TG Synchronization Connections Contents

1 1.1 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 4 5 Introduction Documentation Synchronization between RBS 6000 ESB Cable for Connection between DUG ESB Cable for Connection between DUG ESB Cable for Connection between DUG ESB Terminators and RBS 2000 Hardware and DXU-31 and DXU-23 and DXU-21

Connections between DUG and DXU-31 Connections between DUG and DXU-23 Connections between DUG and DXU-21 or DXU-11

1 Introduction
The Transceiver Group Synchronization (TG Synchronization) function is used for GSM to synchronize 2 to 16 RBSs on a site. The synchronized RBSs are considered to be a TG cluster. All RBSs within the TG cluster are interconnected through the External Synchronization Bus (ESB). This document describes how to connect RBS 6000 with RBS 2000 using external ESB cables.

1.1 Documentation
Ensure that the following documentation is read and understood: Personal Health and Safety Information System Safety Information Ensure that the following documents are available: Non-RF Connections Antenna and RF Connections RBS Configurations For the TG Synchronization connections between different Distribution Switch Units (DXU), see the RBS 2000 documentation.

2 Synchronization between RBS 6000 and RBS 2000 Hardware

RPM 777 296/00500 sub female ESB cable. ESB cable. 9-pin D-sub female External ESB cable. RPM 119 0309/LTnoteL2 RPM 513 904/L(1) RPM 513 1104/L(1) RNV 899 066/1 RPT 403 805/01 .This section contains information about the hardware used for synchronization between RBS 6000 and RBS 2000. Table 1 Synchronization Parts Description Product No. RJ-45–9-pin D-sub male Internal ESB cable. for connection ESB cable. HSIO–9-pin D-sub female and 9-pin D. 9-pin D-sub male–9-pin D-sub male RJ-45 ESB terminator D-sub ESB terminator (1) L indicating any available length of the cable. The table below shows the synchronization parts used for synchronization between RBS 6000 and RBS 2000.

ESB Cable Figure 1 ESB Cable between DUG and DXU-31 The cable has three 90 twisted pairs with a common shield.1 ESB Cable for Connection between DUG and DXU-31 This section describes the ESB cable used to connect the Digital Unit GSM (DUG) in RBS 6000 to the DXU-31 in RBS 2000.2. The connector types are HSIO and two 9-pole D-sub females. .

Connection Cable Figure 2 ESB Cable between DUG and DXU-31 The cable has three 90 twisted pairs with a common shield. 2.2 ESB Cable for Connection between DUG and DXU-23 This section describes the ESB cables used to connect DUG to DXU-23 for TG synchronization. . The connector types are 9-pin D-sub male and 8-pin RJ-45.

ESB Cable Figure 3 ESB Cable between DUG and DXU-23 or DXU-21 The cable has three 90 twisted pairs with a common shield. The connector types are HSIO and two 9-pole D-sub females. .

3 ESB Cable for Connection between DUG and DXU-21 This section describes the ESB cables used to connect DUG to DXU-21 for TG synchronization. Use the cable described in Figure 5 as the internal ESB cable between the connection field and DXU-21. 2.Connection Cable Figure 4 Connection Cable twisted pairs with a common shield. . Use the cables described in Section 2.2 between DUG and the connection field of the RBS with DXU-21. as shown in the The connection cable has five 90 figure above.

RJ-45 ESB Terminator Figure 6 RJ-45 ESB Terminator This ESB terminator is fitted with an RJ-45 connector and is used in DXU-31 and the ESB cable with RJ-45 connectors.4 ESB Terminators An ESB terminator must be connected to unused ESB connectors on the DXU and ESB cables.Figure 5 Internal ESB Cable twisted pairs with a common shield. 2. different ESB terminators must be used. Depending on the DXU and ESB cable types in the RBS. Connector The internal ESB cable consists of five 90 type: 9-pin D-sub female. D-sub ESB Terminator .

3 Connections between DUG and DXU-31 This section describes how to connect DUG to DXU-31 with ESB in a GSM configuration. The terminator is used in DXU-23 and the ESB cable with D-sub connectors. An example of the connection is shown in Figure 8 and the connections between DUG to DXU31 are described in Table 2.Figure 7 D-sub ESB Terminator This ESB terminator is fitted with a D-sub connector. Figure 8 Example of DUG to DXU-31 Connection .

Table 2 Connections between DUG to DXU-31 Position Cable Type 1 Signal Routing: From DUG ESB Routing: To Connection Cable DXU-31 ESB Product No. 4 Connections between DUG and DXU-23 This section describes how to connect DUG to DXU-23 with ESB in a GSM configuration. An example of the connection is shown in Figure 9 and the connections between DUG to DXU23 are described in Table 3. RPM 777 296/00500 2 Connection Connection Cable Terminator Terminator - RPM 119 0309/L(1) 3 4 - RPT 403 805/01 RNV 899 066/1 (1) L indicating any available length of the cable. Figure 9 Table 3 Example of DUG to DXU-23 Connections Connections between DUG to DXU-23 .

An example of the connection is shown in Figure 10 and the connections between DUG to the connection field of the RBS with DXU-21 are described in Table 4.Position Cable Type 1 Signal Routing: From DUG ESB Routing: To Connection Cable DXU-23 ESB Product No. Note: The ESB connections between DUG and DXU-11 is same as the ESB connections between DUG and DXU-21. RPM 777 296/00500 2 Connection Connection Cable Terminator - RPM 513 1104/L(1) 3 - RPT 403 805/01 (1) L indicating any available length of the cable. Figure 10 Example of DUG to DXU-21 Connections . 5 Connections between DUG and DXU-21 or DXU-11 This section describes how to connect DUG to DXU-21 with ESB in a GSM configuration.

Table 4 Connections between DUG to DXU-21 Position Cable Type 1 Signal Routing: From DUG ESB Routing: To Connection Cable Connection Field ESB Product No. . RPM 777 296/00500 2 Connection Connection Cable RPM 513 1104/L(1) 3 4 Terminator Signal Connection Field ESB DXU-21 ESB RPT 403 805/01 RPM 513 904/L(1) (1) L indicating any available length of the cable.

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