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About This Document


Author
Prepared by Reviewed by Gao Xiulan Feng Baoshun,Song limin, Li baomin, Yang changdong, Chen ping, Guo jiang, Kang xuhong, Gong chuya, Lin mudan Feng Baoshun Date Date 2007-09-25 2007-09-10

Approved by

Date

2007-09-25

Summary
This document consists of seven chapters and three appendixes. It is organized as follows: Chapter 1 Introduction to BTS3006C 2 Key Benefits 3 System Architecture 4 Services and Features 5 Operation and Maintenance 6 Reliability Content This chapter introduces the position of the BTS3006C in the network. This chapter introduces the main features of the BTS3006C. This chapter introduces the configuration and physical architecture of the BTS3006C. This chapter introduces the main services and features of the BTS3006C. This chapter introduces the operation and maintenance function of the BTS3006C. This chapter introduces the measures taken in reliability design of the BTS3006C from the aspects of system, hardware and software. This chapter lists the main performance specifications and engineering parameters of the BTS3006C.

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Chapter A Technical Standards B Glossary C Acronyms and Abbreviations

Content The appendix lists the technical standards that the BTS3006C conforms to. The appendix lists the glossary involved in this manual. The appendix lists the acronyms and abbreviations involved in this manual.

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History
Issue 01 Details Initial commercial release Date 2007-09-25 Author Gao Xiulan Approved by Feng baoshun

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Contents
1 Introduction to BTS3006C ............................................................................................. 9
1.1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM Network ........................................................................... 9 1.2 Features of the BTS3006C ........................................................................................................ 10

2 Key Benefits...................................................................................................................11
2.1 Coverage Capability ...................................................................................................................11 2.2 Capacity.....................................................................................................................................11 2.3 Environment Adaptability ............................................................................................................11 2.4 Power Supply and Backup Power Supply ...................................................................................11 2.5 Installation..................................................................................................................................11 2.6 Networking Capability.................................................................................................................11 2.7 Clock and Synchronization .........................................................................................................11

3 System Architecture .....................................................................................................11


3.1 Physical Architecture ..................................................................................................................11 3.2 Functional Architecture ...............................................................................................................11 3.2.1 Common Subsystem..........................................................................................................11 3.2.2 Double-Transceiver Subsystem..........................................................................................11 3.2.3 RF Front-End Subsystem...................................................................................................11 3.3 System Configuration .................................................................................................................11

4 Services and Features ..................................................................................................11


4.1 Services .....................................................................................................................................11 4.2 Features.....................................................................................................................................11 4.2.1 EDGE ................................................................................................................................11 4.2.2 Handover...........................................................................................................................11 4.2.3 Frequency Hopping............................................................................................................11 4.2.4 Antenna Hopping ...............................................................................................................11 4.2.5 Encryption..........................................................................................................................11 4.2.6 Power Control ....................................................................................................................11 4.2.7 Detection ...........................................................................................................................11 4.2.8 Antenna System.................................................................................................................11 4.2.9 Extended Cell Function ......................................................................................................11 4.2.10 Cluster Services...............................................................................................................11 4.2.11 Flexible Allocation of Resources .......................................................................................11

5 Operation and Maintenance .........................................................................................11

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iSite BTS3006C V300R008 Product Description 5.1 O&M Subsystem ........................................................................................................................11 5.1.1 Overview of the O&M Subsystem .......................................................................................11 5.1.2 Terminal Maintenance ........................................................................................................11 5.1.3 Remote Maintenance .........................................................................................................11 5.2 O&M Functions ..........................................................................................................................11 5.2.1 Security Management ........................................................................................................11 5.2.2 Alarm Management ............................................................................................................11 5.2.3 Data Configuration .............................................................................................................11 5.2.4 Maintenance Management.................................................................................................11

6 Reliability .......................................................................................................................11
6.1 System Reliability .......................................................................................................................11 6.2 Hardware Reliability....................................................................................................................11 6.3 Software Reliability.....................................................................................................................11

7 Technical Specifications...............................................................................................11
7.1.1 Radio Specifications...........................................................................................................11 7.1.2 Working Frequency Bands .................................................................................................11 7.1.3 Transmit Specifications ......................................................................................................11 7.1.4 Receive Specifications .......................................................................................................11 7.2 Engineering Specifications..........................................................................................................11 7.2.1 Mechanical Dimensions .....................................................................................................11 7.2.2 Weight ...............................................................................................................................11 7.2.3 Power Supply.....................................................................................................................11 7.2.4 Power Consumption...........................................................................................................11 7.2.5 Transmission......................................................................................................................11 7.2.6 Working Environment.........................................................................................................11 7.2.7 Lightning Protection ...........................................................................................................11 7.2.8 EMC ..................................................................................................................................11 7.2.9 Noise .................................................................................................................................11 7.2.10 Storage Environment........................................................................................................11 7.2.11 Transportation Environment..............................................................................................11

A Technical Standards .....................................................................................................11


A.1 ITU and ETSI Standards ............................................................................................................11 A.2 Abis Interface and Um Interface Standards.................................................................................11 A.3 Environment Adaptability Standards ...........................................................................................11 A.4 EMC Standards..........................................................................................................................11 A.5 Lightning Protection Standards...................................................................................................11 A.6 Antenna Port and TMA: 8 kA/40 kA Safety Standard...................................................................11 A.7 Physical protection Standard ......................................................................................................11

B Glossary ........................................................................................................................11 C Acronyms and Abbreviations ......................................................................................11

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Introduction to BTS3006C

1.1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM Network


Huawei double-transceiver Base Transceiver Station (BTS) family provides customized solutions for the GSM radio access network based on different requirements and network environments. Figure 1-1 shows the position of the BTS3006C in the GSM network. Figure 1-1 Position of the BTS3006C in the GSM network

BTS3012AE MS BTS3006C BSC GSM NSS MSC

BTS3012AE BTS3012 MS BTS3006C BSC/PCU BTS3002E BTS3012 MS BSS BTS3002E

Table 1-1 lists the application scenarios of the double-transceiver BTS family.

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Table 1-1 Application scenarios of the double-transceiver BTS family Model Maximum Number of TRXs per Cabinet 18 Application Scenario

BTS3012

Used in highly populated areas with high traffic volume or in the areas where wide coverage is required

BTS3012AE

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Used in cities, suburbs, and rural areas where high traffic volume and wide coverage are required, or in the areas where the site for an equipment room is hard to find or the construction cost of an equipment room is too high Used in cities and suburbs where medium traffic volume and wide coverage are required Used in indoor coverage, towns and suburbs where low traffic volume and wide outdoor coverage are required

BTS3006C BTS3002E

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1.2 Features of the BTS3006C


The BTS3006C is used for edge networks and hotspots in cities, where medium traffic volume is required. It is a double-transceiver EDGE BTS. It has the features of fast deployment, low cost, and wide coverage. A single BTS3006C cabinet holds up to six TRXs. It performs the functions such as transmit diversity, 4-way receive diversity, and AMR. The BTS3006C cabinet has large power and large capacity. It is small and easy to install and saves the cost on the equipment room. Especially, it uses the direct air cooling technology, with low power consumption and maintenance. The BTS3006C has strong environment adaptability. It can work under the temperature of 40 to +55. It supports the outdoor application with IP55 protection level. The BTS3006C supports 48 V DC power inputs or AC power inputs. It supports SDH. Optical cables can be directly connected to the BTS. The BTS3006C can form a network with indoor double-transceiver BTSs and outdoor BTSs, thus providing a fast, economical, and effective network construction and operation.

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2.1 Coverage Capability
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Key Benefits

The BTS3006C has the following benefits in terms of coverage: High receive sensitivity The static sensitivity of the TCH/FS is 112.5 dBm (a typical value in the normal temperature)
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Omni-directional coverage and directional coverage Configuration of up to four cells in a single cabinet Radio Frequency (RF) hopping and baseband frequency hopping Transmit diversity and 4-way receive diversity Dynamic power control and static power control Detection and reporting of the power of transceivers

2.2 Capacity
The BTS3006C has the following benefits in terms of capacity:
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A single cabinet supports up to six TRXs. A single cabinet supports up to four cells. A synchronous site supports combined cabinets or cabinet groups consisting of six cabinets. Each site supports 1 to 36 TRXs.

2.3 Environment Adaptability


The BTS3006C has the following benefits in terms of environment adaptability:
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IP55 protection: 360 waterproof, dust-proof, and smoke-proof. It can work in adverse conditions with high temperature, moisture, and smoke Wide working temperature range: 40C to +55C Excellent lightning protection: built-in lightning protection unit and external power lightning protection unit

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2.4 Power Supply and Backup Power Supply


The BTS3006C has the following benefits in terms of power supply and backup power supply:
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AC inputs and DC inputs

110 V AC (dual live wires) and 220 V AC If the DPSM power module is installed in the cabinet, the AFB can be configured to provide external AC power supply.

48 V DC If the DSEM power module is installed in the cabinet, the APM or Sidepower can be configured to provide DC power supply.

DC battery power supply When the external AC power supply fails, the storage batteries can supply DC power supply for the BTS to extend the power supply time.

2.5 Installation
The BTS3006C cabinet is easy to install. It has the following benefits in terms of installation:
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Various installation modes When installed indoors, it supports standing installation and stack installation.

When installed outdoors, it supports standing installation and against-pole installation.

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If installed against poles, cabinets can be installed side by side or back to back. External cables are installed and maintained through the bottom of the cabinet. Fans can be installed and maintained through the bottom of the cabinet. They can be replaced one by one.

2.6 Networking Capability


The BTS3006C has the following benefits in terms of networking capability:
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Support for E1 transmission and built-in STM-1 transmission Support for microwave and satellite transmissions by means of the power cabinet Support for various networking topologies including star, tree, chain, ring, and hybrid networking A single cabinet supports a maximum of S1/1+S1/1 dualband site configuration. Two cabinets can support a maximum of S2/2/2+S2/2/2 dualband site configuration. Transmission optimization on the Abis interface(One E1 cable support 24 TRXs).

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2.7 Clock and Synchronization


The BTS3006C clock works in four modes: fast pull-in, locked, holdover, and free run. It also supports software synchronization on the Abis interface.

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3.1 Physical Architecture
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System Architecture

The design of the BTS3006C cabinet complies with the IEC60297 standard. The dimensions of a BTS3006C cabinet are as follows: Height: 700 mm Width: 600 mm Depth: 470 mm

Figure 3-1 shows the BTS3006C cabinet. Figure 3-1 BTS3006C cabinet

Figure 3-2 shows a fully configured BTS3006C cabinet.

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Figure 3-2 Fully configured BTS3006C cabinet

DAFM 3

DAFM 1

DPSM/ DSEM

DDRM2

DDRM1

DDRM 0

DAFM 2

DAFM 0

DMCM

FAN 2

FAN 1

FAN 0

The DAFM as shown in Figure 3-2 can be the DDPM, DATM, DDCM, and DSCM. Table 3-1 lists the modules of the BTS3006C. Table 3-1 Modules of the BTS3006C Module DAFM DBMB DDCM DDPM DDRM DMCM DPSM DSCM DSEM Full Name Antenna Front-end Module for DDRM BTS BTS3006C Module Backplane Double Combining Module for DDRM BTS Dual Duplexer Module for DDRM BTS Double-transceiver Digital and Radio frequency Module Main Control Module for DDRM BTS Power Supply Module for DDRM BTS Single Combining Module for DDRM BTS DC SPD and EMI Module

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3.2 Functional Architecture


Figure 3-3 shows the functional modules of the BTS3006C. Figure 3-3 Functional modules of the BTS3006C
Extension cabinet SFP (optical cable) DATM DDPM DDRM . . TMA TMA MS

Dry contact RS485 DMCM E1 Optical cable

DDRM

DDPM

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TMA

TMA

DDRM

DDPM

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TMA

TMA

Abis

Common subsystem

DDRM and DAFM subsystems

Antenna subsystem

The subsystems as shown in Figure 3-3 are described subsequently.

3.2.1 Common Subsystem


The common subsystem consists of the DMCM and the DBMB. The DMCM is the basic transmission and control entity of the BTS3006C. It performs the following control functions.
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Remotely connecting the BTS to the BSC Monitoring the heater Downloading software Operating and maintaining the entire BTS Performing the electrical interconnection of each subsystem through the DBMB Performing clock management, fault management, configuration management, performance management, and security management The built-in optical transmission uses Huawei transmission network manager, which has powerful functions and is easy to use. It can implement the OAM&P function recommended by the ITU. Detecting alarms of external equipment through four dry contacts, monitoring the communication interface of external equipment, monitoring the external fans, detecting the temperature, lightning protection and door status alarms Supporting flexible topologies

The DMCM supports E1 transmission and STM-1 (optional) transmission. Ring, chain, star, and hybrid topologies are supported.

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The built-in SDH device and other SDH devices form complicated network topologies, which provide channel protection and multiplex section protection. The topologies are:

Star topology Tangency ring topology Intersecting ring topology Ring-chain topology

Table 3-2 lists the modules in the common subsystem and their functions. Table 3-2 Modules in the common subsystem and their functions Module DMCM Function
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Supports the four the E1 signal inputs Supports STM-1 (optional) Provides a 10 Mbit/s Ethernet port for terminal maintenance Provides an IASU Ethernet port for terminal maintenance Supports alarm inputs through four contacts Supports one RS485 full duplex serial port Provides access interface for two optical cables to combine cabinets

DBMB

Interconnects signals and power supplies of each module

3.2.2 Double-Transceiver Subsystem


The double-transceiver subsystem consists of the DDRM and fan units. It performs the following functions:
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Processing baseband signals Transmit diversity and 4-way receive diversity Receiving signals Synthesizing frequencies Performing loopback test Amplifying power and then transmitting it through two TRXs individually Supplying power to the fans and monitoring the fans Supporting one fan for one DDRM Supporting replacement of at least one fan at a time

3.2.3 RF Front-End Subsystem


The RF front-end subsystem consists of the antenna subsystem and the DAFM subsystem. Table 3-3 lists the components of each subsystem.

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Table 3-3 Components of the RF front-end RF Front-End Subsystem Antenna subsystem Component Function

subsystem and their functions

Antenna Feeder TMA

Transmits and receives signals Connects the antenna to port ANTA or ANTB on the DDPM Amplifies the signal received by the antenna
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DAFM subsystem

DDPM

Sends the multiple channels of the RF signals from the transceiver to the antenna through the duplexer Amplifies the received signals from the antenna and divides the signals into three parts and then sends them to the transceiver Controls the low noise amplification

DDCM DSCM DATM

Double combination (used for the single combination in single sector with no more than four carriers) Single combination (used for the double combinations in single sector with five or six carriers) Supplies power for the TMA

3.3 System Configuration


The system configuration of the BTS3006C is as follows:
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A fully configured single cabinet has a maximum of six TRXs, that is, three DDRMs. A single cabinet supports S2/2/2 and two cabinets support S4/4/4. Using wideband combination, one sector has one dual polarization antennas or two single polarization antennas. One cell supports up to six TRXs.

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4.1 Services
Service Speech service Abbreviation EFR FR HR AMR Data service F9.6 F4.8 F2.4 Packet service GPRS EDGE

Services and Features

Table 4-1 lists the services that the BTS3006C provides. Table 4-1 List of the BTS3006C services Full Name Enhanced full rate speech service Full rate speech service Half rate speech service Adaptive multi-rate 9.6 kbit/s full rate data service 4.8 kbit/s full rate data service 2.4 kbit/s full rate data service CS1/CS2/CS3/CS4 packet service MCS1MCS9 EGPRS packet service

4.2 Features
The special features of the BTS3006C are described in terms of the following aspects.

4.2.1 EDGE
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The BTS3006C supports system information broadcast and resource indication, which are compatible with the GSM/EDGE R99. The BTS3006C supports the GSM/EDGE LAPDm protocol.

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4.2.2 Handover
The BTS3006C supports the following types of handovers:
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Synchronous and asynchronous handovers Dualband handover

4.2.3 Frequency Hopping


The BTS3006C supports the following frequency hopping modes:
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Baseband frequency hopping RF hopping

4.2.4 Antenna Hopping


The BTS3006C supports antenna hopping.

4.2.5 Encryption
The BTS3006C supports the following encryption functions:
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A5/0 non-encryption A5/1, A5/2 and A5/3 encryption and decryption

4.2.6 Power Control


The BTS3006C supports the following types of power control modes:
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Static power control Dynamic power control

4.2.7 Detection
The BTS3006C can detect the following factors:
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Random access collision Module in-position status Output power of the DDRM (report of the output power is also supported)

4.2.8 Antenna System


The BTS3006C antenna system supports the following items:
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Dual polarization antennas that reduce the number of antennas in the cell TMA that improves the receive sensitivity

4.2.9 Extended Cell Function


With the extended cell function, the BTS3006C can cover a wide range of areas of 120 km.

4.2.10 Cluster Services


The BTS3006C supports VBS and VGCS services.

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4.2.11 Flexible Allocation of Resources


The BTS3006C supports Flex Abis and Flex MAIO features.

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5.1 O&M Subsystem
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Operation and Maintenance

5.1.1 Overview of the O&M Subsystem


The BTS3006C provides two maintenance methods: Terminal maintenance Remote maintenance

Figure 5-1 shows the networking of the O&M subsystem. Figure 5-1 Networking of the BTS3006C O&M subsystem
OMC Server
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MMI
Ab

Site Maintenance Terminal System MMI Site Maintenance Terminal System

BTS
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Ab

BSC Remote Site Maintenance System

BTS

Hub

5.1.2 Terminal Maintenance


As shown in Figure 5-1, terminal maintenance is carried out through a PC. The PC is connected to the cabinet through an Ethernet cable. By carrying out terminal maintenance, you can operate and maintain sites, cells, and TRXs.

5.1.3 Remote Maintenance


As shown in Figure 5-1, remote maintenance is carried out through a PC. The PC forms a network with the OMC, BSC, and BTS.

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Remote maintenance is carried out through a Graphic User Interface (GUI) and topological view. You can see the name, type, location, number, and running status of each NE in the network through the GUI. You can view the detailed performance data, alarm data, and configuration data of the NE to be maintained. You can also operate or maintain an NE through the topological view.

5.2 O&M Functions


The BTS3006C O&M system performs the following O&M functions:
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Security Management Alarm Management Data Configuration Maintenance Management

5.2.1 Security Management


In terms of security management, the BTS3006C provides the following functions:
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Multi-level authority mechanism Only the authorized users can perform relevant operation. Warnings of dangerous operations The problems that may arise after the operation are given.

5.2.2 Alarm Management


In terms of alarm management, the BTS3006C provides the following functions:
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Eyeball-catching alarm indications Powerful real-time alarm management including collecting, clearing, querying, handling, saving, explaining, prompting, filtering, and analyzing alarms Detailed online help and layered alarm filtering function that helps you to quickly locate faults and provide you with troubleshooting methods

5.2.3 Data Configuration


The BTS3006C O&M subsystem supports dynamic and static data configuration modes. It performs the following functions:
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Adding, deleting, and modifying data Checking the consistency of the BTS data

5.2.4 Maintenance Management


The O&M subsystem of the BTS3006C provides the following maintenance functions:
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Downloading software to modules, or starting and initializing modules Recording the interface tracing message and running status of the BTS through logs

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Performing in-position test on modules Testing the Abis link of the DDRM, testing channels, and checking the site, cell, carrier, and module Providing fault management for the DBUS and the CBUS

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6.1 System Reliability
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Reliability

To enhance system reliability, the BTS3006C uses the following methods: Load sharing Redundancy configuration Optimized fault detection of modules and the system Optimized fault isolation

Redundancy Design
The local bus uses redundancy design. The TRX mutual aid is also supported.

Reliability Design
In terms of system reliability, the BTS3006C supports the following functions:
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Automatically detecting and diagnosing hardware and software faults Detecting environment conditions Reporting alarms

6.2 Hardware Reliability


To enhance hardware reliability, the BTS3006C adopts the following methods:
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Prevention Against Mistakenly Inserted Module Protection Against Over High Temperature of the DDRM Reliability Design for the Power Supply Excellent Lightning Protection Design

Prevention Against Mistakenly Inserted Module


When inserted into a wrong slot, the functional module cannot get into full contact with the backplane. This prevents the equipment from being damaged.

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Protection Against Over High Temperature of the DDRM


When the temperature around the power amplifier of the last level is too high, the DDRM reports an over high temperature alarm.

Reliability Design for the Power Supply


In terms of reliability design for the power supply, the BTS3006C provides the following functions:
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Power failure protection for programs and data Lighting protection and wide range of voltage Over current protection, over voltage protection Protection against reverse-polarity connection

Excellent Lightning Protection Design


The BTS3006C needs no external lightning protection device. The antenna ports of the DDPM have the 8kA/40kA lightning protection capability through its built-in conductor.

6.3 Software Reliability


The BTS3006C has powerful fault tolerance capability. When the software fails, the whole system is not corrupted. The fault tolerance function is described subsequently.

Regular Check on Key Resources


Seizure check is conducted on various software resources in the system. The check mechanism can ensure the release of suspended resources and the output of the related logs and alarms.

Task Monitoring
When the software is active, any possible fault in the software or hardware is monitored. The detected faults are reported. Task status and system abnormalities can also be monitored.

Data Check
In terms of data check, the system performs the following functions:
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Checking data consistency on a regular or event-driven basis Restoring data consistency selectively or preferably Outputting related logs and alarms

Saving Operation Log Information


The system records user operations on a regular basis and saves the information as operation logs. The operation logs help you to locate problems and restore data.

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7.1.1 Radio Specifications
Frequency Band 850 MHz

Technical Specifications

7.1.2 Working Frequency Bands


Table 7-1 lists the working frequency bands of the BTS3006C. Table 7-1 Working frequency bands of the BTS3006C Parameter Receive band Transmit band Space between carriers 900 MHz Receive band Transmit band Space between carriers 1800 MHz Receive band Transmit band Space between carriers 1900 MHz Receive band Transmit band Space between carriers Specification 824849 MHz 869894 MHz 200 kHz 876915 MHz 921960 MHz 200 kHz 17101785 MHz 18051880 MHz 200 kHz 18501910 MHz 19301990 MHz 200 kHz

7.1.3 Transmit Specifications


Table 7-2 and Table 7-3 list the nominal output power of the DDRM. Table 7-2 Nominal output power of the DDRM (850 MHz/900 MHz) Modulation Scheme 850 MHz/900 MHz Mode 1 (Default) GMSK 8PSK 40W (46.0 dBm) 40W (46.0 dBm) Mode 2 63 W (48.0 dBm) 40 W (46.0 dBm)

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Table 7-3 Nominal output power of the DDRM (1800 MHz/1900 MHz) Modulation Scheme 1800 MHz/1900 MHz Mode 1 (Default) GMSK 8PSK 40 W (46.0 dBm) 40 W (46.0 dBm) Mode 2 55 W (47.4 dBm) 40 W (46.0 dBm)

7.1.4 Receive Specifications


Table 7-4 lists the static receive sensitivity of the BTS3006C. Table 7-4 Static receive sensitivity of the BTS3006C Channel Type TCH/FS Others Receive Sensitivity 112.5 dBm (typical value in the normal temperature) Better than the requirements specified in 3GPP TS 05.05

7.2 Engineering Specifications


7.2.1 Mechanical Dimensions
Table 7-5 lists the mechanical dimensions of the BTS3006C. Table 7-5 Mechanical dimensions of the BTS3006C Item Cabinet Cabinet + cabinet base Cabinet + cabinet base + rainhat Width (mm) 600 600 600 Depth (mm) 470 470 470 Height (mm) 700 900 980

7.2.2 Weight
Table 7-6 lists the weight of the BTS3006C. Table 7-6 Weight of the BTS3006C Configuration Empty cabinet Full configuration (S2/2/2, with DATM) Weight (kg) 35 130

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7.2.3 Power Supply


The BTS3006C uses a mature EPS210-4830A power supply system. Table 7-7 and Table 7-8 list the specifications of the input power. Table 7-7 Specifications of the DC input power Item Rating Voltage Range Value 48 V DC 40 V DC to 60 V DC

Table 7-8 Specifications of the AC input power Power Distribution 110 VAC dual live 220 V AC single live Range 85 V AC to 135 V AC, 45 Hz to 65 Hz 150 V AC to 300V AC (normal value), 45 Hz to 65 Hz
Note: The equipment is not damaged even under 350 V AC. Note: For indoor applications, the Sidepower power system provides +24 V DC power inputs.

7.2.4 Power Consumption


Table 7-9 lists the DC power consumption of the BTS3006C in typical configuration. Table 7-9 DC power consumption of the BTS3006C Configuration Typical power consumption (S2/2/2 in full configuration, 40W TRXs, no working heating board) Power Consumption 900 W

7.2.5 Transmission
Transmission Interfaces
Table 7-10 lists the transmission interfaces of the BTS3006C. Table 7-10 BTS3006C transmission interfaces Interface Type E1 Quantity 4 pairs Speed 2 Mbit/s Standard ETS 300 420 ITU G.703/G.704

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Interface Type STM-1

Quantity 2 pairs

Speed 155 Mbit/s

Standard ANSI T1.105-1995 ITU I.432.2 G.703 ITU G.957

Other External Interfaces


Table 7-11 lists the other external interfaces of the BTS3006C. Table 7-11 Other external interfaces of the BTS3006C Interface Power and grounding interface Monitoring interface Antenna system ports TMA feed interface Fan power supply interface Type Power supply (including grounding) Protection grounding External alarm input port RF signals Quantity 1 1 1 Description Contains four dry contacts and one RS485 serial port Connects the antenna feeder and carry RF signals Supplies power for the TMA Provides power for and monitor fans Each DDRM connects to its corresponding fan unit through the fan power supply port SDH interface SFP interface STM-1 SFP 2 2 Connects the optical cables Connects the cabinet-combining cables

TMA power supply Power supply, monitoring

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7.2.6 Working Environment


Table 7-12 shows the requirements for the BTS3006C working environment.

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Table 7-12 Requirements for the BTS3006C working environment Item Temperature Humidity Range 40C to +55C 5% RH to 100% RH

7.2.7 Lightning Protection


The BTS3006C conforms to the following lightning protection standards:
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AC power port (realized through the external lightning protection unit): 40 kA 48 V DC power port: 15 kA E1 port: 5 kA or 10 kA Primary node and 485 serial port: 3 kA or 5 kA Antenna port and TMA: 8 kA or 40 kA

7.2.8 EMC
The BTS3006C fulfils the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements. It complies with the following protocols:
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R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC 3GPP TS 25.113 V4.4.0 (December 2002) ETSI EN 301 489-1/23 ETSI EN 301 908-1 V2.2.1 (October 2003)

The BTS3006C has passed the CE certification.

7.2.9 Noise
The BTS3006C complies with the following protocols in terms of noise:
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7.2.10 Storage Environment


The BTS3006C complies with the following protocol in terms of storage environment: ETS class 1.2 Weather Protected, Not Temperature Controlled Storage Locations in ETS 300 019-1-1.

7.2.11 Transportation Environment


The BTS3006C complies with the following protocol in terms of transportation environment: ETS class 2.3 Public Transportation in ETS 300 019-1-2.

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A.1 ITU and ETSI Standards
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Technical Standards

Huawei-developed BTS is in compliance with GSM recommended phase 2+ of ETSI, as shown below: GSM 01.02 (ETR009):"general description of a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN)" GSM 04.04 (ETS 300 553):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); layer 1 general requirements" GSM 04.05 (ETS 300 554):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Data Link (DL) layer general aspects" GSM 04.06 (ETS 300 555):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS - BSS) interface Data Link (DL) layer specification" GSM04.08 (ETS300557):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); mobile radio interface layer 3 specification" GSM05.01 (ETS300573):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); physical layer on the radio path general description" GSM 05.02 (ETS 300 574):"multiplexing and multiple access on the radio path" GSM05.03 (ETS300575):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); channel coding" GSM05.04 (ETS300576):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); modulation" GSM05.05 (ETS300577):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); radio transmission and reception" GSM05.08 (ETS300578):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); radio subsystem link control" GSM05.10 (ETS300579):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); radio subsystem synchronization" GSM11.10 (ETS300607):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); Mobile Station (MS) conformity specification" GSM11.11 (ETS300608):"digital cellular telecommunications system (phase2); specification of the Subscriber Identity Module - Mobile Equipment (SIM - ME) interface"

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GSM 08.58(ETS 300 596):"Base Station Controller-Base Transceiver Station(BSC-BTS) interface layer 3 specification" GSM 08.51 (ETS 300 592):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface general aspects" GSM 08.52 (ETS 300 593):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface principles" GSM 08.56 (ETS 300 595):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface layer 2 specification"

A.2 Abis Interface and Um Interface Standards


The BTS3006C has the following standards in terms of Abis interface and Um interface:
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GSM 08.51 (ETS 300 592):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface general aspects" GSM 08.52 (ETS 300 593):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface principles" GSM 08.56 (ETS 300 595):"European digital cellular Telecommunications System (phase 2); Base Station Controller - Base Transceiver Station (BSC - BTS) interface layer 2 specification" GSM 04.22 (ETS 300 563): "European digital cellular Telecommunication System (phase 2); Radio Link Protocol (RLP) for data and telematic services on the Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS - BSS) interface and the Base Station System - Mobile-services Switching Centre (BSS - MSC) interface"

A.3 Environment Adaptability Standards


The BTS3006C has the following specifications in terms of environment adaptability:
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Low temperature working index: IEC 682-1 High temperature working index: IEC 682-2 Temperature cycle operation test: IEC 682-3 Moist heat working index: IEC 68-2-30 Working jiggling index: ETS 300-019-3 Shockproof index: Adopt earthquake testing method stipulated by the ministry of posts and telecommunications. Shockproof grade is grade 8~9 earthquake intensity Moldproof index: IDT IEC 68-2-10 Salt spray proof index: IDT IEC 68-2-11

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A.4 EMC Standards


The BTS3006C has the following EMC specifications:
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3GPP TS 25.113 V4.4.0 (2002-12) ETSI EN 301 489-1/23 ETSI EN 301 908-1 V2.2.1 (2003-10) CE authentication

A.5 Lightning Protection Standards


The BTS3006C complies with the following lightning protection rules:
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AC power port (according to the external lightning protection equipment): 40 kA -48 V DC power port: 15 kA E1 port: 5 kA/10 kA Main node and 485 signal port: 3 kA/5 kA

A.6 Antenna Port and TMA: 8 kA/40 kA Safety Standard


The BTS safety standard: GB4943-1995.

A.7 Physical protection Standard


The physical protection features of the product: ITU-T recommendation K.11, K.20.

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A Antenna B Baseband BSS

Glossary

A device which radiates and/or receives radio signals. When working as a transmitter, it converts high frequency current to electromagnetic waves; when working as a receiver, it coverts electromagnetic waves to high frequency current.

Baseband is a form of modulation in which the information is applied directly onto the physical transmission medium. In GSM the Base Station System is a term given to a BSC (Base Station Controller) and the BTS (Base Transceiver Station) associated with it. The number of BTS associated with a BSC is dependent on the manufacturer. Although not mandatory, through interpretation of the Abis interface standard BTS and BSC employed within a BSS will always be supplied by the same manufacturer. The BSS is the physical equipment used to give radio coverage to a determined geographical zone called a cell. Functionally, a BSS is subdivided into BSC and BTS.

Base Transceiver Station

A Base Transceiver Station terminates the radio interface. It allows transmission of traffic and signaling across the air interface. The BTS includes the baseband processing, radio equipment, and the antenna.

C Cell Radio network object that can be uniquely identified by a User Equipment from a (cell) identification that is broadcasted over a geographical area from one UTRAN Access Point. A Cell is either FDD or TDD mode. A sine wave, whose bandwidth is much higher than the bandwidth of a signal and, which can be identified by amplitude, frequency, and phase.

Carrier

H Handover The transfer of a users connection from one radio channel to another (can be the same or different cell).

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R Receive diversity The most common type of diversity, where a mobile device uses two physically separate antennas to combine signals from the two antennas to reduce the impact of spatial variations in signal strength and thus increase the average data rate available - sometimes dramatically.

T TMA TRX A Tower Mounted Amplifier (TMA) is a lower noise amplifier installed close to the antenna. A transmitter and receiver housed together in a single unit and having some circuits in common, often for portable or mobile use.

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A AMR B BSC C CBUS

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Adaptive MultiRate

Base Station Controller

Control BUS

D DAFM DBMB DBUS DDCM DDPM DDRM DMCM DPSM DSCM DSEM Antenna Front-end Module for DDRM BTS BTS3006C Module Backplane Data BUS Double Combining Module for DDRM BTS Dual Duplexer Module for DDRM BTS Double transceivers Digital and Radio frequency Module Main Control Module for DDRM BTS Power Supply Module for DDRM BTS Single Combining Module for DDRM BTS DC SPD and EMI Module

E EDGE EFR Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution Enhanced full rate speech codec

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EGPRS EMI

Enhanced GPRS External Machine Interface

F FR Frame Relay

G GMSK GPRS GSM Gaussian Minimum Shift-frequency Keying General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile communications

H HR Half Rate

M MMI man-machine interactive

O OMC Operation and Maintenance Center

R RF RH Radio Frequency Relative Humidity

S SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

T TCH TMA Traffic Channel Tower Mounted Amplifier

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