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Prepared by Reviewed by Zhang Lijun Chang Rong, Dai Hongfeng, Dong Qing, Hu Guang, Lian Haichun, Qian Chunxia, Tong Aruna, Wu Yuqiong, Yang Yongpeng, Yu Huichun, and Zhu Lingyan Date Date 2007-06-30 2007-07-15

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This document provides information for Huawei WCDMA Radio Network Controller (RNC). This document includes: Chapter 1 Introduction to the RNC 2 Key Benefits 3 System Architecture 4 Operation and Maintenance 5 Reliability 6 Technical Specifications 7 Installation Details Describes the position of the RNC in the WCDMA network. Describes the key benefits of the RNC. Describes the hardware structure, logical structure, and hardware configuration of the RNC. Describes the OM structure and OM functions of the RNC. Describes the system reliability, hardware reliability, and software reliability of the RNC. Describes the technical specifications for the RNC. Describes the hardware and software installation requirements for the RNC.

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The model N68-22 of RNC cabinets is changed to N68E-22. Date 2007-07-15 2008-03-30 Author Zhang Lijun Zhang Lijun Approved by Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 4 of 65 .History Issue 01 02 Details This is the initial commercial release. The descriptions about CSU are deleted. This is the second commercial release.

..RNC V200R010 Product Description Contents 1 Introduction to the RNC .....................10 Dynamic Management of the Bandwidth..............1 About This Chapter..................2 Position of the RNC in the WCDMA Network..............................................................................4 CAC and Load Control ... 15 2.............................................................................7.................. 13 2... 15 2.....................................................5 IP Transport on the Iub/Iur/Iu Interfaces...............................................8.........3 Main Functions of the RNC ............................................................................... 16 2..................................................................................................................................... 8 1...... 12 2................1 Power Control..............................................3 High Integration and Large Capacity...............................................8.....13 Timeslot Cross Connection .......7.................................11 2.6 Hybrid IP Transport on the Iub Interface .................................................7..11 2.....................1 Multiple Iub Network Topologies.............................3 Radio Resource Allocation .........7............7..........................5 Resource Sharing Between Control Plane and User Plane ........................................ 14 2............11 Inverse Multiplexing on ATM.................................7... 14 2............5 Service Differentiation Based on Subscriber Priorities................................................................. 15 2.............................................12 Fractional Functions .........................................................................................................6 Multiple Clock Sources.....................................................................................................................................2 All-IP Platform of Advanced Radio Controller......................................................................................................................................................................7............2 Multiple Types of Transmission Port.................................................................................................................. 13 2......10 2....................................... 15 2............... 13 2.................................3 High Reliability of Transmission ...................................................................................... 13 2....................................... 12 2.............................14 Multilink PPP .....8...................................................... 16 2...........................................................8 Satellite Transmission on the Iub Interface ....................................................... 10 2.......1 About This Chapter.....................................4 Flexible Configuration of Interface Boards ...................... 12 2................7......................................................................................................11 2.......................................................................................................................................7.................................................................7...................................................................7 ATM/IP Dual Stack on the Iub Interface....9 Efficient Transmission on the Iub Interface ..................................... 14 2.2 Handover ............................................................... 9 2 Key Benefits ...................................................................................4 Flexible Configurations Adapting to Traffic Models .............................................7....... 13 2....................................................7...................................7 Diverse Transmission Solutions ..................................................... 16 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 5 of 65 ...............................7....8..........9 Advanced Solutions to Radio Data Services................................................8......................................... 13 2. 15 2.... 10 2.......................................... 8 1......................... 15 2................................ 14 2.............. 10 2...........8 1.....8 Advanced RRM Algorithms ...............................7...

...................... 27 3.................................3.................3................................2...................3...............................................2 HSUPA..... 33 4..................... 31 4............................................................1 Minimum Configuration................2 Maximum Configuration...........3 Logical Structure..................... 29 3..............................2...................................................3.............. 41 4................ 33 4...................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 4............. 26 3...................... 27 3...............................................3 Subrack Components ................................................................................10 Log Management...................................................................................................4 Clock Module ............43 5...5 Transmission Interface Module ........................................4......................................3..... 39 4...1 Security Management...... 41 5 Reliability.................................... 18 3..................................................................................................................................................................................3 Maintenance Management ................4.............2 OM Structure ..3.............................................................................................2...................................................................................3........................4................................................................................................6 Alarm Management .. 27 3............................................ 19 3...... 16 2...2 User Plane Data Processing Module ..................4 Fault Detection .......................................................3..........4 Hardware Expansion Schemes ...............................................................1 Cabinet Appearance ................................................................. 18 3............................................................................................3..........................................................3 MBMS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 3........................................................................................................................6 OM Module ................................................................ 17 3 System Architecture ................3 Control Plane Data Processing Module ..2 Physical Structure ...............................................2.......................................................................... 38 4..............RNC V200R010 Product Description 2........................................................... 28 3..........................1 About This Chapter............................................................................................................................ 22 3......3......................................................................................................................................................................7 Loading Management..................................................................................................................... 28 3..................... 25 3.............4 RSS Subrack ............ 43 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 6 of 65 ................................... 38 4......................................... 21 3................................................................................................................2...............................................................................................................3...................................9...................... 27 3.9 Message Tracing ........................................18 3................. 16 2...................................1 About This Chapter..........9...............3...................... 26 3...................................................................... 18 3..................................... 40 4.................................31 4.....................................................................................2 Configuration Management ...........9.............................................................................................3..................................... 37 4................4.......................1 HSDPA.3.........................................................................................3........................... 32 4.....................................3 Typical Configurations ......... 30 4 Operation and Maintenance................3..... 17 2....................................................................................................................................................8 Status Monitoring..................5 RBS Subrack ............11 Software Management.... 31 4..........................................................................10 High Compatibility of Protocols ....................................4 Hardware Configuration ...................................3 OM Functions ...........................................1 About This Chapter..........................................5 Performance Management .........................................................3...............................1 Internal Switching Module ...............2 Cabinet Components.................. 35 4......... 28 3............

..................................47 6..... 52 6.1 Storage Environment ...............13.....................2 Hardware Installation..................................................................8 Power Consumption in Typical Configurations .....................................2 Transportation Environment .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 Software Installation . 51 6.......................................................62 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 7 of 65 ..................................................................................................2 System Reliability .....10 Noise and Safety Compliance................................................................... 52 6..............................................................12 International Protection Specifications .....................2 Performance Specifications....................................3 Hardware Reliability .......... 57 7 Installation .......................13...........................................................................................................................................................1 About This Chapter...........13.............................................................................................. 50 6................. 52 6...........6 Structural Specifications ............ 49 6........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 6 Technical Specifications .................................................5 Reliability Specifications............................................................................................... 48 6......................11 Environmental Protection Specifications .. 61 A Acronyms and Abbreviations ............................................................................................ 47 6.......................................................................................... 60 7.........................3 Working Environment ..............................7 Electrical Specifications........................................ 60 7.................. 51 6..............................................................4 GPS Feeder Specifications ...........................60 7.................................................................................... 43 5......................................................................1 About This Chapter............................................................................ 50 6...............................................................RNC V200R010 Product Description 5................................... 52 6................................................................................ 49 6........................... 44 5...................... 49 6.........................4 Software Reliability.............................................................................................................................9 Clock Precision Specifications .....................13 Environmental Requirements ........ 55 6............................. 47 6.................................................3 Transmission Port Specifications ..................................................

2 Position of the RNC in the WCDMA Network The RNC is an important element of the WCDMA network.1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: Position of the RNC in the WCDMA Network Main Functions of the RNC 1. Figure 1-1 Position of the RNC in the WCDMA network UE Uu UTRAN Iu CN RNC Iub Iu-CS MSC server NodeB Iub MGW Iu-PS NodeB Iur Iub SGSN NodeB RNC Iu-BC CBC Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 8 of 65 . RNCs and NodeBs compose the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN). Figure 1-1 shows the position of the RNC in the WCDMA network.RNC V200R010 Product Description 1 Introduction to the RNC 1.

Throughout the rest of this document. such as handover and Serving Radio Network Subsystem (SRNS) relocation Performing radio resource management. RNC. Iu-CS. which processes broadcast services through the Iu-BC interface Another RNC through the Iur interface 1. Iu-PS. including the Iub. each RNC can be connected to: NodeBs through the lub interface The MSC (or the MSC server and MGW in R4/R5/R6). power control. and CBC of other vendors. which processes Packet Switched (PS) services through the Iu-PS interface The CBC. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 9 of 65 . such as Macro Diversity Combining (MDC). MSC.3 Main Functions of the RNC The RNC has the following main functions: Broadcasting system information and controlling UE access Performing mobility management. SGSN.RNC V200R010 Product Description CN: Core Network MGW: Media Gateway RNC: Radio Network Controller UE: User Equipment CBC: Cell Broadcast Center MSC server: Mobile Switching Center server SGSN: Serving GPRS Support Node UTRAN: UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network As shown in Figure 1-1. All its interfaces. and Iu-BC are standard interfaces. and cell resource allocation Providing radio bearer services for both CS and PS domains Providing transport channels between the CN and UEs Ciphering and deciphering the signaling and data on radio channels The model of Huawei RNC is BSC6810. Huawei RNC is referred to as BSC6810. which processes Circuit Switched (CS) services through the Iu-CS interface The SGSN. Iur. which enable the BSC6810 to connect to the NodeB.

Time Division Multiplexing (TDM). Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 10 of 65 . the BSC6810 achieves a central switching capacity of 120 Gbit/s. PARC unifies the switching system of Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). CDMA. This platform can meet the requirements for the development of high-speed packet services and fully protect your network investment. Based on the Gigabit Ethernet (GE) star non-blocking switching on the Medium Access Control (MAC) sublayer. The BSC6810 supports up to 1. and WCDMA controllers. capacity. and Operation and Maintenance (OM).100 cells. and IP.2 All-IP Platform of Advanced Radio Controller The BSC6810 uses the all-IP Platform of Advanced Radio Controller (PARC) developed by Huawei. 2. The BSC6810 brings the following benefits: All-IP Platform of Advanced Radio Controller High Integration and Large Capacity Flexible Configurations Adapting to Traffic Models Resource Sharing Between Control Plane and User Plane Multiple Clock Sources Diverse Transmission SolutionsDiverse Transmission Solutions Advanced RRM AlgorithmsAdvanced RRM Algorithms Advanced Solutions to Radio Data ServicesAdvanced Solutions to Radio Data Services High Compatibility of Protocols 2. transmission.RNC V200R010 Product Description 2 Key Benefits 2. Thus.3 High Integration and Large Capacity The BSC6810 has the following features: The BSC6810 is highly integrated.700 NodeBs and 5.1 About This Chapter The design of the BSC6810 takes into consideration the factors such as services. it can serve as a uniform platform of GSM.

the MPU subsystem forwards the resources request to other subracks in case of overload. 2. 2. When a new call travels to the subrack.5 Resource Sharing Between Control Plane and User Plane In BSC6810. however. which process signaling messages on the Iu. The SPU subsystems. the new call can be successfully processed. form a control plane resource pool. the BSC6810 can select system synchronization clocks conveniently. Iub. Each subrack has a subsystem working as the Main Processing Unit (MPU) subsystem for the management of resources on the user plane and resource allocation during a call.RNC V200R010 Product Description The BSC6810 supports up to 51. In the case that a single set ratio of board configuration is inconsistent with the actual traffic model. Iur. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 11 of 65 . 2. Such capacity.000 Erlang voice traffic or a total of 3. working as the processor for control plane data. working as the processor for user plane data. form a user plane resource pool. the flexible configurations of boards in the BSC6810 help prevent wasting resources. the DSPs. is implemented by only two cabinets.000 Erlang voice traffic or 1. Thus. The available clock sources are as follows: Building Integrated Timing Supply System (BITS) Global Positioning System (GPS) Line clock extracted from the Iu interface External 8 kHz clock provided by an external device The BSC6810 can set a priority for each clock source.536 Mbit/s (UL + DL) PS throughput. and the other way round. an SPUa board has four independent subsystems.4 Flexible Configurations Adapting to Traffic Models The number of signaling processing boards and that of data processing boards are flexible so that the quantity of resources on the user plane and control plane can meet the requirements of traffic models.264 Mbit/s PS throughput in the uplink (UL) plus downlink (DL). and Uu interfaces to implement the signaling processing function. The waste of control plane resources may attribute to the bottleneck at user plane resources. The BSC6810 provides a single-cabinet solution that supports 24.6 Multiple Clock Sources Multiple clock sources are available for the BSC6810. The other subsystems work as Signaling Process Unit (SPU) subsystems. If any subrack has enough resources of control plane and user plane. The resources of control plane and user plane within a subrack are managed and allocated by the MPU subsystem.

7. chain. 2.7 Diverse Transmission Solutions The BSC6810 provides diverse transmission solutions by supporting: Multiple Iub Network Topologies Multiple Types of Transmission Port High Reliability of Transmission Flexible Configuration of Interface Boards IP Transport on the Iub/Iur/Iu Interfaces Hybrid IP Transport on the Iub Interface ATM/IP Dual Stack on the Iub Interface Satellite Transmission on the Iub Interface Efficient Transmission on the Iub Interface Dynamic Management of the Bandwidth Inverse Multiplexing on ATM Fractional Functions Timeslot Cross Connection Multilink PPP 2. The type of topology depends on the site requirement. The timing signals generated by the local oscillator.7. Iur. the BSC6810 obtains its working timing signals from the local oscillator. do not meet the requirements of NodeBs for the clock precision. however. 2. Therefore. The ATM transmission ports are of the following types: E1/T1 Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c Channelized STM-1/OC-3 The IP transmission ports are of the following types: E1/T1 Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c Channelized STM-1/OC-3 Fast Ethernet (FE) GE Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 12 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description If the BSC6810 fails to obtain any external clock. the NodeBs fail to obtain timing signals from the BSC6810.1 Multiple Iub Network Topologies The BSC6810 supports multiple Iub network topologies.2 Multiple Types of Transmission Port The BSC6810 provides multiple types of physical transmission port for the Iub. and Iu interfaces. and tree topologies. when the BSC6810 uses such timing signals. such as star.

RNC V200R010 Product Description 2. operation.7. 2.7.5 IP Transport on the Iub/Iur/Iu Interfaces In addition to ATM transport. Iur. Hybrid IP transport guarantees the QoS and provides sufficient interface bandwidth for high-speed PS services such as High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA). thus saving the transmission cost and protecting the investment of operators. the BSC6810 supports IP transport on the Iub. A subrack can host different types of ATM and IP interface board at the same time. Quick check based on Bi-directional Forwarding Detection (BFD) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) check End-to-end ATM Continuous Check (CC) based on the F5 protocol − − Diverse ways of fault detection: − − − 2. and Iu interfaces. thus saving the transmission cost and protecting the investment of operators. 2. provides sufficient bandwidth for high-speed and large-volume data services. Services with high QoS requirements are transmitted through ATM. FE or GE ports support redundancy and load sharing between the ports. data of different priorities can be transmitted separately through E1/T1 ports and FE ports. or Iu. Channelized optical ports support MSP 1:1 redundancy. 2.7. 2. This is consistent with the evolution to an all-IP network. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 13 of 65 . Iur.4 Flexible Configuration of Interface Boards The BSC6810 does not place restrictions on which slots hold interface boards for the Iub. and maintenance of transport networks. Services with high QoS requirements are transmitted through E1/T1 ports. and those with low QoS requirements are transmitted on the Ethernet. Such data transmission guarantees the QoS and provides sufficient interface bandwidth for high-speed PS services such as HSDPA and HSUPA. the BSC6810 uses the following solutions: Transmission port redundancy − Unchannelized optical ports support Multiplex Section Protection (MSP) 1:1 or MSP 1+1 redundancy.7.3 High Reliability of Transmission To achieve high reliability of transmission.7.7.7 ATM/IP Dual Stack on the Iub Interface ATM/IP dual stack is supported between the BSC6810 and a NodeB.6 Hybrid IP Transport on the Iub Interface When IP transport is applied to the Iub interface.8 Satellite Transmission on the Iub Interface The BSC6810 supports satellite transmission on the Iub interface to cover isolated areas. The transmission mode of a service depends on the Quality of Service (QoS) requirement. and reduces the cost of construction. while those with low QoS requirements through IP.

and delay variation. the links on the NodeB side are low-speed ones. services can continue. Provided that the number of working links is not smaller than the specified minimum number of active links in an IMA group. When a high-speed port on the BSC6810 connects to a low-speed port on a NodeB. That is. thus increasing the revenue of operators.11 Inverse Multiplexing on ATM The BSC6810 provides the Inverse Multiplexing on ATM (IMA) function over E1/T1 links. With FP MUX. the low-speed cell streams are converged to the original high-speed cell stream. you can launch the system at a comparatively low cost and within a relatively short period of time. fractional ATM and fractional IMA. the BSC6810 can estimate the bandwidth of a service on the Iub interface and allocate an appropriate bandwidth to the service.12 Fractional Functions The BSC6810 provides the fractional functions. the IMA function ensures high transmission reliability. balance traffic. and improve the efficiency of transmission on the Iub interface.10 Dynamic Management of the Bandwidth The BSC6810 detects the IP QoS information. With the fractional functions.7. IP shaping/policing. such as the packet loss rate. at the receiver end.7.RNC V200R010 Product Description 2.7. 2. the BSC6810 can multiplex Iub FP data. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 14 of 65 . The fractional functions enable 3G equipment to share the E1/T1 links of a 2G network with 2G equipment.7. packet loss may occur if the BSC6810 transmits packets to the NodeB. the BSC6810 then adjusts the bandwidth of logical ports and of resource groups. thus allowing 2G and 3G concurrent transmission. this function has a relatively high fault tolerance. the Iub transmission efficiency increases greatly. In this way. Then. can prevent such packet loss. however. Thus. 2. delay. − IP shaping/policing Usually. − With Iub overbooking. Based on the QoS. you can quickly deploy NodeBs at an early stage of WCDMA network construction by using the existing 2G transmission resources. the BSC6810 multiplexes multiple User Datagram Protocol (UDP) or IP packets into one data packet in a specific format before transmitting it. The IMA function enables high-speed transmission through low-speed links. 2. it broadens the application scope of E1/T1 links. thus increasing the efficiency of IP transport on the Iub interface. Thus. An ATM cell stream from a high-speed transport link is multiplexed inversely onto multiple low-speed E1/T1 links. that is.9 Efficient Transmission on the Iub Interface The BSC6810 improves transmission efficiency by taking the following techniques on the Iub interface: Iub overbooking and Frame Protocol Multiplexing (FP MUX) Without additional transmission devices. Thus. the transmission efficiency is enhanced. Thus. the BSC6810 improves the efficiency of transmission on the Iub interface. In addition.

2. the BSC6810 applies these algorithms in new features such as HSDPA. Thus. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 15 of 65 . so as to enable concurrent transmission of 2G and 3G data. services and loads. it fulfills the communication requirements and increases the efficiency of radio channel resources. inter-frequency handover.14 Multilink PPP The BSC6810 provides the Multilink PPP (MLPPP) function. Such timeslot cross connection does not require additional timeslot cross connection equipment.2 Handover The BSC6810 supports flexible handover strategies and parameter configurations.8. 2. and actual cell load. reduces the call drop rate. 2. the BSC6810 can allocate resources dynamically. The MLPPP function provides a relatively high bandwidth and implements rapid data forwarding. Thus. Thus. the BSC6810 offers optimum network coverage. It aims to provide the required quality for UEs when the radio environment changes and to increase the usage of system capacity. and quality.3 Radio Resource Allocation Based on the QoS requirements. actual traffic volume.8. 2. Thus. it performs different kinds of handover. HSUPA.7. and implements traffic absorption in special areas. and Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service (MBMS). Based on different coverage areas. This function combines physically independent links to form only one logical channel.RNC V200R010 Product Description 2. the network layer can send data directly to this logical channel. 2.1 Power Control The BSC6810 uses outer loop power control algorithms.8.7. such as intra-frequency handover. The 2G equipment cross-connects the timeslots on a 2G link to the BSC6810. capacity.13 Timeslot Cross Connection The BSC6810 supports the timeslot cross connection function. and inter-RAT handover.8 Advanced RRM Algorithms The BSC6810 uses Huawei-patented Radio Resource Management (RRM) algorithms in the following functions: Power control Handover Radio resource allocation Call Admission Control (CAC) Load control In addition. it improves the speech quality.

With the flow control algorithm.4 CAC and Load Control The BSC6810 applies multiple Huawei-patented technologies. silver. With the algorithm of rate downsizing against congestion. it increases the system capacity and guarantees the current QoS. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 16 of 65 .9 Advanced Solutions to Radio Data Services The BSC6810 adopts the advanced technologies. HSUPA. GBR guarantees that the basic requirements of BE services are met. the BSC6810 can set the subscribers to three levels: gold. When radio resources are limited. the BSC6810 can guarantee GBRs of subscribers before allocating the remaining resources proportionally.RNC V200R010 Product Description 2. the BSC6810 proportionally allocates bandwidths to subscribers. In addition. HSDPA enhances the performance of the WCDMA network in the following aspects: Higher DL data rate Shorter service delay and more pleasant user experience in high-speed services More efficient DL coding and power utilization 2. 2. With the scheduling algorithm. such as load sharing and admission based on rate downsizing.8. the BSC6810 preferentially downsizes the rates of low-priority subscribers to their GBRs. With the pre-emption algorithm.2 HSUPA The BSC6810 adopts HSUPA as the solution for high-speed UL data transmission. 2. and MBMS. the BSC6810 supports VoIP over HSDPA and IMS over HSDPA. such as HSDPA.4 Mbit/s on the physical sublayer. Thus. 2. The UL rate for a single UE can reach up to 5.5 Service Differentiation Based on Subscriber Priorities Based on the allocation retention priorities set at the CN for subscribers. Based on priorities of subscribers.76 Mbit/s on the physical sublayer. to balance loads between cells and to control service access.1 HSDPA The BSC6810 adopts HSDPA as the solution for high-speed DL data transmission.9. The DL rate for a single UE can reach up to 14.9. This algorithm takes subscriber priorities into account in the condition that the GBRs of the subscribers are guaranteed. and bronze. to meet the requirements of different types of data service. where VoIP stands for Voice over IP and IMS stands for IP Multimedia Subsystem. the BSC6810 proportionally allocates bandwidths to subscribers. The BSC6810 then provides different services for the three levels of subscribers.8. high-priority subscribers can pre-empt the resources over low-priority subscribers. the BSC6810 sets different Guaranteed Bit Rates (GBRs) for Best Effort (BE) services of different subscribers. This algorithm takes subscriber priorities into account in the condition that the GBRs of the subscribers are guaranteed.

RNC V200R010 Product Description In addition.9. the BSC6810 supports VoIP over HSUPA and IMS over HSUPA. 2. HSUPA enhances the performance of the WCDMA network in the following aspects: Higher UL data rate Shorter service delay and more pleasant user experience in high-speed services Faster UL resource control Better quality of service 2.10 High Compatibility of Protocols The BSC6810 is developed according to 3GPP R6 specifications. R4. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 17 of 65 . The transmission rate of MBMS services can reach up to 256 kbit/s.3 MBMS The BSC6810 adopts MBMS to provide the high-speed multimedia broadcast service. MBMS enhances resource efficiency and provides diversified multimedia services. It is compatible with other Network Elements (NEs) and UEs based on 3GPP R6. or R99 specifications. R5.

1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: Physical Structure Logical Structure Hardware Configuration 3. The design complies with the IEC60297 and IEEE standards.RNC V200R010 Product Description 3 System Architecture 3.2.2 Physical Structure 3.1 Cabinet Appearance The BSC6810 uses the standard N68E-22 or N68-21-N cabinet of Huawei. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 18 of 65 .

2 Cabinet Components The BSC6810 has the following two types of cabinet: RNC Switching Rack (RSR) RNC Business Rack (RBR) Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 19 of 65 .2. Figure 3-1 BSC6810 cabinet 3.RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 3-1 shows the cabinet.

RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 3-2 shows the components of the cabinets. Figure 3-2 Components of the BSC6810 cabinets Power distribution box R R I I N N T T R I N T R I N T R R R I I I N N N T T T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T Power distribution box R I N T R R R I I I N N N T T T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T RBS S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b D P U b D P U b S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b D P U b D P U b RBS R R I I N N T T R I N T R I N T R R R I I I N N N T T T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R R R I I I N N N T T T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T RBS S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b D P U b D P U b S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b D P U b D P U b RBS R R I I N N T T R I N T R I N T R R I I N N T T O M U a O M U a R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R R R I I I N N N T T T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T R I N T RSS S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b G C U a G C U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S P U a S C U a S C U a D D P P U U b b D P U b D P U b D P U b D P U b RBS RSR RBR The RINT refers to the interface board of the BSC6810. Physically. there is no board named RINT. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 20 of 65 .

3 Subrack Components The BSC6810 has two types of subrack. The RSR has the following components: One RNC Switching Subrack (RSS) Zero to two RNC Business Subracks (RBSs) RBR The RBR is configured when the required service processing capability exceeds the specifications for the RSR. and front and rear boards are installed on both sides of the backplane. If the RBR is configured with one or two RBSs. 3. The 14 slots on the front side of the backplane are numbered from 0 to 13. In a subrack. The number of RBSs in the RBR ranges from 1 to 3.RNC V200R010 Product Description RSR The RSR provides the single-cabinet solution. The RBR is configured with only RBSs. as shown in Figure 3-3. one is the RSS.2. according to board configuration. Among the subracks. The subracks of the BSC6810 have a standard width of 19 inches. At most one RBR can be configured. The height of a single subrack is 12 U. the backplane is positioned in the middle. and those on the rear side from 14 to 27. They are the RSS and the RBS. the RBSs should be configured from the bottom to the top. The BSC6810 can be configured with up to six subracks. The number of RBSs ranges from 0 to 5. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 21 of 65 . and the others are RBSs. Figure 3-3 Subrack of the BSC6810 14 C 20 27 B A 0 A: front boards B: backplane 6 C: rear boards 13 Each subrack of the BSC6810 provides a total of 28 slots. The slots are of the same length. which complies with the IEC60297 standard.

4 RSS Subrack The mandatory RSS is configured at the bottom of the RSR. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 22 of 65 . Figure 3-4 Boards in the RSS 14 R I N T S P U a 0 15 R I N T S P U a 1 16 R I N T S P U a 2 17 R I N T S P U a 3 18 R I N T S P U a 4 19 R I N T S P U a 5 S C U a 6 20 O M U a S C U a 7 D P U b 8 21 22 O M U a D P U b 9 23 24 R I N T D P U b 10 25 R I N T D P U b 11 26 R I N T G C U a 12 27 R I N T G C U a 13 Figure 3-4 presents only an example of board configuration. This subrack has the following functions: Connecting to each RBS and transferring data between RBSs through data switching on the MAC sublayer Providing system timing signals Providing the same service processing functions as the RBS Serving physical transmission on the Iub.2. slots 0 and 1 are active/standby slots.and odd-numbered neighboring slots have an active/standby relationship. The RSS provides 28 slots. Iur.RNC V200R010 Product Description On each plane from leftmost to rightmost. For example. 3. every two even. The same is true for slots 2 and 3. The RSS is the central switching subrack of the BSC6810. You can change the configuration as required. Table 3-1 describes the boards in the RSS. and Iu interfaces Performing OM management of the Back Administration Module (BAM) Figure 3-4 shows the boards in the RSS. Only the boards that work in active/standby mode must be installed in active/standby slots.

receiving and processing GPS permanently configured with GPS Card signals in slots 12 and 13 of the REV:a RSS. in Two boards are RNC General Clock addition. security management. fault management. loading management. SCUa RNC GE Switching and Control Unit REV:a Providing MAC switching. and the other in slots 22 and 23. and so on Working as the OM agent of the M2000 and Local Maintenance Terminals (LMTs) to provide the BSC6810 OM interface for the M2000 and LMTs and to control communication between the BSC6810 and the M2000/LMTs OMUa RNC Operation and Maintenance Unit REV:a One board is permanently configured in slots 20 and 21 of the RSS. performance management. Performing configuration management.RNC V200R010 Product Description Table 3-1 Boards in the RSS Board Full Spelling Function Configuration DPUb RNC Data Processing Unit REV:b Processing and distributing service data The following slots are on the user plane available for the DPUb: Slots 8–11 and 14–19 in the RSS Slots 8–19 in an RBS GCUa RNC General Clock Unit REV:a Performing phase-lock and hold on the Two boards are system clock permanently configured in slots 12 and 13 of the Generating RNC Frame Number RSS. (RFN) signals for the system GCGa Having all the functions of the GCUa. Providing configuration and maintenance of a subrack or of the whole BSC6810 Distributing timing signals and RFN signals for the BSC6810 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 23 of 65 . and enabling convergence of ATM and IP networks Providing 60 Gbit/s switching capacity Two boards are Providing the port trunking function permanently configured Enabling inter-subrack connections in slots 6 and 7.

RNC V200R010 Product Description Board Full Spelling Function Configuration SPUa RNC Signaling Processing Unit REV:a Processing high-layer signaling of the Uu. each of Slots 14–19 and which contains 32 E1s/T1s 24–27 in the RSS Providing AAL2 switching Slots 14–27 in an Receiving timing signals from RBS upper-level equipment and sending them to the GCUa/GCGa Providing timing signals for NodeBs Providing 4 STM-1/OC-3c optical ports Providing ATM over SDH or IP over SDH Receiving timing signals from upper-level equipment and sending them to the GCUa/GCGa Providing timing signals for NodeBs The following slots are available for the UOIa: Slots 14–19 and 24–27 in the RSS Slots 14–27 in an RBS RNC 32-port ATM over E1/T1/J1 RINT AEUa Interface Unit REV:a RNC 2-port ATM over Channelized Optical AOUa STM-1/OC-3 Interface Unit REV:a UOIa RNC 4-port ATM/Packet over Unchannelized Optical STM-1/OC-3c Interface Unit REV:a Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 24 of 65 . Iur.) The following slots are Providing the fractional ATM and available for the AEUa: fractional IMA functions Slots 14–19 and Providing the timeslot cross 24–27 in the RSS connection function Slots 14–27 in an Providing ATM Adaptation Layer 2 RBS (AAL2) switching Extracting the clock from E1/T1 links. and Iub interfaces Processing transport layer signaling The following slots are available for the SPUa: Allocating and managing various resources necessary to service Slots 0–5 and 8–11 in setup. Iu. and establishing signaling and the RSS service connections Slots 0–5 and 8–11 in Providing 4 independent processor an RBS systems Processing RFN signals Providing 32 E1s/T1s Providing ATM over E1/T1 Providing 32 IMA groups or 32 UNI links (Each IMA group contains a maximum of 32 IMA links. exporting 2 MHz signals. and sending the 2 MHz timing signals to the GCUa/GCGa Providing 2 STM-1/OC-3 optical ports Providing 126 E1s or 168 T1s Providing ATM over E1/T1 over SDH The following slots are Providing the IMA and UNI functions available for the AOUa: Providing 84 IMA groups.

the two boards work in active/standby mode. Iur.) 24–27 in the RSS Providing the timeslot cross Slots 14–27 in an connection function RBS Receiving timing signals from upper-level equipment and sending them to the GCUa/GCGa Providing timing signals for NodeBs Providing 2 STM-1/OC-3 optical ports The following slots are Providing 126 E1s or 168 T1s available for the POUa: Providing IP over E1/T1 over SDH Slots 14–19 and Receiving timing signals from 24–27 in the RSS upper-level equipment and sending Slots 14–27 in an them to the GCUa/GCGa RBS Providing timing signals for NodeBs Providing 8 FE ports or 2 GE electrical ports Providing IP over FE or IP over GE The following slots are available for the FG2a: Slots 14–19 and 24–27 in the RSS Slots 14–27 in an RBS The following slots are available for the GOUa: Slots 14–19 and 24–27 in the RSS Slots 14–27 in an RBS RNC 2-port IP over Channelized Optical POUa STM-1/OC-3 Interface Unit REV:a RNC Packet over Electrical 8-port FE FG2a or 2-port GE Ethernet Interface Unit REV:a RNC 2-port Packet over Optical GE GOUa Ethernet Interface Unit REV:a Providing 2 GE optical ports Providing IP over GE The RSS can be configured with one or two OMUa boards.RNC V200R010 Product Description Board Full Spelling Function Configuration RNC 32-port Packet over E1/T1/J1 PEUa Interface Unit REV:a Providing 32 E1s/T1s Providing IP over PPP/MLPPP over E1/T1 Providing 128 Point-to-Point Protocol The following slots are (PPP) links or 64 MLPPP groups available for the PEUa: (Each MLPPP group contains a Slots 14–19 and maximum of 8 MLPPP links. In the latter case. This subrack has the following functions: Processing signaling on the control plane Processing and distributing service data on the user plane Serving physical transmission on the Iub. the RBS is used to extend the service processing capability of the BSC6810.5 RBS Subrack The optional RBS is configured in the RSR or the RBR. The RBS is the basic service processing subrack of the BSC6810.2. Working as the extension subrack of the RSS. 3. and Iu interfaces Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 25 of 65 .

The two-level switching enables full connection between all modules of the BSC6810.1 Internal Switching Module The internal switching module is mainly implemented by the SCUa boards.3.3. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 26 of 65 . The RBS holds all types of board in the RSS except the GCUa/GCGa and OMUa. Thus. Figure 3-5 Boards in the RBS 14 R I N T S P U a 0 15 R I N T S P U a 1 16 R I N T S P U a 2 17 R I N T S P U a 3 18 R I N T S P U a 4 19 R I N T S P U a 5 20 R I N T S C U a 6 21 R I N T S C U a 7 22 R I N T D P U b 8 23 R I N T D P U b 9 24 R I N T D P U b 10 25 R I N T D P U b 11 26 R I N T D P U b 12 27 R I N T D P U b 13 Figure 3-5 presents only an example of board configuration.2 User Plane Data Processing Module The user plane data processing module is mainly implemented by the DPUb boards. The SCUa in the RSS performs first-level switching and that in the RBS performs second-level switching.3 Logical Structure The BSC6810 consists of the following functional modules: Internal Switching Module User Plane Data Processing Module Control Plane Data Processing Module Clock Module Transmission Interface Module OM Module 3.RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 3-5 shows the boards in the RBS. 3. This module performs protocol processing at each layer on the user plane data for the RNC. You can change the configuration as required. 3. The RBS provides 28 slots. the BSC6810 provides internal MAC switching at two levels.

The processed messages are of the following types: Radio Access Network Application Part (RANAP) NodeB Application Part (NBAP) Radio Network Subsystem Application Part (RNSAP) Radio Resource Control (RRC) Service Area Broadcast Protocol (SABP) The SPUa boards are configured in both the RSS and RBSs. This module processes control plane signaling on each interface for the RNC. This module provides the transmission interface between the BSC6810 and other NEs. or GOUa boards.RNC V200R010 Product Description The DPUb boards perform the following protocol: Frame Protocol (FP) MDC MAC RLC PDCP Iu User Plane (Iu UP) protocols GTP-U 3. and related modules of host boards. If the RNC requires GPS signals. FG2a. This module performs operation and maintenance on the BSC6810.3.3 Control Plane Data Processing Module The control plane data processing module is mainly implemented by the SPUa boards. This module provides the clock for the operation of the RNC. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 27 of 65 . the AAL2 and ATM Adaptation Layer 5 (AAL5) messages are terminated at the transmission interface module.5 Transmission Interface Module The transmission interface module is mainly implemented by the AEUa. UOIa. In addition. the GCGa is required. PEUa.4 Clock Module The clock module is mainly implemented by the GCUa/GCGa boards and the clock processing units of other boards.6 OM Module The OM module is mainly implemented by the LMT. generates RFN signals. For IP transport.3. AOUa. 3.3. and provides NodeBs with timing signals. POUa. 3. this module processes UDP and IP messages on the user plane and forwards IP messages on the control plane. The GCUa/GCGa boards are configured only in the RSS. BAM.3. it performs related protocol processing at the transport network layer. 3. For ATM transport.

4.1 Minimum Configuration In minimum configuration. Figure 3-6 Minimum configuration of the BSC6810 Empty Empty RSS Cabinet 1 The maximum capacity of the BSC6810 in minimum configuration is as follows: 6. the BSC6810 needs only one RSR that has only the RSS.2 Maximum Configuration In maximum configuration. Figure 3-7 shows the maximum configuration of the BSC6810. the BSC6810 needs two cabinets.000 Erlang voice traffic or 384 Mbit/s (UL + DL) PS throughput 200 NodeBs 600 cells 3. You can add RBSs to expand the system capacity without disrupting ongoing services.4.4 Hardware Configuration 3. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 28 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description 3. that is. one RSR and one RBR. Figure 3-6 shows the minimum configuration of the BSC6810. The minimum configuration applies to an early stage of construction of a commercial network.

000 24.400 3.000 51.120.264 Number of NodeBs 200 500 800 1.000 Erlang voice traffic or 3.000 15.264 Mbit/s (UL + DL) PS throughput 1.000 1.500 2.300 4.000 42.700 NodeBs 5.688 3. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 29 of 65 .3 Typical Configurations Table 3-2 shows the typical configurations of the BSC6810.4.112 2.000 (UL + DL) PS Throughput (Mbit/s) 384 960 1. Table 3-2 Typical configurations of the BSC6810 Number of Subracks 1 RSS 1 RSS + 1 RBS 1 RSS + 2 RBSs 1 RSS + 3 RBSs 1 RSS + 4 RBSs 1 RSS + 5 RBSs BHCA 160. You can choose a typical configuration as required.000 33.000 Voice Traffic (Erlang) 6.100 Note: BHCA: Busy Hour Call Attempt The values of BHCA and voice traffic are calculated on the basis of Huawei traffic model.100 1.000 1.RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 3-7 Maximum configuration of the BSC6810 RBS RBS RBS RBS RSS RBS Cabinet 1 Cabinet 2 The maximum capacity of the BSC6810 in maximum configuration is as follows: 51.700 Number of Cells 600 1.200 5.000 880.100 cells 3.360.400 1.000 400.536 2.000 640.

The addition of SPUa boards contributes to the expansion of control plane resources.500 (UL + DL) PS Throughput (Mbit/s) – 96 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 30 of 65 . DPUb boards can be configured in slots 8–11 and 14–19.RNC V200R010 Product Description 3. Table 3-3 Processing capability of a single SPU subsystem or DPUb board Board or Subsystem SPU subsystem DPUb BHCA 20. The maximum number of SPUa boards in an RBS is 10. In an RBS. The processing capability of the SPUa can be calculated on the basis of the capability of each SPU subsystem. In the RSS. SPUa boards can be configured in slots 0–5 and 8–11. The maximum number of DPUb boards in the RSS is 10. SPUa boards can be configured in slots 0–5 and 8–11. The maximum number of SPUa boards in the RSS is 10. When adding boards.000 – Voice Traffic (Erlang) – 1.4. In an RBS. DPUb boards can be configured in slots 8–19.4 Hardware Expansion Schemes You can expand the capacity of the BSC6810 by adding RBSs or service processing boards. and the addition of DPUb boards contributes to the expansion of user plane resources. The maximum number of DPUb boards in an RBS is 12. note the following items: In the RSS. Table 3-3 lists the processing capabilities of SPUa and DPUb boards.

The iManager M2000 is a centralized OM system. It is the OM object entity.2 OM Structure Figure 4-1 shows the OM system of the BSC6810. The alarm box provides audible and visible alarms.1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: OM Structure OM Functions 4. OM terminals and alarm box. These components are described as follows: The FAM consists of the boards in the RSS and RBSs. BAM. The LMTs are OM terminals on the BSC6810 side.RNC V200R010 Product Description 4 Operation and Maintenance 4. The BAM collects and processes OM information and sends the information to LMTs and the iManager M2000. The system consists of the Front Administration Module (FAM). The physical entity of the BAM is the OMUa boards in the RSS. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 31 of 65 .

The LMT is an intelligent Man Machine Language (MML) client working in Graphic User Interface (GUI) mode. It provides the BSC6810 with OM functions.3 OM Functions The BSC6810 provides MML commands and GUIs as an interface for system management. This section describes the following OM functions: Security Management Configuration Management Maintenance Management Fault Detection Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 32 of 65 . Such an interface is explicit and easy to use. and so on. an intranet. and the Internet. the BSC6810 can check the data integrity for an MML command to be run. It can access the BAM through Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN). the LMT can report audible and visible alarms if faults are detected. configuration. maintenance. 4. In addition.RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 4-1 OM system of the BSC6810 iManager M2000 VLAN FAM BAM VLAN IP Alarm box LMT LMT OM system of the BSC6810 BAM: Back Administration Module LMT: Local Maintenance Terminal VLAN: Virtual Local Area Network FAM: Front Administration Module IP: Internet Protocol The LMT is the OM terminal on the NE side. Through an external alarm box. alarm management.

The BSC6810 also supports offline data configuration based on host subracks. Therefore.3. Therefore. operation time limit. This ensures data security. it allows capacity expansion without disrupting services. Encryption of the communication interface between the BSC6810 and the Element Management System (EMS) The BSC6810 uses the Security Socket Layer (SSL) protocol to fulfill transmission of ciphertext over the OM channel between the BSC6810 and the EMS. No manual configuration is required. The data is not sent to the host before being loaded onto the host.3.2 Configuration Management The BSC6810 provides certain functions for configuration management. You need to configure only the data for connections between the BSC6810 and external devices. this mode increases the efficiency of configuring a large amount of data. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 33 of 65 . configuration data is stored only in the BAM. the user interface is automatically locked. 4. Operator information protection If no operation is performed for a certain period. Automatic Data Configuration The BSC6810 can automatically generate the configuration data that is necessary for internal physical and logical connections and configure the data for the corresponding parts.1 Security Management BSC6810 security management provides the following functions: Grade-based operator right setting You can set the operator right. thus improving the serviceability of the BSC6810. Online and Offline Data Configuration The BSC6810 supports the following configuration modes: Offline data configuration In offline data configuration mode.RNC V200R010 Product Description Performance Management Alarm Management Loading Management Status Monitoring Message Tracing Log Management Software Management 4. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) transmission based on ciphering This ensures the security of FTP transmission. and password to ensure system security and operation flexibility. These functions are described in the following topics.

dynamic data configuration is enabled. In the case of bulk data modification. With this function. configuration data is sent to the host immediately after the configuration. the BAM sends all the configuration data to the host in batches. thus facilitating reconfiguration of services. such as the data of a cell. Data Configuration Right Control Under data configuration right control. Data Configuration Rollback The BSC6810 provides the data configuration rollback function. If data configuration fails to achieve the expectation or even causes equipment or network exceptions. The data takes effect with no need to restart or reset the subracks or boards. There is no need to reset the BSC6810 or to reload the data.RNC V200R010 Product Description Online data configuration In online data configuration mode. they work in active/standby mode. This avoids disrupting ongoing services. either on the LMT or on the M2000. Configuration Data Query The BSC6810 supports the object-based query of configuration data. The data on the standby OMUa is synchronized with that on the active OMUa. Thus. Dynamic Batch Data Configuration The BSC6810 supports dynamic configuration of data in batches. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 34 of 65 . thus improving reliability of the BSC6810. Data Backup When two OMUa boards are configured. Online Reconfiguration of the RINT and Backup Mode The BSC6810 supports online reconfiguration of the RINT and of the board and port redundancy mode. data configuration on the LMT and that on the M2000 are not allowed at the same time. The BSC6810 supports automatic and manual data backup. It provides a data backup and recovery tool. After the BSC6810 switches to the online mode. such as NodeB reparent and change of interface board types. the batch data configuration scripts are executed when the BSC6810 is offline. The configuration is allowed on only one configuration console at a time. With the control. only one user has the right to perform data configuration for the BSC6810 at any time. that is. you can perform rollback to restore the configurations quickly. This ensures proper running of the BSC6810. Data Validity Check The BSC6810 can check the integrity and consistency of configuration data. dynamic batch data configuration improves efficiency.

and BAM Physical transmission resource objects. such as boards.broadband (MTP3-b) links. subrack reset. These functions are described in the following topics.RNC V200R010 Product Description Dynamic Assignment of IP Addresses to a NodeB When ATM transport is applied to the Iub interface. Message Transfer Part level 3 . In addition.3 Maintenance Management The BSC6810 provides certain functions for maintenance management. Compared with BOOTP. and the time when the status changes. DHCP is compatible with BOOTP. clocks. and subsystem reset Query of board reset causes Hot swap Setting of boards to the out-of-service state for troubleshooting Query of board status and version information Board self-detection and board diagnosis test Query of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) usage of a board subsystem Forced active/standby board switchover initiated on the LMT Object Status Query The BSC6810 supports the query of the status of certain objects. optical ports. the BSC6810 uses the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to automatically assign the OM IP address to the NodeB. including equipment reset. The objects are as follows: Equipment objects. such as E1/T1 links.3. Board Maintenance The BSC6810 supports the following board maintenance functions: Resets on different levels. such as cells and channels Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 35 of 65 . NodeB Control Ports (NCPs). the BSC6810 uses the Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) to automatically assign the OM IP address to a NodeB. When IP transport is applied to the Iub interface. board reset. Network Parameter Setting The radio network parameters of the BSC6810 are of two types: RNC-oriented and cell-oriented. such as Signaling ATM Adaptation Layer (SAAL) links. IMA links. Digital Signal Processors (DSPs). such as PPP links and MLPPP links Logical transmission resource objects. subsystems. the reasons for status changes. IP paths. DHCP has relatively powerful functions. AAL2 paths. Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) links. They can adapt to different radio environments. and Communication Control Ports (CCPs) Radio resource objects. and UNI links IP transport links. 4.

it is unavailable. NodeB Blocking and Unblocking The BSC6810 can block a NodeB by deactivating all the cells controlled by this NodeB. UNI links. The measurement results can be used to analyze the general serving states of NodeBs or cells. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 36 of 65 . and deactivation of Signaling System No. all the connections to the cell are released. Logical Link Maintenance The BSC6810 supports the following logical link maintenance functions: Status query. Measurement of Out-of-Service NodeBs or Cells If a NodeB or cell is out of service. inhibit and uninhibit of destination signaling points. and the cell becomes unavailable. and IMA links Loopback test ATM F5 end-to-end detection SS7 Signaling Point Maintenance The BSC6810 supports maintenance of SS7 signaling points. unblocking. The BSC6810 supports the measurement of out-of-service duration and out-of-service ratio. Physical Link Maintenance The BSC6810 supports the status query and loopback test of physical links. Cell Blocking and Unblocking The BSC6810 can block or unblock cells.RNC V200R010 Product Description Panel Emulation The emulated panel on the LMT interface can display the status of boards. 7 (SS7) signaling links Status query of SAAL links and SCTP links Query about the status of IP traffic channels. external physical ports. and reset of AAL2 traffic channels Status query and reset of PPP links. the cell recovers to be available. activation. and DSPs. blocking. After it is unblocked. The maintenance includes query. The BSC6810 can also unblock a NodeB by activating all of the cells controlled by this NodeB. and MLPPP groups Status query of IMA groups. and dynamic adjustment of the IP bandwidth Status query. When a cell is blocked. MLPPP links. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) on boards.

and common NodeBs are offered preferentially to VIP cells and VIP NodeBs.3. Physical layer fault detection covers the following aspects: Local E1 loopback test Remote E1 loopback test E1 Bit Error Rate (BER) test E1 loopback detection E1 misconnection test SDH loopback detection FE/GE port fault detection Data link layer fault detection covers the following aspects: AAL2 path fault detection IP path fault detection SAAL fault detection SCTP fault detection PPP/MLPPP misconnection test NodeB OM IP over ATM (IPoA) fault detection Iu-PS IPoA fault detection Virtual Connect Link (VCL) CC Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 37 of 65 . common cells. so that the maintenance engineers can identify faults rapidly and rectify them efficiently. Service guarantee means providing special network planning and configuration for VIP cells and NodeBs. Thus. the VIP cells and NodeBs can run stably with high quality of service. The resources shared between VIP cells.4 Fault Detection The BSC6810 provides physical layer fault detection. and other fault detection. so that they can provide better services. Provision of OM Channels for the NodeBs The BSC6810 provides the following OM channels for NodeBs: Transparent OM channels. Remote Maintenance The BSC6810 supports remote maintenance by allowing remote access through the Internet or Virtual Private Network (VPN). VIP NodeBs. through which you can operate and maintain NodeBs on the LMT of the BSC6810 or on the M2000 Reverse OM channels. through which you can operate and maintain other NodeBs on the local NodeB 4.RNC V200R010 Product Description Guarantee for VIP Cells and NodeBs The BSC6810 can provide OM guarantee and service guarantee for VIP cells and NodeBs. OM guarantee means monitoring VIP cells and NodeBs through detailed monitoring items on a specific interface. data link layer fault detection.

The BSC6810 can store the history alarm information generated in the past 90 days and at most 100.6 Alarm Management The BSC6810 provides advanced fault diagnosis and handling methods. and store alarm information. a measurement item can be included in both a normal-period task and a short-period task. Alarm Masking The BSC6810 allows you to mask derivative alarms to reduce the number of the reported alarms. Alarm Processing You can browse alarm information in real time. and the other is the short period whose duration is 5 minutes. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 38 of 65 . The online help provides detailed troubleshooting methods for each alarm.3. the BSC6810 supports two measurement periods.000 alarms. that is. One is the normal period whose duration is 30 minutes.RNC V200R010 Product Description Other fault detection covers the following aspects: Inter-Process Communication (IPC) connectivity check Cell common channel fault detection RFN fault detection Clock fault detection Board loading control fault detection 4.5 Performance Management The BSC6810 provides various performance counters for the upper-layer Network Management System (NMS) to facilitate performance analysis and network optimization.3. query history alarm information. You can register various performance measurement tasks on the M2000. and reports valid alarms to the user. performs relevance analysis of alarms raised from the host. Alarm Filtering The BSC6810 can filter the alarms of a specific object. These functions are described in the following topics. 4. By default. the alarms of this object are not sent to the alarm management system. The BSC6810 provides certain functions for maintenance management. The latter is used to monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in real time. If an object is filtered. The BSC6810 can store measurement results generated in the past 72 hours. A measurement item supports both measurement periods.

See specifics as follows: If the files are consistent. the board loads the files from the BAM and updates the files in the flash memory of the active workspace on the board.RNC V200R010 Product Description Alarm Indication When a fault alarm is generated. and audible and visible indications on the alarm box. If the files are inconsistent. link performance. the board loads the files from its flash memory. 4. The BSC6810 can monitor the following cell performance: Pilot transmit (TX) power of the Primary Common Pilot Channel (P-CPICH) UL Received Total Wideband Power (RTWP) DL frequency TX power Number of UEs. including CPU usage. audible indication of the terminal. the BSC6810 can notify you in the following ways: blinking of the icon. and HSUPA UEs Node synchronization UL CAC DL CAC UL equivalent number of users DL equivalent number of users Usage of the code tree Minimum High Speed Downlink Shared Channel (HS-DSCH) power requirement Bit rate provided by the HS-DSCH Bit rate provided by the Enhanced Dedicated Channel (E-DCH) Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 39 of 65 .3. including UEs on Dedicated Channels (DCHs). UEs on common channels. so as to ensure the program and data consistency. connection performance.3. Classified Alarm Management The BSC6810 supports classified management of alarms raised from normal cells and NodeBs and from abnormal ones. The latter can be the following cells and NodeBs: those under commissioning and those not put into use.8 Status Monitoring The BSC6810 can monitor in real time the system status. and board resources.7 Loading Management The following modes are available for loading program files and data files onto boards of the BSC6810: Loading from the flash memories of the boards Loading from the BAM The mode of loading program files and data files onto a board depends on the consistency between the files in the flash memory of the board and those in the BAM. 4. cell performance. HSDPA UEs.

that is.3.RNC V200R010 Product Description The BSC6810 can monitor the following connection performance: Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) and receive (RX) signal code power of a cell Measurement value of Signal-to-Interference Ratio (SIR) of a UL radio link set SIR target of a UL radio link set SIR error value of a UL radio link set Block Error Rate (BLER) of a UL transport channel BLER of a DL transport channel DL code TX power UE TX power BER of a UL physical channel UL traffic volume DL traffic volume UL throughput and bandwidth DL throughput and bandwidth Handover delay Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) mode The BSC6810 can monitor the following link performance: IMA groups UNI links Fractional ATM links SAAL links IPoA Permanent Virtual Channels (PVCs) IP path QoS AAL2 paths IP paths FE/GE traffic Traffic on PPP links Traffic on MLPPP groups Traffic on SCTP links The BSC6810 can monitor the board resource. the license. 4.9 Message Tracing The BSC6810 can perform the following types of message tracing: Message tracing on standard interfaces Protocol message tracing on the transport layer Call tracing Tracing on missed neighboring cell configuration Cell message tracing Intra-system inter-module message tracing Message tracing on the serial port after redirection Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 40 of 65 .

In addition. The BSC6810 also provides a tool called Trace Viewer.10 Log Management Various logs are available for you to know the running state of the BSC6810 and to troubleshoot faults. Online Patching The BSC6810 supports online patching without disrupting ongoing services. which. Patching the host of the BSC6810 The patches are specific for DSPs and .11 Software Management The BSC6810 provides certain functions for software management. Remote Patching The BSC6810 supports remote patching. which guarantees the stability of the system. which can reduce human interference and errors.3. These functions are described in the following topics. Patches are provided in patch packages. it supports version rollback. The BSC6810 provides the following logs: Operation log: records the operation information of operators in real time. the BSC6810 provides automatic upgrade tools. which facilitates problem identification. 4. is exported to the BAM for problem identification. partially one-push solution to facilitate the upgrade. is exported to the BAM for problem identification. in some cases. The BSC6810 supports totally and. Subscriber log: records the calling procedure information. Cell log: records the cell procedure information. Running log: records the running information of the BSC6810 in real time.3. Querying all the patches on the BSC6810 through MML commands Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 41 of 65 .bin program files. in case of calling failure. in case of cell abnormality. which allows you to view the stored messages. which. 4. Remote Upgrade The BSC6810 supports remote upgrade. In addition.RNC V200R010 Product Description IP tracing Call Data Tracing (CDT) CellDT message tracing Location message tracing The function of message tracing is integrated into the LMT. You can upgrade it on a remote terminal. You can perform the following operations on a remote terminal: Patching the BAM The patches include Windows operating system patches of hotfix type and BAM software patches.

the new board can automatically load programs. Scheduled Task Processing The BSC6810 supports scheduled tasks. Online Help The BSC6810 provides the GUI-based online help. Online Expansion You can expand the capacity of the BSC6810 by adding RBSs or service processing boards. The system will automatically run the commands at the preset time. and enter the serving state. obtain intra-system connection data and configuration data.RNC V200R010 Product Description Online Upgrade of BIOS The BSC6810 supports online upgrade of the Basic Input Output System (BIOS). You can preset commands in the system. Batch Command Processing The BSC6810 supports the editing and modification of commands in batches. After startup. It can load BootROM software onto boards through MML commands without disrupting ongoing services. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 42 of 65 .

Dynamic sharing of resources in the system The DPUb boards and DSPs work in resource pool mode. The active and standby GCUa/GCGa boards are connected to the active and standby SCUa boards through the Y-shaped cables. the BSC6810 can keep on working in case of CPU overload and resource congestion. In this way. that is. thus preventing inter-plane switchover and cascading switchover and improving the reliability of intra-system communication. Dual planes for timing signal transmission The BSC6810 provides the dual planes for transmission of timing signals between the GCUa/GCGa and SCUa boards. This function allows data backup in case of link failure. and radio resource load of the system. so as to fulfill inter-subrack sharing of user plane resources and intra. The MPU in a subrack manages and allocates all the user plane resources within the subrack to fulfill intra-subrack sharing of user plane resources.and inter-subrack sharing of control plane resources. Port trunking SCUa boards support port trunking.1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: System Reliability Hardware Reliability Software Reliability 5. the system reliability is enhanced. This connection mode ensures proper working of the timing signals for the system if a single-point failure Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 43 of 65 . the MPU forwards Radio Resource Control (RRC) connection requests to other subracks. all the DSPs in a subrack work as a resource pool. traffic over each interface. Thus.RNC V200R010 Product Description 5 Reliability 5.2 System Reliability The system reliability design of the BSC6810 takes into account the following techniques: Load control The system performs load control based on the CPU usage. In case of overload.

Therefore. In addition. Transmission port backup − − − Unchannelized optical ports support MSP 1:1 or MSP 1+1 redundancy. This technology protects the clock precision from the influence of the aging of the crystal oscillators and ensures long-term stability and reliability of the system clock. Crystal Aging Compensation technology The BSC6810 adopts the Huawei-patented Crystal Aging Compensation technology to compensate for frequency deviation caused by the aging of temperature-constant crystal oscillators. FE or GE ports support port backup and load sharing between the ports. The hardware reliability design of the BSC6810 takes into account the following techniques: The system uses the multi-level cascaded and distributed cluster control mode. the BSC6810 improves the reliability and maintainability by optimizing the fault detection and isolation techniques for boards and the whole system. the BSC6810 provides the OM dual planes. Channelized optical ports support MSP 1:1 backup. Several CPUs form a cluster processing system. the system has great error tolerance. OM dual planes To improve the reliability of OM channels. and dual main control boards. This improves the reliability and availability of the power system. or SCUa. The system uses the redundancy design. including dual OMUa boards.3 Hardware Reliability The BSC6810 adopts the reliability design such as board and port backup and load sharing. The communication channels between modules are based on the backup design or anti-suspension/breakdown design. dual Ethernet adapters. to support hot swap of boards and backup of important modules. In addition. The failed supply can be restored without a power cut. All these improve the reliability of transmission. Each module has distinct functions.RNC V200R010 Product Description occurs to the GCUa/GCGa. Dual –48 V power supplies The two independent –48 V power supplies operate at the same time to ensure normal operations in case either of them fails. with the Y-shaped cable. cable. Table 5-1 Parts redundancy Part GCUa/GCGa SCUa SPUa Redundancy Mode Board redundancy Board redundancy + port trunking on GE ports Board redundancy Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 44 of 65 . switchover between GCUa/GCGa boards does not affect the SCUa boards. 5. as shown in Table 5-1.

The reason is that the check mechanism ensures the release of this resource and the output of logs and alarms. restarting the system might clear the fault. These methods ensure the high stability and reliability for long-term operation. The BSC6810 derives this ability from the following aspects: Regular check of key resources Usage check is provided for various software resources in the system. the system features high integration. the whole system can keep on working in case of software failure. If a resource is unavailable because of a software error. In other words. With advanced integrated circuits. Then another board in the resource pool will process the subsequent services. 5. This indicates that the system has self-healing ability. After the system finds a faulty board in the resource pool. the isolation mechanism transfers the services to another entity for processing. All the parts of the system pass the aging test. The process of hardware assembly is strictly controlled.RNC V200R010 Product Description Part DPUb AOUa POUa UOIa FG2a GOUa GE port on the FG2a or GOUa FE port on the FG2a OMUa Redundancy Mode Board resource pool Board redundancy + MSP 1:1 optical port redundancy Board redundancy + MSP 1:1 or MSP 1+1 optical port redundancy Board redundancy + MSP 1:1 or MSP 1+1 optical port redundancy Board redundancy Board redundancy Port redundancy or load sharing Port redundancy or load sharing Board redundancy When an entity fails. the unavailability lasts only a short time. Faults at one BIOS do not affect startup or operation of the boards. good technology. All boards support dual-BIOS. The system uses the non-volatile memory to store important data. and high reliability. Task monitoring Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 45 of 65 . it isolates the board.4 Software Reliability The error tolerance ability of the software system indicates the software reliability. When a board with a single function fails.

You can use the operation log to identify and clear errors or faults caused by operations.RNC V200R010 Product Description During the running of software. and the standby workspace stores the version files except those in the active workspace. The active workspace stores the current version files. Flow control The BSC6810 automatically controls the flows on the Iub. Dual versions The boards of the BSC6810 have active/standby workspaces. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 46 of 65 . the BSC6810 monitors the internal errors of all software and some hardware faults. If a DPUb board is faulty. Data backup The BAM data and FAM data can be backed up. Switchover between the active and standby workspaces can be performed to upgrade or roll back the RNC version. if any. Load sharing The FG2a and GOUa boards support inter-board load sharing between ports. Iur. It then reports the errors and faults to the OM system. Data check The system is able to perform regular or event-driven check for data consistency and export the related log records and alarms. the active and standby workspaces facilitate the upgrade of and rollback for the RNC and greatly reduce the time of service disruption caused by the upgrade. other DPUb boards in the same subrack take over the services carried on the faulty board. Storage of operation information The BSC6810 records the operations that you perform and saves the records in the operation log. The DPUb boards work in resource pool mode. and Iu interfaces to avoid overload caused by heavy traffic. so that the reliability and consistency of the data are ensured. Therefore.

Table 6-1 Performance specifications Item Maximum number of cabinets Maximum number of subracks BHCA Maximum voice traffic PS throughput (UL + DL) Maximum number of NodeBs Specification 2. 1 RSR and 1 RBR 6.000 (calculated on the basis of Huawei traffic model) 51. 1 RSS and 5 RBSs 1.700 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 47 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description 6 Technical Specifications 6.360.264 Mbit/s 1.1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: Performance Specifications Transmission Port Specifications GPS Feeder Specifications Reliability Specifications Structural Specifications Electrical Specifications Power Consumption in Typical Configurations Clock Precision Specifications Noise and Safety Compliance Environmental Protection Specifications International Protection Specifications Environmental Requirements 6.2 Performance Specifications Table 6-1 describes the performance specifications for the BSC6810.000 Erlang (calculated on the basis of Huawei traffic model) 3. that is. that is.

and Iu interfaces. The UOIa provides 4 unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c optical ports for ATM transport on the Iub.1 ITU-T I. Iur. and Iu interfaces.432.2 FE IEEE 802. Iur. Iur.957 Channelized STM-1/OC-3 ITU-T I. Table 6-2 Transmission port specifications Transmission Type Standard Board or Port Type AEUa E1/T1 ITU-T G.3 GE optical port on the GOUa LC/PC The GOUa provides 2 GE optical ports for IP transport on the Iub. The POUa provides 2 channelized STM-1/OC-3 optical ports for IP transport on the Iub interface. and Iu interfaces.100 6. UOIa LC/PC The UOIa provides 4 unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c optical ports for IP transport on the Iub. ITU-T G.432. The AOUa provides 2 channelized STM-1/OC-3 optical ports for ATM transport on the Iub interface.432. The PEUa provides 32 E1s/T1s for IP transport on the Iub interface.432.1 ITU-T I. FE port on the FG2a GE electrical port on the FG2a GE IEEE 802.RNC V200R010 Product Description Item Maximum number of cells Specification 5. The FG2a provides 2 GE electrical ports for IP transport on the Iub. and Iu interfaces. RJ45 The FG2a provides 8 FE ports for IP transport on the Iub.2 AOUa LC/PC POUa LC/PC ITU-T G.703/G. Iur.957 Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c ITU-T I.3 Transmission Port Specifications Table 6-2 describes the transmission port specifications for the BSC6810.3 RJ45 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 48 of 65 . and Iu interfaces.704 PEUa DB44 Connector Type DB44 Remarks The AEUa provides 32 E1s/T1s for ATM transport on the Iub interface. Iur.

5 Reliability Specifications Table 6-3 describes the reliability specifications for the BSC6810. Table 6-3 Reliability specifications Item System inherent availability Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) System restarting time Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) Specification ƒ 99.200 mm (height) x 600 mm (width) x 800 mm (depth) N68-21-N cabinet: 2.133 mm (height) x 600 mm Dimensions of a cabinet Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 49 of 65 .4 GPS Feeder Specifications The BSC6810 provides GPS feeders that meet the following specifications: Length of the GPS feeder 100 m 300 m 500 m 100 m < length of the GPS feeder 300 m < length of the GPS feeder 6.6 Structural Specifications Table 6-4 describes the structural specifications for the BSC6810.RNC V200R010 Product Description The maximum transmission distances of different port types are as follows: E1/T1 port: 500 m STM-1 port: 15 km FE port: 100 m GE electrical port on the FG2a: 100 m GE optical port on the GOUa: 10 km 6. Table 6-4 Structural specifications Item Cabinet standard Specification The structural design conforms to the IEC60297 standard and IEEE standard. N68E-22 cabinet: 2.700 h 10 min 1h 6.999% ƒ 347.

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Specification (width) x 800 mm (depth)

Height of the available space in a cabinet Weight of a single cabinet Load bearing capacity of the equipment room

N68E-22 cabinet: 46 U N68-21-N cabinet: 44 U N68E-22 cabinet: N68-21-N cabinet: ƒ 450 kg/m2 350 kg 410 kg

6.7 Electrical Specifications
Table 6-5 describes the electrical specifications for the BSC6810. Table 6-5 Electrical specifications Item Power supply Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) RSS power consumption RBS power consumption Power consumption of the RSR in full configuration Power consumption of the RBR in full configuration Specification –48 V DC power Input voltage range: –40 V to –57 V Meets the requirements in ETSI EN300 386 and Council directive 89/336/EEC 1,530 W 1,540 W 4,650 W 4,660 W

6.8 Power Consumption in Typical Configurations
Table 6-6 describes the specifications for power consumption of the BSC6810 in typical configurations.

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Table 6-6 Power consumption of the BSC6810 in typical configurations Number of Subracks Iu/Iur/Iub ATM Optical Transport with Ports in Redundancy 1,570 W 3,110 W 4,650 W 6,230 W 7,770 W 9,310 W Iu/Iur/Iub GE Optical Transport with Ports Not in Redundancy 1,260 W 2,400 W 3,540 W 4,720 W 5,860 W 7,000 W Voice Traffic (Erlang) 6,000 15,000 24,000 33,000 42,000 51,000 (UL + DL) PS Throughput (Mbit/s) 384 960 1,536 2,112 2,688 3,264 Number of Cells

1 RSS 1 RSS + 1 RBS 1 RSS + 2 RBSs 1 RSS + 3 RBSs 1 RSS + 4 RBSs 1 RSS + 5 RBSs

600 1,500 2,400 3,300 4,200 5,100

6.9 Clock Precision Specifications
The precision of the clock for the BSC6810 meets the associated requirements of the stratum 3 clock.

6.10 Noise and Safety Compliance
Table 6-7 describes the noise and safety compliance for the BSC6810. Table 6-7 Noise and safety compliance Item Noise Specification < 72 dB; fulfilling the requirements in EUROPEAN ETS 300 753 Fulfilling the requirements in: IEC 60950 EN 60950 Safety UL60950 IEC 60825-1 IEC 60825-2 AS/NZS 60950-1 GB4943-2001

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6.11 Environmental Protection Specifications
The environmental protection specifications for the BSC6810 are as follows: RoHS: Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE: The EU Directive on Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment

6.12 International Protection Specifications
The BSC6810 reaches the protection degree of IP50.

6.13 Environmental Requirements
The storage, transportation, and working environments of the BSC6810 conform to the following standards: GB2423.1-1989 GB2423.2-1989 GB2423.4-1993 GB2423.22-1987 GB/T13543 ETS 300 019 NEBS GR-63-core

6.13.1 Storage Environment
The BSC6810 has storage requirements for climate, waterproofing conditions, biological environment, air purity, and mechanical stress.

Climatic Requirements
Table 6-8 describes the climatic requirements for storing the BSC6810. Table 6-8 Climatic requirements for storing the BSC6810 Item Temperature Temperature change rate Relative humidity Altitude Air pressure Solar radiation Thermal radiation Specification –40° to +70° C C 1° C/min 10% to 100% RH 5,000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa 1,120 W/m² 600 W/m²

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ensure that: The package is intact. The density of physically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-9. such as water from automatic fire protection devices or the air conditioner.0 300 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 53 of 65 . conductive. there is no water that may damage the equipment. The density of chemically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-10. Waterproofing measures are taken to prevent rainwater from entering the package. Table 6-9 Storage requirements for physically active materials Physically Active Material Suspended dust Falling dust Sand Unit mg/m³ mg/m²·h mg/m³ Density 5. If the equipment has to be placed outdoors. or corrosive dust. There is no water on the floor or any water entering the package. There is no water on the ground or any water entering the package. Biological Requirements The biological requirements for storing the BSC6810 are as follows: No fungus or mildew may grow in the equipment room or near the equipment.RNC V200R010 Product Description Item Wind speed Specification 30 m/s Waterproofing Requirements The waterproofing requirements for storing the BSC6810 are as follows: The equipment is usually stored in a room. In the equipment room. such as rats. Air Purity Requirements The air purity requirements for storing the BSC6810 are as follows: The air is free from explosive. The package is not exposed to direct sunlight. magnetically conductive.00 20. The place is free from rodents.

00 0.05 Mechanical Stress Requirements Table 6-11 describes the mechanical stress requirements for storing the BSC6810.10 0.50 1.30 0. Table 6-11 Mechanical stress requirements for storing the BSC6810 Item Sub-item Offset Sinusoidal vibration Accelerated speed Frequency range Impact response spectrum II Static payload – 2 Hz to 9 Hz 250 m/s² 5 kPa Specification 7.RNC V200R010 Product Description Physically Active Material Note: Suspended dust: diameter Falling dust: 75 µm Sand: 150 µm diameter 75 µm Unit Density diameter 150 µm 1.000 µm Table 6-10 Storage requirements for physically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3 Unit mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ Density 0.01 0.10 0.0 m/s² 9 Hz to 200 Hz Unsteady impact Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 54 of 65 .0 mm – 20.10 0.

Table 6-12 Climatic requirements for transporting the BSC6810 Item Temperature Temperature change rate Relative humidity Altitude Air pressure Solar radiation Thermal radiation Wind speed Specification –40° to +70° C C 3° C/min 5% to 100% RH 5.120 W/ m² 600 W/ m² 30 m/s Waterproofing Requirements The waterproofing requirements for transporting the BSC6810 are as follows: The package is intact.000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa 1. Static payload: capability of the equipment in package to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method 6. air purity.RNC V200R010 Product Description Item Sub-item Specification Note: Impact response spectrum: maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under specified impact excitation Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms.13. and mechanical stress. Biological Requirements The biological requirements for transporting the BSC6810 are as follows: No fungus or mildew may grow in the vehicle. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 55 of 65 . Waterproofing measures are taken to prevent rainwater from entering the package. The inside of the vehicle is completely dry.2 Transportation Environment The BSC6810 has transportation requirements for climate. Climatic Requirements Table 6-12 describes the climatic requirements for transporting the BSC6810. biological environment. waterproofing conditions.

10 0.000 µm Table 6-14 Transportation requirements for chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3 Unit mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ Density 0. The density of physically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-13.50 1. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 56 of 65 .05 Mechanical Stress Requirements Table 6-15 describes the mechanical stress requirements for transporting the BSC6810.01 0.0 100 Note: Suspended dust: diameter 75 µm Falling dust: 75 µm diameter 150 µm Sand: 150 µm diameter 1. such as rats.10 0. The density of chemically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-14. magnetically conductive.00 0.10 0.30 0. Table 6-13 Transportation requirements for physically active materials Physically Active Material Suspended dust Falling dust Sand Unit mg/m³ mg/m²·h mg/m³ Density No requirement 3.RNC V200R010 Product Description The place is free from rodents. conductive. Air Purity Requirements The air purity requirements for transporting the BSC6810 are as follows: The air is free from explosive. or corrosive dust.

5 m above the floor and 0. air purity. and mechanical stress.3 Working Environment The BSC6810 has working environment requirements for climate. biological environment.0 m/s² 200 Hz to 500 Hz 1 m²/s³ 200 Hz to 500 Hz Random vibration Unsteady impact Note: Impact response spectrum: maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under specified impact excitation Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms.4 m in front of the equipment. Table 6-16 Temperature and humidity requirements for operating the BSC6810 Temperature Normal 0° to 45° C C Safe –5° to +55° C C Relative Humidity Normal 5% to 85% RH Safe 5% to 95% RH Note: The values are measured 1.13. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 57 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description Table 6-15 Mechanical stress requirements for transporting the BSC6810 Item Sub-item Offset Sinusoidal vibration Accelerated speed Frequency range Spectrum density of accelerated speed Frequency range Impact response spectrum II Static payload – 2 Hz to 9 Hz 10 m²/s³ 2 Hz to 9 Hz 300 m/s² 10 kPa Specification 7. Static payload: capability of the equipment in package to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method 6.0 m/s² 9 Hz to 200 Hz 3 m²/s³ 9 Hz to 200 Hz – 40. Safe refers to continuous operation for not more than 96 hours or accumulated operation for not more than 15 days in a year.5 mm – 20. without protective panels in front of or behind the cabinet. Climatic Requirements Table 6-16 and Table 6-17 describe the climatic requirements for operating the BSC6810.

000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa 3° C/min 700 W/m² 600 W/m² 5 m/s Biological Requirements The biological requirements for operating the BSC6810 are as follows: No fungus or mildew may grow in the area where the equipment is operated. or corrosive dust. The place is free from rodents.RNC V200R010 Product Description Table 6-17 Other climatic requirements for operating the BSC6810 Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature change rate Solar radiation Thermal radiation Wind speed Specification 4. such as rats.006 0. conductive. magnetically conductive.05 Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 58 of 65 . The density of chemically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-19. Table 6-18 Working environment requirements for physically active materials Physically Active Material Dust particles Unit Particles/m³ Density 3 x 104 (no visible dust on the desktop within three days) Note: Dust particles: diameter ƒ 5 µm Table 6-19 Working environment requirements for chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 H2S NH3 Unit mg/m³ mg/m³ mg/m³ Density 0. The density of physically active materials must meet the requirements listed in Table 6-18.20 0. Air Purity Requirements The air purity requirements for operating the BSC6810 are as follows: The air is free from explosive.

5mm – 10. Static payload: capability of the equipment in package to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 59 of 65 .0 m/s² 9 Hz to 200 Hz Unsteady impact Note: Impact response spectrum: maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under specified impact excitation Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms. Table 6-20 Mechanical stress requirements for operating the BSC6810 Item Sub-item Offset Sinusoidal vibration Accelerated speed Frequency range Impact response spectrum II Static payload 0 – 2 Hz to 9 Hz 100 m/s² Specification 3.01 Mechanical Stress Requirements Table 6-20 describes the mechanical stress requirements for operating the BSC6810.RNC V200R010 Product Description Chemically Active Material Cl2 Unit mg/m³ Density 0.

Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 60 of 65 . An aisle of at least 1.000 mm wide. The distance between the wall and the side/front/back of a cabinet that is closest to the wall is not less than 800 mm. The aisle between two rows of cabinets is at least 1.000 mm in width is reserved in the equipment room. adhere to the following principles: The height of the equipment room is not less than 3.2 Hardware Installation During hardware installation. The height refers to the distance between the lowest level of the ceiling and the highest position of the floor.RNC V200R010 Product Description 7 Installation 7.000 mm.1 About This Chapter This chapter consists of the following sections: Hardware Installation Software Installation 7. Do not install the cabinet against the wall.

The BSC6810 does not support back-to-back installation of cabinets. Before delivery. The BSC6810 supports both front and back maintenance." 7. Figure 7-1 Equipment room floor plan (unit: mm) ≥ 800 ≥ 800 ≥ 1000 ≥ 800 ≥ 800 The BSC6810 supports both overhead and underfloor cabling.13 "Environmental Requirements. Interconnect the cabinets side by side if necessary. Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 61 of 65 .3 Software Installation The software can be easily installed on the engineering site.RNC V200R010 Product Description Figure 7-1 shows the equipment room floor plan. You need to install only the BAM software and LMT software during either initial installation or upgrade. plenty of internal data is automatically generated or configured. refer to section 6. For details about the environmental requirements of the BSC6810.

RNC V200R010 Product Description A 2G 3G 3GPP AAL2 AAL5 AMR ARP ATM BAM BE BER BFD BHCA BIOS BITS BLER BOOTP CAC CBC CC CCP CDT CN Acronyms and Abbreviations The Second Generation The Third Generation Third Generation Partnership Project ATM Adaptation Layer type 2 ATM Adaptation Layer type 5 Adaptive Multi Rate Address Resolution Protocol Asynchronous Transfer Mode Back Administration Module Best Effort Bit Error Rate Bidirectional Forwarding Detection Busy Hour Call Attempt Basic Input Output System Building Integrated Timing Supply System Block Error Rate Bootstrap Protocol Call Admission Control Cell Broadcast Center Continuous Check Communication Control Port Call Data Tracing Core Network Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 62 of 65 .

Telecommunication Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 63 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description CPU CS DC DCH DHCP DL DSP E-DCH EMC EMS ETS ETSI FAM FE FP FP MUX FTP GBR GE GPRS GPS GTP-U GUI HSDPA HS-DSCH HSUPA IEEE IMA IMS IP IPC IPoA ITU-T Central Processing Unit Circuit Switched Direct Current Dedicated Channel Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Downlink Digital Signal Processor Enhanced Dedicated Channel Electromagnetic Compatibility Element Management System European Telecommunication Standard European Telecommunications Standards Institute Front Administration Module Fast Ethernet Frame Protocol Frame Protocol Multiplexing File Transfer Protocol Guaranteed Bit Rate Gigabit Ethernet General Packet Radio Service Global Positioning System GPRS Tunneling Protocol for User Plane Graphic User Interface High Speed Downlink Packet Access High Speed Downlink Shared Channel High Speed Uplink Packet Access Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inverse Multiplexing on ATM IP Multimedia Subsystem Internet Protocol Inter-Process Communication Internet Protocols over ATM International Telecommunication Union .

broadband Mean Time To Repair NodeB Application Protocol NodeB Control Port Network Element Network Management System Operation and Maintenance Platform of Advanced Radio Controller Primary Common Pilot Channel Packet Data Convergence Protocol Point-to-Point Protocol Packet Switched Permanent Virtual Channel Quality of Service Radio Access Network Application Part RNC Business Rack RNC Business Subrack RNC Frame Number Radio Link Control Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 64 of 65 .RNC V200R010 Product Description Standardization Sector KPI LAN LED LMT MAC MBMS MDC MGW MLPPP MML MSC MSP MTBF MTP3-b MTTR NBAP NCP NE NMS OM PARC P-CPICH PDCP PPP PS PVC QoS RANAP RBR RBS RFN RLC Key Performance Indicator Local Area Network Light Emitting Diode Local Maintenance Terminal Medium Access Control Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service Macro Diversity Combining Media Gateway Multilink PPP Man Machine Language Mobile Switching Center Multiplex Section Protection Mean Time Between Failures Message Transfer Part level 3 .

RNC V200R010 Product Description RNC RNSAP RRC RRM RSR RSS RTWP RX SAAL SABP SCTP SDH SGSN SIR SNR SRNS SS7 SSL STM-1 TDM TX UDP UE UL UMTS UTRAN VCL VLAN VoIP VPN WCDMA Radio Network Controller Radio Network Subsystem Application Part Radio Resource Control Radio Resource Management RNC Switching Rack RNC Switching Subrack Received Total Wideband Power Receiver/Reception/Receive Signaling ATM Adaptation Layer Service Area Broadcast Protocol Stream Control Transmission Protocol Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Serving GPRS Support Node Signal-to-Interference Ratio Signal-to-Noise Ratio Serving Radio Network System Signaling System Number 7 Security Socket Protocol Synchronous Transport Mode-1 Time Division Multiplexing Transmitter/Transmit User Datagram Protocol User Equipment Uplink Universal Mobile Telecommunications System Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network Virtual Connect Link Virtual Local Area Network Voice over IP Virtual Private Network Wideband Code Division Multiple Access Issue 02 (2008-03-30) Commercial in Confidence Page 65 of 65 .

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