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ORF00102 CDMA 1X BTS3606 Hardware System

Mobile Network Curriculum Development Section

Overview
M ob ile N e two r k Ma na ge me nt Syste m MS ODU BTS
Abi s

BSC/PCF
A10/A11

ODU MS ODU

BTS Abis

Packe t D o ma in Ne tw ork E qu ipm en t

Internet

Optic al fib er

BTS A3/A7
Ab is

A1 0

/A1

PLMN C ir cuit D o ma in N e tw or k Eq uip me nt PSTN/ISDN

2 A2 /A A1 A1

ODU

BT S BTS

Abis MS BTS BSC/PCF

A1/A2

B SS

CN

BTS3601C/ODU3601C

BTS3606

BTS3612A

cBT S3612

Objectives

At the end of this presentation, you will be familiar with:

BTS3606 system and structure. Function of all BTS3606 boards. Antenna & Feeder system Networking configuration

Course Contents

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 Structure & Board Chapter 3 Networking

Technical Features of BTS3606A


Support both the CDMA2000 1X and 1xEV-DO standards. Support CDMA2000 1X / 1xEV-DO hybrid networking. The ratio of CDMA2000 1X and CDMA2000 1xEV-DO carriers is flexible. Allow mixed configuration of single-channel and multi-channel transceiver modules.

Technical Features of BTS3606A


Support the mixed insertion of different-band carriers in the same cabinet. The BTS3606A can be cascaded with the ODU3601C to expand the coverage area of radio network flexibly. The maximum average transmit power is 25

BTS3606 Specifications
Cabinet dimensions (Height x x 1400 mm 600 mm 650 mm Width x x Depth) Power supply Weight Power consumption Ambient temperature Relative humidity Equipment room noise -48 V DC (ranging from-40 V DC to -60 V DC) +24 DC ( V ranging from VDC to V DC +21 +29 )

250kg
3400 W -5 Cto 50C 5% to 90% dBA (The noise varies with the ambient temperature) 70 Availability99.999%

Reliability

MTBF 100000 h MTTR 1 h

Mean Time Between Failures Mean Time To Repair

BTS3606 Capacity
IS-95 CDMA20001X CDMA20001X-EV-DO

Number of subscribers20 supported by 1 carrier Maximum reverse carrier 128

40

48

128 channels

64 channels

channel capacity of one channels

Course Contents

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 Structure & Board Chapter 3 Networking

Chapter 2 Structure & Board

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

Hardware Construct Baseband Subsystem Radio Frequency Subsystem Antenna & Feeder Subsystem

2.5 Power Supply Subsystem

BTS3606 Cabinet

(1) CDDU Subrack (2) Switch Box (3)Fan Box (4)Combined Subrack (5) Cable Trough (6)Power Supply Subrack (7)Tool Kit
C H P A C H P A

C D D U

C D D U

C D D U

Switch Box Fan Box

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C C C C C C P P P MMM

B C K M

C C I M

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T

C C C C C C R P P P MMM

B C K M

Cable Trough
P S U P S U P S U

Tool Kit

BTS3606 Logic Structure

Um interface

MS

Antenna & feeder subsystem

RF subsystem

Baseband subsystem

Abis interface

BSC
-48V/+24V Power supply subsystem

BTS3606

Chapter 2 Structure & Board

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

Hardware Construct Baseband Subsystem Radio Frequency Subsystem Antenna & Feeder Subsystem

2.5 Power Supply Subsystem

BTS3606 Baseband Subsystem


C D D U C D D U C D D U

C C C B B C C C C C P P P K I M M M M M
C T R M
C C C C C C P P P MMM B C K M C C I M

BCIM BTS Control Interface Module CCPM Compact-BTS Channel Process Module BCKM BTS Control and

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T

C C C C C C R P P P MMM

B C K M

C C C B C C C C P P P K M M M M 5 3 1 1

P S U

P S U

P S U

N U L L

Clock Module

Baseband Functional Diagram

BSC

E1/T1

BCIM BCIM

Backplane bus

Test equipment

Clock bus

10MHz

HPCM (Optional) 1PPS BCK BCKM M

CCPM Optical inerface ODU3601C BCPM


Electric interface

Satellite signal receiving antenna Other funcitonal units of the system 10 MHz clock cable

CTRM

... ...

BCKMs Functions

Call procedure control Signaling processing Resource management Channel management Cell configuration

BCKM
Notice:

When

GPS, GLONASS or external synchronous

1PPS Signals are activated, the clock is in the normal running mode.
When

GPS, GLONASS or external synchronous

1PPS fails, the local clock is in the holdover mode. Under this state the system can run normally for more than 8 hours.

BCKM
Active/Standby Running
When

fault occurs in the active BCKM, then the

services will switch over to the standby BCKM under the control of the related software or automatically. In following three cases this switching is occurred:

A. Abnormality in CLK leads to BCKM switchover. B. Abnormality in MPU leads to BCKM switchover. C. The hardware failure and damage of important devices of the board lead to BCKM switchover.

BCKM
BCKM Facet

Normal status: Status (RUN) Indicator: flashes slowly Alarm (ALM) indicator: OFF Operation (ACT) indicator: ON ETH (Ethernet interface). A user can login BTS3606 for operation and maintenance by telnet.

GPS/GLONASS antenna port

BCIMs Functions

Providing multiple E1/T1 links

Realizing the IMA/UNI protocol Support ATM over Fractional E1/T1

Support 8E1

BCIM
IMA Module
E1 Link E1 link E1 link E1 link 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4

Specific bandwidth

E1 in fixed time slot mode

uIMA Inverse ATM


IMA
E1 Interface E1 Interface E1 Interface E1 Interface

Multiplexing
ATM 1 Cell FLOW 6 IMA 5 3 2 1 3 1 1 6 4 3 7 6 2 7

on
1 5 4 4 4 1 7 7 Specific bandwidth

E1 E1 E1 ...

E1 Interface E1 Interface E1 Interface E1 Interface

BESP
Functional Diagram
BESP Level- Level-1 2 protection PGND 4 E1s 8 E1s Level-2 Level-1 protection PGND Interface DB25 BSC

Interface DB37

BCIM

...

Interfac e

4 E1s BSC

Level-2Level-1 protection protection PGND

...

DB25

BCIM
BCIM facet

Normal status: Status (RUN) Indicator: flashes slowly Alarm (ALM) indicator: OFF Operation (ACT) indicator: ON

CCPMs Functions
In the forward direction, the CCPM completes the following functions: Encoding (including convolutional code and turbo code) Interleaving Spreading Modulating Data multiplexing In the reverse direction, the CCPM completes the following functions: Decoding De-interleaving De-spreading Demodulating Data demultiplexing

Connect to ODU3601C by optical port

Chapter 2 Structure & Board

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

Hardware Construct Baseband Subsystem Radio Frequency Subsystem Antenna & Feeder Subsystem

2.5 Power Supply Subsystem

Structure of RF subsystem
C D D U C D D U C D D U
1 3 5

CFMM C C H T P R A M
0

C C C C C C H T H T H T P R P R P R A M A M A M

C H P A
2

C T R M

C H P A
4

C T CDDU:Compact-BTS Dual R M Duplexer UniT


CTRM: Compact-BTS Transceiver Module CFMM:Compact-BTS Fan

C C C C C C H T H T H T P R P R P R A M A M A M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C T R M

C H P A

C Monitor Module T CHPA:Compact-BTS High R M power Amplifier

RF Functional Diagram

CDDU

CTRMs Functions
In the reverse link, the CTRM receives the main and diversity RF signals from the antenna and feeder subsystem, and then changes them into baseband signals through down conversion, wave filtering and multiplexing. Finally the CTRM sends the baseband signals to the baseband subsystem. In the forward link, the CTRM receives the baseband signals from the baseband subsystem, and then changes them into RF signals through de-multiplexing, wave filtering and up conversion. Finally the CTRM sends the RF signals to the RF subsystem through the CDDU. Supported band: 450 MHz, 800 MHz, and 1900 MHz

CTRM
RF Subsystem

CTRM facet
MRI Inputs Main Receive signals

DRI Inputs Diversity Receive signals

MRO Outputs Main Receive signals

TX1 /Tx2 Leads out to CHPA

CHPAs Functions

RF power amplification Over-temperature alarm Over-excited alarm


IN OUT

Gain decrease alarm

CDDUs Functions
Provide duplex isolator and low band filter for two receiving and transmitting signals. Test the coupling of transmitting and receiving signals.

TX2/RX2 ANT

TX1/RX1 ANT

TX1 TX2

RX1 RX2

CDDU
CDDU facet

Transmit signals From CHPA

TX/RX to antenna Subsystem

Receive signals To CTRM

Configuration of RF Subsystem 1

Antenna

CTRM

CHPA

CDDU

Configuration of RF Subsystem 2

Antenna

CTRM

CHPA

CDDU

CTRM

CHPA

Chapter 2 Structure & Board

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

Hardware Construct Baseband Subsystem Radio Frequency Subsystem Antenna & Feeder Subsystem

2.5 Power Supply Subsystem

RF Antenna &Feeder
Sector B

Antenna Jumper Feeder Jumper

SectorA

BTS cabinet

SectorC

Dual-satellite Synchronization Antenna & Feeder


GPS/GLONASS receiving antenna

Feeder

Receiver on BCKM

Jumper Lighting arrester Inner cable

BTS3606 cabinet

Note: BTS3606 receiver is provided by CLK on BCKM.

Chapter 2 Structure & Board

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

Hardware Construct Baseband Subsystem Radio Frequency Subsystem Antenna & Feeder Subsystem

2.5 Power Supply Subsystem

BTS3606 Power Supply Subsystem

-48 V p o we r d is tribu t io n a n d lig h tn in g p ro te c tio n

EMI Filte r Load

Moitoring serial port

DC /D C

D C/ DC

DC /D C

+27VDC OUT

Subsystem

uses three PSUs in full configuration. The PSUs work in the 2+1 redundancy mode. Can use -48 V DC input or +24 V DC input. Input voltage: -40VDC -60VDC only-48V input OUT voltage:+27V

Course Contents

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 Structure & Board Chapter 3 Networking

O1/S1 Networking
A A Sector
CDDU TX1 RX1 RX2
D2 D3

B SectorB

C Sector C

D1

TX2

CHPA PAout

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

PAin
D4

TX1

O2 Networking
A SectorA
CDDU
D2

B Sector B

C Sector C

TX1

RX1 RX2

D1

TX2

CHPA PAout

CTRM DRI
D3 D6

CHPA PAout
D5

CTRM DRI
D4

MRI MRO TX2 PAin

MRI MRO TX2

PAin

D7

TX1

D8

TX1

S1/1/1 Networking
A A Sector
CDDU TX1
D3

B Sector B
CDDU

C Sector C
CDDU RX1 TX1 RX1 RX2

RX1 RX2

TX1
D7

D11

D1

TX2

D2

D5

TX2

D6

RX2
D9

TX2

D10

CHPA PAout

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

CHPA PAout

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

CHPA PAout

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

PAin

D4

TX1

PAin

D8

TX1

PAin

D12

TX1

S2/2/2 Networking
A Sector A
CDDU TX1
D1

B Sector B
CDDU

C Sector C
CDDU RX1 RX2
D11

RX1 RX2
D6

TX1

TX1

RX1 RX2

TX2

TX2

TX2

CHPA PAout

D2 D3 D4

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

CHPA PAout

D7 D8 D9

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

CHPA PAout

D12 D13 D14

CTRM DRI MRI MRO TX2

PAin

D5

TX1

PAin

D10

TX1

PAin

D15

TX1

CHPA
D16

PAout

CTRM DRI
D17

CHPA
D19

PAout

CTRM DRI
D20

CHPA
D22

PAout

CTRM DRI
D23

MRI MRO TX2

MRI MRO TX2

MRI MRO TX2

PAin

D18

TX1

PAin

D21

TX1

PAin

D24

TX1