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LTE BTS (R05) Configuration Guide
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About This Document
Overview
TMA (Tower Mounted Amplifier) currently can be divided into DTMA (Dual Tower Mounted Amplifier) and MTMA (Multiband Tower Mounted Amplifier). This document provides guidance for configuring the TMA in Huawei LTE base transceiver stations (BTSs). This document describes how to configure MML commands only for DBS3900 LTE V100R005C00SPC360.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
  

Field engineers Maintenance engineers Network planners

Application Scenario
The TMA configurations are applicable to the following scenarios:
 

Site deployment TMA reconfiguration due to device faults

Change History
Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in earlier issues. 02 (2013-02-07) It is the second official release. Compared with the initial release, the second release was changed as follows:

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Item Full-text

Description Update MML command for versions V100R005 MML command. Add MTMA configuration instructions.

01 (2011-12-24) This issue is the first official release.

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Contents
About This Document ......................................................................................................................ii 1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Configuration Description ............................................................................................................................. 1 1.2 Description of SNs of MTMA ........................................................................................................................ 2

2 Typical Configurations .................................................................................................................. 4
2.1 Turning On the TMA Power Switch ............................................................................................................. 4 2.2 Querying the Actual TMA Current .............................................................................................................. 5 2.3 Scanning TMAs .............................................................................................................................................. 6 2.4 Adding a TMA ................................................................................................................................................ 7 2.5 Setting an Attenuation Factor for the Receiving Channel .......................................................................... 9

A Appendix ...................................................................................................................................... 11
A.1 TMA Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................... 11 A.1.1 Querying the TMA Configuration Information .............................................................................. 11 A.1.2 Loading TMA Software ..................................................................................................................... 12 A.1.3 Resetting a TMA ................................................................................................................................ 12 A.1.4 Configuring the Operating Mode and Gain of a TMA ................................................................... 13 A.1.5 Querying the Operating Mode, Gain, and Online Status of a TMA .............................................. 14 A.1.6 Querying the TMA Versions .............................................................................................................. 15 A.1.7 Querying the Supported Gain Range ............................................................................................... 15 A.1.8 Deleting a TMA .................................................................................................................................. 16 A.1.9 Turning Off the Power switch of the RRU RET Port...................................................................... 16 A.2 Current Alarm Threshold Reference Table ............................................................................................... 18 A.3 Acronyms and Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................... 19

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1.1 Configuration Description

Overview

You can configure a TMA for a LTE BTS by running man-machine language (MML) commands in the local maintenance terminal (LMT). Figure 1-1 shows the main user interface (UI) of the LMT for configuring and maintaining a TMA. Figure 1-1 Main UI of the LMT for configuring and maintaining a TMA

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1 3 4

1: MML command navigation area 3: Command editing area

2: Command export area 4: Parameter input area

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You can configure a TMA by running MML commands by using any of the following methods:

In Navigation Tree on the MML tab page, double-click an MML command, enter parameters in the parameter input area, and then click or press F9.

In the parameter input area, enter a command in Command Input (F5), click or press Enter, specify parameters in the parameter input area, and click press F9. or

Select a command from the History Command drop-down list, and click press F9.
NOTE
1.

or

The maintenance terminal UI, MML commands, and operating mode vary slightly depending on the BTS version. For details about MML commands and maintenance terminal operations, see the help information about the related maintenance terminal. This document describes how to configure MML commands only for DBS3900 LTE V100R005C00SPC360. This document describes how to configure the TMA only by entering commands in Command Input (F5).

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3.

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1.2 Description of SNs of MTMA
The SN of a MTMA contains 17 digits:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Random code Ex-factory month Ex-factory year Random code Band features Marking code Manufacturer code
  

The first two digits indicate the manufacturer code, fixed as HW. The third and fourth digit indicate the Marking code. The fifth to eighth digits indicate Tx band features. Obtain the lower band edge frequency of the Tx band. For example, if the Tx band is 1805 MHz to 1880 MHz, the lower band edge is 1805 MHz.

 

The ninth and tenth digits are obtained at random. The eleventh and twelfth digits indicate the ex-factory year. For example, take 04 for the year of 2004; take 10 for the year of 2010. The thirteenth digit indicates the ex-factory month. The value is a hexadecimal digit. For example, take 1 for January, and A for October. The fourteenth to seventeenth digits are obtained at random.

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1、HWFD2110921210002 According to MTMA SN coding principle, the fifth to eighth digits indicate the lower band edge "2110 MHz". 2、HWFD18058012A0011 According to MTMA SN coding principle, the fifth to eighth digits indicate the lower band edge "1805 MHz".

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Procedure
then click

Typical Configurations

2.1 Turning On the TMA Power Switch
You can run MOD ANTENNAPORT to turn on the power switches of the remote filter unit (RFU) and remote radio unit (RRU) ports and set current alarm thresholds.

Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter MOD ANTENNAPORT in Command Input(F5), and or press Enter.

Step 2 In the parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE
1.

Cabinet No., Subrack No., Slot No., and Port No. are specified based on the configurations of Huawei base stations. Port No. can be R0A, R0B, R0C, R0D, R0E, R0F, R0G, or R0H. Feeder length, TMA Downlink Delay and TMA Uplink Delay are optional. ALD Power Switch is set to ON. For details about current alarm thresholds, see A.2 Current Alarm Threshold Reference Table.

2. 3. 4. 5.

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If RRUs are used on a TMA, the power supply switch of the RET port on the RRU must be turned off when you turn on the power supply switch. Otherwise, the power supply switch of the R0A port cannot be switched on. For details about how to turn off the power supply switch of the RET port, see A.1.9 Turning Off the Power switch of the RRU RET Port. Unless otherwise stated, parameters in red are mandatory.

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Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the TMA power switch is turned on successfully. If the switch fails to be turned on, identify causes and reset the power switch.

2.2 Querying the Actual TMA Current
You can run DSP ANTTENNAPORT to query the actual TMA current and check whether the TMA runs properly based on the reference currents in the TMA datasheet.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DSP ANTTENNAPORT in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Cabinet No., Subrack No., Slot No., and Port No. are optional. If they are left empty, the ALD current of all TMAs in the entire BTS will be queried.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the actual current is queried successfully. If the actual current fails to be queried, identify causes and query the actual current again.

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2.3 Scanning TMAs
You can run SCN ALD to scan TMAs in the system.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter SCN ALD in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Control port cabinet No., Control port subrack No. and Control port slot No. are optional. If they are left empty, will scan all TMAs in the entire BTS.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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The scanning progress and result are displayed in the parameter input area. The progress depends on the number of equipment connected. If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the TMA is scanned successfully. If the TMA fails to be scanned, identify related causes and scan the TMA again. The returned result varies based on the AISG versions.  AISG 1.1 Use the MTMA for an example, the following figure shows the information obtained after scanning the MTMA.

1. 2.

An MTMA has 4 serial numbers. An DTMA has 2 serial numbers.

AISG 2.0 Use the MTMA for an example, the following figure shows the information obtained after scanning the MTMA.

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1. 2.

An MTMA has 2 serial numbers. An DTMA has 1 serial number.

Step 4 Verify the number of TMAs and SNs of these TMAs.

1.

MTMAs are classified into two-port-input two- port-output MTMA, and two-port-input four-portoutput MTMA based on the port quantity.

The two-port-input two- port-output MTMA is applicable only to single-BTS control scenarios. That is, only one BTS can send commands (OOK signals) to the MTMA for configuration and maintenance. The t two-port-input four-port-output MTMA is applicable to dual-BTS control scenarios. That is, two BTSs can send commands to the MTMA.

2.

In dual-BTS control scenarios, both BTSs can execute the scan command.

When no serial number of two-port-input four-port-output MTMA is configured, both BTSs can execute the scan command to scan all serial numbers of the MTMA. When some of serial numbers of two-port-input four-port-output MTMA are configured on a BTS, the other BTS can scan only the remaining serial numbers of the MTMA.

For example, the two-port-input four-port-output MTMA supporting the AISG 2.0 protocol has two serial numbers HWD1 and HWD2. When the MTMA is not configured, both BTSs can scan HWD1 and HWD2. When HWD1 of the MTMA is configured on a BTS, the other BTS can scan only HWD2.

2.4 Adding a TMA
You can run ADD TMA to add a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter ADD TMA in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameters are configured differently based on the AISG versions. Use the MTMA for an example.  AISG 1.1 The MTMA has four serial numbers, and therefore the BTS needs to execute four adding commands to add all serial numbers.

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The DTMA has two serial numbers, and therefore the BTS needs to execute two adding commands to add all serial numbers. When the two-port-input four-port-output MTMA is applicable to dual-BTS control scenarios, each BTS needs to run two adding commands to add all four serial numbers. The two serial numbers added on a BTS must contain the same frequency band information, and the frequency band information must be consistent with that of the BTS. For example, when the following four serial numbers are scanned: HWD1 (frequency band: 1805 MHz), HWD2 (frequency band: 1805 MHz), HWD3 (frequency band: 2110 MHz), and HWD4 (frequency band: 2110 MHz), only the serial numbers HWD1 and HWD2 can be added on the GSM1800 BTS, and the serial numbers HWD3 and HWD4 are added on the UMTS2100 BTS.

1. 2.

Device Name is user-defined and unique. Control Port Cabinet No., Control Port Subrack No. and Control Port Slot No. are configured as required. TMA Subunit Number is 1. Vendor Code and Serial No. are in the scanning result.

3. 4.

AISG 2.0 The MTMA has two serial numbers, and therefore the BTS needs to execute two device adding commands to add all serial numbers.

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The DTMA has one serial number, and therefore the BTS needs to execute one device adding command to add all serial number. When the two-port-input four-port-output MTMA is applicable to dual-BTS control scenarios, each BTS needs to run one adding command to add all two serial numbers. The serial number added on a BTS must have the same frequency information with the BTS’. For example, when the following two serial numbers are scanned: HWD1 (frequency band: 1805 MHz), HWD2 (frequency band: 1805 MHz), only the serial number HWD1 can be added on the GSM1800 BTS, and the serial number HWD2 is added on the UMTS2100 BTS.

1. 2.

Device Name is user-defined and unique. Control Port Cabinet No., Control Port Subrack No. and Control Port slot No. are configured as required. TMA Subunit Number is 2. Vendor Code and Serial No. are in the scanning result.

3. 4.

Step 1Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, a TMA is added successfully. If the TMA fails to be added, identify causes and add the TMA again.

2.5 Setting an Attenuation Factor for the Receiving Channel
You can run MOD RXBRANCH to set an attenuation factor for the receiving channel of a specified RFU or RRU when the RFU or RRU connects to a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter MOD RXBRANCH in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

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Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE
1. 2.

Cabinet No., Subrack No. and Slot No. are configured as required. The receiving channel 0 corresponds to R0A and receiving channel 1 corresponds to 1. The attenuation of R0A and R0B must be configured. Therefore run MOD RXBRANCH twice and choose 0 and 1 separately. Logical switch of Rx channel is set to ON. The attenuation factor of the receiving channel equals the actual tower amplification gain minus cable losses. The actual tower amplification gain can be queried by running DSP TMASUBUNIT. The cable loss is calculated based on the actual length of cables used at the site, including jumpers, feeders, and connectors.

3. 4.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the attenuation factor is configured successfully. If the attenuation factor fails to be configured, identify causes and reset attenuation factor.

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A.1 TMA Maintenance
Procedure

Appendix

A.1.1 Querying the TMA Configuration Information
You can run LST TMA to query the TMA configuration information.

Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter LST TMA in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Device No. is mandatory only when the device number is required for querying the device configuration information. If Device No. is not specified, all configured TMAs in the related site are queried.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the configuration information about the TMA is queried successfully. If the configuration information about the TMA fails to be queried, identify causes and query the configuration information about the TMA again.

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A.1.2 Loading TMA Software
You can run DLD ALDSW to download the software to a TMA. You can download the ALD software from http://support.huawei.com/support/.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DLD ALDSW in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE
1.

Operation Mode can be DEVICENO, CTRLPORT, or SECTOR. For AISG 1.1, only DVICENO can be selected. Device Type is TMA. Enter a valid server address in FTP Server IP. FTP User Name and FTP Password. Source file indicates the path where the target software file is stored, including the file name extension.

2. 3. 4.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the software is loaded successfully. If the software fails to be loaded, identify causes and load the software again.

A.1.3 Resetting a TMA
You can run RST ALD to reset a TMA and clear alarms. After the TMA is reset, the BTS reconnects to the TMA, which takes 3 to 5 minutes. The resetting time depends on the number of RCUs connected to the TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter RST ALD in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

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Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE
1.

Operation Mode can be DEVICENO or CTRLPORT. If DVICENO is selected, the TMA with the corresponding serial number is reset. If CTRLPORT is selected, all antenna equipment related to the RFU and RRU ports is reset. Typically, DEVICENO is selected. Device No. can be queried by running LST TMA.

2.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the TMA is reset successfully. If the TMA fails to be reset, identify causes and reset the TMA again.

A.1.4 Configuring the Operating Mode and Gain of a TMA
You can run MOD TMASUBUNIT to set an operating mode is NORMAL or BYPASS, and set the gain when the operating mode is NORMAL.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter MOD TMASUBUNIT in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE
1. 2. 3.

Device No. can be queried by running LST TMA. Subunit No. can be 1 or 2. 1 indicates the R0A channel and 2 indicates the R0B channel. Operation Mode can be NORMAL or BYPASS. If NORMAL is selected, Gain(0.25dB) can be configured as required. The gain range can be queried by running DSP TMADEVICEDATA. If BYPASS is selected, gain of the TMA is 0 and cannot be configured. The gain unit is 0.25 dB. When you enter 48 in Gain(0.25dB), the target gain is 12 dB (four times the target gain).

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Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the operating mode and gain are configured successfully. If the operating mode and gain fail to be configured, identify causes and reconfigure the operating mode and gain.

A.1.5 Querying the Operating Mode, Gain, and Online Status of a TMA
You can run DSP TMASUBUNIT to query the operating mode, gain, and online status of a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DSP TMASUBUNIT in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Device NO. and Subunit NO. are configured only when they are required to query equipment configuration information. If they are left empty, the operating mode, gains, and online status of all TMAs in the entire BTS will be queried.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the operating mode, gain, and online status are queried successfully. If the operating mode, gain, and circuit breaker status fail to be queried, identify causes and query the operating mode, gain, and circuit breaker status again.

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A.1.6 Querying the TMA Versions
You can run DSP ALDVER to query the software, hardware, and AISG protocol versions of a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DSP ALDVER in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Operation Mode can be DEVICENO, CTRLPORT, and SITE. If SITE is selected, software, hardware, and AISG protocol versions of all antenna equipment at the site are queried.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the software, hardware, and AISG protocol versions are queried successfully. If the software, hardware, and AISG protocol versions fail to be queried, identify causes and query the versions again.

A.1.7 Querying the Supported Gain Range
You can run DSP TMADEVICEDATA to query the gain range supported by a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DSP TMADEVICEDATA in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

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NOTE
1. 2.

Device No. can be queried by running LST TMA. Subunit No. can be 1 or 2. 1 indicates the R0A channel and 2 indicates the R0B channel.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the gain range is queried successfully. If the gain range fails to be queried, identify causes and query the gain range again.

A.1.8 Deleting a TMA
You can run RMV TMA to delete a TMA.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter RMV TMA in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

.

If Execution succeeded is displayed in the command export area, the TMA is deleted successfully. If the TMA fails to be deleted, identify causes and delete the TMA again.

A.1.9 Turning Off the Power switch of the RRU RET Port
You can run MOD RETPORT to turn off the power switch of the RET port on the RRU.

Procedure
Step 1 In the parameter input area, enter DSP RETPORT in Command Input(F5), and then click or press Enter.

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Step 2 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

NOTE

Cabinet No., Subrack No., Slot No., and Port No. are optional. If they are left empty, the ALD current value of all TMAs in the entire BTS will be queried.

Step 3 Press F9 or click

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If ALD actual power switch is OFF, the power switch is turned off. If ALD actual power switch is ON in the command export area, go to Step 4.

Step 4 In the parameter input area, enter MOD RETPORT in Command Input(F5), and then click or press F9.

Step 5 In the related parameter input area, specify related parameters. The parameter values in the following figure are only for reference.

Step 6 Repeat steps 1 through 3 and verify that ALD actual power switch is OFF.

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A.2 Current Alarm Threshold Reference Table
Antenna and Feeder Scenario ALD System Type Threshold (mA) TMA Model

Signal-port power supply on AISG Mode

UER_SELF_DEFINE

Undercurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 40 Undercurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 60 Overcurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 850 Overcurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 750

All TMA

TMA12DB_AISG

System default Undercurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 40 Undercurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 60 Overcurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 850 Overcurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 750 System default

All MTMA

Dual-port power supply on AISG Mode

UER_SELF_DEFINE

All TMA

TMA12DB_AISG

All MTMA

Undercurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 30 Undercurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 40 Overcurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 330 Overcurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 300 Dual-port power supply on CWA Mode USER-SELFDEFINE

ATA901100, ATA901101, ATA901102, ATA901103, ATA181100, ATA181101, ATA211100, ATA211101,

ATA902000 ATA902001 ATA902002 ATA902003 ATA182000 ATA182001 ATA212000 ATA212001

Undercurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 30 Undercurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 40 Overcurrent Alarm Generation Threshold: 150 Overcurrent Alarm Clearance Threshold: 140

ATA801100, ATA802000 ATA261100, ATA262000

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A.3 Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acronym or Abbreviation ALD TMA LMT MML RCU SASU RRU Full Name Antenna Line Device Dual Tower Mounted Amplifier Local Maintenance Terminal Man Machine Language Remote Control Unit Same-band Antenna Sharing Unit Remote Radio Unit

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