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Nokia UItraSite EDGE
BaseStation InstaIIation
Training Document
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Contents
1 Introduction.......................................................................................... 5
1.1 Module objectives .................................................................................. 5
1 Requirements for InstaIIation and Operation..................................... 6
1.1 Working order ........................................................................................ 6
1.2 BTS delivery contents ............................................................................ 6
1.2.1 Cabinet delivery contents....................................................................... 7
1.2.2 Unit delivery contents........................................................................... 10
1.3 nstallation tools and equipment ........................................................... 11
2 Cabinet InstaIIation............................................................................ 14
2.1 Working order ...................................................................................... 14
2.2 Lifting the cabinet core......................................................................... 15
2.3 Mounting and anchoring the cabinets................................................... 16
2.3.1 Mounting and anchoring the indoor cabinet.......................................... 16
2.3.2 Mounting and anchoring the outdoor cabinet. ...................................... 17
2.4 nstalling the cabinet application kits .................................................... 20
2.4.1 installing the ndoor Application Kit (AKA) ........................................... 20
2.4.2 nstalling the Outdoor Application Kit (OAKA). ..................................... 22
3 Cabinet interfaces and cabIes........................................................... 28
3.1 Cabinet interface connectors and cables.............................................. 28
3.1.1 ndoor cabinet interfaces...................................................................... 28
3.1.2 Outdoor cabinet interfaces ................................................................... 29
3.1.3 nterface module board connectors...................................................... 30
3.1.4 Cabinet interface connectors and connector types............................... 32
3.1.5 Power connectors, cables and main fuses ........................................... 33
3.2 Routing cabinet interface cables .......................................................... 34
3.2.1 Routing ground cables ......................................................................... 34
3.2.2 Routing antenna cables ....................................................................... 35
3.3 Rotating and relocating the cabinet interfaces...................................... 36
3.3.1 Rotating the antenna box..................................................................... 36
3.3.2 Relocating the Cable Entry Kit. ............................................................ 37
3.4 Connecting power cables..................................................................... 38
3.4.1 Connecting AC Power.......................................................................... 38
3.4.2 Connecting DC Power.......................................................................... 40
3.5 Synchronising cabinets ........................................................................ 41
3.5.1 Ordering synchronisation cable kits...................................................... 41
3.5.2 nstalling synchronisation cable kits ..................................................... 41
4 Unit instaIIation.................................................................................. 43
4.1 Working order ...................................................................................... 43
4.2 Unit positions ....................................................................................... 43
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5 Combining options ............................................................................ 46
5.1 Cabinet configurations ......................................................................... 46
5.2 Combining options ............................................................................... 46
5.2.1 Combining By-pass.............................................................................. 47
5.2.2 2-Way Wideband Combining................................................................ 48
5.2.3 4-Way Wideband Combining................................................................ 50
5.2.4 Remote Tune Combining ..................................................................... 52
5.2.5 Dual Band Combining .......................................................................... 56
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1 Introduction
1.1 ModuIe objectives
At the end oI the module, the participant will be able to:
DeIine Nokia UltraSite Base Station requirements Ior Installation and
Operation.
Describe how to install Nokia UltraSite Base Station Cabinet.
Describe the Nokia UltraSite Base Station InterIace Cabling.
Describe the Nokia UltraSite Base Station Unit Installation.
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1 Requirements for InstaIIation and
Operation
This chapter describes how to install the Nokia UltraSite Base Station Indoor,
Outdoor, and Midi Indoor cabinets.
Thus, this chapter provides the Iollowing inIormation oI the indoor, Outdoor,
and Midi Indoor cabinet:
Working order
Cabinet delivery
Preparing the site
LiIting, mounting, and anchoring the cabinet
Installing the cabinet and cabinet application kits
1.1 Working order
To instaII the Nokia UItraSite BTS, proceed in the foIIowing working order:
1. Ensure the site is ready Ior cabinet installation.
2. Ensure the base has been properly prepared.
3. Unpack and inspect the contents oI the transportation delivery package.
4. Anchor the plinth to the base (optional Ior Indoor cabinet installation).
5. LiIt, mount, and anchor the cabinet core to the plinth (Ior Outdoor cabinet
installation) or directly to the base (Ior indoor cabinet installation).
6. Install the cabinet kit to the cabinet core.
1.2 BTS deIivery contents
The BTS transportation package contains the Iollowing:
Cabinet delivery.
Unit delivery.
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1.2.1 Cabinet deIivery contents
The cabinet delivery includes the Iollowing:
a cabinet core Ior the Indoor or Outdoor cabinet (CRMx)
a cabinet application kit (IAKx or OAKx)
cable kits (optional)
1.2.1.1 Cabinet core
The cabinet core houses the plug-in units and temperature control system. The
cabinet application kits deIine the type oI cabinet delivery (Indoor or Outdoor).
Figure 1 illustrates the cabinet core oI the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS Indoor
and Outdoor.
Figure .1: Cabinet core (Indoor or outdoor)
1.2.1.2 Cabinet appIication kits
Indoor AppIication kit
The Indoor Application Kit (IAKx) consists oI the Iollowing modules:
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a door
a rooI
required mounting hardware (Ieet)
Figure 2 illustrates the modules oI the IAKx with the cabinet core.
Cabinet core
(CRMx)
(4 places)
Lifting eye bolts,
optional (4 places)
KEY:
1. Feet
2. Roof
3. Door 1
2
3
Figure .2: Module of the AKx shown with the cabinet core.
Outdoor AppIication kit
The Outdoor Application Kit (OAKx) consists oI the Iollowing modules:
a plinth Ior one cabinet
a back wall
two side walls
a door Irame
a rooI
required mounting hardware
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You can also install an optional Heater unit (HETA) in the OAKx door.
Figure 3 illustrates the components oI the OAKx with the cabinet core.
KEY:
1. Back wall
2. Side wall
3. Door frame
4. Plinth
5. Roof
6. Door
3
2
1
2
4
6
5
Cabinet core
(CRMx)
Lifting eye bolts,
optional (4 places)
Antenna box
extension, optional
Figure .3: Modules of the OAKx shown with the cabinet core
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1.2.2 Unit deIivery contents
The units are not preinstalled in the cabinet.
Cable kits accompany the units in the BTS transportation package.
1.2.2.1 Common units
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS conIigurations contain the Iollowing common
units:
Base Operations and InterIaces unit (BOIx)
up to Iour Transmission units
up to two AC or three DC power supply units
1.2.2.2 AdditionaI units
The Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS Indoor and Outdoor cabinets can also contain
the Iollowing units:
up to 12 TRX RF units
up to six TRX Baseband units
combining units, optional
multicoupler units
dual variable gain duplex units
dual band duplex units
integrated WCDMA
Integrated Battery Backup
1.2.2.3 OptionaI units
The Iollowing units are optional Ior the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS Indoor and
Outdoor cabinets:
Bias Tee units (Bias-T)
Masthead AmpliIier units (MHA)
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1.3 InstaIIation tooIs and equipment
Note
Table 1 lists the European and US speciIications Ior standard tools and
equipment you will need during installation oI the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
Nokia does not include the tools and equipment in the BTS delivery package.
European specified US specified
Antistatic hand strap and cable
Automatic puncher to mark hole places
Cable cutters, 2.5-50 mm
2
8" electricians cable cutters
Cable stripper for 0.25 and 0.4 wire Generic standard electricians wire
strippers
Cable stripper for 2.5 to 50 mm
2
Cable stripping knife Klein, deal, etc.
Cable ties for routing cables
Calliper square, 160 mm Generic 6" square, adjustable
Coaxial cable stripper for 75 C transmission cables
Combi ring-ended spanner, 7 mm, 8
mm, 9 mm, 10 mm, 11 mm, 12 mm, 13
mm, 15 mm, 17 mm
Metric combination wrench set
Drill with Screwdriver bit set, 16 pcs Drill, " drive
hex drive
Crimping tool for grounding cable shoes
Drill bit set, 1 ... 13 mm Generic
Extension cord 115 VAC
Flashing, pocket lamp or torch Flashlight, Maglite
Grounding kit Generic
Hammer Generic 1.5"
Hammer drill, 12.0*260 Drill bit, " x 10
nsulated wrench for installing batteries
nsulated side cutters
Ladder
Lifting eye bolts, 4 pcs, M12 (optional)
Marker pen or compatible tool
Multimeter, Fluke 77 or equal
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European specified US specified
Pliers:
Electric nosepliers, 115 mm
Flatnose pliers, 210 mm
Multigrip pliers, 250 mm
Pliers:
4.5" needlenose pliers
8" standard pliers
10" vise-grips
Right angle 10" right angle or equal
Safety glasses
Scissors, Fiskars 9891 or equal
Screwdriver set:
flathead
crosshead
SMA torque wrench 1 Nm (0.74 ft-lb) / 0.45 Nm (0.33 ft-lb)
Socket wrench and sets:
Socket wrench (10 19 mm) and
extension socket
Socket sets, metric " drive
Socket sets, metric " drive
Spring level for measuring if BTS is level
to ground
Basic level
Tape measure, 3 m and 5 m Generic metric/standard readings, 10
ft and 16 ft
TORX screwdriver set, TX 20 for unit installation
Table 1: Standard installation tools
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TooI Function
Radial tool: R282.281.000 and
positioner R282.967.034
Radial connectors D-9/BQ (120 C)
Rosenberger crimping tool: 11W150-000
Rosemberger tool: 11W150-7R9 for
cable TWC-124-1A
Rosenberger tool: 11W150-7W2 for
cable Belden 8132
Rosenberger connectors D-9/BQ (120
C)
Crimping tool: AGK2353 with crimp
inserts for cables RG179 B/U, RG187
A/U: AGK 2709
or
Crimping tool: AGK2365 with crimp
inserts for cables RG179 B/U, RG187
A/U: AGK 2727
SMB/BT43 (75 C) with cable RG 179
B/U, RG 187 A/U
Table 2: nstallation tools for external transmission cables
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2 Cabinet InstaIIation
This chapter describes the tasks required Ior the installation oI Nokia UltraSite
EDGE BTS.
2.1 Working order
To instaII a cabinet, proceed in the foIIowing working order:
1. Prepare the site Ior cabinet installation.
2. Prepare the base Ior the cabinet.
3. Unpack and inspect the contents oI the transportation delivery package.
4. Anchor the plinth to the base (optional Ior Indoor cabinet installation).
5. Screw the Ieet into the threaded holes at the bottom oI the cabinet core
(indoor cabinet only) as shown in Iigure 4. The Iour Ieet are modules oI
the IAKx.
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Foot
(4 places)
Cabinet core placed horizontally
with front facing upwards
Threaded hole
(4 places)
Figure .4: installing the AKx feet to the core cabinet.
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6. LiIt, mount, and anchor the cabinet core to the plinth (outdoor cabinet) or
mount directly on the base (indoor cabinet).
7. Install the cabinet kit (IAKx or OAKx) to the cabinet core.
8. Rotate or relocate the top external interIaces (antenna box or cable entry
block) iI necessary.
9. Install any optional units (HETA).
10. Inspect the cabinet to ensure it is level.
2.2 Lifting the cabinet core
This chapter describes how to liIt an empty cabinet core. II you are using a
mechanical liIting device, Nokia recommends you use liIting eyebolts. Use all
Iour liIting points on the cabinet top. The liIting points will support the weigh oI
an empty cabinet.
To Iift the cabinet core using the Iifting eye boIts:
1. Screw one M12 (1/2 in.) liIting eye bolt into each corner oI the cabinet
core.
2. Attach the liIting ropes to the liIting eyebolts as shown in Figure 5.
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Lifting eye bolts
(4 places)
DIN 580 M12
Minimum
800 (31.5)
To lifting device
NOTE: Dimensions mm (in.)
Figure .5: Lifting the cabinet with lifting eyebolts.
3. CareIully liIt the cabinet core.
4. Position the cabinet on the base (Indoor cabinet) or plinth (Outdoor
cabinet).
5. Remove the liIting ropes and the liIting eye bolts.
2.3 Mounting and anchoring the cabinets
2.3.1 Mounting and anchoring the indoor cabinet
The Indoor cabinet mounts to the base and rests on the Iour IAKx Ieet. You can
also anchor the Indoor cabinet directly to the base to ensure stability.
To mount the cabinet core on the base:
1. Ensure the Ieet are attached to the bottom oI the cabinet core.
2. Mount the cabinet core on the base.
3. Use a Spirit level to veriIy that the cabinet core is level.
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4. Adjust the Ieet oI the cabinet core, iI necessary.
To anchor the cabinet core to the base (optionaI):
1. Mark the anchor holes on the base with a paint marker or comparable
tool.
2. Drill the anchor holes marked on the base and clear any debris.
3. Align the cabinet core with the anchor holes in the base and adjust, iI
necessary.
4. Use a Spirit level to veriIy that the cabinet core is level.
5. Insert the anchor bolts in the anchor holes.
6. Secure the nuts and washers to the anchor bolts.
7. Adjust the Ieet oI the cabinet core, iI necessary.
8. VeriIy the cabinet core is still level.
Adjustable
foot
Cabinet
core
Nuts
Screw
anchor
Screw
anchor
Mounting
base
Figure .6: Anchoring the ndoor cabinet to the base
2.3.2 Mounting and anchoring the outdoor cabinet.
Mount the Outdoor cabinet to the plinth and then anchor the plinth to the base.
Remember to prepare the base beIore anchoring the plinth.
To prepare the base for pIinth instaIIation:
1. Ensure the base is strong enough to withstand the weight oI the BTS and
other equipment.
2. Paint the base, iI necessary.
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3. Position the plinth on the base according to the site plan. Ensure there is
25mm clearance between plinths iI installing more than one cabinet.
4. Mark the anchor holes on the base (see Figure 7) through the plinth
anchor hole with a paint marker or comparable tool.
5. Remove the plinth Irom the base beIore drilling anchor holes.
6. Drill the anchor holes in the base and careIully remove any debris.
To anchor the pIinth to the base:
1. Place the plinth on the base over anchor holes.
2. Insert the anchor bolts in the anchor holes.
3. Adjust the anchor bolts, iI necessary.
4. Secure the plinth to the base with washers.
5. Ensure the washers cover the anchor holes.
6. Use shims between the base and the plinth to level the cabinet, iI
necessary.
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Plinth
Note
Mounting
base
Nut
Mounting
base
Screw
anchor
Plinth secured to
concrete slab/base
Plinth secured to
steel angle base
Note: This dimension not to exceed 27 mm (1.1 in.)
Figure 7: anchoring the plinth to the base
To anchor the outdoor cabinet to the pIinth:
1. LiIt and align the cabinet core with the anchor bolts in the plinth.
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2. Use a Spirit level to veriIy that the cabinet core is level. II the cabinet is
not level, insert shims under the cabinet.
3. Adjust the anchor bolts and cabinet core as necessary.
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Mechanics
Plinth
(Secured to base/slab)
Figure 8: anchor holes in plinth and Outdoor cabinet.
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2.4 InstaIIing the cabinet appIication kits
2.4.1 instaIIing the Indoor AppIication Kit (IAKA)
InstaIIing the roof:
1. Install the two door hinges to the two sets oI Iixing points on the leIt or
right Iront oI the cabinet core.
2. LiIt the door and engage the pins oI the door to the hinge pins on the
Iront oI the cabinet core.
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Hinge
Hinge
Cabinet door
Top
Core
Mechanics
Figure 9: installing the AKA roof to the cabinet core
To instaII the door:
1. Loosely insert the Iour M12 bolts into the Iour Iixing points on the top oI
the cabinet core
2. Place the rooI on the top oI the cabinet core and align the Iront oI the rooI
and the Iront oI the cabinet core
3. Align the Iour Iixing points on the rooI with the Iour Iixing points on the
top oI the cabinet core.
4. Slide the guides oI the rooI over the M12 bolts oI the cabinet core.
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5. Secure the rooI in place by tightening the Iour M12 bolts through the
access holes in the rooI.
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S
S
S
Roof
Core
Mechanics
Core
Mechanics
Roof
A
A
A
A
Note:
S = Bolt location
A = Bolt access
Figure 10: nstalling the AKx roof to the cabinet core
2.4.2 InstaIIing the Outdoor AppIication Kit (OAKA).
Working order to instaII the Outdoor AppIication kit to the cabinet core:
1. Install the plinth.
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2. Install the two sidewalls.
3. Install the doorIrame.
4. Install the back wall.
5. Install the rooI.
6. Install the door.
2.4.2.1 InstaIIing the side waIIs
The two outdoor application kit sidewalls secure to the leIt and right oI the
cabinet core. The sidewalls do not have top and bottom orientations. The
installation oI the sidewalls is shown in Iigure 11.
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Screw location 1 Screw location 1
Screw location 2
Screw location 3
Screw location 4
See note
NOTE:
One side panel to be turned end over end
relative to other, to allow both slotted flanges
on sides to align with rear of CRMA
Figure 11: installing the OAKA sidewalls to the cabinet core.
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2.4.2.2 InstaIIing the door frame
The OAKA door Irame installs on the Iront oI the cabinet core. The installation
oI the doorIrame is shown in Iigure 12.
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Door Frame
NOTE:
S = Screw through door frame
and side wall into captive-nuts
on CRMx, 5 per side
S
S
S
S
S
Figure 12: installing OAKA doorframe to the cabinet core.
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2.4.2.3 InstaIIing the back waII
The OAKA back wall secures to the back panel oI the cabinet core. The
installation oI the back wall is shown in Iigure 13.
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Back Wall
Slot
Tab
Strut
Hook tab/slot over
strut in side panel.
(3 places)
Figure 13: installing the OAKA back wall to the cabinet core.
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2.4.2.4 InstaIIing the door
The OAKA door installs on the Iront oI the cabinet core. The installation oI the
door is shown in Iigure 14. Nokia provides the choice oI right or leIt-hand door
orientation. This installation requires a minimum oI two installation personnel.
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Door
Upper hinge pin
(lower hinge pin identical)
Hole for lower
hinge pin
Note: Lower hinge pin,
not visible in this view
Figure 14: installation of the door.
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2.4.2.5 InstaIIing the roof
Figure 15 displays the rooI oI the OAKA. The OAKA rooI consists oI the
Iollowing modules:
a rooI support assembly
a rooI
Roof
Roof hinge pin,
spring-loaded (2x)
Roof support
assembly
Figure 15: roof of the OAKA
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3 Cabinet interfaces and cabIes
3.1 Cabinet interface connectors and cabIes
3.1.1 Indoor cabinet interfaces
Cabinet
interface
External
Q1
EAC
Site Support
interface
EMC shield box
12 TX/RX Antennas
(also 6 on back)
as required
Abis interface
access to
Transmission unit
DC Power
input - right side
(optional AC Power
input - Left side)
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Figure 16: indoor top external interfaces
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3.1.2 Outdoor cabinet interfaces
Nokia recommends using outdoor-rated cables and connectors and waterprooI
interIace connections Ior the Outdoor cabinet.
Cabinet
interface
External
Q1
EAC
Site Support
interface
EMC shield box
12 TX/RX Antennas
on back or sides
as required
Abis interface
access to
Transmission unit
DC Power
input - right side
(optional AC Power
input - Left side)
Figure 17: outdoor cabinet interfaces
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3.1.3 Interface moduIe board connectors
Figure 18 illustrates the Iront mounted connectors oI the InterIace Module
(IFM) board.
Cabinet
interface
Input/Output
D-15, female D-9, female D-37, female
External interface
External Alarms Inputs
Control Outputs
Q1_1, Q1_2, Q1_SSS
EXT. ALARMS INPUT Q1_1
Q1_SSS CABINET OUTPUT
CABINET INPUT EXT. ALARMS INPUT/CONTROL OUTPUT
IFM
Q1_2
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20
19
37
1
9
8
15
1
6
5
9
Figure 18: FM board (front-mounted connectors).
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Figure 19 illustrates the rear-mounted connectors oI the IFM board
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(Back)
X10, (IBBU
D-9, female)
X6, (bias- tee
D-15, female)
X5
(common backplane,
D-37, female) CRMx, no top front
cover or AC filter
1
1
1 6
5 9
9
8
15
20
19 37
Figure 19: FM board (rear-mounted connectors).
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3.1.4 Cabinet interface connectors and connector types
Table 3 lists the interIace connectors and connector types.
Interface Connector VaIue Connector Type
AC Power nput Phoenix clamp
DC Power nput Phoenix clamp
Earthing (grounding) single M8 screw (Europe)
two M5 screw (US & Canada)
TX/RX-antenna 6+6 optional
Max. 47dBm / TRX
7/16 (DN) female flange mount
Cabinet Output RS-485 D-9 pin female
Cabinet nput RS-485 D-9 pin female
External Alarms nput TTL D-37 pin female or optional screw latch
External Alarm nput /
Control Output
TTL D-37 pin female or optional screw latch
LMP (used for
MM/LMT)
RS-232 at BO front
panel
D-9 pin female
13 MHz test clock at BO front panel 50 C SMB female
Test FCLK at BO front panel 50 C SMB female
Test/monitor interface BO unit LVTTL &
RS-232
D-25 female
Q1_1 RS-485 D-9 pin female
Q1_2 RS-485 D-9 pin female
Q1_SSS RS-485 D-9 pin female
BBU RS-485 D-9 pin female
Table 3: Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS interface connectors
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3.1.5 Power connectors, cabIes and main fuses
Table 4 presents the requirements Ior power supply cables and the connector
types Ior Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
Power suppIy type VaIue Fuse Rate Connector Type
AC supply with ground
(PWSA, BBU, SSU)
166 to 276 V 25 A per
conductor
Phoenix connector, 15-6 mm
2
(#6-10 AWG).
Recommended 15 mm
2
(#6 AWG)
DC supply -36 to 60 V 172 A per
conductor
Phoenix connector, 16-50 mm
2
(#4-1 AWG).
Recommended 35 mm
2
(#2 AWG)
Grounding (earthing) >10 C Busbar, 8mm single hole lug (Europe) or 5
mm two hole lug (Bellcore)
Table 4 : Power supply cables and connector types
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3.2 Routing cabinet interface cabIes
This section describes how to route the cable connections, including ground and
power supply cables Ior the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
3.2.1 Routing ground cabIes
Figure 20 illustrates how to ground (earth) the cabinet.
Cabinet
ground cable
Cabinet
ground cable
CRMA back
Antenna box
NOTE: M8/M5 bolts/nuts provided to
accommodate different types of ground lugs
M8
M5
Ground nut
Ground bolt
Ground lug
Top view of cabinet Side view of cabinet
Cabinet
ground cable
Back cover
Antenna box
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Figure 20: Grounding (earthling) the cabinet
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3.2.2 Routing antenna cabIes
Figure 21 illustrates how to route antenna cables inside the cabinet Irom the
antenna box to the unit Iront panel.
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Antenna feeds, (max. 12)
lengths: 1.4M, 1,7M, 2.0M
provided
Antenna cables routed beneath
power supply filters and into
antenna box
Cable clamp,
upper
DC PWS filter
AC PSU filter
(optional)
Antenna cable excess length
must be looped and stowed
to facilitate cable routing in
antenna box (Note 3)
NOTES:
1. Cabinet details and plug-in units not shown
2. When using DU2x in OAKA, DU2x mounts directly
to inside of antenna box and antenna cables connect
to DU2x
3. Minimum antenna bend radius is 25 mm (1.0 in.)
Antenna cable connector,
female, secured from outside
of panel (Note 2)
DVxx
or (RTxx)
Antenna connector,
male
Antenna box, top removed
to show cable routing
Cable clamp,
lower
Figure 21: general routing of antenna cables in the cabinet
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3.3 Rotating and reIocating the cabinet interfaces
This section describes how to rotate and relocate the cabinet interIaces Ior the
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
3.3.1 Rotating the antenna box
Figure 22 illustrates how to rotate the antenna box so that you can route antenna
Ieeder cables to the leIt, right, or back oI the cabinet.
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Rotate as required
Remove
antenna box
Note: OAKx antenna box shown,
process is same for IAKx
Re-install
antenna box
Figure 22: rotating the antenna box (indoor or outdoor cabinet)
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3.3.2 ReIocating the CabIe Entry Kit.
Figure 23 illustrates the modules oI the Cable Entry Kit. The cable entry blocks
are made oI elastic material and accommodate varying cable diameters. Use the
Cable Entry Kit to route antenna, power, ground, and signal cables.
Nut (6x)
Cable entry
bracket
Cable entry
block, 6 sections
Captive
bolt (6x)
Strain relief
(24x)
Top of cabinet with
roof removed, antenna box
represented w/broken lines
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Figure 23: The Cable Entry Kit shown at the back of the Outdoor cabinet
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3.4 Connecting power cabIes
3.4.1 Connecting AC Power
The recommended cross-section oI cable connecting to the AC terminal block is
13.3 mm 2 (Ilexible stranded #6 AWG). The AC terminal block is rated to
accept cable Irom 10 mm
2
to 16 mm
2
. The dimension oI the cable cross-section
must meet national, state, and local regulations.
Figure 24 illustrates how to connect Single Phase AC power to the Nokia
UltraSite EDGE BTS. The minimum voltage Ior the USA and Canada is
208VLL
L1
L2
L3
N
PE AC Power
input cable
Shorting bar
NOTE: Power input wiring must adhere to local codes.
L1, L2, L3 (Short Circuited)=Phase 1
N= Phase 2, PE= Ground
Figure 24: Connecting single phase AC power to the BTS
To connect SingIe Phase AC power to the BTS (for USA and Canada):
1. Check that the cabinet is properly earthed (grounded).
2. Cut the AC power cable to expose the three internal cables.
3. Strip about 1.25 cm (.5 in.) oII each oI the three wires.
4. Turn the screws to the leIt to open the L1, L2, L3, N and PE Phoenix
connector terminals.
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5. Insert the stripped ground (earth) wire into the PE connector. Turn the
screw to the right to close the connector.
6. Insert the shorting bar and turn the screw to the right to close the L1 and
L2 connectors.
7. Insert one stripped live wire into the N connector. Close the connector
and insert the other stripped live wire into the L3 connector. Turn the
screw to the right to the close connector.
8. Insert the stripped live Phase 2 (L1) wire into the L3 connector. Turn the
screw the right to the close connector.
To connect Three Phase AC power to the BTS (Europe):
1. Ensure the cabinet is properly earthed (grounded).
2. Cut the AC power cable to expose the Iive internal wires.
3. Strip about 1.25 cm (.5 in.) oII each oI the Iive wires.
4. Turn the screw to the leIt to open the L1, L2, L3, N, and PE Phoenix
connector terminals.
5. Insert the stripped ground (earth) wire into the PE connector. Turn the
screw to the right to close the connector.
6. Insert the stripped neutral wire into the N connector. Turn the screw to
the right to the close connector.
7. Insert the stripped live wires into the L1, L2, and L3 connectors. Turn the
screw to the right to the close
connector
L1
L2
L3
N
PE AC Power
input cable
NOTE: Power input wiring must adhere to local codes.
L1= Phase 1, L2= Phase 2, L3= Phase 3
N= Neutral, PE= Ground
Figure 25: Connecting Three Phase AC power to the BTS
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3.4.2 Connecting DC Power
The maximum cross-section oI cable connecting to the DC terminal block is 50
mm
2
. The minimum cable cross-section is 33.62 mm 2 (Ilexible stranded #2
AWG). The dimension oI the cable cross-section must meet national, state, and
local regulations.
To connect DC power to the BTS:
1. Check that the cabinet is properly earthed (grounded).
2. Strip about 2.5 cm (1 in.) oII the || and |-| DC cables.
3. Turn the screws to the leIt to open the () V48 RTN and (-) V48 N
Phoenix connector terminals.
4. Insert the stripped blue |-| wire into the (-) V48 N connector. Turn the
screw to the right to close the connector.
5. Insert the stripped black || wire into the V48 RTN connector. Turn the
screw to the right to close the connector
DC Power
input cable
(+)
V 48RTN
V 48N
(-)
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.
Figure 26: connecting DC power to the BTS
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3.5 Synchronising cabinets
This part describes how to synchronize Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS to another
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS with synchronization cable kit.
3.5.1 Ordering synchronisation cabIe kits.
Table 5 lists the synchronization cable kit (070366xx) available Ior the Nokia
UltraSite EDGE BTS.
CabIe code Connector type From connector To connector CabIe Iength
993872xx D 15 male Cabinet Output Cabinet nput Customer specific
Table 5: cabinet-to-cabinet synchronisation cable kit
3.5.2 InstaIIing synchronisation cabIe kits
Figure 27 illustrates how to synchronize multiple cabinets using the
synchronization cable kit. The Iirst cabinet in the synchronization chain serves
as the master clock and all other cabinets are the slave clocks.
To synchronize two or more UItraSite BTSs:
1. Plug the synchronization cable oI the master cabinet into the connector
labeled CABINET OUTPUT.
2. Plug the other end oI the synchronization cable into the destination
cabinet connector labeled CABINET INPUT (see Figure 27).
3. II required, repeat steps 1 and 2 to chain additional slave cabinets.
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Synchronisation
cable
Front view
Master cabinet
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EXT. ALARMS INPUT Q1_1 Q1_SSS CABINET OUTPUT
CABINET INPUT EXT. ALARMS INPUT/CONTROL OUTPUT Q1_2
IFM
Figure 27: Synchronising multiple cabinets.
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4 Unit instaIIation
This chapter gives general instructions on installing the units oI the Nokia
UltraSite EDGE BTS.
4.1 Working order
The Iollowing is the recommended task list Ior the installation oI Nokia
UltraSite EDGE BTS units.
To instaII units to the BTS, proceed in the foIIowing working order:
1. VeriIy that the installation tools are available on site.
2. Store the unit in the delivery package until installation.
3. PerIorm the installation tasks according to the instructions in this
document.
4. AIter installing the units, keep some oI the packing material Ior returning
units and recycle the remaining material.
4.2 Unit positions
The Nokia SiteWizard HW ConIiguration report gives instructions on how to
correctly position plug-in units in the cabinet. Figure 28 and Figure 29 illustrate
the position oI plug-in units in the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
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1 Transceiver unit (TSxx)
2 2-way Receiver Multicoupler unit (M2xx)
3 Transceiver Baseband unit (BB2x)
4 Base Operations and nterfaces unit (BOx)
5 Transmission unit (VXxx)
6 Wideband Combiner unit (WCxx)
7 Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter unit (DVxx)
8 DC/DC Power Supply unit (PWSB)
9 6-way Receiver Multicoupler unit (M6xx)
10 Remote Tune Combiner unit (RTxx)
11 AC/DC Power Supply unit (PWSA)
12 Bias Tee unit (BPxx)
13 Dual Band Duplex Filter unit (DU2x)
3
3
5
5
4
4
8
11 11
8 8
7
7
7
7
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
10
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6
6
6
12 or 13
12 or 13
Figure 28: Positioning plug-in units of the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS
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KEY:
1 Transceiver unit (TSxx)
2 2-way Receiver Multicoupler unit (M2xx)
3 Transceiver Baseband unit (BB2x)
4 Base Operations and nterfaces unit (BOx)
5 Transmission unit (VXxx)
6 Dual Variable Gain Duplex Filter unit (DVxx)
7 DC/DC Power Supply unit (PWSB)
8 Rectifier unit (BATx)
9 Battery unit for BBU (BBAx)
10 AC/DC Distribution unit for BBU (ADUx)
11 Cabinet Control unit (CCUx)
12 Bias Tee unit (BPxx)
13 Dual Band Duplex Filter unit (DU2x)
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
8
8
8
8
7 7
12 or 13
7
3 5 4
9
9
10
11
2
2
2
6
6
6
BTS
components
BBU
components
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Figure 29: Positioning plug-in units of the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS with BBU
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5 Combining options
This chapter provides illustrations oI various cabinet conIigurations and
combining options Ior the Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS.
5.1 Cabinet configurations
222, DVxx, Combining By-pass, IBBU
666, DVxx, 2-Way Wideband Combining, IBBU
121212, DVxx, 4-Way Wideband Combining
666, Remote Tune Combining, IBBU
121212, Remote Tune Combining
Omni, Remote Tune Combining, IBBU
888, 444, Dual Band with 2-Way Wideband Combining
Nokia recommends that only properly trained and authorized personnel perIorm installation,
cabling, commissioning, and maintenance operations on any Nokia BTS.
5.2 Combining options
Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS supports various combining options. You can
conIigure Nokia UltraSite EDGE BTS very Ilexibly using the Iollowing
combining principles:
Combining By-pass: no combining used.
Wideband Combining (WBC):
2-Way WBC: signals Irom two TSxx units are combined to one
antenna, using one WCxx unit.
4-Way WBC: signals Irom Iour TSxx units combine to one
antenna, using two parallel WCxx units in series with a single
WCxx unit.
Remote Tune Combining (RTC):
signals Irom 6 TSxx units combine to one antenna with one RTxx
unit.
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with two RTxx units, 12 TRxx units connect to two antennas (no
separate antenna Ior RX diversity needed)
Dual Band Combining:
GSM 900 and GSM 1800 units operate in the same cabinet
You can use any oI the combining options above within each band.
DU2x can combine RF signals into dualband antennas (optional)
Terminate unused RX outputs and use dust caps Ior any unused antenna ports.
5.2.1 Combining By-pass
Figure 30 shows the detailed cable connections Ior a two TSxx sector with
combining by-pass and 2-way diversity.
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
ANT 1
ANT 2
X 1
TX 2
TX 1
Warning! The weight of
this unit is over 10kg
RX 2
RX 1
RX 2ext
RX 1ext
R (FLT)
Y (ALM)
G (OPR)
RX
N
RX1
RX2
DRX1
DRX2
DRX
N
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#993797xx
Antenna: TX/RX 1,
Diversity RX 2
Antenna: TX/RX 2,
Diversity RX 1
NOTE: Antenna cables may be: 993744xx,
993937xx or 993936xx, depending on Dvxx location
#993856xx
(2 places)
#993857xx
(6 places)
Figure 30 : Combining By-pass sector
5.2.1.1 The 2+2+2, DVxx, Combining By-pass, IBBU configuration
Figure 31 shows the cabinet-level cable connections Ior a 222, by-pass
combining conIiguration with IBBU.
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Figure 31: 2+2+2 DVxx, Combining By-pass, BBU configuration
5.2.2 2-Way Wideband Combining
Figure 32 shows the detailed cable connections Ior a Iour TSxx sector with 2-
Way wideband combining and 2-Way diversity.
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RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
TX2 TX OUT TX1
TX2 TX OUT TX1
RX
N
RX1
RX2
DRX1
DRX2
DRX
N
RX
N
RX1
RX2
DRX1
DRX2
DRX
N
Dvxx to RFU Backplane
#993797xx
Antenna: TX/RX 1,
Diversity RX 2,
Antenna: TX/RX 2,
Diversity RX 1
ANT 1
ANT 2
X 1
TX 2
TX 1
Warning! The weight of
this unit is over 10kg
RX 2
RX 1
RX 2ext
RX 1ext
R (FLT)
Y (ALM)
G (OPR)
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#993856xx
(4 places)
#993857xx
(12 places)
#993747xx
(2 places)
NOTE: Antenna cables may be: 993744xx,
993937xx or 993936xx, depending on Dvxx location
Figure 32: 2-Way Wideband Combining sector
5.2.2.1 The 6+6+6, DVxx, 2-Way Wideband Combining IBBU configuration
Figure 33 shows the cabinet-level cable connections Ior a 666, Dual duplex
Iilter units, and 2-Way wideband combining with IBBU.
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Figure 33: 6+6+6, DVxx, 2-Way Wideband Combining, BBU configuration
5.2.3 4-Way Wideband Combining
Figure 34 shows the detailed cable connections Ior an eight TSxx sector with
dual variable gain duplex Iiltering and 4-Way wideband combining.
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RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5
RX6
RX
N
DRX1
DRX2
DRX3
DRX4
DRX5
DRX6
DRX
N
TX1 TX OUT TX2
TX1 TX OUT TX2
TX1 TX OUT TX2
TX1 TX OUT TX2
TX1 TX OUT TX2
TX1 TX OUT TX2
ANT 1
ANT 2
X 1
TX 2
TX 1
Warning! The weight of
this unit is over 10kg
RX 2
RX 1
RX 2ext
RX 1ext
R (FLT)
Y (ALM)
G (OPR)
RX
N
RX1
RX2
DRX1
DRX2
DRX
N
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
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DVxx to RFU Backplane
#993797xx
*Antenna: TX/RX
*Antenna: TX/RX
#993856xx
(4 places)
NOTE: Unlabeled cables are #993857xx
(24 places)
#993747xx
(6 places)
*Antenna cables may be: 993744xx,
993937xx or 993936xx, depending Dvxx location
Figure 34: 4-Way Wideband Combining sector
5.2.3.1 The 12+12+12, DVxx, 4-Way Wideband Combining configuration
Figure 35 shows the cabinet-level cable connections Ior a 121212, Dual
Duplex unit with 4-Way wideband combining.
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Figure 35: 12+12+12 DVxx, 4-Way Wideband Combining configuration
5.2.4 Remote Tune Combining
Figure 36 shows the Remote Tune Combining conIiguration.
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RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
RX
TX
DV
RX
Dvxx to RFU Backplane
#993741XA
#993856xx
NOTE: Unlabeled cables are #993857xx
(18 places)
*Antenna: TX/RX
*Antenna: Diversity RX
RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5
RX6
RX
N
DRX1
DRX2
DRX3
DRX4
DRX5
DRX6
DRX
N
TX 1
TX 2
TX 3
TX 4
RESET
R(FLT)
Y(ALM)
G(OPR)
TX 5
TX 6
RX RXExt
P
W
R

N
DAnt
Ant
DRX
WARNNG! The weight of
this unit is over 10kg
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*Antenna cables may be: 993744xx,
993937xx or 993936xx, depending on Dvxx location
Figure 36: Remote Tune Combining
5.2.4.1 6+6+6, RTC, IBBU configuration
Figure 37 shows the detailed cable connections Ior three 6-TSxx sectors with
remote tune combining and IBBU.
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Figure 37: 6+6+6, RTC, BBU configuration
5.2.4.2 The 12+12+12, RTC
Figure 38 shows the detailed cable connections Ior three 12-TSxx sectors with
remote tune combining and 2-Way diversity.
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Figure 38: 12+12+12, RTC configuration
5.2.4.3 The 6 Omni, RTC, IBBU configuration
Figure 39 shows the detailed cable connections Ior a six TSxx sector with
remote tune combining and IBBU.
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Figure 39: 6 Omni, RTC configuration, BBU
5.2.5 DuaI Band Combining
5.2.5.1 The 8+8+8, 4+4+4 DuaI Band configuration with 2-Way WBC
Figure 40 shows the detailed cable connections Ior a six TSxx sector with dual
band and 2-Way wide band combining.
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Figure 40: 8+8+8, 4+4+4 Dual Band Combining configuration