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DBS3900 V200

Site Preparation Guidelines

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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 Site Requirements of the DBS3900.........................................................................................2-1
2.1 Site Selection Requirements of the NodeB.....................................................................................................2-2 2.2 Requirements of the DBS3900 for Installation Space....................................................................................2-2 2.2.1 Space Requirements of the BBU3900....................................................................................................2-3 2.2.2 Space Requirements of the RRU and SRXU.........................................................................................2-4 2.2.3 Space Requirements of the SLPU..........................................................................................................2-8 2.3 Construction Requirements of the BBU3900 Equipment Room..................................................................2-10 2.4 Requirements for the Tower Where the RRU is Installed.............................................................................2-12 2.5 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3900.................................................................................2-13

3 Power Supply Requirements of the DBS3900......................................................................3-1 4 Grounding Requirements of the DBS3900............................................................................4-1 5 Transmission Requirements of the NodeB Site...................................................................5-1 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site...........................................................6-1
6.1 Installing the Cable Rack................................................................................................................................6-2 6.1.1 Introduction to Cable Racks...................................................................................................................6-2 6.1.2 Procedure for Installing the Cable Rack.................................................................................................6-4 6.1.3 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack.........................................................................................................6-4 6.1.4 Connecting Cable Ladders.....................................................................................................................6-7 6.1.5 Installing the Cable Trough..................................................................................................................6-13 6.1.6 Installing Accessories...........................................................................................................................6-17 6.2 Installing the Grounding Bar of the NodeB..................................................................................................6-19 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd i

............. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) ..................................................................................i-1 ii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..2 Cabling Specifications for the NodeB.............................................................7-3 7.....................2 Installing the Antenna Support on the Tower................7-5 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables........................8-2 9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation..........................Contents DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6.................................................................................................................................................................................7-2 7...............................................8-1 8...................................................................................................................................................3 Installing the Antenna Support on the Rooftop..............................................................3 Preparing the Metal Pole.............................................................1 Requirements for the Tower....6-21 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System...............................8-2 8...................................................1 Requirements for the Materials of the Outdoor NodeB Cables............................................................ 9-1 Index..................................................................................... 7-1 7........

........................................................................2-7 Figure 2-7 Minimal space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs (unit: mm)........................................................................................................................................................6-4 Figure 6-14 Rectangular frame....................................................................................................1-5 Figure 1-2 Lifting a weight.................................................2-6 Figure 2-6 Recommended space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs (unit: mm)........................................................................1-10 Figure 1-3 Slant angle....................................................................6-5 Figure 6-15 Installing the outdoor cable rack on the floor..........................................................................................................................2-5 Figure 2-4 Minimal space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU (unit: mm)...........................................................................................................6-4 Figure 6-13 Over-cabinet support...6-4 Figure 6-11 Rectangular frame........................2-9 Figure 6-1 Cable ladder........................................................................................................................................................6-7 Figure 6-17 Docking cable ladders.....6-3 Figure 6-8 Cable trough.........................................................................................................2-4 Figure 2-3 Recommended space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU (unit: mm)..................................................................6-11 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..................1-11 Figure 2-1 Space requirements of the BBU3900 in the 19-inch cabinet (unit: mm)...............................................................................................2-3 Figure 2-2 Space requirements of the BBU3900 on the wall (unit: mm)..2-6 Figure 2-5 Space requirements of two combined RRUs (unit: mm)...................................................................................................................................................6-3 Figure 6-2 U-shape connecting piece.......6-4 Figure 6-12 U-steel........................................................................................................................................................................................6-3 Figure 6-4 Cable manager...................................................................2-8 Figure 2-8 Space requirements of the SLPU in the 19-inch cabinet (unit: mm).........................2-9 Figure 2-9 Space requirements of the SLPU on the wall (unit: mm).....6-4 Figure 6-10 End cover..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-3 Figure 6-7 Fixing clip.....................................................................................................................................................................1-11 Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave........................................................DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figures Figures Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap........................................................6-8 Figure 6-18 Ladders turned on the same level (no cable trough).........................................................6-6 Figure 6-16 Installing the outdoor cable rack on the wall......................6-3 Figure 6-6 Connecting clip.............6-3 Figure 6-5 Triangular support...........................6-3 Figure 6-9 Bushing..................................................................................6-10 Figure 6-20 Connecting the cable ladder to the wall........................................................ Ltd iii .....................6-3 Figure 6-3 Bracket angle...................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-9 Figure 6-19 Turning the cable ladder at different levels..............................................................................................................................

...6-22 Figure 6-37 Two stay poles with a metal pole........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-22 Figure 6-38 Base......200 mm)..............................................................................7-8 Figure 7-8 Structure and installation of the antenna support base ............6-18 Figure 6-32 Installing the end cover......................................................................................................................................6-20 Figure 6-34 Installing the grounding bar....................7-4 Figure 7-3 Installing the antenna support on the tower................................................................................................................6-16 Figure 6-29 Installed sloping cable trough ......................................... and baffle ring.............................................................................................Figures DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-21 Front connection of cable ladders.....................................................................................................................6-14 Figure 6-25 Installing a cable trough on the 200-mm or 400-mm wide cable ladder... 7-9 iv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.........6-15 Figure 6-27 Cutting off the upper side of the triangle aperture ........................................................................................7-5 Figure 7-4 Structure of the antenna support directly installed on the rooftop...........................7-2 Figure 7-2 Structure of the antenna support (unit: mm)...6-17 Figure 6-30 Cable manager on the cable rack that is not installed with a cable trough........................................7-7 Figure 7-7 Installing the antenna support on the parapet (height of the parapet < 1............................6-18 Figure 6-31 Cable manager on the cable rack that is installed with a cable trough..6-19 Figure 6-33 Grounding bar of the NodeB.......................6-12 Figure 6-23 Oblique connection of cable ladders.............................................................................6-23 Figure 6-39 Two metal poles with a stay pole.....................................................................................................................................................................6-13 Figure 6-24 Connecting cable troughs.............................................6-16 Figure 6-28 Installing a sloping cable trough...........................................................................................................................................................................................................6-21 Figure 6-36 Installing the metal pole on the concrete floor...........................................................................................................................................6-20 Figure 6-35 Profile chart for installing the grounding bar.......................................................................7-7 Figure 7-6 Installing the fixing clip for the antenna support on the parapet.........................................................................................................................................................................................................6-12 Figure 6-22 Side connection of cable ladders.......................................... bushing.......................200 mm).6-14 Figure 6-26 Installing cable troughs onto the 600-mm wide cable ladder................. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .......................6-23 Figure 7-1 Tower for telecommunication purpose.....................................................7-6 Figure 7-5 Installing the antenna support on the parapet (height of the parapet > 1................................

....................................................................................................8-2 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..2-14 Table 2-3 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials...........................................................................................................................3-1 Table 6-1 Items required for mounting a cable rack.............................................................2-14 Table 3-1 Power supply requirements of the DBS3900.....................................DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Tables Tables Table 2-1 Climatic requirements....................................................................................................... Ltd v .6-3 Table 8-1 Requirements for the materials of the outdoor NodeB cables....2-14 Table 2-4 Mechanical stress requirements..................................................................2-13 Table 2-2 Requirements for the density of physically active materials..............................................................................................

DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines

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Purpose
Before installing the DBS3900 hardware, you need to conduct site survey to select an appropriate site. This ensures proper operation of the DBS3900. This document serves as a reference for conducting the DBS3900 site survey. It describes the site requirements in terms of the site location, power supply, transmission, grounding, and auxiliary facilities of the site and antenna system. To ensure smooth site construction, the site requirements described in this document must be met.

Product Version
The following table lists the product version related to this document. Product Name DBS3900 Product Version V200R010

Intended Audience
This document is intended for NodeB installers.

Change History
For changes in the document, refer to Changes in the DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines.

Organization
1 Safety Information 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 This describes the site requirements of the DBS3900. The proper installation, commissioning, and operation of the DBS3900 are ensured only when the installation space is planned and prepared in compliance with the site requirements. The site requirements of the DBS3900 consist of the site selection, installation space, construction of the BBU3900 equipment room and the tower where the RRU is installed, and the operating environment requirements.
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3 Power Supply Requirements of the DBS3900 This describes the power supply requirements of the DBS3900. To ensure the proper operation of the power system of the DBS3900, the power supply of all the functional modules must comply with the related specifications. 4 Grounding Requirements of the DBS3900 Grounding requirements of the BBU3900 and RRU in the DBS3900 system must be satisfied. 5 Transmission Requirements of the NodeB Site This describes the transmission requirements of the NodeB. The transmission devices and auxiliary devices must be prepared before the site construction. Transmission requirements of the NodeB site consist of the requirements for the DDF/ODF and transmission mode. 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site This describes how to prepare the auxiliary facilities such as the cable rack, grounding bar, and metal pole for the DBS3900 site. Before you install the DBS3900, the auxiliary facilities must be prepared. 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System This describes how to prepare the auxiliary facilities such as the tower and antenna support for the DBS3900 antenna system in different installation scenarios. 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables This describes the requirements for materials and routing of the NodeB cables such as the power cables, signal cables, and PGND cables. 9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation This describes how to check the NodeB site preparations. Before installing the NodeB, you need to check the site, power supply, transmission system, grounding system, antenna system, auxiliary facilities, and cables.

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Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer. 4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.About This Document DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 5.For example. Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.press Enter and press Tab. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Press the keys concurrently.For example.pressing Alt.A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.pressing Ctrl+Alt+A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.. Keyboard Operation Convention Key Key1+Key2 Key1. Press the keys in turn.Key2 Description Press the key. 6. Mouse Operation Action Click Double-click Drag Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.For example.

Read and follow these safety precautions before installing. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Caution. Symbols DANGER This symbol indicates that casualty or serious accident may occur if you ignore the safety instruction.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.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information 1 1. operating.. The Danger. read the instructions and precautions in this document carefully to minimize the possibility of accidents. and Note items in the package of documents do not cover all the safety precautions that must be followed. They only provide the generic safety precautions for operations. Before any operation. CAUTION This symbol indicates that serious or major injury may occur if you ignore the safety instruction. Ltd 1-1 . and maintaining Huawei devices. NOTE This symbol indicates that the operation may be easier if you pay attention to the safety instruction.

comply with the local safety regulations. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . 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. unplug the AC power connector. gloves and wrist strap. 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. Do not use the fixed terminal or touch the terminal or antenna connector. You must comply with the local safety regulations. The rules for installing and maintaining the device are as follows: l l Only the trained and qualified personnel can install. l To prevent electric shock. To prevent electric shock and burns. Check the electrical connection of the device before operation and ensure that the device is reliably grounded. To prevent laser radiation from injuring your eyes. wear the electrostatic discharge (ESD) clothing. Any fault or error that might cause safety problems must be reported immediately to the personnel in charge. do not operate the device and cables. do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits. l l 1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 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.. The safety precautions provided in the documents are supplementary. NOTE The previous two requirements are suitable for the wireless fixed terminal. Only the qualified specialists are allowed to remove the safety facilities. operate and maintain the device. and remove conductors such as jewelry and watch before operation.1 Safety Information DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Complying with the Local Safety Regulations When operating the device. The unit (or system) must be permanently connected to the protection ground before operation. Do not operate the device in the absence of a ground conductor. never look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. Do not damage the ground conductor. l Safety of Personnel Ensure the following: l l When lightning strikes. and repair the device. When lightning strikes.

The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified to perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities. When installing the AC power supply facility. 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. High Electrical Leakage CAUTION Ground the device before powering on the device. DANGER In a thunderstorm. l l 1. do not perform operations on high voltage and AC power supply facilities or on a steel tower and mast. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. follow the local safety regulations. Do not block ventilation openings while the system is running. When operating the high voltage and AC power supply facilities. ensure that water is kept off the device. Ltd 1-3 . shut down the power supply immediately. Direct contact with the high voltage power supply or contact through damp objects may result in fatal danger. When installing the panel. When operating the AC power supply facility.2 Electricity Safety High Voltage DANGER l The high voltage power supply provides power for running the system. Otherwise. If the cabinet is damp or wet. When the operation is performed in a damp environment. the device must be secured on the floor or other fixed objects. follow the local safety regulations. Non-standard and improper high voltage operations may result in fire and electric shock.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information Device Safety l Before operation. the personnel and device are in danger. use the specific tools instead of common tools. tighten the screw with the tool. such as the walls and the mounting racks.

plug boards. ensure that the power cable and label comply with the requirements of the actual installation. l l Before installing or removing the power cable. It can prevent the sensitive components from being damaged by the static electricity in the human body. wear a grounded ESD wrist strap. 1-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In the following situations. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). replace it with a fuse of the same type and specifications. Transient contact between the core of the power cable and the conductor may generate electric arc or spark. which may cause fire or eye injury. Fuse CAUTION To ensure that the system runs safely.. Power Cable CAUTION Do not install and remove the power cable with a live line. 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. turn off the power switch. such as the large-scale integrated circuit (LIC). Figure 1-1shows how to wear an ESD wrist strap. Before contacting the device. Electrostatic Discharge CAUTION The static electricity generated by the human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the circuit board. you must ground the device before powering it on. Before connecting the power cable.1 Safety Information DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines If the "high electrical leakage" flag is stuck to the power terminal of the device. when a fuse blows. circuit boards.

and ultimately damage the device and cause short-circuit of the circuit boards. During operation.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information Figure 1-1 Wearing an ESD wrist strap 1. Electrolyte overflow may damage the device.4 Battery Storage Battery DANGER Before handling the storage battery. Do not perform any operation in this environment. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 1. ensure the following: l l Prevent any short-circuit. Ltd 1-5 .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.. Prevent the electrolyte from overflowing and leakage. Any operation of the electrical device in the inflammable environment causes danger. It will corrode the metal parts and the circuit boards. Incorrect operation of storage batteries may cause danger.

disconnect the battery in use before performing any other operation. Lay the storage battery horizontally and fix it properly. and electrolyte overflow of the battery. l The lead-acid storage battery in use will emit flammable gas. High Temperature CAUTION High temperature may result in distortion. Do not place the battery upside down or tilt it.1 Safety Information DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines General Operations Before installing and maintaining the storage battery. Therefore. 1-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Use eye protection devices and operate with care. because the gas emitted from it may result in fire or device corrosion. Although the voltage of a battery is low. ensure the following: l l l l Use special insulation tools. If they have to be used. If acid overflow occurs. store it in a place with good ventilation and take precautions against fire.. damage. Wear rubber gloves and an apron in case of an electrolyte overflow. Short-Circuit DANGER Short-circuit of the battery may cause injury. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Always keep the battery upright when moving. high transient current generated by short-circuit will release a surge of power. Keep metal objects away from the battery to prevent short circuit. handle the acid immediately. When the temperature of the battery exceeds 60oC. Harmful Gas CAUTION l Do not use unsealed lead-acid storage batteries. check whether there is acid overflow.

protect against the possible damage caused by the acid. Ltd 1-7 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information Acid CAUTION If the acid overflows.. it should be absorbed and neutralized immediately. Lithium Battery CAUTION There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Before installing or maintaining an antenna on a steel tower or mast with a large number of transmitter antennas. Suggestions for the installation and operation of BTSs are given in the following section. the operator should coordinate with all parties to ensure that the transmitter antennas are shut down. 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. The base transceiver station (BTS) has RF radiation (radiation hazard). l Replace the lithium battery with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. When handling a leaky battery. l l 1.5 Radiation Electromagnetic Field Exposure CAUTION High power radio-frequency signals are harmful to human body. l The antenna should be located in an area that is inaccessible to the public where the RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value. Dispose of the used battery according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Do not dispose of the lithium battery in fire. Operators are also required to comply with the related local regulations on erecting BTSs. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

l l l Read the following instructions before handling optical fibers: l l Only the trained personnel can cut and splice optical fibers.1 Safety Information l DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines If the areas where RF radiation exceeds the stipulated value are accessible to workers. 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. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . ensure that workers know where these areas are.] will not cause eye injury. Ensure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber connectors. They can shut down the transmitters before entering these areas. l Laser CAUTION When handling optical fibers. Such areas may not exist. it has a very high power density and is invisible to human eyes. If a beam of light enters the eye. To ensure that the optical source is switched off. ensure that you are not exposed to laser radiation. Before opening the front door of an optical transmission system. Each forbidden zone should be indicated by a physical barrier and striking sign to warn the public or workers. ensure that the optical fiber is disconnected from the optical source. use protecting caps to protect all the optical connectors. After disconnecting the optical fiber. Because the laser that is transmitted through the optical fiber produces a small beam of light. Normally.. Before cutting or splicing an optical fiber. however. Read the following guidelines to prevent laser radiation: l l l l Only the trained and authorized personnel can perform the operation. Never use an optical tool such as a microscope. a magnifying glass. Laser transceivers or transmitters are used in the optical transmission system and associated test tools. or an eye loupe to look into the optical fiber connector or end. the retina may be damaged. be damaged if an optical tool such as a microscope.91 in. use an optical power meter. Eyes may. 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. magnifying glass or eye loupe is used to stare into the bare optical fiber end. but if they exist. 1-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Wear a pair of eye-protective glasses when you are handling lasers or optical fibers. or look into the optical fiber outlet with unaided eyes. the areas must be within a range of less than 10 m around the antennas. do not stand close to.

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. 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 lifting appliances are well prepared for working at heights. Check the weight lifting tools and ensure that they are intact. Ltd 1-9 . should be taken. l l l Ensure that the operators have been trained and qualified. Lift the weight only when the weight lifting tools are firmly mounted onto the weightbearing object or the wall.6 Working at Heights CAUTION When working at heights. The operating machines and tools should be carried and handled safely to prevent them from falling. In cold regions.. warm clothes should be worn before working at heights. When working at heights. ensure that the objects do not fall. such as wearing a helmet and a safety belt. Safety measures.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information 1. Use a concise instruction to prevent incorrect operation. ensure that the following requirements must be met: l l The personnel who work at heights must be trained. l l Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Keep balance on the ladder before performing any operation. The slant can be measured with the angle square or with arms. Do not climb higher than the fourth highest step of the ladder. as shown in Figure 1-3. Check the maximum weight that the ladder can support.. When using a ladder. 1-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. place the wider end of the ladder on the ground and take protective measures on the base of the ladder against slippage. If you tend to climb to the roof. as shown in Figure 1-4. Placing the Ladder l The slant angle is preferred to be 75o. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . ensure the following: l l l The gravity of the body does not shift from the edge of the ladder. Place the ladder on a stable ground. When climbing the ladder. Never overload the ladder.1 Safety Information DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 1-2 Lifting a weight Safety Guide on Ladder Use Checking the Ladder l l Check the ladder before using it. the length of the ladder should be at least one meter higher than the eave.

Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 1 Safety Information Figure 1-3 Slant angle Figure 1-4 One meter higher than the eave 1. l Before drilling a hole on the cabinet..7 Mechanical Safety Drilling CAUTION Do not drill on the cabinet without permission. Inappropriate drilling on the cabinet may damage the electromagnetic shielding and internal cables. remove the cables from the cabinet. Ltd 1-11 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Metal shavings from the drilling may result in a short-circuit of the circuit board if they get into the cabinet.

When moving the chassis outwards. such as the power module. Handling Fans l When replacing a component. When replacing the ambient equipment around the fan. Two persons should be available to move a chassis. Insert the board gently to prevent any bent pins on the backplane. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .1 Safety Information l l l DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines During the drilling. wear the protective gloves to prevent injury by sharp objects. Do not hold the handle of the installed modules in the chassis. After drilling. fan module. wear the protective gloves. hold the handle or bottom of the chassis. and tool at a safe place to prevent them from falling into the running fan. be aware about the unfixed or heavy objects on the chassis to prevent injury. During the drilling. place the component. one person must not move a heavy chassis. screw. Handling Sharp Objects CAUTION When carrying the device by hand. wear the ESD wrist strap or gloves. l Moving Heavy Objects Wear the protective gloves when moving heavy objects. or board. do not place the finger or board into the running fan until the fan is switched off and stops running. clean the metal shavings in time. keep your back straight and move stably to prevent a sprain. 1-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When moving a chassis.8 Others Inserting and Removing a Board CAUTION When inserting a board. When moving or lifting a chassis. wear blinkers to protect your eyes. l l 1. Prevent the metal shavings from getting into the cabinet. CAUTION l l Be careful when moving heavy objects..

do not touch the board circuit. especially at a low temperature. connectors. Cabling Requirements At a very low temperature. Bundling Signal Cables CAUTION Bundle the signal cables separately from the strong current cables or high voltage cables. Move the cables with care. comply with the following requirements: l l When installing cables. When holding a board in hand. To ensure the construction safety. movement of the cable may damage the plastic skin of the cable. Do not drop the cables directly from the vehicle. components. Do not remove the active board before powering off. Ltd 1-13 . ensure that the environment temperature is above 0oC. or connection slots. move the cables into a place at a room temperature and store the cables for more than 24 hours before installation.. l Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. If cables are stored in the place below 0oC.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines l l l l 1 Safety Information Insert the board along the guide rail. Avoid contact of one board with another to prevent short-circuit or damage.

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installation space.3 Construction Requirements of the BBU3900 Equipment Room This describes the construction requirements of the equipment room in which the BBU3900 is installed.5 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3900 This describes the working environment requirements of the DBS3900. communications technology. To ensure the safety of installers and equipment. and the SRXU. The space requirements of the DBS3900 consist of the space requirements of the BBU3900. Ltd 2-1 .4 Requirements for the Tower Where the RRU is Installed This describes the requirements for the tower where the RRU is installed.. 2. commissioning. and traffic. geology. and the operating environment requirements. hydrology. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. construction of the BBU3900 equipment room and the tower where the RRU is installed. 2. 2.1 Site Selection Requirements of the NodeB This describes the site selection requirements of the NodeB. the site for the NodeB must meet the requirements for telecommunication network planning. the RRU3804. the towers must meet the related construction requirements.2 Requirements of the DBS3900 for Installation Space DBS3900This describes the space requirements of the DBS3900. and operation of the DBS3900 are ensured only when the installation space is planned and prepared in compliance with the site requirements. 2.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 About This Chapter This describes the site requirements of the DBS3900. 2. The proper installation. To ensure the stable running of the NodeB over a long term. The site requirements of the DBS3900 consist of the site selection.

The room for feeding poultry and the chemical fertilizer warehouse cannot be used as the equipment room for the indoor NodeB. Otherwise.. ensure that the site is in the perennial upwind direction of the pollution source. l l 2. The distance between the outdoor NodeB and the sea exceeds 500 m. If this requirement cannot be met. The site is not located at places that are prone to frequent earthquakes and exposed to loud noise. The site is located far from high-power radio transmitters. harmful gases. and the SRXU. electronic components and circuit boards may corrode. avoid using salt soil as the building material for the room. Otherwise. septic tank. and sewage disposal pool.1 Site Selection Requirements of the NodeB This describes the site selection requirements of the NodeB. If this requirement cannot be met. The interference field intensity is not higher than the shielding specifications of the NodeB for useless radiation. The site is away from pollution sources. ensure that the equipment room is constructed in the perennial upwind direction of the room for feeding poultry or the chemical fertilizer warehouse. and heating boiler.7 km away from the seaside or a salt lake. or other interference sources.7 km away from medium pollution sources such as a chemical plant. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . The selection of the NodeB site must meet the follows requirements: l The site is not exposed to excessive heat. and traffic. To ensure the stable running of the NodeB over a long term.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2. 2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. a rubber plant. The site is at least 2 km away from light pollution sources such as a food products factory or a leather processing factory.2 Requirements of the DBS3900 for Installation Space DBS3900This describes the space requirements of the DBS3900. or unstable voltage. dust. radar stations. the equipment room must be enclosed and configured with air conditioners. flammable or explosive materials. hydrology. – l l l l l l The site is at least 5 km away from heavy pollution sources such as a smelting plant or a coal mine. ensure that the room is located at least 600 mm above the maximum local flood level. geology. the equipment that can withstand the adverse weather must be configured. In addition. communications technology. or an electric plating plant. The space requirements of the DBS3900 consist of the space requirements of the BBU3900. the site for the NodeB must meet the requirements for telecommunication network planning. the RRU3804. If this requirement cannot be met. industrial boiler. The equipment are in positive pressure state and free from corrosive gas. The equipment room for the indoor NodeB is constructed at least 3. The equipment room for the indoor NodeB is preferably on the second floor or higher. The site is far from power transformer station. The site is at least 3. If this requirement cannot be met. – – l The air inlets of the telecommunication equipment are far away from the sewer pipe.

the SLPU has the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM. the RRU and SRXU have the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM.1 Space Requirements of the BBU3900 This describes the space requirements of the BBU3900.1 Space Requirements of the BBU3900 This describes the space requirements of the BBU3900.2.2.3 Space Requirements of the SLPU This describes the space requirements of the SLPU. Space Requirements of the BBU3900 in the 19-Inch Cabinet Figure 2-1 shows the space requirements of the BBU3900 when it needs to be installed in the 19-inch cabinet. 2.2. 2. Ltd 2-3 . When installed in a 19-inch cabinet on a wall. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 2-1 Space requirements of the BBU3900 in the 19-inch cabinet (unit: mm) The minimal space around the BBU3900 is as follows: l l 25 mm on both sides for ventilation 70 mm in front of the panel for cabling Space Requirements of the BBU3900 on the Wall Figure 2-2 shows the recommended space requirements when a single BBU3900 is installed on the wall. In addition. the BBU3900 has the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM.2.2 Space Requirements of the RRU and SRXU In different installation modes. In addition. the BBU3900 has the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM. Huawei offers the recommended space requirements. 2. Huawei offers the recommended space requirements. Huawei offers the recommended space requirements. When installed in a 19-inch cabinet. Huawei offers the recommended space requirements.. In addition. When installed in a 19-inch cabinet.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 2. Based on the engineering practice.

2.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 2-2 Space requirements of the BBU3900 on the wall (unit: mm) The minimal space around the BBU3900 is as follows: l l l l 20 mm above the equipment for maintenance 800 mm between the bottom and the ground for cabling and maintenance 50 mm on both sides for ventilation 600 mm in front of the equipment for maintenance 2. the RRU and SRXU have the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM.2 Space Requirements of the RRU and SRXU In different installation modes. Space Requirements of One RRU with and Without the SRXU Figure 2-3 shows the recommended space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU. Huawei offers the recommended space requirements.. NOTE The following figures related to the space requirements assume that the cabling cavities are on the left side of the RRU and SRXU. 2-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the horizontal space requirements are opposite to what are shown in the figures. If the RRU and SRXU are installed with the cabling cavities on the right. Based on the engineering practice. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .

l l l l l Figure 2-4 shows the minimal space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU. At least 300 mm on the right of the equipment for maintenance. It is recommended that the space be 1. At least 800 mm in front of the equipment for maintenance. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Regardless of whether the SRXU is fixed to the RRU.. At least 600 mm on the left of the equipment for maintenance.200 mm between the bottom and the ground for easy maintenance. Ltd 2-5 .DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 Figure 2-3 Recommended space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU (unit: mm) The recommended space around the equipment is as follows: l At least 500 mm under the equipment for cabling. At least 200 mm above the equipment for maintenance. the space requirements are the same.

Figure 2-5 Space requirements of two combined RRUs (unit: mm) The space between the two RRUs is as follows: 2-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . In addition. When two RRUs need to be combined. 200 mm above the equipment for maintenance. 600 mm in front of the equipment for maintenance. 400 mm on the left of the equipment for maintenance. the space between the two RRUs should stay within the range shown in Figure 2-5. 100 mm on the right of the equipment for maintenance.200 mm between the equipment bottom and the ground for easy maintenance.. space requirements of each RRU must be met. It is recommended that the space be 1.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 2-4 Minimal space requirements of one RRU with and without the SRXU (unit: mm) The minimal space around the equipment is as follows: l l l l l 300 mm under the equipment for cabling.

200 mm between the bottom and the ground for easy maintenance. At least 800 mm on the right of the equipment for maintenance. the space requirements are the same. At least 800 mm on the left of the equipment for maintenance. the space requirements are the same. At least 200 mm above the equipment for maintenance. Regardless of whether the RRUs are in two-module or three-module centralized installation mode. It is recommended that the space be 1. At least 800 mm in front of the equipment for maintenance. Ltd 2-7 . NOTE The space requirements of two combined SRXUs are the same as those of two combined RRUs. the space is 800 mm at most. Figure 2-6 Recommended space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs (unit: mm) The recommended space around the equipment is as follows: l At least 500 mm under the equipment for cabling. When two RRUs are installed vertically. l l l l l l Figure 2-7 shows the minimal space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs. Space Requirements of Multiple RRUs with and Without the SRXUs Figure 2-6 shows the recommended space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs. Regardless of whether the SRXUs are fixed to the RRU. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the space is 1.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines l l 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 When two RRUs are installed horizontally..200 mm at most.

When installed in a 19-inch cabinet on a wall. 200 mm above the equipment for maintenance.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 2-7 Minimal space requirements of multiple RRUs with and without the SRXUs (unit: mm) The minimal space around the equipment is as follows: l 300 mm under the equipment for cabling.3 Space Requirements of the SLPU This describes the space requirements of the SLPU. the SLPU has the minimal space requirements for cabling and OM.. l l l l 2.2. 600 mm in front of the equipment for maintenance. It is recommended that the space be 1. 2-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 600 mm on the right of the equipment for maintenance. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Huawei offers the recommended space requirements. Space Requirements of the SLPU in the 19-Inch Cabinet Figure 2-8 shows the space requirements of the SLPU when it needs to be installed in the 19inch cabinet. In addition. 600 mm on the left of the equipment for maintenance.200 mm between the equipment bottom and the ground for easy maintenance.

Figure 2-9 Space requirements of the SLPU on the wall (unit: mm) The minimal space around the SLPU is as follows: Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 Figure 2-8 Space requirements of the SLPU in the 19-inch cabinet (unit: mm) The minimal space around the SLPU is as follows: l l 25 mm on both sides for ventilation 70 mm in front of the panel for cabling Space Requirements of the SLPU on the Wall Figure 2-9 shows the space requirements of the SLPU when it needs to be installed on the wall. Ltd 2-9 .

2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 l l l l DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 20 mm above the equipment for maintenance 800 mm between the SLPU bottom and the ground for cabling and maintenance 50 mm on both sides for ventilation 800 mm in front of the SLPU for maintenance 2. If the bearing capacity is insufficient. The feeder window is installed and feeders can be routed in the room. l Floorboards are laid down firmly and there is no space between the boards. The room is high enough (generally 3 m to 3. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the movable Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) floorboards are used in the equipment room. If the room does not have movable ESD floorboards. The cabinet door can be opened and closed conveniently. installation position.3 Construction Requirements of the BBU3900 Equipment Room This describes the construction requirements of the equipment room in which the BBU3900 is installed. footprint of the equipment. The ESD floor or movable floorboards are grounded by using cables and 1-megaohm current-limiting resistance. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) l l 2-10 . The horizontal error per square meter is within 2 mm.5 m) to facilitate the installation of cable racks and the layout of cables and feeders. l l l Requirements for the Height of the Equipment Room The height of the equipment room refers to the distance between the horizontal beam or the air vent and the floor. Tests must prove that the terrazzo floor (including the concrete floor) can meet the requirement. Requirements for the Floor of the Equipment Room The floor of the equipment room is semiconductor and dustproof. Generally. The bearing capacity of the equipment room floor is over 450 kg/m2.0 x 1010 ohms. and structure of the equipment room. you need to use ESD floor with a volume resistance between 1. Requirements for the Bearing Capacity of the Equipment Room The equipment is heavy. Thus. Sufficient space is provided for easy installation and maintenance of the equipment.0 x 107 ohms to 1. Requirements for the Area of the Equipment Room l The equipment room is large enough for equipment installation and future capacity expansion.. reinforce the building to ensure a sufficient bearing capacity. the architectural and structural engineers must check the bearing capacity of the room based on the equipment weight.

The DC power is provided as the emergency lighting for the equipment room of heavy traffic or great importance. refer to corresponding engineering design specifications. An anti-explosion lamp with soft lighting is installed in the room where the batteries are located. Requirements for the Walls and Rooftop of the Equipment Room l l The roof and walls are durable. Ltd 2-11 . l l Lighting Requirements of the Equipment Room l The equipment room is not exposed to direct sunlight. The door and window are sealed with dustproof plastic tapes. reinforce the equipment room until it meets the shockproof requirements. l l l Air Conditioning Requirements of the Equipment Room The actual capacity of the air conditioner depends on the area of the equipment room and heating values of the equipment.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines l 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 All cable holes in the floor are capped with cover plates. Positions for the holes are determined in compliance with the engineering design and the dimensions are accurate to ensure easy installation. l Shockproof Requirements of the Equipment Room The equipment room is designed to resist one more degree of seismic intensity over the limit stipulated in local regulations. well insulated. Waterproofing measures are taken if there are antenna poles or cable holes on the rooftop. and leakproof. Requirements for ESD and EMI Performances of the Equipment Room l The ESD floor or movable ESD floorboards are used in the equipment room and properly grounded. The unmanned equipment rooms are lit normally and powered by the mains. Avoid painting the walls with paint that chalks off easily. the circuit board and other components of the equipment room are easily deformed. The density of the electric field is less than 300 mV/m. Otherwise. Requirements for the Door and Window of the Equipment Room l l l The minimum dimension of the door is 2 m (height) x 1 m (width). The ESD work clothes and ESD wrist straps are provided in the equipment room. If this requirement is not met. For details about the method of measuring the capacity. two air conditioners are configured to work alternatively. Use reflecting paper on the windowpane or colored glass for windows that are exposed to excessive sunlight. The density of the magnetic field is less than 11 GS. The air conditioner settings are as follows: Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Lusterless paint can be used on the walls. For most NodeBs. Ensure that the rooftop is strong enough to bear the weight of the equipment. You may block the window if the light in the room is sufficient..

sufficient space is provided for installing the rack. Fire-fighting equipment are provided in the equipment room. The fire fighting pool.5 m.4 m. If there are alarm devices such as a smoke sensor or temperature sensor. There is no flammable. Sufficient space is provided for the RRU installation and future maintenance. The emergency exit is free from obstruction. If the cable rack is not installed.4 Requirements for the Tower Where the RRU is Installed This describes the requirements for the tower where the RRU is installed. Sockets of different voltages in the equipment room are clearly labeled. they function normally. The grounding system meets the grounding requirements of the site.5 m and the height is greater than 2. The requirements for the tower where the RRU is installed are as follows: l Engineering specifications of the tower comply with the requirements for communication equipment installation. The emergency exit sign is clearly visible in the equipment room. explosive substance in the equipment room. sufficient space is provided for installing the grounding bar. In addition to the alarm devices such as the fire-alarm and smoke detector. There is a maintenance channel on the tower with safety design. preferably 20℃ to 25℃ Fire Protection Requirements of the Equipment Room l Telecommunication buildings are major fire protection units. The holes left in the floor are capped with safe cover plates. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l l l l l l Requirements for the Corridor of the Equipment Room l The width of the transporting corridor is greater than 1.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 l l DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Humidity: 30% to 75%.. A cable rack is installed for the routing of the RRU cables such as the power cables and optical cables. The height of the elevator is greater than 2. preferably 50% to 60% Temperature: 18℃ to 28℃. the equipment room can also be installed with the automatic fire extinguisher. A certain number of portable fire extinguishers are provided in the corridor outside the equipment room so that they can be used in the initial stage of the fire. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) l l l l l 2-12 . The fire hydrant is placed in the corridors or stair wells for easy accessibility. To ensure the safety of installers and equipment. the towers must meet the related construction requirements. assuming the fire lasts for two hours. the NodeB equipment room must be designed in compliance with the local fire protection regulations. If the grounding bar is not installed. A grounding bar for connecting the PGND cable of the RRU is installed. The channel is spacious enough to hold at least one person. can meet the water demand for both inside and outside of the equipment room during the fire. if equipped in compliance with the fire fighting specifications. This can extinguish or control the fire in the initial stage of fire. l l 2. Therefore.

Climatic Requirements Table 2-1 lists the climatic requirements for the working environment of the DBS3900..DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 2. Table 2-1 Climatic requirements Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature Specification ≤ 4. magneto-conductive or corrosive dust in the air.5 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3900 This describes the working environment requirements of the DBS3900. Ltd 2-13 . The density of the physically active materials meets the requirements listed in Table 2-2. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Air Cleanliness Requirements The working environment of the DBS3900 should meet the following air cleanliness requirements: l l There is no explosive.000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa BBU3900: -20℃ to +55℃ RRU: l l -40℃ to +50℃ (with solar radiation) -40℃ to +55℃ (without solar radiation) Relative humidity BBU3900: 5% to 85% RRU: 5% to 100% Absolute humidity BBU3900: 1 g/m3 to 25 g/m3 RRU: 1 g/m3 to 30 g/m3 Wind speed Protection degree ≤ 67 m/s BBU3900: IP20 RRU: IP65 Biological Requirements The working environment of the DBS3900 should not conducive for the growth of fungus or mildew. conductive.

.2 Site Requirements of the DBS3900 DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Table 2-2 Requirements for the density of physically active materials Physically Active Material Suspended dust Falling dust Sand Note: l l l Unit mg/m3 mg/(m2h) mg/m3 Density ≤ 0. scanning frequency: 0.0 x g.0 m/s2 9 Hz to 200 Hz Frequency range: 5-100-5 Hz.5 mm 2 Hz to 9 Hz ≤ 10. Table 2-4 Mechanical stress requirements Item Sinusoidal vibration (ETSI requirements) Sinusoidal vibration (GR63 requirements) Subitem Offset Acceleration Frequency range Specification ≤ 3. triaxial test 2-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.30 Mechanical Stress Requirements Table 2-4 lists the mechanical stress requirements for the working environment of the DBS3900.01 ≤ 10 There is no visible sand. acceleration: 1. Suspended dust: diameter ≤ 75 μm Falling dust: 75 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 150 μm Sand: 150 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 1.15 ≤ 0. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .000 μm l The density of the chemically active materials meets the requirements listed in Table 2-3.50 ≤ 0.25 oct/min. Table 2-3 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 NH3 Cl2 Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 Density ≤ 1.

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add a surge protection box for the BBU3900 that is installed in an outdoor cabinet. The grounding resistance of the BBU3900 is less than 10 ohms.. do not use fibers that has have strengthening ribs. NOTE l Refer to Antenna System User Guide for the grounding requirements of the RRU.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 4 Grounding Requirements of the DBS3900 4 Grounding Requirements of the DBS3900 Grounding requirements of the BBU3900 and RRU in the DBS3900 system must be satisfied. l l l l l l Grounding Requirements of the RRU l The green and yellow PGND cable of the RRU must be copper-based and plastic-insulated with a cross-sectional area not less than 25 mm2. When the E1/T1 cable of the BBU3900 is routed outdoors. Connect the PGND cable of the BBU3900 to the grounding bar on the surge protection box. When the BBU3900 is installed in the equipment room. antennas. add a surge protection box for the BBU3900 that is installed in the equipment room. When the E1/T1 cable of the BBU3900 is routed out of the equipment room overhead. Ltd 4-1 . When the BBU3900 is installed in outdoor cabinets such as the APM30 or the APM100. Connect the PGND cable of the BBU3900 to the grounding bar on the surge protection box. When the BBU3900 is connected to the RRU. The grounding resistance of the RRU is less than 10 ohms. and then route the PGND cable from the surge protection box to the grounding bar in the cabinet. the PGND cable of the BBU3900 is connected to the protection grounding bar of the equipment room. the PGND cable of the BBU3900 is connected to the grounding bar in the cabinet. and then route the PGND cable from the surge protection box to the grounding bar of the equipment room. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Grounding Requirements of the BBU3900 l The green and yellow PGND cable of the BBU3900 must be copper-based and plasticinsulated with the cross-sectional area no less than 6 mm2. and feeders in different scenarios.

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If the NodeB is at the far end of the RNC and the MAN/backbone network. There are restrictions on the maximum transmission distance for the trunk cables. Additional transmission devices are required if the trunk cables are longer than the corresponding maximum transmission distance. and is not within the LOS of microwave transmission. When RNCs and NodeBs are close to coverage of the Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) or backbone network. Ltd 5-1 . The transmission devices and auxiliary devices must be prepared before the site construction. Requirements for the DDF/ODF The trunk cables and optical cables on the NodeB side are connected to the transmission device through the DDF or ODF.. they are directly connected to the networks through E1s or SDH interfaces in ATM or IP transport mode. It is recommended that the devices for xDSL transmission be installed in the reserved space. and is within the Line of Sight (LOS) of microwave transmission. l l l Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the DDF/ODF is installed and external trunk cables or optical cables are connected to the DDF/ODF. It is recommended that the copper wires be used to connect the DDF/ODF and the grounding bar of the equipment room. l l Requirements for the Transmission Mode l Transmission resources must meet the upcoming requirements of the NodeB site and extra resources must be reserved for capacity expansion. The indoor units of the microwave transmission devices are installed in the reserved space. the microwave transmission is used. Transmission requirements of the NodeB site consist of the requirements for the DDF/ODF and transmission mode. Before you install the NodeB.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 5 Transmission Requirements of the NodeB Site 5 Transmission Requirements of the NodeB Site This describes the transmission requirements of the NodeB. the xDSL transmission is used. If the NodeB is at the far end of the RNC and the MAN/backbone network. The requirements for the DDF/ODF are listed as follows: l The delivered transmission cables and connectors match the connectors on the DDF/ODF on the transmission device side.

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1 Installing the Cable Rack This describes how to install the cable rack to facilitate the cable routing. 6. The cable rack consists of the cable ladders and cable troughs.3 Preparing the Metal Pole This describes how to prepare the metal pole on which you can secure the RRU and APM30 when launching a site on the rooftop. 6.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site About This Chapter This describes how to prepare the auxiliary facilities such as the cable rack. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..2 Installing the Grounding Bar of the NodeB This describes how to install the grounding bar that is used to connect the PGND cables of the NodeB cabinet. Before you install the DBS3900. the auxiliary facilities must be prepared. 6. and metal pole for the DBS3900 site. Ltd 6-1 . The cable trough is optional and installed on the cable ladder. grounding bar.

A cable rack consists of a cable ladder and a cable trough(s).6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6. bushing. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .1.1 Introduction to Cable Racks For overhead cabling. A cable rack consists of a cable ladder and a cable trough(s). use a 400-mm wide cable trough and a 200-mm wide cable trough. or to lay the cable ladder upwards or downwards. The cable rack consists of the cable ladders and cable troughs. and baffle ring.2 Procedure for Installing the Cable Rack This describes the procedure for installing the cable rack. For details on how to connect the cable ladders. The procedure for installing the cable rack consists of installing the outdoor cable rack.4 Connecting Cable Ladders In actual installations.5 Installing the Cable Trough This topic describes how to connect and install the cable troughs. The cable trough is optional and installed on the cable ladder. a cable rack is required for cable installation in the equipment room. For a 600-mm wide cable ladder. use a 400-mm wide cabling trough. Cable troughs. to connect the cable ladder to the wall. are optional. 6-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 6. 6. however. use a 200-mm wide cabling trough. you may need to dock two cable ladders. and installing the accessories.000 mm long. however. to connect the cable ladders or cable troughs in a T shape.3 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack An outdoor cable rack can be installed on the floor or on the wall. 6. Items Table 6-1 shows the items required for mounting a cable rack. 6. 6.. the required accessories are the cable manager. refer to the corresponding topic.1. end cover.1. Cable troughs.1.1. For a 400-mm wide cabling ladder. 6.1 Introduction to Cable Racks For overhead cabling. The cable ladder is 2. connecting the cable ladders. a cable rack is required for cable installation in the equipment room.500 mm long and the cable trough is 2. Specifications Select the cabling troughs by observing the following rules: l l l For a 200-mm wide cabling ladder.1. 6. are optional.1.1 Installing the Cable Rack This describes how to install the cable rack to facilitate the cable routing. installing the cable troughs.6 Installing Accessories During the installation of the cable rack.

Ltd 6-3 .DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Table 6-1 Items required for mounting a cable rack Figure 6-1 Cable ladder Figure 6-2 U-shape connecting piece Figure 6-3 Bracket angle Figure 6-4 Cable manager Figure 6-5 Triangular support Figure 6-6 Connecting clip Figure 6-7 Fixing clip Figure 6-8 Cable trough Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

6 Installing Accessories ----End 6. 6-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .3 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack Step 2 6.1.1.1. connecting the cable ladders.1. The procedure for installing the cable rack consists of installing the outdoor cable rack..5 Installing the Cable Trough Step 4 6.3 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack An outdoor cable rack can be installed on the floor or on the wall. and installing the accessories. installing the cable troughs.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-9 Bushing Figure 6-10 End cover Figure 6-11 Rectangular frame Figure 6-12 U-steel Figure 6-13 Over-cabinet support 6.2 Procedure for Installing the Cable Rack This describes the procedure for installing the cable rack.4 Connecting Cable Ladders Step 3 6. Procedure Step 1 6.1.1.

2 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack on the Wall This topic describes how to install an outdoor cable rack on the wall. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3. Hammer the expansion bolts until the tubes are completely buried in the wall.250 mm. Figure 6-14 Rectangular frame 6. determine the location of the cable rack.1 Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack on the Floor An outdoor cable rack can be installed on the floor if the cable rack cannot be mounted on the wall.1. Ensure that each segment of the cable ladder is supported by two rectangular frames and that the spacing between two adjacent rectangular frames is 1. place the rectangular frame correctly. Ltd 6-5 . and lead the expansion bolts through the insulating pads. Step 3 Use a Ф10 bit to drill holes at the marked positions. Step 5 Remove the flat washers. and feed the bolts vertically into the holes.. Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack on the Floor An outdoor cable rack can be installed on the floor if the cable rack cannot be mounted on the wall. and nuts from the expansion bolts. Step 2 Determine the location of the rectangular frame and accordingly mark the positions of the drilling holes.3. as shown in Figure 6-14. Ensure that the depth of the holes is between 60 mm and 65 mm.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Context CAUTION When you determine the location of the cable rack. Step 4 Use a screwdriver to fasten the nuts in the counterclockwise direction to the top of the M8 x 80 expansion bolts. Procedure Step 1 Based on the engineering design.1. 6. spring washers.

Step 3 Use a Ф10 bit to drill holes at the marked positions. Step 7 Place the cable ladder on the horizontal beam of the rectangular frame.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Step 6 Lead the expansion bolts through the holes in the rectangular frame. align the holes on the lower side of the U-steel with the holes in the horizontal beam of the triangular support. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . and then fasten the M8 nuts to fix the rectangular frame to the floor. large flat washers 8.. Step 4 Use a screwdriver to fasten the nuts in the counterclockwise direction to the top of the M8 x 80 expansion bolts. Procedure Step 1 Based on the engineering design. Hammer the expansion bolts until the tubes are completely buried in the wall.250 mm. as shown in Figure 6-15. Figure 6-15 Installing the outdoor cable rack on the floor ----End Installing the Outdoor Cable Rack on the Wall This topic describes how to install an outdoor cable rack on the wall. Add in sequence the insulating washers. Ensure that the depth of the holes is between 60 mm and 65 mm. Step 2 Determine the location of the rectangular frame and accordingly mark the positions of the drilling holes. determine the location of the cable rack. and nuts M8 to the expansion bolts. as shown in Figure 6-15. 6-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ensure that each segment of the cable ladder is supported by two rectangular frames and that the spacing between two adjacent rectangular frames is 1. spring washers 8. and fix the cable ladder to the rectangular frame by using bolts M6 x 20 and nuts M6. and feed the bolts vertically into the holes.

align the holes on the lower side of the U-steel with the holes in the horizontal beam of the triangular support.1 Docking Cable Ladders If a long cable ladder is required.4 Connecting Cable Ladders In actual installations. This topic illustrates how to connect two cable ladders in a T shape.. Add in sequence the insulating washers.3 Connecting the Cabling Ladder to the Cabling Trough in T Shape Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and nuts M8 to the expansion bolts.4. The method for connecting two cable ladders in a T shape is the same as that for connecting cable troughs in a T shape. Step 6 Lead the expansion bolts through the holes in the vertical beam of the rectangular frame. and lead the expansion bolts through the insulating pads. 6. 6. You then need to use three grounding cables to connect every two adjacent cable ladders to ensure reliable grounding.1. For details on how to connect the cable ladders. and then fasten the nuts to fix the rectangular frame to the wall. to connect the cable ladders or cable troughs in a T shape. you may need to dock two cable ladders. you can use U-shape connecting pieces to connect several cable ladders together. Figure 6-16 Installing the outdoor cable rack on the wall ----End 6. or neither of them is installed with a cable trough. or to lay the cable ladder upwards or downwards. as shown in as shown in Figure 6-16. Ltd 6-7 .1. spring washers 8. Step 7 Place the cable ladder on the horizontal beam of the rectangular frame. and nuts from the expansion bolts.2 Connecting Cabling Ladders or Cabling Troughs in T Shape If both cable ladders that are connected in a T shape are installed with cable troughs. to connect the cable ladder to the wall. and fix the cable ladder to the rectangular frame by using bolts M6 x 20 and nuts M6.1. spring washers. the two cable ladders or cable troughs should be connected in a T shape.4. as shown in Figure 6-16. refer to the corresponding topic.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Step 5 Remove the flat washers.4. large flat washers 8.1. 6.

6.5 m. You then need to apply paint to the sections for rust prevention and for visual appeal. 6. flat washers.4. you can use U-shape connecting pieces to connect several cable ladders together.4 Connecting the Cabling Ladder to the Wall This topic describes how to use bracket angles. insulating pads. as shown in Figure 6-17. or oblique connection. Procedure Step 1 Connect two cable ladders by using U-shape connecting pieces.5 Connecting Cable Ladders on Different Planes The cable ladders on different planes can be connected by a front connection. and expansion bolts to connect a cable ladder to the wall. spring washers.. as shown in Docking Cable Ladders If a long cable ladder is required.4. insulating washers. You then need to use three grounding cables to connect every two adjacent cable ladders to ensure reliable grounding. Use a grounding cable to connect the first and the fourth bolts that connect the cable ladder and the U-shape connecting piece.1. Context NOTE If the length of the cable ladder is not an integer multiple of 2.1. cut off the surplus part. a cable ladder and the cable trough of the other ladder should be connected in a T shape. Figure 6-17 Docking cable ladders 6-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines If one of the two cable ladders that are connected in a T shape is installed with a cable trough but the other one is not. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . side connection.

as shown in Figure 6-18. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 6-18 Ladders turned on the same level (no cable trough) ----End Connecting the Cabling Ladder to the Cabling Trough in T Shape If one of the two cable ladders that are connected in a T shape is installed with a cable trough but the other one is not.. ----End Connecting Cabling Ladders or Cabling Troughs in T Shape If both cable ladders that are connected in a T shape are installed with cable troughs. The method for connecting two cable ladders in a T shape is the same as that for connecting cable troughs in a T shape. Ltd 6-9 . This topic illustrates how to connect two cable ladders in a T shape. and nuts to connect the two cable ladders. the two cable ladders or cable troughs should be connected in a T shape. and ensure the two ladders are on the same level.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Step 2 Use a grounding cable to connect the second or the third bolt to the corresponding bolt. Procedure Use bracket angles. a cable ladder and the cable trough of the other ladder should be connected in a T shape. as shown in Figure 6-17. bolts. or neither of them is installed with a cable trough.

6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Context CAUTION Ensure that the cable ladder and the cable trough are connected at the same level. Figure 6-19 shows how to turn two cabling ladders at different levels. and nuts to connect the two cable ladders. flat washers. 6-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. use bracket angles. Procedure Step 1 Use expansion bolts M6 x 20 to connect the bracket angles to the cable ladder. insulating pads. and expansion bolts to connect a cable ladder to the wall. bolts. Procedure If one of the two cable ladders has a cable trough segment. Figure 6-19 Turning the cable ladder at different levels ----End Connecting the Cabling Ladder to the Wall This topic describes how to use bracket angles. insulating washers. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . as shown in ① in Figure 6-20.. spring washers.

Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. or oblique connection.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Figure 6-20 Connecting the cable ladder to the wall Step 2 Use expansion bolts M8 x 80 to connect the bracket angles to the wall. Ltd 6-11 . as shown in Figure 6-21. or oblique connection. Step 2 Use bracket angles. and Figure 6-23. and nuts to connect the climbing ladder and the cable ladder. as shown in ② in Figure 6-20.. The cable ladders on different planes can be connected by a front connection. as shown in Procedure Step 1 Choose a cable ladder of corresponding length and use it as a climbing ladder. bolts. side connection. side connection. ----End Connecting Cable Ladders on Different Planes The cable ladders on different planes can be connected by a front connection. Figure 6-22.

Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-21 Front connection of cable ladders Figure 6-22 Side connection of cable ladders 6-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

you should connect cable troughs first and then install them. 6.. 400-mm.5. 6. Ltd 6-13 . you can connect two cable troughs by feeding the thinner end of a cable trough into the thicker end of the other one. The length of the inserted part must not exceed 250 mm.5.1 Connecting the Cable Troughs If a long cable trough is required.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Figure 6-23 Oblique connection of cable ladders ----End 6. or 600-mm wide.1.1. Connecting the Cable Troughs If a long cable trough is required. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1. Context Troughs can be 200-mm or 400-mm wide. the cable troughs can be installed on the following: l l 200-mm or 400-mm wide cable ladders 600-mm wide cable ladders 6.1.5 Installing the Cable Trough This topic describes how to connect and install the cable troughs.5.3 Installing the Sloping Cable Trough This topic describes how to install a sloping cable trough. Thus. as shown in Figure 6-24. you should connect cable troughs first and then install them. The cable ladder can be 200-mm.2 Installing the Cable Trough on the Cable Ladder This topic describes how to install a cable trough onto the cable ladder. Procedure As the cable troughs taper.

two on each side. 400-mm.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-24 Connecting cable troughs ----End Installing the Cable Trough on the Cable Ladder This topic describes how to install a cable trough onto the cable ladder. choose a cable trough of the same width. A combined cable trough requires four clips. The clips on both sides are laid symmetrically. Place the cable trough on the cable ladder. 2. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . as shown in Figure 6-25. 1. The cable ladder can be 200-mm. Figure 6-25 Installing a cable trough on the 200-mm or 400-mm wide cable ladder l 6-14 Install the cable troughs on the 600-mm wide cable ladder. Fix the cable trough to the cable ladder by using fixing clips. Based on the width of the cable ladder. 3. Prerequisite The cable ladder should be installed.. or 600-mm wide. Procedure l Install a cable trough onto the 200-mm or 400-mm wide cable ladder.

Ltd 6-15 . Be sure to apply paint to the surface of the cut sections. as shown in Figure 6-27. as shown in Figure 6-26. Combine a 200-mm wide cable trough with a 400-mm wide cable trough to build a 600-mm wide cable trough by using connecting clips. A combined cable trough requires four clips. two on each side. Prerequisite The cable ladder should be installed. Three connecting clips are required for combining two cable troughs.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site 1. Procedure Step 1 Cut off the upper side of the triangle aperture in the cable trough. Figure 6-26 Installing cable troughs onto the 600-mm wide cable ladder 2.. Fix the cable trough to the cable ladder by using fixing clips. ----End Installing the Sloping Cable Trough This topic describes how to install a sloping cable trough. Context NOTE The actual slope of the cable trough can be smaller than the required one. The clips on both sides are laid symmetrically. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

6-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. bend one part of the cable trough to the corresponding slope. Figure 6-29 shows an installed sloping cable trough.. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Figure 6-28 Installing a sloping cable trough Step 3 Fix the cable trough to the cable ladder by using fixing clips. as shown in Figure 6-28.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-27 Cutting off the upper side of the triangle aperture Step 2 At the marked line.

1..6.1. and Baffle Ring The bushing protects a cable from being damaged. Bushing.2 Installing the End Cover.6. bushing. Installing the Cable Manager Cable managers are often installed on the cable ladder that lies on the top of the cabinet. The quantity and locations of the cable managers are site-specific. 6.1. 6.6 Installing Accessories During the installation of the cable rack. end cover. Ltd 6-17 . the end cover enhances the appearance of the cable. The installation method depends on whether a cable trough is installed. and the baffle ring prevents the cable from protruding. The quantity and locations of the cable managers are site-specific.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Figure 6-29 Installed sloping cable trough ----End 6. The installation method depends on whether a cable trough is installed. the required accessories are the cable manager.1 Installing the Cable Manager Cable managers are often installed on the cable ladder that lies on the top of the cabinet. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and baffle ring.

Figure 6-30 shows the cable manager on the cable rack that is not installed with a cable trough.. Procedure l Install the cable manager on the cable rack that is not installed with a cable trough. If the cable rack is not installed with a cable trough.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Context CAUTION To align the cable manager with the cable rack. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Figure 6-31 Cable manager on the cable rack that is installed with a cable trough ----End 6-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. fix the cable manager to the cable rack through the upper row of holes in the cable manager. Figure 6-30 Cable manager on the cable rack that is not installed with a cable trough l Install the cable manager on the cable rack that is installed with a cable trough. Figure 6-31 shows the cable manager on the cable rack that is installed with a cable trough. fix the cable manager to the cable rack through the lower row of holes in the cable manager. abide by the following principles: l l If the cable rack is installed with a cable trough.

cover all the ends of the cable ladders. as shown in ② in Figure 6-32. All the exposed bottom edges of the cable troughs must be covered by bushings. Figure 6-32 Installing the end cover. as shown in ③ in Figure 6-32. The baffle rings must be evenly mounted on both sides. Bushing. Context Figure 6-33 shows the grounding bar of the NodeB. Mount the baffle rings onto both sides of the cable trough. and the baffle ring prevents the cable from protruding. the end cover enhances the appearance of the cable. bushing. If allowed. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. as shown in ① in Figure 6-32.2 Installing the Grounding Bar of the NodeB This describes how to install the grounding bar that is used to connect the PGND cables of the NodeB cabinet. A cable trough requires four baffle rings. Ltd 6-19 . and Baffle Ring The bushing protects a cable from being damaged. Procedure l Install the bushing at the bottom edge of the cable trough.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Installing the End Cover. ----End 6.. and baffle ring l l Cover all the exposed ends.

Mount the indoor grounding bar horizontally on the wall. Step 2 Mount the indoor grounding bar horizontally on the wall by using expansion bolts. Procedure Step 1 Determine the installation position according to the engineering design. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . as shown in Figure 6-34 and Figure 6-35. Figure 6-34 Installing the grounding bar (1) Bolt M12 (4) Insulating pad a (2) Spring washer 12 (5) Grounding bar (3) Flat washer 12 (6) Expansion tube and nut 6-20 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-33 Grounding bar of the NodeB (1) Bolt M8 NOTE l l l Install the indoor grounding bar on the wall close to the cabinet and at the same height as that of the cable rack.. Apply insulating pads to the expansion bolts to insulate the grounding bar from the wall.

DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Figure 6-35 Profile chart for installing the grounding bar (1) Bolt M12 (5) Grounding bar (2) Spring washer 12 (6) Insulating pad b (3) Flat washer 12 (7) Expansion tube and nut (4) Insulating pad a Step 3 Use PGND cables to connect the grounding bars of each equipment to the grounding busbar of the equipment room. The metal pole must be connected properly with the grounding grid. depending on the actual requirements. Install the metal pole on the concrete floor of the rooftop.. The dimensions of the base are 630 mm x 430 mm x 120 mm. The base is made of steel frame and concrete block. Context The requirements for the metal pole at the DBS3900 site are as follows: l The metal pole is at least 1800 mm and the diameter of the metal pole ranges from 60 mm to 114 mm.3 Preparing the Metal Pole This describes how to prepare the metal pole on which you can secure the RRU and APM30 when launching a site on the rooftop. If the metal pole for the RRU is within the surge protection coverage of the antenna and connected properly with the grounding grid. If the metal pole for the RRU is not within the surge protection coverage of the antenna. no lightning rod is required on the top of the metal pole. Procedure l Preparing a metal pole. NOTE l l l l l When the basic design requirements are met. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. ----End 6. The jointing is firm and there is no dry or open weld. The jointing surface is coated with antirust paint. Ltd 6-21 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . a lightning rod is required on the top of the metal pole. the length of the metal pole and stay pole can be flexible. as shown in Figure 6-36.

. Figure 6-37 Two stay poles with a metal pole The base is made of steel frame and concrete block. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 6-36 Installing the metal pole on the concrete floor l Prepare a metal pole and two stay poles. 6-22 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 6-37 shows two stay poles with a metal pole. as shown in Figure 6-38.

Figure 6-39 Two metal poles with a stay pole The two metal poles are I-shaped with a one-meter-long beam in between and the stay pole helps to form a triangle support. Ltd 6-23 .DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Figure 6-38 Base l Prepare a stay pole and two metal poles. ----End Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 6-39 shows two metal poles with a stay pole..

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3 Installing the Antenna Support on the Rooftop This describes how to install the antenna support on the rooftop. The antenna support can be categorized into multiple types. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. For details about the types of antenna supports used in specific scenarios and the installation methods. 7.1 Requirements for the Tower This describes the requirements for the tower that must be prepared for telecommunication purpose when the NodeB in a network covers a wide area and the antenna is installed high. This shows the structures of some typical antenna supports and describes the procedure for installing the support on the rooftop. You need to select a suitable type according to the antenna type and installation scenario. The antenna support is of many types.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System About This Chapter This describes how to prepare the auxiliary facilities such as the tower and antenna support for the DBS3900 antenna system in different installation scenarios.. The following description is based only on one type of antenna support. For details about types of antenna supports used in specified scenarios and installation methods. you may refer to the engineering design and instructions of the supports. 7.2 Installing the Antenna Support on the Tower This describes how to install the antenna support on the tower. 7. you may refer to the engineering designs and instructions of the supports. You need to select a suitable support according to the antenna type and installation scenario. Ltd 7-1 .

Typically.1 Requirements for the Tower This describes the requirements for the tower that must be prepared for telecommunication purpose when the NodeB in a network covers a wide area and the antenna is installed high. The minimum bearing capacity of the platforms is 150 kg/m2. The guard rails on the platforms are 1 m high. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The reinforcing angle steel is installed every 1 m on both sides of the ladder and the angle steel extends 0. Figure 7-1 shows the tower for telecommunication purpose. Figure 7-1 Tower for telecommunication purpose The requirements for the tower are as follows: l l The height of the tower depends on the field requirements of the NodeB. A ladder is installed on the tower for maintenance. The minimum diameter of the circle is 4 m and the space between two platforms is 6 m..5 m out of the ladder on either side. the tower has one to three platforms with round or hexagon structure.7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 7. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) l 7-2 .

– 7. Surge protection and lightning induction devices are installed on the tower. you may refer to the engineering designs and instructions of the supports. the maximum axial wobble and torsion of the tower body is within ±1°. the tower can withstand the earthquake and devoid of any distortion that affects the quality of communication. The lightning rod is located 8 m above the upper platform to ensure that all the antennas are under the coverage of the lightning rod. When earthquake occurs..DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines l 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System A lightning rod is installed on the tower. The neutral lines are directly grounded. Ensure that the metal jackets are grounded at the top of the tower and at positions where the cables are led into the equipment room. – l l l l l Power cables with metal jackets are used for the aeronautical lights that use AC power. In the strongest wind that occurs once every 30 years. Ltd 7-3 . Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Installing the Antenna Support on the Tower This describes how to install the antenna support on the tower. The antenna support can be categorized into multiple types. The tower is designed to resist one degree of seismic intensity over the limit stipulated in local regulations. A cable rack that can bear the weight of a person is installed on the tower. Surge protection devices are installed on the control cables of the tower lamps and on the phase lines of the power cables at the positions where the cables are led into the equipment room. Context Figure 7-2 shows the structure of the antenna support. Solar energy lamps are used for the tower. For details about types of antenna supports used in specified scenarios and installation methods. You need to select a suitable support according to the antenna type and installation scenario. The following description is based only on one type of antenna support.

The galvanized steel is preferred for making the support and the support must be coated with antirust paint. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) l l l 7-4 . The antenna support must be installed correctly to ensure the receiving and transmitting performance and direction adjustment of the directional antenna.. The pole for the lightning rod must be installed separately on the tower. Ensure that each part is securely soldered and there is no dry or open weld. stick to the following principles: l l The installation plane of the antenna support must be perpendicular to the horizontal plane. The rotating lever must be reinforced by using a stiffener. Ensure that the lightning rod is placed high enough so that all the antennas are within the protection area of 45 degree below the lightning rod.7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 7-2 Structure of the antenna support (unit: mm) (1) Bolt M12x220 (5) Rotating lever (2) Connecting plate (6) Stiffener (3) Bolt M12x45 (7) Expansion lever (4) Dead lever When installing the antenna support on the tower. Ensure that the cut on each lever is soldered with a cover plate for waterproofing. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Length of the expansion lever and the rotating lever depends on the field situation.

Step 3 Hang the support out of the tower platform. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and use another rope to maintain the rising direction of the support. and then secure the support on the tower by using a U-shaped fixing clip (including the connecting piece and the U bolt). as shown in Figure 7-3. Step 2 Determine the installation position of the antenna support on the tower according to the engineering design. solder the two parts securely. you may refer to the engineering design and instructions of the supports. The antenna support is of many types. Then use one or two ropes to hoist the support to the tower platform by using the pulley. ----End 7.. Ltd 7-5 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . This shows the structures of some typical antenna supports and describes the procedure for installing the support on the rooftop.3 Installing the Antenna Support on the Rooftop This describes how to install the antenna support on the rooftop. You need to select a suitable type according to the antenna type and installation scenario.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System Procedure Step 1 Mount a fixed pulley at the top of the tower. If it is difficult to connect them. Figure 7-3 Installing the antenna support on the tower (1) Tower body (2) Connecting piece (3) U bolt Step 4 Connect the guard rail on the tower platform with the connecting plate by using M12x45 bolts. For details about the types of antenna supports used in specific scenarios and the installation methods. Context Typical Structure of the Antenna Support Installed on the Rooftop l Figure 7-4 shows the structure of the antenna support directly installed on the rooftop.

Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 7-4 Structure of the antenna support directly installed on the rooftop (1) Lightning rod for the antenna (5) Stiffener (2) Soldered point (3) Support lever 1 (4) Expansion bolt M10x80 (6) Support lever 2 (7) Base of the supporting (8) Stiffener anchor lever l If the antenna support cannot be directly installed on the rooftop that has parapet higher than 1.200 mm. Figure 7-5 shows an antenna support that is installed on the parapet. Figure 7-6 shows the methods for installing the fixing clip for the antenna support.. 7-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you may use expansion bolt assemblies and fixing clips to secure the antenna support.

Figure 7-7 shows the antenna support installed on the parapet. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System Figure 7-5 Installing the antenna support on the parapet (height of the parapet > 1. Ltd 7-7 . you may secure one fixing point on the support lever to the parapet using an expansion bolt assembly and a fixing clip and secure the other fixing point on the rooftop.200 mm.200 mm) Figure 7-6 Installing the fixing clip for the antenna support on the parapet (1) Expansion bolt M12x120 (4) Expansion bolt M12x140 l (2) V-shaped connecting piece (5) Nut M12 (3) 180° connecting piece When the antenna support cannot be directly installed on the rooftop and the parapet is lower than 1.

200 mm) When installing the antenna support on the rooftop. If the lightning rod is installed on the support of the omnidirectional antenna. l l l l l Procedure Step 1 Determine the installation position of the antenna support on the rooftop according to the engineering design. Step 3 Use eight expansion bolts M10x45 to secure the base of the antenna support vertically on the rooftop. the lightning rod is not installed on the same support as the omnidirectional antenna.7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 7-7 Installing the antenna support on the parapet (height of the parapet < 1. When the omnidirectional antenna is installed on the rooftop.. When the directional antenna is installed on the rooftop. 7-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. stick to the following principles: l The connecting pieces for the stiffeners are fixed in proper positions that do not affect adjustment of the antenna direction or downtilt. a lightning rod must be installed on the antenna support. as shown in Figure 7-8. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . The installation plane of the antenna support must be vertical to the horizontal plane.5 m. and the support must be connected with the surge protection grid of the building. All the soldered points on the antenna support are coated with antirust paint. note that the antenna must stretch out of the support for 1 m to 1. Another support is required to install the lightning rod. Ensure that each part is securely soldered and there is no dry or open weld. Step 2 Solder the lightning rod to the support lever with their centerlines aligned.

. Step 6 If the antenna support on the rooftop is not soldered with the outdoor cable rack or if the antenna support is soldered with the cable rack that is not connected to the surge protection grid of the building. Ltd 7-9 . and the expansion bolts that connect the stiffener anchors and the rooftop. Step 7 Use antirust paint to coat all the soldered points and surface of the antenna support base. as shown in Figure 7-4. and then install the stiffener anchors on the stiffeners. NOTE The length of the stiffener depends on that of the support lever. Note that the connecting plate for surge protection is delivered with the outdoor cable rack.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 7 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Antenna System Figure 7-8 Structure and installation of the antenna support base (1) Hexagon bolt M10x50 (4) Base of the antenna support (2) Connecting piece for the stiffener (5) Expansion bolt M10x45 (3) Support lever Step 4 Use the connecting piece to link the stiffener and the support lever. Step 8 Use concrete to reinforce the base of the antenna support on the rooftop. Ensure that each stiffener anchor is secured through two expansion bolts M10x45. use a connecting plate to connect the base of the antenna support with the surge protection grid. stiffener anchors. Step 5 Use six expansion bolts M10x80 to connect the support lever 1 and the support lever 2. ----End Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. as shown in Figure 7-4.

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. PGND cables.2 Cabling Specifications for the NodeB This describes the cabling specifications for the power cables and PGND cables. If you prepare these cables yourself. Generally. and PGND cables. The power cables and signal cables must be routed in compliance with the cabling specifications to avoid electromagnetic interference to the signals. signal cables. 8. the cables must comply with related requirements.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables About This Chapter This describes the requirements for materials and routing of the NodeB cables such as the power cables. the power cables. 8. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd 8-1 . and transmission cables are delivered with the NodeB.1 Requirements for the Materials of the Outdoor NodeB Cables This describes the requirements for materials of the outdoor NodeB cables.

The power cables with PVC jackets are generally insulated through PVC or XLPE materials. l l 8. The coaxial cables are generally insulated through PE. The PGND cables are copper-based and insulated with yellow and green plastic jackets. PE. If the power cables are required to be weatherproof or high/ low-temperature resistant. materials such as silicone rubber. PTFE.1 Requirements for the Materials of the Outdoor NodeB Cables This describes the requirements for materials of the outdoor NodeB cables. or PVC materials and coated with PE or outdoor PVC jackets. PGND cables. check weatherproof performances of the cables in terms of low temperature bending. The high/low-temperature resistant power cables are generally coated with FEP jackets. If you prepare these cables yourself. and transmission cables are delivered with the NodeB. FEP. or PFA can be used for insulation.2 Cabling Specifications for the NodeB This describes the cabling specifications for the power cables and PGND cables. the power cables.. Generally. the cables must comply with related requirements. NOTE l When selecting the outdoor cables. or FEP materials and coated with PVC. PP. The outdoor cables are usually coated with PVC jackets. low temperature impact. Table 8-1 Requirements for the materials of the outdoor NodeB cables Cable Power cable Material Specifications The power cables without jackets are generally insulated through PVC materials. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .8 Requirements for NodeB Cables DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 8. stretching. 8-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The power cables and signal cables must be routed in compliance with the cabling specifications to avoid electromagnetic interference to the signals. The cable materials can either be customized or selected in compliance with local regulations. or FEP jackets. If there are fire resistant requirements such as halogen-free and low smoke. use cables coated with PE jackets. Insulating materials and protection jackets of the cables must comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS) requirements. If there are specific requirements for mechanical performances. thermal aging. Symmetric cable Coaxial cable PGND cable The symmetric cables are generally insulated through PE. use power cables with Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) jackets.

5 mm Requirements for the Bending Radius ≥ 127 mm ≥ 250 mm ≥ 380 mm ≥ 510 mm ≥ 35 mm ≥ 50 mm R ≥ 2D R ≥ 3D R ≥ 2D R ≥ 3D R ≥ 20D NOTE In the preceding table. Attach labels or nameplates to both ends of the cables after they are installed. Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the cables must be separated with specified objects. Ensure that the jackets of the cables are not damaged. The space between cables of different types are greater than 100 mm when the cables are routed parallel outside the cabinet. D refers to the diameter of the cable jacket and R refers to the bending radius of the cable..5 mm D ≥ 12. If such requirements cannot be met. The cables are tightly and neatly bundled. All cuts of the cable ties are smooth without sharp projections. If such requirements cannot be met. l l General Cabling Specifications l l l Cables of different types are routed separately.5 mm ≤ D ≤ 4. Two adjacent cable ties are spaced 200 mm and face the same direction.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables Requirements for Bending Radius of the Cables Cable Feeder 1/2" feeder 7/8" feeder 5/4" feeder 13/8" feeder Jumper 1/4" jumper 1/2" jumper Single-jacket cable 2. The cables cannot be coiled. Cables of different types are not crossed. The cable ties at the same position are placed at the same level. Ltd 8-3 .5 mm D ≥ 4. The space between cables of different types are greater than 30 mm when the cables are routed parallel inside the cabinet.5 mm ≤ D ≤ 12.5 mm Two-wire or multi-wire cables with/without shielding layers Optical cable 6. Requirements for Binding Cables l l Cables of different types are bound separately.

. If the cable is not long enough. If the E1/T1 cables are routed outdoors. Coil extra optical cables properly. you may damage your eyes. The optical cable that is curved or pressed or the optical connector which is damaged cannot be used. step. If such cables are routed overhead and led into the room. Reserve proper cable surpluses where the optical cables are curved. Fuses or switches are not allowed on the cables. The idle wires of the E1/T1 cables are grounded properly in the equipment room. If the E1/T1 cables routed outdoors are longer than 5 m. Otherwise. Extra optical cables are coiled on the specific device such as the fiber coiler. Do not stretch. Do not add connectors or solder joints to lengthen the cable. Both ends of the PGND cables are anti-corrosive and antirust. Use protection tubes to coat the bare fibers. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) l l l l l l l 8-4 . they must be completely buried in the ground. replace the cable. Do not bend the cables forcibly to avoid damaging the cables. l l l l l Cabling Specifications for Optical Cables l The optical cables are routed in compliance with the engineering design and general cabling specifications. The idle connectors of the optical cables are covered with dustproof caps. If one end of the optical cable is connected to an optical device. The proper cable surpluses are reserved when the E1/T1 cables are curved. do not look directly at the end face of the optical connector. Fill soft materials such as fireproof cottons in the optical cable inlets at the top of the cabinet to protect the optical cables. Keep the cables away from sharp objects to avoid damage.8 Requirements for NodeB Cables DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Cabling Specifications for Power Cables and PGND Cables l The optical cables are routed in compliance with the engineering design and general cabling specifications. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The cables are insulated if they are bound to and routed on the metal cable rack. The PGND cables cannot be routed overhead before they are led into the equipment room. l l l l l l l Cabling Specifications for E1/T1 Cables l The optical cables are routed in compliance with the engineering design and general cabling specifications. The PGND cables are buried in the ground or routed indoors. surge protection for the connectors of the AC power cables are affected. The low-voltage AC power cable for the NodeB is covered with a metallic conduit and buried in the ground for at least 50 m before they are led into the equipment room. The E1/T1 cables cannot be routed overhead outdoors. a surge protection box is required. Connections of the PGND cables are secure. Note that if such cables are shorter than 50 m. or place heavy objects on the optical cables. The -48 V power cable and the GND cable are bound together. coat the E1/T1 cables with PVC jackets and route them underground based on the site conditions.

Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. clean them by using the dustfree cloth or fiber cleaner. Ltd 8-5 ..DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines l 8 Requirements for NodeB Cables You need to check whether the optical connectors are clean before installation. If the optical connectors are dirty.

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1 Site Selection Requirements of the NodeB 2. Ltd 9-1 .2. In addition. power supply. It is recommended that the space of 70 mm be left in front of the BBU3900 panel for easy cabling. transmission system. Before installing the NodeB. auxiliary facilities. or strong electromagnetic interference.3 Construction Requirements of the BBU3900 Equipment Room Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. grounding system..2. you need to check the site. Check Item Site location Requirement The site is not located in an environment with high temperature.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation 9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation This describes how to check the NodeB site preparations. the place where the site is located is not prone to frequent earthquakes or waterlog and exposed to loud noise or pollution sources. The distance between the site and the seaside is greater than 500 m. The minimum space required around a single RRU3804 is as follows: l l Reference Information 2.2 Space Requirements of the RRU and SRXU 300 mm under the RRU3804 for cabling 600 mm in front of the RRU3804 for maintenance 200 mm above the RRU3804 for maintenance 400 mm on the left of the RRU3804 for maintenance 100 mm on the right of the RRU3804 for maintenance l l l The height of the equipment room generally ranges from 3 m to 3. and cables.5 m. 2. flammable or explosive air. antenna system.1 Space Requirements of the BBU3900 2. unstable power voltage. harmful gas.

The operating environment of the BBU3900 must meet the following requirements: l l l Reference Information Temperature: -20℃ to+55℃ Relative humidity: 5% to 85% Absolute humidity: 1 g/m3 to 25 g/m3 2. 5 Transmission Requirements of the NodeB Site Grounding system The grounding resistance is subject to the standard or regulation stipulated by the respective country or operator..5 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3900 The operating environment of the RRU must meet the following requirements: l Temperature: -40℃ to +50℃ (with 1120 W/ m3 solar radiation).4 DC V to -57 V DC. the movable ESD floorboards are used.9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Check Item Requirement The floor of the equipment room is semiconductive and free from dust with a bearing capacity greater than 450 kg/m2 is required. The DDF/ODF is installed and external transmission cables are connected to the DDF/ ODF. the operating voltage ranges from -38. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) . Transmissio n system The connectors of the delivered transmission cables match those on the DDF/ODF on the transmission device side. Lusterless paint or wallpaper can be used on the walls. The EMI in the equipment room does not exceed 300 mV/m. -40℃ to +55℃ (without solar radiation) Relative humidity: 5% to 100% Absolute humidity: 1 g/m3 to 30 g/m3 3 Power Supply Requirements of the DBS3900 l l Power supply system When -48 V DC is used for the BBU3900. When -48 V DC is used for the RRU. Generally. Huawei recommends that the grounding resistance of the cabinet be smaller than 10 ohms. 4 Grounding Requirements of the DBS3900 9-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the operating voltage ranges from -36 DC V to -57 V DC. The magnetic field intensity does not exceed 11 GS. Do not use the paint that chalks off easily.

The PGND cables of all devices are connected to the same grounding busbar. wind load. Ltd 9-3 .1 Requirements for the Tower 7.800 mm and the diameter of the metal pole ranges from 60 mm to 114 mm. A lightning rod is installed on the tower. The feeder is respectively grounded 0. bearing capacity. Reference Information Auxiliary facilities The cable rack and grounding bar are installed.3 Installing the Antenna Support on the Rooftop 8. The metal pole for installing the antenna system is at least 1.2 Installing the Antenna Support on the Tower 7. 6 Preparing Auxiliary Facilities for the DBS3900 Site Antenna system 7. The PGND cables are routed to the DC power distribution frame or the junction box.2 Cabling Specifications for the NodeB Cables The requirements for the bending radius of the feeders are as follows: l l l l 1/2" feeder: ≥ 127 mm 7/8" feeder: ≥ 250 mm 5/4" feeder: ≥ 380 mm 13/8" feeder: ≥ 510 mm The requirements for the bending radius of the jumpers are as follows: l l 1/4" jumper: ≥ 35 mm 1/2" jumper: ≥ 50 mm Bending radius of the power cables: ≥ three times the diameter of the power cable jacket Bending radius of the optical cables: ≥ 20 times the diameter of the optical cables Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5 m to 1 m away from the tower and the outdoor cable rack. The antenna support is securely installed and meets the requirements for the azimuth of the antenna and surge protection. and quake proofing. The cross-sectional area of the PGND cables between the BBU3900 and the grounding bar is at least 6 mm2.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines 9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation Check Item Requirement The distance between the grounding bar and the copper-based wires is less than 30 m. The tower is installed and meets the requirement for azimuth of the antenna. Grounding clips are installed at an interval of 20 m on the feeder..

Labels or nameplates are attached to the cables after they are installed.9 Checklist for the DBS3900 Site Preparation DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Check Item Requirement Cables of different types are not crossed. Ltd Issue 01 (2008-04-30) .. Reference Information 9-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

8-2 checklist site preparation. 3-1 site selection. 6-6 W working environment requirement. 6-8. 6-5. 2-13 P power supply requirement.DBS3900 Site Preparation Guidelines Index Index A antenna support installing on rooftop. 6-9. 5-1 C cable material. 6-15 end cover. 7-2 transmission requirement. Ltd i-1 . 8-2 power supply. 6-19 grounding bar. 4-1 I installing antenna support on rooftop. 2-12. 6-19 cable ladder. 6-17 cable trough.. 5-1 G grounding requirement. 6-19 outdoor cable rack. 2-4 specification cabling. 7-5 on tower. 6-19 bushing. 6-14. 6-10. 4-1 Issue 01 (2008-04-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 3-1 preparing metal pole. 8-2 cabling specification. 9-1 S site selection requirement. 6-21 R requirement equipment room. 6-11 cable manager. 7-5 on tower. 6-13. 6-9. 7-2 transmission. 7-3 baffle ring. 6-13. 2-10 grounding. 2-2 space requirement. 2-2 tower. 8-2 T tower requirement. 7-3 outdoor cable material.