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MHA specifications summary

DC interface specifications in Current Alarm Mode MDGA_v2 1800 Parameters Details Auto Detect MHA CS7299111.02 Product Code Gain TX Return Loss 32dB 18dB

MDGA_v2 900

Parameters Details Auto Detect MHA CS7299111.02

32dB

18dB

MDGA_v1 900

Parameters Details Manual Settings 471443A.101

32dB

18dB

TIAX 900

Parameters Details Manual Settings TMA004571V1

15dB

18dB

WMHD 2100

Parameters Details Auto Detect 471443A.103 471443A.101

12dB

18dB

WMHB 2100

Parameters Details Partially Manual CS72995.05

12dB

18dB

WMHC 2100

Parameters Details Partially Manual 470057A

12dB

18dB

The MHA has an operational current 'window' and providing the current consumed is within this window and within the specified DC voltage range, the MHA operates correctly. When the monitored MHA current consumption is outside this window, an MHA alarm is activated. An MHA alarm is triggered if the MHA Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) is defective or outside the operational limits. Note If open or high impedance exists along the antenna line supplying the MHA DC supply, this indicates a VSWR alarm condition.

Main RX Return Loss 18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

Div Operational current range Alarm current range 300 mA - 750 mA

Operational voltage range BTS 1 BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 7 to 13VDC 12v 12v BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 12v BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 12v

Max continuous cur

800 mA - 900 mA 1000 mA

18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 7 to 13VDC 12v

300 mA - 750 mA

800 mA - 900 mA 1000 mA

18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 7 to 13VDC 12v

300 mA - 750 mA

800 mA - 900 mA 1000 mA

18dB / 14dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 10 to 15VDC 12v

NA NA BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 12v BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 12v BTS 2 7 to 13VDC 12v BTS Power

250 mA Div NA

80 mA to 195

1000 mA

18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 7 to 13VDC 12v

100 mA - 190 mA

230 - 295 mA 350 mA

18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 7 to 13VDC 12v

100 mA - 190 mA

230 - 295 mA 350 mA

18dB / 12dB in Bypass mode

BTS 1 7 to 13VDC 12v BTS Passthrough

100 mA - 190 mA

230 - 295 mA 350 mA

g the current consumed is within this A operates correctly. When the monitored alarm is activated.

(LNA) is defective or outside the

pplying the MHA DC supply, this indicates a

BTS Settings 775mA

Notes Both BTS1 &2 ports need to be powered when in use

775mA

Both BTS1 &2 ports need to be powered when in use

775mA

Both BTS1 &2 ports need to be powered manuall when in use

300mA

Only BTS1 port to be manualy powered

215mA

Auto power settings

215mA

Auto power settings

215mA

Only BTS2 port to be powered when in Current window mode. Only BTS1 port to be powered when in AISG mode (not used) You can also select "Feeder Voltage" to Automatic