supports both dynamic and static data
configurations.

5.2.4 Maintenance Management

The O&M subsystem of the BTS3006C provides the following maintenance functions:
l Downloads software to, start and initialize the board or module.
l Records the interface tracing message and running status of the BTS through
logs.
l Implements the in-position test for the boards.
l Provides Abis link test, channel test, site/cell/carrier/board self check for the
DDRM.
l Provides fault management for the DBUS and the CBUS.

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Chapter 6 Reliability

6.1 System Reliability


The BTS3006C is designed after overall analysis on the system reliability. It adopts the
following methods to enhance the system reliability.
l Load sharing
l Redundant configuration
l Optimized fault detection of boards and system
l Optimized fault isolation

I. Redundancy Design

The local bus uses redundancy design. The TRX mutual aid is also supported.

II. Reliability Design

The BTS3006C can automatically detect and diagnose faults in the hardware or
software and report them as alarms. It can also detect environmental status and report
the abnormality in time.

6.2 Hardware Reliability


The BTS3006C adopts the following methods to enhance hardware reliability:
l Prevention Against Mistakenly Inserted Board
l Protection Against Excessive Rise in Temperature of the DDRM
l Reliability Design for Power Supply
l Excellent Lightning Protection Design

I. Prevention Against Mistakenly Inserted Board

When inserted into a wrong slot, the functional board cannot get into full contact with
the backplane. This prevents the equipment from being damaged.

II. Protection Against Excessive Rise in Temperature of the DDRM

When the temperature around the last level power amplifier is too high, the power
amplifier reports the excessive rise in temperature through an alarm.

III. Reliability Design for Power Supply

l The BTS3006C provides power failure protection for programs and data.
l The boards of the BTS3006C provide protection against excessive voltage and
current.
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l The boards of the BTS3006C provide protection against reverse-polarity


connection.

IV. Excellent Lightning Protection Design

The BTS3006C needs no external lightning protection device. The antenna ports of the
DDPM have the 8KA/40KA lightning protection capability. The lightning protection of
the BTS3006C is implemented by directly connecting the conductor inside the DDPM
antenna ports to the ground.

6.3 Software Reliability


The software reliability is reflected in the powerful capability of error tolerance. The
whole system gets corrupted when the software fails. That is, the system has self-repair
capability. Error tolerance of the BTS3006C is shown in the following aspects:

I. Regular Check on Key Resources

Seizure check is conducted on various software resources in the system. The check
mechanism can ensure the release of hung-up resources and the output of the related
logs and alarms.

II. Task Monitoring

When the software is active, the task monitoring function can monitor any possible fault
in the software or hardware. In addition, the detected faults can be reported. Task
status and system abnormalities can also be monitored.

III. Data Check

The system is able to perform regular or event-driven check on data consistency,


restore the data consistency selectively or preferably, and output related logs and
alarms.

IV. Saving Operation Log Information

The system records user operations within a certain period and saves the recorded
information to the system operation log. The operation log can be used to locate the
error or exception because of incorrect operation so that the system can be restored to
the normal state.

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Chapter 7 Technical Specifications

7.1 Radio Specifications


7.1.1 Working Frequency Bands

Table 7-1 lists the working frequency bands of the BTS3006C.

Table 7-1 BTS3006C working frequency band

Frequency Band Parameter Specification


Receive band 824–849 MHz
850 MHz Transmit band 869–894 MHz
Space between carriers 200 kHz
Receive band 876–915 MHz
900 MHz Transmit band 921–960 MHz
Space between carriers 200 kHz
Receive band 1710–1785 MHz
1800 MHz Transmit band 1805–1880 MHz
Space between carriers 200 kHz
Receive band 1850–1910 MHz
1900 MHz Transmit band 1930–1990 MHz
Space between carriers 200 kHz

7.1.2 Transmit Specifications

The TOC transmit power under non-combination mode is as follows:


l 850 MHz/900 MHz (GMSK): 30 W (44.8 dBm) or 45 W (46.5 dBm)
l 1800 MHz/1900 MHz (GMSK): 30 W (44.8 dBm) or 40 W (46 dBm)
The maximum TOC transmit power under single combination mode is as follows:
l 850 MHz/900 MHz (GMSK): 20W (43dBm)
l 1800 MHz/1900 MHz (GMSK): 16W (42dBm)

& Note:
A single sector with 3–4 carriers needs single combination.

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Table 7-2 and Table 7-3 list the nominal transmit power of the DDRM.

Table 7-2 Transmit power of the DDRM (850 MHz/900 MHz)

850 MHz/900 MHz


Modulation Scheme
Mode 1 (Default) Mode 2
GMSK 40W (46.0 dBm) 63 W (48.0 dBm)
8PSK 40W (46.0 dBm) 40 W (46.0 dBm)
a: Application scenario of mode 1 is the single sector with no more than two carriers and without
combination.
b: Application scenarios of mode 2 is the single sector with more than two carriers with single or
double combinations.
c: 850 MHz/900 MHz GMSK 63 W needs the support of license.

Table 7-3 Transmit power of the DDRM (1800 MHz/1900MHz)

1800 MHz/1900MHz
Modulation Schem e
Mode 1 (Default) Mode 2
GMSK 40 W (46.0 dBm) 53 W (47.2 dBm)

8PSK 40 W (48.0 dBm) 40 W (46.0 dBm)


a: Application scenario of mode 1 is the single sector with no more than two carriers and without
combination.
b: Application scenarios of mode 2 is the single sector with more than two carriers with single or
double combinations.
c: 1800 MHz/1900MHz GMSK 53 W needs a license.

7.1.3 Receive Specifications

Table 7-4 lists the static receive sensitivity of the BTS3006C.

Table 7-4 BTS3006C receive sensitivity

Channel Type Receive Sensitivity


TCH/FS –112.5 dBm (a typical value in the normal temperature)

Better than the requirements specified in the 3GPP TS 05.05


Others
protocols

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7.2 Engineering Specifications


7.2.1 Mechanical Dimensions

Table 7-5 lists the mechanical dimensions of the BTS3006C.

Table 7-5 Mechanical dimensions of the BTS3006C

Item Width (mm) Depth (mm) Height (mm)


Cabinet 600 470 700

7.2.2 Weight

Table 7-6 lists the weight of the BTS3006C.

Table 7-6 Weight of the BTS3006C

Configuration Type Weight (kg)

Empty cabinet 35

Full configuration (S2/2/2, with DATM) 130

7.2.3 Power Supply

The BTS3006C uses a mature EPS210-4830A power supply system.


Table 7-7 and 0 list the specifications of the input power.

Table 7-7 Specifications of the DC input power

Item Value

Rating Voltage –48 V DC


Range –40 V DC to –60 V DC

Table 7-8 Specifications of the AC input power

Item Value
Rating Voltage 110 V AC/220 V AC

85 V AC to 300V AC (normal value)


Range Note: Equipment is not damaged even
under 350 VAC.

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& Note:
110 V AC power inputs need the dual live line. For indoor application, the + 24 V DC
power inputs are supported by means of Sidepower power supply system.

7.2.4 Power Consumption

Table 7-9 lists the DC power consumption of the BTS3006C under typical configuration.

Table 7-9 DC power consumption of the BTS3006C

Power Consumption 850 MHz 900 MHz 1800 MHz 1900 MHz
Typical power consumption 1.1 kW 1.1 kW 1.2 kW 1.2 kW
Maximum power
consumption (when the 1.8 kW 1.8 kW 1.8 kW 1.8 kW
heater works)

Maximum power
consumption (when the 1.6 kW 1.6 kW 1.6 kW 1.6 kW
heater does not work)

7.2.5 Transmission

I. Transmission Interfaces

Table 7-10 lists the transmission interfaces of the BTS3006C.

Table 7-10 BTS3006C transmission interfaces

Interface Type Quantity Speed Standard

E1 4 pairs 2 Mbit/s ETS 300 420


ITU G.703/G.704
STM-1 2 pairs 155 Mbit/s ANSI T1.105-1995
ITU I.432.2 G.703
ITU G.957

II. Other External Interfaces

Table 7-11 lists the other external interfaces of the BTS3006C.

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Table 7-11 Other external interfaces of the BTS3006C

Interface Type Quantity Description

Power and Power supply 1 –


grounding interface (including grounding)

Protection grounding 1 –

Monitoring interface External alarm input 1 Contains four dry


port contacts and one
RS485 serial port.
Antenna feeder – 12 Used to connect the
interface antenna feeder and
carry RF signals.
TMA feed interface – 6 Supplies power for
the TMA.

Fan power supply – 3 Used to provide


interface power for and
monitor fans.
Each DDRM
connects to its
corresponding fan
unit through the fan
power supply port.

SDH interface STM-1 2 Used to connect the


optical cables.
SFP interface SFP 2 Used to connect the
cabinet-combining
cables.

7.2.6 Operation Environment Requirements

Table 7-12 shows the BTS3006C operation environment requirements.

Table 7-12 BTS3006C operation environment requirements

Item Range

Temperature –40°C to +55°C

Humidity 5% RH to 100% RH

7.2.7 Ligntning Protection

l AC power port (protected through external lightning protection equipment): 40 kA


l –48 V DC power port: 15 kA

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l E1 port: 5 kA and 10 kA respectively


l Dry contact and 485 serial port: 3 kA and 5 kA respectively
l Antenna port and TMA: 8 kA and 40 kA respectively

7.2.8 EMC

The BTS3006C fulfils the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements. It


complies with the following protocols:
l R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC
l 3GPP TS 25.113 V4.4.0 (December 2002)
l ETSI EN 301 489-1/23
l ETSI EN 301 908-1 V2.2.1 (October 2003)
The BTS3006C has passed the CE certification.

7.2.9 Noise

The BTS3006C complies with the following protocols in terms of noise:


l GR-63-CORE-1995
l ETS 300 753 5.2

7.2.10 Storage Environment Requirements

The BTS3006C complies with the following protocol in terms of storage environment:
ETS class 1.2 Weather Protected, Not Temperature Controlled Storage Locations in
ETS 300 019-1-1.

7.2.11 Transportation Requirements

The BTS3006C complies with the following protocol in terms of transportation


environment:
ETS class 2.3 Public Transportation in ETS 300 019-1-2.

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