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FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines

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Mounted Configuration Pole Mounting Bracket Layout Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 i .Mounted Configuration Two-Sector Integrated Antenna Pole-Mounted Configuration Three-Sector Pole.Contents T About this Information Product Reason for Reissue Purpose Scope Safety Labels Related Documentation Site Preparation Checklists Cell Site Configuration Sheets ix ix ix x xi xii xiii xiii 1 1 2 4 5 5 6 6 6 9 9 9 9 10 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 15 16 T Equipment Overview Flexent™ CDMA Microcell Primary Distribution Cabinet (Optional) Network Interface Unit (Optional) Power Backup Cabinet (Optional) Metric Hardware T Microcell Antenna Architecture and Configurations Architecture Configurations T Environmental Requirements Overview Heat Dissipation Minimum Clearances Operational Outdoor Environmental Requirements Operational Indoor Environmental Requirements T Cell Site Equipment Installation Options Mounting Requirements and Guidelines Microcell Mounting Configurations PDC Mounting Configurations T Typical Mounting Configurations Single-Sector Pole.

Contents Single-Sector Wall.Mounted Configuration Three-Sector Wall.Mounted Configuration Floor Stand Configuration Floor Stand Anchor Hole Layout 17 19 21 22 23 24 26 26 26 26 27 28 28 28 28 29 29 30 31 31 31 32 32 32 33 33 33 34 34 35 36 T Outdoor Installation Physical Requirements T Indoor Installation Physical Requirements T AC Power Requirements General Requirements AC Input Scenarios AC Input Requirements Main Circuit Breaker Requirement T Installation Equipment and Material Required for Site Preparation 25 T DC Power Requirements General Requirements DC Regulation and Operating Conditions DC Cable Feeders Lightning Surge Protection Grounding of DC Return Conductors T PDC and PBC Power Support Considerations T Use of a PDC Equivalent General Power Requirements PDC Equivalent Requirements T1/E1 Lightning Protection AC Lightning Protection T No PDC Configuration General Surge and Lightning Protection Metallic Conduits Power Requirements Power Cables Connection of AC Power Cables in Microcell Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page ii Issue 3 March 2000 .

Contents Connection of DC Power Cables in Microcell Microcell Input/Output Cables 37 38 41 41 41 41 42 42 43 43 44 45 46 47 47 48 48 48 48 49 50 50 51 51 52 52 52 53 53 53 54 T Use of a PBC Equivalent General PBC Equivalent Requirements for AC Power PBC Equivalent Requirements for DC Power T Grounding and Lightning Protection Bonding Requirements General Grounding Equipment Grounding of Metal Pole Wooden Pole Grounding Configuration Metal Pole Grounding Configuration Wall-Mounted Grounding Configuration T Antenna Interface Requirements General Requirements T RF Antenna Requirements Mounting Options Integrated Antenna Restrictions for Cellular CDMA Antenna Specifications In-Building Antenna Considerations T GPS Antenna Requirements GPS Antenna Configuration Antenna Ordering Information Recommended Cable Types Antenna Selection Based on Losses GPS Antenna Installation Verify GPS Installation and Line of Sight T T1/E1 Facilities Requirements T1/E1 Input Lines T1/E1 Daisy-Chaining Verify T1/E1 Facilities Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 iii .

Contents Appendix A Site Preparation Checklists T Overview Purpose Contents A-1 A-1 A-1 A-3 A-5 A-7 A-9 A-15 A-17 A-21 A-23 T SP-GEN Cell Site General Information T SP-1 Site Preparation General Checklist T SP-2 Site Preparation Power Source Checklist T SP-3 Site Preparation Grounding Checklist T SP-4 Site Preparation RF Antenna Checklist T SP-5 Site Preparation GPS Antenna Checklist T SP-6 Site Preparation Punchlist Sheet T SP-6A Site Preparation Punchlist Continuation Sheet Appendix B Cell Site Information T Overview Purpose Contents B-1 B-1 B-1 B-3 T CSC-1 Cell Site Configuration Information Glossary Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page iv Issue 3 March 2000 .

13. 2. 14. 18. 3. 15. 5. 6. 16. Flexent CDMA Microcell with Dimensions and Weight 1 Single and Multiple PDC with Dimensions and Weight 3 Single-Sector Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration 7 Two-Sector Directional Antenna Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration 8 Three-Sector Directional Antenna Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration 8 Typical Single-Sector Pole-Mounted Configuration 13 Typical Two-Sector Integrated Antenna Pole-Mounted Configuration 14 Typical Three-Sector Pole-Mounted Configuration 15 Typical Pole Mounting Bracket Layout 16 Typical Single-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration 17 Layout for Typical Single-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration 18 Typical Three-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration 19 Layout for Typical Three-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration 20 Fully Configured Floor Stand 21 Floor Stand Anchor Hole Layout 22 I/O Protection Module Cable Connections 38 Typical Wooden Pole Installation Grounding Configuration44 Typical Metal Pole Installation Grounding Configuration 45 Typical Wall-Mounted Installation Grounding Configuration46 GPS Antenna Serving Three Flexent CDMA Microcells 50 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 v . 17. 7. 20. 8. 4. 9. 19.Figures 1. 10. 12. 11.

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9. 16. 11. 5. 12. 2. 15. 3.Tables 1. 13. 10. 14. 6. 8. 4. On-Line Power PBC Information Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration Options Flexent CDMA Microcell and Ancillary Cabinet Heat Dissipation Minimum Clearances for Indoor Application Outdoor Environmental Requirements Indoor Environmental Requirements AC Input Power Requirements Flexent CDMA Microcell AC Power Requirements Circuit Breakers for Microcell Protector Characteristics AC Surge Arrestor Electrical Characteristics Power Cable Information I/O Cable and Connector Information I/O Connector Pin Information GPS Antennas GPS Cable Characteristics Antenna Selection Data 5 6 9 9 10 11 27 31 31 32 33 35 38 39 51 51 52 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 vii . 7. 17.

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For information on site requirements for the international version of this equipment. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 ix . It also details the specific tasks that must be completed at the job site before the installation of a microcell can begin.About this Information Product 0 Purpose 0 This document describes basic site requirements that can be used to plan a Flexent™ CDMA Microcell site. Reason for Reissue 0 This document is being reissued to update outdoor environmental requirements for the Flexent™ CDMA Microcell and backup times for the Power Backup Cabinet (PBC). refer to FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines (International) (401-703-352).

401-703-340 Scope 0 This document provides the following information: T T T T T T T T T T T T T An overview of microcell architecture and configuration Environmental and physical requirements for the cell site Cell site equipment installation options Typical mounting configurations Tools and equipment required for site preparation Outdoor installation physical requirements Indoor installation physical requirements Power requirements Grounding and lightning protection requirements Antenna interface requirements and information T1/E1 facility requirements Site preparation checklist Cell site configuration sheets Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page x Issue 3 March 2000 .

Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 xi . Definition of three types of safety labels are as follows: ! DANGER: Indicates the presence of a hazard that will cause death or severe personal injury if the hazard is not avoided.About this Information Product Safety Labels 0 Various safety labels and cautionary sttements appear on the equipment covered in this information product. ! WARNING: Indicates the presence of a hazard that will or can cause death or severe personal injury if the hazard is not avoided. ! CAUTION: Indicates the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

Installation and Maintenance Outside Plant Engineering Handbook Canadian Standards Association.41 Lucent Technologies 401-200-115 Lucent Technologies ED-3R128-10 Lucent Technologies 401-703-341 Lucent Technologies 401-660-128 AT&T 900-200-318 CSA-CEC Bellcore GR-63 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page xii Issue 3 March 2000 . 1998 Core Section 4.1. Operation. Part 1. Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Rectifying Equipment and Specialty Transformers IEEE Recommended Practice on Surge Voltages in Low-voltage AC Power Circuits Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines for Lucent Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites Flexent™ Microcell Cabinet Installation Requirements Flexent™ CDMA Microcell Installation Manual Base Station CDMA Reference Frequency Timing Generator and Antenna System Description.2 Environmental Requirements IEEE/ANSI C62.401-703-340 Related Documentation 0 Cell site planners and site preparation personnel must have the appropriate reference materials as outlined below: i Document Number NFPA 70 NFPA 780 NESC 1943-1990 UL 50 UL 1950 UL 1778 Title National Electric Code Standard for Installation of Lightning Protection Systems National Electric Safety Code Underwriters Laboratories Publication #50 Underwriters Laboratories Publication #1950 Underwriters Laboratories Publication.

and later addition of microcells and ancillary equipment. etc. be verified prior to installing the microcell equipment and the associated ancillary hardware. Reference to this information during the Cell Site MOP walk-through is often helpful in completing the site preparation checklists.About this Information Product Site Preparation Checklists 0 It is highly recommended that the completion of all site preparation activities. Cell Site Configuration Sheets 0 Cell site configuration sheets have been provided in Appendix B of this document to aid the customer. Equipment Engineering and Wireless Project Management during the various stages of product deployment. as well as adherence to the guidelines. Utilization of the checklists will help to ensure a quality installation and provide a cell site history file for later reference during capacity growth. The punchlist can be used to track the completion of any outstanding site preparation items. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 xiii . conditions and other pertinent information for reference during the product deployment. The checklists can be used and should be completed during the Cell Site Method of Procedure (MOP) walk-through prior to equipment installation. and aid in project managing installation resources. The sheets should be completed during the equipment engineering phase. The configuration sheets can be used to document the cell site equipment configuration. Various checklists and a punchlist sheet have been provided in Appendix A of this document to aid customers and Lucent personnel during a cell site verification.

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5 5 IN ) ) 930 MM (36.5 4 K G (1 2 0 L B S .FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Equipment Overview Flexent™ CDMA Microcell 0 0 The Flexent CDMA Microcell is a compact. suitable for indoor and outdoor operation. self-contained unit. Figure 1 shows the Flexent CDMA Microcell. 5 0 0 M M (1 9 .56 IN) 2 8 0 M M (11 IN ) ) ) W E IG H T = 5 4 . solid concrete wall or floor stand. Flexent™ CDMA Microcell with Dimensions and Weight Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 1 . The CDMA Microcell implements the requirements for the air interface as found in IS-95A and IS-97A (cellular band). that can be mounted on a pole.) Figure 1. and ANSI J-STD-008 and J-STD019 (PCS band). along with its dimensions and weight.

9 meters (10 feet) from the microcell(s) it is serving. There are two types of PDCs: T T Single PDC (supports one microcell) Multiple PDC (supports up to three microcells) The following interfaces are provided by the PDC: T T T T T T T T AC utility power Peripheral bus T1/E1 facilities POTS line External alarm relay contacts Maintenance and test ports AC generator External power backup To ensure surge protection operation. the PDC must be located within 14.5 meters (50 feet) of the microcell(s) it is serving. If a Lucent Technologies PDC is not utilized. refer to page 31 of this document for PDC equivalent requirements. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 2 Issue 3 March 2000 . For safety reasons. If the PDC is not in view of the microcell(s) it is serving. If the PDC is located more than 2.9 meters (10 feet) of the microcell. a customer-supplied duplex convenience outlet must be provided within 2. it must be equipped with a circuit breaker lock-out/tag-out feature.401-703-340 Primary Distribution Cabinet (Optional) 0 The Primary Distribution Cabinet (PDC) is an optional cabinet that provides a centralized point of demarcation for the various interfaces into and out of the microcell. It contains the components and interfaces necessary to properly connect customer-owned/maintained (and outside service provider-owned/ maintained) equipment to the microcell cabinet. the PDC should be located within view of the microcell(s) it is serving.

Single and Multiple PDC with Dimensions and Weight Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 3 .17 ") 4 4 0m m (1 7.1 7") 5 4 0 m m (2 1 .32 KG (42. SING LE PR IM ARY DISTR IB UTIO N C AB IN ET M ULT IPL E PRIM A RY DISTR IB UTIO N C AB IN ET 5 4 0m m (2 1 .1 8 ") 2 4 0m m (9.1 8 ") 2 4 0m m (9.5 LBS) Figure 2.3 6 ") 6 4 0 m m (2 5 .FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Figure 2 shows the Single PDC and Multiple PDC with dimensions and weights.27 KG (27 LBS) MULTIPLE PDC WEIGHT = 19.3 6 ") (FRO N T V IE W ) (S ID E V IE W ) (FRO N T V IE W ) (S ID E V IE W )) SINGLE PDC WEIGHT = 12.

The dimensions of the NIU are 254 mm (height) x 254 mm (width) x 95 mm (depth) (10 inches x 10 inches x 3. The NIU also provides coaxial protection for two E1 transmit/receive circuits with expansion to four E1 circuits.1 meters (20 feet) of the PDC that it is serving.401-703-340 Network Interface Unit (Optional) 0 The Network Interface Unit (NIU) provides a central point for converting E1 coaxial signaling to balanced signaling required by the microcell.1 meters (20 feet) of the microcell that it is serving. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 4 Issue 3 March 2000 .75 inches). The NIU must be located within 6. The conversion is from 75-ohm unbalanced to 120-ohm balanced cabling. If a PDC is not used. the NIU must be located within 6.

If the power utility should fail.5 x 20) 211. Table 1. Metric Hardware 1 All hardware associated with the Flexent CDMA Microcell is metric. If the customer requires a longer power backup capability.51 (19. the PBC will maintain AC power to the microcell from its internal batteries via a converter. Pad Weight kg (lbs) 154. 50 x .50 x . Inc. The PBC contains an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that conditions the utility power under normal operating conditions.0 4.8 (466) Up to three PBCs can be mounted on a pole.51 (19. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 5 . Lucent Technologies recommends the use of a Power Backup Cabinet (PBC) from OnLine Power. The toll-free number for OnLine Power is 1-800-227-8899.55 x .5 x 21.3-kW UPS . the customer should refer to page 41 of this document.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Power Backup Cabinet (Optional) 0 An optional internal battery is available for the Flexent CDMA Microcell that can provide backup power for ten seconds at full transmit power capability. If another type of backup power cabinet will be used.5 (340) Pole. Table 1 provides information on the OnLine Power PBCs. OnLine Power PBC Information Height x Width x Depth Meters (Inches) .5 x 21.55 x .45 1.0 0.5 x 20) Cabinet 650-W UPS Microcell Configuration 1 microcell without heater 1 microcell without heater 1 microcell with heater 2 microcells without heater 3 microcells without heater Backup Time (Hours) Mounting 2.1 Pole.6 1. Pad 1.

401-703-340 Microcell Antenna Architecture and Configurations Architecture 1 1 The basic architecture of the Flexent CDMA Microcell provides one transmit path and two diversity receive paths for full duplex communication. Table 2. each RF path requires an individual antenna. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 6 Issue 3 March 2000 . Table 2 shows the configurations that are supported. the transmit path and the first diversity receive path utilize a common antenna interface port. The second diversity receive path remains a simplex receive and utilizes an individual antenna interface port. Flexent™ CDMA Microcell Configuration Options GPS Antennas Cell Site RF Antennas Simplex 1 1* or 2 1* or 3 3 6 9 Duplex 2 4 6 Number of Sectors 1 2 3 Number of Carriers 1 1 1 Number of Microcells 1 2 3 * Requires 1:3 GPS splitter. A combination of microcells can be deployed to provide various cell site configurations. The RF paths of the microcell can be configured in either simplex or duplex mode. Configurations 1 The configuration options of the Flexent CDMA Microcell are driven by the requirements of the application that it is intended to serve. In the duplex mode. In the simplex mode.

Single-Sector Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 7 . Rx0 and Rx1 for diversity 2 ports: Tx/Rx0 duplex and Rx1 for diversity Built-in antenna.) The most basic application of the Flexent CDMA Microcell is for a single carrier with an omni-directional or directional antenna. (Simulcast refers to the transmission and reception of the same RF information on separate physical antenna faces.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines The microcell supports the following antenna configurations: T T T T T 3 ports simplex: Tx. Figure 3 illustrates the single-sector single-carrier configuration. Figure 3. The purpose is to direct the capacity of a single microcell to a very specific coverage area. duplexed Tx and Rx dual polarization diversity No diversity receive for in-building applications Simulcast control and traffic for rural highway applications.

Figure 4 and Figure 5 illustrate examples of this.401-703-340 Multiple microcells with directional antennas can be collocated and controlled by a single Radio Cluster Server (RCS) to form a sectorized cell site. Two-Sector Directional Antenna Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration Figure 5. Figure 4. Three-Sector Directional Antenna Flexent CDMA Microcell Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 8 Issue 3 March 2000 .

Heat Dissipation 2 Table 3 lists heat dissipation for various Flexent CDMA Microcells. Table 3. These clearances must be maintained to ensure that proper ventilation and access are provided for the equipment. Minimum Clearances for Indoor Application Minimum Clearance mm (Inches) 152 (6) 152 (6) 76 (3) 102 (4) 456 (18) Between Top cap of microcell and ceiling Bottom of microcell and floor or any bottom obstruction Rear of microcell plenum and rear wall Left side of microcell (side with door latches) and left wall Right side of microcell and right wall or any right side obstruction Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 9 . Primary Distribution Cabinet (PDC) and Power Backup Cabinet (PBC). Flexent CDMA Microcell and Ancillary Cabinet Heat Dissipation Heat Energy Dissipated (Watts) 1.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Environmental Requirements Overview 2 2 This section outlines the environmental requirements related to the installation and operation of the Flexent CDMA Microcell. PDCs and PBCs.400 maximum 400 0 0 300 350 Cabinet Flexent CDMA Microcell with heater Flexent CDMA Microcell without heater Single PDC Multiple PDC OnLine Power 650-W UPS OnLine Power 1.020 average 1. Table 4.3-kW UPS Minimum Clearances 3 Table 4 lists the minimum clearances for a microcell installation.

401-703-340 Operational Outdoor Environmental Requirements 4 Table 5 lists the operational outdoor environmental requirements of this equipment. Operational Outdoor Environmental Requirements Parameter Ambient Operating Temperature Specification -40 to +52° C with no wind -30 to +52° with 10 MPH maximum wind -20 to +52° with 20 MPH maximum wind -10 to +52° with 30 MPH maximum wind 5 to 95% non-condensing (for door open repair activity) 70 W/square foot -290 M to +3.000 feet).048 M (-1.000 to 10. referenced to sea level 30° C/hour Operating Relative Humidity Solar Loading Operating Altitude Rate of Temperature Change (Operating) Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 10 Issue 3 March 2000 . Table 5.

Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 11 .1.2. there must be a minimum of 100 CFM of fresh air flow for each microcell. Table 6.124 kg water /kg air Note: Short term is defined as not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days per year.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Operational Indoor Environmental Requirements 5 The indoor/closet environment must be controlled within the limitations specified in Bellcore GR-63-Core Section 4. If the microcell is located in a closet or enclosure. Operational Indoor Environmental Requirements Parameter Ambient Operating Temperature Ambient Short Term Temperature Ambient Operating Relative Humidity Ambient Short Term Relative Humidity Specification 0 to +46° C -5 to +50° C 5% to 85% 5% to 90% not to exceed 0. Table 6 lists the operational indoor environmental requirements of this equipment.

The customer is responsible for engineering and safety requirements for collocating the microcell and its associated equipment with other utilities. See NESC 1943-1990 and refer to local codes for complete mounting restrictions. It is the responsibility of the customer to provide any necessary support material and structures to ensure that the installation will be in compliance with Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA). 6 Microcell and PDC Mounting Configurations The following Flexent CDMA Microcell and PDC mounting configurations are supported: 6 T Pole-Mounted (pole diameters from 203 mm to 432 mm (8” to 17”)) T T T T T Single microcell Two microcells. Uniform Building Code (UBC) and all local codes. It cannot be installed in a hazardous environment as defined by NEC Article 500. The top of the microcell must be a minimum of 610 mm (2 feet) from the lowest utility wire. evenly spaced 180° apart Three microcells. All installations must comply with NESC 1943-1990 and local codes.401-703-340 Cell Site Equipment Installation Options6 Mounting Requirements and Guidelines The Flexent CDMA Microcell and its associated equipment can be installed in several different mounting configurations. Detailed mounting requirements and guidelines can be found in FLEXENT™ Microcell Cabinet Installation Requirements (ED3R128-10). PBC Mounting Configurations The following PBC mounting configurations are supported: 6 T T Pole-Mounted (pole diameters from 203 mm to 432 mm (8” to 17”)) T Up to three PBCs can be mounted on a pole Floor Stand-Mounted Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 12 Issue 3 March 2000 . evenly spaced 120° apart Wall-Mounted on a solid concrete wall Floor Stand-Mounted NOTE: Various building materials and construction methods dictate that the Flexent CDMA Microcell and its ancillary cabinets be fastened to the wall with appropriate mounting hardware.

6 GPS ANTE NNA RF ANTENNA T EN C LO SU R E BR AC KET F L E X E N T M IC R O C E L L C A B IN E T T S IN G L E P R IM A R Y D IS T R IB U T IO N C A B IN E T F IN IS H G R A D E O R TO P O F F O U N D AT IO N Figure 6.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Typical Mounting Configurations Single-Sector PoleMounted Configuration 6 Figure 6 shows a typical single-sector pole-mounted configuration. Typical Single-Sector Pole-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 13 .

MICROCELL #2 PBC #2 MICROCELL #1 MULTIPLE PDC PBC #1 Figure 7. Typical Two-Sector Integrated Antenna Pole-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 14 Issue 3 March 2000 .401-703-340 Two-Sector Integrated Antenna PoleMounted Configuration 6 Figure 7 shows a typical two-sector integrated antenna pole-mounted configuration with two PBCs.

Typical Three-Sector Pole-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 15 .FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Three-Sector PoleMounted Configuration Figure 8 shows a typical three-sector pole-mounted configuration. 6 Figure 8.

The same measurements also apply to a three-sector application. Typical Pole Mounting Bracket Layout Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 16 Issue 3 March 2000 . M Figure 9.401-703-340 Pole Mounting Bracket Layout 6 Figure 9 shows a typical layout for single-sector mounting brackets.

Typical Single-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 17 . 6 Figure 10.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Single-Sector WallMounted Configuration Figure 10 shows a typical single-sector wall-mounted configuration.

Layout for Typical Single-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 18 Issue 3 March 2000 .56”) 1.401-703-340 Figure 11 shows a typical single-sector layout for mounting a microcell and PDC on the wall of a building.5 M (5 FT) OR 15 M (49 FT) MAX GUIDELINES FOR STRUTS TO SUPPORT SINGLE PDC 470 mm (18.5”) SPRING NUT SEPARATION 268 mm (14.5”) Figure 11. SPRING NUT SEPARATION 83 mm (3.25”) TYP GUIDELINES TO SUPPORT STRUTS FOR MICROCELL 497 mm (19.

FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Three-Sector WallMounted Configuration Figure 12 shows a typical three-sector wall-mounted configuration. 6 2 1 Figure 12. Typical Three-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 19 .

5 M (5 FT) OR 15 M (49 FT) MAX 497 mm (19. Layout for Typical Three-Sector Wall-Mounted Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 20 Issue 3 March 2000 .5”) GUIDELINES TO SUPPORT STRUTS FOR MULTIPLE PDC Figure 13.56”) 572 mm (22.5”) SPRING NUT SEPARATION 470 mm (18.25”) TYP MIN 1.21M (4 FT) MAX 15M (49 FT) 1.401-703-340 Figure 13 shows a typical three-sector layout for mounting microcells and a Multiple PDC on the wall of a building. GUIDELINES TO SUPPORT STRUTS FOR MICROCELL SPRING NUT SEPARATION 83 MM (3.

Fully Configured Floor Stand Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 21 . an MPDC and a PBC.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Floor Stand Configuration 6 Figure 14 shows a fully configured floor stand with three microcells. Figure 14.

401-703-340 Floor Stand Anchor Hole Layout 6 Figure 15 shows the anchor hole layout for the floor stand. Floor Stand Anchor Hole Layout Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 22 Issue 3 March 2000 . Figure 15.

tinned copper ground wire bonded to grounding electrode system and coiled at bottom of pole or wall.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Outdoor Installation Physical Requirements 6 For a typical outdoor cell site. the following requirements must be satisfied before installation of the Flexent CDMA Microcell and associated equipment can begin (see SP-1 through SP-5 in Appendix A).S. bare. T T T T T T T Adequate clearance provided around cabinets for service access and ventilation AC service installed DC power facilities installed (optional) External main circuit breaker and circuit breaker enclosure installed (always required in Canada. if PBC is utilized) T1/E1 facilities installed Grounding electrode system installed #2 AWG solid. or attached to pole or wall for temporary grounding of RF and GPS antenna cable shields RF and GPS antennas installed RF and GPS antenna runs installed (if required) RF and GPS antenna cable shields temporarily grounded Wall-mounted cabinet support structure installed (if required) Floor stand installed (if required) Concrete pad ready (if required for Power Backup Cabinet) Tower light power installed (if required) Tower light alarm installed (if required) Cell translations available T T T T T T T T T Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 23 . required in U.

if PBC is utilized) T1/E1 facilities installed Grounding electrode system installed #2 AWG solid. T T T T T T T T T T T T Cable ducts installed All required room construction completed Cell site support structure installed HVAC and environmental control system installed Adequate clearance provided around cabinets for service access and ventilation AC service installed DC power facilities installed (optional) Power line surge protector installed External main circuit breaker and circuit breaker enclosure installed (always required in Canada. bare. required in U. tinned copper ground wire bonded to grounding electrode system and coiled at wall.401-703-340 Indoor Installation Physical Requirements 6 For a typical indoor cell site. the following requirements must be satisfied before installation of the Flexent CDMA Microcell and associated equipment can begin (see SP-1 through SP-5 in Appendix A).S. or attached to wall for temporary grounding of RF antenna cable shields RF and GPS antennas installed RF and GPS antenna runs installed (if required) RF and GPS antenna cable shields temporarily grounded Wall-mounted cabinet support structure installed (if required) Floor stand installed (if required) Tower light power installed (if required) Tower light alarm installed (if required) Cell translations available T T T T T T T T Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 24 Issue 3 March 2000 .

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The equipment and materials required to install the Flexent CDMA Microcell mounting hardware and PDC are listed below.

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32-tooth hack saw Insulation displacement tool Channel lock pliers Flat screwdriver Phillips screwdriver Open end wrenches (metric/standard) Ratchet set with extension (metric/standard) Two 16-foot ladders Gin boom Snatch block Rope Hoisting mechanism Four 1/4-inch anchor shackles (for lifting) Two 3-foot length chains for lifting (1/4-inch diameter welded link) Ground lug and C tap crimping tool Tape measure Chalk line Level Hammer Insulation stripping tool Drill

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This section describes the AC power requirements for the Flexent CDMA Microcell and Primary Distribution Cabinet (PDC). All AC wiring and over-current protection must be installed by a licensed electrician and must be provided in accordance with the National Electric Code (NFPA-70) and local electrical codes. An appropriate earth ground connection is required before commercial AC service can be connected. It is the customer ’s responsibility to make arrangements with the local power utility to install the necessary power service, power service entrance equipment and 1-inch PDC input conduit. For indoor installations, the customer is responsible to provide a power line surge protector on the power input line. See FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Installation Manual (401-703-341, Chapter 3) for detailed instructions on the installation of AC input cables.

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The AC input cables can come to the PDC (or equivalent) from four sources:

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The PDC can have as input either 120/240 VAC, single phase, 60-Hz power or 120/208 VAC, single phase, 60-Hz power. If, however, the customer chooses to use a 120 VAC feed, Lucent Technologies must be consulted to evaluate the application on a case-by-case basis. The AC generator option and the Multiple PDC are not available when using a 120 VAC feed. The 208/240 VAC input requirements for the PDC (or equivalent) are shown in Table 7.

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FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Table 7. Input Voltage Service Wire AC Input Power Requirements 180 to 264 VAC, single phase, 3-wire, 60 Hz (208/240 VAC nominal) 60 Amps 2 - 8 AWG copper only, 75°C temperature rating

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If a PBC is utilized, the customer must provide an external main circuit breaker and circuit breaker enclosure located between the AC service meter and the PBC. The recommended equipment is a Square D main lug load center (part number QO2L70RB), and Square D circuit breaker (part number QO260). This is a type 3R weatherproof enclosure. Other manufacturers’ equivalent equipment is also acceptable. In Canada, an external main circuit breaker and circuit breaker enclosure, as described above, are required for all applications. If a PBC is not utilized, the main circuit breaker and enclosure must be located between the AC service meter and the PDC.

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401-703-340 DC Power Requirements General Requirements 7 7 The Flexent CDMA Microcell can be powered from a +24 VDC source. DC Regulation and Operating Conditions7 DC regulation and operating conditions are extremely important to ensure that the microcell is properly powered. and 20 VDC must be present at the microcell terminals under the most critical operating conditions. over-voltage shutdown and over-voltage surge protection. The 24 VDC nominal must be present at the microcell terminals under normal conditions. a power plant should be carefully selected and the following operating conditions must be considered: regulation range. Therefore. The maximum ripple and noise allowed on the +24 VDC input is 100 mVp-p from DC to 20 MHz. For this option. DC wire feeders must be sized to limit the round-trip voltage drop between the power system output terminals and the microcell input terminals. transient load response. measured at the output connector of the DC power source. ! CAUTION: In order to avoid damage to the microcell and ancillary equipment. DC Cable Feeders 7 The wire used for DC feeders must be rated for the environmental condition in which it is used. the location and operating conditions of the DC power plant are extremely important to the operation of the microcell. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 28 Issue 3 March 2000 . and 30 mVrms from DC to 20 MHz. the microcell must be provided with an input voltage consistent with a standard +24 VDC battery plant. noise and ripple. soft start.

Grounding of DC Return Conductors 7 The DC return conductors must be bonded to the grounding electrode system at the output of the DC power source. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 29 . Lucent Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites (401-200-115) to determine the “zone of protection”. See Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines. surge protection on the DC feeders is not required. 500 A 8 µsec/20 µsec pulse waveform. If all of the cell site equipment and the DC power source are within the “zone of protection” of a higher metallic structure.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Lightning Surge Protection 7 Lightning surge protection is required for outdoor configurations where the DC power source is located more than 7. Lightning surge protection must be provided such that equipment shall not be degraded or damaged if the feeders are exposed to ten strikes of a surge of 500 V. Refer to Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines. Surge protectors must be provided and the DC feeders must be run in properly grounded metal conduit. Lucent Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites (401-200-115) for detailed grounding requirements.6 meters (25 feet) from the microcell.

T Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 30 Issue 3 March 2000 . CB14. since the 650-W PBC is designed to support one microcell without heaters. When the 1.401-703-340 PDC and PBC Power Support Considerations 7 7 ! CAUTION: Caution must be taken when implementing PBC and PDC configurations. the heater circuit breaker (CB5) in the PDC must be in the OFF position and the heater wires must be permanently disconnected. since the 1.3 kW PBC is designed to support three microcells without heaters.3 kW PBC is utilized to support three microcells. CB15) in the MPDC must be in the OFF position and the heater wires must be permanently disconnected. the three heater circuit breakers (CB11. T When the 650-W PBC is utilized to support one microcell.

it must provide power to the microcell in accordance with Table 8 over all input and output conditions including no load to full load.264 VAC 20 . Circuit Breakers for Microcell Recommended Circuit Breaker 20 A 20 A 20 A 30 A Type AC AC AC DC Voltage 120 120 240 24 Equipment PCU Heaters PCU PCU Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 31 . If another manufacturer ’s PDC equivalent is used.30 VDC Nominal Voltage 120 VAC 240 VAC 24 VDC Table 10 lists the recommended circuit breakers for the microcell equipment. Table 9. Flexent™ CDMA Microcell AC Power Requirements Frequency Range 57 .63 Hz Maximum Current 16 A 8A 30 A Voltage Range 85 . and low line to high line.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Use of a PDC Equivalent General 7 7 The Lucent Technologies PDC is specifically designed as an interface to the Flexent CDMA Microcell. Table 8.130 VAC 180 . Power Requirements 7 If another manufacturer ’s PDC equivalent is used. the following guidelines must be followed.63 Hz 57 .

with the characteristics listed in Table 10. it must meet the following minimum requirements. impulse On state voltage @ 100 A Rated impulse discharge Value > 265 V @ 20 mA 265 . T1/E1 Lightning Protection 9 Lightning protection for the T1/E1 input and six user alarms must be provided when the PDC equivalent and microcell are located outside the cone of protection. T1/E1 and AC surge protection must be properly provided per the guidelines listed below. Table 10.5 VDC/265 mA 135 VDC/200 mA < 10 V 10 x 1000 microseconds 200 A > 200 pF -40 to 65° C <5V Capacitance Operational temperature range Balanced voltage limiting Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 32 Issue 3 March 2000 . Protector Characteristics Characteristic DC breakover voltage @ 100 V/second Impulse breakover voltage @ 100 V/ microsecond Insulation resistance @ 100 VDC DC holdover.400 V > 100 MegaOhms 52. T T T T T The enclosure used to house the interface components must be rated a minimum of NEMA3R or UL50 type 3R. A generator inlet connector for backup power to the microcell is recommended. A building protector block is recommended with 5-pin plug-in protectors. T1/E1 connection to the microcell I/O module J201 port must be provided via an RJ45 connector.401-703-340 PDC Equivalent Requirements 9 If another manufacturer ’s PDC equivalent is used. A GFCI duplex convenience outlet is recommended.

“IEEE Recommended Practice on Surge Voltages in Low-voltage AC Power Circuits”.000 A/phase 600 Joules Line-to-Line Line-to-Neutral Line-to-Ground Neutral-to-Ground -40 to 52 C Operating Temperature Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 33 .41.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines AC Lightning Protection 10 Surge protection must be provided on the AC line to prevent damage to the equipment as defined in IEEE/ANSI C62. AC Surge Arrestor Electrical Characteristics Characteristic Voltage Rating (120 VAC L-N) Frequency Maximum Surge Current Maximum Energy Dissipation Protection Modes Value Up to 120/240 VAC 60 Hz 40. Table 11. Typical AC surge arrestor electrical characteristics are shown in Table 11.

Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 34 Issue 3 March 2000 . If a PDC is not used. Power Requirements11 If a PDC is not used. Refer to “T1/E1 Lightning Protection” on page 32 and “AC Lightning Protection” on page 33. The conduit must be grounded at both ends using surfaces that are paint-free and conductive. power must be provided to the microcell in accordance with Table 8 over all input and output conditions including no load to full load. Recommended circuit breakers for the microcell equipment are listed in Table 9.401-703-340 No PDC Configuration General 11 11 The Lucent Technologies PDC is specifically designed as an interface to the Flexent CDMA Microcell. Power cables and I/O cables must be run in separate conduits. the following guidelines must be followed. Surge and Lightning Protection 11 Surge and lightning protection must be provided for all cables entering the microcell. and low line to high line. Metallic Conduits 11 All cables entering the microcell must be run in metallic conduit such as Lucent Technologies 1-inch liquid-tight flexible steel conduit with built-in continuous copper ground or equivalent.

3-wire PCU PCU PCU Black Red Green/Yellow Line 1 In Line 2 In Ground 120 VAC 120 VAC 120 VAC Heater Heater Heater Black White Green/Yellow Line In Neutral Ground +24 VDC +24 VDC PCU PCU Red Black Feed Return Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 35 . Table 12. 2-wire PCU PCU PCU Power Cable Information Usage Wire Color Black White Green/Yellow Connection Line In Neutral Ground 120/240 VAC. Table 12 provides power cable information. 3-wire 120/240 VAC.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Power Cables 11 The customer-supplied cables required for the microcell Power Converter Unit (PCU) vary depending on the power source that is used (120 VAC. 2-wire 120 VAC. Input 120 VAC. 3-wire 120/240 VAC. A second set of AC cables is required if the microcell is equipped with heaters. 2-wire 120 VAC. 240 VAC or +24 VDC). One set of AC or DC power cables must be provided for the microcell PCU.

Tighten the screw on the set screw connector and screw the black insulator cap on the set screw. connect each AC cable labeled “Heater” to the same color AC wire labeled “Heater” in the junction box using the set screw connector. If heaters are used. They are coiled. white and green/ yellow wires will be present and will be tagged “Heater”. tie-wrapped and tagged in the microcell junction box. 3-wire operation is used.Line 1” in the junction box using a set screw connector. If 120/240 VAC. If 120 VAC. 12 One set of black. white and green/yellow AC power wires is tagged “PCU ”. Tighten the screw on the set screw connector and screw the black insulator cap on the set screw. connect the red AC cable labeled “PCU” to the white AC wire labeled “PCU-Line 2” in the junction box using a set screw connector. connect the three wires from it to the three fan assembly wires in the junction box. Tighten the screw on the set screw connector and screw the black insulator cap on the set screw. If the fan assembly is present. connect the white AC cable labeled PCU to the white AC wire in the junction box using a set screw connector. 2-wire operation is used. Connect the green cables to the ground lug in the junction box. Tighten the screw on the set screw connector and screw the black insulator cap on the set screw. Connect the black AC cable labeled “PCU” to the black AC wire labeled “PCU . If heaters are used in the microcell. Perform the following steps to connect the customer-supplied AC power cables to the AC power wires in the microcell junction box. a second set of black. 3 4 5 6 7 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 36 Issue 3 March 2000 .401-703-340 Connection of AC Power Cables in Microcell The microcell AC power wires are pre-connected on the PCU and heaters (if used). Step 1 2 Action Strip the end of each AC cable to expose 13 mm (1/2 inch) of wire.

and the pigtail to the microcell PCU. Using an H-tap parallel connector kit. Step 1 2 3 Action Strip the end of each DC cable to expose 13 mm (1/2 inch) of wire.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Connection of DC Power Cables in Microcell A #6 AWG connectorized pigtail is provided in the junction box of the microcell for +24 VDC applications. Remove the insulating cap from the end of the #6 AWG pigtail and strip the end of each pigtail wire to expose 13 mm (1/2 inch) of wire. 4 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 37 . connect each DC cable to the same color wire of the pigtail and apply an insulating material over the connections. 12 Perform the following steps to connect the customer-supplied DC power cables to the pigtail. Plug the connectorized end of the pigtail into the PCU DC connector.

Table 14 shows I/O cable and connector information. Alarms Input. Maintenance Port Input. Primary T1/E1 Input. Peripheral Bus Input. Table 14. CDMA Test Port The I/O protection module is labeled with the connector reference designation of each cable as shown in Figure 16. Voice Input. I/O Cable and Connector Information Connector Reference J201 J202 J203 J204 J205 J207 J210 Connector Type RJ-48C/(jack) RJ-48C/(jack) RJ-45/(jack) RJ-11/(jack) DB-15/(jack) RJ-45/(jack) DB-9/(jack) Function Input. The I/O cables must be connectorized on the end that terminates in the microcell.401-703-340 Microcell Input/Output Cables12 There are seven I/O cables that connect to the I/O protection module in the microcell. Figure 16. Secondary T1/E1 Input. I/O Protection Module Cable Connections Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 38 Issue 3 March 2000 .

4. 10. Table 15.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Connectors must be wired on the microcell-end of the I/O cables as shown in Table 15. 12 3 J207 RJ-45 5 (bi-directional) 4 (bi-directional) Functional Description T1/E1 1TTIP T1/E1 1TRING T1/E1 1RTIP T1/E1 1RRING T1/E1 2TTIP T1/E1 2TRING T1/E1 2RTIP T1/E1 2RRING METH TX(+) METH TX(-) METH RX(+) METH RX(-) VTIP VRING ALARM1 ALARM2 ALARM3 ALARM4 ALARM5 ALARM6 FRM GND ARCNET(+) ARCNET(-) VTIP Connector J201 (Category 5 shielded cable required) J202 (Category 5 shielded cable required) Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 39 . 6. 8. I/O Connector Pin Information Connector Type Pin Numbers (Input or Output) 5 (output) RJ-48C 4 (output) 2 (input) 1 (input) 5 (output) RJ-48C 4 (output) 2 (input) 1 (input) 1 (output) J203 RJ-45 2 (output) 3 (input) 6 (input) 4 (bi-directional) J204 RJ-11 3 (bi-directional) 1 (input) 3 (input) 5 (input) J205 DB-15 7 (input) 9 (input) 11 (input) 2.

401-703-340 Table 15. I/O Connector Pin Information (Continued) Connector Type Pin Numbers (Input or Output) 1(output) 2(output) 3(output) 4(output) J210 DB-9 5(output) 6(output) 7(output) 8(output) 9(output) Functional Description TFU RHO 10 5 VD TRU RHO EV DEBUGON TFU RHO 19 DGRD DGRD DGRD DGRD Connector Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 40 Issue 3 March 2000 .

T T T PBC Equivalent Requirements for DC Power 15 If another manufacturer ’s PBC equivalent is used in a DC power scenario.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Use of a PBC Equivalent General 15 15 Lucent Technologies recommends the use of a Power Backup Cabinet (PBC) from OnLine Power. PBC Equivalent Requirements for AC Power 15 If another manufacturer ’s PBC equivalent is used in an AC power scenario. The PBC unit must deliver power values as specified in Table 8 on page 31. the following requirements must be met. T T T AC input is required to feed the charging device for the batteries. The cabinet must be approved by the appropriate safety agency for deployment. it must meet the following minimum requirements. part 15. The output frequency must be from 57 Hz to 63 Hz at 60 Hz nominal. or three microcells without heaters. The customer must size the cable feeds between the DC source and the microcell to minimize voltage drops. If another manufacturer ’s PBC equivalent is used.41-1991 category C3. subpart B. The customer must size the cable feeds between the AC source and the microcell to minimize voltage drops. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 41 . The cabinet must meet Class B emission requirements of 47CFR. The operating temperature range of the cabinet must be from -40° to 52° C. and 180 to 264 volts at 240 VAC nominal. The AC power surge protector must be protected in accordance with C62. Inc. the following guidelines must be followed. The cabinet must be connected ahead of the PDC or PDC equivalent when it is supporting one microcell with or without heaters. T T T T T T The enclosure used to house the power backup components must be rated a minimum of NEMA3R or UL50 type 3R. The DC output must be 24 VDC nominal at the terminals of the microcell. The output voltage range must be from 85 to 130 volts at 120 VAC nominal.

Exothermic weld is recommended for grounding connections where practical. The cell site grounding. low impedance paths to earth be provided to bond together all grounding systems. must be bonded to the grounding electrode system. and coated with an anti-oxidation material before connections are made. copper clad rod. and also where it comes near the equipment. The grounding conductors must be as straight and short as possible. Therefore. two-hole (0. An appropriate surge protection device must be installed at the service entry point and be connected directly to the grounding electrode system. The metallic support for the antenna must also be bonded to the grounding system. it is imperative that the cell site be properly grounded and that a low impedance path to earth be provided. including all cabinets and antenna cable shields. All below grade connections must be exothermically welded. In indoor applications. The antenna cable shield must be bonded at the top and bottom of the vertical run. tinned copper wire.. solid. The interior ground cable must be stranded copper with green insulation type THWN or equivalent. connectors. All metallic objects within 1.75” center) lugs or double crimp “C” taps are also acceptable. Exterior ground conductors must be either solid bare tinned copper.). insulated (insulation to be sunlight-resistant) copper cable. as a minimum. etc. #2 AWG bare. All grounding system material (cable. No sharp bends or loops are permitted in grounding conductors.75 meters (6 feet) of the grounded equipment must be bonded to the grounding system. The contact area of metal to which connections are made must be prepared to bare bright finish. electrolytic rods. or stranded. buses. It is recommended that two separate. Buried ground conductors must be. Compression type. buried ring ground. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 42 Issue 3 March 2000 . Commercial AC power and T1/E1 facilities are particularly susceptible to lightning surges and must be properly protected. the antenna cable shield must also be bonded at the hatchplate before entering the building. metallic water pipe. etc.) must be of high quality materials that resist deterioration and require little or no maintenance.401-703-340 Grounding and Lightning Protection Bonding Requirements General 15 15 Flexent CDMA Microcell sites are susceptible to lightning surges due to their association with poles and antennas.g. All Flexent CDMA Microcell sites must be equipped with one or more grounding electrode systems (e.

During equipment installation. Lucent Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites (401-200-115) and FLEXENT Microcell Cabinet Installation Requirements (ED3R128-10) for detailed requirements related to grounding and lightning protection bonding. the temporary arrangement will be removed and the antenna cable shields will be connected to the grounding electrode system through the main ground bus bar. solid tinned copper wire to the pole or wall at 1. see 401-200-115) Coils of #2 AWG bare. the RF and GPS antenna cable shields be temporarily connected to the grounding electrode system through the #2 AWG bare. Grounding Equipment 15 It is the customer ’s responsibility to provide and install the following grounding equipment: T T T RF and GPS coax cable shield grounding kits (per microcell) Grounding electrode system (for details. solid tinned copper cable using exothermic welds. solid tinned copper wire with sufficient length for connection of the main ground bus bar to the grounding electrode system (for details. it may be used as a down conductor if approval is obtained from the manufacturer or owner of the pole. see Figure 17. 1995 edition). ! CAUTION: The equipment warranty can be voided if the guidelines detailed in the National Electric Code NFPA 70. The lowermost portion of the metallic pole must be bonded to the grounding electrode system using #2 AWG bare. solid tinned copper wire mentioned above. Grounding of Metal Pole 15 If the pole on which the microcell is to be mounted is metallic. The Standard for Installation of Lightning Protection System (NFPA 780.2 meter (48 inch) intervals) T It is recommended that during site preparation. Verification of the grounding requirements should be performed using checklists SP-3A and SP-3B found in Appendix A of this document. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 43 .FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Refer to Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines. Figure 18 and Figure 19) Non-metallic cable clips (to secure #2 AWG bare. Lucent Technologies 401-200-115 and Lucent Technologies Engineering Drawings referenced in this document are not followed.

Typical Wooden Pole Installation Grounding Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 44 Issue 3 March 2000 .401-703-340 Wooden Pole Grounding Configuration Figure 17 shows a typical grounding configuration for a wooden pole installation. 15 Figure 17.

) 15 .4 M M (6 ” ) B E LO W F R O S T LINE E XO TH E R M IC W E LD (T YP.44 M (8 ’ ) LO N G C O P P ER C L AD R O D S PA C E D 10 F T.8 M M (5 /8 ’ )X 2. Typical Metal Pole Installation Grounding Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 45 .4 M M (6 ” ) FIN ISH G R AD E TH E G R E AT ER D E P TH O F 76 2 M M (30 ” ) O R 152 .FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Metal Pole Grounding Configuration 15 Figure 18 shows a typical grounding configuration for a metal pole installation. M IN #2 AW G BA R E S O LID T IN N ED C O P P ER C A B LE GROUNDING E LE CTRODE S YS TE M Figure 18. TH E M ETA LLIC PO LE ST R U C TU R E M AY B E U SE D A S D O W N C O N D U C TO R A FT ER A P P R O VA L O F M A N U FA C TU R E R A N D /O R O W N E R IS O BTA IN E D M E TA LLIC P O L E E XO TH E R M IC W E LD (W H E R E AP P LIC A B LE ) W ITH A P P R O VA L O F O W N ER A N D /O R P O L E ’ S M A N U FA C TU R E R #2 AW G BA R E S O LID T IN N ED CO PP E R W IR E TO P O F FO UN D AT IO N 15 2.

Typical Wall-Mounted Installation Grounding Configuration Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 46 Issue 3 March 2000 .4 (6 ” ) B E LO W FR O S T LIN E 3M (10 ’) M IN . #2 A W G B A R E S O LID T IN N E D C O P P E R W IR E E X O T H E R M IC W E LD (TY P.44 M (8 ’ ) ) C O P P E R C LA D G R O U N D R O D (T Y P.401-703-340 Wall-Mounted Grounding Configuration Figure 19 shows a typical grounding configuration for a wall-mounted installation.) 15.8 M M (5/8 ” ) X 2. 18 B U ILD IN G W A LL F O R M O U N T IN G O F FLE X E N T M IC R O C E LL C A B IN E T F IN IS H G R A D E C O IL S U FF IC IE N T LE N G T H O F #2 A W G B A R E S O LID T INN E D C O P P E R W IR E F O R LATE R C O N N E C TIO N TO T H E M A IN G R O U N D B U S B A R (T Y P.) Figure 19.) G R E AT E R D E P TH O F 762 M M (30 ” ) O R 152.

Grounding of the antenna cable outer shield must be performed in accordance with the ground kit manufacturer ’s instructions and as outlined in Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines for Lucent Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites (400-200-115). RF antenna cable ends must be located as specified in the applicable Lucent Technologies engineering drawings. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 47 . All antenna jumper cables must be installed in accordance with Lucent Technologies engineering drawings.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Antenna Interface Requirements General Requirements 19 19 All materials for outdoor antenna cables must be rated for outdoor use. Lightning surge protection for antennas is provided on top of the Flexent CDMA Microcell. Verification of the antenna interface requirements can be performed using Checklist SP-4 found in Appendix A of this document. All antenna connections must be waterproofed in accordance with the connector and cable manufacturer ’s instructions. All cable runs must be appropriately supported in accordance with the connector and cable manufacturer ’s instructions. Failure to follow these drawings may result in problems during installation.

resulting in a total of three RF antennas.401-703-340 RF Antenna Requirements Mounting Options 19 19 The Flexent CDMA Microcell is primarily intended for use with two RF antennas (one duplex Rx/Tx and one diversity Rx). with a minimum input and output return loss of 14 dB (VSWR less than 1. Therefore the Cellular CDMA Microcell with integrated RF antennas will use simplex transmission. Antenna Specifications 19 All RF antennas must be 50 watts. These antennas may be mounted remotely and cabled to the microcell. they are mounted at cross angles to provide angular diversity instead of spatial diversity. The transmit antenna will mount vertically while the two receive antennas are mounted at cross angles. other external antenna configurations are possible. In addition. However. or may be integrated within the front panel of the microcell. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 48 Issue 3 March 2000 .5:1) at the receive and transmit ports. ! CAUTION: The integrated antenna may expose individuals to radio frequency emissions which exceed FCC limits at distances closer than 1. FCC requirements for cellular band transmitters do not allow transmissions to be non-vertically polarized. Installation and maintenance personnel should refer to guidelines in training and user manuals to minimize exposure.2 meters (4 feet). such as: T T T T Connection to a distributed antenna system Connection to two antenna faces simultaneously Connections to antennas through an external filter enclosure No diversity receive for in-building applications Integrated Antenna Restrictions for Cellular CDMA 19 When the RF antennas are integrated into the front panel of the microcell.

the following items should be considered. It should be noted that each concrete floor may provide another 10. High gain antennas that have 3-dB beamwidth less than. and in the center of hallway intersections. 180 degrees be used. and at the ends of hallways. Leaky coaxial radiators are recommended to provide RF coverage in elevator shafts or building connecting hallways. High gain antennas that have 3-dB beamwidth less than. 180 degrees are recommended for use along the walls of large conference rooms or auditoriums. but close to. it is recommended that an antenna with horizontal 3-dB beamwidth less than. but close to. If several floors are to be covered by one antenna. T Omni antennas are recommended for use in the middle of large conference rooms or auditoriums. T T T T Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 49 .to 15-dB wall loss to the free space propagation loss. but close to. 90 degrees are recommended to be used at a corner of a large conference room or auditorium.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines In-Building Antenna Considerations 19 There are often many rooms and hallways in any specific building. In order to achieve the best RF coverage in the building.

The GPS antenna can be mounted directly on the microcell. The GPS antenna requires +5 VDC and receives it from the first microcell that it is serving. When multiple microcells are collocated at a cell site.2-meter (4 feet) and 9. or may be remotely located up to 145 meters (500 feet) from the microcell. Figure 20 GPS Antenna Serving Three Flexent™ CDMA Microcells Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 50 Issue 3 March 2000 . one GPS antenna can serve up to six microcells through the use of a 1:3 or 1:6 splitter.5-dB/100 feet at 1500 Hz. The 1/2-inch foam dielectric has a loss of 4.401-703-340 GPS Antenna Requirements GPS Antenna Configuration 19 19 Each Flexent CDMA Microcell requires a GPS signal for synchronizing handoffs with neighboring cell sites. GPS repeater amplifiers may be required for the remotely located antenna option.1-meter (30 feet) cable kit is available to connect the splitter to the microcell. A 1. Figure 20 shows three microcells sharing a single GPS antenna signal.

53 0.03 0. Table 16 Code KS24019 KS24019 KS24019 KS 24019 GPS Antennas List 112A 116 110A 115 Description 26 ± 3 dB gain GPS antenna 40 ± 4 dB gain GPS antenna 50 ± 4 dB gain GPS antenna Antenna mount Recommended Cable Types 16 It is recommended that high-quality.63 Manufacturer Andrew Andrew Cable P/N FSJ4-RN50B LDF4-RN50A Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 51 .575 GHz) 4.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines Antenna Ordering Information 20 Table 16 lists the ordering information for the three types of GPS antennas.0 DC Resistance Nominal Outer (Ohms per Diameter 1000 feet) (inches) 1. Table 17 GPS Cable Characteristics Attenuation (dB/100 feet @ 1.8 3. Table 17 lists the cable characteristics of two recommended cables. The cables should be outdoor (UV) as well as riser (fireretardant) rated. low-loss cables be used for the GPS antenna connections.82 1.

92 27. Installation and Maintenance (401-660-128).2 FSJ4 LDF4 GPS Antenna Installation 18 For detailed installation instructions for the GPS Antenna. Use Checklist SP-5 (Appendix A) to verify GPS antenna installation prior to beginning the microcell installation. Table 18. Verify GPS Installation and Line of Sight 18 It is highly recommended that a Garmin 45XL (or equivalent) be used to verify the GPS antenna installation and line of sight prior to installing the Flexent CDMA Microcell. refer to Base Station CDMA Reference Frequency Timing Generator and Antenna System Description.36 FSJ4 LDF4 L110A 50 23. splitters and other hardware used to connect the GPS antenna to the microcell should be considered when selecting the GPS antenna. connectors. Table 18 lists the aggregate losses and approximate allowable cable lengths for each type of antenna.77 12 FSJ4 LDF4 16 25 290 470 485 765 250 400 570 1025 900 1400 188 300 480 733 688 1100 L116 40 13. Operation.28 43. Antenna Selection Data Worst Case Cable Length with 1:3 Splitter (feet) 125 200 400 633 605 966 GPS Antenna KS24019 L112A Nominal Antenna Gain (dB) 26 Nominal Cable Approximate Approximate Length Minimum Maximum TOTAL TOTAL with 1:3 Allowable Allowable Andrew Cable Cable Splitter Minimum Maximum Cable Length Length (feet) Type (feet) (feet) Loss (dB) Loss (dB) 0.401-703-340 Antenna Selection Based on Losses 17 The aggregate losses in cables. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 52 Issue 3 March 2000 .

The NIU also provides coaxial protection for two E1 transmit/receive circuits with expansion to four E1 circuits. customers may share a single DS1 facility over six microcells by daisy-chaining them together. or where the microcells are used for in-building distribution and there are several cell sites located within the same building. For 75 ohm networks.1 meters (20 feet) of the PDC that it is serving. The Flexent CDMA Microcell accepts two T1 twisted wire pairs from the PDC (or equivalent). The microcell utilizes one T1/E1 input pair if a dedicated T1/E1 facility is used. the NIU must be located within 6. Daisy-chaining can be used in applications where the microcells are closely located.1 meters (20 feet) of the microcell that it is serving. such as a three-sector configuration. the E1 facility terminates on the Network Interface Unit (NIU). The Single PDC provides T1/E1 interface for one microcell and the Multiple PDC provides T1/ E1 interfaces for up to three microcells. The NIU must be located within 6. and a second facility connection is required for a daisy-chain application. but also transmits it on to the next microcell in the chain. The NIU provides a central point for converting E1 coaxial signaling to balanced signaling required by the microcell. The pipe consists of DS0 channels on a T1/E1 facility. If an PDC is not used. The T1 cable input lines should be in place prior to the start of the microcell or PDC installation.FLEXENT™ CDMA Microcell Site Preparation Guidelines T1/E1 Facilities Requirements T1/E1 Input Lines 18 18 The Flexent CDMA Microcell communicates with the 5ESS DCS via a wideband channel called a packet pipe. The maximum distance between daisy-chained microcells without T1/E1 repeaters is 1735 meters (6000 feet). The daisy-chaining of Flexent CDMA Microcells is done by running a full DS1 to the first microcell. The Primary Distribution Cabinet (PDC) serves as the centralized connection point for interfacing all T1/E1 connections at the cell site. A packet pipe carries packetized voice and data signals. The line interface unit within the first microcell receives the DS1. T1/E1 Daisy-Chaining 18 To make more efficient use of the digital facilities. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 53 .

Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page 54 Issue 3 March 2000 .401-703-340 VerifyT1/E1Facilities18 Verification of the T1/E1 facilities can be performed using Checklist SP-1 found in Appendix A of this document.

Contents Attached to this appendix are the following master sheets. SP-GEN SP-1 SP-2 SP-3 SP-4 SP-5 SP-6 SP-6A Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-1 . from which copies should be made for each site preparation performed.Site Preparation Checklists A Cell Site General Information (1 page) Site Preparation General Checklist (1 page) Site Preparation Power Source Checklist (1 page) Site Preparation Grounding Checklist (3 pages) Site Preparation RF Antenna Checklist (1 page) Site Preparation GPS Antenna Checklist (2 pages) Site Preparation Punchlist Sheet (1 page) Punchlist Continuation Sheets (1 page) Overview Purpose This section is for use by authorized personnel to verify completion of cell site preparation activities prior to installation of cell site equipment.

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Site Preparation Checklists SP-GEN Cell Site General Information Cell Site Name: MTA Name: Cell Site Address: Cell Site #: Cell Site Access Contact Name: Contact Phone # and Pager #: Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-3 .

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10. 2. 8. 9. Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-5 .Site Preparation Checklists SP-1 Site Preparation General Checklist Item # 1. 7. 6. 11. Description Are all site permits complete? Has a Method of Procedure been developed and completed with the installation supervisor? Are cell translations available? Has the installer cell site equipment parameter sheet been completed and reviewed with the installation supervisor? Are the ECP/Switch and cell software generics compatible? Is cell site T1/E1 demarcation point known? Are T1/E1 facilities available and active? Is T1/E1 interface conduit in place at site? Has all equipment been ordered and has delivery to site been scheduled? Have all necessary arrangements been made for access to the site? Have all necessary arrangements been made to get equipment onto the site? Yes No N/A V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Comment/Punchlist Issue # 3. 5. 4.

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4. 5. single phase? For indoor applications. 3.Site Preparation Checklists SP-2 Site Preparation Power Source Checklist Item # 1. has a Power Line Surge Protector been installed? Yes V V V V V No V V V V V N/A V V V V V Comment/Punchlist Issue # Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-7 . Description Is AC service available? Have AC service and conduits been approved by local code? Is AC service equipped with surge protection at service entry point? Is AC power source nominal 208 or 240 VAC. 2.

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Have connections been provided to grounding electrode system? If yes.Site Preparation Checklists SP-3 Site Preparation Grounding Checklist Item # 1 2. 9. 4. check all that apply: Via a buried ring ground and driven rod(s) V V V V V V No N/A Comment/Punchlist Issue # Via a buried metallic & electrically continuous water pipe Via driven ground rod(s) and/or plate(s) Via electrolytic ground rod(s) Via grounded building steel Via grounded grid or radial Is a lightning mast(s) or air terminal(s) provided and bonded? Is antenna support structure(s) grounded? Are antenna cable shields grounded at both ends? If a tower is utilized and is greater than 200 feet high. V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-9 . Description Is cell site resistance less than or equal to 10 ohms? Yes V V V V V V 3. 6. 8. 5. are antenna cable shields grounded at mid-point and both ends? Is antenna tower bonded to grounding electrode system? Are guy wires bonded to grounding electrode system? Is steel pole structure used as down conductor? 7.

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13. 16. 15. as applicable)? Are all metallic objects within 6 feet bonded to the grounding electrode system? Is AC power supply equipped with surge protection device and is the device properly connected to the grounding electrode system? Is T1/E1 line equipped with surge protection device and is the device properly connected to the grounding electrode system? Is tower light system (if installed) equipped with surge protection device and is the device properly connected to the grounding electrode system? Yes V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V No N/A Comment/Punchlist Issue # 11. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-11 . properly secured. antioxidant used on contact surface area)? Are grounding conductors routed as straight as possible with no loops or sharp bends? Are metallic conduits bonded at both ends and 25-foot intervals? Are all fence corner posts and gate posts properly grounded (including fence fabric and barbed wire. compression type with 2-hole lugs. 17. 14. 12.Site Preparation Checklists SP-3 Site Preparation Grounding Checklist (Continued) Item # 10. Description Are all ground connections in compliance with Lucent requirements (exothermic weld.

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Site Preparation Checklists SP-3 Site Preparation Grounding Checklist (Continued) Item # 18. good practice) Yes V V V V V V No N/A Comment / Punchlist Issue # 19. Description Are antenna cable shields grounded prior to entering the building at the hatchplate? Is surge protection installed on coaxial cable lines entering building? (not a requirement. Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-13 .

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2. 8. 4. Description All antenna cable runs installed? All external cable connections weatherproofed? All external insulated cables sunlight resistant? Antenna cable run demarcation points in proper location? Antenna cable runs marked and in proper sequence per applicable drawing? Antenna and cable sweeps performed? Antennas properly installed and secured? All antennas the proper type? Antennas at proper azimuth? (0.Site Preparation Checklists SP-4 Site Preparation RF Antenna Checklist Item # 1. or 240 degrees) Antennas at proper height? Yes 6. 10. V V V V V V V V V V No V V V V V V V V V V N/A V V V V V V V V V V Comment/Punchlist Issue # Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-15 . 3. 120. 5. 7. 9.

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7. Description Antenna installed with base level within 2 degrees? Antenna installed with less than 25% of the sky masked by obstruction? GPS antenna located at least 1. V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 8. 10. 9. cable VSWR. GPS antenna gain. 2. V V V V No V V V V N/A V V V V Comment / Punchlist Issue # 5. cable type. total cable length.22 meters (4 feet) vertically and horizontally from any transmitter Aggregate cable loss. 6.Site Preparation Checklists SP-5 Site Preparation GPS Antenna Checklist Item # 1. 3. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-17 . KS-list and serial numbers recorded in the site installation records? Proper gain antenna installed for the total aggregate cable loss and length? Measured cable VSWR within its specified value? GPS antenna cable properly grounded near antenna and at microcell (outdoor) or at hatchplate (indoor)? Cable connections torqued to the appropriate value? All external cable connections weatherproofed (except connector at antenna)? All external cables UV rated? Yes 4.

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Site Preparation Checklists SP-5 Site Preparation GPS Antenna Checklist (Continued) Item # 11. etc. pipes and antenna properly secured? GPS antenna location verified for line of sight using a Garmin 45XLS test unit or equivalent? GPS antenna location free of external interference (i. collocated equipment.)? Yes V V V V V V V V V No N/A Comment/Punchlist Issue # 13.. Description Antenna bracket.e. radio stations. 12. Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-19 .

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Inspection Checklist Completion Sign-off Check here if continuation sheet used V Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 A-21 .Site Preparation Checklists SP-6 Site Preparation Punchlist Sheet Item # Corrective Action Required Comment/Description Severity (1/2/3) (Y/N) Completed (Date) Severity Column Definitions: 1. Equipment installation. 3. Equipment installation can occur but issue must be rectified prior to handoff to customer or service turn-up so that warranty is not voided. or service turn-up can occur but not per Lucent recommendations. handoff to customer. Equipment installation cannot occur until outage is rectified and will void warranty or potentially cause personal injury. 2.

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Contents Attached to this appendix are the following master sheets. CSC-1 Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 B-1 . from which copies should be made for each site preparation performed.Cell Site Information B Cell Site Configuration Information (5 pages) Overview Purpose This section is for use by Customer Project Management to document cell site configuration information.

Cell Site Information Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page B-2 Issue 3 March 2000 .

Cell Site Information CSC-1 Cell Site Configuration Information Cell Site Name: MTA Name: Cell Site Address: Cell Site #: Cell Site Access Contact Name: Contact Phone # & Pager #: Documentation & Drawing Information Referenced Lucent Installation Engineering Drawing(s) Site Preparation Document Base Station Power & Alarm Requirements Base Station GPS Document Base Station Cabinet Installation Manual Lightning Protection and Grounding Guidelines Document or Drawing Number Issue # V V Installation Type (Check all that apply) Indoor Outdoor V V Controlled Environment Uncontrolled Environment V V V V Pole Rooftop Wall _______________ Other (Specify) _______________ Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 B-3 .

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Cell Site Information CSC-1 Cell Site Configuration Information (continued) Earthquake Zone Rating: V Zone 1 V Zone 2 V Zone 3 V Zone 4 Flexent CDMA Microcell Cell Site Equipment Radio Cabinet / Serial Number ____________ ____________ Number of Sectors: Omni 1 2 V V V Total GPS Cable Length (ft) Antenna Jumper Cable Type: _________ V V Simplex Duplex # of Carriers (1-6) GPS Antenna KS/Model Antenna Type: ____________ ________ V V External Integrated V V GPS Antenna Gain _________ (dB) N-to-N N-to-DIN Power Backup Cabinet (Type) AC Generator ? _________ V V Yes No Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 B-5 .

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Cell Site Information CSC-1 Cell Site Configuration Information (continued) Cell Site Grounding V V Yes No If yes. select all that apply: Collocated non-PCS equipment Ground Bus V V V V Yes No Yes No Existing grounding system: If Yes. quantity: ________________ V V V V V V V V V V Buried ring ground and driven rods Buried metallic and electrically continuous water pipe Down conductors (Quantity:___) Electrolytic ground rod(s) (Quantity:___) Driven ground rod(s) (Quantity:___) Grounded building steel Ground grid Ground radial(s) (Quantity:___) Single Point Integrated Completed by:_____________________________ Date: _____________ Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 B-7 .

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Glossary Overview Purpose This section provides a list of acronyms and abbreviations used in this document. Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page Issue 3 March 2000 GL-1 .

Glossary A AC ANSI AWG BOCA C CDMA CFM dB DC DCS ECP FCC GFCI GHz GPS HVAC Hz I/O kG kW LNA MHz m mm MOP mVp-p Ampere(s) Alternating Current American National Standards Institute American Wire Gauge mVrms Millivolt Route Mean Square NEC NESC NIU National Electric Code National Electric Safety Code Network Interface Unit Outside Plant Power Backup Cabinet Personal Communications Services Power Converter Unit Primary Distribution Cabinet Plain Old Telephone Service Radio Cluster Server Radio Frequency Receive 24-Channel Digital Carrier Timing/Frequency Unit Transmit Uniform Building Code Underwriters Laboratories Uninterruptible Power Supply Ultraviolet Volts Alternating Current Volts Direct Current Voltage Standing Wave Ratio Watt(s) Building Officials and Code Administrators OSP Celsius (or Centigrade) Code Division Multiple Access Cubic feet per minute Decibel(s) Direct Current Digital Cellular Switch Executive Cellular Processor Federal Communications Commission Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Gigahertz Global Positioning System Heating. Air Conditioning Hertz Input/Output Kilogram(s) Kilowatt(s) Low Noise Amplifier Megahertz Meter(s) Millimeter(s) Method of Procedure Millivolt Peak-to-Peak PBC PCS PCU PDC POTS RCS RF Rx T1/E1 TFU Tx UBC UL UPS UV VAC VDC VSWR W Lucent Technologies — Proprietary See notice on first page GL-2 Issue 3 March 2000 . Ventilation.