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BSC6900V9R011 GO
Hardware Structure
and System
Description
TSD Wireless Product Service Department-GBSS
ISSUE1.0
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The BSC6900 is an important network
element of uawei Single RA solution. t
adopts the industry-leading multiple radio
access technologies, P transmission
mode, and modular design. The BSC6900
can be flexibly configured as a BSC6900
GSM, BSC6900 UMTS, or BSC6900 GU
as required in different networks.
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Know the functions and features of BSC6900
Master the hardware structure of BSC6900
Master the signal flow
Master the typical configuration of BSC6900
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Reference
BSC6900 Technical Description
BSC6900 ardware Description
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Chapter 1 BSC6900 System Description Chapter 1 BSC6900 System Description
Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
Chapter 3 BSC6900 SignaI FIow
Chapter 4 BSC6900 TypicaI Configuration
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ocation
The interfaces between the BSC6900 GSM and each
E in the UMTS network are as follows:
ub nterface: the interface between the odeB and RC.
ur nterface: the interface between the RC and RC.
u-CS nterface: the interface between the MSC and MGW.
u-PS nterface: the interface between the RC and SGS
u-BC nterface: the interface between the RC and CBC
The interfaces between the BSC6900 GSM and each E
in the GSM network are as follows:
Abis nterface: the interface between the BTS and BSC
A nterface: the interface between the BSC and MSC or MGW
Gb nterface: the nterface between the BSC and SGS
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BSC6900V9R11C00 BSC6900V9R11C00
BSC6000/BSC6810
Unitary logic
Frame
Unitary OM SMP
Configuration
Maintenance
Alarm
Performance
S
nternal
Communication
Unitary
Resource
Management
Co-Transmission
Unitary Control
Plane
GBSC Control
Plane ptimize
XPUb
DPUe
PUc
FG2c
GUc
Uc
AUc
Frame Unitary
MuIti-kerneI
Boards
Transmission
and Resource
Management
Unitary
PooI resource
BSC6900 New Features
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Smooth evolution from BSC to RC with software upgrade
Reducing CAPEX by reusing hardware
Dynamic capacity adjustment between 2G&3G
Software
upgrade
BSC6900 Product Characters'muIti-
mode amaIgamation
BSC
BSC
RNC
RNC
RNC
BSC
GSM&UMTS cabinet
GSM&UMTS co-cabinet
RNC
RNC
BSC
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CentraIized OMC for GSM&UMTS, unified pIatform for network construction, 2G/3G network
pIanning, performance evaIuation and troubIe shooting etc.
SimpIifying the network architecture, reducing co-ordination and maintenance effort, man
power and OPEX Saving
PM
Management
Configuration
Management
Network
Optimization
FauIt
Management
iManagerTM M2000
Unified OAM toolkits: Easier 2G/3G trouble shooting
Unified GENEX : Unified 2G/3G network planning,
performance evaluation and performance trouble shooting
Unified CME : Simultaneous 2G/3G data configuration,
correctness and efficiency guaranteed
BSC6900 Product Characters'Co OAM
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p
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R
A
U
p
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A
U
IP
UNI-BTS
UNI-BTS
UNI-BSC
Co-transmission
UDP
IP
/
PPP
IP SW
Router
F
P
F
P
F
P
3G
2G
3G
2G
p
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UDP
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IP SW
Router
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With unified transport resource management,
bandwidth can be shared by UMTS&GSM.
Without Co-trans Co-trans
UMTS / GSM UMTS + GSM
Traffic Traffic
rejection rejection
MuItipIexi
ng
Gain
BSC6900 Product Characters'Co TRM
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UMTS
GSM
Cs service PS service
Service direction on UMTS/GSM
eavy
Load
eavy
Load
eavy
Load
eavy
Load
UMTS
GSM
oad controI between UMTS/GSM
oad controI by
inter-RAT HO
3G/2G ceII Ioad consideration make traffic
Ioad spread in UMTS&GSM evenIy, network
usage efficiency improved
3G/2G ceII Ioad consideration make it more
accurate for the service direction, better
performance achieved
uawei Lab Simulation
BSC6900 Product Characters'Co RRM
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SW upgrade with egacy
HW + New HW (optionaI)
SW upgrade with egacy
HW + New HW (expansion)
BSC6000 BSC6810 and BSC6900
EvoIution Paths
2009 2008 2006 2010Q1
2008Q3
GBSS8.1/RAN10 GBSS9.0/RAN11 GBSS12.0/RAN12
BSC6000
SW upgrade with
egacy HW +
New HW
(optionaI)
BSC6810
BSC6900
BSC OnIy
2009Q2
BSC6900
RNC OnIy
2009Q1
BSC6900
DuaI mode
ote : Legacy W is W available from GBSS8.1/RA10.0 for BSC6900
BSC6900
BSC OnIy
BSC6900
RNC OnIy
BSC6900
DuaI mode
BSC6810
Naming changing to
BSC6900
SW upgrade with egacy
HW + New HW (expansion)
SW upgrade with egacy
HW + New HW (optionaI)
SW upgrade
Naming changing to
BSC6900
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BSC6900 Capacity Index
BSC6900 GSM only
tem 1MPS+1TCS 1MPS+1EPS+2TCS 1MPS+2EPS+2TCS
umber of
cabinets
2 2 2
BCA(K) 1750 3500 5250
Traffic volume
Erl
6500 13000 19500
umber of TRXs 1024 2048 3072
umber of active
PDCsMCS-9
4096 8192 12288
Typical configuration specifications of the BSC6900 GSM(BM/TC
separated and Abis over non-P R11 board)
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Chapter 1 BSC6900 System Description
Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
Chapter 3 BSC6900 SignaI FIow
Chapter 4 BSC6900 TypicaI Configuration
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Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
2.1 Frame and Subrack
2.2 Board Introduction
2.3 CabIe Introduction
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BSC900 Hardware--Cabinet
The BSC6900 uses the uawei 68E-22 cabinet and the uawei
68-21- cabinet.
The two models of cabinets have the same appearance.68E-22 is
divided into a single-door cabinet or a double-door cabinet.
Item Specification
Height of the
avaiIabIe space
46U
Weight
Empty cabinet5100 kg
Cabinet in fuII
configuration5300 kg
Input voItage
range
-40 V to -57 V
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BSC900 Hardware--Cabinet
The BSC6900 GSM cabinet is classified into
main processing rack (MPR), extended
processing rack (EPR), and transcoder rack
(TCR).
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BSC900 Hardware--Subrack
The BSC6900 GSM subrack has a standard width of 19 inches. The height
of each subrack is 12 U. The boards are installed on the front and rear
sides of the backplane, which is positioned in the center of the subrack.
A subrack provides 28 slots. The slots on the front of the subrack are
numbered from 0 to 13, and those on the rear are numbered from 14 to 27.
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BSC900 Hardware--Subrack
1 Fan box 2 Mounting ear 3 Guide rail
4 Front cable
trough
5 Boards 6 Grounding
screw
7 DC power
input port
8 Port for the
monitoring signal
cable of the power
distribution box
9 Cover plate
of the DP
switch
Front View
Rear View
Classification of BSC6900 GSM subracks
tem ndex
eight of the subrack 12U
Weight of the subrack
Empty: 25kg;
Full configuration>57kg
Consumption
l MPS subrack: 1000W
l EPS subrack: 1000W
l TCS subrack:1000W
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DIP Switch on the Subrack
The DP switch on the subrack has eight bits numbered in ascending
order from 1 to 8
f the bit is set to , it indicates 0. f the bit is set to FF, it indicates 1.
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DIP Switch on the Subrack
The function of the switch 6?
Subrack
number
Subrack code
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Subrack 0 FF
Subrack 1 FF FF FF
Subrack 2 FF FF FF
Subrack 3 FF FF FF
Subrack 4 FF FF FF
Subrack 5 FF FF FF
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Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
2.1 Frame and Subrack
2.2 Board Introduction
2.3 CabIe Introduction
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BSC6900 OveraII Structure
The overaII structure of the BSC6900
Switching Subsystem;
Service Processing Subsystem;
Clock Synchronization Subsystem;
nterface Synchronization Subsystem;
M Subsystem.
G-Mode
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Switching Subsystem
Functions
Provides intra-subrack Medium Access Control (MAC) switching
Provides intra-subrack Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) switching
Distributes clock signals to the service processing boards
Provides inter-subrack switching
Provides switching channels for traffic data
Provides M channels
Hardware InvoIved
TDM switchingTUa board
MAC switchingSCUa board
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Board--TNUa
Port Function
Matching
connector
TDM05
TDM high-speed seriaI port, used to connect
the TNUaS between subracks
DB14
GTNU
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
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N
M
5
T
N
M
4
T
N
M
0
T
N
M
1
T
N
M
2
T
N
M
3
The TUa is the TDM switching unit in the BSC6900.
The active and standby TUa are inserted in slot 4 and slot 5.
The TUa board performs the TDM switching function, which
is the TDM switching center of the system.
The TUa has the following functions:
Providing 128 K `128 K TDM switching
Allocating TDM network resources, establishing, and releasing
radio links
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Board--SCUa
Port Function Matching
EHT09 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet ports, used to connect subracks RJ45
EHT1011
10M/100M/1000M Ethernet ports, used to connect GBAM (OnIy the
main subrack is connected with the GBAM)
RJ45
COM Debugging port RJ45
CIN
CIock source port, used to receive the 8 kHz cIock signaIs from the
paneI of the GGCU
RJ45
TESTOUT CIock test signaI port, used to output cIock test signaIs SMB connector
The SCUa is the switching control unit in the BSC6900.
The active and standby SCUa are inserted in slot 6 and 7.
The SCUa board provides maintenance management of the
subrack and GE switching platform for the subrack.
The SCUa has the following functions:
Performing maintenance management of the subrack
Providing a GE platform for the subrack
Providing clock information for the other boards in the same
subrack except the GCUa
SCUa
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
C
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TESTOUT
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ACT
LK
1
0
/ 1
0
0
/ 1
0
0
0
B
A
S
E
- T
RESET
ACT
LK
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
10
ACT
LK
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Service Processing Subsystem
Functions
User data transfer
Radio channel ciphering and deciphering
System admission control
Data integrity protection
Mobility management
Cell broadcast service control
Data volume reporting
Radio access management
CS service processing
PS service processing
Radio resource management and control
System information and user message tracing
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Service Processing Subsystem
Hardware InvoIved
XPUa/b board, SPUa/b board, DPUa/b/c/d/e board
Board Specification
XPU/SPU is the signaling processing unit
SPU board can process GSM/UMTS signaling panel, XPU board can process
GSM signaling panel
SPU board Works for BSC6900 GU mode
XPU board Works for BSC6900 GSM only mode
The postfix of "a board contain 4 logic subsystem, and the postfix of "b board
contain 8 logic subsystem
Services Process Unit DPUa/b/c/d/e
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Board Introduction-XPU/SPU
oaded with different software, the XPUa board is functionaIIy
divided into main controI XPUa board and non-main controI
XPUa board.
XPUa
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
1
0
/1
0
0
/1
0
0
0
B
A
S
E
-T
ACT
LK
0
1
2
3
The 0 subsystem of main control XPU/SPU
board is MPU, used to manage the user panel
and signaling plane resources within the
subrack and process the signaling.
The subsystem of non-main control XPU/SPU
board is CPU, used to process the signaling.
For GSM nly mode, one MPU for the system
is enough. f the system upgrade to GU mode,
one MPU should for one subrack.
Main control
XPUa
on-Main
control XPUa
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Board Introduction--DPUc
Function
DPUc process CS services and perform the voice coding and
decoding function. t works as subrack system pool mode.
Provides the speech format conversion and data forwarding
functions when configured in BM subrack.
Provides the Tandem Free peration (TF) function
Provides the voice enhancement function
Detects voice faults automatically
DPUd board works for GSM services.
DPUa
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
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Board introduction--DPUd
Function
The DPUd is the Data Processing Unit for PS services. t can be
installed in slots 811 in MPS and 8-27 in EPSit processes the
packet services for the BSC.
Each DPUd supports 1024 activated PDCs at the same time,
and all the PDCs support MSC-9 coding.
Packet links processing function.
PS fault self-detection.
DPUd board works for GSM services.
DPUa
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
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Subsystems Five: Interface Board System
Board
Type
Physical
Board
Board specification Scene
EUa Transmits, receives, encodes, and decodes 32 E1s/T1s. GSM nly
Ua Provides one STM-1 port for TDM transmission GSM nlyGU
OId
Boards
FG2a Provides eight channels over FE ports or two channels over
GE electrical ports
GSM nlyGU
GUa Provides two channels over GE optical ports GSM nlyGU
PEUa Provides 32 channels of E1s/T1s for DLC transmission
Extracts line clock signals
GSM nlyGU
MuIti-
kerneI
Boards
FG2c Provides 12 channeIs over FE ports or four channeIs over
GE eIectricaI ports
GSM OnIyGU
GOUc Provides four channeIs over GE opticaI ports GSM OnIyGU
POUc
Provides four channeIs over channeIized opticaI STM-1/OC-
3 ports based on IP protocoI
Extracts Iine cIock signaIs
GSM OnIyGU
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Mapping for Interface Board and Version
PhysicaI
Board
Function Interface Type
Abis Ater A Gb Pb
PEUa FR BSC V9R8C01
HDC BSC V9R8C01
IP mBSCV9R11 mBSCV9R11
FG2a IP BSC V9R8C01 BSC V9R8C01 BSC V9R8C01
GOUa IP BSC V9R8C01 BSC V9R8C01
POUc TDM+ HDC mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11
IP mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11
FG2c IP mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11
GOUc IP mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11 mBSC V9R11
EIUa Abis TDM BSC V9R1
Ater TDM BSC V9R1
Pb TDM BSC V9R1
A TDM BSC V9R1
OIUa Abis TDM BSC V9R1
Ater TDM BSC V9R1
Pb TDM BSC V9R1
A TDM BSC V9R1
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Co-Transmission for the Interface Board
PhysicaI
Board
Function Interface Board Sharing
Iub Iu(Iur/IuCS/Iu
PS)
Abis A Ater Gb
FG2a IP Iub/Iu Co-Interface board Abis/A Co-Interface board Gb Separated
GOUa IP Iub/Iu Co-Interface board Abis/A Co-Interace board Gb Separated
AOUc ATM Iub/Iu Co-Interface board
UOIc ATM Iub/Iu Co-Interface board
IP Iub/Iu/Abis/A(Ater) !'"
POUc TDM+ HDC Abis/A(Ater)/Gb(Pb) Co-Interface board
IP Iub/Iu/Abis/A(Ater) Co-Interface board
FG2c IP Iub/Iu/Abis/A(Ater)/Gb(Pb) Co-Interface board
GOUc IP Iub/Iu/Abis/A(Ater)/Gb(Pb) Co-Interface board
EIUa Abis TDM
Ater TDM
Pb TDM
A TDM
OIUa Abis TDM
Ater TDM
Pb TDM
A TDM
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Board Introdction-FG2c
The FG2c board supports IP over Ethernet transmission.
The FG2c board performs the foIIowing functions:
Provides 12 channels over FE ports or four channels over GE
electrical ports
Provides the link aggregation function at the MAC layer
Provides the routing-based backup and load sharing
Supports the transmission of data over all its Ethernet ports on the
basis of the synchronized clock signals
Supports the AbisAGbuub interfaces
Port Function Connector type
10/100BASE-T 10M/100M Ethernet ports, used to transmit 10/100M
signals
RJ45
10/100/1000BASE-T 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet ports, used to transmit
10/100/1000M signals
RJ45
2M02M1 Port for 2 Mz clock signal outputs male connector
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Board Introduction-GOUc
As an optical interface board, the GUc board supports P
over Ethernet transmission.
The GUc board performs the following functions:
Provides four channels over GE optical ports
Provides the routing-based backup and load sharing
Extracts line clock signals
Supports the Abis, A, and Gb,u, ub interfaces
Port Function Connector
Type
RX ptical port, used to transmit and receive optical signals. TX
refers to the transmitting optical port, and RX refers to the
receiving optical port.
LC/PC
TX
2M02M1 Port for 2 Mz clock signal outputs SMB male
connector
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Board Introduction-POUc
As an interface board, the POUc board supports IP over
channeIized STM-1/OC-3 transmission.
The POUc board performs the foIIowing functions:
Provides four channels over channelized optical STM-1/C-3 ports based
on P protocol
Supports the PPP function
Extracts line clock signals
Provides the Automatic Protection Switching (APS) function between the
active and standby PUc boards
Supports the A, Abis, Gb, Ater,Pb, u, ub interfaces
Port Function Connector type
RX ptical port, used to transmit and receive optical signals. TX refers to the
transmitting optical port, and RX refers to the receiving optical port.
LC/PC
TX
2M0
2M1
utput ports for clock signals. These ports are used to transmit the 2 Mz line
clock signals to the GCUa/GCGa board. The clock signals are extracted from
upper-level devices and serve as the clock sources of the BSC6900 system.
SMB male
connector
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Subsystems Four: CIock Subsystem
CIock Source
Bits clock
Line clock
GPS
Reference CIock for the MPS or EPS
The reference clocks are provided by the GCUa. The reference clocks generate
8kz clock signals through the GCUa.
MPS: The clock signals are sent to the SCUa in the MPSa subrack through the
backplane. Then, the clock signals are sent to other boards in the same subrack.
EPS: The clock signals are sent to the SCUa board in the EPSa subrack through
the clock cable. Then, the signals are sent to other boards through the backplane.
Reference CIock for the TCS
Each TCS extracts line clock from the A interface. The line clock is processed
through A interface panel and then generates 8 Kz clock signals.
The clock signals are sent to the SCUa in the subrack through the backplane. Then
the clock signals are sent to other boards in the same subrack.
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Structure of the CIock Synchronization
Subsystem
igh-speed backplane channel
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GCUa/GCGa
CIock moduIe
RSS
8kz
To BTS/odeB
To BTS/odeB
To BTS/odeB
RBS RBS
19.44Mz, 32.768Mz, 8Kz
19.44Mz, 32.768Mz,
8Kz
19.44Mz, 32.768Mz,
8Kz
8kz
Clock cable
C BTS GPS
8kz
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Board--GCUa
GGCU
PARC
RU
ALM
ACT
8
9
CM0
CM1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C
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K

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S
T

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T

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C
L
K
L

1
C
L
K
L

0
The GCUa is the general clock unit in the BSC6900. The active and
standby GCUa are configured in slots 12 and 13 in the MPS. The
GGCU board provides synchronous timing signals for the system
The GCUa has the following functions:
Generating and keeping synchronous clock signals
Keeping the consistency of synchronization information output from the active
and standby GCUa
Port Function Connector type
AT- Reserved SMA male connector
CLKUT0~9
Ports for transmitting synchronization clock signals. The ten
ports are used to transmit the 8 kz clock signals to the
CLK port on the panel of the SCUa board.
RJ45
CM0,CM1 Reserved RJ45
TESTUT Reserved SMB male connector
TEST nput port for testing external clock signals SMB male connector
CLK0-1
Synchronization clock input port, used to receive the 2.048
Mz clock signals or 2.048 Mbit/s code stream signals
SMB male connector
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M2000
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ANSWITCH
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S
C
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S
C
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WEB LMT
External
network
MPS
nternal
network
EPS
nternet cable
Serial cable
Subsystems Five: O&M Subsystem
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Board Introduction OMU
The OMUa board works as a bridge for the communication
between the WebMT and the other boards in the BSC6900.
Function
Performing the configuration management, performance
management, fault management, security management, and loading
management functions for the system
To control the communication between the LMT/M2000 and the SCUa
board of the BSC6900
(1) Captive screw (2) Shielding finger (3) Ejector lever (4) LED (RU)
(5) LED (ALM) (6) LED (ACT) (7) Button (RESET) (8) Button
(SUTDW)
(9) USB port (10) Ethernet port (ET0) (11) Ethernet port (ET1) (12) Ethernet port
(ET2)
(13) CM port (14) VGA port (15) LED (D) (16) LED(FFLE)
(17) ard disk (18) Screw for fixing the hard disk
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Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
2.1 Frame and Subrack
2.2 Board Introduction
2.3 CabIe Introduction
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TNUa
Active
Board
Board
LVDS TDM path of backplane
nter-TUa Cable
TNUa
Standby
TNUaActive
Board
Board
TNUaStandby
TDM Switching Subsystem
Intra-Subrack: Other boards in the subrack connect with TNUa
(Active/Standby) through VDS (ow VoItage DifferentiaI SignaI) high
speed seriaI ports of backpIane.
Inter-Subrack: TDM units of every subrack fuIIy interconnected with
each other through TNUa crossover cabIes.
n full intra-subrack
interconnection, 2 cables
support 8K bandwidth.
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Inter-Subrack Interconnections of
TNUa Crossover CabIes
1
0
TNUa TNUa
TNUa TNUa
2
TNUa TNUa
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Interconnection Between SCUa
Active/standby SCUa boards: HiG interconnection; 30G bandwidth.
Intra-subrack : The SCUa board provides 48G GE switching capabiIity
through backpIane.
Inter-subrack : The SCUa boards are connected in star topoIogy
through intercross cabIe using the GE ports on SCUa.
Switchin
g and
controI
unit
Other board
Other board
Other board
Other board
Other board
Other board
Switchin
g and
controI
unit
Switchin
g and
controI
unit
RSS
RBS
RBS
High-speed
backplane channel
Network cable
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The PhysicaI CabIe Between Subracks
SCUa in MPS subrack
GE07 interconnect with EPS, open the port by MML command.
GE8/9 interconnect with main TCS
GE10/11 interconnect with GBAM
SCUa in EPS subrack
GE01 interconnect with MPS
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Interconnection Between Subrack
A interface
Pb interface
Abis interface
Ater interface
Subracks of BSC6000 compose an interconnection switching network
through cascade.
TCS
TCS
TCS
TC
EPS
MPS
EPS
BM
SCUa Star interconnection
TUa Full interconnection
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CIock Synchronization Interconnection
The connection of the GCUa of the main
subrack and the extension subrack is
shown:
The active and standby GCUa output 10-way
signal channel respectively. A signal channel of
an active GCUa and that of a standby GCUa
are integrated through the Y-shaped cable.
Any of component including GCUa, Y-shaped
cable, and SCUa is faulty, the system clock
still can work normally.
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Chapter 1 BSC6900 System Description
Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
Chapter 3 BSC6900 SignaI FIow Chapter 3 BSC6900 SignaI FIow
Chapter 4 BSC6900 TypicaI Configuration
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GSM CS SignaI FIow
Abis over TDM+A over TDM
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GSM CS SignaI FIow
Abis over DLC/P+A over TDM
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GSM CS SignaI FIow
Abis over TDM+A over P
Abis over DLC/P+A over P
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GSM PS SignaI FIow (Inner-PCU)
Abis over TDM
Abis over DLC/P
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SignaIing FIow on the A Interface
Abis over TDM+A over TDM
the signaling processing board XPUa processes the signaling
according to the MTP3, SCCP, and BSSAP protocols.
A ver P
The A interface board processes the MTP2 protocol
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SignaIing FIow on the Abis Interface
Abis over TDM/P/DLC
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SignaIing FIow on the Gb Interface
Gb Over IP
the signaling processing board processes the signaling
according to the S and BSSGP protocols. Then, the signaling
is transmitted to the Gb interface board through the SCUa
board.
The Gb interface board processes the signaling according to
the P or FR protocol. Then, the signaling is transmitted to the
SGS over the Gb interface.
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OM SignaI FIow
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Chapter 1 BSC6900 System Description
Chapter 2 BSC6900 Hardware Structure
Chapter 3 BSC6900 SignaI FIow
Chapter 4 BSC6900 TypicaI Configuration Chapter 4 BSC6900 TypicaI Configuration
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Specification of the Board
XPUa/XPUb
350TRX/XPUa 640TRX/XPUb
o. of XPUa=TRX o./350TRX o. of XPUb=TRX o./640TRX
For GSM only system, we can be configured just one main control XPU,
which configured as RGCP
The control panel optimized for BSC6900, XPUa/XPUb can congfigured in
different subrack with Transcode board and interface board averagely.
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Specification of the Interface Board
Physi
caI
Board
Function Interface Type
Abis Ater A Gb Pb
POUc TDM+
HDC
512TRX 7168CIC 3906CIC 395Mbps mBSC
V9R11
IP 2048TRX 23040CIC 23040CIC
FG2c IP 2048TRX 23040 790Mbps
GOUc IP 2048TRX 23040 790Mbps
EIUa Abis TDM 256TRX
Ater TDM 968CIC
Pb TDM 968CIC
A TDM 968CIC
OIUa Abis TDM 512TRX
Ater TDM 1890CIC
Pb TDM 1890CIC
A TDM
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TypicaI
Configuration
Parameter Description
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TypicaI
Configuration
Parameter Description

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