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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................1 1 Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description.....................................................................1-1 2 DBS3800 Product Family..........................................................................................................2-1 3 Introduction to the DBS3800....................................................................................................3-1
3.1 System Architecture of the DBS3800.............................................................................................................3-2 3.2 Logical Structure of the DBS3800..................................................................................................................3-2 3.2.1 Logical Structure of the BBU3806.........................................................................................................3-3 3.2.2 Logical Structure of the BBU3806C......................................................................................................3-4 3.2.3 Logical Structure of the RRU.................................................................................................................3-5 3.3 Software Structure of the DBS3800................................................................................................................3-7

4 Topologies of the DBS3800......................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Network Topologies of the BBU....................................................................................................................4-2 4.1.1 Star Topology ........................................................................................................................................4-2 4.1.2 Chain Topology .....................................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.3 Tree Topology .......................................................................................................................................4-4 4.2 Topologies of the RRU...................................................................................................................................4-5

5 Clock Synchronization Modes of the DBS3800...................................................................5-1 6 Configurations of the DBS3800...............................................................................................6-1 7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800.......................................................................7-1
7.1 OM Modes of the DBS3800............................................................................................................................7-2 7.2 OM Functions of the DBS3800.......................................................................................................................7-3

8 DBS3800 Specifications ............................................................................................................8-1
8.1 Capacity Specifications of the DBS3800........................................................................................................8-2 8.2 RF Specifications of the DBS3800.................................................................................................................8-3 8.3 Engineering Specifications for the DBS3800.................................................................................................8-5 8.3.1 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806.........................................................................................8-5 8.3.2 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806C.......................................................................................8-6 8.3.3 Engineering Specifications for the RRU3801C.....................................................................................8-7 8.3.4 Engineering Specifications of the RRU3804.........................................................................................8-8 8.4 Surge Protection Specifications for Ports on the DBS3800............................................................................8-9 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. i

.......................................................................6 Compliance Standards of the DBS3800.......................5.......7.......... Ltd.......................................................................................2 Ports on the BBU3806C........................8-18 8...............1 Ports on the BBU3806......................................................7................2 Transportation Requirements of the DBS3800......1 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3800................................................8-14 8...............................................................................................7.............8-18 8...................................................5..................................................................................................................................3 Ports on the RRU3801C............................7 Environment Conditions of the DBS3800.5...................................................8-21 8.................................5 Ports on the DBS3800........4 Ports on the RRU3804.............................................................................i-1 ii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co......... Issue 08 (2009-03-31) ................................Contents DBS3800 Product Description 8.8-13 8........8-17 8...................................................3 Storage Requirements of the DBS3800...8-11 8.........5.....8-24 Index........8-16 8.............................................................................................................................................8-10 8.......................................................................................................................

......................................................4-5 Figure 7-1 OM subsystem of the NodeB...............................................................................................4-4 Figure 4-5 Typical topologies between the BBU and the RRU3801Cs...............................................................7-2 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co................................4-4 Figure 4-4 Tree topology .............................................................................. iii ................................................................................................................................3-4 Figure 3-4 Logical structure of the RRU............................................................................3-2 Figure 3-2 Logical structure of the BBU3806.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-3 Figure 4-3 Chain topology ..............................................2-1 Figure 3-1 System architecture of the DBS3800 ...............................................................................................................3-7 Figure 4-1 Typical topologies between the RNC and the BBUs...........3-3 Figure 3-3 Logical structure of the BBU3806C.......................... Ltd.................................................................3-6 Figure 3-5 Software structure of the DBS3800....DBS3800 Product Description Figures Figures Figure 2-1 Function modules of the DBS3800.....................................................................................................................4-2 Figure 4-2 Star topology ................................

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Table 6-1 Typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3804................................................................6-1 Table 6-2 Typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3801C.............................................................6-2 Table 8-1 Capacity of the BBU3806....................................................................................................................8-2 Table 8-2 Capacity of the BBU3806 with the EBBC...........................................................................................8-2 Table 8-3 Capacity of the BBU3806C.................................................................................................................8-2 Table 8-4 Capacity of the BBU3806C with the EBBM.......................................................................................8-2 Table 8-5 Capacity of the RRU3801C.................................................................................................................8-3 Table 8-6 Capacity of the RRU3804....................................................................................................................8-3 Table 8-7 Working frequency bands of the DBS3800.........................................................................................8-3 Table 8-8 Output power of each sector configured with a single RRU3801C.....................................................8-4 Table 8-9 Output power of each sector configured with a single RRU3804........................................................8-4 Table 8-10 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3801C, band I)...............................................................8-4 Table 8-11 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3804, band I)..................................................................8-4 Table 8-12 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3804, band Ⅱ/Ⅴ/Ⅵ).....................................................8-5 Table 8-13 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3801C, other bands).......................................................8-5 Table 8-14 Power input to the BBU3806.............................................................................................................8-6 Table 8-15 Reliability of the BBU3806...............................................................................................................8-6 Table 8-16 Power input to the BBU3806C..........................................................................................................8-6 Table 8-17 Power input to the RRU3801C..........................................................................................................8-7 Table 8-18 Reliability specifications of the RRU3801C......................................................................................8-8 Table 8-19 Power input to the RRU3804.............................................................................................................8-8 Table 8-20 Reliability specifications of the RRU3804........................................................................................8-8 Table 8-21 Power supply port on the BBU3806................................................................................................8-11 Table 8-22 Transmission ports on the BBU3806...............................................................................................8-11 Table 8-23 Alarm ports on the BBU3806..........................................................................................................8-12 Table 8-24 Specifications of the alarm ports on the BBU3806..........................................................................8-12 Table 8-25 Other ports on the BBU3806............................................................................................................8-12 Table 8-26 Power supply ports on the BBU3806C............................................................................................8-13 Table 8-27 Transmission ports on the BBU3806C............................................................................................8-13 Table 8-28 Alarm ports on the BBU3806C........................................................................................................8-14 Table 8-29 Specifications for the alarm ports on the BBU3806C......................................................................8-14 Table 8-30 Other ports on the BBU3806C.........................................................................................................8-14 Table 8-31 Power supply port on the RRU3801C..............................................................................................8-15 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. v

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DBS3800 Product Description Table 8-32 Transmission ports on the RRU3801C............................................................................................8-15 Table 8-33 Alarm port on the RRU3801C.........................................................................................................8-15 Table 8-34 Specifications for the alarm port on the RRU3801C.......................................................................8-15 Table 8-35 Other ports on the RRU3801C.........................................................................................................8-15 Table 8-36 Power supply port on the RRU3804................................................................................................8-16 Table 8-37 Transmission ports on the RRU3804...............................................................................................8-16 Table 8-38 Alarm port on the RRU3804............................................................................................................8-16 Table 8-39 Specifications of the alarm port on the RRU3804...........................................................................8-16 Table 8-40 Other ports on the RRU3804............................................................................................................8-17 Table 8-41 Climatic requirements......................................................................................................................8-18 Table 8-42 Requirements for the density of physically active materials............................................................8-20 Table 8-43 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials..........................................................8-20 Table 8-44 Mechanical stress requirements.......................................................................................................8-20 Table 8-45 Climatic requirements......................................................................................................................8-21 Table 8-46 Requirements for the density of physically active materials............................................................8-22 Table 8-47 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials..........................................................8-22 Table 8-48 Mechanical stress requirements.......................................................................................................8-23 Table 8-49 Climatic requirements......................................................................................................................8-24 Table 8-50 Requirements for the density of physically active materials............................................................8-25 Table 8-51 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials..........................................................8-25 Table 8-52 Mechanical stress requirements.......................................................................................................8-26

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About This Document
Purpose
This document describes the software and hardware structure, subsystems, configuration types, clock synchronization, and topology of the DBS3800. This document also lists the technical specifications of the DBS3800 such as the capacity specifications, RF specifications, engineering specifications, surge protection specifications, and physical interface specifications.

Product Version
The following table lists the product version related to this document. Product Name DBS3800 Product Version V100R008 V100R009 V100R010 V100R011

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
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Network planners Field engineers System engineers

Change History
For changes in the document, refer to 1 Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description.

Organization
1 Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description This describes the changes in the DBS3800 Product Description. 2 DBS3800 Product Family This describes the function modules and auxiliary facilities in the DBS3800 product family.
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surge protection specifications. monitored. 6 Configurations of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports omni-directional. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . RF specifications. which if not avoided. 7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 The software. Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk. and internal clock. and environment conditions.. General Conventions 2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. performance degradation. Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time. engineering specifications. and three-sector configurations.About This Document DBS3800 Product Description 3 Introduction to the DBS3800 The DBS3800 is developed by Huawei Technologies Co. Conventions Symbol Conventions The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk. BITS clock. and maintained through the DBS3800 Operation and Maintenance (OM). 5 Clock Synchronization Modes of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports five clock synchronization modes: line clock. 4 Topologies of the DBS3800 This describes the topologies of the BBU and RRU. physical interface specifications. hardware. GPS clock. Ltd and is a distributed NodeB in compliance with the protocols of 3GPP R99/R4/R5/R6 FDD. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. or unexpected results. and configuration of the DBS3800 is managed.will result in death or serious injury. IP clock. The operator chooses different configurations based on actual conditions such as locations and the number of users. 8 DBS3800 Specifications This part describes the specifications for the DBS3800 such as capacity specifications. compliance standards. could result in minor or moderate injury.. Various modes and platforms are available for the DBS3800 OM and meet different maintenance requirements.could result in equipment damage. data loss. two-sector. which if not avoided. Ltd. which if not avoided.

choose File > Create > Folder . 3 .. For example. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. log in as user root. ]* GUI Conventions The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.. click OK. Convention Boldface > Description Buttons. For example.. Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional. and dialog titles are in boldface. Names of files.. Several items or no item can be selected. Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. parameters.. ] { x | y | . Convention Times New Roman Boldface Italic Courier New Description Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman. One item is selected or no item is selected. }* Description The keywords of a command line are in boldface. } [ x | y | .. Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. One item is selected. and users are in boldface. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. window. folders. For example. menus.DBS3800 Product Description About This Document The general conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows. [ x | y | . Ltd. tabs. Keyboard Operations The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New. Book titles are in italics. directories. Command arguments are in italics.. Command Conventions The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. Convention Boldface Italic [] { x | y | . Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected..

Mouse Operations The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows. pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.About This Document DBS3800 Product Description Format Key Key 1+Key 2 Key 1. Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position. press Enter and press Tab. For example. A means the two keys should be pressed in turn. For example. Ltd. pressing Alt. Key 2 Description Press the key. Press the keys concurrently. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer. 4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. For example. Action Click Double-click Drag Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer. Press the keys in turn. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .

. 06 (2008-10-15) This is the fifth commercial release.2 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806C Change Description The capacity specifications of the DBS3800 are modified.1 Capacity Specifications of the DBS3800 Change Description The capacity specifications of the DBS3800 are modified. 1-1 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. this issue incorporates the following changes: Topic 8. The engineering specifications of the BBU3806C are modified. . this issue incorporates the following changes: Topic 8. This is the sixth commercial release. the testing problems are solved. Compared with issue 04 (2008-01-18). Compared with issue 06 (2008-10-15). 05 (2008-03-17) This is the fourth commercial release.1 Capacity Specifications of the DBS3800 8. This is the seventh commercial release.3. Ltd.DBS3800 Product Description 1 Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description 1 08 (2009-03-31) 07 (2009-01-23) Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description This describes the changes in the DBS3800 Product Description. Compared with issue 05 (2008-03-17).

1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. this issue incorporates the following changes: Topic 2 DBS3800 Product Family Change Description A function module. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . 04 (2008-01-18) This is the third commercial release. 01 (2007-08-25) This is the field trial release. Ltd. 02 (2007-09-30) This is the first commercial release. is added to the DBS3800 product family..2 RF Specifications of the DBS3800 Change Description The RF specifications of the DBS3800 are modified. this issue incorporates the following changes: Topic 8. 03 (2008-01-15) This is the second commercial release.1 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3800 Change Description The Climatic requirements for the operation of the DBS3800 are modified. Compared with issue 02 (2007-09-30).7. Compared with issue 03 (2008-01-15).1 Changes in the DBS3800 Product Description DBS3800 Product Description Topic 8. RRU3804.

RRU3801C. Figure 2-1 Function modules of the DBS3800 Function Module BBU3806 BBU3806C RRU3801C RRU3804 Description Indoor baseband unit that processes baseband signals Outdoor baseband unit that processes baseband signals Outdoor remote radio unit. Outdoor remote radio unit. It is responsible for signal processing and transmission between the antenna system and the BBU. The BBU3806. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. and RRU3804 can be combined into a BTS3803 or BTS3803C. BBU3806C. and RRU3804 are referred to as the function modules of the DBS3800. 2-1 . Ltd. The BBU3806. RRU3801C.DBS3800 Product Description 2 DBS3800 Product Family 2 Function Modules of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Family This describes the function modules and auxiliary facilities in the DBS3800 product family. BBU3806C. It is responsible for signal processing and transmission between the antenna system and the BBU.

It processes RF and baseband signals and applies to indoor environment. AFB Auxiliary facility box for outdoor application. OFB Outdoor facility box for DC power distribution and transmission. depending on the configuration of batteries For detailed functions of the APM30.. The APM100 provides the following functions: l l l -48 V DC power output A maximum of 60 A output 4 U space for your devices For detailed functions of the APM100.2 DBS3800 Product Family l DBS3800 Product Description BTS3803: consists of one BBU3806. refer to the OFB User Guide. 2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . Ltd. l Auxiliary Facilities of the DBS3800 Auxiliary Facility APM30 Description Auxiliary power backup system for outdoor application. The OFB provides the following functions: l l l 11 U space for your devices Heat dissipation Alarm reporting For detailed functions of the OFB. The AFB provides the following functions: l l l l l Four AC power outputs and four DC power outputs AC surge protection Temperature control Alarm reporting 5 U space for your devices For detailed functions of the AFB. refer to the APM30 User Guide. refer to the APM100 User Guide. The APM30 provides the following functions: l l l -48 V DC power output Temperature control 2 U or 7 U space for your devices. and the power system. refer to the AFB User Guide. one RRU3801C or RRU3804. It processes RF and baseband signals and applies to outdoor environment. APM100 Auxiliary power backup system for outdoor application. BTS3803C: consists of one BBU3806C and one to three RRU3801Cs or RRU3804s.

l For detailed functions of the SPBT. refer to SPBT. refer to the DPD32-1-6 User Guide. l The SPBT without the surge protection unit works as a Digital Distribution Frame (DDF). The DPD32-1-6 provides the following functions: l l One DC power input at a maximum current of 32 A Six DC power outputs For detailed functions of the DPD32-1-6. According to installation positions.DBS3800 Product Description 2 DBS3800 Product Family Auxiliary Facility SPD40R Description Outdoor AC surge protection device. the DDF falls into two types. which provides surge protection for the coaxial cables of the BBU3806. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Surge Protection Box for Coaxial (SPBC) Surge Protection Box for TwistedPair (SPBT) A small box for indoor application. The SPBT with the surge protection unit provides surge protection for twisted pair cables. DPD32-1-6 Indoor facility for DC power distribution. refer to SLPU. For detailed functions of the SPBC. EMUA Environment monitoring unit. The DDF is used for the E1/T1 cable connections between the BBU3806 and the transmission device. 2-3 .. The surge protection unit in the SPBT is optional. Ltd. refer to Built-in DDF. namely external DDF and built-in DDF. For detailed functions of the DDF. For detailed functions of the SLPU. The SPD40R provides the following functions: l l l l AC surge protection Four AC power inputs Remote fault alarm reporting Local fault alarm reporting For detailed functions of the SPD40R. refer to the EMUA User Guide. refer to SPBC. The EMUA provides the following functions: l l l Environment monitoring Intrusion monitoring Power distribution monitoring For detailed functions of the EMUA. Signal Lightning Protection Unit (SLPU) DDF The SLPU protects the E1/T1 signals and Ethernet signals over the BBU3806 from lightning surge. refer to the SPD40R User Guide.

Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .2 DBS3800 Product Family DBS3800 Product Description Auxiliary Facility Indoor centralized mounting rack Description The indoor centralized mounting rack provides the following functions: l l 10 U space for 19-inch devices Space for three RRU3801Cs or RRU3804s For detailed functions of the indoor centralized mounting rack.. 2-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. refer to the Indoor Centralized Mounting Rack Installation Guide.

.2 Logical Structure of the DBS3800 This describes the logical structure of the BBU3806. operation and maintenance software (OM software). 3-1 .3 Software Structure of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 software consists of the platform software. 3. 3. BBU3806C. signaling protocol software. The latter three are application software while the platform software serves as a support for the others.. Ltd. and RRU3801C. 3. Ltd and is a distributed NodeB in compliance with the protocols of 3GPP R99/R4/R5/R6 FDD. and data center. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.DBS3800 Product Description 3 Introduction to the DBS3800 3 About This Chapter Introduction to the DBS3800 The DBS3800 is developed by Huawei Technologies Co.1 System Architecture of the DBS3800 The function modules in the DBS3800 system enable different WCDMA coverage solutions to meet the requirements in different scenarios.

1 System Architecture of the DBS3800 The function modules in the DBS3800 system enable different WCDMA coverage solutions to meet the requirements in different scenarios.2. baseband subsystem. 3. 3-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. BBU3806C.2 Logical Structure of the DBS3800 This describes the logical structure of the BBU3806.. and interface module. A DBS3800 system can be maintained on the Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) through the BBU3806/BBU3806C. Power Amplifier (PA). and RRU3801C. duplexer. Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). 3.3 Introduction to the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description 3. l 3.2.1 Logical Structure of the BBU3806 The BBU3806 consists of the transport subsystem. and interface module. Figure 3-1 System architecture of the DBS3800 l l Optical cables are used to connect the BBU3806/BBU3806C to the RRU3801C.2. and extension interface.2 Logical Structure of the BBU3806C The BBU3806C consists of the transport subsystem. 3. Ltd. baseband subsystem. The antenna system receives uplink (UL) signals and transmits downlink (DL) signals.3 Logical Structure of the RRU The RRU consists of the interface module. control subsystem. TRX. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . control subsystem. Figure 3-1 shows the system architecture of the DBS3800 by taking BBU3806 as an example.

The module receives the service data from the transport subsystem. and implements FP processing. modulation. access channel demodulation. framing. physical channel generating. transport channel mapping. Ltd. Figure 3-2 Logical structure of the BBU3806 Transport Subsystem The transport subsystem performs the following functions: l l Providing physical interfaces between the BBU3806 and the RNC for data communication Providing OM channels between the BBU3806 and the LMT or between the BBU3806 and the M2000 Baseband Subsystem The baseband subsystem processes uplink and downlink baseband data. Then the data is finally sent to the interface module. 3-3 . control subsystem. and interface module. Figure 3-2 shows the logical structure of the BBU3806.1 Logical Structure of the BBU3806 The BBU3806 consists of the transport subsystem.DBS3800 Product Description 3 Introduction to the DBS3800 3. uplink baseband data is processed into despreading soft decision symbols after access channel searching. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The symbols are then sent to the RNC through the transport subsystem after decoding and Frame Protocol (FP) processing. baseband subsystem. processes signaling. In this module. Downlink baseband data processing module: consists of the modulation unit and the encoding unit. l Control Subsystem The control subsystem manages the entire distributed NodeB. The control subsystem performs OM.. spreading.2. The functions of the baseband subsystem are performed by the following modules: l Uplink baseband data processing module: consists of the demodulation unit and the decoding unit. and power control combination. and provides the system clock. and dedicated channel demodulation. encoding.

The versions later than V100R009 support the function of extracting the clock from the FE. or FE). ALCAP processing. baseband subsystem. software management. and logical resource management. The clock module provides the system clock for the NodeB.2 Logical Structure of the BBU3806C The BBU3806C consists of the transport subsystem. Each BBU3806 provides an EIa port to share synchronization data. baseband data. the BITS clock).2. and transmission data between BBU3806s. power control data. optical port. control subsystem. and interface module. Ltd. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) 3-4 .3 Introduction to the DBS3800 l DBS3800 Product Description The OM module performs functions such as equipment management. The signaling processor performs functions such as NBAP signaling processing. and transports the uplink and downlink baseband data of the RRU/ pRRU3801/RHUB3808. l l Interface Module The interface module performs the following functions: l Each CPRI port of the BBU3806 adopts the Enhanced Small Form-Factor Pluggable (ESFP) optical ports. the GPS clock. The reference sources of the system clock are the Iub phase-lock line clock (obtained from the E1. l 3. SCTP processing. configuration management. Figure 3-3 shows the logical structure of the BBU3806C. and the external clock (for instance. alarm management. and commissioning management.. Figure 3-3 Logical structure of the BBU3806C Transport Subsystem The functions of the transport subsystem are as follows: l Providing physical interfaces between the BBU3806C and the RNC for data communication Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Then the data are finally sent to the interface module. encoding. Figure 3-4 shows the logical structure of the RRU. modulation. uplink baseband data is processed into despreading soft decision symbols after access channel searching. 3-5 .DBS3800 Product Description l 3 Introduction to the DBS3800 Providing OM channels between the BBU3806C and the LMT or between the BBU3806C and the M2000 Baseband Subsystem The baseband subsystem processes uplink and downlink baseband data. 3. In this module. alarm management. and dedicated channel demodulation. software management. processes signaling. duplexer. and implements FP processing. The clock module provides the system clock for the NodeB. SCTP processing. The subsystem performs OM. framing. For all versions later than the V100R009. and commissioning management. Ltd. and power control combination. Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). the function of extracting the clock information from the FE link is supported. The functions of the baseband subsystem are performed by the following modules: l Uplink baseband data processing module: consists of the demodulation unit and the decoding unit. physical channel generating. The signaling processor has functions such as NBAP signaling processing. ALCAP processing. spreading. and logical resource management. Downlink baseband data processing module: consists of the modulation unit and the coding unit. transport channel mapping. and extension interface. and provides the system clock. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and the GPS clock. The reference sources of the system clock are: the Iub phase-lock line clock (obtained from the E1 link. and transports the uplink and downlink baseband data of the RRU. TRX. The symbols are then sent to the RNC through the transport subsystem after decoding and Frame Protocol (FP) processing. l l Interface Module Each CPRI port of the BBU3806C adopts the Enhanced Small Form-Factor Pluggable (ESFP) connector. The module receives the service data from the transport subsystem. Power Amplifier (PA). l Control Subsystem The control subsystem manages the entire distributed NodeB. or FE link). l The OM module has functions such as equipment management.3 Logical Structure of the RRU The RRU consists of the interface module. optical port.2. configuration management.. access channel demodulation.

3 Introduction to the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description Figure 3-4 Logical structure of the RRU High Speed Interface Module The functions of the high speed interface module are as follows: l Receiving the downlink baseband data from the upper-level equipment such as a BBU or a macro NodeB Transmitting the uplink baseband data to the upper-level equipment such as a BBU or a macro NodeB and forwarding data of the cascaded RRU l TRX The TRX has two uplink RX channels and one downlink TX channel. Each channel supports two carriers. 3-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The functions of uplink RX channels are as follows: l l l l l l Down-conversion of the RX signals to IF signals Amplification of the IF signals Analog-to-digital conversion Digital down-conversion Matched filtering Digital Automatic Gain Control (DAGC) The functions of the downlink TX channel are as follows: l l l Shaping and filtering of downlink spreading signals Digital-to-analog conversion Up-conversion of RF signals to the transmitting band PA The PA amplifies RF signals of low power. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .. The RF signals are from the RTRX. Ltd.

Figure 3-5 shows the software structure of the DBS3800. The latter three are application software while the platform software serves as a support for the others. 3-7 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . and data center. operation and maintenance software (OM software).3 Software Structure of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 software consists of the platform software.. This enables RX signals and TX signals to share the same antenna channel. Ltd. signaling protocol software. OM software. l LNA The LNA amplifies the signals received from antennas. Figure 3-5 Software structure of the DBS3800 Platform Software The platform software provides the support for the signaling protocol software.DBS3800 Product Description 3 Introduction to the DBS3800 Duplexer The functions of the duplexer are as follows: l Multiplexing RX signals and TX signals. and data center. The functions of the platform software are as follows: l l l l l l l Timing management Task management Memory management Module management Managing the loading and running of the application software Providing message forwarding mechanisms between modules Tracing massages between modules for troubleshooting Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Filtering RX signals and TX signals. 3.

cells and channels) and the mapping between physical resources and logical resources. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . ALCAP processing. and SAAL processing.. 3-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Processing the transport network layer protocol: The transport network layer protocol mainly performs transport data configuration. mapping and managing the internal physical resources and logical resources of the NodeB. processing the NBAP protocol. l l OM Software The OM software performs OM for the NodeB by working with the LMT or M2000. The functions of the OM software are as follows: l l l l l l l l l l Equipment management Data configuration Performance management Commissioning management Alarm management Software management Tracing management Security management Backup management Log management Data Center The data center stores the configuration data of each module in XML format. processing the RRC protocol over BCH. processing the outer loop power control frame and wireless parameter update frame in the FP protocol.3 Introduction to the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description Signaling Protocol Software The functions of the signaling protocol software are as follows: l Processing the radio network layer protocol: The radio network layer protocol mainly performs functions such as configuring the signaling data. Ltd. Managing the internal logical resources of the NodeB (for example.

the BBU supports the star topology. Ltd. and ring are supported between the BBU and RRU3801Cs. multiple topologies such as star. and tree are supported between the RNC and the BBUs.2 Topologies of the RRU Multiple topologies such as star. When IP transport is applied. 4. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 4-1 .DBS3800 Product Description 4 Topologies of the DBS3800 4 About This Chapter Topologies of the DBS3800 This describes the topologies of the BBU and RRU. 4.. chain. chain.1 Network Topologies of the BBU When ATM transport is applied.

1.1. especially to densely populated areas. Figure 4-2 shows this topology.1 Star Topology As the most commonly used topology. Figure 4-1 shows the typical topologies between the RNC and the BBUs. When IP transport is applied. the star topology applies to most areas. 4. chain..1 Network Topologies of the BBU When ATM transport is applied.1.3 Tree Topology The tree topology applies to complicated networks and sites such as a large area with concentrated hot spots. especially to densely populated areas. Ltd. In the chain and tree topologies. 4. such as highways and railways. 4. multiple topologies such as star.1.1 Star Topology As the most commonly used topology. the star topology applies to most areas. the BBU supports the star topology. 4-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 4-1 Typical topologies between the RNC and the BBUs NOTE l l The previous figure takes BBU3806 as an example. the BBU3806 can support up to five levels of cascading.4 Topologies of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description 4. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . 4.2 Chain Topology The chain topology applies to the belt-shaped and sparsely populated areas. and tree are supported between the RNC and the BBUs.

. convenience in maintenance. which gives higher transmission reliability. engineering. 4-3 . and capacity expansion. Figure 4-3 shows this topology. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l Disadvantage: Compared with other topologies. Therefore. Direct data transmission is built between the NodeB and RNC and signals travel through fewer nodes. the star topology requires more transmission resources. Ltd. the star topology features simplicity.DBS3800 Product Description 4 Topologies of the DBS3800 Figure 4-2 Star topology Advantages: l The NodeB is directly connected to the RNC. 4. such as highways and railways.2 Chain Topology The chain topology applies to the belt-shaped and sparsely populated areas.1.

so the transmission reliability is low. The number of levels in the chain topology cannot exceed five. 4.4 Topologies of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description Figure 4-3 Chain topology Advantage: The chain topology can reduce costs in transmission equipment. Figure 4-4 Tree topology Advantage: The tree topology requires fewer transmission links than star topology. Figure 4-4 shows this topology.1. Disadvantages: l l l Signals travel through many nodes. construction. and transmission link lease. Faults in the upper-level NodeB may affect the lower-level NodeB(s). engineering. Ltd.3 Tree Topology The tree topology applies to complicated networks and sites such as a large area with concentrated hot spots. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . Disadvantages: 4-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

Figure 4-5 shows the typical topologies between the BBU and the RRU3801C. l l l 4. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. chain. 4-5 .2 Topologies of the RRU Multiple topologies such as star. Ltd. which causes low transmission reliability and construction and maintenance difficulties. The number of levels in the tree topology cannot exceed five. Capacity expansion is difficult because it may involve major modification to the network architecture. Figure 4-5 Typical topologies between the BBU and the RRU3801Cs NOTE l The previous figure takes BBU3806 as an example.. Faults in the upper-level NodeB may affect the lower-level NodeB(s).DBS3800 Product Description l 4 Topologies of the DBS3800 Signals travel through many nodes. and ring are supported between the BBU and RRU3801Cs.

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048 MHz and 8 kHz clocks are used for frame synchronization and bit synchronization in the DBS3800. the IP clock is supported through software upgrade. providing IP transport with cost-effective clock solutions. the BBU outputs the precise 2.048 MHz BITS clock. The BBU directly extracts clock signals from the Iub interface such as the E1/FE interface.. The Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The BBU3806 V100R008 and before can not directly extracts the clock from the FE port. and internal clock. NOTE The BBU3806C does not support the BITS clock mode. GPS Clock The BBU provides the input port for the GPS clock and obtains the clock through the external GPS device. Internal Clock The clock module of the BBU uses high-performance Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator (OCXO) and adopts advanced algorithms and software phase lock technologies. 5-1 .DBS3800 Product Description 5 Clock Synchronization Modes of the DBS3800 5 Line Clock Clock Synchronization Modes of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports five clock synchronization modes: line clock. IP clock. and phase adjusting. BITS clock. BITS Clock The BBU3806 supports the BITS clock mode by providing a port for the 2. Then. The 2. phase locking. GPS clock. This enables the BBU to receive GPS clock signals when the upper-level clock is unstable or unavailable. IP Clock Without requirements for additional hardware. Ltd. NOTE The BBU3806 V100R009 and later directly extracts the clock from the E1/FE port.048 MHz and 8 kHz clocks after frequency dividing.

823.5 Clock Synchronization Modes of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description performance of the BBU clock system reaches and exceeds the stratum-3 clock standard and complies with the related protocols in ITU-T G. the internal clock can ensure that the NodeB works normally for at least 90 days and its precision can be higher than 0.812 and G. 5-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.05 ppm.. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . In the absence of external clocks.

. Ltd. 3 x 2. The DBS3800 supports the following typical configurations: Omni-directional. 1 x 2. 2 x 1. Table 6-1 lists the typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3804. 3 x 1 indicates that each of the three sectors has one carrier. two-sector. 6 x 1. 3 x 1. The DBS3800 supports a maximum of 12 cells if the EBBC is configured. 3 x 3.. The operator chooses different configurations based on actual conditions such as locations and the number of users. 3 x 4. For example. and three-sector configurations. N x M = sector x carrier. Six cells.DBS3800 Product Description 6 Configurations of the DBS3800 6 l l NOTE Configurations of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports omni-directional. Table 6-1 Typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3804 Configuration 1x1 1x2 1x3 1x4 2x1 2x2 2x3 2x4 3x1 3x2 3x3 3x4 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Minimum Number of BBU3806s 1 1 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs Minimum Number of RRU3804s 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 6-1 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and 6 x 2.

and 3 x 4. if the power required for each carrier is 30 W. the minimum number of RRU3804s doubles. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .6 Configurations of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description Configuration 6x1 6x2 Minimum Number of BBU3806s 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs Minimum Number of RRU3804s 6 6 NOTE In four-carrier configurations such as 1 x 4. 2 x 4. Table 6-2 lists the typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3801C. Ltd.. Table 6-2 Typical configurations of the BBU3806 and the RRU3801C Configuration 1x1 1x2 1x3 1x4 2x1 2x2 2x3 2x4 3x1 3x2 3x3 3x4 6x1 6x2 Minimum Number of BBU3806s 1 1 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs 1 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs 1 BBU3806 with the EBBC 2 BBU3806s with the EBBCs Minimum Number of RRU3801Cs 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 3 6 6 6 6 6-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

1 OM Modes of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports local maintenance. and maintained through the DBS3800 Operation and Maintenance (OM). Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. hardware. 7. monitored. 7-1 . and reverse maintenance. Ltd.. and alarm management. Various modes and platforms are available for the DBS3800 OM and meet different maintenance requirements. and configuration of the DBS3800 is managed. software management. remote maintenance.DBS3800 Product Description 7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 About This Chapter The software.2 OM Functions of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 provides OM functions such as commissioning management. equipment management. 7.

Reverse maintenance: Another NodeB is maintained on the LMT through the local Ethernet port of a local NodeB. After hardware installation. the NodeB can automatically set up a maintenance channel to the RNC on the ATM network. OM channel: provides channels between the NodeB and the LMT and between the NodeB and the M2000. NE: refers to the maintained object. which enhances the network maintainability.7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 DBS3800 Product Description 7. M2000: used to maintain multiple NodeBs. Figure 7-1 OM subsystem of the NodeB The OM subsystem of the NodeB consists of the following components: l l l LMT: used to maintain single NodeB. Remote maintenance: The NodeB is maintained through the IP route provided by the RNC. Ltd. NOTE l l The OM subsystem of the NodeB supports the automatic setup of default maintenance channel.1 OM Modes of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 supports local maintenance. the maintenance personnel can remotely download data and programs to the NodeB. The maintenance is performed on the M2000 client or the LMT in an Network Management System (NMS) center or an RNC equipment room. remote maintenance. The OM subsystem provides the following three maintenance modes: l Local maintenance: The NodeB is maintained on the Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) through the local Ethernet port of the NodeB. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . l 7-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and the IP route is provided by the RNC. and reverse maintenance. Figure 7-1 shows the OM subsystem of the NodeB.. Through this channel.

When related alarms are generated. for example. The alarm management system of the M2000 connects to an alarm box through a serial port and supports audible and visual alarms through the LEDs or the alarm box. l Software Management Software management provides the following functions: l l l l Activating the software Checking the compatibility of software and hardware versions Managing versions. and power test Routine tests. the alarm information is forwarded to their handsets or pagers of the maintenance personnel so that they can rectify the faults in time. managing the status of equipment. and backup of equipment parameters. 7-3 . for example. Data configuration provides configuration. performing self-check on the equipment. configuring the parameters of the NodeB clock. software management. l Equipment alarm management The alarm management system detects and reports information about faults in real time. uplink channel scanning. equipment management. such as CPU usage test. such as E1/T1 performance statistics and STM-1 performance statistics Service performance tests. Ltd. query.2 OM Functions of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 provides OM functions such as commissioning management. resetting boards. The maintenance personnel can subscribe to specific alarms. querying hardware and software versions Upgrading the software version Alarm Management Alarm management involves equipment alarm management and environment alarm management.DBS3800 Product Description 7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 7. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Commissioning Management Commissioning management provides the following functions: l Equipment performance tests. and statistics for service resource usage l l Equipment Management Equipment management involves equipment maintenance and data configuration. clock source quality test. performing an active/standby switchover. and RF parameters. algorithm parameters.. l Equipment maintenance provides maintenance of equipment or boards. The LMT or M2000 then displays the alarm information and provides appropriate handling suggestions. for example. and alarm management. and calibrating the clock. such as 141 test.

and the fires. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . 7-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. water immersion. smoke. the equipment rooms are unmanned and distributed over a vast area. To help you handle such emergencies. humidity. the NodeB provides a complete alarm monitoring system. the NodeB provides a complete environment monitoring system. water immersion. Environment Monitoring To help you handle emergencies for normal operation of the equipment. and temperature. The environment monitoring system provides customized solutions regarding door control. or flood may incur. Alarm management provides the following functions: l l l l l l l Alarm detecting Alarm reporting Alarm shielding Alarm acknowledgement Pre-processing alarms Alarm correlation processing Alarm processing help Security Management The operation rights for maintenance personnel are classified into multiple levels when both NodeB and M2000 are applied. Ltd. This ensures that the running equipment is free from misoperation. Typically.7 Operation and Maintenance of the DBS3800 l DBS3800 Product Description Environment alarm management Environment alarm management is intended for equipment rooms of NodeBs. The equipment works in a relatively adverse environment.. infrared.

8. surge protection specifications. power input. transportation. acoustic noise. 8.1 Capacity Specifications of the DBS3800 The capacity of the BBU3806/BBU3806C is represented by the number of cells and the number of CEs. and environment conditions.3 Engineering Specifications for the DBS3800 This describes the engineering specifications for the DBS3800. 8-1 . alarm ports.. 8. 8. weight.6 Compliance Standards of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 complies with the standards of EMC.7 Environment Conditions of the DBS3800 The environment conditions of the DBS3800 consist of working environment requirements. compliance standards. transmission ports. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. RF specifications. and other ports. working environment.5 Ports on the DBS3800 The ports on the DBS3800 consist of grounding ports.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications 8 About This Chapter DBS3800 Specifications This part describes the specifications for the DBS3800 such as capacity specifications. transmitter specifications.4 Surge Protection Specifications for Ports on the DBS3800 This describes the surge protection specifications for external ports on the BBU3806. and anti-seismic performance. The capacity of the RRU3804/RRU3801C is represented by the number of supported sectors and carriers. and RRU3801C. physical interface specifications. BBU3806C. which consist of the physical dimensions. and power consumption. and receiver specifications. engineering specifications.2 RF Specifications of the DBS3800 The RF specifications of the DBS3800 consist of the working frequency bands. transportation requirements. and storage requirements. power supply ports. 8. 8. 8. Ltd. storage.

8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description 8. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .1 Capacity Specifications of the DBS3800 The capacity of the BBU3806/BBU3806C is represented by the number of cells and the number of CEs. The capacity of the RRU3804/RRU3801C is represented by the number of supported sectors and carriers. Ltd. Capacity of the BBU3806 Table 8-1 Capacity of the BBU3806 Item Cell Uplink CE Downlink CE Capacity 3 192 256 Table 8-2 Capacity of the BBU3806 with the EBBC Item Cell Uplink CE Downlink CE Capacity 6 384 512 Capacity of the BBU3806C Table 8-3 Capacity of the BBU3806C Item Cell Uplink CE Downlink CE Capacity 3 128 256 Table 8-4 Capacity of the BBU3806C with the EBBM Item Cell Uplink CE Downlink CE Capacity 6 320 512 8-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Capacity of the RRU3801C Table 8-5 Capacity of the RRU3801C Item Maximum sectors Maximum carriers Capacity 1 2 Capacity of the RRU3804 Table 8-6 Capacity of the RRU3804 Item Maximum sectors Maximum carriers Capacity 1 4 8..2 RF Specifications of the DBS3800 The RF specifications of the DBS3800 consist of the working frequency bands. Ltd. transmitter specifications. and receiver specifications. 8-3 . Working Frequency Bands Table 8-7 Working frequency bands of the DBS3800 RRU l l l l Frequency Band Band I (2100 MHz) Receiving Band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 Transmitting Band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 RRU3801C RRU3804 RRU3801C RRU3804 Band II (1900 MHz) 1850 to 1910 1930 to 1990 RRU3801C RRU3801C l l Band III/IX (1800 MHz) Band IV (1700 MHz and 2100 MHz) Band V/VI (850 MHz) 1710 to 1785 1710 to 1755 824 to 849 1805 to 1880 2110 to 2155 869 to 894 RRU3801C RRU3804 RRU3801C Band VIII (900 MHz) 880 to 915 925 to 960 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

3 Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)2 -126. Table 8-11. Ltd.8 -128. band I) RX Diversity Mode 1-way 2-way Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)1 -125.2 -129.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Transmitter Specifications Table 8-8 Output power of each sector configured with a single RRU3801C Number of Carriers Single carrier Two carriers Output Power per Carrier (W) 40 20 Configuration 1x1 1x2 Table 8-9 Output power of each sector configured with a single RRU3804 Number of Carriers Single carrier Two carriers Three carriers Four carriers Output Power per Carrier (W) 60 30 (20 per carrier with configuration 1001) 20 15 Configuration 1x1 1x2 1x3 1x4 NOTE The previously mentioned output power refers to the rated output power of each carrier at the TX antenna connector of the DBS3800.Table 8-12 and Table 8-13 describe receiver sensitivity of the DBS3800. band I) RX Diversity Mode 1-way 2-way Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)1 -125. Table 8-10 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3801C. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .6 Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)2 -126.5 -129..5 -128. Receiver Sensitivity Table 8-10.3 8-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.0 Table 8-11 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3804.

1 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806 This describes the engineering specifications of the BBU3806.001 8. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3.1 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806 This describes the engineering specifications of the BBU3806.3 -128.8 NOTE l l 1: Receiver sensitivity at the antenna connector of the DBS3800 that complies with 3GPP TS 25.3.3 Engineering Specifications for the DBS3800 This describes the engineering specifications for the DBS3800. which consist of the physical dimensions. 8.3.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Table 8-12 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3804.. Dimensions The dimensions of the BBU3806 are 436 mm x 300 mm x 42 mm (width x depth x height). weight. power input.3 -128.1 Table 8-13 Receiver sensitivity (configured with RRU3801C. 8.001 2: Receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) at the antenna connector of the DBS3800 that handles 12. other bands) RX Diversity Mode 1-way 2-way Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)1 -125. 8.2 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806C This describes the engineering specifications of the BBU3806C. 8. band Ⅱ/Ⅴ/Ⅵ) RX Diversity Mode 1-way 2-way Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)1 -125.3.0 -128.2 kbit/s AMR services with BER less than 0.3 Engineering Specifications for the RRU3801C This describes the engineering specifications for the RRU3801C.1 Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)2 -126.0 -129. and power consumption.2 kbit/s channels with BER less than 0. 8-5 .3.104 and provides 12. Weight The maximum weight of the BBU3806 is 5 kg.4 Engineering Specifications of the RRU3804 This describes the engineering specifications of the RRU3804.1 Receiver Sensitivity (dBm)2 -126. Ltd. 8.

The dimensions of the BBU3806C (with the mounting bracket and housing) are 380 mm x 165 mm x 610 mm (W x D x H)..3. Power Input Table 8-16 Power input to the BBU3806C Rated Voltage -48 V DC 220 V AC 8-6 Operating Voltage Range -40 V DC to -60 V DC 150 V AC to 300 V AC Remarks 47 Hz to 63 Hz Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Power Input Table 8-14 Power input to the BBU3806 Rated Voltage -48 V DC +24 V DC Operating Voltage Range -40 V DC to -60 V DC +19 V DC to +29 V DC Power Consumption l l The maximum power consumption of the BBU3806 without the EBBC plugboard is 60 W. Ltd. Reliability Table 8-15 Reliability of the BBU3806 MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) One hour MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) 1. . The maximum power consumption of the BBU3806 with the EBBC plugboard is 90 W. l Weight The maximum weight of the BBU3806C is 15 kg. Dimensions l The dimensions of the BBU3806C (without the mounting bracket and housing) are 340 mm x 135 mm x 480 mm (W x D x H).13×105 hours AVAILABILIT Y (Availability) 99.2 Engineering Specifications of the BBU3806C This describes the engineering specifications of the BBU3806C.9991% 4.7 minutes per year DOWN TIME (Downtime) 8.

9991% DOWN TIME (Downtime) 4.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Power Consumption l l If -48 V DC power is used.3.. the maximum power consumption of the BBU3806C is 100 W. Physical Dimensions l The dimensions of the RRU3801C (without the bracket and housing) are 365 mm x 145 mm x 480 mm (W x D x H). The weight of the RRU3801C with the bracket and housing is 25 kg at most. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 8-7 .13 x 105 hours AVAILABILITY 99. Reliability MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) One hour MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) 1. Ltd.3 Engineering Specifications for the RRU3801C This describes the engineering specifications for the RRU3801C. Power Input Table 8-17 Power input to the RRU3801C Rated Voltage –48 V DC 220 V AC Operating Voltage Range –40 V DC to –60 V DC 150 V AC to 300 V AC Remarks 47 Hz to 63 Hz Power Consumption The maximum power consumption of the RRU3801C is 240 W. If 220 V AC power is used. l Weight l l The weight of the RRU3801C without the bracket and housing is 20 kg at most.7 minutes per year 8. The dimensions of the RRU3801C (with the bracket and housing) are 380 mm x 200 mm x 610 mm (W x D x H). the maximum power consumption of the BBU3806C is 120 W.

The weight of the module and its housing is no more than 17 kg.13×105hours AVAILABILIT Y 99. Power Input Table 8-19 Power input to the RRU3804 Rated Voltage -48 V DC Operating Voltage Range -37 V DC to -60 V DC Remarks - Power Consumption The maximum power consumption of the RRU3804 is 280 W.28 minutes/year 8-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.9991% DOWN TIME 5.9991% DOWN TIME 4. Reliability Table 8-20 Reliability specifications of the RRU3804 MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) One hour MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) 1.4 Engineering Specifications of the RRU3804 This describes the engineering specifications of the RRU3804..3. Dimensions The dimensions of the RRU3804 (including the housing) are 280 mm x 155 mm x 490 mm (W x D x H). Issue 08 (2009-03-31) .7 minutes/year 8. Ltd. Weight The weight of the module is no more than 15 kg.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Reliability Table 8-18 Reliability specifications of the RRU3801C MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) One hour MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) 1.0×105hours AVAILABILIT Y 99.

Ltd.4 Surge Protection Specifications for Ports on the DBS3800 This describes the surge protection specifications for external ports on the BBU3806. BBU3806C..DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications 8. Surge Current 10 kA 15 kA 5 kA 5 kA 3 kA 5 kA 8 kA 20 kA 8-9 . and RRU3801C. Surge Protection Specifications for the External Ports on the BBU3806 Application Power supply Surge Protection Mode Differential mode Common mode E1 Differential mode Common mode Differential mode (SPBC) Common mode (SPBC) Differential mode (SPBT) Common mode (SPBT) GPS signal input Differential mode (GPS surge protector) Common mode (GPS surge protector) Dry contact alarms Differential mode Common mode Surge Current 2 kA 4 kA 250 A 250 A 3 kA 5 kA 5 kA 8 kA 8 kA 20 kA 250 A 250 A Surge Protection Specifications for the External Ports on the BBU3806C Application –48 V DC power supply Surge Protection Mode Differential mode Common mode 220 V AC power supply Differential mode Common mode E1 Differential mode Common mode GPS signal input Differential mode (GPS surge protector) Common mode (GPS surge protector) Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

3 Ports on the RRU3801C 8-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5. refers to a nominal discharge current.5. and other ports. unless otherwise specified as the maximum discharge current. transmission ports. 8. power supply ports. The surge current.2 Ports on the BBU3806C The ports on the BBU3806C consist of grounding ports. 8. 8.5 Ports on the DBS3800 The ports on the DBS3800 consist of grounding ports.. power supply port. alarm ports.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Application Dry contact alarms Surge Protection Mode Differential mode Common mode Surge Current 250 A 250 A Surge Protection Specifications for the External Ports on the RRU3801C Application –48 V DC power supply Surge Protection Mode Differential mode Common mode 220 V AC power supply Differential mode Common mode Differential mode (external surge protector) Common mode (external surge protector) RF Differential mode Common mode Dry contact alarms Differential mode Common mode RET antenna Differential mode Common mode Surge Current 10 kA 15 kA 5 kA 5 kA 60 kA (maximum discharge current) 60 kA (maximum discharge current) 8 kA 5 kA 250 A 250 A 3 kA 5 kA NOTE l l The surge protection specifications are based on the surge waveform of 8/20 μs.1 Ports on the BBU3806 The ports on the BBU3806 consist of the grounding screw. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . Ltd. and other ports. alarm ports. transmission port. transmission ports. 8.5. and other ports. power supply ports. alarm port.

and other ports. 8. power supply port.1 Ports on the BBU3806 The ports on the BBU3806 consist of the grounding screw. 8-11 .048 Mbit/s 1. power supply ports.4 Ports on the RRU3804 The ports on the RRU3804 consist of grounding ports.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications The ports on the RRU3801C consist of grounding ports. Power Supply Port Table 8-21 Power supply port on the BBU3806 Application Power supply port Port Type –48 V DC or +24 V DC power port Quantity 1 Connector Type 7W2 male connector. alarm port. transmission ports. power supply ports.5. transmission ports. 8.544 Mbit/s 155 Mbit/s Connector Type DB44 female connector DB44 female connector ESFP socket 1 155 Mbit/s ESFP socket 1 100 Mbit/s Full-duplex RJ45 connector Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. alarm ports.5. transmission port. alarm ports.. and other ports. Grounding Screws The BBU3806 has two grounding screws on the front panel. which shares the socket with the RS485 alarm port Transmission Ports Table 8-22 Transmission ports on the BBU3806 Application Iub interface Port Type E1 T1 Unchannelize d STM-1/ OC-3 port Channelized STM-1/OC-3 port Fast Ethernet Quantity 1 (8 E1s) 1 (8 T1s) 2 Data Rate 2. and other ports.

Ltd. pRRU3801.2 kilohm > 51 kilohms Other Ports Table 8-25 Other ports on the BBU3806 Application GPS signal input Clock signal input/ output Port Type BITS signal input port 10 MHz clock signal output port Quantity 1 1 1 Connector Type SMA female connector SMA female connector SMB male connector 8-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and active/standby switchover signals.25 Gbit/s 3×1. and RHUB3808 Inter-BBU3806 port Port Type CPRI Quantity 3 Data Rate 1. Alarms Ports Table 8-23 Alarm ports on the BBU3806 Application Alarm ports Port Type RS485 alarm port Dry contact alarm port Quantity 1 1 Connector Type 7W2 male connector.25 Gbit/s. Signals transmitted through the EIa port consist of three 2-way high speed electrical signals at 1. clock signals..8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Application Optical interfaces with the RRU3801C. supporting four dry contact alarm signals Table 8-24 Specifications of the alarm ports on the BBU3806 Specification Closed-circuit impedance Open-circuit impedance Parameter < 0.25 Gbit/s MDR36 connector MDR36 connector NOTE l l The channelized STM-1/OC-3 port and unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 ports are provided by the optical sub-boards. The EIa port enables the high speed interconnection between the BBU3806s.25 Gbit/s Connector Type ESFP socket EIa EIb 1 1 3×1. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . which shares the socket with the power supply port RJ45 connector.

and waterproof Transmission Ports Table 8-27 Transmission ports on the BBU3806C Application Iub interface Port E1 T1 Fast Ethernet Quantity 1 (8 E1s) 1 (8 T1s) 1 Data Rate 2.5. power supply ports. round. transmission ports. round. Power Supply Ports Table 8-26 Power supply ports on the BBU3806C Application Power supply ports Port +220 V AC or –48 V DC power Quanti ty 1 Connector Type 9-pin. Ltd. and other ports. 8-13 .048 Mbit/s 1.25 Gbit/s Connector Type 32-pin. Grounding Ports The BBU3806C has two grounding bolts at the bottom. and waterproof ESFP socket EIa 1 3×1. alarm ports.544 Mbit/s 100 Mbit/s Full-duplex Optical ports between BBU3806C and RRU InterBBU3806C port CPRI 3 1. and waterproof 8-pin.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Application Testing Port Type 8 kHz Transmission Time Interval (TTI) testing port Serial or Ethernet port Quantity 1 Connector Type SMB male connector Commissioning 1 RJ45 connector 8.. and waterproof 32-pin. round. round.25 Gbit/s MDR36 connector Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Ports on the BBU3806C The ports on the BBU3806C consist of grounding ports.

Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . 8-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. round. Ltd.5.2 k ohm >51 k ohm Other Ports Table 8-30 Other ports on the BBU3806C Application E1 grounding selection GPS signal input Clock signal input/ output Testing Commissioning Port Grounding connections for eight coaxial E1s – 10 MHz clock signal output 8 kHz TTI Testing Serial or Ethernet Quanti ty 1 1 1 1 1 Connector Type 19-pin.3 Ports on the RRU3801C The ports on the RRU3801C consist of grounding ports. alarm ports. transmission ports. power supply ports. and other ports.. Grounding Ports The RRU3801C has two grounding bolts at the bottom.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Alarms Ports Table 8-28 Alarm ports on the BBU3806C Application Alarms ports Port RS485 Four dry contacts Quantity 1 1 Connector Type DB15 Table 8-29 Specifications for the alarm ports on the BBU3806C Specification Closed resistance Open resistance Parameter < 0. and waterproof N-type SMB male SMB male RJ45 8.

and waterproof Transmission Ports Table 8-32 Transmission ports on the RRU3801C Port Optical port Quantity 2 Data Rate 1. round. and waterproof DIN. Ltd. round. and waterproof DB2W2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 8-15 . round.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Power Supply Ports Table 8-31 Power supply port on the RRU3801C Application Power supply Port +220 V AC or –48 V DC power Quanti ty 1 Connector Type 9-pin..2 kilohms > 51 kilohms Other Ports Table 8-35 Other ports on the RRU3801C Application RET antenna RF Port Main TX/RX RX diversity Interconnection between combined cabinets Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Quanti ty 1 1 1 1 Connector Type DB9 DIN.25 Gbit/s Connector Type ESFP socket Alarms Ports Table 8-33 Alarm port on the RRU3801C Application Alarm Port Four dry contacts Quantity 1 Connector Type DB15 connector (sharing the socket with the fan) Table 8-34 Specifications for the alarm port on the RRU3801C Item Closed resistance Open resistance Specification < 0.

Ltd. and other ports.25 Gbit/s Connector Type ESFP socket Alarm Ports Table 8-38 Alarm port on the RRU3804 Application Alarms Port Type 2-channel dry contact alarms. alarm ports.2 kilohms Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. power supply ports. Grounding Ports The RRU3804 has four grounding bolts at the bottom..8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Application Commissioning Port Serial Ethernet Quanti ty 1 1 Connector Type RJ11 RJ45 8. 1-channel RS485 signals Quantity 1 Connector Type DB15 Table 8-39 Specifications of the alarm port on the RRU3804 Item Closed resistance 8-16 Specification < 0.5. . transmission ports.4 Ports on the RRU3804 The ports on the RRU3804 consist of grounding ports. Power Supply Ports Table 8-36 Power supply port on the RRU3804 Application Power supply Port Type -48 V DC power supply Quanti ty 1 Connector Type OT terminal Transmission Ports Table 8-37 Transmission ports on the RRU3804 Port Type Optical port Quantity 2 Data Rate 1.

8-17 l Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . Ltd. Thus.1 (2003-10) Acoustic Noise The Sound Power Level (SPL) of acoustic noise generated by indoor telecommunication equipment should be lower than 72 dBA. acoustic noise. round.6 Compliance Standards of the DBS3800 The DBS3800 complies with the standards of EMC. transportation. Working Environment l The working environment of the BBU3806 complies with the following standard: ETSI EN300019-1-3 V2. The SPL of acoustic noise generated by DBS3800 components are as follows: l l The declared SPL of a running BBU3806 is 55 dBA.2.2. round. There is no fan in the BBU3806C and RRU3801C. there is no acoustic noise. and waterproof 2W2 8. EMC The DBS3800 meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards: l l l l R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC 3GPP TS 25.0 (2002-12) ETSI EN 301489-1 V1.113 V4.2.2 (2004-07) Class 3. waterproof DIN. working environment. and anti-seismic performance.1 Temperature-controlled locations The working environments of the RRU3801C. and waterproof DIN.1 (2000-08) ETSI EN 301908-1 V2. BBU3806C.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Item Open resistance Specification > 51 kilohms Other Ports Table 8-40 Other ports on the RRU3804 Application RET antenna RF Port Type Main TX/RX RX diversity Interconnection between combined modules Quanti ty 1 1 1 1 Connector Type DB9. which complies with ETS300 753..4. storage. and BTS3803C comply with the following standards: Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

1 Non-weatherprotected locations 3G TS25.8 DBS3800 Specifications – – DBS3800 Product Description ETSI EN300019-1-4 V2.7. 8.1.0.7 Environment Conditions of the DBS3800 The environment conditions of the DBS3800 consist of working environment requirements.4 (2003-04) Class 2. Ltd..1.000 m Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and storage requirements.history method l The anti-seismic performance of the RRU3801C.1.2 Weatherprotected.1 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3800 This part describes the working environment requirements of the DBS3800.2 (2003-04) Class 4.3 Public transportation Storage The storage of the DBS3800 complies with the following standard: ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.7. 8.7. transportation requirements. BBU3806C. Climatic Requirements Table 8-41 lists the climatic requirements for the working environment of the DBS3800.0 Transportation The transportation of the DBS3800 complies with the following standard: ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2. and BTS3803C complies with the following standard: NEBS GR63 zone4 8.7.4(2003-04) Class1.3 Storage Requirements of the DBS3800 This describes the storage requirements of the DBS3800.2 Transportation Requirements of the DBS3800 This part describes the transportation requirements of the DBS3800. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . 8. 8.1 Working Environment Requirements of the DBS3800 This part describes the working environment requirements of the DBS3800. Table 8-41 Climatic requirements Item Altitude 8-18 Specification ≤ 4.Test Ff: Vibration Time . not temperature-controlled storage locations Anti-Seismic Performance l The anti-seismic performance of the BBU3806 complies with the following standard: IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests .141 V3.

The density of the physically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-42. 8-19 . conductive.2 bel Outdoor noise pressure level ≤ 65 dBA Outdoor sound power in daytime ≤ 6. Air Cleanliness Requirements The working environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following air cleanness requirements: l l There is no explosive.6 bel Dustproof and waterproof capabilities Indoors: IP20 Outdoors: IP65 Biological Requirements The working environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following biological requirements: l l The environment is not conducive for the growth of fungus or mildew.120 W/m2 Indoors: ≤ 700 W/m2 Thermal radiation Wind speed Noise ≤ 600 W/m2 ≤ 67 m/s Indoor noise pressure level ≤ 60 dBA Indoor sound power ≤ 7..DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Item Air pressure Temperature Specification 70 kPa to 106 kPa l l l BBU3806:-5℃ to +55℃ BBU3806C:-40℃ to +50℃ RRU3801C: – – -40℃ to +50℃ (with solar) -40℃ to +55℃ (without solar) -40℃ to +50℃ (with solar) -40℃ to +55℃ (without solar) l RRU3804: – – Temperature change rate Relative humidity Solar radiation ≤ 3℃/min 5% to 100% Outdoors: ≤ 1. There are no rodent animals such as rats.1 bel. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. magneto-conductive or corrosive dust in the air. Ltd. outdoor sound power at night ≤ 5.

Table 8-43 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 NH3 Cl2 Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 Density ≤ 1.50 ≤ 0. Ltd.0 m/s2 9 Hz to 200 Hz Frequency range: 5–100–5 Hz. .000 μm The density of the chemically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-43.15 ≤ 0.5 mm 2 Hz to 9 Hz ≤ 10.30 Mechanical Stress Requirements Table 8-44 lists the mechanical stress requirements for the working environment of the DBS3800.0 x g.01 ≤ 10 There is no visible sand.25 oct/min. triaxial test ≤ 100 m/s2 0 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 8-44 Mechanical stress requirements Item Sinusoidal vibration (ETSI requirements) Sinusoidal vibration (GR63 requirements) Unsteady impact Impact response spectrum II Static payload 8-20 Sub-item Offset Accelerated speed Frequency range Specification ≤ 3.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Table 8-42 Requirements for the density of physically active materials Physically Active Material Suspended dust Falling dust Sand Note: l l l l Unit mg/m3 mg/(m2h) mg/m3 Density ≤ 0. Suspended dust: diameter ≤ 75 μm Falling dust: 75 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 150 μm Sand: 150 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 1. scanning frequency: 0.. accelerated speed: 1.

8-21 .120 W/m2 ≤ 600 W/m2 ≤ 67 m/s Waterproofing Requirements The transportation environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following waterproofing requirements: l l The packing case is intact. Measures are taken to prevent the rainwater from entering the packing case. Climatic Requirements Table 8-45 lists the climatic requirements for the transportation environment of the DBS3800.3 Hz to 50 Hz Zero Period Acceleration (ZPA): 1. Static payload refers to the capability of the equipment in a packing case to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method. The equipment is shaded from the rainwater.7.2 Transportation Requirements of the DBS3800 This part describes the transportation requirements of the DBS3800. Table 8-45 Climatic requirements Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature Temperature change rate Relative humidity Solar radiation Thermal radiation Wind speed Specification ≤ 5. There is no water on the floor of the transportation vehicle. l Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5 x g 30 s Note: l Impact response spectrum refers to the maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under the specified impact excitation. Ltd..DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Item Anti-seismic requirements Sub-item Earthquake Specification Frequency range: 0. Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms.000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa –40℃ to +70℃ ≤ 3℃/min 5% to 100% ≤ 1. l 8.

conductive.0 ≤ 100 Suspended dust: diameter ≤ 75 μm Falling dust: 75 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 150 μm Sand: 150 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 1. Table 8-46 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 – ≤ 3. Density ≤ 0.30 ≤ 0.10 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) 8-22 .50 ≤ 1..00 ≤ 0. magneto-conductive or corrosive dust in the air.10 ≤ 0.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Biological Requirements The transportation environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following biological requirements: l l The environment is not conducive for the growth of fungus or mildew. Table 8-47 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.10 ≤ 0. The density of the physically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-46.000 μm l The density of the chemically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-47. Air Cleanliness Requirements The transportation environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following air cleanness requirements: l l There is no explosive. Ltd. There are no rodent animals such as rats.

DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Chemically Active Material HF O3 Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 Density ≤ 0. Table 8-48 Mechanical stress requirements Item Sinusoidal vibration Sub-item Offset Accelerated speed Frequency range Random vibration Spectral density of accelerated speed Frequency range Unsteady impact Impact response spectrum II Static payload Drop Drop Specification ≤ 7.0 m. the free fall is less than 1. the free fall is less than 1.0 m/s2 9 Hz to 200 Hz –3 dB ≤ 40.0 m/s2 200 Hz to 500 Hz Total mean square root accelerated speed: 0. l Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5 mm 2 Hz to 9 Hz 1 m2/s3 ≤ 20. When the mass is within the range of 20 kg to 100 kg.781 Grms 5 Hz to 20 Hz ≤ 300 m/s2 20 Hz to 200 Hz ≤ 10 kPa When the mass is less than 20 kg. Note: l Impact response spectrum refers to the maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under the specified impact excitation. When the mass is more than 100 kg. Ltd. the free fall is less than 0.01 ≤ 0.. 8-23 . Static payload refers to the capability of the equipment in a packing case to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method.05 Mechanical Stress Requirements The transportation environment of the DBS3800 should meet the mechanical stress requirements listed in Table 8-48.25 m. Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms.2 m.

.7. The indoor storage environment should meet the following waterproofing requirements: l No water is on the ground of the room.000 m 70 kPa to 106 kPa –40℃ to +70℃ ≤ 1℃/min 10% to 100% ≤ 1. l If the equipment has to be stored outdoors. Biological Requirements The storage environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following biological requirements: l l The environment is not conducive for the growth of fungus or mildew. the outdoor storage environment should meet the following waterproofing requirements: l l l l The packing case is intact. Ltd. There are no rodent animals such as rats. Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. This prevents water from leaking into the packing case. And there is no probability of water entering the packing case. Table 8-49 Climatic requirements Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature Temperature change rate Relative humidity Solar radiation Thermal radiation Wind speed Specification ≤ 5.120 W/m2 ≤ 600 W/m2 ≤ 50 m/s Waterproofing Requirements The equipment is preferably stored indoors. No water is on the ground. Climatic Requirements Table 8-49 lists the climatic requirements for the storage environment of the DBS3800. And there is no probability of water entering the packing case. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) 8-24 .3 Storage Requirements of the DBS3800 This describes the storage requirements of the DBS3800. The equipment is stored far away from automatic fire fighting devices or heating facilities.8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description 8. The packing case is not exposed to direct sunlight. The equipment is shielded from the rainwater.

Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 8-50 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 ≤ 5.DBS3800 Product Description 8 DBS3800 Specifications Air Cleanliness Requirements The storage environment of the DBS3800 should meet the following air cleanness requirements: l l There is no explosive.00 ≤ 0.05 Mechanical Stress Requirements The storage environment of the DBS3800 should meet the mechanical stress requirements listed in Table 8-52. Table 8-51 Requirements for the density of chemically active materials Chemically Active Material SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3 Unit mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 Density ≤ 0.30 ≤ 0.01 ≤ 0. 8-25 .0 ≤ 300 Suspended dust: diameter ≤ 75 μm Falling dust: 75 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 150 μm Sand: 150 μm ≤ diameter ≤ 1. magneto-conductive or corrosive dust in the air.000 μm l The density of the chemically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-51. The density of the physically active materials meets the requirements described in Table 8-50.05 ≤ 1.10 ≤ 0.. Ltd.10 ≤ 0.00 ≤ 20.10 ≤ 0. conductive.

Static payload refers to the capability of the equipment in a packing case to bear the pressure from the top in normal pile-up method. Impact response spectrum II means that the duration of semi-sine impact response spectrum is 6 ms.0 mm 2 Hz to 9 Hz ≤ 250 m/s2 ≤ 5 kPa ≤ 20..8 DBS3800 Specifications DBS3800 Product Description Table 8-52 Mechanical stress requirements Item Sinusoidal vibration Sub-item Offset Accelerated speed Frequency range Unsteady impact Impact response spectrum II Static payload Note: l Specification ≤ 7. l 8-26 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 08 (2009-03-31) . Ltd.0 m/s2 9 Hz to 200 Hz Impact response spectrum refers to the maximum acceleration response curve generated by the equipment under the specified impact excitation.

3-5 RRU3801C physical dimension. 7-2 P product family. 4-2 tree topology. 3-7 storage requirement. 8-5 port. 4-4 transportation requirement. 8-7 weight. 8-7 S software structure. 4-5 topology of Macro NodeB chain topology. 5-1 compliance standard. 8-6 power input. 8-21 C clock synchronization mode. 8-9 system architecture. 8-6 port. 8-7 power input. 8-5 weight. 4-2. 3-2 T topology. 2-1 R RRU logical structure. 8-6 weight. 8-5 BBU3806C logical structure. i-1 .. 8-14 Issue 08 (2009-03-31) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 8-5 power input. 3-3 physical dimension. 8-6 power consumption. 4-3 star topology. 8-17 W working environment requirement. Ltd. 8-24 surge protection specification. 8-18 L logical structure BBU3806. 3-5 O OM function. 3-3 BBU3806C. 3-4 physical dimension.DBS3800 Product Description Index Index B BBU3806 logical structure. 8-7 port. 7-3 OM mode. 3-4 RRU. 8-11 power consumption. 8-13 power consumption.