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Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit V400R006

User Guide

Issue Date

03 2008-11-30

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Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide

Contents

Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................1 1 Safety Information.....................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Safety Precautions...........................................................................................................................................1-1 1.2 Electricity Safety.............................................................................................................................................1-3 1.3 Inflammable Environment...............................................................................................................................1-5 1.4 Battery.............................................................................................................................................................1-5 1.5 Radiation.........................................................................................................................................................1-7 1.6 Working at Heights.........................................................................................................................................1-9 1.7 Mechanical Safety.........................................................................................................................................1-11 1.8 Others............................................................................................................................................................1-12

2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900..............................................................................2-1
2.1 Structure of the BBU3900...............................................................................................................................2-2 2.1.1 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900.............................................................................................2-2 2.1.2 Functional Structure of the BBU3900....................................................................................................2-5 2.1.3 Physical Ports of the BBU3900..............................................................................................................2-6 2.1.4 Technical Specifications of the BBU3900.............................................................................................2-8 2.2 Components of the BBU3900.........................................................................................................................2-9 2.2.1 CMPT...................................................................................................................................................2-10 2.2.2 HCPM...................................................................................................................................................2-14 2.2.3 HECM..................................................................................................................................................2-16 2.2.4 UPEU...................................................................................................................................................2-19 2.2.5 FAN......................................................................................................................................................2-20 2.2.6 UTRP....................................................................................................................................................2-22 2.2.7 UELP....................................................................................................................................................2-25 2.2.8 UFLP....................................................................................................................................................2-26 2.2.9 USCU...................................................................................................................................................2-27 2.3 BBU3900 Cables...........................................................................................................................................2-29 2.3.1 PGND Cable of the BBU3900.............................................................................................................2-30 2.3.2 Power Cable of the BBU3900..............................................................................................................2-31 2.3.3 E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900..............................................................................................................2-32 2.3.4 BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable...................................................................2-37 2.3.5 FE Cable of the BBU3900...................................................................................................................2-38 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. i

............................................................................2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch cabinet.......................................................................................................4-23 4...........................................................7 Scenario 4: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Rack.....................1.............4-22 4..........4-9 4..............................................1..................................3....................................................................................................................................7............................................................3 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the APM30.................................................3-8 3.............................................................................3-10 3.....4 SLPU............................................................3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout.......................................2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch Rack..........................................4-38 4.........1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Cabinet.................................................................................3 Installing the SLPU on the Indoor Installation Rack (Optional)...................................4-21 4...............................4-3 4...Contents Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2.......................6..............4 Connection Relations of BBU3900 Cables..........2-40 2........................................................4-5 4... Ltd..................2 Preparations for Installing the BBU3900................................................................4-3 4...................................................................................................................................3-2 3............................1 Installation Modes of the BBU3900......................................................................................................................................4-36 4.............................................................................................................................5.........................4-12 4....................4............2-46 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900.................2 Space Required for the Installation of the BBU3900......4-36 4..........1 Installation Tools for the BBU3900.........3-4 3...........................................1 Indoor Installation Rack.........................3.........................4....................................................................... Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .....................................6 FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900..............................8 Alarm Cable of the BBU3900.......................................2 Power Distribution Box................................................................................................................................4-1 4...................3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Cabinet (Optional)............................4 Installing the BBU3900 Cables on the Indoor Installation Rack.......................................................................2-41 2...........1 Information About the Installation of the BBU3900..................3-14 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 ............................................................................................3..6..............................6..........1 Power Supply Module...7 BBU3900 CPRI Cable.....5................3..............................1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the AMP30.4-9 4..................3.....................6 Scenario 3: Installing the BBU3900 on the Indoor Installation Rack...............................3-10 3..2.................................4-11 4........4-34 4..................................................................................................................7................................................4-38 4..10 Clock Cable of the BBU3900..................................2 Unpacking the BBU3900....................................................7..........................................4-7 4.............4-39 4..4-4 4.........4-10 4......................4-8 4...2-42 2..........................................................3.................................4-35 4.........................................................................1 Installing the BBU3900 Body on the Indoor Installation Rack.............................................2 Installing the DCDU on the Indoor Installation Rack..........3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Rack (Optional)..............................9 BBU3900 Monitoring Signal Cable..........................1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Rack.......5 EMUA...........................................1..................2 Installing the APM30 in the SLPU..........4 Scenario 1: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Cabinet....4-35 4..........................4-10 4...............................3...........4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Rack..............................................................2-43 2.........3 Installing the BBU3900.....................................2 APM30...5 Scenario 2: Installing the BBU3900 in the AMP30.................................................7.....6........................................................5.....................3-13 3.......4-7 4...........................4-40 4.....................................................................3 Power Supply Devices...............................................................................................................................................................................................4-24 4..........2.......................1................4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet...4..............................4-40 ii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co....................................4..............................................................................................................3-1 3..4-8 4..

.....4...............................8 Replacing the Optical Module..........6-6 6.......................................................................3 Replacing the BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable..................................................................................................2....5 Replacing the UELP/UFLP..................................................................................................................................6-22 6.....................4-43 4...........................................................6-2 6............................4.5-3 5....9........................................................................................4 Replacing the FE Cable of the BBU3900..........................................................6-4 6........................5....................................................................................................................6 Replacing the USCU........................................................5-2 5.........................................................................6-19 6.......................6-11 6........................7 Replacing the FAN....5 Configuring the UPEU................ iii ..5.............................................2 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the BTS3606AE Cabinet.......................4 Replacing the UTRP...................................4-51 4...............4 Replacing the BBU3900 Parts.....................................................9.....................................6-12 6..............4-42 4...........................................................................................................................................................2 Replacing the E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900...........................................................6-3 6........................................6-15 6....................................................................................................................................1 Items of Routine BBU3900 Maintenance.........................................................................................4-42 4...................................................................................................................................................4..........5-5 5............................................................5-2 5......................1 Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet....6-9 6.....6 Configuring the USCU.......................................1 Replacing the CMPT.................5.............2...........................6 Replacing the BBU3900 CPRI Cable............................................................................................1 Replacing Power Cable of the BBU3900.......4.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5........... Ltd.......................................3 Replacing the UPEU.....................................6-13 6.6-5 6......4 Configuring the HECM........8..........................................................................................................................................8 Scenario 5: Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet............................................... -50 4 4...................................................................................9 Checking the Hardware Installation of the BBU3900........3 Configuring the HCPM...............................................6-16 6.....................................................5................................................................................6-21 6.............................................................................................2 Configuring the UTRP............................................1 Powering On the BBU3900.......6-3 6......................................................................5-4 5.......................2 Power On and Off the BBU3900..............................1 Configuring the CMPT.............5......................................2 Powering Off the BBU3900............5-1 5...............................................................2 Replacing the HCPM/HECM....5-6 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900......3 Replacing the BBU3900 Body..................................6-8 6............................4.....4.......6-23 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.......8......................Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Contents 4..........................................4-51 5 Configuring the BBU3900.........6-14 6..............................................................6-18 6.........2 Powering On the BBU3900..........................5.........................4......6-2 6............6-17 6......5 Replacing BBU3900 Cables.......4...................................7 Replacing the Alarm Cable of the BBU3900..........................................................6-1 6...6-2 6..............................................................................................5 Replacing the FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900...1 BBU3900 Installation Checklist.....

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...............................................................................................2-24 Figure 2-14 UELP panel.....2-14 Figure 2-9 HECM panel.......2-41 Figure 2-28 Structure of the SFP cable....................2-40 Figure 2-27 CPRI optical fiber.......................2-35 Figure 2-23 Structure of the 120-ohm twisted pair cable.......................................................................................................................................... Ltd.......1-11 Figure 2-1 BBU3900.......................................................................................................................................................................2-21 Figure 2-12 UTRP panel with E1/T1 ports.......................................................2-22 Figure 2-13 DIP Switches on the UTRP............................................................................................................2-37 Figure 2-25 FE Ethernet cable...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-34 Figure 2-22 Structure of the 100-ohm twisted pair cable........................................................................1-5 Figure 1-2 Lifting a weight............................................................................................1-11 Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave...................2-19 Figure 2-11 FAN panel..............................................................................................................................................................................................Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figures Figures Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap.......................................................2-33 Figure 2-21 Structure of the 75-ohm coaxial cable...........................2-8 Figure 2-6 CMPT panel................2-27 Figure 2-17 USCU panel...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-13 Figure 2-8 HCPM panel..................................................................................................................................................................................2-42 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-41 Figure 2-29 Alarm cable of the BBU3900.............................................. v ...................................................................2-39 Figure 2-26 FE lightning protection conversion cable.........................................2-28 Figure 2-18 PGND cable...........................................................................................................................2-25 Figure 2-15 DIP switches on the UELP.............................2-2 Figure 2-2 Board configuration of the BBU3900.................2-2 Figure 2-3 Functional structure of the BBU3900 (with the UELP/UFLP).......2-31 Figure 2-19 Structure of the power cable.......................................................................................................................................................................2-17 Figure 2-10 UPEU panel......................................2-6 Figure 2-5 Dimensions of the BBU3900.............................................................2-26 Figure 2-16 UFLP panel.....................................................2-36 Figure 2-24 E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-10 Figure 1-3 Slant angle.................2-31 Figure 2-20 E1/T1 cable...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-5 Figure 2-4 Functional structure of the BBU3900 (with the UTRP)...............................................................................................................................................2-10 Figure 2-7 DIP switches on the CMPT..............................................................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................4-26 Figure 4-22 Grounding the E1/T1 cable...................................................................................................4-33 Figure 4-27 Connecting the signal cable to the MON0 port....................................................................................................................2-45 Figure 2-32 GPS clock cable......................................................................................3-4 Figure 3-4 APM30 (power supply cabinet/transmission cabinet).......................... 4-4 Figure 4-3 Cable connections of the BBU....................................4-33 Figure 4-28 Connecting the environment signal cable to the panel of the APMI.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-24 Figure 4-20 Example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the APM30 cabinet.............................Figures Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 2-30 EMUA signal cable.............................................................4-20 Figure 4-16 Connecting the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port.............................................................4-13 Figure 4-9 Connecting the power cable to the PWR port............3-5 Figure 3-5 APM30 (battery cabinet)....................... 4-4 Figure 4-2 Space for different installation modes of the BBU3900 (unit: mm)........4-13 Figure 4-8 Example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the 19-inch cabinet................4-12 Figure 4-7 Connections of the BBU3900 cables..........3-8 Figure 3-8 AC power supply module...............................................................4-21 Figure 4-17 Installation position of the BBU3900 in the APM30 AC cabinet............................................................................................... 3-3 Figure 3-3 Indoor distributed installation................................................ Issue 03 (2008-11-30) ................................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7 Figure 4-4 Installation in the 19-inch cabinet.........................................................................................................................................................................3-5 Figure 3-6 APM30 working with distributed BTS (internal storage batteries)............................................................................................................................................................................. Ltd...................................4-22 Figure 4-18 Installation position of the BBU3900 in the APM30 (–48 V) DC cabinet.......................................3-12 Figure 3-11 SLPU with a UELP and a UFLP...............................................2-46 Figure 3-1 Indoor installation rack and the installation mode........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-16 Figure 4-11 Sealing treatment..................................................................................................................4-20 Figure 4-15 Installing the optical module on the RRU/ODU..............................................................4-32 Figure 4-26 Connecting the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port.......4-25 Figure 4-21 Connecting the power cable to the PWR port...........................................................................3-8 Figure 3-7 APM30 working with distributed BTS (external storage batteries)....................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-28 Figure 4-23 Installing optical fibers.................4-31 Figure 4-25 Installing the optical module on the RRU/ODU...........4-16 Figure 4-12 Handling the E1/T1 shielding layer.......................................................................4-34 vi Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.......................................4-10 Figure 4-5 Installation position of the DCDU in the cabinet.............................................3-13 Figure 4-1 Installation modes of the BBU3900...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-10 Figure 3-9 DC PDB........................................4-15 Figure 4-10 Stripping sheath of the E1/T1 cable ...............................................4-23 Figure 4-19 Connections of the BBU3900 cables...............................................................................4-17 Figure 4-13 Installing optical fibers.........................2-44 Figure 2-31 APM30 (–48 V) signal cable.......................................................................4-19 Figure 4-14 Installing the fiber winding tube..........................4-11 Figure 4-6 Installation position of the SLPU in the cabinet.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-2 Figure 3-2 Indoor centralized installation.......................4-31 Figure 4-24 Installing the fiber winding tube.....................3-11 Figure 3-10 Exterior of the DCDU..................................

..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-35 Figure 4-30 Installing the DCDU on the indoor installation rack....................................................................................................................................................4-45 Figure 4-39 SFP cable.........................................................................................................................................................................................4-48 Figure 4-44 Removing the cover plate from the GPS clock cable outlet at the bottom of the BBC...................................................................4-39 Figure 4-34 Connections of the BBU3900 cables...................4-43 Figure 4-37 Power cable of the BBU3900..................4-49 Figure 4-45 Installing the GPS clock cables...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-46 Figure 4-40 Numbering of the HCPM/HECM.....................4-36 Figure 4-31 Connections of the BBU3900 cables..............................................................................................................................................4-41 Figure 4-36 Installing the BBU3900......................................................4-50 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co............................... Ltd........................................................................................4-44 Figure 4-38 Connection of the power cable...................4-37 Figure 4-32 BBU3900 cable layout on the indoor installation rack...................................................................4-40 Figure 4-35 BBU3900 cable layout in the rack........................................4-46 Figure 4-41 Installing the SFP cables (1)............................4-50 Figure 4-47 Routing of the BBU3900 cables...........................................................................4-38 Figure 4-33 Installing the BBU3900 body (in the 19-inch rack).......................................4-47 Figure 4-42 GPS clock cable connected to the CMPT panel...................................Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figures Figure 4-29 Installing the BBU3900 body on the indoor installation rack...........................4-49 Figure 4-46 Waterproofing N-type connectors............................4-48 Figure 4-43 GPS clock cable interconnected with the external GPS feeder................ vii ....................

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..............................2-32 Table 2-24 Connection of the BBU3900 power cable.............................................................................................................................................................................................2-20 Table 2-12 Indicators on the FAN panel......................................................................2-17 Table 2-10 Ports on the UPEU panel..................................................................................................................................................2-17 Table 2-9 Indicators on the panel.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-39 Table 2-32 Connection of the FE cable......................................2-38 Table 2-31 Cores and pins of the FE cable...........................................................................................2-15 Table 2-8 Ports on the HECM panel.2-40 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..................2-22 Table 2-14 Indicators on the panel.......................................................2-11 Table 2-5 Settings of the DIP switches on the CMPT...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ix ........................................2-3 Table 2-2 Input power supply of the BBU3900................................................................2-38 Table 2-30 Installation position of the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable......................................................2-35 Table 2-28 Mapping between the 120-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector.....................2-19 Table 2-11 Indicators on the panel....................................................................................................................................................Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Tables Tables Table 2-1 Boards in the BBU3900............................................................2-27 Table 2-19 Ports on the USCU panel..........................................................................................................................................2-36 Table 2-29 Cores and pins of the E1/T1 lightning conversion cable................2-33 Table 2-26 Mapping between the 75-ohm coaxial cable and the DB26 connector.............. Ltd...............................................................................................................................2-21 Table 2-13 Ports on the UTRP panel........................................................................................................................................2-25 Table 2-17 Settings of the DIP switches on the UELP.........2-23 Table 2-15 Settings of the DIP switches on the UTRP............................................2-32 Table 2-23 Cores and pins of the +24 V power cable.................................................2-34 Table 2-27 Mapping between the 100-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector.........................................................................2-11 Table 2-4 Indicators on the panel.......................................................................................2-13 Table 2-6 Ports on the HCPM panel..............................................................................2-31 Table 2-22 Cores and pins of the –48 V power cable....2-28 Table 2-20 Indicators on the panel...................................................................................................................................................................................2-32 Table 2-25 Connection of the E1/T1 cable..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-14 Table 2-7 Indicators on the panel...............................................................................................................2-39 Table 2-33 Cores and pins of the FE cable...........................................................................2-26 Table 2-18 Ports on the UFLP panel.................2-24 Table 2-16 Ports on the UELP panel..............................................................2-9 Table 2-3 CMPT ports...................................................................................2-29 Table 2-21 Installation position of the PGND cable................................................................................

..................................................2-45 Table 2-42 Installation position of the clock cable............2-44 Table 2-39 Installation position of the EMUA signal cable.Tables Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Table 2-34 Connection of the FE lightning protection conversion cable............................................................................................................................................5-2 Table 5-2 Information about the UTRP.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5-6 Table 5-6 Information abou the USCU......4-44 Table 4-7 Materials and Tools.........................................................4-51 Table 5-1 Information about the CMPT....................2-46 Table 3-1 Engineering specifications of the indoor installation rack.........................................................................................................5-4 Table 5-4 Information about the HECM..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-9 Table 3-4 How to use the AC PDB.......................... Ltd.............................................................................4-34 Table 4-6 Materials and tools...............................................................................................................................................2-42 Table 2-37 Connection of the alarm cable...................................4-8 Table 4-3 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900..4-30 Table 4-5 Cores and pins of the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable....................................2-43 Table 2-38 Cores and pins of the EMUA signal cable........................................2-41 Table 2-35 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900................................................................................................................................................................................................3-6 Table 3-3 Power supply solutions for the DBS3900................................................2-44 Table 2-40 Cores and pins of the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable..................................................................3-2 Table 3-2 Engineering specifications for the APM30...........................................................................4-45 Table 4-8 Materials and Tools.........................................................................................................................................................................3-11 Table 3-5 Cable connections between the power distribution box and the BBU3900 (DBS3900)...............................................................................................................................4-18 Table 4-4 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900...........................................................................................................................................6-2 x Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.......... Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .............2-42 Table 2-36 Cores and pins of the alarm cable...................................................................5-6 Table 6-1 Equipment maintenance items......................................................................................................................................................................................................5-3 Table 5-3 Information about the HCPM.........................................................................5-5 Table 5-5 Information about the UPEU.......4-5 Table 4-2 Tools and instruments.2-45 Table 2-41 Installation position of the EMUA signal cable.......................................................................................................................................4-48 Table 4-9 BBU3900 installation checklist................................................................................................................................................3-12 Table 4-1 General requirements for bend radii of cables.......................................................................

Product Name BBU3900 Product Version V400R006 Intended Audience This document is intended for: l l l Site maintainers Field engineers BTS installers Change Records For the change history. Product Version The following table lists the product version related to this document. monitoring and lightning protection device. Ltd. commissioning. APM30. configuring.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide About This Document About This Document Purpose This document describes the product specifications of the BBU3900 and the procedure for installing. refer to Change History of the BBU3900 User Guide.. Organization 1 Safety Information 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 This describes the BBU3900 equipment and cables of the BBU3900. 1 . power supply device. 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and troubleshooting the BBU3900. The information can be used as reference for hardware installation and maintenance. 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 The auxiliary devices of the BBU3900 are the indoor installation rack.

. Terminal display is in Courier New. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that. and UPEU). installation background information. if not avoided. DANGER WARNING CAUTION TIP NOTE 2. Book titles are in italics. and performance degradation. Data configuration should be performed on mandatory boards and optional boards.directories. and installation checklist. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Description Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman. or unexpected results. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.and users are in boldface. Names of files. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which. Symbol Conventions The following symbols may be found in this document. Ltd. 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 After the site starts operation. if not avoided. Command Conventions 2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. data loss.. could result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save your time. and other modules. installation procedure. They are defined as follows Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk that. 5 Configuring the BBU3900 The BBU3900 contains mandatory boards (CMPT. For example. HCPM/HECM.folders. you must perform routine maintenance for the BBU to ensure the operation condition. will result in death or serious injury. could cause equipment damage. data configuration is not required. For other modules. General Conventions Convention Times New Roman Boldface Italic Courier New 3.log in as user root .About This Document Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide This describes the safety precautions. optional boards (UTRP and USCU). Conventions 1. if not avoided.

GUI Conventions Convention Boldface > Description Buttons.parameters.window.pressing Ctrl+Alt+A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co... Press the keys concurrently.A minimum of zero or a maximum of all can be selected. Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs..For example. Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets and separated by vertical bars. Ltd. For example.A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.menus. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. 3 .A minimum of one or a maximum of all can be selected. 5. Mouse Operation Action Click Double-click Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide About This Document Convention Boldface Italic [] {x | y | .. ] { x | y | .For example.press Enter and press Tab.For example.click OK. } * [ x | y | . 6.One is selected. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.} [ x | y | ....and dialog titles are in boldface.choose File > Create > Folder . 4.pressing Alt. Press the keys in turn.One or none is selected. ] * Description The keywords of a command line are in boldface. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are optional.Key2 Description Press the key.. Command arguments are in italic. Keyboard Operation Convention Key Key1+Key2 Key1..tabs. For example. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer.

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Caution.1 Safety Precautions Following All Safety Precautions Safety Information This section describes certain safety precautions and helps to choose the measurement device and testing device. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information 1 1. They only provide the generic safety precautions for operations. Ltd. and maintaining Huawei devices. read the instructions and precautions in this document carefully to minimize the possibility of accidents. NOTE This symbol indicates that the operation may be easier if you pay attention to the safety instruction. 1-1 .. Before any operation. and Note items in the package of documents do not cover all the safety precautions that must be followed. Read and follow these safety precautions before installing. Symbols DANGER This symbol indicates that casualty or serious accident may occur if you ignore the safety instruction. The Danger. CAUTION This symbol indicates that serious or major injury may occur if you ignore the safety instruction. operating.

Do not operate the device in the absence of a ground conductor. and repair the device. Any fault or error that might cause safety problems must be reported immediately to the personnel in charge. Check the electrical connection of the device before operation and ensure that the device is reliably grounded. General Installation Requirements The personnel in charge of installation and maintenance must be trained and master the correct operating methods and safety precautions before beginning work. Any replacement of the device or part of the device (including the software) or any change made to the device must be performed by qualified or authorized personnel of Huawei.1 Safety Information Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Complying with the Local Safety Regulations When operating the device. To prevent electric shock and burns. l l Grounding Requirements The following requirements are applicable to the device to be grounded: l l Ground the device before installation and remove the ground cable after uninstallation. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . You must comply with the local safety regulations. wear the electrostatic discharge (ESD) clothing. The rules for installing and maintaining the device are as follows: l l Only the trained and qualified personnel can install. When lightning strikes. The unit (or system) must be permanently connected to the protection ground before operation. Do not use the fixed terminal or touch the terminal or antenna connector. gloves and wrist strap. l To prevent electric shock. l l 1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Do not damage the ground conductor. Only the qualified specialists are allowed to remove the safety facilities. do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits. and remove conductors such as jewelry and watch before operation. never look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. l Safety of Personnel Ensure the following: l l When lightning strikes. NOTE The previous two requirements are suitable for the wireless fixed terminal. unplug the AC power connector. To prevent laser radiation from injuring your eyes.. Ltd. operate and maintain the device. The safety precautions provided in the documents are supplementary. comply with the local safety regulations. do not operate the device and cables.

The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities. the personnel and device are in danger. When the operation is performed in a damp environment. When operating the high voltage and AC power supply facilities. Otherwise. l l l l l l Thunderstorm The following requirements are suitable only for the wireless base station or the device with an antenna or GPS antenna. 1-3 . l l 1. such as the walls and the mounting racks. the device must be secured on the floor or other fixed objects. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. use the specific tools instead of common tools. tighten the screw with the tool. follow the local safety regulations.. When installing the panel. When operating the AC power supply facility. Non-standard and improper high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock. Do not block ventilation openings while the system is running. ensure that water is kept off the device. do not perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities or on a steel tower and mast. Ltd. follow the local safety regulations. Direct contact with the high voltage power supply or contact through damp objects may result in fatal danger.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information Device Safety l Before operation. High Electrical Leakage CAUTION Ground the device before powering on the device. If the cabinet is damp or wet. DANGER In a thunderstorm. shut down the power supply immediately.2 Electricity Safety High Voltage DANGER l The high voltage power supply provides power for running the system. When installing the AC power supply facility.

It can prevent the sensitive components from being damaged by the static electricity in the human body. plug boards. Electrostatic Discharge CAUTION The static electricity generated by the human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the circuit board. Ltd. circuit boards. Power Cable CAUTION Do not install and remove the power cable with a live line. Before contacting the device. 1-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . wear a grounded ESD wrist strap.. Figure 1-1shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap. which may cause fire or eye injury. turn off the power switch. you must ground the device before powering it on. Transient contact between the core of the power cable and the conductor may generate electric arc or spark. such as the large-scale integrated circuit (LIC). Before connecting the power cable. l l Before installing or removing the power cable. when a fuse blows. In the following situations.1 Safety Information Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide If the "high electrical leakage" flag is stuck to the power terminal of the device. replace it with a fuse of the same type and specifications. ensure that the power cable and label comply with the requirements of the actual installation. the human body generates a static electromagnetic field: l l l l Movement of body parts Clothes friction Friction between shoes and the ground Holding plastic in hand The static electromagnetic field will remain within the human body for a long time. and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). Fuse CAUTION To ensure that the system runs safely.

Any operation of the electrical device in the inflammable environment causes danger.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap 1.4 Battery Storage Battery DANGER Before handling the storage battery. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.. ensure the following: l l Prevent any short-circuit. Electrolyte overflow may damage the device. During operation. 1. Prevent the electrolyte from overflowing and leakage.3 Inflammable Environment DANGER Do not place the device in the environment that has inflammable and explosive air or fog. read the safety precautions for the handling and connection of the storage battery. 1-5 . It will corrode the metal parts and the circuit boards. and ultimately damage the device and cause short-circuit of the circuit boards. Do not perform any operation in this environment. Incorrect operation of storage batteries may cause danger.

If they have to be used. l The lead-acid storage battery in use will emit flammable gas. Harmful Gas CAUTION l Do not use unsealed lead-acid storage batteries. Use eye protection devices and operate with care. Although the voltage of a battery is low. 1-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Therefore. High Temperature CAUTION High temperature may result in distortion. Wear rubber gloves and an apron in case of an electrolyte overflow.. handle the acid immediately. store it in a place with good ventilation and take precautions against fire. Short-Circuit DANGER Short-circuit of the battery may cause injury. Do not place the battery upside down or tilt it. check whether there is acid overflow. ensure the following: l l l l Use special insulation tools. Ltd. and electrolyte overflow of the battery. because the gas emitted from it may result in fire or device corrosion. Keep metal objects away from the battery to prevent short circuit. high transient current generated by short-circuit will release a surge of power. Always keep the battery upright when moving.1 Safety Information Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide General Operations Before installing and maintaining the storage battery. When the temperature of the battery exceeds 60oC. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . damage. Lay the storage battery horizontally and fix it properly. disconnect the battery in use before performing any other operation. If acid overflow occurs.

Do not dispose of the lithium battery in fire. 1-7 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Operators are also required to comply with the related local regulations on erecting BTSs. protect against the possible damage caused by the acid.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information Acid CAUTION If the acid overflows. Before installing or maintaining an antenna on a steel tower or mast with a large number of transmitter antennas. it should be absorbed and neutralized immediately. l Replace the lithium battery with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.5 Radiation Electromagnetic Field Exposure CAUTION High power radio-frequency signals are harmful to human body. Ltd. When handling a leaky battery. l The antenna should be located in an area that is inaccessible to the public where the RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value. l l 1. The base transceiver station (BTS) has RF radiation (radiation hazard). Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the operator should coordinate with all parties to ensure that the transmitter antennas are shut down. Dispose of the used battery according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Use the following materials to absorb and neutralize acid spills: l l Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda): NaHCO3 Sodium carbonate (soda): Na2CO3 Antacids must be used according to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer. Lithium Battery CAUTION There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.. Suggestions for the installation and operation of BTSs are given in the following section.

Such areas may not exist. Wear a pair of eye-protective glasses when you are handling lasers or optical fibers. a magnifying glass. Laser transceivers or transmitters are used in the optical transmission system and associated test tools. Each forbidden zone should be indicated by a physical barrier and striking sign to warn the public or workers.91 in. ensure that workers know where these areas are. To ensure that the optical source is switched off. do not stand close to. or look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. staring into the end of an unterminated optical fiber or broken optical fiber with the unaided eyes from a distance of more than 150 mm [5. be damaged if an optical tool such as a microscope. or an eye loupe to look into the optical fiber connector or end. If a beam of light enters the eye. however. magnifying glass or eye loupe is used to stare into the bare optical fiber end.1 Safety Information l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide If the areas where RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value are accessible to workers. 1-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Normally. ensure that the optical fiber is disconnected from the optical source. the areas must be within a range of less than 10 m around the antennas. ensure that you are not exposed to laser radiation. Before opening the front door of an optical transmission system. After disconnecting the optical fiber. Eyes may. l l l Read the following instructions before handling optical fibers: l l Only the trained personnel can cut and splice optical fibers. use protecting caps to protect all the optical connectors.] will not cause eye injury. Because the laser that is transmitted through the optical fiber produces a small beam of light.. the retina may be damaged. use an optical power meter. Never look into the end of an exposed optical fiber or an open connector if you cannot ensure that the optical source is switched off. it has a very high power density and is invisible to human eyes. Ensure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber connectors. Ltd. They can shut down the transmitters before entering these areas. Read the following guidelines to prevent laser radiation: l l l l Only the trained and authorized personnel can perform the operation. l Laser CAUTION When handling optical fibers. Never use an optical tool such as a microscope. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Before cutting or splicing an optical fiber. but if they exist.

. Safety measures. l l l Ensure that the operators have been trained and qualified. In cold regions. When working at heights. Check the weight lifting tools and ensure that they are intact. Ltd.6 Working at Heights CAUTION When working at heights. The angle between the two cables should be less than or equal to 90o in the lifting of weights (See Figure 1-2). ensure that the objects do not fall. l l l Lifting Weights CAUTION Do not access the areas under the arm of the crane and the goods in suspension when lifting weights. l l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1-9 . Ensure that the lifting appliances are well prepared for working at heights. The operating machines and tools should be carried and handled safely to prevent them from falling. ensure that the following requirements must be met: l l The personnel who work at heights must be trained. should be taken. Use a concise instruction to prevent incorrect operation.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information 1. Lift the weight only when the weight lifting tools are firmly mounted onto the weightbearing object or the wall. such as wearing a helmet and a safety belt. warm clothes should be worn before working at heights.

1-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the length of the ladder should be at least one meter higher than the eave. Do not climb higher than the fourth highest step of the ladder. place the wider end of the ladder on the ground and take protective measures on the base of the ladder against slippage. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Ltd. ensure the following: l l l The gravity of the body does not shift from the edge of the ladder. Keep balance on the ladder before performing any operation. When using a ladder. Never overload the ladder. Placing the Ladder l The slant angle is preferred to be 75o.1 Safety Information Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 1-2 Lifting a weight Safety Guide on Ladder Use Checking the Ladder l l Check the ladder before using it. Check the maximum weight that the ladder can support. If you tend to climb to the roof. as shown in Figure 1-3. Place the ladder on a stable ground. The slant can be measured with the angle square or with arms. When climbing the ladder.. as shown in Figure 1-4.

l l Before drilling a hole on the cabinet. remove the cables from the cabinet. Inappropriate drilling on the cabinet may damage the electromagnetic shielding and internal cables.7 Mechanical Safety Drilling CAUTION Do not drill on the cabinet without permission. During the drilling.. Ltd. Metal shavings from the drilling may result in a short-circuit of the circuit board if they get into the cabinet. 1-11 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . wear blinkers to protect your eyes. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1 Safety Information Figure 1-3 Slant angle Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave 1.

Prevent the metal shavings from getting into the cabinet. l Moving Heavy Objects Wear the protective gloves when moving heavy objects. Insert the board gently to prevent any bent pins on the backplane. Handling Fans l When replacing a component. keep your back straight and move stably to prevent a sprain. or board. Do not hold the handle of the installed modules in the chassis. hold the handle or bottom of the chassis.1 Safety Information l l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide During the drilling. screw. When moving the chassis outwards. 1-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l l 1. and tool at a safe place to prevent them from falling into the running fan. such as the power module. When replacing the ambient equipment around the fan. clean the metal shavings in time. Two persons should be available to move a chassis. When moving or lifting a chassis. When moving a chassis. one person must not move a heavy chassis. wear the protective gloves. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Ltd. do not place the finger or board into the running fan until the fan is switched off and stops running. fan module.. CAUTION l l Be careful when moving heavy objects. wear the ESD wrist strap or gloves. place the component. wear the protective gloves to prevent injury by sharp objects. After drilling. Handling Sharp Objects CAUTION When carrying the device by hand.8 Others Inserting and Removing a Board CAUTION When inserting a board. be aware about the unfixed or heavy objects on the chassis to prevent injury.

. do not touch the board circuit. connectors. move the cables into a place at a room temperature and store the cables for more than 24 hours before installation. or connection slots. components. movement of the cable may damage the plastic skin of the cable. Move the cables with care. Cabling Requirements At a very low temperature. ensure that the environment temperature is above 0oC. 1-13 . Bundling Signal Cables CAUTION Bundle the signal cables separately from the strong current cables or high voltage cables. especially at a low temperature. If cables are stored in the place below 0oC. comply with the following requirements: l l When installing cables. When holding a board in hand. l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Do not drop the cables directly from the vehicle. To ensure the construction safety.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide l l l l 1 Safety Information Insert the board along the guide rail. Ltd. Do not remove the active board before powering off. Avoid contact of one board with another to prevent short-circuit or damage.

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FE cable/conversion cable. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Structure of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be configured with the CMPT. UPEU.3 BBU3900 Cables The cables of the BBU3900 are the PGND cable. and UELP or UFLP. UTRP. The BBU3900 implements resource management. USCU. –48 V DC power cable.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 About This Chapter This describes the BBU3900 equipment and cables of the BBU3900. 2. The information can be used as reference for hardware installation and maintenance.2 Components of the BBU3900 This describes the panels and technical specifications of the boards or modules in the BBU3900. E1/T1 cable/conversion cable. environment monitoring. CPRI cable. 2. operation and maintenance. FAN. and service processing. 2-1 . Ltd. alarm cable.. and clock cable. 2. HECM or HCPM.

2. Figure 2-2 Board configuration of the BBU3900 2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. operation and maintenance. UPEU. HECM or HCPM. environment monitoring. UTRP.1 Structure of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be configured with the CMPT. revered ports. UTRP. and service processing.1 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be configured with the CMPT. UPEU. FAN.1. 2. and UELP or UFLP. Table 2-1 lists the boards in the BBU3900. FAN. 2. operation and maintenance.1. USCU.3 Physical Ports of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 provides physical ports.1 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be configured with the CMPT. HECM or HCPM.1. and UELP or UFLP.1. 2. USCU. UPEU. transmission ports. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . including power ports. UTRP. and service processing. The BBU3900 implements resource management. Ltd. environment monitoring. and ports between the BBU3900 and other equipment. and UELP or UFLP..1. Appearance of the BBU3900 Figure 2-1 shows the BBU3900. alarm ports.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2. USCU.2 Functional Structure of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 implements system resource management. 2. HECM or HCPM.4 Technical Specifications of the BBU3900 This describes the technical specifications of the BBU3900. FAN. Figure 2-1 BBU3900 Board Configuration of the BBU3900 Figure 2-2 shows the board configuration of the BBU3900.

T1. and FE links and supports IP transmission. and supports E1/T1 and IP transmission. and provides clock signals for the BTS system. It provides lightning protection for E1/T1 signals. It converts –48 V or +24 V DC power into +12 V DC power and provides environment monitoring signal ports. It provides heat dissipation for the BBU3900. It provides lightning protection for FE signals. It provides connection between the BBU3900 and the BSC. It provides the input port for external signals (including satellite clock signals) and provides synchronization clock signals for the BBU3900 and the RF modules connected to the BBU3900. controls and manages the entire BTS. HECM UTRP UELP UFLP FAN UPEU USCU Universal Satellite Card and Clock Unit Configuration Principles of the BBU3900 l CMPT configuration – A maximum of two CMPTs working in 1+1 backup mode can be configured.. It processes the CDMA2000 1xEV-DO service data on forward and reverse channels. Ltd. It supports E1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l HCPM HERT channel processing module HERT Enhance Channel Processing Module Universal Extension Transmission Processing Unit Universal E1/T1 Lighting Protection Unit Universal FE/GE Lighting Protection Unit FAN Unit Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit It processes the CDMA2000 1X service data on forward and reverse channels. 2-3 .Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Table 2-1 Boards in the BBU3900 Board CMPT Full Name CDMA Main Processing&Transmission Unit Function l It processes and transmits data between the BTS and the BSC.

You can configure the CMPTs based on capacity requirements and service types. It can house the UELP/UFLP. Huawei recommends that you use the E1/T1 resources on the UTRP directly. A maximum of four lightning protection boards can be configured. the SLPU can be used to provide lightning protection. If a new site requires more than four E1/T1 links. Ltd. l UFLP configuration A maximum of two UFLPs can be configured. NOTE l l With hybrid configuration of HCPMs and HECMs. The chip processes 285 forward channels and 256 reverse channels. Huawei recommends that you use the E1/ T1 resources provided by the extended transmission board. When the BBU3900 is configured with the UTRP. A maximum of six HCPMs can be configured. The BBU3900 supports hybrid configuration of UELPs and UFLPs. Each UTRP provides eight E1/T1 ports. A UELP provides lightning protection for four E1/T1 links. USCU configuration A maximum of two USCUs can be configured. UPEU configuration A maximum of two UPEUs working in 1+1 backup mode can be configured. l l 2-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. An HECM reserves three SFP ports and supports removable optical modules. The USCU supports GPS or GPS/ GLONASS satellite card and RGPS signals. l l l The UELP/UFLP or the UTRP cannot be simultaneously configured in the BBU3900. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . the BBU3900 supports CDMA2000 1X and 1xEVDO services. An HCPM reserves three SFP ports and supports removable optical modules. A maximum of six HECMs can be configured. An HECM is configured with only one CSM6800 chip. which supports 192 subscribers. A UFLP provides lightning protection for FE signals and supports two Ethernet connections. An HCPM is configured with only one CSM6700 chip. The SLPU supports mixed configuration of the UELP and the UFLP. l The BBU3900 can be configured with the CMPT and UTRP at the same time. l l l UELP configuration A maximum of two UELPs can be configured. If an expanded site requires more than four E1/T1 links.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 – Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Each CMPT provides four E1/T1 ports and two FE ports. It is used for the lightning protection of the E1/T1/FE cables. The SLPU is an external universal lightning protection unit.. l HCPM configuration – – – l HECM configuration – – – l UTRP configuration – – l FAN configuration A maximum of one FAN can be configured. A maximum of two UTRPs working in load sharing mode or 1+1 backup mode can be configured. apart from the four E1/T1 links on the main control transmission board.

2-5 . environment monitoring. Figure 2-3 Functional structure of the BBU3900 (with the UELP/UFLP) HCPM: HERT channel processing module UPEU: universal power and environment interface unit UELP: universal E1/T1 lighting protection unit HECM: HERT enhance channel processing module FAN: fan box UFLP: universal E1/T1 lighting protection unit CMPT: main processing and transmission unit USCU: universal satellite card and clock unit Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.2 Functional Structure of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 implements system resource management. operation and maintenance. and service processing.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 2. as shown in Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4. The BBU3900 can be configured with the UELP/UFLP or the UTRP.1..

When the UTRP is configured. including power ports. operating and maintenance. Ltd. revered ports.3 Physical Ports of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 provides physical ports. The BBU3900 performs the following functions: l Providing external ports – – Providing the Abis interface and processing Abis interface protocols Interfacing with the RF subsystem and processing the Um physical layer and common channel MAC layer protocols Interfacing with the transmission system through the E1/T1/FE ports on the transmission board for connection with the BSC equipment.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 2-4 Functional structure of the BBU3900 (with the UTRP) UTRP: universal extension transmission processing unit NOTE l l The UELP/UFLP or the UTRP cannot be simultaneously configured in the BBU3900. and providing connection with the RF module through SFP ports on the channel processing board – l l l Modulating and demodulating baseband data and CDMA channel signals Providing system synchronization clock signals Implementing resource management. transmission ports.. and ports between the BBU3900 and other equipment. and environment monitoring 2. alarm ports. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . the independent SLPU is used to provide lightning protection for the external signal cables of the BBU3900.1. 2-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Ltd. supporting SFP electric cable/optical cable (optical module required) Reserved Clock test port Commissioning port. Transmission port that connects to the BSC. supporting electric cable l SFP interface.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Main Physical Ports Board CMPT Ports E1/T1 port Quantit y 1 Connector Type DB26 Function Tranmission port that connects to the BSC. Each port provides one FE link. which can be used for local maintenance Input port for GPS signals Compliable with the CPRI/GIGA protocol. Each port provides four E1/T1 links.. 2-7 . connected to the RF unit Used for the DC power input Providing dry contact connections to two external alarm devices Providing dry contact connections to eight external alarm devices FE electrical port 1 SFP port 1 RJ45 SFP USB connector TEST ETH port 1 1 1 USB connector USB connector RJ45 GPS port HCPM/ HCEM UPEU SFP 1 3 SMA SFP PWR MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 1 1 1 1 1 3W3 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l FE electric port.

Ltd.].40 in..20 in. as shown in Figure 2-5. Dimensions The dimensions (height x width x depth) of the BBU3900 are 86 mm [3.39 in. connected to the external equipment Connected to the CMPT Connected to external devices Connected to the RGPS signal cable Connected to the BITS clock Output port for test clock signals Input port for RF signals of the satellite card Supporting eight E1/T1 links OUTSIDE 1 DB26 UFLP FE0 and FE1 ports (INSIDE) FE0 and FE1 ports (OUTSIDE) 2 2 RJ45 RJ45 USCU RGPS port BITS port Test clock port Satellite antenna port 3 1 1 1 2 8-pin socket SMA SMA SMA DB26 UTRP E1/T1 port 2. Figure 2-5 Dimensions of the BBU3900 2-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Optional Physical Ports Board UELP Ports INSIDE Quantit y 1 Connector Type DB25 Function Four E1/T1 signal interfaces.4 Technical Specifications of the BBU3900 This describes the technical specifications of the BBU3900. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .] x 442 mm [17.1.] x 310 mm [12. connected to the internal equipment Four E1/T1 signal interfaces.

the HECM is configured with one CSM6800 chip.4 V DC to -57 V DC NOTE The UPEU is of two types..3 HECM The HECM is a CDMA2000 1xEV-DO channel processing board. By default. 2.4 UPEU Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2. 2. the HCPM is configured with one CSM6700 chip.2 Components of the BBU3900 This describes the panels and technical specifications of the boards or modules in the BBU3900.2. 2. 2.64 lb] Fully-configured cabinet: ≤ 11 kg [24. It processes the CDMA2000 1xEV-DO service data on forward and reverse channels.2. Ltd.2 HCPM The HCPM is a CDMA2000 1X channel processing board. By default.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Weight l l Empty cabinet (including the FAN and UPEU): ≤ 8 kg [17. controls and manages the BTS. and provides clock signals for the BTS. It processes the CDMA2000 1X service data on forward and reverse channels.2.26 lb] Input Power Supply Table 2-2 Input power supply of the BBU3900 Rated Voltage +24 V DC -48 V DC Range of Input Voltage +19 V DC to +29 V DC -38.1 CMPT The CMPT is the main processing and transmission unit. They support –48 V DC and +24 V DC power input respectively Power Consumption Power consumption of a fully-configured BBU3900: ≤ 250 W Operation Environment l Ambient temperature -10℃ to +55℃ Relative humidity of the operating environment 5%RH to 95%RH l 2. namely the UPEA and the UPEB. 2-9 . The CMPT processes and transmits the data between the BTS and the BSC.

2.2. It supports two Ethernet connections.6 UTRP The UTRP is a universal extension transmission processing unit.1 CMPT Panel This describes the exterior and the ports and indicators of the CMPT panel. Figure 2-6 CMPT panel (1) ETH port (5) TEST port (2) FE0 port (6) E1/T1 port (3) FE1 port (7) GPS port (4) USB port 2-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2.2. The CMPT processes and transmits the data between the BTS and the BSC. The UTRP supports E1/T1 transmission ports.2.1. CMPT Panel This describes the exterior and the ports and indicators of the CMPT panel. 2.2 DIP Switches on the CMPT This describes the positions and settings of the DIP switches on the CMPT.8 UFLP A UFLP provides lightning protection for FE signals. 2. Ltd. the USCU supports RGPS and BITS ports. 2. Exterior Figure 2-6 shows the CMPT panel. The UPEU converts +24 V DC or –48 V DC power into +12 V DC power. It provides absolute time information and 1PPS reference clock source for the CMPT.2. 2. 2.2. 2. In addition.5 FAN The fan implements the heat dissipation function of the BBU3900..9 USCU The USCU is compatible with six types of satellite cards.2.1.7 UELP A UELP provides lightning protection for four E1/T1 links.1 CMPT The CMPT is the main processing and transmission unit. 2. it is mandatory.1.2.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide The UPEU supplies power to the BBU3900. Therefore. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 2.3 Technical Specifications of the CMPT This describes the technical specifications of the CMPT.2. and provides clock signals for the BTS. controls and manages the BTS.

Table 2-3 CMPT ports Port ETH port TEST port USB port E1/T1 port FE0 port Description Commissioning port Clock test port Reserved port Used to transmit data between the BTS and the BSC Used to transmit data between the BTS and the BSC Electric port. 2-11 . Blinking at 0. GPS port Used to connect the GPS antenna Indicators Table 2-4 lists the indicators on the CMPT panel. OFF: There is no power input. l l l l l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Other: The board is faulty. Table 2-4 Indicators on the panel Indicato r RUN Color Green Meaning Operation indicator Description l Normal State Blinking at 0. Blinking at 0. or the board is faulty. Blinking at 4 Hz: The board is in the loading state.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Ports Table 2-3 lists the ports on the CMPT panel. Ltd.5 Hz: The board functions normally. but the board is faulty. you must install the removable optical module. supporting electric cable FE1 port Used to transmit data between the BTS and the BSC SFP port.25 Hz: The board is being tested.5Hz ON: There is power input.. supporting SFP electric/optical cable NOTE When the optical cable is used.

5 Hz: A major alarm is generated. Blinking at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated. OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted. l l l ACT Green Active/ standby indicator Port indicator l l - TX Green Optical port l On ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal. On l Electrical port l l RX Green Port indicator Optical port l ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal. Blinking at 0.. ON: There is signal output and the connection is normal. OFF: The FE physical link is faulty. OFF: There is no signal output or the connection is disrupted. ON: There is signal input and the connection is normal. Blinking or OFF On l Electrical port l l ACT (Ethernet port) LINK (Ethernet port) Yellow Ethernet port indicator Ethernet port indicator l l Green l l 2-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Indicato r ALM Color Red Meaning Alarm indicator Description l l Normal State Off ON: The board must be replaced. Blinking at 0.25 Hz: A minor alarm is generated. ON: The active board is used. Off: No alarm is generated. Ltd. OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted. OFF: No data is exchanged. Blinking: The data is exchanged. OFF: The standby board is used. ON: The FE physical link functions properly. OFF: There is no signal input or the connection is disrupted. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .

bits 1 and 2 of SW1 are set to OFF. The settings of SW2 are as follows: l For the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable grounded externally.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 DIP Switches on the CMPT This describes the positions and settings of the DIP switches on the CMPT. l Technical Specifications of the CMPT This describes the technical specifications of the CMPT. Ltd. The technical specifications of the CMPT are as follows: Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l l l SW2 Settings for grounding of unbalanced cables The four bits of SW2 are used to control the grounding status of four unbalanced E1/T1 cables. For the 120-ohm E1 coaxial cable or 100-ohm T1 twisted pair cable grounded internally. all bits of SW2 are set to ON. Figure 2-7 shows the DIP switches on the CMPT. all bits of SW2 are set to OFF. When the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable is used. and bits 3 and 4 are set to OFF. bits 1 and 2 of SW1 are set to ON. Figure 2-7 DIP switches on the CMPT Table 2-5 lists the settings of the DIP switches on the CMPT. Other location: reserved. 2-13 . all bits of SW1 are set to ON. Table 2-5 Settings of the DIP switches on the CMPT Num ber SW1 Function Impedance matching of the E1/T1 port Description The settings of SW1 are as follows: l When the 100-ohm T1 twisted pair cable is used. For the coaxial cable (120-ohm E1).. and bits 3 and 4 are set to ON.

] x 144. Exterior Figure 2-8 shows the HCPM panel. Ltd. 2.2. and then to optical fibers.2. the HCPM is configured with one CSM6700 chip.2. HCPM Panel This describes the exterior.2.02 in.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Dimensions (length x width x depth): 280 mm [11.] Input voltage: +12V Power consumption: ≤ 25 W l l 2.32 mm [0..1 HCPM Panel This describes the exterior. It can also be directly connected to an SFP cable.69 in. and indicators of the HCPM panel. ports.] x 20.45 mm [5. Figure 2-8 HCPM panel (1) MDR26 port (2) SFP port Ports Table 2-6 lists the ports on the HCPM panel. and indicators of the HCPM panel. It processes the CDMA2000 1X service data on forward and reverse channels. Table 2-6 Ports on the HCPM panel Port SFP port Description It is connected to the RF module. 2-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l It can be connected to the optical module. l MDR26 port The GIGA port is reserved. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . By default. 2. ports.2.80 in.2 HCPM The HCPM is a CDMA2000 1X channel processing board.2 Technical Specifications of the HCPM This describes the technical specifications of the HCPM.

Other: The board is faulty.5 Hz Blinking at 4 Hz: The board is being initialized or the software is being loaded. 2-15 .5 Hz: The main control signaling link is disconnected. OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted. Blinking at 0. OFF: No alarm is generated.. Blinking at 0. Blinking at 0.25 Hz: A minor alarm is generated. Blinking at 0.5 Hz: The board functions properly. Blinking at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated. l l ALM Red Alarm indicator l l OFF l l l ACT Green Operation indicator l l ON l l TX Green Port indicator Optical port l ON ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal.25 Hz: The CSM chip is faulty. Blinking at 0. On: The board functions properly. ON: There is signal output and the connection is normal. l Electrical port l l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Indicators Table 2-7 lists the indicators on the HCPM panel. Blinking at 4 Hz: An alarm of ATM bus is generated. Ltd. Table 2-7 Indicators on the panel Indic ator RUN Color Green Meaning Running indicator Description l Normal State Blinking at 0.5 Hz: A major alarm is generated. ON: The board must be replaced. OFF: There is no signal output or the connection is disrupted.

] x 144.3 HECM The HECM is a CDMA2000 1xEV-DO channel processing board.1 HECM Panel This describes the exterior. OFF: There is no signal input or the connection is disrupted. and indicators of the HECM panel. It processes the CDMA2000 1xEV-DO service data on forward and reverse channels.2.2. OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted. 2-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Indic ator RX Color Green Meaning Port indicator Description Optical port l Normal State ON ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal.] Input voltage: +12V Power consumption: ≤ 20 W Channel processing capacity: 285 forward channels and 256 reverse channels l l l 2.69?in..2. ports. Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .] x 20. ON: There is signal input and the connection is normal. l Electrical port l l Technical Specifications of the HCPM This describes the technical specifications of the HCPM. 2.2 Technical Specifications of the HECM This describes the technical specifications of the HECM. and indicators of the HECM panel.02 in. The technical specifications of the HCPM are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 280 mm [11.80 in.32 mm [0. 2. the HECM is configured with one CSM6800 chip.3. Exterior Figure 2-9 shows the HECM panel. ports. HECM Panel This describes the exterior. By default.45 mm [5.3.

. l It can be connected to the optical module. l MDR26 port The GIGA port is reserved. and then to optical fibers. Blinking at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated. 2-17 . Blinking at 0. Table 2-9 Indicators on the panel Indic ator RUN Color Green Meaning Running indicator Description l Normal State Blinking at 0.5 Hz: A major alarm is generated.5 Hz Blinking at 4 Hz: The board is being initialized or the software is being loaded. OFF: No alarm is generated. Blinking at 0. Indicators Table 2-9 lists the indicators on the HECM panel.25 Hz: A minor alarm is generated.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Figure 2-9 HECM panel (1) MDR26 port (2) SFP port Ports Table 2-8 lists the ports on the HECM panel.5 Hz: The board functions properly. Ltd. Blinking at 0. It can also be directly connected to an SFP cable. l l ALM Red Alarm indicator l l OFF l l l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Other: The board is faulty. ON: The board must be replaced. Table 2-8 Ports on the HECM panel Port SFP port Description It is connected to the RF module.

] x 144. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted.45 mm [5. ON l Electrical port l l RX Green Port indicator Optical port l ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal. OFF: The optical transmission is faulty or the connection is disrupted. OFF: There is no signal output or the connection is disrupted. l Electrical port l l Technical Specifications of the HECM This describes the technical specifications of the HECM.69?in. Ltd. ON: There is signal input and the connection is normal. Blinking at 0. OFF: There is no signal input or the connection is disrupted.] Input voltage: +12V Power consumption: ≤ 28 W Channel processing capability: supporting 192 subscribers l l l 2-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.25 Hz: The CSM chip is faulty..] x 20.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Indic ator ACT Color Green Meaning Operation indicator Description l l Normal State ON On: The board functions properly.5 Hz: The main control signaling link is disconnected.32 mm [0. The technical specifications of the HECM are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 280 mm [11. Blinking at 4 Hz: An alarm of ATM bus is generated. ON: There is signal output and the connection is normal.80 in.02 in. l l TX Green Port indicator Optical port l ON ON: The optical transmission is normal and the connection is normal. Blinking at 0.

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2.2.4 UPEU
The UPEU supplies power to the BBU3900. Therefore, it is mandatory. The UPEU converts +24 V DC or –48 V DC power into +12 V DC power. 2.2.4.1 UPEU Panel This describes the exterior, ports, and indicators of the UPEU panel. 2.2.4.2 Technical Specifications of the UPEU This describes the technical specifications of the UPEU.

UPEU Panel
This describes the exterior, ports, and indicators of the UPEU panel.

Exterior
The UPEU is of two types, UPEA and UPEB. They support –48 V DC and +24 V DC power input respectively.
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The UPEA converts –48 V DC power into +12 V DC power. The UPEB converts +24 V DC power into +12 V DC power. The exterior of the UPEA is similar to that of the UPEB. The only difference is the silkscreen under the PWR port. It indicates the input voltage.

Figure 2-10 shows the UPEU panel. Figure 2-10 UPEU panel

(1) EXT_ALM1 port (4) MON0 port

(2) EXT_ALM0 port (5) PWR port

(3) MON1 port

Ports
Table 2-10 lists the ports on the UPEU panel. Table 2-10 Ports on the UPEU panel Port MON0 port MON1 port
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Description Input and output of RS485 signals Input and output of RS485 signals
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Port EXT_ALM0 port EXT_ALM1 port PWR port

Description Input of dry contact signals Input of dry contact signals External power input

Indicators
Table 2-11 lists the indicators on the UPEU panel. Table 2-11 Indicators on the panel Indicato r RUN Color Green Meaning Operation indicator Description
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Normal State ON

On: The board functions properly. OFF: There is no power input or the board is faulty.

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Technical Specifications of the UPEU
This describes the technical specifications of the UPEU. The technical specifications of the UPEU are as follows:
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Dimensions (length x width x depth): 292.39 mm [11.51 in.] x 85 mm [3.35 in.] x 40.14 mm [1.58 in.] Input current: ≤ 18 A Input voltage:
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Output voltage: 12 V Rated power: 300 W

2.2.5 FAN
The fan implements the heat dissipation function of the BBU3900. 2.2.5.1 FAN Panel This describes the appearance and the indicators of the FAN panel. 2.2.5.2 Technical Specifications of the FAN This describes the technical specifications of the FAN.
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FAN Panel
This describes the appearance and the indicators of the FAN panel.

Appearance
Figure 2-11 shows the FAN panel. Figure 2-11 FAN panel

Indicators
Table 2-12 lists the indicators on the FAN panel. Table 2-12 Indicators on the FAN panel Indicato r STATE Color Green or Red Description
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Green and blinking at 4 Hz: The board is not registered and no alarm is generated. ON in red: An alarm is generated. Green and blinking at 0.5 Hz: The board functions properly.

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This describes the technical specifications of the FAN. The technical specifications of the FAN are as follows:
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Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . the UTRP supports different physical network access modes of BTSs.2. 2. Through different subboards.2. ports. Table 2-13 Ports on the UTRP panel Port E1/T1 port Description Used to transmit data between the BTS and the BSC Indicators Table 2-14 lists the indicators on the UTRP panel.2. The UTRP supports E1/T1 transmission ports.1 UTRP Panel This describes the exterior. 2.6.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2. Figure 2-12 UTRP panel with E1/T1 ports (1) E1/T1 (0–3) ports (2) E1/T1 (4–7) ports Ports Table 2-13 lists the ports on the UTRP panel.. 2-22 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 Technical Specifications of the UTRP This describes the technical specifications of the UTRP.6 UTRP The UTRP is a universal extension transmission processing unit.2 DIP Switches on the UTRP This describes the positions and settings of the DIP switches on the UTRP. UTRP Panel This describes the exterior. ports. and indicators of the UTRP panel. Ltd. Exterior The UTRP uses a design of motherboard and subboards.2. Each UTRP provides eight E1/T1 ports.6. 2. and indicators of the UTRP panel. the UTRP supports only the IP over E1/T1 transmission.6. Currently.

Blinking at 0. Blinking at 0. Removing subboard.5 Hz: The board functions normally. ON: The board must be replaced. Blinking at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.Figure 2-13 shows the DIP switch of UTRP on the motherboard. Other: The board is faulty. Blinking at 4 Hz: The board is in the loading state. or the board is faulty. Off: No alarm is generated. Blinking at 0. OFF: The standby board is used.25 Hz: A minor alarm is generated.5Hz ON: There is power input.. l l l l l ALM Red Alarm indicator l l Off l l l ACT Green Active/ standby indicator l l - DIP Switches on the UTRP This describes the positions and settings of the DIP switches on the UTRP. Blinking at 0. Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.25 Hz: The board is being tested. OFF: There is no power input.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Table 2-14 Indicators on the panel Indic ator RUN Color Green Meaning Operation indicator Description l Normal State Blinking at 0. 2-23 .5 Hz: A major alarm is generated. but the board is faulty. ON: The active board is used.

and bits 3 and 4 are set to ON. Other location: reserved. The settings of SW1 and SW2 are as follows: l l In any situation. bits 1 and 2 of SW3 are set to OFF. l l l SW1/ SW2 Specifying the grounding status of the signal cable The eight bits of SW1 and SW2 are used to control the grounding status of eight E1/T1 signal cables. the eight bits are set to OFF by default. For the coaxial cable (120-ohm E1). Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) l l 2-24 .02 in. and bits 3 and 4 are set to OFF. Technical Specifications of the UTRP This describes the technical specifications of the UTRP. Table 2-15 Settings of the DIP switches on the UTRP Numb er SW3 Function Specifying the impedance mode of the transmission line Description The settings of SW3 are as follows: l When the 100-ohm T1 twisted pair cable is used. all bits of SW3 are set to ON. bits 1 and 2 of SW3 are set to ON. The technical specifications of the UTRP are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 280 mm [11. set the eight bits to ON to delete the error bits in the links.] x 20.] Input voltage: +12V Power consumption: ≤ 20 W Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When error bits exist in the eight E1 links.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 2-13 DIP Switches on the UTRP (1) E1/T1 (0–3) ports (2) E1/T1 (4–7) ports Table 2-15 lists the settings of the DIP switches on the UTRP.32 mm [0.69?in.45 mm [5.] x 144. When the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable is used.80 in..

.2.7.7 UELP A UELP provides lightning protection for four E1/T1 links. Exterior Figure 2-14 shows the UELP panel.7. 2. Table 2-16 Ports on the UELP panel Port INSIDE port OUTSIDE port Description DB25 port. supporting four E1/T1 signal inputs DB26 port. Figure 2-15 shows the DIP switches on the UELP.1 UELP Panel This describes the appearance and the ports of the UELP panel.2. supporting four E1/T1 signal outputs DIP Switches on the UELP This describes positions and settings of the DIP switches on the UELP.7. Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2-25 . 2.2. UELP Panel This describes the appearance and the ports of the UELP panel.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 2.3 Technical Specifications of the UELP This describes the technical specifications of the UELP. Figure 2-14 UELP panel (1) INSIDE (2) OUTSIDE Ports Table 2-16 lists the ports on the UELP panel.2 DIP Switches on the UELP This describes positions and settings of the DIP switches on the UELP.2. 2.

] x 20. The technical specifications of the UELP are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 230. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Ltd. all the bits of S1 are set to OFF.02 in. 2-26 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. It supports two Ethernet connections.2 Technical Specifications of the UFLP This describes the technical specifications of the UFLP.] x 144.8 UFLP A UFLP provides lightning protection for FE signals.8. When the RX end of a coaxial cable (75-ohm E1 cable) sheath is not grounded.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 2-15 DIP switches on the UELP Table 2-17 lists the settings of the DIP switches on the UELP.4mm [5.1 UFLP Panel This describes the appearance and the ports of the UFLP panel. Table 2-17 Settings of the DIP switches on the UELP DIP Switch S1 Function Used to determine the grounding status of E1/T1 signal cables in unbalanced mode Description l When the RX end of a coaxial cable (75-ohm E1 cable) sheath is grounded..] Lightning specifications: 3 kA (differential mode) or 5 kA (common mode) l 2. 2. all the bits of S1 are set to OFF.2.2.32 mm [0. When use the Twisted pair cable.80 in. l l Technical Specifications of the UELP This describes the technical specifications of the UELP. 2. all the bits of S1 are set to ON.69?in.5mm [11.8.2.

Technical Specifications of the UFLP This describes the technical specifications of the UFLP. In addition.5mm [11. The technical specifications of the UFLP are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 230. the USCU supports RGPS and BITS ports.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 UFLP Panel This describes the appearance and the ports of the UFLP panel. INSIDE: FE0 port corresponds to OUTSIDE: FE0 port and INSIDE: FE1 port corresponds to OUTSIDE: FE1 port. Table 2-18 Ports on the UFLP panel Port INSIDE: FEO and FE1 ports OUTSIDE: FEO and FE1 ports Description FE ports. 2-27 . It provides absolute time information and 1PPS reference clock source for the CMPT.02 in.] x 20. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.] x 144.4mm [5.2.9 USCU The USCU is compatible with six types of satellite cards. which are used to connect the CMPT of the BBU3900 FE ports. Figure 2-16 UFLP panel (1) INSIDE: FE0 port (2) INSIDE: FE1 port (3) OUTSIDE: FE0 port (4) OUTSIDE: FE1 port Ports Table 2-18 lists the ports on the UFLP panel..32 mm [0.] Lightning specifications: 1kA (differential mode) or 2kA (common mode) l 2.69?in. Ltd. Exterior Figure 2-16 shows the UFLP panel. which are used to connect external devices NOTE For cable connection.80 in.

Table 2-19 Ports on the USCU panel Port GPS port RGPS port BITS port TEST port Description GPS signal port RGPS signal port BITS clock signal port Test clock port Indicators Table 2-20 lists the indicators on the USCU panel. and indicators of the USCU panel. and indicators of the USCU panel.9. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .9. ports. Exterior Figure 2-17 shows the USCU panel. 2-28 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ports.2 Technical Specifications of the USCU This describes the technical specifications of the USCU. 2. USCU Panel This describes the exterior.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2..2. Figure 2-17 USCU panel (1) GPS port (2) RGPS port (3) BITS port (4) TEST port Ports Table 2-19 lists the ports on the USCU panel.1 USCU Panel This describes the exterior. Ltd.2.

Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Table 2-20 Indicators on the panel Indicato r RUN Color Green Descripti on Operation indicator Description l Normal State Blinking at 0. but the board is faulty. Ltd.25 Hz: The board is being tested.69?in. Blinking at 0. CPRI cable.1 PGND Cable of the BBU3900 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.80 in. Other: The board is faulty.3. Blinking at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.3 BBU3900 Cables The cables of the BBU3900 are the PGND cable. OFF: The standby board is used. FE cable/conversion cable. OFF: No alarm is generated.02 in.5 Hz: The board functions normally. E1/T1 cable/conversion cable.32 mm [0. The technical specifications of the USCU are as follows: l Dimensions (length x width x depth): 280 mm [11.45 mm [5.] x 144. Blinking at 0. OFF: There is no power input. Blinking at 4 Hz: The board is in the loading state. 2. l l l l l ALM Red Alarm indicator l l OFF l l l ACT Green Active/ standby indicator l l - Technical Specifications of the USCU This describes the technical specifications of the USCU.] x 20. alarm cable. Blinking at 0.] Input voltage: +12V Power consumption: ≤ 3 W l l 2.25 Hz: A minor alarm is generated. and clock cable.5 Hz: A major alarm is generated. Blinking at 0.. or the board is faulty. ON: The active board is used. ON: The board must be replaced. 2-29 .5 Hz ON: There is power input. –48 V DC power cable.

5 FE Cable of the BBU3900 The FE cable connects the BBU3900 and the router in the equipment room so that the BBU3900 can communicate with the BSC. an optical fiber is used.3. The PGND cable is required when the BBU3900 is installed in a 19-inch rack.8 Alarm Cable of the BBU3900 The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. It is optional. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .3. It is an optional cable. Ltd.3.3. The SFP cable is used only when the BBU and the RRU/ODU are both installed indoors. namely. In other scenarios. You can add 2-hole OT terminals on the installation site. It is not required when the BBU3900 is installed in a 19-inch cabinet/APM30.3.3. There are two types of CPRI cables. It is optional. 2.3.3 E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900 The E1/T1 cable connects the BBU3900 and the BSC.1 PGND Cable of the BBU3900 The PGND cable ensures the grounding of the BBU3900.3. and both ends are single-hole OT terminals.6 FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900 The FE lightning protection conversion cable is used to connect the CMPT and the UFLP. 2. Cable Exterior The color of a PGND cable is yellow-green. 2.. The PGND cable is required when the BBU3900 is installed in a 19-inch rack. It is not required when the BBU3900 is installed in a 19-inch cabinet/APM30. It is used to transmit baseband signals.4 BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable The E1/T1 lightning conversion cable connects the CMPT/UTRP and the E1/T1 lightning protection board. 2. 2.3. 2.3. Figure 2-18 shows the structure of the PGND cable.9 BBU3900 Monitoring Signal Cable The BBU3900 signal cables are the power cabinet signal cable to the APM30 and the signal cable to the EMUA.7 BBU3900 CPRI Cable The CPRI cable carries CPRI signals between the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide The PGND cable ensures the grounding of the BBU3900. 2.10 Clock Cable of the BBU3900 This describes the GPS clock signal cable of the BBU3900. optical fiber and SFP cable. 2. 2. 2-30 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2.2 Power Cable of the BBU3900 The power cables of the BBU3900 are –48 V power cable and +24 V power cable. The selection of power cables depends on the input power.

Cable Exterior One end of the power cable is a 3V3 power connector. Table 2-21 Installation position of the PGND cable One End Connected to Grounding bolt on the BBU3900 The Other End Connected to PGND wire terminal 2.2 Power Cable of the BBU3900 The power cables of the BBU3900 are –48 V power cable and +24 V power cable.. Ltd. you must add an OT terminal on the installation site. Figure 2-19 Structure of the power cable (1) 3V3 power connector (2) OT terminal NOTE The –48 V power cable is blue and black in color.3. Figure 2-19 shows the +24 V DC power cable. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE In the DBS3900. The selection of power cables depends on the input power. but it is red and black in color. The shape of the +24 V power cable is the same as that of the –48 V power cable. and the other end is an OT terminal. 2-31 . If the other end is bare.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Figure 2-18 PGND cable (1) Single-hole OT terminal (2) Heat shrink tube Installation Position Table 2-21 lists the installation position of the PGND cable. the BBU3900 supports the input mode of –48 V DC through the –48 V power cable.

Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .3. and 100-ohm T1 twisted pair cable. and the connector at the other end is made on the site depending on the actual requirement.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Cables Description The power cable is a 2-wire cable. Table 2-24 Connection of the BBU3900 power cable 3V3 Connected to PWR port of the UPEU OT Terminal Connected to External input power NOTE In the DBS3900. the power distribution box supplies power to the BBU3900. 2-32 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable. refer to Table 3-5. It is used to transmit baseband signals. Table 2-22 Cores and pins of the –48 V power cable Pin of the Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Blue Black Description -48V GND Table 2-23 Cores and pins of the +24 V power cable Pin of the Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Red Black Description +24V GND Installation Position Table 2-24 lists the connections of the BBU3900 power cables. Ltd. Cable Appearance The BBU3900 uses the following trunk cables: the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable.3 E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900 The E1/T1 cable connects the BBU3900 and the BSC. Table 2-22 and Table 2-23 show the cores and pins. 2. For the cable connections between different power distribution boxes and the BBU3900. One end of the E1/T1 cable is a DB26 male connector.

. Ltd. 2-33 . A 120-ohm twisted pair cable consists of eight pairs of (sixteen) cables and can provide four E1 links. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 2-20 E1/T1 cable (1) DB26 connector Installation Position Table 2-25 lists the connection of the E1/T1 cable in the BBU3900. l Figure 2-20 shows the E1/T1 cable. A 100-ohm twisted pair cable consists of eight pairs of (sixteen) cables and can provide four T1 links. 75-Ohm Coaxial Cable Figure 2-21 shows the structure of the 75-ohm coaxial cable. Table 2-25 Connection of the E1/T1 cable DB26 Connected to Internal UELP External SLPU When the UELP is not used OUTSIDE port on the UELP OUTSIDE port on the UELP E1/T1 port on the CMPT The Other End Connected to transmission equipment or BSC NOTE The UELP can be installed in the SLPU to provide lightning protection for the E1/T1 cable.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide l l 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 A 75-ohm coaxial cable consists of eight coaxial cables and can provide four E1 links.

4 CHAN 1 RX CHAN 1 W4 4 X0. Ltd.Ring X7.5 X0.Tip X5.Ring X4.Ring X6.20 CHAN 0 TX W3 3 X0.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 2-21 Structure of the 75-ohm coaxial cable (1) DB26 connector (4) Cable core (2) Main label (5) Cable sheath (3) 75-ohm coaxial cable (X1-X8) Table 2-26 lists the mapping between the 75-ohm coaxial cable and the DB26 connector.8 CHAN 3 RX CHAN 3 W8 2-34 8 X0.3 X0. . 24 CHAN 2 TX W7 7 X0.22 CHAN 1 TX W5 5 X0.Ring X8.Tip X4.Tip X6.25 CHAN 3 TX Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.21 X0.23 X0.Ring X3.Tip X7.Tip X1.Tip Signal CHAN 0 RX Remarks CHAN 0 W2 2 X0.7 X0.Tip X3..Ring X2.Ring X5.1 X0. Table 2-26 Mapping between the 75-ohm coaxial cable and the DB26 connector Cable Numb er 1 Cable W1 Start X0.19 X0.Tip X2.6 CHAN 2 RX CHAN 2 W6 6 X0.2 End X1.

1 X0. cut off the extra length of cable and pay attention to the mapping between the twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector.4 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Color of Sheath White/blue Blue/white White/orange Orange/white White/green Green/white White/brown Brown/white Signal CHAN 0 TX Remarks CHAN 0 CHAN 0 RX CHAN 1 TX CHAN 1 CHAN 1 RX Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 2-27 Mapping between the 100-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector Cable W1 Start X0..26 End X8. Ltd.3 X0. Figure 2-22 Structure of the 100-ohm twisted pair cable (1) DB26 connector (2) Main label NOTE When installing the 100-ohm twisted pair cable.21 X0.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Cable Cable Numb er Start X0.22 W4 X0.Ring Signal Remarks 100-Ohm Twisted Pair Cable Figure 2-22 shows the structure of the 100-ohm twisted pair cable.20 W2 X0. 2-35 .19 X0.2 W3 X0. Table 2-27 lists the mapping between the 100-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector.

Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .2 2-36 Color of Sheath Gray White Blue White Signal CHAN 0 TX Remarks CHAN 0 CHAN 0 RX Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.20 W2 X0. Ltd.24 Color of Sheath White/gray Gray/white Red/blue Blue/red Red/orange Orange/red Red/green Green/red Signal CHAN 2 TX Remarks CHAN 2 W6 X0.26 CHAN 3 TX CHAN 3 W8 X0. Figure 2-23 Structure of the 120-ohm twisted pair cable (1) DB26 connector (2) Main label Table 2-28 lists the mapping between the 120-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector.5 X0..19 X0.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Cable W5 Start X0. 6 CHAN 2 RX W7 X0.8 CHAN 3 RX 120-Ohm Twisted Pair Cable Figure 2-23 shows the structure of the 120-ohm twisted pair cable. Table 2-28 Mapping between the 120-ohm twisted pair cable and the DB26 connector Cable W1 Start X0.25 X0.7 X0.23 X0.1 X0.

Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 2-24 E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable (1) DB25 connector (2) DB26 connector Cables Description Table 2-29 lists the use of the pins of the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable.8 CHAN 3 RX 2. It is an optional cable.26 CHAN 3 TX CHAN 3 W8 X0.3 X0.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Cable W3 Start X0. 6 CHAN 2 RX W7 X0.7 X0. Cable Exterior One end of the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable is a DB26 male connector. 2-37 .25 X0.5 X0.4 BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable The E1/T1 lightning conversion cable connects the CMPT/UTRP and the E1/T1 lightning protection board..23 X0. and the other end is a DB25 male connector.24 CHAN 2 TX CHAN 2 W6 X0. Ltd.22 Color of Sheath Blue Red Orange White Orange Red Green White Green Red Brown White Signal CHAN 1 TX Remarks CHAN 1 W4 X0.21 X0.3.4 CHAN 1 RX W5 X0. Figure 2-24 shows the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable.

19 X1.26 Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Use of Core Twisted pair cable DB25 Connector Pin X2.23 X1.4 X1. 2-38 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 X1.1 X1.12 X2. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .20 X1.15 X2.14 X2.10 X2. Table 2-30 Installation position of the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable DB26 Connected to When the UTRP is not installed When the UTRP is installed E1/T1 port on the CMPT l l DB25 Connected to INSIDE port on the UELP E1/T1 port on the UTRP E1/T1 port on the CMPT 2.2 X1.3 X2.6 X1.25 X1.21 X1.8 X2.7 X1.5 X2.24 X2. Ltd.9 X2.4 X2..5 FE Cable of the BBU3900 The FE cable connects the BBU3900 and the router in the equipment room so that the BBU3900 can communicate with the BSC.24 X1.11 X2.2 X2.13 X2.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Table 2-29 Cores and pins of the E1/T1 lightning conversion cable DB26 Connector Pin X1.8 X1.22 X1.6 X2.5 X1.25 Installation Position Table 2-30 lists the installation position of the E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable.7 X2.3.

3 X1.6 X2.9 Installation Position Table 2-32 lists the connection of the BBU3900 FE cable. 2-39 .3 X2.4 X2.5 X1. Ltd.2 X2.7 Use of Core Orange White/orange Green White/green Blue White/blue Brown White/brown Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Use of Core Twisted pair cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X2.4 X1.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Cable Exterior Both ends of the FE cable are RJ45 connectors.5 X2.. Table 2-31 Cores and pins of the FE cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1. Figure 2-25 shows the FE cable.1 X1. Figure 2-25 FE Ethernet cable (1) RJ45 connector Cables Description Table 2-31 lists the pin assignment for the FE cable.2 X1.6 X1.8 X2.7 X2. Table 2-32 Connection of the FE cable One End Connected to When the internal UFLP is used External SLPU When the UFLP is not used Issue 03 (2008-11-30) The Other End Connected to OUTSIDE FE0/FE1 port on the UFLP Routing device (connected to the BSC) FE0 port on the CMPT Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 X1.

9 Installation Position Table 2-34 lists the connection of the FE lightning protection conversion cable.4 X1. 2.5 X2.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide NOTE The UFLP can be installed in the SLPU for the lightning protection of the FE cable..2 X2.8 X1. Cable Exterior Both ends of the FE lightning protection conversion cable are RJ45 connectors. Table 2-33 Cores and pins of the FE cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1.6 FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900 The FE lightning protection conversion cable is used to connect the CMPT and the UFLP.2 X1. Figure 2-26 shows the FE lightning protection conversion cable.1 X1.5 X1. Ltd.7 X2.6 X1. It is optional. 2-40 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 X2.4 X2.3 X1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .3 X2.7 Use of Core Orange White/orange Green White/green Blue White/blue Brown White/brown Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Use of Core Twisted pair cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X2. Figure 2-26 FE lightning protection conversion cable (1) RJ45 connector Cables Description Table 2-33 lists the pin assignment for the FE cable.3.6 X2.

Figure 2-27 shows the CPRI optical cable. Figure 2-27 CPRI optical fiber (1) DLC connector (3) Fiber tail (2) Label SFP Cable In the scenario of indoor centralized installation. namely.. an optical fiber is used. In other scenarios. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Optical fiber The CPRI optical cable is a multi-mode 2-wire cable with LC connectors at both ends. Figure 2-28 Structure of the SFP cable Installation Position Table 2-35 lists the connection of the CPRI cable in the BBU3900. 2-41 . Ltd. The SFP cable is used only when the BBU and the RRU/ODU are both installed indoors. the SFP high-speed cable is used to connect the BBU and the RRU/ODU.3. There are two types of CPRI cables.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Table 2-34 Connection of the FE lightning protection conversion cable One End Connected to FE0 port on the CMPT The Other End Connected to FE port at the INSIDE position of the UFLP 2. optical fiber and SFP cable.7 BBU3900 CPRI Cable The CPRI cable carries CPRI signals between the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU. Figure 2-28 shows the structure of the SFP cable.

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Table 2-35 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900 One End Connected to Optical fiber SFP Cable SFP on the HCPM/HECM
NOTE When the optical cable is used, you must install the removable optical module.

The Other End Connected to
l l

ODU3601CE: SFP port on the OMTR, silk screen: A RRU3606: CPRI_W port on the RRU

NOTE When the optical cable is used, you must install the removable optical module.

2.3.8 Alarm Cable of the BBU3900
The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. It is optional.

Cable Exterior
Both ends of the alarm cable are RJ45 connectors. During installation, you must add a terminal that is compatible with the external alarm device to one end of the cable. Figure 2-29 shows the alarm cable. Figure 2-29 Alarm cable of the BBU3900

(1) RJ45 connector

Cables Description
Table 2-36 lists the pin assignment for the alarm cable. Table 2-36 Cores and pins of the alarm cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4
2-42

Pin of the RJ45 Connector X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4

Use of Core White/orange Orange White/green Green White/blue Blue

Use of Core Twisted pair cable

Twisted pair cable

Twisted pair cable

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Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1.7 X1.8

Pin of the RJ45 Connector X2.7 X2.8

Use of Core White/brown Brown

Use of Core Twisted pair cable

Installation Position
Table 2-37 lists the connection of the BBU3900 alarm cable. Table 2-37 Connection of the alarm cable One End Connected to EXT_ALM0 port or EXT_ALM1 port on the UPEU The Other End Connected to Alarm signal port on the external alarm device

2.3.9 BBU3900 Monitoring Signal Cable
The BBU3900 signal cables are the power cabinet signal cable to the APM30 and the signal cable to the EMUA. 2.3.9.1 Signal Cable Connecting the BBU3900 and the EMUA The signal cable from the BBU3900 to the EMUA is delivered with the EMUA. It is used to carry the Boolean signal from the EMUA to the BBU3900. 2.3.9.2 Signal Cable Connecting the BBU3900 and the APM30 (–48 V) Power Supply Cabinet The signal cable connecting the BBU3900 and the APM30 (–48 V) is delivered with the APM30. It is used to carry the monitoring alarm signal from the APM30 (–48 V) power supply cabinet to the BBU3900.

Signal Cable Connecting the BBU3900 and the EMUA
The signal cable from the BBU3900 to the EMUA is delivered with the EMUA. It is used to carry the Boolean signal from the EMUA to the BBU3900.

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Figure 2-30 shows the EMUA signal cable.

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Figure 2-30 EMUA signal cable

(1) RJ45 connector

(2) DB9 male connector

Cables Description
Table 2-38 lists the cores and pins of the EMUA signal cable. Table 2-38 Cores and pins of the EMUA signal cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1.1 X1.2 X1.4 X1.5 DB9 Male Connector Color Description

X2.3 X2.7 X2.2 X2.6

White Orange White Blue

Twisted pair cable

Twisted pair cable

Installation Position
Table 2-39 lists the installation position of the EMUA signal cable. Table 2-39 Installation position of the EMUA signal cable RJ45 Connector Connected to MON1 port on the UPEU DB9 Male Connector Connected to RS485 port on the EMUA

Signal Cable Connecting the BBU3900 and the APM30 (–48 V) Power Supply Cabinet
The signal cable connecting the BBU3900 and the APM30 (–48 V) is delivered with the APM30. It is used to carry the monitoring alarm signal from the APM30 (–48 V) power supply cabinet to the BBU3900.
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Figure 2-31 APM30 (–48 V) signal cable (1) RJ45 connector (2) Bare wire Cables Description Table 2-40 lists the cores and pins of the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable.2 X1. Ltd. see Table 2-40. Table 2-41 Installation position of the EMUA signal cable RJ45 Connector Connected to EXT-ALM of the UPEU Bare Wires Connected to AMPI of the APM30.4 X1..Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Cable Exterior Figure 2-31 shows the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2-45 . For the connection relation.5 Color White/orange Orange Blue White/blue Port on the APM30 TX+ TXRX+ RX- NOTE The other four cores are not used.1 X1. Table 2-40 Cores and pins of the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1. Installation Position Table 2-41 lists the installation position of the EMUA signal cable.

2-46 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Cable Exterior One end of the clock cable is an SMA male connector.3. and the other end is an N-type connector.. Figure 2-32 shows the clock cable.2 Hardware Configuration of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2. The GPS lightning arrester and the BBU must have the same potential. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .10 Clock Cable of the BBU3900 This describes the GPS clock signal cable of the BBU3900. Ltd. Figure 2-32 GPS clock cable (1) SMA male connector (2) N-type connector Installation Position Table 2-42 lists the installation position of the clock cable. Table 2-42 Installation position of the clock cable SMA Male Connector Connected to When the USCU is not used When the USCU is used GPS port on the CMPT GPS port on the USCU N-Type Connector Connected to GPS lightning arrester at the BBU side CAUTION The GPS lightning arrester of the BBU must be installed at a proper position and grounded reliably.

transmission space. It supports multiple types of custom power supplies and extended storage battery cabinets.5 EMUA The Environment Monitoring Unit (EMUA) is used to monitor the environment variables inside the cabinet and handle the alarms. The BBU3900 can monitor the cabinet environment and dry contact alarms through the EMUA. 3-1 . APM30. 3. 3. 3..3 Power Supply Devices The power supply device converts the external power supply to the –48 V DC power for the BBU3900. The indoor installation rack can be fixed on the wall or the floor.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 About This Chapter The auxiliary devices of the BBU3900 are the indoor installation rack. power supply device. including the BBU3900 and RRU3606.1 Indoor Installation Rack The indoor installation rack provides a maximum space of 10 U. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and lightning protection for a distributed BTS. or be stacked on other object. The APM30 provides power supply. Ltd. monitoring and lightning protection device. backup power supply. It protects the E1/T1 signals and Ethernet signals from lightning surge. 3. It can house standard 19-inch devices. 3.4 SLPU The Signal Lightning Protection Unit (SLPU) is installed outside the BBU3900.2 APM30 The AMP30 is an integrated backup power supply system. It can be installed outdoors.

including the BBU3900 and RRU3606.37 lb] or higher. or be stacked on other object.39 in. Figure 3-1 Indoor installation rack and the installation mode NOTE l l l If you want to fix the indoor installation rack on the wall.72 in. It can house standard 19-inch devices.56 in. Ltd. For the installation of the indoor installation rack.. the distance between them must be smaller than 10 mm [0. x 27.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3. refer to Indoor Installation Rack. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .62 in. ensure that the load-bearing capacity of the wall is 80 kg [176. If two indoor installation racks are fixed on the wall and aligned horizontally. x 17. Table 3-1 Engineering specifications of the indoor installation rack Item Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Specification 600 mm x 450 mm x 700 mm [23. Equipment Exterior Figure 3-1 shows the indoor installation rack and the installation mode. Engineering Specifications Table 3-1 lists the engineering specifications of the indoor installation rack.1 Indoor Installation Rack The indoor installation rack provides a maximum space of 10 U.].68 lb] 3-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The indoor installation rack can be fixed on the wall or the floor.] 18 kg [39.

Figure 3-2 shows the installation scenario. For indoor distributed installation.50 mm (10 U) [19 in. Figure 3-3 shows the installation scenario..] Scenarios In terms of the DBS3900. Ltd.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Item Space for user devices (W x D x H) Specification 482. the –48 V DC input is supported.57 in. l Figure 3-2 Indoor centralized installation Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the –48 V DC input is supported. The following are the scenarios: l For indoor centralized installation. x 17.5 in. 3-3 . x 14. the indoor installation rack supports only the BBU3900 and the RRU3606. It does not support the ODU3601CE.60 mm (19-inch) x 370 mm x 444.

and lightning protection for a distributed BTS. It can be installed outdoors. It supports multiple types of custom power supplies and extended storage battery cabinets. backup power supply.2 APM30 The AMP30 is an integrated backup power supply system. Ltd. or transmission cabinet. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . the APM30 can be used as a power supply cabinet. Figure 3-4 shows the power supply cabinet and transmission cabinet.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 3-3 Indoor distributed installation 3. battery cabinet. Equipment Exterior With different modules equipped.. Figure 3-5 shows the battery cabinet. transmission space. The APM30 provides power supply. 3-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

and 220 V three-phase Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.. supporting the AC input modes of 220 V single-phase. 3-5 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Figure 3-4 APM30 (power supply cabinet/transmission cabinet) Figure 3-5 APM30 (battery cabinet) The following describes the three applications of the APM30: l Power supply cabinet – Equipped with the embedded AC/DC power supply system (containing PSUAC/DC and PMU). 110 V dual-live wires.

9 in.25 mm x 310 mm [19 in. Engineering Specifications Table 3-2 lists the engineering specifications of the APM30.26 in. x 18. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .9 in. one line of input and nine lines of output Providing 11 U space for installing user devices Battery cabinet – – l Transmission cabinet – – – NOTE For the description and installation guide of the APM30.6 mm x 311. Table 3-2 Engineering specifications for the APM30 Type APM30 Item Cabinet dimensions (width x height x depth) Dimensions of the base (W x H x D) Power supply cabinet Cabinet weight Specification 600 mm x 700 mm x 480 mm [23.. x 27. x 8.6 mm x 222.15 mm x 310 mm [19 in. refer to the APM30 User Guide. (7 U) x 12.87 in. x 12. supporting –48 V DC power input Providing DC power supply for the user devices. x 18.2 in.] 600 mm x 200 mm x 480 mm [23.] IP55 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 – – – l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Providing two lines of AC output.3 lb] Remarks When the base is not used Storage battery group and user transmission device not included Space for user devices (W x H x D) l With storage battery group: 82. and ten lines of DC power distribution Supporting internal storage battery for standby power supply Providing space for installing user equipment Providing DC standby power supply of -48 V 50 Ah or -48 V 100 Ah (two storage battery groups) when equipped with -48 V 50 Ah storage battery group Providing DC standby power supply of -48 V 92 Ah or -48 V 184 Ah (two storage battery groups) when equipped with -48 V 92 Ah storage battery group Equipped with the DCDU.25 in.75 in.62 in. Ltd.56 in.] Without storage battery group: 82. x 7.] l Maintenance space of front cable outlet Dustproof and waterproof 3-6 32 mm [1.] ≤ 65 kg [143.2 in.62 in. (5 U) x 12.

and the RRUs/ODUs are centralized in a remote location. metal mast. l The APM30 provides 7 U internal space for the installation of the BBU and transmission devices.] Remarks Battery cabinet Cabinet weight Storage battery Dustproof and waterproof Installation mode Storage batteries not included Transmiss ion cabinet Space for user devices (W x D x H) Installation Scenarios (DBS3900) In terms of DBS3900. and the RRUs/ODUs are distributed in remote locations. the internal storage battery group or the storage battery group in the battery cabinet supplies – 48 V DC power to the distributed BTS and the transmission equipment. The APM30 can use internal storage batteries or external storage batteries in the battery cabinet.50 mm (10 U) [19 in.60 mm (19-inch) x 370 mm x 444. It uses an embedded power supply system to supply –48 V DC power to the distributed BTS and transmission devices and to recharge the storage batteries. Figure 3-6 and Figure 3-7 show the scenarios.39 lb] Supporting –48 V 50 Ah/92 Ah storage battery group IP34 Supporting floor installation and stack on the RF cabinet or power supply cabinet 482.57 in. 3-7 .. Outdoor centralized installation: the BBU is installed in the APM30. stack on the RF cabinet or extended battery cabinet ≤ 41 kg [90. Ltd. the APM30 supports the AC power input modes of 220 V single-/threephase and 110 V dual-live wires. x 14. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. x 17.5 in. l Outdoor distributed installation: the BBU is installed in the APM30. If the mains supply is disrupted.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Type Item Installation mode Specification Supporting floor installation.

3-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .3 Power Supply Devices The power supply device converts the external power supply to the –48 V DC power for the BBU3900. Ltd..3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 3-6 APM30 working with distributed BTS (internal storage batteries) Figure 3-7 APM30 working with distributed BTS (external storage batteries) 3.

Table 3-3 Power supply solutions for the DBS3900 Power Input Method Indoor –48 V DC input Configuration of Power Supply Devices DC power distribution box DCDU-03B Description l Power distribution: one line of –48 V DC input. Table 3-3 lists power supply solutions. among which six lines are 20 A. two lines are 12 A.1 Power Supply Module The DBS3900 supports the indoor power supply of –48 V DC (indoor) and outdoor power supplies of 110 V AC. Ltd.3. 220 V AC. and –48 V DC. among which three lines are 12 A. and six lines are 20 A DC lightning protection capacity: 15 kA Power supply conversion: 220 V/110 V AC power supply into –48 V DC Power distribution: one line of DC input. nine lines of –48 V DC output. and two lines are 4 A DC lightning protection capacity: 15 kA Power distribution: one line of –48 V DC input. The following describes the power supply device of the DBS3900. and –48 V DC. 3-9 .. 2 lines of –48 V DC output and ten lines of DC output. the BBU3900 uses different power supply devices. and two lines are 6 A DC lightning protection capacity: 15 kA l Outdoor 110/220 V AC input APM30 AC power supply cabinet: l l AC power supply module PSUAC/DC Power distribution box PDU l l l Outdoor –48 V DC input APM30 (–48 V) DC power supply cabinet l l DC power distribution box DCDU-03C l 3.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide NOTE 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 In different installation scenarios. 3.3. 220 V AC. nine lines of –48 V DC output. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Power Supply Solutions for the DBS3900 The power supply device of the DBS3900 supports the indoor power supply of –48 V DC (indoor) and outdoor power supplies of 110 V AC. The AC power supply module can convert the external AC power supply to –48 V AC.2 Power Distribution Box The DBS3900 supports the AC/DC power distribution box PDU and the DC power distribution box DCDU. among which seven lines are 12 A.

and power supply subrack. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) 3-10 . as shown in Figure 3-8. Output current: – – AC: 10 A (max. and –48 V DC. l l By default.2 Power Distribution Box The DBS3900 supports the AC/DC power distribution box PDU and the DC power distribution box DCDU. you do not need to install it onsite.) DC: 4 A (LOAD0–LOAD1). Figure 3-8 AC power supply module (1) PSUAC/DC (2) PMU The AC power supply module has the following functions: l Supporting the 220 V single-/three-phase and the 110 V two-phase power supply input and the –48 V DC power supply output Reporting power supply alarms l 3.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3. By default. PDU The PDU supports 220/110 V AC input. 20 A (LOAD4–LOAD9) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the APM30 AC power supply cabinet uses the PDU. l In the scenario of outdoor AC power supply. l The AC power supply module consists of the PMU.3. PSUAC/DC.1 Power Supply Module The DBS3900 supports the indoor power supply of –48 V DC (indoor) and outdoor power supplies of 110 V AC. Therefore. 220 V AC. the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30 AC power supply cabinet and uses the AC power module. 12 A (LOAD2–LOAD3).3. Ltd. the APM30 AC power cabinet contains an AC power supply module. 2 lines of AC output. The AC power supply module can convert the external AC power supply to –48 V AC. and 10 lines of –48 V DC output for AC/DC power distribution..

and L3 N wire post L1 L2 L3 N wire post L1 L2 N wire post N wire post: connected L wire post: L2 and L3 connected N wire post: connected Short Connecting Mode L wire post: connected N wire post: connected L wire post: not connected NOTE The strap for the L wire post of AC INPUT on the PDU is installed before delivery. you do not need to install it onsite. Figure 3-9 DC PDB (1) AC input wire terminal (2) AC input wire terminal (3) AC input wire terminals (4) AC output wire (N) (L) (Lout1 and Lout2) terminals (Nout1 and Nout2) (5) MCB for AC input (6) MCB for AC output (7) MCBs for DC output (SW0–SW9) (8) DC input wire terminals (LOAD0–LOAD9) Table 3-4 lists how to use the AC PDB. Table 3-4 How to use the AC PDB AC Input Mode Single-phase 220 V AC Three-phase 220 V AC Power Cable L N L1 L2 L3 N Two-phase 110 V AC L1 L2 N Wiring Mode Any of L1. 3-11 . Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If the AC input is threephase 220 V. Therefore.. you must remove the strap from the L wire post. Figure 3-9 shows the exterior of the PDU. L2. the APM30 AC power cabinet contains a PDU. Ltd.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide NOTE 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 By default.

. Ltd.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide DCDU The DCDU supports one line of –48 V DC input and nine lines of –48 DC output for DC power distribution. Table 3-5 Cable connections between the power distribution box and the BBU3900 (DBS3900) Type of Power Distribution Box PDU Scenarios Cable Connection (–48 V Power Cable of the BBU3900) OT terminal: l l l APM30 AC power supply cabinet Any terminal pair in LOAD2–LOAD3 Positive (black) to RTN (+) Negative (blue) to REG (–) 3V3 connector: PWR port on the UPEU of the BBU3900 3-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the power distribution box is the direct power supply device for the BBU3900. refer to Table 3-5. Output current: 20 A (LOAD0–LOAD5) and 12 A (LOAD6–LOAD8) By default. It supplies –48 V DC power to the BBU3900. Figure 3-10 Exterior of the DCDU Cable Connections Between the Power Distribution Box and the BBU3900 In the DBS3900. For the cable connections between the power distribution box and the BBU3900. and the OT terminal is connected to the DC output terminal of the power distribution box. Output current: 12 A (LOAD0–LOAD6) and 2 A (LOAD7–LOAD8) – l DCDU-03C – – NOTE By default. DCDU has two models: l DCDU-03B – The DCDU-O3B is used when the BBU3900 installed in a 19-inch cabinet/rack/indoor installation rack. The silkscreen indicating the model is printed on the bottom-right of the panel. The 3V3 connector of the BBU3900 –48 V power cable is connected to the UPEU. Therefore. Models have the same exterior design. the APM30 (–48 V) power supply cabinet uses the DCDU-03C. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . as shown in Figure 3-10. you do not need to install it onsite. the APM30 (–48 V DC) AC power cabinet contains a DCDU-03C.

E1/T1 surge protectors and FE surge protectors UFLP. Figure 3-11 shows the SLPU panel. It can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet.. One FE surge protector supports two channels of Ethernet signals for surge protection. the use of the UFLP or the UELP depends on the type of the trunk cable. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. It protects the E1/T1 signals and Ethernet signals from lightning surge. namely. Ltd. One E1/T1 surge protector supports four E1s/T1s for surge protection. Function In the SLPU. the SLPU must be used.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 Type of Power Distribution Box DCDU-03C Scenarios Cable Connection (–48 V Power Cable of the BBU3900) OT terminal: l l l APM30 (–48 V) DC power supply cabinet Any terminal pair in LOAD0–LOAD6 Positive (black) to RTN (+) Negative (blue) to REG (–) 3V3 connector: PWR port on the UPEU of the BBU3900 DCDU-03B l l l 19-inch cabinet 19-inch rack Indoor Installation Rack OT terminal: l l l Any terminal pair in LOAD6–LOAD8 Positive (black) to RTN (+) Negative (blue) to REG (–) 3V3 connector: PWR port on the UPEU of the BBU3900 3. l l l Configuration Principle The use of the SLPU must follow the following rules: l When the BBU3900 uses a UTRP. Figure 3-11 SLPU with a UELP and a UFLP The SLPU has the following functions: l The SLPU can be configured with a maximum of four surge protectors.4 SLPU The Signal Lightning Protection Unit (SLPU) is installed outside the BBU3900. 3-13 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .

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When the BBU3900 is installed outdoors, the SLPU must be used.

3.5 EMUA
The Environment Monitoring Unit (EMUA) is used to monitor the environment variables inside the cabinet and handle the alarms. The BBU3900 can monitor the cabinet environment and dry contact alarms through the EMUA.

Function
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Supporting a maximum of 32 dry contact connections Supporting the installation in the 19-inch cabinet and on the indoor installation rack Supporting the following monitoring items:
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Environment monitoring (including temperature, water penetration, smoke, and fog) Intruder monitoring (through infrared or access control) Monitoring power distribution

Configuration Principle
The BBU3900 provides 16 dry contact connections and two 485 alarm connections. The EMUA can be added to expand the environment monitoring capacity and dry contract capacity. The use of the EMUA must follow the following rules:
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If the number of alarm connections is smaller than 16, the EMUA is not required. If the number of alarm connections is greater than 16 and smaller than 32, an EMUA is required.

For details about the EMUA, see the EMUA User Guide.

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About This Chapter
This describes the safety precautions, installation background information, installation procedure, and installation checklist. 4.1 Information About the Installation of the BBU3900 Before installing, operating and maintaining the BBU3900, you must learn the background information about the installation mode, required space for installation, requirement for cable layout. 4.2 Preparations for Installing the BBU3900 Before you install a BBU3900, check whether the equipment in the package carton is intact and ensure that the installation tools are available. 4.3 Installing the BBU3900 The primary procedures for installing the BBU3900 involve making preparations, installing the body, installing the cables, and checking the hardware installation. 4.4 Scenario 1: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Cabinet If the DBS3900 is installed indoors, it supports only the –48 V DC power input. In this case, the BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body, DCDU, SLPU lightning protection box (optional), and BBU3900 cables. 4.5 Scenario 2: Installing the BBU3900 in the AMP30 In the outdoor installation, the DBS3900 supports the power input modes of 220 V AC, 110 V AC, and -48 V DC. In this cause, the BBU3900 can be installed in the APM30 AC cabinet or the APM30 (–48 V) DC cabinet. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body, SLPU lightning protection box, and BBU3900 cables. 4.6 Scenario 3: Installing the BBU3900 on the Indoor Installation Rack If the DBS3900 is installed indoors, it supports only the –48 V DC power input. In this case, the BBU3900 can be installed on the indoor installation rack. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body, DCDU, SLPU lightning protection box (optional), and BBU3900 cables. 4.7 Scenario 4: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Rack If the DBS3900 is installed indoors, it supports only the –48 V DC power input. In this case, the BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch rack.The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body, DCDU, SLPU lightning protection box (optional), and BBU3900 cables.
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4.8 Scenario 5: Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet The BBU3900 can be installed in the cabinet of the BTS3606AE. 4.9 Checking the Hardware Installation of the BBU3900 After the hardware installation of the BBU3900 is complete, you must check the installation and power on it to confirm the installation.

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4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. or 19-inch cabinet.4 Connection Relations of BBU3900 Cables This describes the cable connections between BBU3900 and its peers. you must learn the background information about the installation mode. 4. The cable layout of the BBU3900 must meet the general requirements for BTS cable layout.1 Installation Modes of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be installed in an APM30.1.1 Installation Modes of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 can be installed in an APM30. 19-inch rack.1. Ltd. or 19-inch cabinet.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout The layout of power cables and signal cables must meet certain requirements to avoid electromagnetic interference.2 Space Required for the Installation of the BBU3900 Different installation modes of the BBU3900 have different requirements for space of installation. 4. Figure 4-1 lists the installation modes that the BBU3900 supports.1 Information About the Installation of the BBU3900 Before installing. 4. such as the RRU3600/ ODU3601CEU and the BSC. requirement for cable layout. required space for installation.1.1. 4-3 . 4.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 4. indoor installation rack. indoor installation rack. 19-inch rack.. operating and maintaining the BBU3900.1.

4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-1 Installation modes of the BBU3900 4. A minimum space of 70 mm [2. Figure 4-2 Space for different installation modes of the BBU3900 (unit: mm) l l A minimum space of 25 mm [0.76 in.] must be ensured in front of the panel for cable run. Figure 4-2 shows the space required for the installation of the BBU3900.2 Space Required for the Installation of the BBU3900 Different installation modes of the BBU3900 have different requirements for space of installation..] must be ensured on both sides for ventilation. Ltd.98 in. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) 4-4 .1. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

5 mm [0.] D ≥ 4. The layout must be straight and neat.] Shielded or unshielded cable with two or more cores 6. After the installation. ≤ D ≤ 0. the cable spacing must be longer than 30 mm [1. The cable layout of the BBU3900 must meet the general requirements for BTS cable layout.5 mm ≤ D ≤ 12. They cannot be bundled together and cannot be twisted together. and the R stands for the bend radius of the cable.49 in..5 mm [0.18 in. Ensure that the cable ties are aligned in rows horizontally.18 in.5 mm [0.1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.1 in. General Requirements for BTS Cable Binding l Cables of different types must be laid separately.5 mm ≤ D ≤ 4. The cables must be tightly bundled. separate them with dedicated isolator. when they are laid parallel outside the cabinet.]. Different types of cables cannot be laid crossing each other.] Optical fiber Required Bend Radius R ≥ 2D R ≥ 3D R ≥ 2D R ≥ 3D R ≥ 20D NOTE The D in this table stands for the diameter of the cable sheath.]. the cable spacing must be longer than 100 mm [9. If such spacing requirements cannot be satisfied.49 in. Cut flush with the locking edge of the cable ties.18 in.5 mm [0.87 in.] D ≥ 12. General Requirements for Bend Radii of Cables Table 4-1 General requirements for bend radii of cables Cable Type Cable with single-layer sheath 2. The sheath cannot be damaged. Tip points of the cable ties face the same direction as others.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout The layout of power cables and signal cables must meet certain requirements to avoid electromagnetic interference. l l l General Requirements for Type-Based Cable Layout l l l Different types of cables must be laid separately.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 4.26 in.34 in. 4-5 . cables are attached with labels or tags. ≤ D ≤ 0. The spacing of cable ties is 200 mm [7.]. When cables of the same type are laid parallel inside the cabinet.

the entire cable must be buried.. In outdoor cabling. ground the idle wires in E1/T1 cables inside the equipment room. replace it. Such cables are threats to the lightning protection of the AC power port. The bend of a fiber cable must have some redundancy. Therefore. you must apply insulation treatment. If the outdoor part of an E1/T1 cable is longer than 5 m [16. If the cables must be bound to a metal cable rack. a lightning protection box must be used for grounding. E1/T1 cables can be run underground through PVC tube.04 ft]. The entire cables must be buried underground or run indoors. If the traces of folding or pressing can be found on a fiber. use protection tubes. Connect the connector securely. Do not apply too much force while pulling out the optical fibers and keep fibers away from sharp objects to avoid damage. Extra fibers must be coiled up with a dedicated device. Outdoor E1/T1 cables cannot be run overhead.4 ft]. Ensure that cables have no knot or welding joints. l l l l l Requirements for Fiber Layout l The positions of the cables must meet the engineering drawing and the general cabling standard.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Requirements for the Layout of Power Cables and PGND Cables l The positions of the cables must meet the engineering drawing and the general cabling standard. l l l l l l l Requirements for E1/T1 Cable Layout l The positions of the cables must meet the engineering drawing and the general cabling standard. Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) l l l l l l 4-6 . If one end of a fiber is connected to an optical device. such as an FMT. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. never point the other end to your eyes. If a cable is not long enough. to avoid injuries. If possible. Never add any fuse box or switch to grounding cables. Never lead grounding cables overhead into the room. The bend of an E1/T1 cable must have some redundancy. Cover the idle fiber connectors with protective caps. or the connector is damaged. Run the low-voltage AC power cables through metallic tubes and bury these tubes (at least 50 m [164.04 ft] near the equipment room) underground before leading them into the equipment room. If the cable is shorter than 50 m [164. When coiling up extra optical fibers. Never use overhead cabling to lead low-voltage AC power cables into the mobile communication site. Bind the –48 V or +24 V power cable and the GND cable together. If naked fibers without protection are used. do not bend the fibers too tight. The grounding connector should be processed. it is not easily eroded or rusted. do not use this fiber.

E1 conversion cables are used to connect the UELP/UFLP and the CMPT.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide l 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 To avoid damaging fibers. Ltd. use dust-free cotton or fiber optic cleaning kits to clean the connector. NOTE l l l l If the BBU is installed in a 19-inch rack. check whether the equipment in the package carton is intact and ensure that the installation tools are available. The two types of CPRI cables. 4.1. dedicated tools. optical modules are required. l 4. DC power cables and signal cables are used to connect the BBU and the auxiliary devices. and instruments. and the cables led from the boards on the right must be routed along the right side of the BBU 4. FE cables and fibers can be used to connect the BBU to the BSC. SFP cable and optical cable. can both be used to connect the BBU and the RRU/ODU through their CPRI ports that is SFP ports. The cables led from the boards on the left must be routed along the left side of the BBU. you must stuff the fiber inlet with soft filler. The cable run of the BBU must meet the standard. you must install the PGND cables to ensure the grounding. such as the RRU3600/ ODU3601CEU and the BSC. check whether the fiber connector is contaminated.1 Installation Tools for the BBU3900 The installation tools include general tools.. 4-7 .2 Preparations for Installing the BBU3900 Before you install a BBU3900.2 Unpacking the BBU3900 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If it is contaminated.2. Before installation. To use fibers.4 Connection Relations of BBU3900 Cables This describes the cable connections between BBU3900 and its peers. Figure 4-3 shows the cable connections for the BBU. 4. Figure 4-3 Cable connections of the BBU l l E1/T1 cables.2. Fire cotton is recommended.

M6. M3–M6 cross screwdrivers. and one cleaner l l l l M3–M6 straight screwdrivers. ESD gloves. and M19 socket wrenches. or shelves. M12. matched drill bits. prevent them from colliding with doors.2. cable peeler. adjustable wrenches. and instruments. M12.. Ltd. CAUTION When transporting. and M19 double offset ring wrenches l small tools Sharp-nose pliers. M14. handsaw. bellows. walls. and optical power meter Auxiliary tools Special tools Instrument 4.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Unpacking the carton to check the integrity of the equipment is the prerequisite for installation. 4. components. BER tester. moving. M8. M8.2 Unpacking the BBU3900 Unpacking the carton to check the integrity of the equipment is the prerequisite for installation. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . and ladders Earth resistance tester. ESD wrist strap. electric irons. M17.1 Installation Tools for the BBU3900 The installation tools include general tools. 4-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. crowbar.2. RJ-45 crimping pliers. marker. 500 V megaohm meter (for testing the insulation resistance). dedicated tools. crimping pliers. M17. ruler (1 m [3. handheld electric drill. pliers.28 ft. paper knife. or parts. Table 4-2 lists the tools and instruments required for installing the BBU3900. nipper. and M6. diagonal pliers. powder marker.]). M14. file. and wire punchdown tool Multimeter. and rubber hammer Brush. and pencil One percussion drill. Table 4-2 Tools and instruments Type Universal tools Measuring and marking instruments Drilling tools Fastening tools Tool Long tape. and installing the equipment. solder wire.

Unpack the BTS3703 packing container and check the delivered items. 4. Refer to Preparations for Installing the BBU3900. installing the body. and then proceed with the next step according to the checking result. Check the number and type of components according to the packing list. do as follows: 1. 4. According to specific scenario. and BBU3900 cables.4. select the installation mode for cables. The procedure for installing the BBU3900 is as follows: 1.4 Scenario 1: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Cabinet If the DBS3900 is installed indoors. you can install an SLPU to provide lightning protection for the trunk cables.. it supports only the –48 V DC power input. CAUTION The BTS must be powered on within 24 hours after the installation is complete. DCDU.4. 2.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 To inspect the BBU3900 equipment. Keep ready the tools required for the installation. 4-9 . select the installation mode.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Cabinet The BBU3900 can be installed in any 19-inch cabinet with a space of 2 U. In this case. 4. Checking the installation Refer to Checking the Hardware Installation of the BBU3900.3 Installing the BBU3900 The primary procedures for installing the BBU3900 involve making preparations. 4. installing the cables. 4. refer to Connection Relations of BBU3900 Cables. For details about cable connections. Refer to Installation Modes of the BBU3900.3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Cabinet (Optional) When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch cabinet.4. Check whether the total number of components is consistent with the number in the packing list attached to the package carton. Installing cables. 3. The DCDU model is DCDU-03B. and checking the hardware installation. 4. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body. the BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet. Ltd. According to specific scenario.2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch cabinet This describes how to install the DCDU in the 19-inch cabinet. Check whether all the package cartons are intact. The SLPU can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet. 2. refer to BBU3900 Cables. 3. 4. For the details about the cables. SLPU lightning protection box (optional).4. Install the body.4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

The DCDU model is DCDU-03B. Ltd. See Figure 4-4. Procedure Step 1 Hold the BBU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the cabinet.4..4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch cabinet. and alarm cables.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Cabinet The BBU3900 can be installed in any 19-inch cabinet with a space of 2 U.4. 4-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. CPRI cables.2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch cabinet This describes how to install the DCDU in the 19-inch cabinet. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. 4. Then push the BBU into the cabinet along the guide rails. Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the BBU to the cabinet. Figure 4-4 Installation in the 19-inch cabinet ----End 4. the cables to be installed are the power cables. E1/T1/FE cables.

Figure 4-5 Installation position of the DCDU in the cabinet Procedure Step 1 Hold the DCDU with both hands and place it in the position. Step 2 Push it into the cabinet. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. Installation Position Figure 4-6 shows the installation position of the SLPU in the cabinet. Ltd. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The SLPU can be installed in the 19-inch cabinet.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Installation Position Figure 4-5 shows the installation position of the DCDU in the cabinet. 4-11 . ----End 4.4. Step 3 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four screws to fix the DCDU in the cabinet by the mounting ears on both sides.3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Cabinet (Optional) When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch cabinet. you can install an SLPU to provide lightning protection for the trunk cables..

4-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and alarm cables.4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch cabinet. Step 2 Push it into the cabinet. E1/T1/FE cables.. Ltd. CPRI cables.4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Step 3 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four screws to fix the SLPU in the cabinet by the mounting ears on both sides. Connections of the BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet Figure 4-7 shows the connections of the BBU3900 cables in the 19-inch cabinet.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-6 Installation position of the SLPU in the cabinet Procedure Step 1 Hold the SLPU with both hands and place it in the position. ----End 4. the cables to be installed are the power cables.

. Figure 4-8 Example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the 19-inch cabinet (1) CPRI port cable (3) E1 cable (5) FE cable (2) Power cable (4) Environment signal cable (6) Alarm cable 4. 4-13 .4. Ltd.4.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-7 Connections of the BBU3900 cables Example of the BBU3900 Cable Layout in the 19-Inch Cabinet Figure 4-8 shows the example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the 19-inch cabinet.1 Installing Power Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is E1/T1.4. wire nipper.5 Installing Alarm Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. the CPRI cable can be an SFP cable or a fiber.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide This describes how to install power cables in the 19-inch cabinet.4.4. 4-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. multi-function pincers are available. The DCDU-O3B supports –48 V DC input for DC power distribution. refer to PDU. E1/T1 cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. Context l l For the BBU3900 installed in a 19-inch cabinet. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver.3 Installing FE Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is FE. See Figure 4-9.. the DCDU-O3B is recommended.4. 4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .4. Power cables of the BBU3900 are used to connect the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 and the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DCDU of the 19-inch cabinet. 4.4.4 Installing CPRI Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the BBU3900 is connected with the RRU/ODU through the CPRI port. Procedure Step 1 Connect the 3V3 connector of the power cable to the PWR ports on the BBU3900 panel. ensure that the 19-inch cabinet is powered off. 4. FE cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. Power cables of the BBU3900 are used to connect the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 and the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DCDU of the 19-inch cabinet. CAUTION Before installation.4. 4. Installing Power Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet This describes how to install power cables in the 19-inch cabinet. For the details about the DCDU-O3B. Ltd.4. and then tighten the screws on the connectors.

Step 2 For E1 cable layout outside the cabinet. Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available. refer to Figure 4-8. Step 4 Connect the E1/T1 cable to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP. The E1/T1 conversion cables are used to connect the CMPT and the UELP.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-9 Connecting the power cable to the PWR port Step 2 Connect the two OT terminals of the power cable to the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DCDU. 12 A DC output wire terminals in the DCDU-03B: LOAD0–LOAD2. refer to 4. and then use cable ties to fix it.. Step 5 Route the E1 cable along the cabling space on the right inside the cabinet. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and the DB25 connector to the INSIDE port on the UELP. and then tighten the screws. E1/T1 cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. Procedure Step 1 Connect the DB26 connector of the E1/T1 cable to the E1/T1 port on the CMPT. Ltd. Context l l l For E1/T1 transmission. ----End Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is E1/T1. The E1/T1 cables are used to connect the UELP and the BSC.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout. 4-15 . Step 3 For leading the E1/T1 cable into the cabinet through the cable inlet on the right. the UELP is used to provide lightning protection.1.

.79 in. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . use sealing glue to seal them.18 in. Step 7 At the part near the signal cable hole. Step 9 Use cable ties to bind the conductive cloth and the shielding layer together to ground the shielding layer. strip a section (20 mm to 30 mm [0. to 1. Ltd. as shown in Figure 4-11.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 6 Attach labels to the E1/T1 cable.]) off the E1/T1 cable to expose the shielding layer. as shown in Figure 4-12. Figure 4-11 Sealing treatment NOTE After the installation of all cables. 4-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 4-10 Stripping sheath of the E1/T1 cable Step 8 Use sealing glue to seal the E1/T1 cable. as shown in Figure 4-10.

Step 2 For FE cable layout outside the cabinet. Procedure Step 1 Connect one end the FE cable to the FE0 port on the CMPT. Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-12 Handling the E1/T1 shielding layer 1 Shielding layer 2 Cable tie 3 Conductive cloth ----End Installing FE Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is FE.. Context l l l For FE transmission the UFLP is used to provide lightning protection. connect the RJ45 connector to the OUTSIDE port on the UFLP. The FE cables are used to connect the UFLP and the BSC. and then use cable ties to fix it. and the other end to the INSIDE port on the UFLP. Step 3 After the FE cable is led into the cabinet. The other end of the fiber is connected to the optical port of the transmission device. Step 4 Route the FE cable along the cabling space in the cabinet.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout.1. The FE1 port on the panel of the CMPT can house removable optical module for fiber connection. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. refer to 4. NOTE l l You can also use fibers to support FE transmission. The FE conversion cables are used to connect the CMPT and the UFLP. Ltd. 4-17 . FE cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables.

the CPRI cable can be an SFP cable or a fiber. refer to 4. Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available.4. you must install the removable optical module. For the details. Table 4-3 lists the connections of the CPRI cables. silk screen: A RRU3606: CPRI_W port on the RRU NOTE When the optical cable is used. When the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU are in the same location.4.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet. or when the BBU3900 is installed outdoors. you can connect an SFP cable to the CPRI port. When the optical cable is used. use sealing glue to seal them. you must install the removable optical module. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . ----End Postrequisite After the installation of all cables. Installing CPRI Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet When the BBU3900 is connected with the RRU/ODU through the CPRI port. Context l When the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU are not in the same location.3 Installing FE Cables in the 19Inch Cabinet. Ltd.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 5 Attach labels to the FE cable.4. you must connect a fiber to the CPRI port.4. NOTE For the routing and sealing treatment of the SFP cable. l l l The Other End Connected to l l ODU3601CE: SFP port on the OMTR.. The following describes how to install fibers. 4-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 4-3 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900 One End Connected to Optical fiber SFP Cable SFP on the HCPM/HECM NOTE When the optical cable is used. refer to 4. you must connect a removable optical module to the CPRI port.

ensure the ESD protection. Step 4 Insert the optical module into the SFP port on the BBU channel board. and the end with the shorter one is connected to the RRU/ODU. Ltd. Step 2 For E1 cable layout outside the cabinet. Step 3 Remove the protective caps from the optical modules and the optical fibers. The end with the longer bare tail is connected to the BBU. Procedure Step 1 Attach color ring labels to the optical fibers. During installation. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. as shown in Figure 4-13. Figure 4-13 Installing optical fibers CAUTION Prevent the cabinet doors from catching the fibers. for example. wearing an antistatic wrist strap or gloves to protect the boards.1. modules. avoid bending the fiber or its tail to a very acute angle. 4-19 . l CAUTION During operation. Step 5 Insert the connector at one end of the optical fiber into the optical module.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 CAUTION l The bend radius of a fiber cannot exceed 20 times of the diameter of the fiber.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout. and electronic components against static damage.. refer to 4.

as shown in Figure 4-15. Step 9 Insert the optical module of the CPRI port into the socket on the panel of the RRU/ODU. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . as shown in Figure 4-14.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 6 Wind the fiber winding tube around the tail. Ltd. The silkscreen of the CPRI port on the RRU is CPRI_W. Figure 4-15 Installing the optical module on the RRU/ODU Step 10 Route the fibers along the cabling space in the cable cavity in the RRU/ODU.. and the use fiber ties to fix it. Step 8 Route the other end of the fiber close to the RRU/ODU. Figure 4-14 Installing the fiber winding tube Step 7 Lead one end of the fiber out of the APM30 from the cable hole at the bottom right of the cabinet. ----End 4-20 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 11 Insert the connector at one end of the optical fiber into the optical module on the panel of the RRU/ODU. and the silkscreen of the CPRI port on the ODU is A. Step 12 Attach labels to the fibers.

it supports the –48 V DC input. l 4. refer to 4. and 220 V three-phase AC. use sealing glue to seal them.5. Step 3 Route the alarm cable along the cabling space on the right of the cabinet. 220 V single-phase. and then use cable ties to fix it.4. refer to Alarm Cable of the BBU3900.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Postrequisite After the installation of all cables. Step 5 Attach labels to the alarm cables. 4-21 ..4. as shown in Figure 4-16.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet. Step 4 Connect the alarm cable to the alarm signal port on the external alarm device. Context l When the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30 AC cabinet. and BBU3900 cables. Ltd. ----End 4. 110 V AC. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body. In this cause.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the AMP30 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the BBU3900 can be installed in the APM30 AC cabinet or the APM30 (–48 V) DC cabinet. When the BBU3900 installed in (–48 V) DC cabinet. For the details. Figure 4-16 Connecting the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port Step 2 Add the terminal that the external alarm device requires to the other end of the alarm cable. Installing Alarm Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. it supports the input modes of 110 V dual-phase. and -48 V DC. Procedure Step 1 Connect the RJ45 connector of the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port or the EXT_ALM1 port on the panel of the UPEU.5 Scenario 2: Installing the BBU3900 in the AMP30 In the outdoor installation. SLPU lightning protection box. For the description of the cores and pins of the alarm cable. the DBS3900 supports the power input modes of 220 V AC.

1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the AMP30 This describes how to install the BBU3900 body in the APM30. Ltd.3 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the APM30 When the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30.5. 4.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide This describes how to install the BBU3900 body in the APM30. Installation Position Figure 4-17 shows the installation position of the BBU3900 in the APM30. 4. Figure 4-18 shows the installation position in the APM30 (–48 V) DC cabinet. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. Figure 4-17 Installation position of the BBU3900 in the APM30 AC cabinet 4-22 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. alarm cables. and environment signal cables. E1/T1/FE cables. 4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) ..2 Installing the APM30 in the SLPU This describes how to install the SLPU in the APM30. the cables to be installed are the power cables.5. CPRI cables.5.

Ltd. Step 2 Hold the BBU3900 with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the cabinet. Step 4 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four screws to fix the SLPU in the cabinet by the mounting ears on both sides. Then push the BBU3900 into the cabinet along the guide rails. The recommended position for the SLPU is the space under the BBU3900 body.2 Installing the APM30 in the SLPU This describes how to install the SLPU in the APM30. 4-23 . ----End Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Push it into the cabinet. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. Step 2 Hold the SLPU with both hands and place it in the position.5. ----End 4. Step 3 Use four panel screws M6x12 to fix the BBU3900 in the APM30.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-18 Installation position of the BBU3900 in the APM30 (–48 V) DC cabinet Procedure Step 1 Install and tune the guide rails according to the actual situation.. Procedure Step 1 Position the SLPU and tune the guide rails according to the actual situation.

Figure 4-19 Connections of the BBU3900 cables Example of the BBU3900 Cable Layout in the APM30 Cabinet Figure 4-20 shows the example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the APM30 cabinet. Ltd. and environment signal cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . the cables to be installed are the power cables. Connections of the BBU3900 Cables in the APM30 Cabinet Figure 4-19 shows the connections of the BBU3900 cables in the APM30 cabinet. 4-24 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4. CPRI cables. E1/T1/FE cables.3 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the APM30 When the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30..5. alarm cables.

5 Installing Alarm Cables in the APM30 The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. 4-25 .6 Installing Signaling Cables in the APM30 (–48 V) Power Supply Cabinet (Optional) The signal cable is connected to the MON1 port on the UPEU of the BBU3900 and the TX-TX + and RX-RX+ ports on the APM30 (–48 V) power cabinet.3. Ltd.5.5. It carries the environment monitoring signals to the BBU3900 from the APM30 (–48 V) power cabinet.3.5. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-20 Example of the BBU3900 cable layout in the APM30 cabinet (1) CPRI port cable (3) E1 cable (5) FE cable (2) Power cable (4) Environment signal cable (6) Alarm cable 4. 4.5. 4. 4.1 Installing Power Cables in the APM30 This describes how to install the BBU3900 power cables in the APM30.5.3. the CPRI cable can be an SFP cable or a fiber.3 Installing FE Cables in the APM30 When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is FE. 4..3.4 Installing the CPRI Cables in the APM30 When the BBU3900 is connected with the RRU/ODU through the CPRI port.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the APM30 When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is E1/T1. 4.3.5. E1/T1 cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. FE cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. Power cables of the BBU3900 are used to connect the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 and the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DC power distribution box of the APM30.3.

Power cables of the BBU3900 are used to connect the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 and the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DC power distribution box of the APM30. multi-function pincers are available. connect the two OT terminals of the power cable to the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the DCDU-03C. See Figure 4-21. see Power Distribution Box. ensure that the APM30 is powered off. Step 3 In the case of the APM30 (–48 V) DC power cabinet. and then tighten the screws. Context l The APM30 has two models: APM30 AC power cabinet and APM30 (–48 V) DC power cabinet. CAUTION Before installation.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Installing Power Cables in the APM30 This describes how to install the BBU3900 power cables in the APM30. Figure 4-21 Connecting the power cable to the PWR port Step 2 In the case of the APM30 AC power cabinet. 4-26 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. connect the two OT terminals of the power cable to the 12 A DC output wire terminal in the PDU. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver. For details. Ltd. and then tighten the screws. Different APM30 models have different DC power distribution boxes. 12 A DC input wire terminals in the PDU: LOAD2–LOAD3. and then tighten the screws on the connectors. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . wire nipper.. l Procedure Step 1 Connect the 3V3 connector of the power cable to the PWR ports on the BBU3900 panel.

Ltd. NOTE The UELP can be installed in the BBU3900 or in the SLPU. Procedure Step 1 Connect the DB26 connector of the E1/T1 cable to the E1/T1 port on the CMPT.18 in. Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available. refer to Figure 4-8. refer to 4. Step 3 For leading the E1/T1 cable into the cabinet through the cable inlet on the right. strip a section (20 mm to 30 mm [0. E1/T1 cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables. ----End Installing E1/T1 Cables in the APM30 When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is E1/T1.79 in.. and the DB25 connector to the INSIDE port on the UELP. The E1/T1 conversion cables are used to connect the CMPT and the UELP. Context l l l For E1/T1 transmission the UELP is used to provide lightning protection. The E1/T1 cables are used to connect the UELP and the BSC. Step 7 At the part near the signal cable hole. Step 5 Route the E1 cable along the cabling space on the right inside the APM30. Step 6 Attach labels to the E1/T1 cable.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 12 A DC input wire terminals in the DCDU-03C: LOAD3–LOAD8.]) off the E1 cable to expose the shielding layer. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. See Figure 4-22. Step 8 Route the E1 cable through the metal grounding clip on the right side of the cabinet and ensure the contact between them to ground the E1/T1 cable.1.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout. Step 4 Connect the E1/T1 cable to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP. Step 2 For E1 cable layout outside the cabinet. 4-27 . to 1. and then use cable ties to fix it.

4. 4-28 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. For the details. Ltd.4. use sealing glue to seal them. refer to 4.. Installing FE Cables in the APM30 When the transmission mode between the BBU3900 and the BSC is FE. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-22 Grounding the E1/T1 cable ----End Postrequisite After the installation of all cables. FE cables must be installed and lightning protection must be implemented for the cables.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet.

you must connect a fiber to the CPRI port.. Context l l l For FE transmission the UFLP is used to provide lightning protection. The FE conversion cables are used to connect the CMPT and the UFLP.4. Installing the CPRI Cables in the APM30 When the BBU3900 is connected with the RRU/ODU through the CPRI port. When the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU are in the same location. 4-29 l l Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Ltd. The FE1 port on the panel of the CMPT can house removable optical module for fiber connection. you must connect a removable optical module to the CPRI port. Procedure Step 1 Connect one end the FE cable to the FE0 port on the CMPT.3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout. For the details.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet. refer to 4.1. you can connect an SFP cable to the CPRI port. NOTE l l You can also use fibers to support FE transmission. use sealing glue to seal them. The other end of the fiber is connected to the optical port of the transmission device. The FE cables are used to connect the UFLP and the BSC. Step 3 After the FE cable is led into the APM30. or when the BBU3900 is installed outdoors. When the optical cable is used. and the other end to the INSIDE FE port on the UFLP. Step 2 For FE cable layout outside the cabinet. refer to 4.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available. Prerequisite l The Phillips screwdriver is available. Step 5 Attach labels to the FE cable. connect the RJ45 connector to the OUTSIDE port on the UFLP. and then use cable ties to fix it. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.4. ----End Postrequisite After the installation of all cables. Step 4 Route the FE cable along the cabling space in the APM30. the CPRI cable can be an SFP cable or a fiber. Context l When the BBU3900 and the RRU/ODU are not in the same location.

and the end with the shorter one is connected to the RRU/ODU. Ltd.4. Procedure Step 1 Attach color ring labels to the optical fibers. Step 5 Insert the connector at one end of the optical fiber into the optical module. Table 4-4 Installation position of the CPRI cable of the BBU3900 One End Connected to Optical fiber SFP Cable SFP on the HCPM/HECM NOTE When the optical cable is used. 4-30 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and electronic components against static damage. The end with the longer bare tail is connected to the BBU. refer to 4. The following describes how to install fibers. ensure the ESD protection. The Other End Connected to l l ODU3601CE: SFP port on the OMTR.. you must install the removable optical module. l CAUTION During operation. Step 3 Remove the protective caps from the optical modules and the optical fibers.1. for example. avoid bending the fiber or the tail to a very acute angle.4. During installation. modules.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Table 4-4 lists the connections of the CPRI cables. NOTE For the routing and sealing treatment of the SFP cable. refer to 4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .3 General Requirements for BTS Cable Layout. Step 4 Insert the optical module into the SFP port on the BBU channel board. as shown in Figure 4-23. wearing an antistatic wrist strap or gloves to protect the boards.3 Installing FE Cables in the 19Inch Cabinet. you must install the removable optical module. silk screen: A RRU3606: CPRI_W port on the RRU NOTE When the optical cable is used. CAUTION l The bend radius of a fiber cannot excceed 20 times of the diameter of the fiber. Step 2 For E1 cable layout outside the cabinet.

Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-23 Installing optical fibers CAUTION Prevent the doors of the APM30 from catching the fibers. Step 8 Route the other end of the fiber close to the RRU/ODU. and the use fiber ties to fix it. The silkscreen of the CPRI port on the RRU is CPRI_W. Figure 4-24 Installing the fiber winding tube Step 7 Lead one end of the fiber out of the APM30 from the cable hole at the bottom right of the cabinet. Step 6 Wind the fiber winding tube around the tail. Step 9 Insert the optical module of the CPRI port into the socket on the panel of the RRU/ODU. Ltd.. as shown in Figure 4-24. as shown in Figure 4-25. and the silkscreen of the CPRI port on the ODU is A. 4-31 . Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

refer to 4.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-25 Installing the optical module on the RRU/ODU Step 10 Route the fibers along the cabling space in the cable cavity in the RRU/ODU. For the details.2 Installing E1/T1 Cables in the 19-Inch Cabinet. use sealing glue to seal them. Procedure Step 1 Connect the RJ45 connector of the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port or the EXT_ALM1 port on the panel of the UPEU.4. Step 12 Attach labels to the fibers. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . as shown in Figure 4-26. 4-32 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ----End Postrequisite After the installation of all cables.. Installing Alarm Cables in the APM30 The alarm cable carries the alarm signals from the external alarm devices to the BBU3900. Step 11 Insert the connector at one end of the optical fiber into the optical module on the panel of the RRU/ODU.4. Ltd.

refer to Alarm Cable of the BBU3900. as shown in Figure 4-27. Step 4 Connect the alarm cable to the alarm signal port on the external alarm device.4. X1.. ----End Installing Signaling Cables in the APM30 (–48 V) Power Supply Cabinet (Optional) The signal cable is connected to the MON1 port on the UPEU of the BBU3900 and the TX-TX + and RX-RX+ ports on the APM30 (–48 V) power cabinet. Step 5 Attach labels to the alarm cables. Procedure Step 1 Connect the RJ45 connector of the signal cable to the MON0 port or the MON1 port on the panel of the UPEU. and the connect X1. See Table 4-5. and then use cable ties to fix it. 4-33 .Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-26 Connecting the alarm cable to the EXT_ALM0 port Step 2 Add the terminal that the external alarm device requires to the other end of the alarm cable. Ltd.1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. X1.2. Step 3 Route the alarm cable along the cabling space on the right of the APM30. For the description of the cores and pins of the alarm cable. It carries the environment monitoring signals to the BBU3900 from the APM30 (–48 V) power cabinet. X1. Figure 4-27 Connecting the signal cable to the MON0 port Step 2 Remove RJ45 connector from the signal cable.5 to the ports corresponding to the wire terminals according to the colors of the cores.

In this case.1 X1. DCDU. 4.4 Installing the BBU3900 Cables on the Indoor Installation Rack 4-34 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.6. and BBU3900 cables.4 X1.. and then use cable ties to fix it.5 Color White/orange Orange Blue White/blue Port on the APM30 TX+ TXRX+ RX- Step 3 Connect the two wire terminals to the TX-TX+ port and the RX-RX+ port on the panel of the APMI.2 X1. The SLPU is an optional part of the BBU3900. Ltd. 4. the BBU3900 can be installed on the indoor installation rack. as shown in Figure 4-28.6 Scenario 3: Installing the BBU3900 on the Indoor Installation Rack If the DBS3900 is installed indoors. It provides lightning protection for the trunk cables. SLPU lightning protection box (optional). The DCDU model is DCDU-03B.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Table 4-5 Cores and pins of the APM30 (–48 V) signal cable Pin of the RJ45 Connector X1.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body on the Indoor Installation Rack The BBU3900 can be installed on the indoor installation rack.6.2 Installing the DCDU on the Indoor Installation Rack The DCDU can be installed on the indoor installation rack. ----End 4. The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body. it supports only the –48 V DC power input. 4. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 4.6. Figure 4-28 Connecting the environment signal cable to the panel of the APMI Step 4 Route the signal cable along the cabling space on the right inside the APM30.6.3 Installing the SLPU on the Indoor Installation Rack (Optional) The SLPU can be installed on the indoor installation rack.

Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the BBU to the subrack. The DCDU model is DCDU-03B. E1/T1/FE cables. as shown in Figure 4-29. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. and environment signal cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. alarm cables..Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 When the BBU3900 is installed on the indoor installation rack. Procedure Step 1 Hold the BBU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the cabinet. Procedure Step 1 Hold the DCDU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the indoor installatio rack.2 Installing the DCDU on the Indoor Installation Rack The DCDU can be installed on the indoor installation rack.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body on the Indoor Installation Rack The BBU3900 can be installed on the indoor installation rack.6. 4-35 . 4. CPRI fibers. Figure 4-29 Installing the BBU3900 body on the indoor installation rack ----End 4. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available.6. Ltd. PGND cable. the cables to be installed are the power cables.

and environment signal cables. PGND cable. alarm cables. the cables to be installed are the power cables. Procedure Step 1 Hold the SLPU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the indoor installation rack. The SLPU is an optional part of the BBU3900. Ltd. BBU3900 Cable Connections on the Indoor Installation Rack Figure 4-31 shows the connections of the BBU3900 cables on the indoor installation rack. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available.6.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the DCDU to the subrack. E1/T1/FE cables.6. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . It provides lightning protection for the trunk cables. Figure 4-30 Installing the DCDU on the indoor installation rack ----End 4.. Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the SLPU to the rack. as shown in Figure 4-30. 4-36 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.4 Installing the BBU3900 Cables on the Indoor Installation Rack When the BBU3900 is installed on the indoor installation rack. ----End 4. CPRI fibers.3 Installing the SLPU on the Indoor Installation Rack (Optional) The SLPU can be installed on the indoor installation rack.

l BBU3900 Cable Layout on the Indoor Installation Rack To route BBU3900 cables on the indoor installation rack. Route the power cables led out from the BBU along the right column of the indoor installation rack up to the cabling rack. One end of the PGND cable is connected to the grounding screw on the BBU3900.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-31 Connections of the BBU3900 cables CAUTION l When the BBU3900 is installed on the indoor installation rack. Ltd.. and the other end is connected to the grounding screw on the side of the indoor installation rack. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. PGND cables must be installed. l Figure 4-32 shows an example of cable layout. do as follows: l Route the signal cables led out from the BBU along the left column of the indoor installation rack up to the cabling rack. 4-37 .

2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch Rack The DCDU can be installed in the 19-inch rack. 4.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-32 BBU3900 cable layout on the indoor installation rack (1) Signal cable (2) Power cable Cable Connections l When the BBU3900 is installed on the indoor installation rack. The DCDU model is DCDU-03B. CPRI cables. For the details about other cable connections. and BBU3900 cables. For the cable connections between the power distribution box and the BBU3900.7. In this case. refer to Table 3-5. 4-38 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.7.7 Scenario 4: Installing the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Rack If the DBS3900 is installed indoors..The parts to be installed are the BBU3900 body. l 4.3 BBU3900 Cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 4.7. E1/T1/FE cables. the cables to be installed are the power cables. and environment signal cables.4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Rack When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch rack. DCDU. Ltd. SLPU lightning protection box (optional). 4. it supports only the –48 V DC power input. 4. the DCDU-03B is used.3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Rack (Optional) The SLPU can be installed in the 19-inch rack. alarm cables. the BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch rack.7.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Rack The BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch rack. refer to 2. 4.7.1 Installing the BBU3900 Body in the 19-Inch Rack The BBU3900 can be installed in the 19-inch rack. PGND cable.

as shown in Figure 4-33. Figure 4-33 Installing the BBU3900 body (in the 19-inch rack) ----End 4. Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the BBU to the subrack. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. ----End Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the DCDU to the rack. Procedure Step 1 Hold the BBU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the cabinet. Ltd.2 Installing the DCDU in the 19-Inch Rack The DCDU can be installed in the 19-inch rack. Procedure Step 1 Hold the DCDU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the indoor installation rack. 4-39 .7.. The DCDU model is DCDU-03B.

alarm cables. E1/T1/FE cables. PGND cables must be installed. Step 2 Use the Phillips screwdriver and four panel screws to fix the SLPU to the rack. the cables to be installed are the power cables. ----End 4. Ltd. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. One end of the PGND cable is connected to the grounding screw on the BBU3900.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4.7. and the other end is connected to the grounding screw at the bottom of the 19-inch rack. CPRI cables. BBU3900 Cable Connections in the Rack Figure 4-34 shows the connections of the BBU3900 cables in the rack.3 Installing the SLPU in the 19-Inch Rack (Optional) The SLPU can be installed in the 19-inch rack.7. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . and environment signal cables. 4-40 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Procedure Step 1 Hold the SLPU with both hands and align the mounting ears with the holes on the indoor installation rack.. PGND cable.4 Installing BBU3900 Cables in the 19-Inch Rack When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch rack. Figure 4-34 Connections of the BBU3900 cables CAUTION l l When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch rack.

4-41 . l Figure 4-35 shows an example of cable layout.. Ltd. do as follows: l Route the signal cables led out from the BBU along the left column of the indoor installation rack down to the cabling rack. Figure 4-35 BBU3900 cable layout in the rack For the details about the cable connections. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 BBU3900 Cable Layout in the Rack To route BBU3900 cables in the rack. refer to 2. Route the power cables led out from the BBU along the right column of the indoor installation rack up to the cabling rack.3 BBU3900 Cables.

SFP cables.8. 4.1 Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet This describes how to install the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE cabinet.8. l 4..4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Cable Connections l When the BBU3900 is installed in the 19-inch rack. and then screw the BBU3900. Step 2 Insert the BBU3900 into a BBU subrack. 4-42 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. refer to Table 3-5. refer to 2. For the details about other cable connections.8. you must install power cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Procedure Step 1 Remove the filler panel in the BBU subrack. Ltd.2 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the BTS3606AE Cabinet When the BBU3900 is installed in a BTS3606AE cabinet. the DCDU-03B is used.8 Scenario 5: Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet The BBU3900 can be installed in the cabinet of the BTS3606AE.3 BBU3900 Cables. 4. and GPS clock cables.1 Installing the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE Cabinet This describes how to install the BBU3900 in a BTS3606AE cabinet. 4. as shown in Figure 4-36. For the cable connections between the power distribution box and the BBU3900.

SFP cables.8.3 Installing the GPS Clock Cables On the site.2 Installing the BBU3900 Cables in the BTS3606AE Cabinet When the BBU3900 is installed in a BTS3606AE cabinet. you must install power cables. Ltd. 4. install it in BBU subrack 0. One of the GPS clock cable is connected to the GPS clock port on the CMPT in the BBU3606.2. 4. which is distributed by the DC power distribution unit of the ODU or BBU in the BTS3606AE cabinet.8. The BBU3900 installed in the BTS3606AE cabinet supports only +24 V DC power input.2.1 Installing the Power Cable of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 installed in a BTS3606AE cabinet uses the +24 V DC power cable that is installed in the BTS3606AE before delivery. which are routed from the GPS lightning arrester inside the cabinet. ----End 4. and the other is connected to the external GPS feeder at the bottom of the cabinet.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-36 Installing the BBU3900 (1) BBU3900 in BBU subrack 1 (2) BBU3900 in BBU subrack 0 NOTE l l l A BTS3606AE can be configured with BBU subrack 0 and BBU subrack 1.8. 4-43 .2.8. which house two BBU3900s.2 Installing the SFP Cables This describes how to connect the SFP cables. When only one BBU3900 is configured. you need to install two GPS clock cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. and GPS clock cables. 4.

4 Principles for Routing Cables When the cables of the BBU3900 are routed.8.2. cables connected to boards on the left are routed in the left side and the cables connected to the boards on the right are routed in the right side. Step 2 Connect another 3-pin D connector at the other end of the power cable to BBU0 port on the DC power distribution unit of the ODU or BBU. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Installing the Power Cable of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 installed in a BTS3606AE cabinet uses the +24 V DC power cable that is installed in the BTS3606AE before delivery. Figure 4-37 Power cable of the BBU3900 Procedure Step 1 Connect the two 3-pin D connectors at one end of the power cable to the PWR ports on the BBU3900 panel.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4. scissors.. and a wire stripper Context Figure 4-37 shows the power cable of the BBU3900. Ltd. Figure 4-38 shows the connection of the power cable. and then fasten the screws on the connectors. 4-44 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Prerequisite Table 4-6 Materials and tools Material Tool Power Cable of the Transmission Equipment A cross screwdriver.

]) ESD-preventive gloves and ESD-preventive wrist strap Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4-45 .12 ft.. Prerequisite Table 4-7 Materials and Tools Materials Tool SFP cables (4 m [13.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-38 Connection of the power cable ----End Installing the SFP Cables This describes how to connect the SFP cables. Ltd.

and SFP2 on HCPM/HECM 1 in the BBC. Figure 4-39 SFP cable NOTE l l Before delivery. adhere to the following requirements: l Connect the SFP cables routed from OMTR 1. SFP1. OMTR 2. 4-46 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. OMTR 3. you need not install the removable optical module. When the SFP cable is used to connect the HCPM/HECM in the BBU3606 with the OMTR in the RFC. and then connect them to the SFP ports on the HCPM/HECM. Figure 4-40 shows the numbering of the HCPM/HECM. After all the cables are connected. Ltd. l When connecting SFP cables. Step 2 Route the SFP cables along the cabling trough at the right side of the BBC. l Figure 4-40 Numbering of the HCPM/HECM Procedure Step 1 Route the other end of the SFP cables into the BBC through the cable inlet/outlet.. and SFP2 on HCPM/HECM 0 in the BBC. Figure 4-41 shows the connections of the SFP cables. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . and OMTR 4 respectively to the ports SFP0. Connect the SFP cables routed from OMTR 0.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Context Figure 4-39 shows the SFP cable. and OMTR 5 respectively to the ports SFP0. one end of the SFP cables is connected to the SFP port (with the silk screen "A") on the OMTR and the SFP cables are preset in the RFC. you need to seal the cable inlets and outlets at the bottom of the BBC using plaster. which is only required when you use optical fibers to connect the HCPM/HECM in the BBU3606 with a lower-level BTS. as shown in Figure 4-40. SFP1.

and the other is connected to the external GPS feeder at the bottom of the cabinet. Ltd. you need to install two GPS clock cables. ----End Installing the GPS Clock Cables On the site. One of the GPS clock cable is connected to the GPS clock port on the CMPT in the BBU3606.. which are routed from the GPS lightning arrester inside the cabinet. 4-47 .Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-41 Installing the SFP cables (1) Step 3 Seal the cable inlet/outlet at the bottom of the BBC using plaster. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

4-48 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and waterproof tapes Screwdriver and diagonal pliers Context The GPS clock cables are shown as follows: l Figure 4-42 shows the GPS clock cable connected to the CMPT panel. Figure 4-43 GPS clock cable interconnected with the external GPS feeder (1) Main label (2) N-type connector Procedure Step 1 Insert the SMA connector of the GPS clock cable into the port of the GPS clock cable on the CMPT of the BBU3606. as shown in Figure 4-44. PVC insulation tapes.. Ltd.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Prerequisite Table 4-8 Materials and Tools Materials Tool GPS feeders. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Step 2 Remove the cover plate from the GPS clock cable outlet at the bottom of the BBC. Figure 4-42 GPS clock cable connected to the CMPT panel (1) Main label l (2) SMA connector Figure 4-43 shows the GPS clock cable interconnected with the external GPS feeder.

Do not use tape to wrap the screw holes of the connectors. Route the N-type connector through the cover plate. Figure 4-45 Installing the GPS clock cables Step 5 Waterproof the N-type connectors at the bottom of the BBC. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and then fasten the connector using the removed nuts. as shown in Figure 4-45. 4-49 . Step 4 Route the external GPS feeder into the cabinet.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Figure 4-44 Removing the cover plate from the GPS clock cable outlet at the bottom of the BBC Step 3 Remove the nuts on the N-type connector. Ltd.. and then interconnect the GPS feeder with the N-type connector.as shown in Figure 4-46.

install the BTS software. and perform the initial configuration after finishing the check. refer to the related manuals. 4-50 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 4-47 Routing of the BBU3900 cables 4. For the subsequent operations.9 Checking the Hardware Installation of the BBU3900 After the hardware installation of the BBU3900 is complete. Postrequisite You must power on the BTS. cables connected to boards on the left are routed in the left side and the cables connected to the boards on the right are routed in the right side. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Ltd.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Figure 4-46 Waterproofing N-type connectors Step 6 Fix the cover plate at the bottom of the cabinet. Figure 4-47 shows the routing of the BBU3900 cables. you must check the installation and power on it to confirm the installation.. ----End Principles for Routing Cables When the cables of the BBU3900 are routed.

check its installation and electrical performance.. The cable ties are arranged in the same direction and at the same interval.9. 4.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 4.2 Powering On the BBU3900 After you perform an installation check for the BBU3900.9. Cable connectors are secure and intact.2 Powering On the BBU3900 After you perform an installation check for the BBU3900. Unused ports are protected. perform a power-on check. Step 2 Ensure that all the boards in the BBU3900 are properly connected with the subrack. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. perform a power-on check. 4. Step 3 Set the external power switch to ON.1 BBU3900 Installation Checklist After the BBU3900 is installed. The external power input of the BBU3900 meets the requirements. Clear and distinct labels are attached to both ends of a cable. check its installation and electrical performance. Ltd. Prerequisite l l The BBU3900 is properly installed and passes the installation check. Excess cable tails are cut and all the cable tails are flushed.9. The cables are bundled neatly with proper force. Cables are intact or broken. The boards installed in the BBU3900 are consistent with the boards listed in the packing list. Perform an installation check for the BBU3900 by referring to Table 4-9. Procedure Step 1 Set the external power switch to OFF. The BBU3900 installed in a BTS3606AE supports only +24 V DC input.9. 4. the BBU3900 supports the input mode of –48 V DC. Table 4-9 BBU3900 installation checklist DIP Switch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Item All the screws that fix the BBU3900 are securely fastened. 4-51 . – – – The BBU3900 supports two lines of –48 V DC/+24 V DC input In the DBS3900.1 BBU3900 Installation Checklist After the BBU3900 is installed.

l If the indicator is still OFF.4 Installing the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 4 Observe the status of the RUN indicator on the UPEU panel. If. Observe the indicator status. Proceed with the next step according to the indicator status. the status of the board indicator changes.. l l Then.. Clear the fault and proceed with Step 3. If. You can infer that the board is being loaded.. replace the board. Ltd.. reinstall the board. l Ensure that the external power cable is properly connected. l Then. Step 5 Power on other boards of the BBU3900 and load the software. If.. The RUN indicator blinks at 0. do as follows: l The RUN indicator is ON. contact Huawei Technical Support.. and then proceed with the next step according to the indicator status. If the board pins are intact. l l Then. You can infer that the board functions properly. Proceed with Step 5. and The ALM indicator is OFF Other states ----End 4-52 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If the board pins are damaged.. and The ALM indicator is OFF Other states You can infer that the board is faulty. Remove the board and check whether the pins are damaged.5 Hz. Clear the fault and proceed with Step 3. Step 6 After the board software is loaded. and then proceed with the next step according to the indicator status. The RUN indicator is OFF. You can infer that the board is faulty.. You can infer that the UPEU starts to work. You can infer that the UPEU is faulty or there is no external power input... Issue 03 (2008-11-30) ... To clear the fault.. The RUN indicator blinks at 4 Hz.

data configuration is not required.1 Configuring the CMPT This describes how to configure the CMPT. 5. For other modules. 5.5 Configuring the UPEU This describes how to configure the UPEU.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 5 Configuring the BBU3900 5 About This Chapter Context Configuring the BBU3900 The BBU3900 contains mandatory boards (CMPT. 5-1 . Ltd. 5. and other modules. 5.2 Configuring the UTRP This describes how to configure the UTRP.3 Configuring the HCPM This describes how to configure the HCPM. 5. and UPEU).4 Configuring the HECM This describes how to configure the HECM. optional boards (UTRP and USCU). HCPM/HECM. see BBU3900. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. For the introduction to and configuration principle of the BBU3900. 5.6 Configuring the USCU This describes how to configure the USCU. Data configuration should be performed on mandatory boards and optional boards.

5 Configuring the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 5.. ----End Example [Example] Add the active CMPT in BTS 1. Ltd. BRDID=0.2 Configuring the UTRP This describes how to configure the UTRP. ADD CBTSCMPT: BTSID=1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . This task is mandatory for the initial configuration of the BBU3900. l Procedure Run the ADD CBTSCMPT command to add a CMPT. CMPT 0 is the active board. 5. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Data Preparation Table 5-1 Information about the CMPT Item Board ID Parameter BRDID Description l A maximum of two CMPTs can be configured in active/standby mode. They cannot work at the same time. and CMPT 1 is the standby board. Task Description Objective 5-2 To configure the UTRP of the BBU3900. The CMPT is installed in the BBU3900 and is operational. The BBU3900 supports the active/standby backup of the CMPT.1 Configuring the CMPT This describes how to configure the CMPT. Task Description Objective Scenario Prerequisit e Precautions To configure the CMPT of the BBU3900.

5. The UTRP supports only E1/T1 transmission mode.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 5 Configuring the BBU3900 Scenario Prerequisit e Precautions This task is mandatory when the UTRP is installed in the BBU3900. ----End Example [Example] Add No. l Procedure Run the ADD CBTSUTRP command to add a UTRP. The HCPM can be configured only after the corresponding resource pool is successfully configured. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. This task must be performed to enable the BTS to support CDMA2000 1X services. Do not configure both of them in the BBU3900. For two UTRPs configured in active/standby mode. UTRP 0 is always the active board. Ltd.1 active UTRP in BTS 1. The HCPM is installed and is operational.. ADD CBTSUTRP: BTSID=1.3 Configuring the HCPM This describes how to configure the HCPM. BRDID=1. l The UTRP cannot work with the UELP/UFLP. 5-3 . Task Description Objective Scenario Prerequisit e Precautions To configure the HCPM of the BBU3900. l Data Preparation Table 5-2 Information about the UTRP Item Board ID Parameter BRDID Description l A maximum of two UTRPs can be configured in active/standby and load sharing modes. A UTRP is installed in the BBU3900 and is operational.

5 Configuring the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Data Preparation Table 5-3 Information about the HCPM Item HCPM ID Resource pool ID Parameter BRDID CPLID Description Before configuring the HCPM ID. and the resource pool ID. The HECM can be configured only after the corresponding resource pool is successfully configured. Procedure Step 1 Run the ADD CBTSCPL command to add a new resource pool to the BTS.) The values must comply with the RNP requirements.. 5.) Step 2 Run the ADD CBTSCPM command to add a HCPM. This task must be performed to enable the system to support CDMA2000 1xEV-DO services. Ltd. 5-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. which is already configured. The HECM is installed and is operational. BRDID=1. Step 3 Run the SET CBTSCDMA1XCTRLPARA command to set the control parameters of the HCPM.4 Configuring the HECM This describes how to configure the HECM. CPLID=0. determine the mapping between the resource pool and the HCPM. (This setp is optional. run the following command: ADD CBTSCPM: BTSID=1. (This step is optional. ----End Example [Example] To add HCPM 1 of BTS 1 to resource pool 0. Task Description Objective Scenario Prerequisit e Precautions To configure the HECM of the BBU3900. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .

Ltd. 5. (This step is optional. 5-5 .Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 5 Configuring the BBU3900 Data Preparation Table 5-4 Information about the HECM Item HECM ID Resource pool ID Parameter BRDID CPLID Description Before configuring the HECM. determine the mapping between the resource pool and the HECM.) This step is performed to add a resource pool. This task is mandatory for the initial configuration of the BBU3900.) The values must comply with the RNP requirements. skip this step. and the resource pool ID.5 Configuring the UPEU This describes how to configure the UPEU. If an existing resource pool is available. which is already configured.CPLID=1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The UPEU is installed and is operational.BRDID=1.. ----End Example [Example] To add HECM 1 of BTS 1 to resource pool 1. There are UPEUs of two models. which support power input of –48 V DC and + 24 V DC respectively. Step 3 Run the SET CBTSCDMADOCTRLPARA command to set the control parameters of the HECM. Step 2 Run the ADD CBTSECM command to add a HECM. Procedure Step 1 Run the ADD CBTSCPL command to add a resouce pool to the new BTS. Task Description Objective Scenario Prerequisi te Precaution s To configure the UPEU of the BBU3900. run the following command: ADD CBTSECM: BTSID=1. (This step is optional.

Procedure Run the ADD CBTSUPEU command to add a UPEU.5 Configuring the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Data Preparation Table 5-5 Information about the UPEU Item Board ID Parameter BRDID Description A maximum of two UPEUs (UPEU 0 and UPEU 1) can be configured. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) 5-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. BRDID=0. Task Description Objective Scenario Prerequisite Precautions To configure the USCU of the BBU3900. . and only one USCU can be added through one operation. ----End Example [Example] Add UPEU 0 in BTS 1. indicating whether the GPS satellite card or the GPS/GLONASS satellite card is configured. The number of slots can be either 1 or 2. Data Preparation Table 5-6 Information abou the USCU Item Board ID Number of slots Parameter BRDID SNUM Description The board ID can be only 0 or 1. A USCU is installed in the BBU3900 and is operational. ADD CBTSUPEU: BTSID=1. The USCU supports the GPS/GLONASS receiver. l l The USCU is optional. Ltd. This task is mandatory when the USCU is installed in the BBU3900.6 Configuring the USCU This describes how to configure the USCU.. 5.

the slot ID can be 1.*/ ADD CBTSUSCU: BTSID=1. If a GPS/GLONASS satellite card is configured. slots 1 and 2 are occupied when the slot ID is 2. so SNUM is 1. Ltd. 2. 5-7 .BRDID=0. l Procedure Run the ADD CBTSUSCU command to add a USCU. 5. ----End Example [Example] Add USCU 0 in BTS 1. The USCU supports the GPS satellite card and is inserted into slot 2. so SN is 2.SNUM=1.. /* A GPS satellite card is used. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The USCU is inserted in slot 2.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 5 Configuring the BBU3900 Item Slot ID Parameter SN Description l If a GPS satellite card is configured. and slots 5 and 6 are occupied when the slot ID is 6.SN=2. or 6.

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4 Replacing the BBU3900 Parts Faulty BBU parts must be replaced as soon as possible.5 Replacing BBU3900 Cables The BBU3900 cables that can be replaced on the site are the conversion cables between boards and the external cables. As for powering off the BBU3900. 6. 6-1 . 6. The replaceable parts are the BBU body. 6. and optical modules. 6.1 Items of Routine BBU3900 Maintenance The routine BBU3900 maintenance involves checking the fans. Ltd. Replacing a BBU3900 may disrupt all the services on the BTS. equipment clean. 6.2 Power On and Off the BBU3900 After powering on the BBU3900. check the status of the BBU indicators.. modules. BBU boards.3 Replacing the BBU3900 Body The BBU3900 processes the baseband signals of the entire BTS system and provides the transmission interface for the BTS and the BSC. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. equipment exterior. you must perform routine maintenance for the BBU to ensure the operation condition. you can perform regular power-off or emergency power-off as needed. and indicators.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 About This Chapter After the site starts operation.

1 Powering On the BBU3900 Set the power switch on the BBU3900 to ON. Ltd. hole.2. 6. and indicators. trace of corrosion and check whether the labels are clear. and not much dust is accumulated inside the cabinet. equipment clean.2. crack.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6. Table 6-1 Equipment maintenance items Item Checking the fans Checking the equipment exterior Period Every week or every month (quarter) Every month (quarter) Description Check the fans. equipment exterior. Checking equipment clean Every month (quarter) The exterior of the equipment is clean.1 Powering On the BBU3900 Set the power switch on the BBU3900 to ON. - Check whether the equipment exterior has any trace of damage such as indent.2. Checking the indicators Every month (quarter) Check whether the status of the indicators of the equipment. 6-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and then observe the operation status of the BBU3900 according to the indicators. 6. The indicators indicate no alarm. 6.2 Powering Off the BBU3900 You can perform regular power-off and emergency power-off.1 Items of Routine BBU3900 Maintenance The routine BBU3900 maintenance involves checking the fans. Context Table 6-1 lists the equipment maintenance items.. As for powering off the BBU3900. and then observe the operation status of the BBU3900 according to the indicators.2 Power On and Off the BBU3900 After powering on the BBU3900. Check whether the equipment is clean. Reference Standard Alarms related to the fans are not generated. check the status of the BBU indicators. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 6. you can perform regular power-off or emergency power-off as needed.

The boards are powered on. and then switch off the power supply device provided by the customer. refer to Powering On the BBU3900. Perform regular power-off. 6.2 Powering Off the BBU3900 You can perform regular power-off and emergency power-off. If. Software and data is loaded.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Brief Description of Power-On 1. Replacing a BBU3900 may disrupt all the services on the BTS.. The UPEU is started and then supplies power to boards of the BBU3900. you can perform regular power-off or emergent power-off as needed... Go to Step 3. Power-On Check For the procedure of power-on check. 5. 4. run the ULD CBTSSW command to upload the data configuration file to the LMT. Ltd. Special scenarios (for example. and then stop the power supply of the BBU3900 if time permits. and water penetration happen.3 Replacing the BBU3900 Body The BBU3900 processes the baseband signals of the entire BTS system and provides the transmission interface for the BTS and the BSC. 3. Set the power switch to ON to power on the BBU3900. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Prerequisite The Phillips screwdriver is available. Step 2 Stop the power supply of the BBU3900. The boards function properly. Procedure Step 1 On the LMT. Then. equipment migration and predictable regional power failure) Emergencies such as electric spark. 2.. 6-3 . smog. Step 3 Switch off the power supply device provided by the customer. Perform emergency power-off.. Procedure Step 1 As for powering off the BBU3900.2. Go to Step 2. ----End 6.

5 Replacing the UELP/UFLP The UELP and UFLP are the lightning protection units for the trunk cables of the BBU3900.4 Replacing the UTRP The UTRP is the extended transmission board of the BBU3900. 6. It provides baseband processing for the BTS. FE cable.4. It supplies power to the boards of the BBU3900. Step 8 Switch on the external power supply of the BBU3900. and OM ports and enables equipment management.4. The replacement of the UTRP disrupts the transmission services on this board. 6-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. It provides external transmission ports. 6.4. clock. Step 10 On the LMT. and then follow instruction in Powering On the BBU3900 to perform power-on. ----End 6. modules.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 2 Follow the instruction in Powering Off the BBU3900 to power off the BBU3900 and terminate the external power supply. Ltd. BBU boards. 6. The replaceable parts are the BBU body. E1 cable. Step 3 Mark the cables on the BBU3900 and then remove them and take insulation measures to protect them. and PGND cable from the BBU3900. 6.4 Replacing the BBU3900 Parts Faulty BBU parts must be replaced as soon as possible. This replacement disrupts the services on the board. Step 4 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the four screws on the body. NOTE Remove the power cable. Step 5 Remove the BBU3900 body through the slot. run the DLD CBTSSW command to download the data configuration file to the new BBU3900. 6. Step 6 Place the new BBU3900 body into the slot of the faulty BBU3900 body.2 Replacing the HCPM/HECM The HCPM/HECM is the channel processing board of the BBU3900.4. CPRI cable. If only one UPEU is installed in the BBU3900.3 Replacing the UPEU The UPEU is the power supply module of the BBU3900. and optical modules. This replacement disrupts the services on the HCPM/HECM. the replacement disrupts the BTS services. If only one CMPT is installed in the BBU3900. Step 9 On the LMT. and the push it in. alarm cable. the replacement disrupts the BTS services. Step 11 Run the STR CBTS command the restart the BTS.1 Replacing the CMPT The CMPT is the main control transmission unit of the BBU3900. It is used for the data communication between the BBU3900 and the BSC. Step 7 Tighten the four bolts on the BBU3900 body. run the LST CBTSVER command to confirm the software version. They provide lightning protection respectively for the E1/T1 cables and FE cables.. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .4.

which work in active/standby mode. 6. you can replace the faulty board without blocking the carriers. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board. the replacement disrupts the BTS services. GPS. see Preparing for Board Replacement. Step 2 Block the carriers. It can be used to install a fiber. CAUTION The impact of replacing the CMPT is as follows: l l If only one CMPT is installed in the BBU3900.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 6. If two CMPTs are installed in the BBU3900. 1.. Set the priority to Low. It provides external transmission ports. the replacement disrupts the BTS services. Fiber connection is used in remote connection or cascading connection.4. the replacement does not disrupt the BTS services.1 Replacing the CMPT The CMPT is the main control transmission unit of the BBU3900. If only one CMPT is installed in the BBU3900. Context The BBU3900 can be equipped with a maximum of two CMPTs. Replacing the SFBU within a short period does not affect the BTS services. The replacement of the USCU does not affect the services.6 Replacing the USCU The USCU is the extended satellite card clock unit of the BBU3900. 6. NOTE The following description is based on the BBU3900 with only one CMPT. Replacing the removable optical module disrupts all services provided by the connected RRU/ODU. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers of the BTS. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. Before replacing the SPSU. 6. and OM ports and enables equipment management.4.4. If the BBU3900 has two CMPTs. cross screwdriver. It dissipates the heat in the BBU3900. Ltd. attach a replacement label on the panel of the CMPT to be replaced to avoid maloperations. and RGPS clock signals. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.7 Replacing the FAN The FAN is the fan module of the BBU3900. 6-5 . It provides the BITS. clock.4.8 Replacing the Optical Module The removable optical module is installed in the CPRI port of the BBU3900.

If the auto-loading function is disabled. and site name of the faulty board. l If the BTS auto-loading function is enabled. If any cable was connected to the panel of the removed CMPT. board name. run the DLD CBTSSW command to load the software of the CMPT. label them and then remove them. status of indicators on the board panel. Step 7 Check that the new board functions properly. If any cable is connected to the panel of the CMPT. 6-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1. check the status of the E1/T1 links. 2. and store them properly. slot number. 4. 2. or the board is burnt. fault symptoms. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. Take out the new CMPT. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers of the BTS is Blocked.2 Replacing the HCPM/HECM The HCPM/HECM is the channel processing board of the BBU3900. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. Step 5 Load.4. Step 4 Install the new board. 3. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. Insert the new CMPT. for example. 2. 1. Refer to Verifying the Replaced Boards. alarm name. It provides baseband processing for the BTS. Ltd. Then. including the cause of the fault. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers of the BTS. and then tighten the screws on the front panel. Run the DSP CBTSLNKSTAT command to query the links. Step 3 Remove the faulty board. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) .6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 2. Record the information about the fault location process. ----End Postrequisite 1. 6. restore the cable connections according to cable labels. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. Check and ensure that the operational status of the activated links is normal. This replacement disrupts the services on the HCPM/HECM. 4. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. go to the next step. pins are bent or missing. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. Loosen the bolts on the panel of the CMPT. Record the software version. 3. l Step 6 Unblock the carriers. 3.. the system automatically loads the software of the CMPT from the BAM after the CMPT is inserted into the subrack. and then remove the board. NOTE Before replacing the CMPT.

cross screwdriver. the replacement disrupts all carrier services on this RF module. attach a replacement label on the panel of the board to be replaced to avoid maloperations. Step 2 Block the faulty board. If any cable was connected to the panel of the removed board. Loosen the bolts on the panel. If any cable is connected to the panel of the board. Step 3 Remove the faulty board. 2. 4. Set the block type to Idle block. If the carriers are blocked. 1. Step 5 Load. 2. Insert the new board. 3. Context CAUTION The impact of replacing the HCPM/HECM is as follows: l If no cable is connected to the faulty board. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. 1. Run the DSP CBTSBRDSTAT command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. Before replacing the SPSU. If an RF module is connected to the faulty board. 6-7 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Step 4 Install the new board. l Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag..Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. label them and then remove them. Take out the new board. and then remove the board. the system automatically loads the field programmable gate array (FPGA) software and then the CPU software for the HCPM/HECM from the BAM after the HCPM/HECM is inserted into the subrack. restore the cable connections according to cable labels. and then tighten the screws on the front panel. see Preparing for Board Replacement. the replacement disrupts only the services on this board. 2. Run the BLK CBTSCPM command to block the faulty board. 3. go to the next step. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. Ltd. l If the BTS auto-loading function is enabled. 1.

Context The BBU3900 can be equipped with a maximum of two UPEUs. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. Step 7 Check that the new board functions properly.4. status of indicators on the board panel. see Preparing for Board Replacement. slot number. pins are bent or missing. and store them properly..6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 l Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide If the auto-loading function is disabled. run the DLD CBTSSW command to load the FPGA software and then the CPU software for the HCPM/HECM. the replacement does not disrupt the BTS services. If two UPEUs are installed in the BBU3900.3 Replacing the UPEU The UPEU is the power supply module of the BBU3900. which work in active/standby mode. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. 3. CAUTION The impact of replacing the UPEU is as follows: l If only one UPEU is installed in the BBU3900. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. Run the UBL CBTSCPM command to unblock the new HCPM/HECM. alarm name. and site name of the faulty board. Then. board name. the replacement disrupts the BTS services. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Refer to Verifying the Replaced Boards. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. fault symptoms. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. Ltd. The configuration of two UPEUs is recommended because it is more reliable. Record the software version. for example. 4. or the board is burnt. the replacement stops the power supply and disrupts the BTS services. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. If only one UPEU is installed in the BBU3900. It supplies power to the boards of the BBU3900. ----End Postrequisite 1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . l 6-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2. cross screwdriver. Step 6 Unblock the board. Record the information about the fault location process. 6. including the cause of the fault.

or the board is burnt.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide NOTE 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 l l The following description is based on the BBU3900 with two UPEUs. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted.4. including the cause of the fault. Loosen the two captive screws on the panel of the UPEU. 2. ----End Postrequisite 1. restore the cable connections according to cable labels. 5. Set the switch on the panel of the UPEU to OFF. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. Insert the new UPEU. and store them properly. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. status of indicators on the board panel. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. Then. 1. 3. alarm name. The replacement of the UTRP disrupts the transmission services on this board. 1. and then tighten the captive screws on the panel of the UPEU. If any cable was connected to the panel of the removed UPEU. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Record the software version. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. Step 2 Install the new UPEU. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site.4 Replacing the UTRP The UTRP is the extended transmission board of the BBU3900. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 3. Record the information about the fault location process. If only one UPEU is installed in the BBU3900. 3. the replacement requires blocking all carriers of the BTS. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. label them and then remove them. It is used for the data communication between the BBU3900 and the BSC. and then remove the UPEU. see Preparing for Board Replacement.5 Hz. and site name of the faulty board. Ltd. slot number. 4. 4. board name. Procedure Step 1 Remove the faulty UPEU. pins are bent or missing. cross screwdriver. for example. 2. 6-9 Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 6. Step 3 Check that the UPEU functions properly. 2. When a UPEU runs properly. the indicator is green and blinks at 0. Take out the new UPEU.. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. 4. fault symptoms. Set the switch on the panel of the UPEU to ON. If any cable is connected to the panel of the UPEU.

Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers of the BTS. If the auto-loading function is disabled. restore the cable connections according to cable labels. Step 5 Load. 2. 2. check the status of the E1/T1 links. run the DLD CBTSSW command to load the software of the UTRP. Step 7 Check that the new board functions properly. Check and ensure that the operational status of the activated links is normal. attach a replacement label on the panel of the UTRP to be replaced to avoid maloperations. 3. NOTE Before replacing the UTRP. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers of the BTS is Blocked. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 3. Take out the new UTRP. ----End 6-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Loosen the bolts on the panel. Step 4 Install the new board. 4. Step 3 Remove the faulty board. 1. If any cable was connected to the panel of the removed UTRP. Step 2 Block the carriers. Insert the new UTRP.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Context CAUTION The replacement of the UTRP disrupts the transmission services on this board. 2. If any cable is connected to the panel of the UTRP. and then tighten the screws on the front panel. Refer to Verifying the Replaced Boards. Before replacing the SPSU. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers of the BTS. and then remove the board. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. Run the DSP CBTSLNKSTAT command to query the links. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board. 1. Set the priority to Low. the system automatically loads the CPU software of the UTRP from the BAM after the UTRP is inserted into the subrack.. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. go to the next step. If the BTS auto-loading function is enabled. l l Step 6 Unblock the carriers. 1. label them and then remove them.

go to the next step. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board. Step 2 Block the carriers. see Preparing for Board Replacement. and store them properly. This replacement disrupts the services on the board. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers of the BTS. 6. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers of the BTS is Blocked. or the board is burnt. Ltd. including the cause of the fault. Before replacing the SPSU.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Postrequisite 1. They provide lightning protection respectively for the E1/T1 cables and FE cables. alarm name. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. 6-11 . Loosen the bolts on the panel. for example. slot number.4. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. 3. 2. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. Record the information about the fault location process. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. status of indicators on the board panel. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. and then remove the board. 2.. Label the cables on the panel and then remove them.5 Replacing the UELP/UFLP The UELP and UFLP are the lightning protection units for the trunk cables of the BBU3900. pins are bent or missing. Step 3 Remove the faulty board. Record the software version. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Then. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. Set the priority to Low. cross screwdriver. 4. 3. 1. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. fault symptoms. 4. attach a replacement label on the panel of the board to be replaced to avoid maloperations. Context CAUTION This replacement of the UELP/UFLP disrupts all services on the transmission links provided by this board. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. and site name of the faulty board. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. 2. board name. 1.

fault symptoms. Step 5 Unblock the carriers. According to the labels.4. including the cause of the fault. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. 4. attach a replacement label on the panel of the board to be replaced to avoid maloperations. and RGPS clock signals. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 3. 2. and store them properly. 2. Refer to Verifying the Replaced Boards. Then. ----End Postrequisite 1.. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Record the information about the fault location process. The UFLP does not have DIP switches. Insert the new board. Step 6 Check that the new board functions properly. 4. The replacement of the USCU does not affect the services. Ltd. Ensure that the settings of DIP switches on the new board are the same as the settings of the removed one. and site name of the faulty board. and then tighten the screws on the front panel. It provides the BITS. All the BSC boards are hotpluggable.6 Replacing the USCU The USCU is the extended satellite card clock unit of the BBU3900. cross screwdriver. or the board is burnt. GPS. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. 1. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. pins are bent or missing. slot number. connect the removed cables to the ports on the panel of the new board. Before replacing the SPSU. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. status of indicators on the board panel. 3. Context This topic describes how to install the hot-pluggable boards. see Preparing for Board Replacement. Take out the new board. Record the software version. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. alarm name. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers of the BTS.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Step 4 Install the new board. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board. 6-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 6. board name. for example.

3. 2.4. 6. and store them properly. Step 3 Install the new board. For details. It dissipates the heat in the BBU3900. connect the removed cables to the ports on the panel of the new board. 1. or the board is burnt. According to the labels. For details. see Preparing for Board Replacement. including the cause of the fault.7 Replacing the FAN The FAN is the fan module of the BBU3900. Label the cables on the panel and then remove them. cross screwdriver. Take out the new board. Record the information about the fault location process. Record the software version. pins are bent or missing. 1. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. refer to Removing the Hot-Swappable Boards. Install the new board. Procedure Step 1 Remove the faulty FAN. Ltd. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. 4. and site name of the faulty board. 3. Refer to Verifying the Replaced Boards.. 4. Context The FAN is the heat dissipation entity of the BBU3900. 2. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. Replacing the SFBU within a short period does not affect the BTS services. ----End Postrequisite 1. 2. refer to Installing the Hot-Swappable Boards. Then. The replacement of the FAN causes the rise of temperature in the BBU3900. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. Step 4 Check that the new board functions properly. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. 3. slot number. 6-13 . status of indicators on the board panel. Replacing the SFBU within a short period does not affect the BTS services. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. Remove the faulty board. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Step 2 Remove the faulty board. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. board name. alarm name. for example. fault symptoms. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations.

mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. see Preparing for Board Replacement. status of indicators on the board panel. It can be used to install a fiber. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. fault symptoms. and then tighten the captive screws on the panel of the FAN.8 Replacing the Optical Module The removable optical module is installed in the CPRI port of the BBU3900.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 1. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . 3. slot number. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. and store them properly. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. When a FAN runs properly. board name. Ltd. Prerequisite l l Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Fiber connection is used in remote connection or cascading connection. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. 6-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1. 6. When equipped with a removable optical module. or the board is burnt. 4. 2. 3. Record the information about the fault location process. Then.. cross screwdriver. the HCPM/HECM can be connected to the RRU/ ODU through a fiber. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. 2. Record the software version. Insert the new FAN.5 Hz. Step 2 Install the new FAN. Take out the new FAN. ----End Postrequisite 1. Loosen the two captive screws on the panel of the FAN. Context The removable optical module is used to connect a remote or cascading RRU/ODU. Step 3 Check that the FAN functions properly. for example. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag. including the cause of the fault.4. and antistatic box/bag For details on the replacement preparations. Replacing the removable optical module disrupts all services provided by the connected RRU/ODU. and then remove the FAN. pins are bent or missing. Replacing the removable optical module disrupts all services provided by the connected RRU/ ODU. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty optical module. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. alarm name. 2. and site name of the faulty board. the indicator is green and blinks at 0.

Ltd. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. attach a replacement label near the faulty optical module to avoid maloperations.5 Replacing BBU3900 Cables The BBU3900 cables that can be replaced on the site are the conversion cables between boards and the external cables. including the cause of the fault. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4. Record the information about the fault location process. and site name of the faulty board. Step 4 Install the removable optical module.. 2. 1. 1. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. Step 5 Unblock the carriers. Remove the optical module. 2. 2.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Before replacing the board. status of indicators on the board panel. Set the priority to Low. or the board is burnt. When the optical module is operational. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. pins are bent or missing. 3. Connect the fiber to the new optical module according to the replacement label. and store them properly. 3. board name. fault symptoms. Remove the fiber connected to the optical module. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. Take out the new module and ensure that the new module is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. Step 3 Remove the removable optical module. Then. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. Cap the removed fiber and mark it. go to the next step. 6. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers of the ODU connected through the port. 1. Insert the new optical module into the port on the panel of the board. Step 2 Block the carriers. Record the software version. the status of the indicators on the port is as follows: l l RX: blinking TX: blinking ----End Postrequisite 1. 2. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers of the RRU/ODU connected through the optical fiber. 6-15 . alarm name. for example. Step 6 Ensure that the new optical module is functional. slot number. 3.

Replacing an FE cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS. Before replacing a power cable.5. 6. and antistatic box/bag 6-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Prerequisite Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. 6. 6. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. Record the installation positions and correspondence of the faulty trunk cables. Before replacing a power cable. When any E1/T1 cable is replaced. It is the physical carrier between them. 6.6 Replacing the BBU3900 CPRI Cable The CPRI cable of the BBU3900 can be an SPF cable or a fiber.1 Replacing Power Cable of the BBU3900 The power cable is connected to the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 to lead external power supply into the BBU3900.7 Replacing the Alarm Cable of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 alarm cable connects the UPEU of the BBU3900 and the external alarm device for the monitoring of the external environment. model. and antistatic box/bag l 6. and number of faulty cables and prepare the new cables. power off the BBU3900. When any FE cable is replaced.5. cross screwdriver.5.5. Ensure that the contents of the temporary labels are the same as the contents of the labels on the faulty cables.1 Replacing Power Cable of the BBU3900 The power cable is connected to the PWR port on the panel of the BBU3900 to lead external power supply into the BBU3900. Do not use a cable with any damage. Ltd. 6.5. The replacement of the alarm cable disrupts the external monitoring function and has no impact on the BTS services.. power off the BBU3900. Replacing an E1/T1 cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Prerequisite l l l l Determine the type. cross screwdriver. It is the physical carrier between them. 6.5.4 Replacing the FE Cable of the BBU3900 The FE cable is the physical carrier between the BBU3900 and the BSC.2 Replacing the E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900 The E1/T1 cable is the physical carrier between the BBU3900 and the BSC. Ensure that the new trunk cables are intact. When any CPRI cable is replaced.5 Replacing the FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900 The FE lightning protection conversion cable connects the CMPT in the BBU3900 and the FE lightning protection board. The temporary labels help you identify the new cables. 6.3 Replacing the BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable The E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable connects the CMPT/UTRP in the BBU3900 and the E1/T1 lightning protection board.5. add temporary labels to them. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves.5. If more than one cable needs to be replaced. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted.

Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Context CAUTION Replacing the power cable of the BBU3900 disrupts all BTS services. Procedure Step 1 Cut a power cable with the same length as the original one. Step 8 Set the power switch to ON to power on the BBU. ----End Postrequisite Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site. Ltd.. and then remove the connector from the PWR port on the BBU panel. Step 5 Route the new power cable along the original route to the external power supply. 6-17 .5. Step 6 Strip the protection tube and shielding layer at the other end of the power cable and add an OT terminal to it. 6. and then install the new power cable. Step 7 Remove the faulty power cable. Prerequisite Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Step 4 Connect the 3V3 power connector of the power cable to the PWR port on the BBU3900 panel.2 Replacing the E1/T1 Cable of the BBU3900 The E1/T1 cable is the physical carrier between the BBU3900 and the BSC. and antistatic box/bag Context CAUTION When any E1/T1 cable is replaced. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Use the Phillips screwdriver to loosen the screws on the 3V3 power connector. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. cross screwdriver. and then fasten the screws on the connector. When any E1/T1 cable is replaced. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. Step 2 Set the BBU power switch to OFF.

2. Remove the E1/T1 cable from the outdoor transmission interface. Connect the new E1/T1 cable to the original position on the BBU3900. Step 4 Install the E1/T1 cable. Set the priority to Low. 2. Coil up the removed E1/T1 cable using a cable tray. Run the DSP CBTSLNKSTAT command to query the links. 6. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers connected through the E1/T1 cable. Step 6 Ensure that the new E1/T1 cable functions properly. Ltd. It is the physical carrier between them. Step 5 Unblock the carriers. Step 3 Remove the E1/T1 cable. attach a replacement label near the faulty E1/T1 cable to avoid maloperations. 1. go to the next step.. 3. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) . Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. 4. 1. Take out the new E1/T1 cable and ensure that the new E1/T1 cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. and antistatic box/bag 6-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Connect the new E1/T1 cable to the transmission interface. cross screwdriver. ----End Postrequisite Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site. Check and ensure that the operational status of the used E1/T1 links is normal. 2. 3. 1. Replacing an E1/T1 cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS. Remove the E1/T1 cable from the panel. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers connected through the E1/T1 cable. and then put it into a plastic bag. Prerequisite Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Route the new E1/T1 cable along the original cabling route to the outdoor transmission interface.3 Replacing the BBU3900 E1/T1 Lightning Protection Conversion Cable The E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable connects the CMPT/UTRP in the BBU3900 and the E1/T1 lightning protection board.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty E1/T1 cable. Before replacing the E1/T1 cable. Step 2 Block the carriers.5.

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Context

CAUTION
Replacing an E1/T1 lightning protection conversion cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS.

Procedure
Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty E1/T1 cable. Before replacing the E1/T1 cable, attach a replacement label near the faulty E1/T1 cable to avoid maloperations. Step 2 Block the carriers. 1. 2. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers connected through the E1/T1 cable. Set the priority to Low. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked, go to the next step.

Step 3 Remove the E1/T1 cable. 1. 2. 3. Remove the E1/T1 cable from the transmission board. Remove the E1/T1 cable from the E1/T1 lighting protection board. Coil up the removed E1/T1 cable using a cable tray, and then put it into a plastic bag.

Step 4 Install the E1/T1 cable. 1. 2. Take out the new E1/T1 cable and ensure that the new E1/T1 cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. Connect the new E1/T1 cable to the original positions.

Step 5 Unblock the carriers. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers connected through the E1/T1 cable. Step 6 Ensure that the new E1/T1 cable functions properly. Run the DSP CBTSLNKSTAT command to query the links. Check and ensure that the operational status of the used E1/T1 links is normal. ----End

Postrequisite
Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site.

6.5.4 Replacing the FE Cable of the BBU3900
The FE cable is the physical carrier between the BBU3900 and the BSC. When any FE cable is replaced, all the services carried on the cable are disrupted.
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Prerequisite
Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves, cross screwdriver, and antistatic box/bag

Context

CAUTION
When any FE cable is replaced, all the services carried on the cable are disrupted.

Procedure
Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty FE cable. Before replacing the E1/T1 cable, attach a replacement label near the faulty E1/T1 cable to avoid maloperations. Step 2 Block the carriers. 1. 2. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers connected through the FE cable. Set the priority to Low. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked, go to the next step.

Step 3 Remove the FE cable. 1. 2. 3. Remove the FE cable from the panel of the BBU3900. Remove the FE cable from the outdoor transmission interface. Coil up the removed FE cable using a cable tray, and then put it into a plastic bag.

Step 4 Install the FE cable. 1. 2. 3. 4. Take out the new FE cable and ensure that the new FE cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. Connect the new FE cable to the original position on the BBU3900. Route the new FE cable along the original cabling route to the outdoor transmission interface. Connect the new FE cable to the transmission interface.

Step 5 Unblock the carriers. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers connected through the FE cable. Step 6 Ensure that the new FE cable functions properly. Run the DSP CBTSFEPORTINFO command to query the links. Check and ensure that the operational status of the used FE links is normal. ----End

Postrequisite
Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site.
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6.5.5 Replacing the FE Lightning Protection Conversion Cable of the BBU3900
The FE lightning protection conversion cable connects the CMPT in the BBU3900 and the FE lightning protection board. It is the physical carrier between them. Replacing an FE cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS.

Prerequisite
Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves, cross screwdriver, and antistatic box/bag

Context

CAUTION
Replacing an FE cable disrupts all transmission services on the BTS.

Procedure
Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty FE cable. Before replacing the E1/T1 cable, attach a replacement label near the faulty E1/T1 cable to avoid maloperations. Step 2 Block the carriers. 1. 2. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers connected through the FE cable. Set the priority to Low. Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked, go to the next step. Remove the FE cable from the CMPT. Remove the FE cable from the FE lighting protection board. Coil up the removed FE cable using a cable tray, and then put it into a plastic bag. Take out the new FE cable and ensure that the new FE cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. Connect the new FE cable to the original positions.

Step 3 Remove the FE cable. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2.

Step 4 Install the FE cable.

Step 5 Unblock the carriers. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers connected through the FE cable. Step 6 Ensure that the new FE cable functions properly. Run the DSP CBTSFEPORTINFO command to query the links. Check and ensure that the operational status of the used FE links is normal. ----End
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SFP cable: To the CPRI port (an SFP port) on the HCPM/HECM. Coil up the removed cable using a cable tray. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. Run the BLK RES command to block all the carriers of the ODU connected through this cable.. Step 2 Block the carriers. When any CPRI cable is replaced. The CPRI cable of the BBU3900 can be an SPF cable or a fiber. l Fiber: To the CPRI port (an SFP port) on the panel of the HCPM/HECM.6 Replacing the BBU3900 CPRI Cable The CPRI cable of the BBU3900 can be an SPF cable or a fiber. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. remove the cable from the port. 2. Prerequisite Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. Step 3 Remove the CPRI cable. Issue 03 (2008-11-30) 6-22 . Run the DSP RES command to check whether the status of all the carriers is Blocked. Before replacing the CPRI cable. Ltd. and then put it into a plastic bag. Set the priority to Low. 1. 2. If all the carriers of the BTS are blocked. 6. go to the next step. Take out the new cable and ensure that the new cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one. and then the fiber. and then cap it. First install the removable optical module. 1. remove it from the optical module. l Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty CPRI cable. cross screwdriver. For the optical cable. Directly connect the SFP cable to the CPRI port.6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide Postrequisite Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site. 1. all the services carried on the cable are disrupted. Connect the new cable to the original positions.5. and antistatic box/bag Context CAUTION When any CPRI cable is replaced. For the SFP cable. and ensure that the cable route remains the same as the original one. Step 4 Install the CPRI cable. 3. 2. attach a replacement label near the faulty cable to avoid maloperations.

Remove the alarm cable from the panel of the UPEU. The replacement of the alarm cable disrupts the external monitoring function and has no impact on the BTS services. Step 6 Ensure that the new CPRI cable functions properly. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty alarm cable.. attach a replacement label near the faulty alarm cable to avoid maloperations. 6-23 . Connect the new alarm cable to the original positions. Before replacing the alarm cable. 2. When the CPRI cable is operational. Take out the new alarm cable and ensure that the new alarm cable is intact and the model is the same as the replaced one.7 Replacing the Alarm Cable of the BBU3900 The BBU3900 alarm cable connects the UPEU of the BBU3900 and the external alarm device for the monitoring of the external environment. 1. One of the ends can be added with an OT terminal. Run the UBL RES command to unblock all the carriers of the ODU connected through the CPRI cable. and antistatic box/bag Context Both ends of the alarm cable are RJ45 connectors. Step 3 Installing the alarm cable. Prerequisite Required tools: ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves. 3.Airbridge BBU3900 CDMA Baseband Unit User Guide 6 Maintaining the Hardware of the BBU3900 Step 5 Unblock the carriers. the status of the indicators on the port is as follows: l l RX: blinking TX: blinking ----End Postrequisite Discard the faulty trunk cables properly and clean the site. Step 2 Remove the alarm cable. Ltd. Coil up the removed alarm cable using a cable tray. 6. 2. cross screwdriver. and then put it into a plastic bag. Disconnect the alarm cable from the external alarm device. 1. ----End Issue 03 (2008-11-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5.

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