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Contents
1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................5 1.1 Product Positioning ........................................................................................................................ 5 1.2 Product Features ............................................................................................................................ 6 2 System Architecture ............................................................................................................8 2.1 Product Overview ........................................................................................................................... 8 2.2 BBU3900 ......................................................................................................................................... 8 2.2.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 ................................................................................................ 8 2.2.2 Hardware Units of the BBU3900 .......................................................................................... 9 2.2.3 Ports on the BBU3900........................................................................................................... 9 2.3 RRU ................................................................................................................................................11 2.3.1 Specifications of the RRU ....................................................................................................11 2.3.2 Appearance of the RRU .......................................................................................................11 2.3.3 Ports on the RRU..................................................................................................................11 2.4 WRFU ............................................................................................................................................ 14 2.4.1 Specifications of the WRFU ................................................................................................ 14 2.4.2 WRFU ................................................................................................................................... 14 2.4.3 Ports on the WRFU ............................................................................................................. 15 2.5 Auxiliary Devices .......................................................................................................................... 15 2.5.1 APM30 Power Cabinet ........................................................................................................ 15 2.5.2 Transmission Cabinet .......................................................................................................... 17 2.5.3 Battery Cabinet .................................................................................................................... 19 2.5.4 APM30H Power Cabinet ..................................................................................................... 19 2.5.5 TMC11H ............................................................................................................................... 21 2.5.6 Indoor Macro Cabinet .......................................................................................................... 22 2.5.7 PS4890 ................................................................................................................................. 25 2.5.8 Outdoor RF Cabinet ............................................................................................................ 27 2.5.9 Outdoor Mini Cabinet .......................................................................................................... 28 3 Products and Application Scenarios...................................................................................30 3.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 30 3.2 Application scenarios ................................................................................................................... 31 3.2.1 Distributed NodeBDBS3900 ........................................................................................... 31 3.2.2 Indoor Macro NodeBBTS3900........................................................................................ 34 3.2.3 Outdoor Macro NodeBBTS3900A .................................................................................. 34 3.2.4 Outdoor Mini NodeBBTS3900C...................................................................................... 36

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3.2.5 Multi-Mode Base Station ..................................................................................................... 38 4 Technical Specifications ....................................................................................................39 4.1 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900.................................................................................... 39 4.2 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900A ................................................................................. 42 4.3 Technical Specifications of the DBS3900 ................................................................................... 45 4.4 Technical specifications of the BTS3900C ................................................................................. 53 A Acronyms and Abbreviations ............................................................................................59

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1.1 Product Positioning

Introduction

The mobile communications, which takes an ever-changing presence with each passing day, blazes a trail for the upgrade of technologies and products. The growing trend of mobile communications comprises a series of evolution, from GSM to EDGE to EDGE+ and from WCDMA to HSPA to HSPA+ and LTE, and it is worth mentioning that WiMAX also joins the 3G family. To follow the trend, the network operators have to devote more CAPEX and OPEX to the dramatic change of technologies, and therefore they are currently focusing on the merge of multiple network systems into a more cost-effective one. Upon the transition of mobile networks, the network operators target at the Blue Ocean Strategy and invite innovative and responsive partners. Customer-oriented and innovative, Huawei advocates four basic technological concepts: green, merge, wideband, and evolution. Huawei will take the lead in developing the next-generation base stations and the 3900 series NodeBs, Huawei's fourth generation base stations, will outclass other base stations to benefit operators with future-oriented networks. Huawei unveils cutting-edge techniques in the 3900 series NodeBs, such as wideband, multi-mode system, and modular design. The 3900 series NodeBs consist of only three basic functional modules, characterized by compact structure, high integration, low power consumption, and easy and quick deployment. Flexible combinations of functional modules and auxiliary devices encourage Huawei to diversify the products. More importantly, the modules for different modes of systems can be installed in one cabinet to work as a base station adapting to different scenarios. Huawei also actively introduces new frequency bands and technologies to well meet operators' requirement for a compact multi-mode mobile network system. Figure 1-1 shows the basic functional modules and auxiliary devices of the 3900 series NodeBs.

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Figure 1-1 Basic functional modules and auxiliary devices

1.2 Product Features


Adaptable to Diversified Radio Environments
Different combinations of functional modules and auxiliary devices diversify the NodeB products. For example, there are macro NodeB, distributed NodeB, and mini compact NodeB, which operate in different scenarios to better meet different network deployment requirements. The 3900 series NodeBs provide a platform for the Huawei wireless products. To be specific, the base stations of different network systems such as GSM, WCDMA, CDMA, and WiMAX can share the same cabinet or even share one functional module at the same frequency band (based on the SDR technology), which makes it easy for network operators to choose a site type.

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Greatly Reduced Total Cost of Operation (TCO)


The 3900 series NodeBs have many advantages, such as flexible installation, easy site selection, cost-effective solution, and fast network construction. The baseband module (BBU3900) is only 19 inches wide and 2 U high, taking a very small indoor space or taking a place in an outdoor cabinet. The RF module (RRU3900) can be installed close to the antenna without taking any space of the equipment room. The RRU3804 supports up to four carriers with an output power of 60 W, known as the highest output power of the RRU in the telecom industry. The outstanding performance ensures wide coverage and high throughput. When two carriers are configured for the RRU3804, the number of sites can be reduced by 40%. The 3900 series NodeBs use the high-efficiency digital Power Amplifier (PA), which greatly reduces power consumption and helps build a green communication network. Compared with the traditional NodeB, the macro NodeB (BTS3900) has its power consumption reduced by 30%; compared with the traditional macro NodeB, the BTS3900A cabinet, which is in direct-ventilation, has its power consumption reduced by 40%. Based on the IP switch and multi-carrier technologies, the 3900 series NodeBs support the bandwidth of over 100 Mbit/s, which keeps up with the fast growing mobile data services and provides users with higher data transmission rate.

Smooth Evolution to Future Radio Network Systems


The 3900 series NodeBs support smooth evolution to HSPA+ and Long Term Evolution (LTE), thus fully protecting the investment of network operators.

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2.1 Product Overview

System Architecture

The 3900 series NodeBs feature a modular design. The basic functional modules are the baseband unit (BBU3900) and the indoor RF unit (WRFU), and outdoor remote RF unit (RRU). The BBU is connected to the RRU or WRFU through CPRI ports and optical cables. The auxiliary devices for the BTS3900 are as follows: APM30 power cabinet Indoor macro cabinet Outdoor cabinet Outdoor mini cabinet

The variable combinations of functional modules and auxiliary devices provide flexible site solutions for different scenarios.

2.2 BBU3900
2.2.1 Appearance of the BBU3900
The BBU3900 is a compact case structure that requires a 19-inch-wide and 2-U-high space. It can be installed on a wall, on the staircase, in the storeroom, or in an outdoor cabinet on the existing network. It can be also installed in an outdoor cabinet of the existing network. Figure 2-1 shows the BBU3900. Figure 2-1 BBU3900

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2.2.2 Hardware Units of the BBU3900


Basic Hardware Units
The basic hardware units of the BBU3900 are as follows:

WCDMA Main Processing Transmission (WMPT) unit WCDMA BaseBand Processing (WBBP) unit FAN unit, that is, UBF Power module, that is, UPEU

All the boards support the plug-and-play function and can be configured in the slot as required.

Optional Hardware Units


The optional hardware units of the BBU3900 are as follows:

Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection (UELP) unit Universal FE Lightning Protection (UFLP) unit Universal Satellite card and Clock Unit (USCU) Universal Transmission Processing (UTRP) unit Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU)

The BBU3900 supports diverse configurations from 1 x 1 to 6 x 4 or 3 x 8.

2.2.3 Ports on the BBU3900


Table 2-1 Ports on the basic hardware units of the BBU3900 Board WMPT Port E1 port FE electrical port FE optical port USB port for loading TST port Serial port for commissioning GPS port WBBPa UPEU CPRI PWR MON0 MON1 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 Connector Type DB26 connector RJ45 connector SFP connector USB connector USB connector RJ45 connector SMA connector SFP connector 3V3 connector RJ45 connector RJ45 connector Remarks One port supporting four E1s Software loading Test port NodeB local maintenance 48 V DC power input and +24 V DC power input Providing two RS485 monitoring ports; connecting to the external monitoring device

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Board UPEU

Port EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1

Quantity 1 1

Connector Type RJ45 connector RJ45 connector

Remarks Providing eight dry contact alarm inputs; connecting to the external alarm device

Table 2-2 Ports on the optional hardware units of the BBU3900 Board UELP Port INSIDE OUTSIDE UFLP FE0 and FE1 (INSIDE) FE0 and FE1 (OUTSIDE) Quantity 1 1 2 2 Connector Type DB25 connector DB26 connector RJ45 connector RJ45 connector Remarks Port for four E1/T1 signal inputs Port for four E1/T1 signal outputs Connecting to the FE0 port on WMPT Connecting to the external device. The FE0 (OUTSIDE) connects to the FE0 (INSIDE) and the FE1 (OUTSIDE) connects to the FE1 (INSIDE). Connecting to the RGPS signal cable Connecting to the BITS clock Port for testing clock signal output RF signal input port of the satellite card Providing eight ATM over E1s/T1s or eight IP over E1s/T1s Providing one unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 port Providing four 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet electrical ports Providing two 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet optical ports Connecting to external monitoring devices Connecting to external alarm devices

USCU

RGPS port BITS port Clock test port Antenna port for the satellite card

3 1 1 1 2 1

DB8 connector SMA connector SMA connector SMA connector DB26 connector SFP connector

UTRP

E1/T1 port Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 port FE/GE electrical port FE/GE optical port

4 2 1 1 1 1

RJ45 connector SFP connector RJ45 connector RJ45 connector RJ45 connector RJ45 connector

UEIU

MON MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1

NOTE The UEIU is a monitoring and dry contact extension board for the UPEU.

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2.3 RRU
2.3.1 Specifications of the RRU
The RRU is the outdoor RF remote unit that can be installed close to the antenna. The RRU is classified into the RRU3801C, RRU3804, and RRU3801E based on different output power and processing capabilities. Table 2-3 describes the specifications of the RRU.
NOTE The RRU3804 and RRU3801E have the same appearance and they only differ in specifications.

Table 2-3 Specifications of the RRU RRU Type Maximum Output Power Number of Carriers Supported RRU3801C 40 W 2 RRU3801E 40 W 2 RRU3804 60 W 4

2.3.2 Appearance of the RRU


The BBU3900, together with the RRUs of different types, can form the DBS3900 system. Figure 2-2 shows the RRU. Figure 2-2 RRU

2.3.3 Ports on the RRU


The ports of the RRU are located at the bottom of the module and in the cabling cavity. The RRU has the following ports:

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Grounding ports Power supply sockets Transmission ports Alarm ports

Table 2-4 Ports on the RRU3801C Port Power supply socket Connector Type 9-pin, round, and waterproof connector eSFP socket DB15 connector (shared by the fan) DIN, round, and waterproof connector DIN, round, and waterproof connector 2W2 connector Quantity 1 Remarks Ports for 48 V DC or 220 V AC power input Transmission ports Port for 4-channel dry contact alarms Other ports

Optical ports Alarm port

2 1

Main TX/RX port

RX diversity port

Port for interconnection between combined modules Port for the RET antenna Commissioning port

DB9 connector RJ45 connector

1 1

Table 2-5 Ports on the DC RRU3804 or RRU3801E Port Power supply socket Optical ports Alarm port Connector Type OT terminal eSFP socket DB15 connector Quantity 1 2 1 Remarks Port for 48 V DC power input Transmission ports Port for 2-channel dry contact alarms and port for 1-channel RS485 signals Other ports 1

Main TX/RX port

DIN, round, and waterproof connector

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Port RX diversity port

Connector Type DIN, round, and waterproof connector 2W2 connector DB15 connector

Quantity 1

Remarks

Port for cascading modules Port for the RET antenna

1 1

Table 2-6 Ports on the AC RRU3804 Port Power supply socket Connector Type 3-pin, round, and waterproof connector - (connected to the DC output cable before delivery) eSFP socket DB15 connector Quantity 1 Remarks Port for AC power input Port on the AC/DC power conversion module for DC output Transmission ports Port for 2-channel dry contact alarms and port for 1-channel RS485 signals Grounding bolt Other ports 1

Power output port

Optical ports Alarm port

2 1

Grounding port Main TX/RX port

DIN, round, and waterproof connector DIN, round, and waterproof connector 2W2 connector DB15 connector

RX diversity port

Port for cascading modules Port for the RET antenna

1 1

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2.4 WRFU
2.4.1 Specifications of the WRFU
The WRFU is categorized into 40 W WRFU and 80 W WRFU based on different output power and processing capabilities. The 40 W WRFU and 80 W WRFU have the same physical structure, dimensions, weight, and physical ports. Table 2-7 Specifications of the WRFU WRFU Type Maximum Output Power Number of Carriers Supported 80 W WRFU 80 W 4 40 W WRFU 40 W 2

2.4.2 WRFU
The WRFU can be housed in an indoor cabinet or an outdoor cabinet. Figure 2-3 shows the WRFU. Figure 2-3 WRFU

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2.4.3 Ports on the WRFU


Table 2-8 Ports on the WRFU Port Power supply socket Port for transceiving antenna signals CPRI port Connector Type 3V3 connector N female connector SFP female connector QMA female connector RJ45 connector Quantity 1 2 2 Remarks Port for 48 V DC power input Port for connecting the antenna system Ports for connecting the BBU or cascading WRFUs Antenna channel port Commissioning port

Interconnection port for RF RX signals Commissioning port

2 1

2.5 Auxiliary Devices


The auxiliary devices of the 3900 series NodeBs include the APM30 power cabinet, transmission cabinet, battery cabinet, APM30H power cabinet, TMC11H, indoor macro cabinet, PS4890, outdoor RF cabinet, and outdoor mini cabinet.

2.5.1 APM30 Power Cabinet


The advanced power module (with the breathable film) APM30 is an outdoor power backup system. The APM30 provides 48 V DC power and backup power for the distributed NodeBs, outdoor macro NodeBs, and mini NodeBs. In addition, it provides installation space for the BBU3900 and other devices. The APM30 features a compact and lightweight design. It can be installed on a pole or on the ground and can be configured with batteries. Figure 2-4 shows the internal structure of the APM30.

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Figure 2-4 Internal structure of the APM30

(1) Heater (3) Power subrack (5) Fan

(2) PDU (4) APMI (6) AFMU

Table 2-9 Technical specifications of the APM30 Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (width x height x depth) (with the base excluded) Weight APM30 Power Cabinet 600 mm 700 mm 480 mm

< 100 kg (with the 24 Ah batteries) < 65 kg (with the PSU and without batteries and customer equipment)

Working temperature

40C to +45C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation)

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Item AC input Input voltage

APM30 Power Cabinet


220 V AC three-phase power cable

Permissible voltage range: 176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC


220 V AC single-phase power cable

Permissible voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC


110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable

Rated voltage: 100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC Permissible voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC Rated voltage: 120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC Permissible voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC DC output Output voltage range DC outputs 44 V DC to 58 V DC Working with the distributed NodeB: LLVD: 20 A x 6 BLVD: 12 A x 2; 4 A x 2 Maximum outputs (reserved): 4 A x 2 Working with the BTS3900A: LLVD: 30 A x 4 BLVD: 12 A x 2; 4 A x 4 Maximum outputs (reserved): 4 A x 4 Heat consumption Space for customer equipment Maximum heat consumption 48 V 24 Ah batteries No batteries 500 W 5U 7U

2.5.2 Transmission Cabinet


The transmission cabinet is applied to outdoor scenarios. It features compact design and easy transport. Figure 2-5 shows the structure of the transmission cabinet.

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Figure 2-5 Structure of the transmission cabinet

(1) DCDU-03A (3)Fan

(2) APMI (4) AFMU

Table 2-10 Specifications of the transmission cabinet Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (width x height x depth) (with the base excluded) Weight Working temperature DC input DC output Heat consumption Input voltage Number of DC outputs Maximum heat consumption Transmission Cabinet 600 mm 700 mm 480 mm

< 40 kg (without customer equipment) 40C to +45C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) 48 V DC Permissible voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 8 x 4 A (Fan: 1 x 12 A) 500 W 11 U (1 U for the PDU excluded)

Space for customer equipment

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2.5.3 Battery Cabinet


The battery cabinet is applied to outdoor scenarios. It features compact design and easy transportation. The battery cabinet can be configured with batteries of different capacity, such as 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V 100 Ah, 48 V 92 Ah, or 48 V 184 Ah. Figure 2-6 shows the structure of the battery cabinet. Figure 2-6 Structure of the battery cabinet

Table 2-11 Specifications of the battery cabinet Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (width x height x depth) (with the base excluded) Weight Working temperature Transmission Cabinet 600 mm 700 mm 480 mm

< 41 kg (without batteries) 40C to +45C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation)

2.5.4 APM30H Power Cabinet


The advanced power module (with the heat exchanger) APM30H is an outdoor power backup system. The APM30H provides 48 V DC power and backup power for the distributed NodeBs, outdoor macro NodeBs, and mini NodeBs. In addition, it provides installation space for the BBU3900 and other devices. The APM30H features a compact and lightweight design. It can be installed on a pole or on the ground. Figure 2-7 shows the internal structure of the APM30H.

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Figure 2-7 Internal structure of the APM30H

(1) HPMI (2) Fan (inner circulation) (3) HEUA (4) PSU (AC/DC) (5) PDU (6) Fan (outer circulation) (7) Heat exchanger core

Table 2-12 Technical specifications of the APM30H Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (width x height x depth) (with the base excluded) Weight Working temperature APM30 Power Cabinet 600 mm 700 mm 480 mm

95.5 kg (with the PSU included, and customer equipment excluded) 40C to +50C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation)

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Item AC input Input voltage

APM30 Power Cabinet


220 V AC three-phase power cable

Permissible voltage range: 176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC


220 V AC single-phase power cable

Permissible voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC


110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable

Rated voltage: 100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC Permissible voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC Rated voltage: 120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC Permissible voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC Frequency of the rated voltage Frequency of input voltage DC output Output voltage range DC outputs 50/60 Hz 45 Hz to 65 Hz 44 V DC to 58 V DC Working with the distributed NodeB: LLVD: 20 A x 6 BLVD: 12 A x 2; 6 A x 2 Maximum outputs (reserved): 6 A x 2 Working with the BTS3900A: LLVD: 30 A x 4 BLVD: 12 A x 2; 6 A x 4 Maximum outputs (reserved): 6 A x 4 Space for customer equipment Without batteries and the heater Heater 7U 6U

2.5.5 TMC11H
The TMC11H is applied to scenarios with adverse environment. It features compact design and easy transportation. Figure 2-8 shows the structure of the TMC11H.

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Figure 2-8 Structure of the TMC11H

(1) Filler panel (3) HEUA (5) Fan (outer circulation)

(2) Fan (inner circulation) (4) DCDU-03 (6) Heat changer core

2.5.6 Indoor Macro Cabinet


The indoor macro cabinet houses the BBU3900 and the WRFU. In addition, the indoor macro cabinet provides functions such as power distribution and surge protection. The indoor macro cabinet takes a small footprint and is easy to install. In addition, two cabinets can be installed in stack mode. All these features cater to the requirements of indoor centralized installation and fast network construction. An indoor macro cabinet accommodates up to six WRFUs. The indoor macro cabinet supports all the network systems (UMTS, GSM, and LTE) of the BTS3900, thus saving installation space and facilitating smooth evolution. The indoor macro cabinet supports 48 V DC, +24 V DC, and 220 V AC power inputs. If configured with suitable power modules, the +24 V DC or 220 V AC power is converted into 48 V DC power for the WRFU and BBU.
NOTE When two cabinets are installed in stack mode, the upper cabinet should be a 48 V DC cabinet, and the lower cabinet can be either a +24 V DC cabinet or a 220 V AC cabinet, depending on power configuration.

The cabinet structure varies with the power input. Figure 2-9 shows the single indoor cabinet with 48 V DC power. Figure 2-10 shows the single indoor cabinet with +24 V DC power. Figure 2-11 shows the single indoor cabinet with 220 V AC power. Figure 2-12 shows two cabinets in stack mode.

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Figure 2-9 Single indoor cabinet (48 V DC)

Figure 2-10 Single indoor cabinet (+24 V DC)

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Figure 2-11 Single indoor cabinet (220 V AC)

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Figure 2-12 Two indoor cabinets in stack mode

2.5.7 PS4890
The PS4890, an indoor power cabinet, provides DC power and power backup for the distributed NodeB or BTS3900. The PS4890 can also provide installation space for the indoor BBU and transmission equipment. The PS4890 features compact design and light weight. It can be installed on a pole or on the ground. In addition, the PS4890 houses the batteries. Figure 2-13 shows the internal structure of the PS4890.

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Figure 2-13 Internal structure of the PS4890

(1) Power system (AC/DC) (3) DCDU-03

(2) DCDU-04 (4) Wiring copper bar for the negative poles of the batteries (5) Support plate for the battery group (6) Baffle for the battery group (7) Wiring copper bar for the positive poles of the batteries

Table 2-13 Technical specifications of the PS4890 Item Engineering specifications Dimensions (width x height x depth) (with the base excluded) Weight Working temperature Specification 600 mm 900 mm 450 mm

80 kg (with the PSU included, and batteries excluded) 20C to +45C

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Item AC input Input voltage

Specification

Rated voltage: 200 V AC to 240 V AC

Permissible voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC


Rated voltage: 100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC

Permissible voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC


Rated voltage: 120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC

Permissible voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC Frequency of the rated voltage Frequency of input voltage DC output Space for customer equipment Output voltage No batteries 48 V 50 Ah or 48 V 92 Ah batteries 48 V 184 Ah batteries 50/60 Hz 45 Hz to 65 Hz 48 V DC 13 U 7U 0U

2.5.8 Outdoor RF Cabinet


The outdoor RF cabinet, together with the APM30 or APM30H cabinet in stack mode, performs functions such as power distribution, surge protection, and protection for the WRFU and the BBU3900. The outdoor RF cabinet works in direct-ventilation mode to dissipate heat. When the RF cabinet is configured with three WRFUs, 50 Ah or 92 Ah batteries can be installed in the spare space, as shown in Figure 2-14. When the RF cabinet is configured with six WRFUs, there is no space for the batteries, as shown in Figure 2-15.

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Figure 2-14 Outdoor RF cabinet with three RFUs

(1) Battery

(2) WRFU

Figure 2-15 Outdoor RF cabinet with six RFUs

(1) WRFU

2.5.9 Outdoor Mini Cabinet


The outdoor mini cabinet performs functions such as power distribution and surge protection for the BBU3900. The BBU3900 can be installed in an outdoor mini cabinet to work as an outdoor BBU, thus achieving the outdoor application of the compact mini NodeB. The outdoor mini cabinet has a built-in heat exchanger. If the AC power is used, the cabinet must be configured with an EPS30-4815A and an SPD (AC); if the DC power is used, the cabinet must be configured with a DC power distribution box, as shown in Figure 2-16.
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Figure 2-16 Internal structure of the outdoor mini cabinet

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Products and Application Scenarios

3.1 Overview
Various forms of Huawei 3900 series NodeB products allow network deployment in different application scenarios, thus providing a perfect whole-network solution for operators. The Huawei 3900 series NodeBs consist of the indoor macro NodeB (BTS3900), outdoor macro NodeB (BTS3900A), distributed NodeB (DBS3900), and mini NodeB (BTS3900C). The BTS3900 applies to indoor scenarios where population density is high, traffic is large, lease expense of equipment rooms is high, and space is limited. The BTS3900A applies to outdoor scenarios in urban, suburb, and rural areas where large-capacity coverage is required. The DBS3900 applies to outdoor scenarios where wide coverage is required and site construction is difficult. The BTS3900C applies to indoor scenarios and hotspot areas. Figure 3-1 shows the application scenarios of the 3900 series NodeBs. Figure 3-1 Application scenarios of the 3900 series NodeBs

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3.2 Application scenarios


3.2.1 Distributed NodeBDBS3900
As demand for environmental protection as well as lease cost has increased, the site selection has become a bottleneck in network deployment. It is increasingly difficult to adopt 2G/3G co-siting or to select a new site. The distributed NodeB (DBS3900) developed by Huawei features high integration, easy installation, and low power consumption. All these features can facilitate site reselection and 2G/3G co-siting. In addition, the WRRU can be installed close to the antenna. In this way, the feeder consumption is reduced and system coverage is improved. The DBS3900 has flexible applications to adapt to different scenarios with requirements for fast network construction.

Integrated Application
If only the AC power is available at a new outdoor 3G site and power backup device is required, the combination of DBS3900 and APM can function as an outdoor macro NodeB. Figure 3-2 shows the typical configuration of DBS3900 + APM. This configuration has the following features:

The BBU3900 and transmission equipment can be installed in the APM cabinet and the RRU can be installed close to the antenna. The APM provides installation space and outdoor protection for the BBU3900 and supplies 48 V DC power to the BBU3900 and the RRU. In addition, the APM manages and monitors the batteries and provides surge protection for the batteries. The APM30 or APM30H can be configured with 50 Ah or 92 Ah batteries, depending on the power backup duration.

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Figure 3-2 DBS3900 + APM

Embedded Application with Existing Site Equipment


For the 2G/3G co-siting scenario, the BBU3900 can be installed in a standard 19-inch-wide and 2 U-high cabinet, and the RRU can be installed close to the antenna, as shown in Figure 3-3. The BBU3900 and the RRU can share the power backup system, transmission system, and antenna system of the BTS in the 2G network. In this way, operators can launch 3G services on the existing 2G network at a very low cost.

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Figure 3-3 Embedded application based on existing site equipment

Outdoor BBU Application


For the 2G/3G co-siting scenario, the BBU3900 can be installed in the outdoor mini cabinet to function as an outdoor BBU. The RRU can be installed close to the antenna for easy and quick deployment, as shown in Figure 3-4. Figure 3-4 Outdoor BBU application

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3.2.2 Indoor Macro NodeBBTS3900


The BTS3900, as shown in Figure 3-5, is applicable to indoor scenarios such as centralized installation and relocation. The BTS3900, as one of the most compact indoor macro NodeBs in the telecommunication industry, boasts large capacity and sound scalability. It has a small footprint and supports the GSM and WCDMA dual-mode application. Figure 3-5 Indoor cabinet macro NodeB

3.2.3 Outdoor Macro NodeBBTS3900A


The BTS3900A is applicable to the outdoor scenarios such as centralized installation and replacement of the outdoor macro NodeB. The BBU3900 is installed in the APM30 or APM30H, and the WRFU is installed in the outdoor RF cabinet. Configurations of the BTS3900A vary with different application scenarios, as shown in Figure 3-6 and Figure 3-7. As the most compact outdoor cabinet macro NodeB in the industry, features light weight and easy transportation due to its stacking design. The RF modules in GSM, UMTS, and LTE modes can share one RF cabinet, which saves installation space and facilitates smooth evolution.

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Figure 3-6 BTS3900A (using the 3RFU cabinet)

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Figure 3-7 BTS3900A (using the 6RFU cabinet)

3.2.4 Outdoor Mini NodeBBTS3900C


The BTS3900C applies to the new outdoor 3G site environments such as tunnels, hot spots, places without equipment rooms, and marginal networks. The BTS3900C supports 48 V DC power and 220 V AC power. If 48 V DC power is used, the mini cabinet must be configured with a DC power distribution box, as shown in Figure 3-8. If 220 V AC power is used, the mini cabinet must be configured with an EPS30-4815A and an SPD (AC), as shown in Figure 3-9. The BTS3900C can be installed on the pole, against the wall, or on the ground. The stand or support of other types can be applied to the installation of the BTS3900C on the ground.

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Figure 3-8 Outdoor mini NodeB with 48 V DC power

Figure 3-9 Outdoor mini NodeB with 220 V AC power

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3.2.5 Multi-Mode Base Station


The 3900 series NodeBs feature a unified platform and a modular design. Therefore, co-siting of modules in GSM, UMTS, or LTE mode can be supported, the baseband processing units and RF modules can share the same hardware platform, and modules in different modes can be located in one cabinet to support multi-mode application. This helps implement smooth evolution from GSM to UMTS or LTE. With baseband modules for different modes configured in one cabinet, the base station can support the GSM only mode, UMTS only mode, or GSM/UMTS dual mode. In addition, with the baseband modules for LTE mode configured in the future, the base station can support the GSM/UMTS/LTE multi-mode application. With RF modules for different modes configured in one cabinet, the base station can support the GSM only mode, UMTS only mode, or GSM/UMTS dual mode. The RF modules in UMTS mode are LTE-ready in hardware. Thus the base station can support UMTS/LTE dual-mode through software upgrade in the same frequency band. Figure 3-10 and Figure 3-11 show the multi-mode base stations for indoor and outdoor application respectively. Figure 3-10 Multi-mode base station for indoor application

Figure 3-11 Multi-mode base station for outdoor application

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Table 4-1 Technical specifications of the BTS3900 Item Band Specification Frequency band Band I (2100 MHz) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Capacity 24 cells

Technical Specifications

4.1 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900

RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 824 to 835

TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 869 to 880

Maximum configuration: 6 x 4, 3 x 8 UL: 1536 CEs DL: 1536 CEs Output power

Type 1: One WRFU supports four carriers. The output power at the antenna connector on the WRFU is 80 W. Type 2: One WRFU supports two carriers. The output power at the antenna connector on the WRFU is 40 W. (only supporting the 2100 MHz frequency)
For the 80 W WRFU:

One-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 60 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 40 W* per carrier Three-carrier or four-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 20 W per carrier Supporting the 20 W + 60 W configuration through software upgrade

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal losses. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

* refers to the maximum output power in typical configuration

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8* 126.5**

2-way receiver sensitivity) (dBm) 128.6* 129.3**

4-way receiver sensitivity) (dBm) 131.3* 132.0**

Band I (2100 MHz)

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Specification Band V/VI (850 MHz)*** 125.6* 126.3** 128.4* 129.1** 131.1* 131.8**

NOTE Indication of *: As recommended in 3GPP TS25.104, the receiver sensitivity (full band) is measured at the antenna connector on condition that the channel rate reaches 12.2 kbit/s and the Bit Error Rate (BER) is within 0.001.

Indication of **: The receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) is tested at the antenna connector. The AMR service should be at 12.2 kbit/s and the BER should not exceed 0.0001. Indication of ***: Measurement value of the 850 MHz sub-band.

Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight (kg)

A maximum of 32 E1s/T1s, 2 FE/GE electrical ports, and 2 FE/GE optical ports or a maximum of 32 E1s/T1s and 5 unchannelized STM-1 ports Clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock, OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm 900 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm

Empty cabinet: 70 3 x 1 configuration: 120 Full configuration: 160

Input power

48 V DC, value range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC +24 V DC, value range: +21.6 V DC to +29 V DC 220 V AC single-phase, value range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC 220 V AC three-phase, value range: 176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC 110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable:

Rated voltage: 100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC Permissible voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC Rated voltage: 120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC Permissible voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC Power consumption Configuration Typical power consumption 500 W 590 W 800 W 970 W Maximum power consumption 590 W 800 W 1020 W 1250 W 50 Ah 92 Ah

3x1 3x2 3x3 3x4

4.2 hours 3.5 hours 2.4 hours 1.8 hours

8.7 hours 7.1 hours 4.9 hours 3.9 hours

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900 works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

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Specification

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900 works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Temperature Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

Long-term: 20C to +50C Short-term: 20C to +55C 5% RH to 95% RH 125 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP20 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

EMC

The BTS3900 meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The BTS3900 passes the certification of European standards.

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4.2 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900A


Table 4-2 Technical specifications of the BTS3900A Item Band Specification Frequency band Band I (2100 MHz) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Capacity 24 cells Maximum configuration: 6 x 4, 3 x 8 UL: 1536 CEs DL: 1536 CEs Output power

RX Band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 824 to 835

TX Band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 869 to 880

Type 1: One WRFU supports four carriers. The output power at the antenna connector on the WRFU is 80 W. Type 2: One WRFU supports two carriers. The output power at the antenna connector on the WRFU is 40 W. (only supporting the 2100 MHz frequency)
For the 80 W WRFU:

One-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 60 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 40 W* per carrier Three-carrier or four-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 20 W per carrier Supporting the 20 W + 60 W configuration through software upgrade

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal losses. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the base station.

* refers to the maximum output power in typical configuration

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8* 126.5** 125.6* 126.3**

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6* 129.3** 128.4* 129.1**

4-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 131.3* 132.0** 131.1* 131.8**

Band I (2100 MHz) Band V/VI (850 MHz)***

NOTE Indication of *: As recommended in 3GPP TS25.104, the receiver sensitivity (full band) is measured at the antenna connector on condition that the channel rate reaches 12.2 kbit/s and the Bit Error Rate (BER) is within 0.001.

Indication of **: The receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) is tested at the antenna connector. The AMR service should be at 12.2 kbit/s and the BER should not exceed 0.0001. Indication of ***: Measurement value of the 850 MHz sub-band.

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Item Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight (kg)

Specification A maximum of 32 E1s/T1s, 2 FE/GE electrical ports, and 2 FE/GE optical ports or a maximum of 32 E1s/T1s and 5 unchannelized STM-1 ports Clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock, OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm RF cabinet: 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm APM30 cabinet: 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm APM30H cabinet: 700 mm x 600 mm x 480 mm RF cabinet: 55 APM30 cabinet: 65 APM30H cabinet: 95.5 WRFU: 12 3 x 1 configuration: 165 (without batteries) Full configuration: 210 (RF cabinet with 6 RFUs and without batteries) 165 (RF cabinet with 3 RFUs and without batteries)

Input power

48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 220 V AC single-phase: 176 V AC to 290 V AC 220V AC three-phase: 176/304 V AC to 290/500 V AC 110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable:

Rated voltage: 100/200 V AC to 120/240 V AC Permissible voltage range: 90/180 V AC to 135/270 V AC Rated voltage: 120/208 V AC to 127/220 V AC Permissible voltage range: 105/176 V AC to 150/260 V AC Power consumption Power consumption Power backup duration in typical power estimated on the basis of the battery capacity Typical power consumption (with 50% load) Maximum power consumption (with 100% load) 670 W 910 W 1150 W 1410 W 24 Ah 50 Ah 92 Ah

Configuration

3x1 3x2 3x3 3x4

570 W 680 W 910 W 1100 W

1.6 hours 1.3 hours 0.8 hours 0.7 hours

4.0 hours 3.3 hours 2.3 hours 1.7 hours

8.4 hours 6.9 hours 4.8 hours 3.8 hours

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Specification
NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900A works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900A works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Battery Temperature Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

50 Ah or 92 Ah 40C to +50C (with solar radiation, APM30 heat exchanger / APM30 air filter) 5% RH to 100% RH 130 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP55 (Battery cabinet: IP34) ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weather protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing - Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

EMC

The BTS3900A meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The BTS3900A passes the certification of European standards.

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4.3 Technical Specifications of the DBS3900


The DBS3900 can be BBU3900 + RRU3801C, BBU3900 + RRU3804, or BBU3900 + RRU3801E. Table 4-3 , Table 4-4, and Table 4-5 list the technical specifications of the DBS3900 configured with different RF modules. Table 4-3 Technical specifications of the DBS3900 (BBU3900 + RRU3801C) Item Band Specification Band Band I (2100 MHz) Band II (1900 MHz) Band IX (1800 MHz) Band IV (AWS) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Band VIII (900 MHz) Capacity 12 cells Maximum configuration: 6 x 2, 3 x 4 UL: 1536 CEs DL: 1536 CEs Output power One RRU3801C supports two carriers with 40 W output power at the antenna connector of the RF module.

RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 1850 to 1910 1749.9 to 1784.9 1710 to 1755 824 to 849 880 to 915

TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 1930 to 1990 1844.9 to 1879.9 2110 to 2155 869 to 894 925 to 960

One-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 40 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 20 W per carrier

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal losses. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm)

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6 128.4

Band I (2100 MHz) Other band Transmission port Clock synchronization

125.8 125.6

A maximum of 48 E1s/T1s, 2 FE/GE electrical ports, and 2 FE/GE optical ports or a maximum of 48 E1s/T1s and 5 unchannelized STM-1 ports Clock on the Iub interface, GPS clock, OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm

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Item Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight (kg)

Specification BBU3900: 86 mm x 442 mm x 310 mm RRU3801C: 480 mm x 365 mm x 145 mm (without rack and housing) 610 mm x 380 mm x 200 mm (with rack and housing) BBU3900: in full configuration: 11; in typical configuration (one PSU, one WBBP, and one WMPT): 7 RRU3801C: 20

Input power

RRU3801C: 48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 220 V AC, voltage range: 150 V AC to 300 V AC BBU3900: +24 V DC, voltage range: +21.6 V DC to +29 V DC 48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC

Power consumption

Power consumption

Power backup duration in typical power estimated on the basis of the battery capacity Maximum power consumption (W) (100% load) 620 W 830 W 1.5 hours 1.1 hours 3.8 hours 2.9 hours 8.0 hours 5.9 hours 24 Ah 50 Ah 92 Ah

Configuration

Typical power consumption (50% load) 540 W 680 W

3x1 3x2

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Temperature

BBU3900: 20C to +55C RRU3801C: 40C to +50C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) 40C to +55C (without solar radiation)

Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure

BBU3900: 5% RH to 95% RH RRU3801C: 5% RH to 100% RH BBU3900: 125 g/m3 RRU3801C: 130 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa

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Item Protection degree Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

Specification BBU3900: IP20 RRU3801C: IP65 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

EMC

The NodeB meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The DBS3900 passes the certification of European standards.

Table 4-4 Technical specifications of the DBS3900 (BBU3900 + RRU3804) Item Band Specification Band Band I (2100 MHz) Band II (1900 MHz) Band IV (AWS) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Capacity 24 cells Maximum configuration: 6 x 4, 3 x 8 UL: 1536 CEs DL: 1536 CEs RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 1850 to 1910 1710 to 1755 824 to 849 TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 1930 to 1990 2110 to 2155 869 to 894

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Item Output power

Specification A single RRU3804 supports up to four carriers with a 60 W output power at the antenna connector with four carriers.

One-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 60 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 30 W per carrier Three-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 20 W per carrier Four-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 15 W per carrier Supporting the 20 W + 40 W or 10 W + 50 W configuration through software upgrade

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal losses. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8* 126.5** 125.3* 126.0** 125.6* 126.3**

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6* 129.3** 128.1* 128.8** 128.4* 129.1**

4-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 131.3* 132.0** 130.8* 131.5** 131.1* 131.8**

Band I (2100 MHz)/Band IV (AWS) Band II (1900 MHz) Band V/VI (850 MHz) ***

NOTE Indication of *: As recommended in 3GPP TS25.104, the receiver sensitivity (full band) is measured at the antenna connector on condition that the channel rate reaches 12.2 kbit/s and the Bit Error Rate (BER) is within 0.001.

Indication of **: The receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) is tested at the antenna connector. The AMR service should be at 12.2 kbit/s and the BER should not exceed 0.0001. Indication of ***: Measurement value of the 850 MHz sub-band.

Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth)

A maximum of 48 E1s/T1s, 2 FE/GE electrical ports, and 2 FE/GE optical ports or a maximum of 48 E1s/T1s and 5 unchannelized STM-1 ports Clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock , OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm BBU3900: 86 mm x 442 mm x 310 mm DC RRU3804: 480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (without the housing and connectors) 485 mm x 285 mm x 170 mm (with the housing and connectors) AC RRU3804: 485 mm x 285 mm x 250 mm (with the housing and connectors)

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Item Weight (kg)

Specification BBU3900: full configuration: 11 typical configuration (1 PSU, 1 WBBP, 1 WMPT): 7 DC RRU3804: 15 (without the housing) 17 (with the housing) AC RRU3804: 20.5 (without the housing) 22.5 (with the housing)

Input voltage

RRU3804: 48 V DC, voltage range: 36 V DC to 57 V DC 220 V AC, voltage range: 90 V AC to 290 V AC BBU3900: +24 V DC, voltage range: +21.6 V DC to +29 V DC 48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC

Power consumption

Power consumption (for the DC RRU3804)

Power backup duration in typical power estimated on the basis of the battery capacity 24 Ah 50 Ah 92 Ah

Configuration

Typical power consumption (50% load) 400 W 550 W 710 W

Maximum power consumption (100% load) 500 W 710 W 950 W

3x1 3x2 3x3

2.3 hours 1.5 hours 1.0 hours

5.5 hours 3.7 hours 2.8 hours

11.0 hours 7.8 hours 5.7 hours

Power consumption (for the AC RRU3804) Configuration 1 carrier 2 carriers 3 carriers Typical power consumption (50% load) 115 W 175 W 220 W Maximum power consumption (100% load) 160 W 240 W 315 W

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Temperature

BBU3900: 20C to +55C RRU3804: 40C to +50C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) 40C to +55C (without solar radiation)

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Item Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Protection degree

Specification BBU3900: 5% RH to 95% RH RRU3804: 5% RH to 100% RH BBU3900: 125 g/m3 RRU3804: 130 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa BBU3900: IP20 DC RRU3804: IP65 AC RRU3804: IP55 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations". ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

EMC

The NodeB meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The DBS3900 passes the certification of European standards.

Table 4-5 Technical specifications of the DBS3900 (BBU3900 + RRU3801E) Item Band Specification Band Band I (2100 MHz) RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170

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Item Capacity

Specification 12 cells Maximum configuration: 6 x 2, 3 x 4 UL: 1536 CEs DL: 1536 CEs

Output power

One RRU3801E supports two carriers with 40 W output power at the antenna connector of the RF module.

One-carrier configuration: 40 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: 20 W per carrier

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal losses. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6

Remarks

Band I (2100 MHz)

As recommended in 3GPP TS25.104, the receiver sensitivity (full band) is measured at the antenna connector on condition that the channel rate reaches 12.2 kbit/s and the BER is within 0.001. The receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) is tested at the antenna connector. The AMR service should be at 12.2 kbit/s and the BER should not exceed 0.0001.

126.5

129.3

Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth)

A maximum of 48 E1s/T1s, 2 FE/GE electrical ports, and 2 FE/GE optical ports or a maximum of 48 E1s/T1s and 5 unchannelized STM-1 ports Clock on the Iub interface, GPS clock, OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm BBU3900: 86 mm x 442 mm x 310 mm RRU3801E: 480 mm x 270 mm x 140 mm (without housing and connectors) 485 mm x 285 mm x 170 mm (with housing and connectors)

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Item Weight (kg)

Specification BBU3900: in full configuration: 11; in typical configuration (one PSU, one WBBP, and one WMPT): 7 RRU3801E: 15 (without housing) 17 (with housing)

Input power

RRU3801E: 48 V DC, voltage range: 36 V DC to 57 V DC BBU3900: +24 V DC, voltage range: +21.6 V DC to +29 V DC 48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC

Power consumption

Power consumption

Power backup duration in typical power estimated on the basis of the battery capacity Maximum power consumption (W) (100% load) 500 W 710 W 24 Ah 50 Ah 92 Ah

Configuration

Typical power consumption (50% load)

3x1 3x2

400 W 550 W

2.3 hours 1.5 hours

5.5 hours 3.7 hours

11.0 hours 7.8 hours

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 50% load.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the DBS3900 works with a 100% load.

Temperature

BBU3900: 20C to +55C RRU3801E: 40C to +50C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) 40C to +55C (without solar radiation)

Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage Transportation

BBU3900: 5% RH to 95% RH RRU3801E: 5% RH to 100% RH BBU3900: 125 g/m3 RRU3801E: 130 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa BBU3900: IP20 RRU3801E: IP65 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation"

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Item Anti-seismic performance

Specification IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

EMC

The DBS3900 meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The DBS3900 passes the certification of European standards.

4.4 Technical specifications of the BTS3900C


Table 4-6 Technical specifications of the BTS3900C (BBU3900 + RRU3801C) Item Band Specification Band Band I (2100 MHz) Band II (1900 MHz) Band IV (AWS) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Band IX (1800 MHz) Band VIII (900 MHz) Capacity 2 cells Maximum configuration: 1 x 2 UL: 384 CEs DL: 384 CEs RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 1850 to 1910 1710 to 1755 824 to 849 1749.9 to 1784.9 880 to 915 TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 1930 to 1990 2110 to 2155 869 to 894 1844.9 to 1879.9 925 to 960

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Item Output power

Specification The RRU3801C supports two carriers with a 40 W output power at the antenna connector.

One-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 40 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: maximum output power of 20 W per carrier

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal loss. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

Receiver sensitivity

Band Band I (2100 MHz) Other bands

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8 125.6

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6 128.4

Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight (kg) Input voltage

A maximum of 8 E1s/T1s, 2 FE electrical ports, and 2 FE optical ports, a maximum of 8 E1s/T1s and 1 unchannelized STM-1 port, or a maximum of 8 E1s/T1s, 4 GE electrical ports, and 2 GE optical ports Clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock , OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm 600 mm x 400 mm x 390 mm OMB: 600 mm x 240 mm x 390 mm 55 (AC) 53 (DC)

48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 220 V AC single-phase, voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC 110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable; voltage range: 90 V AC to 135 V AC Typical power consumption 280 W 320 W Maximum power consumption 300 W 370 W

Power consumption

Configuration 1x1 1x2

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900C works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900C works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Temperature Relative humidity Absolute humidity

-40C to +45C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) -40C to +50C (without solar radiation) 5% RH to 100% RH 130 g/m3

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Item Air pressure Protection degree Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

Specification 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP55 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations". ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

EMC

The BTS3900C meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The BTS3900C passes the certification of European standards.

Table 4-7 Technical specifications of the BTS3900C (BBU3900 + RRU3804) Item Band Specification Band Band I (2100 MHz) Band II (1900 MHz) Band IV (AWS) Band V/VI (850 MHz) Capacity 3 cells Maximum configuration: 1 x 3 UL: 384 CEs DL: 384 CEs RX band (MHz) 1920 to 1980 1850 to 1910 1710 to 1755 824 to 849 TX band (MHz) 2110 to 2170 1930 to 1990 2110 to 2155 869 to 894

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Item Output power

Specification The RRU3804 supports four carriers with a 60 W output power at the antenna connector.

One-carrier configuration: 60 W per carrier Two-carrier configuration: 30 W* per carrier Three-carrier configuration: 20 W per carrier Four-carrier configuration: 15 W per carrier Supporting the 20 W + 40 W or 10 W +50 W configuration through software upgrade

NOTE Maximum output power = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal loss. The maximum output power is measured at the antenna connector of the RF module.

* refers to the maximum output power in typical configuration

Receiver sensitivity

Band

1-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 125.8* 126.5** 125.3* 126.0**

2-way receiver sensitivity (dBm) 128.6* 129.3** 128.1* 128.8** 128.4* 129.1** 131.3* 132.0** 130.8* 131.5** 131.1* 131.8**

Band I (2100 MHz)/Band IV (AWS) Band II (1900 MHz)

Band V/VI (850 MHz)***

125.6* 126.3**

NOTE Indication of *: As recommended in 3GPP TS25.104, the receiver sensitivity (full band) is measured at the antenna connector on condition that the channel rate reaches 12.2 kbit/s and the Bit Error Rate (BER) is within 0.001.

Indication of **: The receiver sensitivity (median performance over reception bandwidth) is tested at the antenna connector. The AMR service should be at 12.2 kbit/s and the BER should not exceed 0.0001. Indication of ***: Measurement value of the 850 MHz sub-band.

Transmission port Clock synchronization Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight (kg)

A maximum of 8 E1s/T1s, 2 FE electrical ports, and 2 FE optical ports, a maximum of 8 E1s/T1s and 1 unchannelized STM-1 port, or a maximum of 8 E1s/T1s, 4 GE electrical ports, and 2 GE optical ports Clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock , OCXO free-run clock, and IP clock Accuracy: 0.05 ppm 600 mm x 400 mm x 390 mm OMB: 600 mm x 240 mm x 390 mm 50 (AC) 48 (DC)

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Item Input voltage

Specification

48 V DC, voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 220 V AC single-phase, voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC 110 V AC dual-live-wire power cable; voltage range: 90 V AC to 135 V AC Typical power consumption 220 W 270 W 320 W Maximum power consumption 260 W 330 W 410 W

Power consumption

Configuration 1x1 1x2 1x3

NOTE The typical power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900C works with a 50% load, 25 environment temperature.

The maximum power consumption is reached when the output power per carrier on the cabinet top is 20 W and the BTS3900C works with a 100% load, 25 environment temperature.

Temperature Relative humidity Absolute humidity Air pressure Protection degree Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

-40C to +45C (with 1120 W/m2 solar radiation) -40C to +50C (without solar radiation) 5% RH to 100% RH 130 g/m3 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP55 ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weatherprotected, not temperature-controlled storage locations". ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing Part 2-57: Tests Test Ff: Vibration Time-history method. YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic Performances of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom industry standard in People's Republic of China)

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Item EMC

Specification The BTS3900C meets the EMC requirements and complies with the following standards:

CISPR 22 (1997) EN 55022 (1998) CISPR 24 (1998) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61000-4-29 ETSI 301 489-1 V1.3.1 (2001-09) FCC Part 15

The BTS3900C passes the certification of European standards.

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APM ATM BBU BER CPRI DAGC FE HSDPA HSUPA IP LTE PDU PMU PSU RNC WRRU TCO UEIU UELP UFAN UFLP UPEU

Acronyms and Abbreviations


Full Spelling Advanced Power Module Asynchronous Transfer Mode; Baseband Unit Bit Error Rate Common Public Radio Interface Digital Automatic Gain Control Fast Ethernet High Speed Downlink Packet Access High Speed Uplink Packet Access Internet Protocol Long Term Evolution Power Distribution Unit Power Monitoring Unit Power Supply Unit Radio Network Controller Radio Remote Unit for WCDMA Total Cost of Ownership Universal Environment Interface Unit Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection unit Universal Fan module Universal FE Lightning Protection unit Universal Power and Environment interface Unit

Acronym and Abbreviation

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Acronym and Abbreviation USCU UTRP WBBP WMPT WRFU

Full Spelling Universal Satellite card and Clock Unit Universal Transmission Processing unit WCDMA BaseBand Process unit WCDMA Main Processing&Transmission unit WCDMA Radio Filter Unit

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