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Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

understand the architecture of the UMTS BTS identify the boards and I am able to perform Local Maintenance identify Ancillary Equipments and I am able to perform Local Maintenance understand how to use the TIL to perform tests for troubleshooting. perform troubleshooting on the UMTS BTS.

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Page 9 . Technical Reference (1) 24.348. you might find it useful or interesting.alcatel-lucent.com All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2008 UMTS BTS Maintenance . 9 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2008 Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance Where you can get further information If you want further information you can refer to the following: Technical Practices for the specific product Technical support page on the Alcatel website: http://www.About this Student Guide Conventions used in this guide Switch to notes view! Note Provides you with additional information about the topic being discussed.98 – Points you to the exact section of Alcatel-Lucent Technical Practices where you can find more information on the topic being discussed. Warning Alerts you to instances where non-compliance could result in equipment damage or personal injury. Although this information is not required knowledge.

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First name : Did you meet the following objectives ? Tick the corresponding box Please.Self-assessment of Objectives Contract number : Course title : At the end of each section you will be asked to fill this questionnaire Please. return this sheet to the trainer at the end of the training Yes (or globally yes) No (or globally no) Instructional objectives 1 BTS understand the architecture of the UMTS Comments 2 identify the boards and I am able to perform Local Maintenance W-CDMA 3 Alcatel-Lucent identify Ancillary Equipments and I am UMTS BTS Maintenance able to perform Local Maintenance 11 All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2008 4 understand how to use the TIL to perform tests for troubleshooting.Page 11 . return this sheet to the trainer at the end of the training to notes view! Dates from : Location : to : Client (Company. All Rights Reserved © Alcatel-Lucent 2008 UMTS BTS Maintenance . Center) : Language : Switch Number of trainees : Surname. 5 perform troubleshooting on the UMTS BTS.

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you will be able to : Understand the Alcatel-Lucent UTRAN architecture Describe the Alcatel-Lucent BTS portfolio Describe the UMTS BTS and its modules Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 3 .Objectives UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· At the end of this section.

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6 RRH40-21 (2100Mhz + AWS) / RRH40-19(1900Mhz) 3.1 UMTS Architecture Characteristics of Macro BTS Solutions 1.4 Multi Standard BTS Indoor & Outdoor (Indoor shown) Pico NodeB Overview 2.2 dCompact RRH20 21 (2100 NodeB MHZ only) 3.7 RRH40-08 (850MHz) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.xModules RRH40 08 (850 MHz) 3.4 BTS Extended Generic Block UMTS Diagram BTS Portfolio BTS12010-2 Macro NodeB Indoor Characteristics 2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture BTS12020-2 Macro Block NodeB Outdoor Characteristics 2.Table of Contents UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Overview Page 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 Overview Alcatel-lucent W-CDMA NodeB Product Family 1. Alcatel-Lucent UMTS Architecture All rights reserved © 2007.7 dCompact + rCompact NodeB solution dCompact + rCompact NodeB solution 2.8 Micro NodeB Overview Remote NodeB Architecture 2. -AWS) RR40 19 (1900 MHZ) 3.1 BTS Generic Diagram Compact NodeB (d2U in rCompact 2.Characteristics Multi-standard BTSMacro Indoor & Outdoor (indoor shown) 2.4 d2U NodeB .1 dBTS and RRH Generic Block Diagram d2U NodeB xModules 3.5 dCompact NodeB dCompact NodeB 2.3 Characteristics of Macro BTS solutions Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 1.6 rCompact NodeB rCompact NodeB 2.Characteristics Micro NodeB Overview 2.2 Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA NodeB Product Family Extended UMTS BTS Portfolio 1.9 Pico Overview dBTS andNodeB RRH Generic Block Diagram dCompact NodeB Architecture 3 Remote NodeB d2U NodeB iModules 3.5 RRH20-21 (2100Mhz only) 3.3 d2U NodeB iModules RRH40 21 (2100 .3 BTS 12020-2 NodeB Outdoor .2 BTS 12010-2 Macro NodeB BTS) Indoor . Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 5 .

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Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel-lucent offers a complete Radio Access Network solution for UMTS including a range of Base Station (BTS) products: Macro (12000 serie) . All rights reserved © 2007. the following rules apply to the hierarchy: a Node B is associated with only one RNC. For UMTS. a Wireless Gateway may be associated with several RNCs. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 8 . MDM.1 Overview 1. Micro(1120 serie) and Pico (1010 serie). Compact (6100 serie). a GGSN may be associated with several Wireless Gateways. a Wireless Gateway may be associated with several GGSNs. With the future releases of the UMTS core networks. an RNC is associated with one or several Wireless Gateway (IuFLEX) . a Wireless Gateway is associated with only one MSC. This range of products is known by the name e-mobility Internet BTS. OMC-B Preside PSTN / ISDN Internet SERVICES Intranet USER Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance ACCESS (Core Network) All rights reserved © 2007. an all-packet infrastructure for telecommunication networks. Alcatel-lucent will offer its concept of Unified Networks. an MSC can be associated with several Wireless Gateways.1 UMTS Architecture UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Uu Iub UE Node B BTS POC iRNC RNC Iub Iu (CS & PS) Iur ATM Backbone TRAU + SGSN ATM Backbone WG P15K Wireless Gateway Uu Iur Iub ATM Backbone Iub Iu (CS & PS) IP/ATM TC P/ IP UE Node B BTS MSC / VLR DMS XA-Core GGSN Shasta OMC-R.

2 Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA Node B Product Family UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Standard Node B Solutions Macro Indoor & Outdoor Compact Distributed Radio Solutions dCompact+ rCompact RRH20 d2U + rCompact UMTS Modules Filters CEM RRH40 rCompact Indoor & Outdoor Multi-Standard BTS (2G/3G) TRDU TRM/MCPA Micro Pico Pico IP CCM dCompact Indoor & Outdoor Single Unit Node B solutions NB: All data in Italic refers to POI Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent d2U Digital Node B Solutions All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 9 .1 Overview 1.

Suburban. Highways. Both provide high capacity.3 Characteristics of Macro BTS Solutions UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· High capacity 4 carriers x 3 sectors 2 carriers x 6 sectors Rx Diversity and Tx Diversity BTS 12020 Large coverage 768 CE (future 1536) High power (Up to 6 MCPAs 45W – 60W) 2100/1900MHz – 900/850 MHz Rural. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 10 . The BTS 6100 family provides an indoor compact solutions with the BTS 6110 and an outdoor compact solution with the BTS 6120. support of high power solution (up to 60W) and full UMTS frequencies range (2100 or 900). They provide Medium Capacity with large coverage solution. The BTS 12000 family supplies an indoor solution with the BTS 12010 and an outdoor solution with the BTS 12020. large coverage. Rooftop Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Urban. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent The Macro BTS solutions are composed of 2 main families.1 Overview 1.

All rights reserved © 2007. the dBTS 4U might also be used to extend the capacity in terms of channel elements. note that the dBTS 6100 can also be associated with a remote part called the rBTS 6100. We will detail this configuration in the coming slides.1. For the digital solution. For Hot spot coverage (high capacity for small coverage). in order to create a macro BTS.4 Extended UMTS BTS Portfolio UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· M e Nod icro B Pico Node B BTS 1120 2 carriers x 1 sector Microcellular coverage (medium range) 128 CEs per carrier Low power (5W per carrier) 2100MHz BTS 1010 1 carrier x 1 sector Picocellular coverage (local area) 80 CEs Very low power (250mW) 2100MHz RRH 2040 2 carriers x 1 sector Macrocellular coverage Cost-effective deployment (CAPEX/OPEX savings) Medium power (40W) 2100 – 900MHz dBTS 2U 2 carriers x 3 sectors (linked to 3 RRH) Macrocellular coverage Cost-effective standalone deployment or in 19” user spaces (CAPEX/OPEX savings) 384 CEs dBTS 6100 2 carriers x 3 sectors (linked to 3 RRH) Macrocellular coverage Very flexible configurations Up to 640 CEs (future 1280) In UA5. From UA5. that can be easily transported in any location thanks to the split of the macro BTS functions into 2 compact cabinets: dBTS + rBTS. Alcatel-Lucent Macro in GSM sites Use with RRH The extension of the BTS portfolio provides a large range of solutions for any situation. The dBTS 6100 can also be used with the RRH. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 11 . meaning that it takes the space of 2 units in a standard BTS user space such as GSM BTS. In the first case. In UA5. To use the maximum power at the antenna connector when high feeder losses are expected (tower). 2 main cases are deployed. Used with Macro BTS.1 Overview 1. digital BTS All rights reserved © 2007. its very low power allows to place the pico BTS close to where people are in building. you can replace the standard BTS solution by the combination of a Remote Radio Head (RRH) and a digital Node B.1.1 compact BTS = dBTS6100 + rBTS6100 Macro in urban/rural Use with RRH Capacity hot spots Coverage cold spots Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance Indoor coverage Indoor capacity Rooftop. It allows to have a cost-effective deployment in existing sites. In the second case. a digital BTS is located in the equipment user space of a dBTS 2U. a digital BTS is located in a compact cabinet. For indoor coverage. you can use the micro Node and its main features which are 128 Channel Elements with a 5W power. office location.

Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 12 . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· 2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 13 .1 BTS Generic Block Diagram UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Sector 1 Sector 2 Sector 3 RF Feeders RF block TX amplification (PA). CCM. GPSAM. which are the frequency dependent modules. Alcatel-Lucent All the boards included in the cabinet (also called FRUs. TRM. RF Modules: DDM and MCPA. coupling Power supply: • . standing for Field Replaceable Unit) can be grouped into two separate groups depending on the role played in the BTS: Digital Modules (housed in the Digital Rack): CEM.48 V DC • AC main Interco module Rx signal Tx signal Digital shelf Iub RNC BTS Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance Network interface Call processing Signal processing Frequency up/down conversion External alarms All rights reserved © 2007. All rights reserved © 2007.

2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Here are some additional physical characteristics: standard E1/T1 connections: up to 8 E1/T1 with drop & insert capability. 1 to 29 g/m3 absolute. optional 16 external alarms with external alarm module. Urban Rural (as OTSR) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 14 . +24V (opt. short-term range is 5% .024 kg water/kg of dry air.). less acoustic noise: sound power is less than 62 dB up to 35 °C.Characteristics 1 · UMTS BTS overview & Architecture Dimension (H x W x D) 165 x 60 x 60 cm 305kg (174kg empty) Power supply DC -48V.90% but shall not to exceed 0. AC plinth (opt. operating range is 5% .) Consumption 923W (U222 @32W toc) Configuration From OTSR configuration up to 6 sectors configuration Up to 88W per sector (120w in the future) E1/T1. – 40.2 BTS 12010-2 Macro Node B Indoor . optional external Lightening Protection (Kit LPPCM).5 to – 57 V DC operational range and up to – 60 V DC for abnormal conditions. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent The BTS 12010-2 (Indoor 2) offers the following benefits: allows front access only. Dense Urban.95% RH. Hybrid Iub Environmental -5°C to +45°C Application High capacity Indoor Ultra Dense Urban. supports connection for external battery for AC version.

Compared to the AC only variant. The main enhancements are: Energy system: rectifiers and DC distribution are located in a rack. the rectifiers (UCPS rack). The AC main power is still required to power the heaters and the maintenance plug. DC -48V (opt. Dense Urban. the battery.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. the RF combiners. no need for extra cabinet. User space: four modules instead of three.3 BTS 12020-2 Macro Node B Outdoor .). the User space (4xU). The battery space houses a DC Connection Block.Characteristics UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Dimension (H x W x D) 150 x 135 x 74 cm 500kg (203kg empty) Power supply AC 110-240V. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 15 . Alcatel-Lucent The 12020-2 cabinet is divided into three parts: the upper compartment comprises the climatic unit. Backup time is 2h (U222 @32W) Configuration OTSR up to 6 sectors Up to 88W (120w in the future) E1/T1. the AC/DC integrates the following changes: The internal batteries are removed. the right compartment includes the functional modules. common with the 18020 GSM/UMTS. the left compartment includes the power amplifiers. and the AC filtering. All rights reserved © 2007. Cooling system: two fans (one for each compartment) instead of one.) Consumption 1131VA (U222 @32W toc) Internal batteries. AC+DC (opt. The rectifiers are replaced by fillers. The DC input voltage range is -40. Hybrid Iub Environmental -40°C to +50°C under solar load 1120W/sqm Application High Capacity Outdoor Ultra Dense Urban. the RF combiners. Urban Rural (as OTSR) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.5 V up to – 57 V.

cabinets Reuse feeders/antennas (900MHz) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 16 .4 Multi-Standard BTS Indoor & Outdoor (indoor shown) UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION Capacity 2G modules Up to 12 TRX with twin TRX Up to 3 sectors 3 carriers Up to 384 CE ( future 768) VALUE Investment protection Capitalize on existing assets No need for new site acquisition UMTS RF Modules TRDU d2U / d4U Same KPIs and features as Macro Node B Easy 3G introduction at minimum cost: module plug-in Additional flexibility with TRDU d2U/d4U can also be connected to RRHs or rCompact Reuse GSM sites.

weight. volume.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 17 . future 1536) Support of rCompact or up to 3 RRHs via optical fiber Re-use of the same UMTS Modules than Macro Node B Can remote power (DC) RRHs or rCompact (shared batteries) VALUE Low footprint.5 dCompact Node B UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION 2U User space Battery Pack (Li-Ion. 30’ max) User ICO + Ext Alarm + LP PCM (opt) AC PSU or DC breaker Space for additional battery back-up (SBS40) Up to 5 CEMs + 1 CCM + 1 optical board Environmental Unit External connections Indoor DC & Outdoor AC (1100x580x656mm) Up to 5 CEM Modules (640 CE. power consumption OPEX and CAPEX reduction Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

volume. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 18 . weight.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2.6 rCompact Node B UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· 2U User space User ICO (opt) Ext Alarm (opt) AC PSU or DC breaker Up to 2 xTRM Up to 3 MCPA or 1 MCPA + Tx Splitter Up to 3 DDM Environmental Unit DESCRIPTION Indoor DC & Outdoor AC (1100x580x656mm) Up to 2 xTRM Modules Up to 3 MCPA 44W output ToC up to 60W (future) Re-use of the same UMTS Modules than Macro Node B VALUE Low footprint. power consumption OPEX and CAPEX reduction External connections Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent 44W output ToC up to 60W (future) Battery back-up shared between cabinets Re-use of the same UMTS Modules than Macro Node B VALUE Reduced footprint. easy to install CAPEX reduction All rights reserved © 2007.7 dCompact + rCompact Node B solution UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· dCompact rCompact DESCRIPTION Indoor DC & Outdoor AC (1100x1200x656mm) Up to 5 CEM (640 CE. future 1536) Up to 2 xTRM Modules Up to 3 MCPA PCM AC Optical DC Batteries Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 19 .2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2.

8 Micro Node B – Overview UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Dimension (H x W x D) 46 x 35 x 19 cm (30l) . Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 20 .25kg Power supply AC 220V Consumption Max 250W for 1 carrier Max 300W for 2 carriers Configuration 1 or 2 carriers 5 W RF per carrier 128 CE per carrier E1/T1 Environmental Outdoor: -33°C to +45°C -33º to +55ºC with fans Application Alternative placements Medium Capacity Indoor/Outdoor Hotspots Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.

5 l . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.cover included) 6kg Power supply AC 110-240V Consumption 70W Configuration 1 carrier Omni 250 mW RF – Local area BS 3GPP class 80 CE – up to 15 HSDPA users (10.7Mbps) E1/T1 (up to 4) Environmental Indoor -5°C to +45°C Natural cooling Application In-building applications Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 21 .9 Pico Node B – Overview UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Dimension (H x W x D) 30 x 45 x 10 cm (13.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· 3 Remote NodeB Architecture Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 22 .

Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 23 . The Remote Radio Head is located on the remote site. transmission amplification with the Power Amplifier (PA) and coupling with the duplexer. The Optical Interface Module (C3OIM) is located inside the UMTS BTS cabinet. Alcatel-Lucent Here is presented the Remote Radio Head (RRH) configuration that is designed for macro-cellular applications. All rights reserved © 2007. RRH is basically a solution where the transceiver. In this particular configuration.3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3. in the Digital shelf. The main functions of the RRH are signal processing.48 V DC • AC main C3OIM Power supply: • . up and down frequency conversion. the main functions of the BTS Digital shelf are network interface and call processing. the Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) and the filter functions are located remotely from the BTS.48 V DC • AC main Iub RNC BTS Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance Rx signal Tx signal External alarms Digital shelf Network interface Call processing All rights reserved © 2007.1 dBTS and RRH Generic Block Diagram UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· No feeder losses ! Sector 1 Sector 2 Sector 3 RF Feeders Signal processing TX amplification (PA) Coupling RRH RRH RRH Power supply: • . The Remote Radio Head solution for UMTS is composed of two modules.

volume. future 768) VALUE Low footprint.. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 24 .2 1400W rectifiers Up to 2 xTRM 3 MCPA Indoor DC & Outdoor AC (1100x580x656mm) Up to 2 xTRM Modules Up to 3 MCPA 44W output ToC up to 60W (future) d2U with up to 3 CEM-U (384 CE. weight. power consumption opex and capex reduction Evolution to digital-Compact + radioCompact for more capacity 3 DDM Environmental Unit External connections Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.2 Compact Node B (d2U in rCompact) UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION d2U Li-ion battery (opt) Ext Alarm (opt) LP PCM or RETA (opt) User ICO (opt) AC Power supply 1.2 Standard NodeB Solution Architecture 3.

iModules UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION Indoor DC 1 iCCM-U (with built-in optical interface) Up to 3 iCEM-U (384 CE) Support of rCompact or up to 3 RRHs via optical fiber VALUE PROPOSITION The d2U is designed to be installed within a BTS user space. It shall be possible to evolve this product to xmodules: up to 3 xCEM128s and 1 gxCCM . or in another equivalent environment.3 d2U Node B . 19 inch rack). 2U 88mm 447mm 251mm 19” 483mm iCEM-U iCCM-U Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. as a standalone product (e.g.3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3. full mixity between xCEM128s/iCEM128s and xCEM128s/gCCM or iCEM128/gxCCM). All rights reserved © 2007.g. Included in a GSM BTS user space or other cabinet compliant with the dBTS 2U specification. Alcatel-Lucent Installation either as: Standalone solution (e. 19'' standard rack). Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 25 .

19 inch rack).xModules UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION Indoor DC 1 CCM-U (i or x) Up to 3 i/xCEM-U (384 CE.g.3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3. Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.4 d2U Node B . as a standalone product (e. or in another equivalent environment. future 768) Support of rCompact or up to 6 RRHs via optical fiber Up to 6 fibers with xCCM-U 2U 88mm 447mm 300mm 19” 483mm i/xCEM-U i/xCCM-U VALUE PROPOSITION The d2U is designed to be installed within a BTS user space. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 26 . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.

5 RRH20-21(2100MHz only) UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· Dimension (H x W x D) 20W – 185W power consumption 50 x 30 x 18 cm (27 l) .3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3.19 kg Power supply AC 100-250V DC -48V Configuration 2 carriers . Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 27 . dCompact Environmental -40°C to +50°C Natural cooling Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.Daisy chain ready Fibre length: few meters -10 Km (future 20km) Supported from any digital Node B: d2U.

6 RRH40-21 (2100MHz. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 28 . AWS)) / RRH40-19 (1900MHz) UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION High power compact RRH 40W – 230W consumption (typ eff >17%) 46 x 25 x 21 cm (24 l) – 19 kg 3 carriers .10 MHz LTE ready Supported from any digital Node B d2U dCompact VALUE Enables UMTS easy roll-out OPEX reduction Alternative Macro Node B solution for UMTS roll-out Light and zero footprint solution Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10985AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 1 · Page 29 .3 Remote NodeB Architecture 3.7 RRH40-08 (850MHz) UMTS BTS overview & Architecture 1· DESCRIPTION High power compact RRH 40W – 280W power consumption 50 x 40 x 17 cm (34 l) – 22 kg 2 carriers Supported from any digital Node B d2U dCompact VALUE Enabler for UMTS850 easy roll-out OPEX reduction Alternative Macro Node B solution for UMTS 850MHz roll-out Zero footprint solution to upgrade 2G sites to UMTS 850 MHz Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

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5 BTS Outdoor 6120 Block 5 Local Maintenance examples Backpanels examples 5.10 Local maintenance for RRH Local maintenance for the 7 CEM/iCEM 8 Local maintenance for 9 the 10 CCM/iCCM 11 Local maintenance 12 for the GPSAM/cGPSAM 13 Local maintenance 14 for the 15 TRM/iTRM 16 Local maintenance 17 for the MCPA Local maintenance 18 for the 19 DDM/DDM-2 20 Local maintenance 21 for the MCA Local maintenance 22 for the GPxOIM Local maintenance 23 for the CxOIM 24 Local maintenance 25 for RRH List of Maintenance26 procedures 27 reference 28 39 30 31 32 33 All rights reserved © 2007.2 Most important modules of Digital Shelf 3 RF Block Shelf General Description Digital 3.1 Digital Shelf: the 4 Modules RF Block 4.2 BTS Indoor 12010 RFBTS Block General 4.7 Local maintenance for the MCA 5. Alcatel-Lucent 5.3 ARCHITECTURE OAM Functions 2 Digital Shelf ARCHITECTURE 2.2 Local maintenance for the CCM/iCCM/xCCM 5.Table of Contents Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Introduction Generic Functions 1 Introduction Continuation Text (see the 1.3 Outdoor 12020 Description Most 4.2 OAM Functions 1.1 Local maintenance for the CEM/iCEM/xCEM Digital Shelf: the 4 Modules 5.9 Local maintenance for the CxOIM UMTS BTS Maintenance 5.2 Most important modules of RF Digital Shelf 4 Backpanels examples 4.4 BTS important Indoor 6110 modules of RF 4. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 5 .6 Local maintenance for the DDM/DDM-2 5.1 RF Block General Description Most important modules ofBlock 3.1 Generic Functions Notes Page) 1.4 Local maintenance for the TRM/iTRM/xTRM 5.3 Local maintenance for the GPSAM/cGPSAM BTS Outdoor and Indoor 5.1 Digital Shelf General Description Page Local Maintenance examples Digital Shelf 2.8 Local maintenance for the GPxOIM Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA All rights reserved © 2007.5 Local maintenance for the MCPA 5.

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Network interface: interface management with the RNC. It is dependent on the technology used on the radio (for example. The call processing function is also in charge of channel set-up and management for the common and dedicated channels. power control. Radio access and modem This includes modulation / demodulation. This function manages the UMTS services and the internal services used for configuration and implementation purposes. handover. frequency up / down-conversion. increasing its rate by adding information calculated from the source data. All rights reserved © 2007. cell management. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 8 . and measurement. This function is in charge of the radio resource management inside the BTS. handover and measurement. amplification.1 Generic Functions Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Call Processing Synchronization Cell management Power control Management of common channels Management of dedicated channels Radio Access and Modem DDDDDDDD 12345678 DDDDDDDD 12345678 Softer Handover Measurement processing Coding Q 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Interleaving Network Interface 01 11 QPSK I 00 2 10 4 01 7 11 3 00 2 10 4 01 7 11 3 00 Modulation 10 Demodulation Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. optional interfaces for enhanced capacity or remote network connectivity.1 Introduction 1. power control. The channel coding algorithm(s) used and the amount of redundancy introduced may be different for the different types of logical channels and different types of data. cell management. Alcatel-Lucent The Node B supports the following basic functions: Call processing: this includes channel setup and management for both common and dedicated channels. Decoding function tries to reconstruct the source information using the redundancy added by the channel coding function to detect or correct possible errors in the received data flow. it can be W-CDMA or TD/CDMA) Iub interface (Interface UMTS BTS): this interface links up the Univity RNC and the Univity BTS Synchronization: to retrieve a highly stable radio frequency from the network interface. in order to allow the detection or correction of signal errors introduced by the transmission medium. Radio channel coding / decoding introduces redundancy into the source data flow. Uu interface (UMTS User interface): this interface is used between the BTS (Univity BTS) and the UE (User Equipment).

… All rights reserved © 2007.1 Introduction 1.) Transmission range (it means through timing information) Doppler shift. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 9 .2 OAM Functions Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Operation and Maintenance Out of order Power supply In service Alarm management Loss of signal Out of memory Threshold crossed Cooling Temperatur e Performance Monitoring Configuration and Supervision TIL Preside NSP GUI Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. satellite. etc. Configuration and Supervision This function is in charge of configuring and supervising the modules which ensure inventory information. State changes usually generate notifications which are stored in the notification log file for investigation purposes. Performance monitoring This function performs measurements on radio channels (current and surrounding cells) and translates these measurements into radio channel quality estimates. reporting and plug & play management. Alcatel-Lucent The Node B supports the following OA&M functions: Operation and Maintenance (see dedicated section further on) Alarm management Event reports are sent by all pieces of equipment to the OAM platform in order to constantly inform the system about the state of the whole network. later on. Measurements may include: Received signal strengths (current and surrounding cells) Estimated bit error ratios (current and surrounding cells) Estimation of propagation environments (high / low-speed. Synchronization status. Two types of even reports must be carefully handled by the OAM system: Hardware anomalies automatically generate alarms which are forwarded up to the Alarm Browser of Preside NSP.

in OTSR configuration only.Channel Element Module (up to 3). Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 10 .1 Introduction 1. 1 Tx-Splitters. Both ports are connected to the UMTS antenna. TRM . Alcatel-Lucent The Digital shelf includes several modules: CCM . Note: Each DDM module has 2 RF ports. GPSAM . CEM . The RF block contains the RF modules: 1 to 3 Multi Carrier Power Amplifiers (MCPA). to the RNC (E1 and ATM/AAL2 capability) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.Transmit/Receive Module (up to 2).Core Controller Module. All rights reserved © 2007. 1 to 3 Dual Duplexer Modules (DDM).3 ARCHITECTURE Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alarm connectivity O&M Bus Digital shelf GPSAM MCA RF block MCPA CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM CEM TRM TRM TRM TRM TRM DDM CCM CCM MCPA DDM MCPA TX Splitter DDM Network Interface: Iub.Global Positioning System and Alarm Module.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 11 .Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· 2 Digital Shelf Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

2 Digital Shelf 2. This module.1 Digital Shelf General Description Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alarm connectivity O&M Bus Digital shelf MCA GPSAM RF block CEM CCM TRM MCPA TX Splitter DDM Network Interface: Iub to the RNC Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. CEM (Channel Element Module): it provides the base-band layer 1 and a subset of the layer 2 Medium Access Control (MAC) functionalities for the UMTS Frequency Domain Duplex (FDD) standard. Note: The MCA (Manufacturing and Commissioning Module) is in charge of storing all commissioning information and collecting users alarms. necessary to GPSAM. TRM (Transmit Receive Module): it provides Digital/Analog and Analog/Digital conversions and radio transceiver functions. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 12 . Alcatel-Lucent The Digital Shelf includes four types of module: CCM (Core Control Module): it provides the control and data routing functions for the BTS family. GPSAM (GPS and Alarm): in charge of the external/internal alarm connectivity and the external synchronization reference interface. is not really a Digital Self module and is not physically located in the Digital Shelf. All rights reserved © 2007.

CEM (Channel Element Module): it provides the base-band layer 1 and a subset of the layer 2 Medium Access Control (MAC) functionalities for the UMTS Frequency Domain Duplex (FDD) standard. GPSAM (GPS and Alarm): in charge of the external/internal alarm connectivity and the external synchronization reference interface. Alcatel-Lucent CCM (Core Control Module): it provides the control and data routing functions for the BTS family. TRM (Transmit Receive Module): it provides Digital/Analog and Analog/Digital conversions and radio transceiver functions.2 Digital Shelf 2. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 13 .2 Most important modules of Digital Shelf Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· CCM Power/ status LEDs Lock Holdover Syn Source Test (ATM) 10 MHz ES Out ES In 8 E1/T1 PCMs Activity PCM status indicators Ethernet port (RJ45) Port 1 (Ethernet) Port 2 (Fast Ethernet) Power/ status LEDs CEM Power/ status LEDs TRM GPSAM Power/ status LEDs Interco link 3 RF outputs (to MCPAs) Interconnection Internal bus External bus Base Ext 1 Ext 2 6 RF Inputs (from DDMs) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 14 . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· 3 RF Block Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 15 . Note The UMTS MCPA can be operated in 30W and 45W modes while maintaining an efficiency of over 12%.3 RF Block 3.1 RF Block General Description Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alarm connectivity Digital shelf : MCA RF block GPSAM : 1 Sector CEM CCM TRM MCPA TX Splitter DDM : Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance : All rights reserved © 2007. Tx Diversity requires one more MCPA per sector. thus feeding the 3 sectors of the BTS. The Tx Splitter is only used in case d OSTR (Omni-directional Tx. All rights reserved © 2007. and the other for the diversity path. The Dual Duplexer Module or DDM consists of a double duplexer LNA chain one for the main path. Sectorized Rx) configuration: in this case. The MCPA exists in 2 frequency variants: 1900 and 2100 MHz. boots the RF signal delivered by the TRM if there is no Tx Diversity. Alcatel-Lucent The RF block consists of 3 separate devices in charge of 3 specific functions: The Multi Carrier Power Amplifier or MCPA. the Tx Splitter divides the RF input signal into 3 equal signals. one MCPA is required per sector.

and the other for the diversity path. The Dual Duplexer Module or DDM consists of a double duplexer LNA chain one for the main path. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent The Multi Carrier Power Amplifier or MCPA. boots the RF signal delivered by the TRM if there is no Tx Diversity.2 Most important modules of RF Block Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· MCPA Tx input 2 Tx input 1 DDM TX input Main Interconnection TX-M RF output ANT ANT Rx1 Rx2 Rx3Rx4 Rx5 Rx6 Rx7Rx8 Power switch Status indicator Power in Data Main antenna Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 16 TX-D . Tx Diversity requires one more MCPA per sector. one MCPA is required per sector.3 RF Block 3.

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Alcatel-Lucent The Digital Shelf consists of four types of module: CCM (Core Control Module) CEM (Channel Element Module) TRM (Transmit Receive Module) GPSAM (GPS and Alarm) The connection of all the modules plugged in the digital rack is carried out through a backplane which is in charge of supporting all internal links between physical modules.4 Backpanels 4. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 18 . All rights reserved © 2007.1 Digital Shelf: the 4 Modules Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· 1 CCM 2 3 4 GPSAM Lock Activity Holdover Syn source 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Reset Debug Reset Debug Tx A Out Tx B Out ICO Tx C Out ATM Port 1 Sync Port 2 10 MHz E1/T1 Rx In ES_Out ES_In Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

power is supplied to the Backplane board from a -48 V dc power supply. 1. Alcatel-Lucent Location of the modules in the Digital shelf of the Univity BTS Oudoor and Indoor 700: The CCMs are located in the slots numbered 5 (active CCM) and 6 (redundant CCM). The TRMs are located in the slots 3. Power is distributed via two feeds: one to a main side (A feed). Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 19 . For a -48 V dc system. 2. If required.4 Backpanels 4. 8. All rights reserved © 2007. numbered 12.3 BTS Indoor 12010 Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 4. another to a redundant side (B feed). 9. and 11 (in this order of priority). The GPSAM is located in the last slot. and 10 (in this order of priority). the GPSAM can be wired to both A and B power feeds for redundancy. The CEMs are located in the slots 7.

4 Backpanels 4. and 11 (in this order of priority). numbered 12. and 10 (in this order of priority). power is supplied to the Backplane board from a -48 V dc power supply. The TRMs are located in the slots 3. another to a redundant side (B feed). 2. If required. Power is distributed via two feeds: one to a main side (A feed). Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 20 . All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent Location of the modules in the Digital shelf of the Univity BTS Oudoor and Indoor 700: The CCMs are located in the slots numbered 5 (active CCM) and 6 (redundant CCM). The CEMs are located in the slots 7. The GPSAM is located in the last slot. 9. the GPSAM can be wired to both A and B power feeds for redundancy. For a -48 V dc system. 8.3 BTS Outdoor 12020 Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 1. 4.

All rights reserved © 2007. 8.4 BTS Indoor 6110 Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 3. 1. The CEM/iCEMs are located in the slots 6. 7. Alcatel-Lucent In the BTS 600 mm version. The GPSAM is located in the last slot. the Digital shelf is a smaller width due to the disappearance of slots 1 and 11 which house CEM 5 and TRM 3 respectively in the Outdoor/Indoor 700. and 9 (in this order of priority). Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 21 . numbered 11.4 Backpanels 4. The TRM/iTRMs are located in the slots 2. and 9 (in this order of priority). 9. Consequently the slot numbers have changed as compared to the 700 mm rack: The CCM/iCCMs are located in the slots numbered 4 (active CCM) and 5 (redundant CCM).

The CEM/iCEMs are located in the slots 6. The GPSAM is located in the last slot. 3. and 9 (in this order of priority). The TRM/iTRMs are located in the slots 2. the Digital shelf is a smaller width due to the disappearance of slots 1 and 11 which house CEM 5 and TRM 3 respectively in the Outdoor/Indoor 700.4 BTS Outdoor 6120 Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 22 . numbered 11. 1. and 9 (in this order of priority). Alcatel-Lucent In the BTS 600 mm version.4 Backpanels 4. All rights reserved © 2007. Consequently the slot numbers have changed as compared to the 700 mm rack: The CCM/iCCMs are located in the slots numbered 4 (active CCM) and 5 (redundant CCM). 7. 8. 9.

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Loosen the two CEM/iCEM front panel screws. 3. Check the state of the LEDs. Depending on the spare release and the OAM release. Locate the faulty CEM/iCEM in the Digital shelf: its red triangular LED is ON. 7. They should go on. Remove the defective CEM/iCEM using the front panel handle. 2. Lock the faulty CEM object at the OMC by Set Administrative State. an intermediary manual upgrade through the TIL might be necessary. then take the following states: red triangular LED OFF and green rectangular LED ON. 8.5 Local Maintenance 5. Upgrade the module if necessary. All rights reserved © 2007. Insert the new CEM/iCEM into the digital shelf in the same slot as the defective CEM. 4. Check the release of the new CEM/iCEM.1 Local maintenance for the CEM/iCEM/xCEM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· iCEM128 iCEM 64-2 iCEM128-2 xCEM Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Tighten the two CEM/iCEM front panel screws. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 24 . 5. 6. Alcatel-Lucent 1.

Depending on the spare release and the OAM software release. 3. 8. All rights reserved © 2007. Connect the E1/T1 connector on the CCM/iCCM front. if necessary. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 25 . Check the state of the LEDs: green PCM LEDs ON and the displays must indicate the PCM synchronization. 7. Disconnect the E1/T1 connector (PCM link) on the CCM/iCCM front. green rectangular LED ON. 2. Loosen the two CCM/iCCM front panel screws. 12.5 Local Maintenance 5. Remove the defective CCM/iCCM using the front panel handle. then take the following states: red triangular LED OFF. Insert the new CCM/iCCM into the digital shelf in the same slot as the defective CCM. 4. Check the MCA module with the TIL. 11. Verify the new CCM/iCCM connector. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Check the new CCM/iCCM release. Upgrade the software. Locate the faulty CCM/iCCM: its red LED is ON. 9. an intermediary upgrade through the TIL can be necessary. Tighten the two CCM/iCCM front panel screws. They should turn on.2 Local maintenance for the CCM/iCCM/xCCM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 10. 6. Check the state of the LEDs. 5.

3 Local maintenance for the GPSAM/cGPSAM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Insert the new GPSAM into the Digital shelf. then take the following states: red triangular LED OFF and green rectangular LED ON. in the Internal Bus slot. Check the state of the LEDs. All rights reserved © 2007. Power up the Digital shelf. 4. 3. 11.5 Local Maintenance 5. Select the Base choice for the three-position switch. Disconnect the Digital cable in front of the GPSAM. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 26 . 9. 10. Tighten the two GPSAM front panel screws. 8. Power down the Digital shelf. They should go on. 6.The GPSAM will go through a power-up sequence. Reconnect the Digital cable to the front of the GPSAM. 5. Loosen the two GPSAM front panel screws. 2. 7. Remove the defective GPSAM using the front panel handle. Locate the faulty GPSAM on the right-hand side of the Digital shelf. Alcatel-Lucent 1.

Insert the new TRM/iTRM into the Digital shelf. the RF cable and the Digital cable. Loosen the two TRM/iTRM front panel screws. 3. 12. Connect the Digital cable to the Interco. Check the state of the LEDs. Locate the faulty TRM/iTRM in the Digital shelf: its red triangular LED is ON.4 Local maintenance for the TRM/iTRM/xTRM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 27 . Upgrade the software. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Check the RF Tx Cabling representation. They should go on. Tighten the two TRM/iTRM front panel screws. Disconnect the following cables from the front of the TRM/iTRM: the RF out port. using an SMA wrench. 10. Check the release of the new TRM/iTRM. 7. All rights reserved © 2007. Lock the faulty TRM object at the OMC by Set Administrative State.5 Local Maintenance 5. 11. 5. an intermediary upgrade might be necessary through the TIL. if necessary. 6. 4. 9. then take the following states: red triangular LED OFF and green triangular LED ON. Reconnect the following cables: the RF out port. Remove the defective TRM/iTRM using the front panel handle. using an SMA torque wrench. 8. the digital cable from the Interco and the RF cable. Depending on the spare release and on the OAM release. 2.

Tighten the four MCPA module front panel screws. In front of the MCPA module. Remove the faulty MCPA module using the front panel handle. using the N wrench. using the Phillips screwdriver. Insert the new MCPA module. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 28 . Alcatel-Lucent 1. Untighten the four MCPA module front panel screws using the Phillips screwdriver. the digital cable to "Data I/O" connector. using an SMA wrench and the N cable that is connected to "Transmitter" connector. 9. In front of the faulty MCPA module. Locate the faulty MCPA module in the cabinet.5 Local Maintenance 5. 10. Check the MCPA LED if the BTS is connected and configured by the network: • the MCPA LED is Green if it is configured to transmit • the MCPA LED is Red as long as it is not configured to transmit All rights reserved © 2007. connect the following cables: the power cable to "Power IN" connector. using an SMA wrench and the N cable to "Transmitter" connector. 7. using the N wrench. 5. Lock the MCPA object at the OMC by Set Administrative State. Check the RF Tx Cabling representation.5 Local maintenance for the MCPA Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Switch OFF "0" the MCPA module. 8. 6. 3. Note: The switch is located on the MCPA module front view. the RF cable that is connected to "RF IN" connector. the RF cable to "RF IN" connector. Check that the switch of the new MCPA module is in the OFF position. Switch ON "1" the MCPA module. 4. Unlock the MCPA object at the OMC by Set Administrative State. 2. the digital cable that is connected to "Data I/O" connector. 11. disconnect the following cables: the power cable that is connected to "Power IN" connector.

Rx connectors. the transmitter cable by using a N wrench (connection with the MCPA module). Untighten the four securing screws on the front panel of the DDM/DDM-2. 14. 2. Rx cables and antenna cables. Locate the following connectors on the DDM/DDM-2 front panel: power/data connector. They should go on then take the following states: red triangular LED OFF and green rectangular LED ON. Extract the defective DDM/DDM-2 with the extraction tool and remove it. 6. Tighten the four securing screws. 13. Disconnect the following cables and connectors from the front panel of the DDM/DDM-2: the power cable (connection with the Interco module). 3. 7. 11. 4. Unlock the DDM object at the OMC by Set Administrative State. the Rx cables by using a SMA wrench (connection with the TRM/iTRM module).5 Local Maintenance 5. Locate the faulty DDM/DDM-2 in the DDM shelf: its red triangular LED is ON. Lock the DDM object at the OMC by Set Administrative State. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 29 . Insert the new DDM/DDM-2.6 Local maintenance for the DDM/DDM-2 Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. the two antenna cables by using a 7/16 wrench (connection with RF bulkheads). Antenna connectors and Transmitter connectors. 10. Reconnect the power/data cable to the new DDM/DDM-2. Locate the following cables from the DDM: power/data cables. 5. Check the state of the TMA LED in front the DDM/DDM-2. Reconnect the following cables and connectors to DDM/DDM-2 front panel: the two antenna cables by using a 7/16 wrench. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 12. Check the state of the DDM/DDM-2 LEDs. 9. All rights reserved © 2007. the Rx cables by using a SMA wrench and the transmitter cable by using a N wrench. Transmitter cables. 8.

254. If the CCM/iCCM has just been replaced.244\MCABackup folder. For this second intervention the MCA backup file is stored on the PC in <default path>\BTS@223. Update the empty MCA. If the MCA backup file is available locate the MCA module. Replace the new MCA module. Save the file on your PC in <Default path>\BTS@223. Update the empty MCA. The number after the IC_APPROVED prefix must be the same as the serial number of the BTS. -The CCM/iCCM has just been replaced.244\MCABackup folder. If the coordinator has to send you the MCA backup file and it is impossible to obtain it quickly. Connect the three connectors. Locate the MCA modules. Replace the new MCA module. create a MCA back up file. Alcatel-Lucent -The CCM/iCCM is not faulty and was not replaced. Disconnect the three connectors. If the CCM/iCCM is not faulty and was not replaced.5 Local Maintenance 5. Connect the three connectors. Replace the new MCA module. Unplug the MCA module. Unplug the MCA module. -During the first site intervention.254. When you receive the file : Check the name of the file. Close the door(s).7 Local maintenance for the MCA Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. before proceeding. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 30 . The number after "IC_APPROVED_" prefix must be the same as the serial number of the BTS. If it is not possible to receive the file quickly. you should leave the site and come back when you have the appropriate MCA backup file. Disconnect the three connectors. The <Default path> is the path defined when you executed the TIL procedure. ask the coordinator to send the most recent MCA backup file. the MCA backup file was necessary but it was impossible to obtain it quickly.254. you should leave the site and come back when you have the appropriate MCA backup file.

11. red triangular LED OFF and green rectangular LED ON • On the C2OIM/C3OIM. They should turn on. 8. Disconnect the two/three optical fibers from the C2OIM/C3OIM front panel. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 2. Screw the two GPxOIM front panel screws. Unlock from the OMC the objects previously locked through 15. Insert the new GPxOIM into the digital shelf. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 31 . Select the "Base" position for the three-position switch on the GPxOIM front panel. 12. 5. 13.5 Local Maintenance 5. Locate the faulty GPxOIM on the right-hand side of the Digital shelf: its red triangular LED is ON. 4. Extract the C2OIM or the C3OIM from the GPxOIM mechanics using the extraction tool. 6. then take the following states: • On the GPxOIM. All rights reserved © 2007. 14.8 Local maintenance for the GPxOIM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 9. Unscrew the two front panel screws located at the top and at the bottom of the 50 mm GPxOIM mechanics. Reconnect the digital cable on the GPxOIM front panel. 7. 10. Screw the two C2OIM/C3OIM front panel screws. Disconnect the digital cable ("Internal Bus" connector) from the GPxOIM front panel. Remove the defective GPxOIM. Unscrew the two C2OIM/C3OIM front panel screws. 3. Check the state of the LEDs. Tx Act and Rx Act green LEDs ON . Re-insert the C2OIM or the C3OIM into the GPxOIM mechanics.

7. Locate the faulty C2OIM/C3OIM on the right-hand side of the Digital shelf: its red triangular LED is ON. then take the following state: Tx Act and Rx Act green LEDs ON All rights reserved © 2007. Disconnect the two/three optical fibers from the C2OIM/C3OIM front panel. 3. Unscrew the two C2OIM/C3OIM front panel screws. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 32 . Unlock the optical links objects at the OMC. They should turn on. Extract the defective C2OIM/C3OIM from the GPxOIM mechanics using the extraction tool. 2. 9. 4. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 10.5 Local Maintenance 5. Reconnect the two/three optical fibers on the C2OIM/C3OIM front panel.9 Local maintenance for the CxOIM Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Screw the two C2OIM/C3OIM front panel screws. Check the state of the LEDs on the C2OIM/C3OIM front panel. 8. Lock the optical links objects at the OMC by Set Administrative State. 6. Insert the new C2OIM/C3OIM into the GPxOIM mechanics. 5.

5 Local Maintenance 5. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 33 . Alcatel-Lucent Preliminary operations • Check that the LED of service door is off • Disconnect all the external cables (optic ports. etc. radio ports.) • Put the handle on the body and screw the four M8 screw with the handle Removal of the RRH • Put the handle on the body and screw the four M8 screw with the handle • Unscrew the eight M8 hex screw on the mounting kit • Extract the RRH and remove it Reinsertion of the RRH • Put a new RRH on the mounting kit • Screw the eight M8 hex screw on the mounting kit • Connect all the external cables on the RRH • Remove the handle Additional operations • Check that the LED of service door is "ON" The procedure is completed All rights reserved © 2007.10 Local maintenance for RRH Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

11 List of Maintenance procedure references Maintenance for UMTS BTS 2· BTS 1010 serie (pico) BTS 1020 Routine Maintenance NN-20500-014 NN-20500-054 NN-20500-055 NN-20500-104 NN-20500-105 NN-20500-008 NN-20500-010 NN-20500-107 BTS 1120 serie (micro) BTS 1120 HW Preventive Maintenance BTS 1120 HW Corrective Maintenance BTS 6100 serie (Compact) dBTS 6100 Routine Maintenance dBTS 6100 Troubleshooting Corrective Maintenance BTS 12000 serie (Macro) BTS 12010 Routine Maintenance BTS 12020 Routine Maintenance RRH RRH 2020 Maintenance Guide Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10986AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 2 · Page 34 . radio ports. Alcatel-Lucent Preliminary operations • Check that the LED of service door is off • Disconnect all the external cables (optic ports.) • Put the handle on the body and screw the four M8 screw with the handle Removal of the RRH • Put the handle on the body and screw the four M8 screw with the handle • Unscrew the eight M8 hex screw on the mounting kit • Extract the RRH and remove it Reinsertion of the RRH • Put a new RRH on the mounting kit • Screw the eight M8 hex screw on the mounting kit • Connect all the external cables on the RRH • Remove the handle Additional operations • Check that the LED of service door is "ON" The procedure is completed All rights reserved © 2007.5 Local Maintenance 5. etc.

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9 External Battery Cabinet External Battery Cabinet 2 Cooling System 2.Table of Contents Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Power Supply System AC Power 1 Power SupplyPlinth System 1.3 Fan Tray Blowers of the iDACS 2.4 iDACS Control BoardBoard 2.5 DC Power System System Shelf 1.1 AC Power Plinth Filtering Box 1. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 5 .6 SinglePower Power Control Module Single Control Module 1.2 Filtering AC Box Breaker Rectifier 1.8 Power Filter Module Power Filter Module 1.1 Interconnection Module iDACS Control Board 3.2 PCM protection module Indoor Cooling module Unit 3.3 Alarm 2 protection Mono Cooling Unit (MCU) 3.5 iDACS Control Fan Tray 2.4 iDACSAC AC Breaker Breaker DC Power Shelf 1.6 Indoor 2 Cooling Unit 3 Optional iDACS Equipments 3.3 Rectifier AC Breaker iDACS 1.4 The TMA Page Optional Equipments Interconnection Module 7 8 PCM protection module 9 Alarm protection module 10 The TMA 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.7 Rectifier Rectifier 1. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.1 Blowers of the iDACS Cooling System 2.

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Loosen the two rectifier front panel screws. Check the state of the LED. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 8 . 5. 4. 2. Alcatel-Lucent 1. It should go on.1 AC Power Plinth Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 6.1 Power Supply System 1. 7. Insert the new rectifier in the rectifier shelf of the ac plinth. Switch off the rectifier. then take the following state: green LED ON All rights reserved © 2007. 3. Switch on the rectifier. Locate the faulty rectifier: its green LED is OFF. Remove the defective rectifier using the front panel handle.

Disconnect all the cables of the filtering box: the ground cable at the bottom of the filtering box (use 3. 2. Tighten the two securing screws located at the top of the filtering box. 6. 4. Insert the new filtering box in its place. Power down the customer ac. Extract the defective filtering box with the handle and remove it. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 9 . 5. the open wrench) and the MCA internal alarm cable located below the plug (use the flat screwdriver).2 Filtering Box Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Loosen the two screws located at the top of the filtering box (use the Philips screwdriver for example). Reconnect the following cables: the ground cable and the MCA internal alarm cable Power on the AC differential breaker.1 Power Supply System 1. Alcatel-Lucent 1. All rights reserved © 2007. 7.

8. Tighten the two screws on the back of rectifier ac breaker which maintain the two rectifier ac breaker cables. All rights reserved © 2007. Remove gently the ac distribution module. 4. 7. Loosen the two screws on the front of rectifier ac breaker. Loosen the six screws on the front of ac distribution module. 6. 9. Insert gently the ac distribution module in the BTS Outdoor. Tighten the two screws on the front of rectifier ac breaker. Remove the rectifier ac breaker. Power down the BTS Outdoor. 5. 10. 13. Tighten the six screws on the front of ac distribution module.1 Power Supply System 1. Power up the BTS Outdoor. Alcatel-Lucent Locate the rectifier ac breaker with a blue rocker. Connect the two rectifier ac breaker cables. 12. 11. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 10 . 3. 14.3 Rectifier AC Breaker Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Insert the new rectifier ac breaker. Disconnect the two rectifier ac breaker cables. 1. 2. Loosen the two screws on the back of rectifier ac breaker which maintain the two rectifier ac breaker cables.

Insert gently the ac distribution module in the BTS Outdoor. Tighten the six screws on the front of ac distribution module. 12. Disconnect the two iDACS ac breaker cables. 15. 13. 11. 10.1 Power Supply System 1. Loosen the six screws on the front of ac distribution module.4 iDACS AC Breaker Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 6. 9. 8. Remove gently the ac distribution module. Remove the iDACS ac breaker. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Insert the new iDACS ac breaker. Tighten the two screws on the back of iDACS ac breaker which maintain the two iDACS ac breaker cables. 14. 3. Connect the two iDACS ac breaker cables. 5. Power up the BTS Outdoor. Loosen the two screws on the back of iDACS ac breaker which maintain the two iDACS ac breaker cables. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 11 . Power down the BTS Outdoor. 7. Loosen the two screws on the front of iDACS ac breaker. Locate the iDACS ac breaker with a yellow rocker. Tighten the two screws on the front of iDACS ac breaker. 4. 2.

Perform the operations for return to service. Tighten. 2. Using the rectifier/filler handle and the SPCM handle. Insert one rectifier or filler on the right-hand side of the dc power system shelf and secure it with the two front panel screws. disconnect the thermal probe connector and the alarm bus cable. At the front of the SPCM. 6. 12. Remove it. 13. reconnect: the thermal probe connector and the alarm bus cable. with a wrench. 10. Power down the BTS. 8. Replace all the rectifiers/fillers and secure them with the two front panel screws. replace the dc power system shelf in the BTS. On the SPCM. Locate the dc power system shelf. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 12 . the four nuts securing the dc power system shelf to the BTS. 14. Lift the dc power system shelf using the handles of the remaining rectifiers/fillers and of the SPCM. 11.5 DC Power System Shelf Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Insert the new empty dc power system shelf. 5.1 Power Supply System 1. remove the four nuts securing the dc power system shelf to the BTS. Loosen the two front panel screws of all the rectifiers (or fillers) and remove them except for the one located on the right-hand side: it will be useful to have the handles of this rectifier to remove the dc power system shelf. 4. 3. 9. Using an open wrench. 7. Alcatel-Lucent 1. All rights reserved © 2007.

red SPCM Fail. then take the following states: green LED ON. Open either of the following: • the doors of the BTS Outdoor • the ac plinth door of the BTS Indoor • the right-hand side door of the BTS Street 2. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Thermal Probe Fail. Reconnect the two connectors. Close either of the following: • the doors of the BTS Outdoor • the ac plinth door of the BTS Indoor All rights reserved © 2007. 3. Insert the new SPCM. They should go on. 4. Remove the defective SPCM using the front panel handle. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 13 .6 Single Power Control Module Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. and CEATS LEDs OFF 7. 5. Disconnect the two connectors at the front of the SPCM: Bus alarm and Thermal probe. REC Fail.1 Power Supply System 1. Check the state of the LEDs. 6. Loosen the two SPCM front panel screws.

Remove the defective rectifier using the front panel handle. Check the state of the LED. It should go on. Switch on the rectifier. 6. Loosen the two rectifier front panel screws. 3.7 Rectifier Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Switch off the rectifier. 2. then take the following state: green LED ON. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 14 . Insert the new rectifier in the dc power system shelf. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 4.1 Power Supply System 1. 7. 5. Locate the faulty rectifier: its green LED is OFF.

8 Power Filter Module Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 15 .1 Power Supply System 1. 4. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 2. Tighten the securing screw. All rights reserved © 2007. Extract the PFM. Insert the new PFM. Loosen the securing screw of the PFM panel. 3.

Remove the cover from the ac box.9 External Battery Cabinet Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 3.1 Power Supply System 1. Insert the cover. 14. 12. Disconnect the two alarm wires and mark them. Tighten the eight screws securing the cover of the ac box. 11. 8. Remove the eight screws securing the cover of the ac box. 10. Connect the ac cables on the new breaker following the marks. 9. All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 16 . 15. Switch off the mains at the operator box level for the battery cabinet. Insert the new ac breaker. Disconnect the ac cables from the breaker and mark them. 2. 13. 5. Switch on the mains at the battery cabinet level: ac breaker to ON. Connect the two alarm wires on the new breaker following the marks. Remove the ac breaker. 4. 7. Alcatel-Lucent How to replace the ac breaker of the external battery cabinet 1. 6. Unscrew the ac breaker from the ac box front face. Tighten the screws securing the ac breaker to the ac box. Switch on the mains at the operator box level. Switch off the mains at the battery cabinet level: ac breaker to OFF.

the cables two by two: one black and one blue at the same time. from the breaker. 13. 14. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Switch off the ac breaker of the battery cabinet. 11. 5. 2. Reconnect the blue wires (+) to each battery.] Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· How to replace the dc breaker of the external battery cabinet Switch to notes view! 1. Screw the holding panel to the battery cabinet. Disconnect and locate. Unscrew the breaker itself. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 17 . 3.9 External Battery Cabinet [cont. Disconnect and insulate the blue wire (+) from each battery. 9. Reconnect the alarm wires to the new breaker. 12. Switch off the dc breaker of the battery cabinet. Screw the breaker to its holding panel.1 Power Supply System 1. Switch on the dc breaker of the battery cabinet. 6. 10. Switch on the ac breaker of the battery cabinet. Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 4. Disconnect the two alarm wires. Reconnect the dc cables to the new breaker. 7. 8. Unscrew the holding panel the breaker.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 18 .Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· 2 Cooling System Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

reconnect the ac connector. Remove the defective blowers. Open the iDACS. 8. 12. Remove the stiffener located at the middle of the iDACS. 3. On the right-hand side of the iDACS. Insert the new blowers. 6. 13. 11. Lift the iDACS by the handles located on each side of the iDACS. On the left-hand side of the iDACS. reconnect the two connectors. 1. On the right-hand side. On the left-hand side.2 Cooling System 2. Alcatel-Lucent Switch off the iDACS circuit breaker on the dc power system shelf. Remove the four screws. Close the iDACS. Check the state of the LEDs of the iDACS: the eight LEDs light up in normal operation. two on each side. disconnect the two connectors. retaining the iDACS to the BTS. 5. Replace the stiffener. 16. Put the iDACS in the BTS and secure it with the four screws (two on each side).1 Blowers of the iDACS Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 15. All rights reserved © 2007. 7. remove it from the BTS and put it on the floor or on a table. Switch on the iDACS circuit breaker on the dc power system shelf. 4. 2. 14. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 19 . disconnect the AC connector. 9. 10.

Pull the fan tray to remove it. Remove one door of the cabinet. 6. Remove the filter by pulling it. Reconnect the Alarm/Power connector and tighten the two screws. Using the wrench. Put back the door. 11. remove the four screws retaining the fan tray. 3. Place the new fan tray in the cabinet. 2. Alcatel-Lucent 1. All rights reserved © 2007. Locate the fan tray. 13. 7. Switch on the cabinet. Loosen the two screws retaining the Alarm/Power connector and disconnect it. two on each side. 8.2 Cooling System 2. 4. 12. Switch off the cabinet. 5.3 Fan Tray Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 10. Tighten the four screws retaining the fan tray to the cabinet. 9. Install the filter. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 20 . two on each side.

On the left-hand side of the iDACS. 3. reconnect the two connectors. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 21 . disconnect the AC connector. On the left-hand side. 4. 9. 12. 10. two on each side. Replace the stiffener. Switch on the iDACS circuit breaker on the dc power system shelf. Remove the four screws.4 iDACS Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 8. reconnect the ac connector. 6. 2. All rights reserved © 2007. Lift the iDACS by the handles located on each side of the iDACS and remove it from the BTS. 7. 11. Place the new iDACS in the BTS and secure it with the four screws (two on each side). Switch off the iDACS circuit breaker on the dc power system shelf. securing the iDACS to the BTS. Remove the stiffener located in the middle of the iDACS.2 Cooling System 2. On the right-hand side. On the right-hand side of the iDACS. Check the state of the LEDs of the iDACS: the eight LEDs light up in normal operation. disconnect the two connectors. 5.

8. Reconnect all the cables from the iDACS control board following the marks. 12. All rights reserved © 2007. Tighten the eight screws of the case which contains the iDACS control board. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 22 . 1. Stick the label on the iDACS case for modify the product reference code (PEC code). Remove the defective iDACS control board. Remove the iDACS. 4. Insert the new iDACS control board.2 Cooling System 2. Disconnect all the cables from the iDACS control board and mark them.5 iDACS Control Board Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 9. This case is situated on the side of the iDACS. Alcatel-Lucent Locate the iDACS control board. Loosen the eight screws of the case which contains the iDACS control board. Power up the BTS Outdoor. Tighten the six screws which maintain the iDACS control board in the case. 10. 11. 14. 16. Power down the BTS Outdoor. Loosen the six screws which maintain the iDACS control board in the case. Insert the iDACS. 13. 15. Install the iDACS control board case in the iDACS. 5. 3. 6. Remove the iDACS control board case. 7. 2.

Switch on the Cooling Unit breaker. 5. Switch off the Cooling Unit breaker. The LEDs are gone out. 18. Switch on the Cooling Unit breaker. 14. 3. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 23 . The LEDs are gone on. Remove the protection panel. 12. Tighten the four ICU screws. 19. 6. All rights reserved © 2007. Insert the new ICU towards the front. 15. Tighten the two protection panel screws. The LEDs are lit. Connect the three connectors at the left. Alcatel-Lucent 1.2 Cooling System 2. 17. 10. 13. 11. 8. Disconnect the three connectors at the left. 7. Loosen the four ICU screws. Replace the protection panel.6 Indoor 2 Cooling Unit Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 16. 2. Disconnect the ground cable. Remove the ICU. Loosen the two protection panel screws. Connect the ground wiring. 9. Check the LED are gone off. 4.

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12. 8. 11. 6. 14. Insert the new Interconnection module. 10. 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 25 . Remove the defective Interconnection module. All rights reserved © 2007. 5. 4. Loosen the eight front panel screws. Tighten the eight front panel screws. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 7. Reconnect all cables in front of the module following the marks. Mark then disconnect the three cables from the DC power bus bar unscrewing the nuts. 9. Mark then disconnect all cables from D-sub and RJ45 front pannel connectors. Mark then remove all cables in front of the module. Change the Interconnection module by the new one and check the fuses are in place. Reconnect the three cables to the DC power bus bar screwing the nuts and following the marks. 3. Locate the faulty Interconnection module. Power down an BTS Outdoor.3 Optional Equipments 3. Reconnect all cables to D-sub and RJ45 front pannel connectors following the marks. 13. Power up an BTS Outdoor.1 Interconnection Module Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

Then reconnect manually the external cable under the cabinet to the bulkhead.3 Optional Equipments 3. Reconnect the cables Inside view (Univity BTS Outdoor)or Bulkhead below view (Univity BTS Mono). Remove the cables in front of the PCM protection module. 5. All rights reserved © 2007. Remove the defective PCM protection module. Keep care of the joint and the small board for reconnecting the cable. Alcatel-Lucent 1.2 PCM protection module Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Note: For the BTS Mono the In PCM cable is part of the module. so put the connector in place inside the cabinet with the joint and the small board and tighten the four screws. Note: For the BTS Mono the In PCM cable is part of the module. 6. Locate the PCM protection module in the cabinet. Insert the new PCM protection module into the cabinet. Mark then disconnect the PCM cables Inside view (Univity BTS Outdoor) or Bulkhead below view (Univity BTS Mono). Loosen the two front panel screws. Reconnect the cables. Then remove the connector after loosing the four screws from inside the cabinet. 4. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 26 . 8. 7. 2. 9. Tighten the two front panel screws. 3. so disconnect manually the external cable under the cabinet from the bulkhead.

2. 3. 7. Unscrew the connection of the first cable.In case of Indoor 2 tighten the two front panel screws. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 27 .2 PCM protection module [cont. 10.] Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. All rights reserved © 2007.3 Optional Equipments 3. Locate the PCM protection module on the top of the frame. Mark all the cables and isolate them. 6. Alcatel-Lucent 1. Unscrew the two nuts on the PCM protection module. Unscrew the following cables one by one. Reconnect all the cables on the PCM protection module following the marks. 4. Insert the new PCM protection module. Mark the position of its first cable on the PCM protection module and isolate it with the adhesive tape. 5. 8. Extract the defective PCM protection module. In case of Indoor 600/700 screw the two nuts on the PCM protection module. 9.

Loosen the two front panel screws. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 28 .3 Alarm protection module Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. 3. 5. Alcatel-Lucent 1. 7. Tighten the two front panel screws. Insert the new alarm protection module into the cabinet. 9. Remove the cables in front of the alarm protection module. Remove the defective alarm protection module. Bulkhead top view (Univity BTS Indoor ). Remove the connector from the bulkhead and undo the wiring Bulkhead top view (Univity BTS Indoor ) 4. Reconnect the cables.hand side in the BTS Outdoor. 8. All rights reserved © 2007. Reconnect the two connectors to the bulkhead and do the wiring. 2.3 Optional Equipments 3. 6. Locate the alarm protection module in the cabinet: on the right-hand side of the MCPA shelf for the BTS Indoor and in the bottom half of the left.

Perform the installation of an eyelet terminal to ground cable. 9. the two flat wasters. Tighten the four nuts to firmly anchor the TMA to the support plate. 2. 14. 16. Locate at the bottom TMA the ground port. 11. Disconnect the four RF cables by untightening the RF connectors to the TMA with a torque wrench. Remove the protection caps on the four connectors. 7. Remove the screw. append the new TMA module and fixed it to side support with the all four screws. Tighten the grounding cable with 13mm wrench. On the support plate. 5. Check the VSWR LEDs (VSWR thresholds) on the DDM. 8. 10. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10987AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 3 · Page 29 . unscrew the four screws on support side by using a philips screwdriver. 12.4 The TMA Auxiliary Equipments Maintenance examples 3· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Take care not to loose items during the removal. and the split waster. setting the maximum torque to value recommended by the supplier of the 7/16 male connector. 18. Connect the ground cable to the TMA by assembling the following components in the order shown: • flat waster • Eyelet terminal • Flat washer • Split washer • hexagonal nut 13. 17. Tighten the RF connectors to the TMA with a torque wrench. Untighten the four nuts which firmly anchor the TMA to support plate and remove the faulty TMA module.The TMA is installed with all connections completed. Locate the faulty TMA. DIV: BTS and ANT. Disconnect the ground cable by untightening the nut to the TMA with a 13mm wrench. Locate the four RF ports (MAIN: BTS and ANT. Connect the RF cables to the TMA. All rights reserved © 2007. 4.3 Optional Equipments 3. the ground port. 3. Ensure that the other end of cable is connected to an efficient grounding point. 15. Lock all sectors at the OMC by Set Administrative State (if the BTS is operational and connected to the OMC). Alcatel-Lucent 1. 6. Locate at the bottom of the TMA.

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1.1 Indicators Meaning Overview
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Meaning Sleep, unpowered or not inserted Power up self-test (BIST) running Module is active Partially faulty Alarm state: module may be removed Waiting for Boot

Unlit LED Flashing LED

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All BTS digital modules have the same two indicators (LEDs) on the upper part of the front face to facilitate on-site maintenance. The indicators are different shapes and a uniform design across all modules in order to reduce the risk of human error. This table gives the description, combinations and states of the red LED and the green LED for each module inside the BTS Digital shelf.

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Meaning
SYNC

Reset

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Port 2 PCM1 PCM3 PCM5 PCM7 PCM2 PCM4 PCM6 PCM8 Activity Port 1

PCM link number synchronizing

F I L L E R

LED Color Green Red

PCM link status OK Alarm Tri-state

Waiting for Boot
10 MHz ES OUT

Amber
PCM E1/T1

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TMA TMA

D M

Red Green

Meaning Sleep, unpowered or not inserted DC/DC failure Power up self-test (BIST) running Module is active Alarm state: module may be removed

VSWR thresholds VSWR < 2:1

Orange LED OFF

Red LED OFF

Meaning

Normal: good adaptation

2:1 < VSWR < 3:1 VSWR < 3:1

ON

OFF

Abnormal: light adaptation

ON

ON

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This public IP address can be fixed or dynamically assigned by a DHCP server. This debug port has the same hard-coded IP address. An IP aliasing mechanism allows the user to define several IP addresses on this same interface.1 TIL connection to iCCM/xCCM OAM & TIL 4· ICCM Reset Active iCCM SYNC Passive iCCM or filler PCM2 PCM4 PCM6 PCM8 PCM1 PCM3 PCM5 PCM7 Activity Port 1 Ethernet (Port 1) Fast Ethernet (Port 2) Port 2 F I L L E R 10 MHz ES_In TIL Terminal IP over ATM interface RNC PCM E1/T1 TIL Terminal LAN/WAN Network connection Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.2 TIL 2. The TIL Terminal access is via the RNC to the BTS iCCM. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 12 . TIL Network connection: The network connection is only applicable for an BTS in a live UMTS network. This connection is either remote (called network connection) or local (called peer-to-peer connection). on the IP-over-ATM interface. The iRNC acts as a router for the IP messages. if the IP address of the iCCM changes between two TIL connections. Note that the TIL does not handle dynamic IP address allocation of the iCCM: i. It is factory designed and is independent of the iCCM.e. All rights reserved © 2007. Thus the TIL user always knows the IP address used to access the iCCM for a peer-to-peer connection. TIL peer-to-peer connection: The TIL terminal is directly connected to the iCCM module on the Ethernet debug port 10/100 BaseT. The TIL user has to know the public IP address of the iCCM module. TIL operator has to know the new IP address of the iCCM for the subsequent connection. Alcatel-Lucent Peer-to-peer connection The TIL Terminal is connected via a TCP/IP connection to the active iCCM.

Execute step 2 displayed on the TIL Applet page. enter the following address: for peer-to-peer connections: http://223.InstallShield Wizard installation.exe file located in the directory that you have selected. Execute step 4 displayed on the TIL Applet page (Restart your web browser). Grant the TIL applet to be executed. The Java Web Start window appears. Double-click on the j2re-1_4_0_03-windows-i586-i.exe file located in the directory that you have selected. Installing the certificate ensures that the origin of the computer is known and protects the software after its installation. Execute step 1 displayed on this page. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 13 . Double-click on the javaws-1_0_1_04-windows-i586-i. How to sign and install the Java applet : Signing and installing the Java applet ensures that the origin of the applet can be verified and that it has not been modified since it was signed.254. In the web browser URL field.244/til/index. How to install the Java plug-in : The TIL requires installing the Java plug-in for the first time.254. The Java Plug-in Security Warning window appears.2 TIL 2. enter the BTS IP address http://your_CCM_IP_address/til/index. The Java 2 Runtime Environment . Alcatel-Lucent How to install the security certificate : A security certificate must be installed during the first use of the TIL tool.2 Installation of the TIL tools OAM & TIL 4· Installation of the security certificate Installation of the Java Plug-in Sign and Install the Java applet Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Execute instructions displayed on this window to complete the Java Web Start Setup: License Agreement installation. All rights reserved © 2007. Open the web browser: MS Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.html for remote connections. Execute instructions displayed on this window to complete the Java 2 Runtime Environment .InstallShield Wizard window appears.html Wait until the TIL Applet page appears.

Click OK to confirm the login.html Enter the user name and password.] OAM & TIL 4· http://iCCM_IP@/til/index. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 14 .244/til/index.html User Name Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.2 TIL 2. All rights reserved © 2007.254.2 Installation of the TIL tools [cont. enter the BTS IP address http://your_CCM_IP_address/til/index. otherwise click CANCEL to quit the Security login window.254.html for remote connections. The TIL main window opens. enter the following address: for peer-to-peer connections: http://223. Alcatel-Lucent How to start the TIL tool: In the web browser URL field.

CEM. File Found or Config File Not Found • Freq. Alcatel-Lucent TIL main window : All the boards present in the cabinet are displayed in their correct positions inside the digital shelf. The front panels indicate the type of board (TRM. The TIL main window has the following items: a title. Band 2100 or 1900 Software reference : • BTS software release BTS packaging including racksize User label Site including : • Site location • Unit • Floor • Row Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 15 .2 TIL 2. and GPSAM) and its elements (LEDs). that corresponds to the IP address of the BTS a main menu bar BTS digital shelf display information about the connected BTS All rights reserved © 2007. CCM/iCCM.3 TIL main window OAM & TIL 4· TIL main menus I Graphical View I I I I Connection to OMC-B or Not connected to OMC-B : • Config.

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LED indications on CxCOIM : SB (standby) Orange/Green : the board is in cold stdby/providing service AS (Administrative State) Orange/Green : the board is locked/Unlocked AL (Alarm) Green : No alarms in the board Red : At least one alarm in the board Black : Hardware fault White : no RRH connected Tx and Rx (Status of the optical link between the RRH and the CxOIM) Green : Optical Tx ON. Laser is powered white : Optical Tx OFF. Laser is unpowered LED indications on RRH : SB (standby) Orange/Green : RRH is in cold stdby / providing service AS (Administrative State) Orange/Green : RRH is locked/Unlocked AL (Alarm) Green : No alarms in the board Red : alarm sent to the BTS Black : Hardware fault White : no RRH connected Tx and Rx (Status of the optical link between the RRH and the CxOIM) Green : Optical Tx ON. Laser is powered White : Optical Tx OFF/ Laser is unpowered
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Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 21 .2 TIL 2.3 TIL main window dBTS2U (+RRH) : iCCM-U + iCEM-U [cont. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.3 TIL main window dBTS2U (+RRH) : iCCM-U + iCEM-U [cont.2 TIL 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 22 .] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent The Connection menu allows you to manage the BTS connections/disconnections and to quit the TIL tool . Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 23 .4 TIL main menu bar . The Connection menu contains the following items: Connect to BTS Disconnect from BTS Exit All rights reserved © 2007.2 TIL 2.Connection menu OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.

The Global Inventory File allows you to obtain data of the BTS modules. The Files menu contains the following items: Global Inventory File .5 TIL main menu bar . Alcatel-Lucent The Files menu allows you to display the information relative to the BTS configuration. Global Report File .Files menu OAM & TIL 4· ECU MCPA1 MCPA2 or TX splitter MCPA3 Digital 1 : iCCM Digital 2 : CEM Digital 3 : CEM Digital 4 : CEM/TRM2 Digital 5 : TRM1 Digital 6 : GPSAM DDM 1 DDM 2 DDM 3 ADU Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance Internal batteries UCPS All rights reserved © 2007.2 TIL 2.The Global Report File is used to create the report file. Config File . All rights reserved © 2007. and/or to save this information.The Config File is used to check the content of the configuration file data. The Global Inventory File Reading Result window opens. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 24 .

RncId.] OAM & TIL 4· Observations Counter's value Start of high threshold crossing End of high threshold crossing End of low threshold crossing Start of low threshold crossing Alarm start Time Alarm end Threshold crossing detection for preventive maintenance Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.5 TIL main menu bar . Alcatel-Lucent The Download PM File(s) command allows downloading and displaying the content of performance files accumulated in the "/pmfs" directory on the ram. The EEC Logs file command allows downloading Enhanced Error Collection (EEC) logs stored in the "/eec" directory on the ram of the BTS master (i)CCM.. are created for each PM module.) the list of spreadingcodes used the list of scramblingcodes used the number of active UEs the cells configuration ("Radio-Database": CellId. ScramblingCode.). corresponding to performance counters data collected from drivers and slave boards for a duration of 48 hours. The IMT logs command allows downloading and saving BTS Maintenance Tool (IMT) logs generated by the active (i)CCM board. A maximum of 48 performance files.. TCell. PSCH.. The FLR Logs file command allows retrieving and displaying Frame Loss Ratio (FLR) logs generated by the active (i)CCM board. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 25 . All rights reserved © 2007. The Radio Debug command allows displaying information regarding the radio configuration (radio logs). Fach. list of Vccs.Files menu [cont.2 TIL 2.. including: the list of channels which are on air (Rach. all powervalues. AICH. UL/DLFrequency¼) the Link configuration (ATM parameter.

2 TIL 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 26 . It is not possible for a download to begin from the TIL if another download is already in progress from the OMC-B and vice versa Activation only The Activation only sub-command allows you to activate the new software. All rights reserved © 2007. Activation and BTS reset The Activation and BTS Reset sub-command allows you to activate the new software and then to reset the BTS. The Software Upgrade includes the following sub-commands: New software Download Activation only Activation and BTS reset New software Download The New software Download sub-command allows you to download a new software load onto the BTS.6 TIL main menu bar .Tools menu OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent The Software Upgrade command allows upgrading a BTS from one software release to the current network release in local mode (direct connection to the CCM/iCCM).

Board Reset The Board Reset command allows you to reset all the system boards or a particular board.] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. CCM/iCCM. Alcatel-Lucent BTS reset The BTS reset command allows you to reset the BTS. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 27 . To reset a specific board using the TIL. TRM/iTRM/xTRM or RRH (if the BTS is connected to some RRHs).2 TIL 2. the Confirm the reset window opens and displays a warning message indicating that the reset process can disturb the normal operation of the BTS. The default value is CCM/iCCM. The TIL must be reconnected after this reset (see Connect to BTS). All Boards in Digital Shelf: this option allows you to reset all the boards of the BTS digital shelf All Boards of the selected type: this option allows you to reset one particular type of board listed in the pull-down menu: CEM/iCEM.6 TIL main menu bar . right-click on the board you want to reset. Choose a particular board: this option allows you to reset one board. Reset in connected mode The Reset in connected mode sub-command allows you to Reset the BTS and to retain its connection with the OMC-B after the reset.Tools menu [cont. After choosing one of the Board Reset options and enabled your selection. The reset of the BTS can be done in the following modes : Reset in stand-alone mode The Reset in stand-alone mode sub-command allows you to use the Radiating BTS mode. You must select the slot corresponding to the board to be reset. All rights reserved © 2007.

2 TIL 2. This command restores all default radiating parameters. the bottom area section of the Radiating BTS window contains the following options: ACTIONS consist of three commands: Submit. All rights reserved © 2007. This command determines if the value range of the parameters you entered is acceptable.Tools menu [cont. Stop Radiating. which are sitespecific and are compliant with the customer needs).] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. BTS MODE consist of commands: — Radiate. — Normal. Alcatel-Lucent Radiating BTS The Radiating BTS command allows you to make the BTS transmission in stand-alone mode for the Radio Frequency tests.6 TIL main menu bar . This command is grayed out to indicate it is unavailable because the BTS mode is set to Normal mode. This command refreshes all current radiating parameters. This command is grayed out to indicate it is unavailable because the BTS mode is the Normal mode. RADIATING MODE consist of two commands: Start Radiating. the middle area section of the Radiating BTS window contains the following three columns: • Alpha (Cell 1) • Beta (Cell 2) • Gamma (Cell 3) Each column contains the following fields: • State • Admin State • Maximum Transmission Power • Primary Scrambling Code • Primary CPICH Power • Primary SCH Power • Secondary SCH Power • TMA present In Normal mode. Default. This command is grayed out to indicate it is unavailable because the BTS Mode is set to Normal mode. If necessary. Refresh. Close quits the Radiating BTS window in Normal mode. This command activates the Radiate mode. Two BTS modes are available: Normal mode Radiate mode In Normal mode. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 28 . you can change the wrong parameter values (a list of radiating BTS parameters.

the middle section of the Radiating BTS window contains three columns of parameters: • Alpha (Cell 1) • Beta (Cell 2) • Gamma (Cell 3) Each column contain the following fields: • State • Admin State • Maximum Transmission Power • Primary Scrambling Code • Primary CPICH Power • Primary SCH Power • Secondary SCH Power • TMA present In Radiate mode.In Radiate mode. This command restores all default radiating parameters. This command activates the Normal mode. This command deactivates the Radiate mode. All rights reserved © 2007. If necessary. RADIATING MODE with two possible commands: Start Radiating. the top section of the Radiating BTS window contains the following fields: • BTS Mode • Downlink Frequency • Frequency type (1900 or 2100) Middle section of the Radiating BTS window in Radiate mode In Radiate mode. This command refreshes all current radiating parameters. Stop Radiating. This command determines if the value range of the parameters you entered is acceptable. you can change the wrong parameter values (a list of radiating BTS parameters. Refresh. This command activates the Radiate mode. This command allows quitting the Radiating Bts window in Radiate mode. to indicate it is unavailable because the BTS Mode is the Radiate mode. Close. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 29 . BTS MODE with two possible commands: Radiate. This command is grayed out. the bottom section of the Radiating BTS window allows setting the following options: ACTIONS with three possible commands: Submit. which are site-specific and are compliant with the customer needs) Default. Normal.

] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 30 . Alcatel-Lucent Frequency allocation Display Frequency Allocation Display command allows you to check the multi-carrier frequency allocated to the TRM and CEM modules: Two cases are to be distinguished: Frequency Allocation when the cell is configured Frequency Allocation when the cell is not configured All rights reserved © 2007.Tools menu [cont.6 TIL main menu bar .2 TIL 2.

After selecting Ping. This command is only applicable with a RNC in PCM configuration.6 TIL main menu bar . Ping Count: number of pings to perform (1 to 5) Last IP Ping Result: displays the result of the last ping action the bottom area of the window contains three commands: Default: sets the contents of the IP Address field to the configured OMC-B IP address.Tools menu [cont. Cancel: quits the ping test. All rights reserved © 2007. The previous ATM connection is canceled. This report is sent to the TIL GUI. the IP Ping window displays the new result message. The TIL sends a request to the CCM/iCCM.2 TIL 2. Alcatel-Lucent IP Ping The IP Ping command allows you to check the IP connection with the OMC-B. The IP Ping window shows the following fields: OMC-B IP Address: displays the current address of the OMC-B (by default) which is stored in the Installation and Commissioning parameters. ATM F4/F5 test The ATM F4/F5 test involves the following steps: The ATM F4/F5 test must be initiated from the TIL GUI. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 31 . Ping: runs the test. The ATM F4/F5 test is used to test the ATM link between the BTS and the RNC.] OAM & TIL 4· IP ping UMTS RNC ATM F4/F5 test UMTS BTS Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. The ATM F4/F5 test can be started either from the BTS or initiated from the RNC through the ATM OAM flow. An ATM connection between the BTS and the RNC is created with the specific parameters The number of sent messages is compared with the number of received messages.

The previous ATM connection is canceled. All rights reserved © 2007. This command button starts the PCM link test. enable your selection by pressing the Run command button.6 TIL main menu bar . Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 32 . Cancel. The PCM loop back test can be started if the BTS is in stand-alone mode. The loop-back test must be buckled. This command button quits the PCM link test. Alcatel-Lucent PCM test description The PCM loop back test involves the following steps: The PCM loop back test must be initiated through the TIL GUI. After selecting the number of PCMs and the number of messages to be sent. When you select this command button.Tools menu [cont. The PCM loop back test window provides the following fields: PCM number: 1 to 8 Amount of messages to send: 1 to 5 bottom area of window contains two commands: Run. the PCM link blinks and changes to yellow. The TIL sends a request to the CCM/iCCM.] OAM & TIL 4· Sequence of Operations Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. This report is sent to the TIL GUI.2 TIL 2. The number of sent messages is compared with the number of received messages.

7 TIL main menu bar – maintenance menu OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent BTS Browse The BTS Browse command allows displaying specific IMT information. The BTS Browse window is divided in two parts: the left part of the window consists of a navigation tree. All rights reserved © 2007. Each level of the tree corresponds to an IMT section. Clicking the BTS Browse command invokes an explorer window which allows browsing through some of the IMT sections. the right part of the window serves to display information regarding the download progress.2 TIL 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 33 .

(available when the BTS is in maintenance mode). All rights reserved © 2007. It is only available when the BTS maintenance mode is enabled (for further information see Managing the BTS maintenance mode).] OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. (available when the BTS is in normal mode) disable. For further information see Managing the BTS maintenance mode.7 TIL main menu bar – maintenance menu [cont. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 34 . CallP commissioning test This command allows conducting a commissioning test on a single (i)CEM or on all the (i)CEMs installed in the BTS. Alcatel-Lucent Maintenance mode The Maintenance mode menu includes the following commands: enable.2 TIL 2.

The Start alarm history allows you to obtain the alarm history of the BTS modules. Alcatel-Lucent The Alarms menu allows you to display the following alarms: external and user alarms collected by the GPSAM radio module (MCPA module.Alarms menu OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. the Stop alarm history is grayed out. Start alarm history . All rights reserved © 2007. DDM) alarms collected by each TRM PCM alarms available on the active CCM/iCCM internal of each digital board The Alarms menu contains the following items: Display current alarms .The Display current alarms allows you to display the current alarms of the BTS modules. and vice versa. Note: If the Start alarm history is highlighted.2 TIL 2.8 TIL main menu bar .The Stop alarm history allows you to stop the alarm history of the BTS modules. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 35 . Tx Splitter. Stop alarm history .

and vice versa. the Deactivate TIL Debug is grayed out. Alcatel-Lucent The Miscellaneous menu allows you to enable debug messages and log information useful to help understand and fix problems when they occur.2 TIL 2. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10988AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 4 · Page 36 . The Miscellaneous menu contains the following items: Activate TIL Debug Deactivate TIL Debug Note: If the Activate TIL Debug item is highlighted.9 TIL main menu bar .Miscellaneous menu OAM & TIL 4· Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. All rights reserved © 2007.

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DD M2 D P A 3 Mai n Div D ers. DD M3 D STSR1: 3 Sectors and 1 Carrier Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 1 RF Connection Draw the RF links between TRM and MCPA/DDM for the STSR1 configuration (without TRM redundancy) TRM 1 A B C P A 1 TX driver Mai n Div D ers. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 8 . DD M1 D 1M 1D 2M RX (M+D) 2D 3M 3D P A 2 Mai n Div D ers.

Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 9 . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. DD M2 D RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M P A 3 3M Mai n Div D ers.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 2 RF Connection Draw the RF links between TRM and MCPA/DDM for the STSR1 configuration (with TRM redundancy) TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D P A 1 RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M Mai n Div D ers. DD M3 D STSR1R with redundancy Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. DD M1 D 3M TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D P A 2 Mai n Div D ers.

Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 3 RF Connection Draw the RF links between TRM and MCPA/DDM for the STSR 1+1 configuration. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 10 . Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. With STSR 1+1. DD M2 D RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M 3M Mai n Div D ers. each frequency has its own separate power amplification path P A 1 P A 1 P A 2 P A 2 P A 3 P A 3 TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M Mai n Div D ers. DD M3 D STSR 1+1 3 sectors and 1 carriers Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. DD M1 D 3M TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D Mai n Div D ers.

DD M1 D TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D P A 2 Mai n Div D ers. DD M2 D RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M 3M P A 3 Mai n Div D ers.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 4 RF Connection Draw the RF links between TRM and MCPA/DDM for the STSR 2 configuration. DD M3 D STSR 2 : 3 sectors and 2 carriers Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 11 . TRM 1 A TX B driver C 1M 1D RX 2D (M+D) 3D 2M P A 1 3M Mai n Div D ers. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 12 Rx1Rx2 Rx3Rx4 Rx5 Rx6Rx7Rx8 Rx5 Rx6Rx7Rx8 Rx5Rx6Rx7Rx8 TXT TXT D . with TRM redundancy. Without TRM redundancy (STSR1) With TRM redundancy (STSR1-R) M M M M D D D D D TX-M T TXT TXT TXT TX-M T TXT TXT TXT TXT TXT AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN AN Rx5Rx6Rx7Rx8 AN AN Rx5Rx6Rx7Rx8 Rx1Rx2 Rx3Rx4 Rx1Rx2Rx3Rx4 Rx5Rx6Rx7Rx8 Rx1Rx2Rx3Rx4 Rx1Rx2Rx3Rx4 Rx1Rx2 Rx3Rx4 Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 5 RF Cabling Draw the RF Cabling of the STSR1 BTS : without TRM redundancy.

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 6 RF Cabling Draw the RF Cabling of the STSR3 BTS TX-M TX-M TX-M TX-D TX-D ANT ANT ANT ANT ANT Rx5 Rx6 Rx7 Rx8 Rx1 Rx2 Rx3 Rx4 ANT TX-D Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 13 Rx5 Rx6 Rx7 Rx8 Rx1 Rx2 Rx3 Rx4 Rx5 Rx6 Rx7 Rx8 Rx1 Rx2 Rx3 Rx4 .

Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007.Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 7 Replacement of faulty card Replacement of CEM card by following the NN-20500009_UMTS_BTS_Troubleshooting_Corrective_Maintenance Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 14 .

Contents Synthesis Exercises 5· · Exercise 8 Troubleshouting with the TIL Connect a PC face to a real BTS and make all action allowed by the different menu with the NN-20500-019_(BTS_TIL_Tool_User_Guide) Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA UMTS BTS Maintenance All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent All rights reserved © 2007. Alcatel-Lucent 3JK10989AAAAWBZZA Edition 1 Section 5 · Page 15 .

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