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0 BTS3900(A) Product Description

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V1.0 2010-03-03

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...... 11 3 Products and Applications ...4 GATM ......................................................................................3 Power Consumption ....................................5 BTS3900(A) Cabinets .........0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..................3 RFU................................................................................................... 6 2......................................................................2 Input Power ........................................................................................................................................................ 25 5 Abbreviations .............5 Environment Specification.......................................................2 Portfolio and Application of Fourth-Generation BTSs.............................. 21 4..................................................................................................................................................................................................19 4....................................1 Overview.............0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Contents 1 Introduction..................... 10 2.............................................................. 23 4..................................................................... 5 2 System Architecture........................ 6 2.......................................................................................................................................................1 Typical Application Scenarios............... 21 4....4 Specification of the Equipment ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Page 3 of 27 .......................................................................... 15 3.........................................1 RF Specification................................. 19 4................ 4 1..............................................GBSS12...................................................................................................1 Overview.................... Ltd......................................................................6 2....................... 17 4 Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................4 1..................................................................................................................................................................2 BBU3900 .......................... 8 2.....................................................................................................2 Benefits ...................................................................................................................................................................27 Issue V1........................15 3................................................................................................................................................................................

Huawei takes the lead in developing the fourth generation BTSs. the network operators are forced to increase the CAPEX and optimize the OPEX with the changing technologies. and fast deployment. low power consumption. and from UMTS to HSPA to HSPA+.GBSS12. and therefore operators are currently facing the challenge of merging the multiple network subsystems into a more costeffective network. The BTS3900 and BTS3900A consist of two basic modules. the BTS3900 and BTS3900A are characterized by compact structure.1 Overview Introduction In rapidly changing field of mobile communication. As shown in Figure 1-1. high integration.. As an innovative and customer-oriented company.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 1 1. Flexible combination of basic modules and cabinets help Huawei products stay unique. The solution is to move towards the convergence of multi-mode networks. The growing trend in mobile communications comprises of a series of evolution: from GSM to EDGE to EDGE+. Figure 1-1 BTS3900 and BTS3900A Issue V1. which will outclass other base stations to benefit operators with future-oriented mobile networks. Page 4 of 27 . The BTS3900 GSM and the BTS3900A GSM are indoor macro BTS and outdoor macro BTS of the fourth-generation BTSs respectively (hereinafter referred to as BTS3900 and BTS3900A respectively). and LTE. To keep pace with the trend.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. there is utmost need for continuous improvement in the products.

which helps operators to reduce CAPEX. The simplified structure reduces spare parts and saves maintenance cost. Broadband Service and Enhanced User Experience Considerable improvement has been made on the BTS in terms of baseband processing and internal bandwidth expansion. Ltd. The BTS3900 and BTS3900A can also support multiple network modes by adding RF modules. The BTS3900 and BTS3900A can support multiple network modes by sharing one cabinet or using the same transmission and network management system. Page 5 of 27 . During the evolution. Low Power Consumption With the help of the advanced hardware designs.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 1.GBSS12. such as separate mode and stack mode. for example. Smooth Evolution and Reduced CAPEX The BTS3900 and BTS3900A supports smooth evolution to EDGE+. Issue V1. which further enhances the user experience. the transmission bandwidth expands enormously.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and support MCS-9 services at all timeslot levels on the air interface.2 Benefits Simple Structure and Multi-Mode Convergence The BTS3900 and BTS3900A have only two types of basic modules. as well as a series of software power saving technique. The basic modules combined with different cabinets increases the variety of installation modes. IP transport is supported on the Abis interface. which helps in deploying an environment friendly network.. all the hardware can be reused. thus achieving the convergence of multi-mode networks. multi-carrier PA. the power consumption of the BTS3900 and BTS3900A is greatly reduced.

2.GBSS12. Figure 2-1 shows the BBU3900. Figure 2-1 BBU3900 Issue V1. which are connected through high-speed Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) ports.2 BBU3900 It is a baseband control unit.B)(hereinafter referred to as APM30H)). They have two types of basic modules: Baseband control Unit (BBU3900) and Radio Frequency Unit (RFU).1 Overview System Architecture The BTS3900 and BTS3900A have a modular design. and the BTS3900A cabinets are applied outdoors. and Transmission Cabinet (TMC11H). Page 6 of 27 . Ltd.2..0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 2 2. Advanced Power Module (APM30H(Ver. 2.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. an optional module tailored for need in different scenarios.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 has a case structure. The GSM Antenna and TMA Control module (GATM). The BBU3900 performs the following functions: Signal interaction between the BTS and the BSC Provides the system clock Manages the entire BTS system in terms of Operation and Maintenance (OM) and signal processing Provides an OM channel connection to the Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) or M2000. is used to control the TMA and Remote Electrical Tilt (RET) antenna. The BTS3900 cabinet is an indoor macro cabinet. Intergrated Battery Backup System (IBBS200D/IBBS200T). responsible for the interaction between the BTS and the BSC. which include the outdoor Radio Frequency Cabinet (RFC).

GBSS12. Page 7 of 27 .2 Ports on the BBU3900 Table 2-1 Ports on the mandatory boards of the BBU3900 Board GTMU Port CPRI E1/T1 ETH FE0 FE1 TST USB EXT UPEU PWR MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 Specification For communication with the RF module (6 ports) Supporting four E1s/T1s For local maintenance and commissioning Electrical port for IP transport over the Abis interface Optical port for IP transport over the Abis interface For testing the clock Used for automatic software upgrade through the USB disk Reserved port Power supply port Supporting one RS485 signal Supporting one RS485 signal Supporting four dry contact alarms Supporting four dry contact alarms Issue V1. Ltd.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description The following boards and module are mandatory for the BBU3900: GTMU: the main control board FAN: the FAN unit UPEU: Power module The following boards and module are optional for the BBU3900: USCU: the Universal Satellite Card and Clock Unit UEIU: the Universal Environment Interface Unit UTRP: the Universal Transmission Processing Unit Figure 2-2 shows the panel of the BBU3900. Figure 2-2 Panel of the BBU3900 2..2.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

3.048 MHz and 10 MHz clock reference source Used for receiving 1PPS signals from the M1000 Supporting eight E1s/T1s 2. Ltd. Figure 2-3 shows the DRFU.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2. GSM Radio Frequency Unit (GRFU): supports a maximum of six carriers for largecapacity system.1 Appearance of the DRFU The DRFU. supporting adaptive input of 2. known as the RF module. Issue V1.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Table 2-2 Ports on the optional boards of the BBU3900 Board UEIU Port MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 USCU GPS RGPS TOD0 TOD1 BITS M-1PPS UTRP E1/T1 Specification Supporting one RS485 signal Supporting one RS485 signal Supporting four dry contact alarms Supporting four dry contact alarms Used for receiving GPS signals Used for receiving RGPS signals Used for receiving or transmitting 1PPS+TOD signals Used for receiving or transmitting 1PPS+TOD signals. and receiving TOD signals from the M1000 Used for receiving BITS clock signals.3 RFU The RFU performs the following functions: Modulation and demodulation between baseband signals and RF signals Data processing Signal combination and division The RFU is classified into following two types: Double Radio Frequency Unit (DRFU): supports a maximum of two carriers for smallor medium-capacity scenario.. Page 8 of 27 . adopts the double-transceiver technique and installed in the BTS3900 or BTS3900A.GBSS12.

2 Ports on the DRFU Table 2-3 Ports on the DRFU Port ANT1 ANT2 CPRI0 CPRI1 PWR RX1 in RX1 out RX2 in RX2 out Connected to the lower-level RFU in the cascading configuration Connected to the BBU directly. also an RF module.3. Ltd.3. adopts the multi-carrier technology and resides in the BTS3900 or BTS3900A. Issue V1.. Page 9 of 27 . used to connect the antenna system 2.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 2-3 DRFU 2.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 Appearance of the GRFU The GRFU. or connected to the upper-level RFU in the cascading configuration Power supply port Input port for diversity signals in antenna channel 1 Output port for diversity signals in antenna channel 1 Input port for diversity signals in antenna channel 2 Output port for diversity signals in antenna channel 2 Specification Antenna connector.GBSS12. Figure 2-4 shows the GRFU.

or connected to the upper-level RFU in the cascading configuration Connected to the lower-level RFU in the cascading configuration Monitoring port Power supply port Input port for diversity signals in the antenna channel Output port for diversity signals in the antenna channel Specification Antenna connector. 2. Page 10 of 27 .3.1 Appearance of the GATM The GATM resides in the BTS3900 or BTS3900A . Issue V1. GATM should be configured if the RET antenna or Tower Mounted Amplifier is selected.4 Ports on the GRFU Table 2-4 Ports on the GRFU Port ANT_TX/RXA ANT_ RXB CPRI0 CPRI1 MON PWR RX_INB RX_OUTA Connected to the BBU directly.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The GRFU controls the RET antenna and TMA.4.. Ltd.4 GATM The GATM controls the RET antenna and TMA.GBSS12. It is not required to configure the GATM while configuring the GRFU. used to connect the antenna system 2.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 2-4 GRFU 2. When the DRFU is installed in the cabinet. Figure 2-5 shows the GATM.

A single BTS3900 cabinet accommodates a maximum of six RFU.2 Ports on the GATM Table 2-5 Ports on the GATM Port ANT0.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Figure 2-6 –48 V DC BTS3900 cabinet Issue V1.4. ANT2. Figure 2-7.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 2-5 GATM 2. houses the BBU3900 and RFUs. Ltd. an indoor macro cabinet. and Figure 2-8 show the internal structure of the indoor macro cabinets with different power inputs.5. ANT4 ANT1. Page 11 of 27 . The BTS3900 cabinet supports the following functions: Power distribution and surge protection -48 V DC power input +24 V DC and 220 V AC power inputs if configured with different power modules Figure 2-6. ANT3.1 BTS3900 Cabinet The BTS3900 cabinet.5 BTS3900(A) Cabinets 2.GBSS12. ANT5 COM1 COM2 -48V Specification Providing power for the TMA and transmitting control signals for the RET antenna Providing power for the TMA Connected to the BBU3900 Providing the extended RS485 port Power supply port 2.

2 RFC The RFC houses the RFUs and provides the functions such as power distribution and surge protection.5. and it can be configured with a maximum of six RFUs.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 2-7 +24 V DC BTS3900 cabinet Figure 2-8 220 V AC BTS3900 cabinet 2. Ltd.. The RFC works in direct-ventilation mode to dissipate heat. Page 12 of 27 .GBSS12. Figure 2-9 shows the internal structure of the RFC.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 2-9 Internal structure of the RFC Issue V1.

5. The APM30H is compact and lightweight.5 kg (excluding user devices) –40°C to +50°C The AC heat exchanger is required if the temperature is below –20°C. Figure 2-10 shows the internal structure of the APM30H. which can be installed in areas of poor air quality. Page 13 of 27 .0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.GBSS12.. Figure 2-10 Internal structure of the APM30H Table 2-6 Technical specifications of the APM30H Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight Working temperature Relative humidity AC input Input voltage Frequency DC output Output voltage Quantity of DC outputs APM30H: < 76. dissipates heat based on the heat exchange system and two air circulation fans. The APM30H. 5% RH to 100% RH 176 V AC to 290 V AC 50 Hz/60 Hz –48 V DC 30 A: 4 12 A: 2 4 A: 4 Installation space Without the AC heat exchanger With the AC heat exchanger Providing 7 U space for installation Providing 6 U space for installation Specification 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm (excluding the base) Issue V1.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 2.3 APM30H The APM30H provides -48 V DC power and backup power to the outdoor macro BTS and also provides installation space for the BBU3900 and other devices. Ltd.

Small sized and easy to transport. The cooler is installed on the inner side of the IBBS200T cabinet door. The BBU3900 can be installed in the TMC11H. The TMC11H provides a space of 11 U for installing user devices. Figure 2-12 Internal structure of the TMC11H Issue V1. Page 14 of 27 . The IBBS200D/IBBS200T provide a maximum of –48 V 184 Ah DC backup power through the built-in batteries. Figure 2-11 Internal structure of the IBBS200D/IBBS200T 2. enabling the IBBS200T to adapt to high ambient temperature. Ltd.4 IBBS200D/IBBS200T The IBBS200D/IBBS200T is installed if the long-time power backup is required. Small sized and easy to transport.5.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 2. the IBBS200D/IBBS200T can be applied to outdoors.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The IBBS200D works in direct-ventilation mode to dissipate heat. the TMC11H can be installed in outdoors..GBSS12.5. and it dissipates heat based on the heat exchanger system and two air circulation fans.5 TMC11H The TMC11H is configured if additional transmission space is required. Figure 2-11 shows the internal structure of the IBBS200D/IBBS200T. Figure 2-12 shows the internal structure of the TMC11H.

For outdoor installation scenarios. The -48 V BTS3900 cabinet can be stacked on top of another -48 V BTS3900 cabinet. Ltd. and small footprint. Table 3-1 Typical configuration BTS3900A Configuration APM30H+RFC TMC11H+RFC Description Six RFU.1 Typical Application Scenarios The BTS3900 is installed indoors. Figure 3-3. Table 3-1 describes the typical configuration of the BTS3900A.. The RFU is installed in the RFC. the BTS3900 features large capacity. the outdoor macro BTS (BTS3900A) is used. no backup power Providing installation space for user devices and no backup power.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Page 15 of 27 . It can also support GSM+UMTS dual-mode application. APM30H+RFC+IBBS200D. Figure 3-2. TMC11H+RFC. and APM30H+ RFC +TMC11H+IBBS200D.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 3 Figure 3-1 BTS3900 Products and Applications 3. and Figure 3-4 show the product portfolio of APM30H+RFC. high scalability. Renowned as the most compact indoor macro BTS in telecom industry. The site supplies DC power.GBSS12. Figure 3-1 shows the single BTS3900 and two BTS3900s in stack mode. Issue V1. and the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30 or TMC.

0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Configuration APM30H+RFC+ IBBS200D APM30H+RFC+ TMC11H+IBBS200D Figure 3-2 APM30H+RFC Description Six RFU: power backup (184 Ah) for 5 hours Six RFU: power backup (184 Ah) for 4 hours (if the power consumption of the TMC is less than 200 W) Figure 3-3 TMC11H+RFC Issue V1.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.GBSS12.. Page 16 of 27 . Ltd.

. traffic is large. suburb. and space is limited. and compact BTS (BTS3900E). lease expense for equipment rooms is high.2 Portfolio and Application of Fourth-Generation BTSs By providing various product forms of fourth-generation BTSs to cater the demand for network deployments in different scenarios. The BTS3900A applies to outdoor installation scenarios in urban. distributed BTS (DBS3900). Huawei fourth-generation BTSs consist of the indoor macro BTS (BTS3900). Figure 3-6 shows the applications of the Huawei fourth-generation BTSs. outdoor macro BTS (BTS3900A). The BTS3900E applies to indoor coverage and coverage in hotspot areas. Page 17 of 27 . The BTS3900 applies to indoor installation scenarios where population density is high.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 3-4 APM30H+RFC+IBBS200D Figure 3-5 APM30H+RFC+TMC11H+IBBS200D 3. Huawei provides operators with a comprehensive total network solution.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue V1. Ltd. The DBS3900 applies to outdoor scenarios where wide coverage is required and site construction is difficult.GBSS12. and rural areas where large-capacity and wide coverage is required.

Page 18 of 27 .GBSS12.. Ltd.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Figure 3-6 Portfolio and application of fourth-generation BTSs Issue V1.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

710–1.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.785 TX frequency band (MHz) 925–960 935–960 1. A single site supports a maximum of 36 carriers and a maximum configuration of S12/12/12.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 4 4.805–1. and a single cell supports a maximum of 24 carriers.5 dBm Receiver specification Receive independency –113 dBm Two-way receive diversity –116 dBm Issue V1.880 EGSM 900 MHz PGSM 900 MHz GSM 1.800 MHz Capacity A single cabinet supports a maximum of 12 carriers. Output power 900 MHz (GMSK/8PSK) Uncombined: 45 W/30 W Combined: 20 W/14 W PBT: 71 W/47 W 1.GBSS12.1 RF Specification Item Supported frequency band Specification Frequency band Technical Specifications Table 4-1 RF Specification of the DRFU RX frequency band (MHz) 880–915 890–915 1.800 MHz (GMSK/8PSK) Uncombined: 40 W/26 W Combined: 18 W/12 W PBT: 63 W/42 W Four-way receive diversity –118.. Page 19 of 27 .

.870–1.800 MHz (V2) GSM 1.710–1.910 TX frequency band (MHz) 935–960 925–960 1. Receiver specification (V2) Frequency band 900 MHz 1.GBSS12.8 dBm Receive independency –113 dBm Two-way receive diversity –116.800 MHz Receive independency –113.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. V1) Without power sharing: 3TRX:27W/17W 4TRX:20W/13W 5TRX:16W/10W 6TRX:12W/8W Issue V1. Ltd.900 MHz (V1) Capacity RX frequency band (MHz) 890–915 880–915 1. V2) With power sharing: 3 TRX: 31 W/20 W 4 TRX: 27 W/17 W 5 TRX: 16 W/10 W 6 TRX: 16 W/10 W RF standard: ETSI TS 100 910 V8.820–1.930–1.770 1.900 MHz (GMSK/8PSK.800 MHz (GMSK/8PSK.785 1.880 1.890 1.800 MHz (GMSK/8PSK.970 1. A single site supports a maximum of 72 carriers and a maximum configuration of S24/24/24.725–1.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Table 4-2 RF Specification of the GRFU Item Supported frequency band Specification Frequency band PGSM 900 MHz (V2) EGSM 900 MHz (V2) GSM 1. and a single cell supports a maximum of 24 carriers.865 1.900 MHz 900 MHz/1. V2) With power sharing: 3TRX:31W/20W 4TRX:27W/17W 5TRX:20W/13W 6TRX:20W/13W 1. Page 20 of 27 .6 W Output power (Class 2) 900 MHz/1.20.8 dBm Two-way receive diversity –116 dBm Receiver specification (V1) Output power (Class 0) Frequency band 1.990 A single cabinet supports a maximum of 36 carriers.5 dBm –116.5 dBm –113.850–1.950–1.805–1.0 Without power sharing: 3 TRX: 27 W/17 W 4 TRX: 20 W/13 W 5 TRX: 12 W/8 W 6 TRX: 10 W/6.

Voltage range: +21.800 MHz.3 Power Consumption 4.1 Power Consumption of the BTS3900 Table 4-4 Power Consumption (DRFU) Item Power consumption( DC input) Specification Configuration S2/2/2.GBSS12. 900 MHz.800 MHz. Page 21 of 27 .6 V DC to +29 V DC 110V AC.005 V8.3. 4.4 V DC to –57 V DC +24V DC. TOC=20 W S2/2/2.6W 3GPP TS 45. Voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC 4. 900 MHz.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Item Specification With power sharing: 3TRX:31W/20W 4TRX:27W/17W 5TRX:20W/13W 6TRX:16W/10W RF Standard Without power sharing: 3TRX:27W/17W 4TRX:20W/13W 5TRX:12W/8W 6TRX:10W/6.2. 1.150 Issue V1. Voltage range: 90 V AC to 135 V AC 220V AC. Voltage range: –38.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Input Power Table 4-3 Input Power Item Input power Specification –48V DC. TOC=45 W S4/4/4. TOC=18 W Typical value (W) 750 1. Ltd. 1.0 multicarrier BTS class 2 requirement Class 0 is the multi-carrier RF standard defined on the basis of the ETSI standard for the GSM SCPA. TOC=40 W S4/4/4..140 750 1.

V2) Item Power consumption (Class 0. TOC=20 W S2/2/2. TOC=20 W S4/4/4.. TOC=45 W S4/4/4.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. TOC=16 W S4/4/4. 900 MHz. 1. TOC=20 W S6/6/6. 1.800 MHz. TOC=20 W S6/6/6.3. TOC=16 W Power consumption (Class 2.800 MHz.800 MHz. 1. Table 4-5 Power Consumption (GRFU. 1.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description The typical power consumption is measured with a 30% load. TOC=18 W Typical value (W) 860 1. TOC=20 W Typical value (W) 680 670 710 710 630 680 680 720 4. 900 MHz. DC input) S4/4/4. 900 MHz. 900 MHz. Ltd. TOC=40 W S4/4/4. TOC=20 W S6/6/6. Page 22 of 27 . 1. 1.800 MHz.2 Power Consumption of the BTS3900A Table 4-6 Power Consumption (DRFU) Item Power consumption( AC input) Specification Configuration S2/2/2. 900 MHz. 900 MHz.800 MHz.290 860 1.300 Issue V1. DC input) Specification Configuration S4/4/4.800 MHz.GBSS12. TOC=20 W S6/6/6.

800 MHz.800 MHz. Page 23 of 27 . and one FE optical port RFC: 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm Stacked with APM30H: 1400 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm(without base) Stacked with APM30H: 1600 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm(with base) Issue V1. TOC=20 W Typical value (W) 770 760 810 800 720 710 770 820 4. TOC=20 W S6/6/6. one FE electrical port. TOC=20 W S6/6/6. 900 MHz.GBSS12. 900 MHz. 900 MHz. AC input) Specification Configuration S4/4/4. and one FE optical port 900 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm (without base) 940 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm (with base) Empty cabinet:57 kg Cabinet in full configuration:132 kg Table 4-9 Equipment specification of BTS3900A Item Transmission ports Dimensions (H x W x D) Specification GTMU: four E1s/T1s. 1. TOC=20 W S4/4/4.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Table 4-7 Power Consumption (GRFU. 900 MHz.800 MHz TOC=20 W S6/6/6.800 MHz. and one FE optical port GTMU+1UTRP: eight E1s/T1s. 1. 1.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. AC input) S4/4/4. TOC=16 W Power consumption (Class 2. TOC=16 W S4/4/4. one FE electrical port.4 Specification of the Equipment Table 4-8 Equipment specification of BTS3900 Item Transmission ports Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight Specification GTMU: four E1s/T1s. V2) Item Power consumption (Class 0. one FE electrical port. 1. and one FE optical port GTMU+1UTRP: eight E1s/T1s. TOC=20 W S6/6/6. one FE electrical port. Ltd.

Page 24 of 27 .0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Item Weight Specification Empty RFC cabinet: 58 kg RFC Cabinet in full configuration: 118 kg Stacked with APM30H in full configuration: 183 kg Issue V1.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd.GBSS12.

000 hours ≤ 1 hour Issue V1.9994% DRFU: 161.1 (2004) FCC 47CFR Part15 (2006) IEC61000-4-2 IEC61000-4-3 IEC61000-4-4 IEC61000-4-5 IEC61000-4-6 IEC61000-4-29 Availability MTBF MTTR ≥ 99. not temperaturecontrolled storage locations” ETSI EN 300019-1-2 Class 2.5 Environment Specification Table 4-10 Environment Specification for BTS3900 Item Temperature Relative humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage environment Transport environment EMC Specification –20°C to +55°C (Short-term : +50°C to +55°C) 5% RH to 95% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP20 ETSI EN 300019-1-1 Class 1. Ltd.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 4.2: “Weather protected.000 hours GRFU: 167. Page 25 of 27 .3: “Public transportation” The BTS3900 meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards: CISPR 22(2003) CISPR 24(1998-09+ A1:2001 A2:2003) ETSI 301 489-1 V1.GBSS12.5..

2: “Weather protected.000 hours GRFU: 109.5.0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.9991% DRFU: 106.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description Table 4-11 Environment Specification of BTS3900A Item Temperature Relative humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage environment Transport environment EMC Specification –40°C to +55°C (Short-term : +50°C to +55°C) 5% RH to 100% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP55 ETSI EN 300019-1-1 Class 1..3: “Public transportation” The BTS3900A meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards: CISPR 22(2003) CISPR 24(1998-09+ A1:2001 A2:2003) ETSI 301 489-1 V1.GBSS12. Page 26 of 27 .1 (2004) FCC 47CFR Part15 (2006) IEC61000-4-2 IEC61000-4-3 IEC61000-4-4 IEC61000-4-5 IEC61000-4-6 IEC61000-4-29 Availability MTBF MTTR ≥ 99. Ltd. not temperaturecontrolled storage locations” ETSI EN 300019-1-2 Class 2.000 hours ≤ 1 hour Issue V1.

Page 27 of 27 .GBSS12..0 (2010-03-03) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.0 BTS3900(A) Product Description 5 Abbreviation APM BBU CPRI DRFU GATM GRFU GTMU IBBS LTE MTBF MTTR PMU RFC RFU TMC TOC UEIU UPEU USCU UTRP Expansion Advanced Power Module Baseband control Unit Common Public Radio Interface Double Radio Frequency Unit GSM Antenna and TMA control Module GSM Radio Frequency Unit Abbreviations GSM Transmission &Timing & Management Unit for BBU Integrated Battery Backup System Long Term Evolution Mean Time Between Failures Mean Time to Recovery Power and Environment Monitoring Unit Radio Frequency Cabinet Radio Frequency Unit Transmission Cabinet Top of Cabinet Universal Environment Interface Unit Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit Universal Satellite Card and Clock Unit Universal Transmission Processing Unit Issue V1. Ltd.