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SRAN3.

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Contents
1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................5
1.1 Positioning ....................................................................................................................................................... 5 1.2 Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 Architecture ....................................................................................................................................9
2.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................................... 9 2.2 BBU3900 ....................................................................................................................................................... 10 2.2.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 ................................................................................................................ 10 2.2.2 Logical Structure of the BBU3900........................................................................................................ 10 2.2.3 Boards of the BBU3900........................................................................................................................ 12 2.2.4 Ports on the BBU3900 .......................................................................................................................... 14 2.3 RRU3908 ....................................................................................................................................................... 16 2.3.1 Appearance of the RRU3908 ................................................................................................................ 16 2.3.2 Ports on the RRU3908 .......................................................................................................................... 16 2.3.3 Typical Configuration of RRU3908...................................................................................................... 18 2.4 MRFU ............................................................................................................................................................ 22 2.4.1 Appearance of the MRFU ..................................................................................................................... 22 2.4.2 Ports on the MRFU ............................................................................................................................... 22 2.4.3 Typical Configuration of MRFU........................................................................................................... 23 2.5 Power Sharing ................................................................................................................................................ 25 2.6 Auxiliary Devices........................................................................................................................................... 32 2.6.1 BTS3900 Cabinet.................................................................................................................................. 32 2.6.2 BTS3900L Cabinet ............................................................................................................................... 33 2.6.3 RFC....................................................................................................................................................... 34 2.6.4 APM30H ............................................................................................................................................... 35 2.6.5 TMC11H ............................................................................................................................................... 36 2.6.6 IBBS200T ............................................................................................................................................. 36 2.6.7 IBBS200D............................................................................................................................................. 37 2.6.8 PS4890 .................................................................................................................................................. 37

3 Products and Application Scenarios .......................................................................................39


3.1 Overview........................................................................................................................................................ 39 3.2 Application Scenarios..................................................................................................................................... 39 3.2.1 Application Scenarios of the DBS3900................................................................................................. 39

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SRAN3.0 3900 Series Multi-Mode Base Station Product Description 3.2.2 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900 ................................................................................................. 41 3.2.3 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900A .............................................................................................. 42 3.2.4 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900L............................................................................................... 45

4 Technical Specification..............................................................................................................47
4.1 Technical Specifications of the DBS3900 ...................................................................................................... 47 4.2 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900 ...................................................................................................... 52 4.3 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900A.................................................................................................... 56 4.4 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900L .................................................................................................... 60

A Acronyms and Abbreviations..................................................................................................65

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1.1 Positioning

Introduction

With the mobile communications technology advancing rapidly, the focus of the mobile operators during network construction and partner selection rests on innovation and integration of multiple technologies. This approach helps the mobile operators in constructing a cost-effective and future-oriented mobile network. The launch of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations effectively drives the development of the mobile network, presenting a network with concepts of "Convergence, Broadband, Green, and Evolution" and aiding operators in constructing a better future-oriented mobile network. Upholding the concept of continuous innovation based on customer requirements, Huawei unveils the 3900 series multi-mode base stations, a future-oriented network solution integrating radio resources and multiple technologies. The design of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations are based on originality that encompasses the latest chip design, system architecture, Power Amplifier (PA) technology, and power consumption management. The 3900 series multi-mode base stations feature the cutting-edge modular design of multiple modes and forms. The three basic modules of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations are characterized by small size, high integration, low power consumption, and easy and fast deployment. The innovative design and flexible combinations of the function modules and auxiliary devices encourage Huawei to diversify multi-mode base station products. Furthermore, operators can install modules of different modes in one cabinet to form multiple base station products adapting to different scenarios. This accelerates introduction of new frequency bands and radio technologies and effectively addresses the requirements for a multi-mode mobile network.. The 3900 series multi-mode base stations, based on IP switch and multi-carrier technologies, support bandwidth of over 100 Mbit/s at transmission ports. This ensures the compatibility with the growing mobile data services and ensures higher data transmission rates for users. The optimized hardware and system architecture of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations, in addition to the innovative technologies for the PA and power consumption management, enable operators to implement energy saving and emission reduction and to construct a green communication network through temperature control and green energy utilization.

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1.2 Benefits
The 3900 series multi-mode base stations adopt the cutting-edge modular design by combining multiple modes and using the same types of module for different base station models. The base stations are applicable to various installation scenarios. This significantly reduces the network construction costs and OPEX of operators in terms of site acquisition, capacity expansion, and environment protection. In addition, the base stations enable the construction of a future-oriented network and smooth evolution to the Long Term Evolution (LTE) system.

Smooth Evolution
The 3900 series multi-mode base stations provide multiple evolution solutions and support the evolution from GSM to UMTS and further to LTE.

Multi-mode and multi-band application of the BBU3900 Boards of different modes support plug-and-play. When equipped with boards of different modes, the BBU3900 can serve any two modes among GSM, UMTS, and LTE at the same time, thus enabling dual-mode application. In addition, the BBU3900 supports multiple frequency bands. In this manner, the multi-mode and multi-band application is available.

Application of the SDR technology in GSM, UMTS, and LTE systems With the SDR technology, RF modules can support any type of dual-mode among GSM, UMTS, and LTE through data configuration, so as to meet operators' requirements.

Installation of GSM/UMTS/LTE RF modules and SDR RF modules in the same cabinet RF modules serving different modes can be installed in the same cabinet so that the single-mode or any type of dual-mode among GSM, UMTS, and LTE is applicable to the base station. RF modules operating in different frequency bands can also be housed in the same cabinet. In this way, the multi-mode and multi-band application is available.

The 3900 series multi-mode base stations support the following evolution solutions:

GSM: evolution to GSM Edge Radio Access Network (GERAN) with no requirement for new types of hardware UMTS: evolution to HSPA+ (including MIMO and 64 QAM) with no requirement for new types of hardware

Energy-Saving and Environmentally Friendly Design


The compact and modular design, innovative PA, and power consumption management are the keys to a green communication network that provides energy saving features and requires fewer equipment rooms.

The DBS3900 can control power-on and power-off of boards through software, disabling of RF channels through software, and voltage adjustment of the power supply to the PA based on DL load. This allows adjustment of power requirements based on the actual traffic load, thus reducing power consumption. The fan features the intelligent temperature control design, which enables automatic temperature adjustment and fan speed control, thus further reducing power consumption. The BTS3900 uses the innovative technology in management of power amplification and power consumption, thus minimizing the occupancy of equipment rooms and use of energy resources.

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The RF cabinet of the BTS3900A employs direct air control, thus reducing the power consumption of the base station. The RRU3908 does not have fans. It works in mute mode. Thus, no acoustic noise is generated.

Fast Network Deployment


Due to the compact design and distributed installation, the DBS3900 frees operators from concern about load bearing and leasing of extra installation space. The distributed installation feature of the DBS3900 simplifies transportation, configuration, and installation. This helps reduce difficulties for operators in site acquisition, equipment room construction, equipment transportation, and installation and thus speed up network construction. The cabinet macro base station (macro base station in one or more cabinets), the most compact type in the industry, takes up a small footprint. The footprint of a BTS3900 is 600 mm x 450 mm, whereas that of a BTS3900A is 600 mm x 480 mm.

Investment Saving

In GSM+UMTS dual-mode:

The Abis interface and the Iub interface can share transmission ports, thus reducing transmission costs. The RET antenna can be used. This helps to optimize network coverage performance, reduce interference, and increase system capacity.

The BBU3900 can be installed on a wall or in a confined space. In addition, the BBU3900 can be installed in the existing equipment, such as the outdoor equipment, transmission device, or power supply device, so as to save operators' investment. The RRU3908 can be installed close to the antenna, thus decreasing power loss, saving feeder cost, extending coverage area, and reducing the number of sites. The networks in different modes share the E1 transmission, IP transmission (through interconnection between the WMPT and the GTMU), and IP over E1 transmission. In addition, the networks support sharing of the transmission bandwidth, thus reducing investment in transmission resources. The networks in different modes share the network management resources and auxiliary devices, thus lowering the total investment, particularly the cost in maintenance. The cables are easy to install and maintain, and thus capacity expansion is simplified and the requirement for OM manpower is lowered. When the GSM network uses E1/T1 transport and UMTS uses IP transport, the UMTS network can use the GSM clock, thus implementing clock source sharing without additional investment in the Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment or clock server. The base station supports clock over IP and does not require GPS for the IP-based base station, thus saving investment. When the RRU3908 or MRFU works for any type of dual-mode among GSM, UMTS, and LTE, no external combiner, such as the SASU, is required. That is, signals of different modes can be transmitted from one antenna port of the RF module at the same time. This lowers the construction cost and avoids extra combining loss. The reduced power consumption of the macro base station lowers not only the electricity expense but also the investment in power supply, backup batteries, TEC coolers, and heat exchangers.

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High Reliability

Sharing the unified platform and hardware with Huawei fourth-generation base stations, the 3900 series multi-mode base stations feature high stability. In UMTS mode, the base station enhances its reliability in the following ways:

Each RRU3908 or MRFU has two CPRI ports that can be used to form a ring topology between the RRU3908s/MRFUs and the BBU3900. In this way, a backup channel between the BBU3900 and the RRU3908s/MRFUs is provided, and thus network reliability is enhanced. The baseband processing board supports the resource pool design.

The power-off can be supported to reduce the system power consumption and extend the backup battery time. The CPRI ports of WBBP support 1+1 backup. The BBU3900 supports 1+1 backup of power input

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2.1 Overview

Architecture

The 3900 series multi-mode base stations feature a modular design. The BBU3900 and the RF module (MRFU/RRU3908) are connected through an electrical or optical cable between CPRI ports for CPRI signal transmission, catering to the radio network deployment. The basic modules of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations are the baseband unit BBU3900, the outdoor remote radio unit RRU3908, and the RF module MRFU. The way of connecting between BBU3900 and RRU3908 or MRFU is dual-star. The CPRI ports on GTMU connect with the CPRI_W ports on RRU3908 or the CPRI0 on MRFU; and the CPRI ports on WBBP connect with the CPRI_E ports on RRU3908 or the CPRI1 on MRFU. Figure 2-1 shows the dual-star connecting. Figure 2-1 Dual-star connecting

The connection between the BBU3900 and the RRU3908 or MRFU adopts the dual-star topology. That is, the CPRI port on the GTMU is connected to the CPRI_W port on the RRU3908 or the CPRI_0 port on the MRFU, and the CPRI port on the WBBP is connected to the CPRI_E port on the RRU3908 or the CPRI_1 port on the MRFU.

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Auxiliary devices of the 3900 series multi-mode base stations include the BTS3900 cabinet, BTS3900L cabinet, outdoor RF cabinet RFC, outdoor baseband cabinet (AC) APM30H, outdoor baseband cabinet (DC) TMC11H, backup battery cabinet IBBS200T, backup battery cabinet IBBS200D and PS4890.

2.2 BBU3900
The BBU3900 is a baseband control unit that transfers signals between the base station and the BSC/RNC. The BBU3900 performs the following functions:

Performs signal interaction between the base station and the BSC/RNC. Provides the system clock. Manages the entire base station system in terms of Operation and Maintenance (OM) and signaling processing. Provides an OM channel connected to the LMT (or M2000).

2.2.1 Appearance of the BBU3900


The BBU3900 has a case structure. It can be installed in a 19-inch-wide and 2 U-high indoor space or outdoor protective cabinet, for example, indoor wall, staircase, storerooms, or outdoor cabinets in the existing network. Figure 2-2 shows the BBU3900 in GSM+UMTS mode. Figure 2-2 BBU3900 in GSM+UMTS mode

2.2.2 Logical Structure of the BBU3900


The BBU3900, which features a modular design, consists of the transport subsystem, baseband subsystem, control subsystem, and power module. Figure 2-3 shows the logical structure of the BBU3900.

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Figure 2-3 Logical structure of the BBU3900

Transport subsystem

Provides ports for communication between the base station and the BSC/RNC. Provides the OM channel for connection to the LMT or M2000.

Baseband subsystem The baseband subsystem processes UL and DL baseband signals. This subsystem consists of the following modules:

UL baseband processing module: consists of the demodulation unit and the decoding unit. The module processes the UL baseband data before transmitting the data to the RNC through the transport subsystem. DL baseband processing module: consists of the modulation unit and the coding unit. The module processes the data from the transport subsystem and then transmits the data to the interface module.

Control subsystem The control subsystem performs centralized management of the entire base station in terms of OM and signaling processing and provides the system clock.

The OM functions involve equipment management, configuration management, alarm management, software management, and commissioning management. The signaling processing functions involve NodeB Application Part (NBAP) signaling processing, Access Link Control Application Part (ALCAP) processing, Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) processing, and logical resource management. The clock module supports the line clock, GPS clock, or free-run clock, generates a synchronization clock for the entire base station, and provides the system clock required by the base station. The module converts the -48 V DC or +24 V DC power into the power required by the boards. The module collects various types of Boolean alarm information, and reports the information to the control subsystem.
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Power module

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2.2.3 Boards of the BBU3900


The BBU3900 can be configured with the boards such as the GSM Timing and Main control Unit (GTMU), WCDMA Main Processing Transmission unit (WMPT), WCDMA Baseband Processing unit (WBBP), Universal Transmission Processing unit (UTRP), Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit (UPEU), Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU), Satellite Card Clock Unit (USCU), Universal Baseband Radio Interference board (UBRI), and FAN. These boards support plug-and-play, and thus can be configured as required. Figure 2-4 shows the slots of the BBU3900. Figure 2-4 Slot distribution of the BBU390 boards

Figure 2-5, Figure 2-6, and Figure 2-7 show the typical board configurations of the BBU3900 working in GSM mode, UMTS mode, and GSM+UMTS dual mode respectively. Figure 2-5 Typical board configuration of the BBU3900 in GSM mode

Figure 2-6 Typical board configuration of the BBU3900 in UMTS mode

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Figure 2-7 Typical board configuration of the BBU3900 in GSM+UMTS mode

GTMU The GTMU is the main control and transmission board of the BBU3900 working in GSM mode. It has the following functions:

Provides the CPRI ports for connecting to the RF modules. Processes clock signals and provides a unified clock for service boards in GSM mode. Provides OM management for the GSM network. Provides four E1s/T1s, one FE electrical port, and one FE optical port.

WMPT The WMPT is the main control and transmission board of the BBU3900 working in UMTS mode. It has the following functions:

Processes clock signals and provides a unified clock for service boards in UMTS mode. Provides OM management for the UMTS network. Provides four E1s/T1s, one FE electrical port, and one FE optical port. Provides one USB port to download and activate the host software by using a USB disk. Processes signaling and manages resources. In UMTS mode, the WMPT supports the 1 + 1 redundancy mode.

WBBP The WBBP is the baseband processing unit in UMTS mode, and it has the following functions:

Provides CPRI ports for connection to RF modules. Processes uplink and downlink baseband signals.

UTRP The UTRP is the extension transmission board in UMTS mode, and it has the following functions:

The UTRP2 provides two 100M/1000M Ethernet optical ports, performs functions of the MAC layer, receives and transmits data on Ethernet links, and analyzes the MAC address. The UTRP3 provides eight E1s/T1s and performs inverse multiplexing and demultiplexing on a single ATM cell flow on the eight E1/T1 links. The UTRP4 provides eight E1s/T1s, frames and deframes HDLC frames, and allocates and controls the 256 HDLC timeslot channels. The UTRP6 supports one unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 interface.

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The UTRP9 provides four 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet electrical ports and performs the functions of the MAC layer and physical layer. The UTRP supports the cold backup function.

UPEU The UPEU is the power module of the BBU3900. The UPEU supports the 1 + 1 backup mode and has the following functions:

Converts 48 V DC or +24 V DC power into the working power. Provides two RS485 monitoring signals. Provides eight dry contact alarm inputs.

UEIU The UEIU transmits monitoring signals and alarm signals for the BBU3900. The UEIU has the following functions:

Provides two RS485 monitoring signals. Provides eight dry contact alarm inputs.

USCU The USCU has the following functions:


Provides the synchronization clock information of the base station for the main control board. Provides synchronization time information for the lower-level BBU to achieve the BBU clock cascading.

UBRI The UBRI is the baseband radio interface board of the BBU3900, and it provides 6 CPRI optical ports for GSM mode.

FAN The FAN is the FAN unit of the BBU3900. It provides the BBU3900 with functions such as ventilation and heat dissipation, linear adjustment of the fan speed, and detection of stalled fans.

2.2.4 Ports on the BBU3900


Table 2-1 describes the ports on the mandatory boards of the BBU3900. Table 2-1 Ports on the mandatory boards of the BBU3900 Board UPEU Port PWR MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 WMPT E1/T1 USB TST Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Power supply socket Providing one RS485 monitoring signal Providing one RS485 monitoring signal Providing four dry contact alarm inputs Providing four dry contact alarm inputs One port supporting four E1s/T1s USB2.0, loading software Port for testing the clock

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Port FE0 FE1 ETH GPS

Quantity 1 1 1 1 3/6 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Description FE electrical port for Iub IP transport FE optical port for Iub IP transport For local maintenance and commissioning For GPS clock input Port for connection to the RF module, 1.25Gbit/s Port for connection to the RF module, 1.25Gbit/s One port supporting four E1s/T1s USB2.0, loading software Port for testing the clock FE electrical port for Abis IP transport FE optical port for Abis IP transport For local maintenance and commissioning Reserved port.

WBBP GTMU

CPRI CPRI E1/T1 USB TST FE0 FE1 ETH EXT

Table 2-2 describes the ports on the optional boards of the BBU3900. Table 2-2 Ports on the optional boards of the BBU3900 Board UTRP Port E1/T1 Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 port FE/GE0 to FE/GE1 FE/GE0 to FE/GE3 UEIU MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 USCU GPS RGPS Quantity 2 1 Description Supporting eight E1s/T1s Supporting one unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 port FE/GE optical port FE/GE electrical port Providing one RS485 monitoring signal Providing one RS485 monitoring signal Providing four dry contact alarm inputs Providing four dry contact alarm inputs Receiving the GPS signals Receiving the RGPS signals

2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2

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Port TOD0 TOD1

Quantity 1 1

Description Receiving or transmitting the 1PPS+TOD signals Receiving or transmitting the 1PPS+TOD signals, and receiving TOD signals from the M1000 Receiving the BITS clock signals, supporting adaptive input of 2.048 MHz and 10 MHz clock reference source Receiving 1PPS signals from the M1000 Port for communication with the RF modules , 1.25 Gbit/s

BITS

M-1PPS port UBRI CPRI

1 6

2.3 RRU3908
The RRU3908 is an outdoor RF remote radio unit, which performs modulation, demodulation, data processing, and combining and dividing for baseband signals and RF signals.

2.3.1 Appearance of the RRU3908


Figure 2-8 shows the RRU3908. Figure 2-8 RRU3908

2.3.2 Ports on the RRU3908


The RRU3908, which has a modular structure, has its external ports located at the bottom of the module and in the cabling cavity.

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Ports on the RRU3908 V1


Table 2-3 Ports on the RRU3908 V1 Port CPRI_E CPRI_W EXT_ALM ANT_TX/RXA ANT_TX/RXB RX_IN/OUT RET Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Eastward optical or electrical port, 1.25Gbit/s Westward optical or electrical port, 1.25Gbit/s Alarm port RF TX/RX port A RF TX/RX port B Inter-RRU port Port for the RET antenna communication

Table 2-4 Buttons and terminals on the RRU3908 V1 Label RST VSWR RTN+ NEGDescription Reset button Terminals for power cables

Ports on the RRU3908 V2


Table 2-5 Ports on the RRU3908 V2 Port TX RX CPRI_0 TX RX CPRI_1 EXT_ALM ANT_TX/RXA ANT_TX/RXB RX_IN/OUT RET Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Optical/electrical port 0, 1.25Gbit/s or 2.5Gbit/s Optical/electrical port 1, 1.25Gbit/s or 2.5Gbit/s Alarm port RF TX/RX port A RF TX/RX port B Inter-RRU port Port for the RET antenna communication

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Table 2-6 Buttons and terminals on the RRU3908 V2 Label RTN(+)0 NEG(-)0 RTN(+)1 NEG(-)1 Cascaded power supply port Description Terminals for power cables

2.3.3 Typical Configuration of RRU3908


The GSM power is measured when the modulation scheme is GMSK. If the modulation scheme is 8PSK, the output power is 1.8 dB less than that in GMSK mode. Only RRU3908 V2 modules support the V2 specifications. The RRU3908 at 1800 MHz supports the LTE mode in terms of hardware. *: The UMTS mode is supported in terms of hardware. When RRU3908 is located in the area at an altitude of 3500 m to 4500 m, the output power back-off is 1 dB. When RRU3908 is located in the area at an altitude of 4500 m to 6000 m, the output power back-off is 2 dB.

Table 2-7 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V1 at 900MHz/850MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-7 Typical configuration of the RRU3908 V1 (900MHz/850MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 1 2 2 2 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 20 15 12 10 40 30 30 20 15 15 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 40 20 30 40 20

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Number of GSM Carriers 3 3 4 4 5 0 0 0 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 10 10 7.5 7.5 6 0 0 0 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 30 10 20 10 20 40 30 20 15

Table 2-8 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V1 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0. Table 2-8 Typical configuration of the RRU3908 V1 (900MHz/1800MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 2 1 3 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 3 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 20 20 15 15 10 10 20 15 10 10 20 10 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 30 30 20 20 15 40 30 20

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Number of GSM Carriers 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 15

Table 2-9 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 at 900MHz/850MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-9 Typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 (900MHz/850MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 20 20 13 13 10 10 40 20 30 13 10 40 20 13 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 20 40 40 20 20 20 20 60 2 x 40 (MIMO) 40 2 x 20 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO) 20

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Number of GSM Carriers 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 2 x 10 (MIMO)

Table 2-10 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 at 900MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0. Table 2-10 Typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 (900MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 30 30 20 20 13 13 10 10 30 20 30 13 10 20 20 13 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 20 40 30 20 20 20 20 60 2 x 40 (MIMO) 40 2 x 20 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO)

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Number of GSM Carriers 0 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 4 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 0 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO)

2.4 MRFU
2.4.1 Appearance of the MRFU
The MRFU can be installed in an indoor cabinet or a protective outdoor cabinet. Figure 2-9 shows the MRFU. Figure 2-9 MRFU

2.4.2 Ports on the MRFU


The MRFU features a modular structure. Table 2-11 describes the ports on the MRFU. Table 2-11 Ports on the MRFU Port PWR ANT_RXB ANT_TX/RXA Quantity 1 1 1 Description Power supply socket Antenna port for connection to the antenna system

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Port CPRI0 CPRI1 RX_INB RX_OUTA MON

Quantity 1 1 1 1 1

Description Connected to the BBU or to the upper-level cascaded MRFU, 1.25Gbit/s Connected to the BBU or to the lower-level cascaded MRFU, 1.25Gbit/s Input port for diversity RX Output port for main RX Port for monitoring and maintenance

2.4.3 Typical Configuration of MRFU


Only MRFU V2 modules support the V2 specifications. The MRFU at 1800 MHz supports the LTE mode in terms of hardware. *: The UMTS mode is supported in terms of hardware. The GSM power is measured when the modulation scheme is GMSK. If the modulation scheme is 8PSK, the output power is 1.8 dB less than that in GMSK mode. When MRFU is located in the area at an altitude of 3500 m to 4500 m, the output power back-off is 1 dB. When MRFU is located in the area at an altitude of 4500 m to 6000 m, the output power back-off is 2 dB.

Table 2-12 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V2 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-12 Typical configurations of the MRFU V2 (900MHz/1800MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 60 40 27 20 16 12 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 2 x 60 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 40

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Number of GSM Carriers 0 0 0 0 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 2 3 3 4 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 2 x 40 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 27 2 x 27 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 20 2 x 20 (MIMO with two MRFUs)

Table 2-13 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V2 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0. Table 2-13 Typical configurations of the MRFU V2 (900MHz/1800MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 27 20 12 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 2 x 60 (MIMO with 2 MRFUs) 40 2 x 40 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 27 2 x 27 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 20 2 x 20 (MIMO with two MRFUs)

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Table 2-14 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V1 at 1900MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-14 Typical configurations of the MRFU V1 (1900MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 60 40 27 20 12 10 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 40 27 20

2.5 Power Sharing


When the BTS downlink power control is enabled, the total output power of carriers in a cell is always equal to or less than Maximum Output Power of Carrier Number of Carriers. Based on the estimated power that calls need, if the calls with different power are grouped into different timeslots according to a certain rule, the probability that the total output power of carriers in the cell is less than Maximum Output Power of Carrier Number of Carriers is further increased. Or even, the total output power of carriers in the cell is far less than Maximum Output Power of Carrier Number of Carriers. Hence, each carrier can carry more power than standard configuration.

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The GSM power is measured when the modulation scheme is GMSK. If the modulation scheme is 8PSK, the output power is 1.8 dB less than that in GMSK mode. Only RRU3908 V2 modules support the V2 specifications. Only MRFU V2 modules support the V2 specifications. The RRU3908 at 1800 MHz supports the LTE mode in terms of hardware. The MRFU at 1800 MHz supports the LTE mode in terms of hardware. *: The UMTS mode is supported in terms of hardware. When RRU3908 is located in the area at an altitude of 3500 m to 4500 m, the output power back-off is 1 dB. When RRU3908 is located in the area at an altitude of 4500 m to 6000 m, the output power back-off is 2 dB. When MRFU is located in the area at an altitude of 3500 m to 4500 m, the output power back-off is 1 dB. When MRFU is located in the area at an altitude of 4500 m to 6000 m, the output power back-off is 2 dB. Factors such as the site-to-site distance, frequency-reuse factor, power control algorithm, and traffic model affect the gain achieved by dynamic power allocation. Therefore, in most cases, the network planning can be based on the power specification achieved by dynamic power allocation. In power sharing mode, the power control and DTX should be set to ON. Output power with power sharing assumes a random distribution of UEs in the cell.

Table 2-15 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V1 at 900MHz/850MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-15 Typical configuration of the RRU3908 V1 (900MHz/850MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz, Class2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 20 20 12 12 40 30 30 15 20 15 12 12 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 40 20 40 30 20 30 10

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Number of GSM Carriers 4 4 5 0 0 0 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 1 2 1 1 2 3 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 10 10 9 0 0 0 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 20 10 20 40 30 20 15

Table 2-16 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V1 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0. Table 2-16 Typical configuration of the RRU3908 V1 (900MHz/1800MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 3 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 20 20 15 15 12 12 20 15 12 20 10 12 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 30 30 20 20 15 40 30 20 15

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Table 2-17 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 at 900MHz/850MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-17 Typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 (900MHz/850MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 20 20 15 15 13 13 40 20 30 15 13 40 20 15 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 20 40 40 20 20 20 20 60 2 x 40 (MIMO) 40 2 x 20 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO)

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Table 2-18 lists the typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 at 900MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0. Table 2-18 Typical configurations of the RRU3908 V2 (900MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 30 30 20 20 15 15 13 13 30 20 30 15 13 20 20 15 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 40 20 40 30 20 20 20 20 60 2 x 40 (MIMO) 40 2 x 20 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO) 20 2 x 10 (MIMO)

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Table 2-19 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V2 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-19 Typical configurations of the MRFU V2 (900MHz/1800MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Number of LTE Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 60 40 31 27 20 20 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 2 x 60 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 40 2 x 40 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 27 2 x 27 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 20 2 x 20 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 0 Output Power per LTE Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

3 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 x 60

Table 2-20 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V2 at 900MHz/1800MHz in compliance with ETSI TS 100 910 V8.20.0.

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Table 2-20 Typical configurations of the MRFU V2 (900MHz/1800MHz, ETSI) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Number of LTE Carriers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 40 40 31 27 16 16 0 0 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 2 x 60 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 40 2 x 40 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 27 2 x 27 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 20 2 x 20 (MIMO with two MRFUs) 0 Output Power per LTE Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

3 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 x 60

Table 2-21 lists the typical configurations of the MRFU V1 at 1900MHz in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class 2) in 3GPP TS 45.005 V9.0.0. Table 2-21 Typical configurations of the MRFU V1 (1900MHz, Class 2) Number of GSM Carriers 1 2 Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 60 40 Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0

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Number of GSM Carriers 3 4 5 6 0 0 0 0

Number of UMTS Carriers 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 4

Output Power per GSM Carrier (W) 31 27 20 16 0 0 0 0

Output Power per UMTS Carrier (W) 0 0 0 0 60 40 27 20

2.6 Auxiliary Devices


2.6.1 BTS3900 Cabinet
The BTS3900 cabinet houses the BBU3900 and the RF module. In addition, the BTS3900 cabinet provides the functions such as power distribution and surge protection. An BTS3900 cabinet accommodates a maximum of six RF modules, thus meeting the requirements for indoor centralized installation and fast network construction, saving installation space, and facilitating smooth evolution. The BTS3900 cabinet supports three types of power input: 48 V DC, +24 V DC, and 220 V AC. If configured with suitable power modules, the cabinet can convert +24 V DC or 220 V AC power into 48 V DC power for the BBU3900 and MRFUs. The structure of the cabinet varies with the type of power input. Figure 2-10 shows a single 48 V DC BTS3900 cabinet. Figure 2-11 shows a single +24 V DC BTS3900 cabinet. Figure 2-12 shows a single 220 V AC BTS3900 cabinet. Figure 2-10 Single BTS3900 cabinet (48 V DC)

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Figure 2-11 Single BTS3900 cabinet (+24 V DC)

Figure 2-12 Single BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC)

The power supply unit (PSU) converts the +24 V DC into the 48 V DC that is led into the direct current distribution unit. The Power and Environment Monitoring Unit (PMU) provides a comprehensive function of power supply management, power distribution check, and alarm reporting.

2.6.2 BTS3900L Cabinet


The BTS3900L cabinet houses the BBU3900 and RF modules. In addition, the BTS3900L cabinet provides the functions such as power distribution and surge protection. A single BTS3900L can be installed with a maximum of 12 RF modules and two BBU3900s. This improves the integration of indoor site solutions, saves installation space, and facilitates smooth evolution. The BTS3900L supports the 48 V DC power input. Figure 2-13 shows the internal structure of the BTS3900L.

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Figure 2-13 Internal structure of the BTS3900L

2.6.3 RFC
The RFC, which is used outdoors, adopts a direct-ventilation mode for heat dissipation. The APM30H or TMC11H is stacked on the RFC. Then, the RFC provides power supply, surge protection, and other protections for the BBU3900 and MRFUs. The RFC can accommodate a maximum of six RF modules. Figure 2-14 shows the internal structure of the RFC.

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Figure 2-14 Internal structure of the RFC

2.6.4 APM30H
The APM30H, an advanced power module, is an outdoor baseband cabinet (AC). It provides distributed base stations and outdoor macro base stations with 48 V DC power. It also provides space for the installation of the BBU3900 and customer equipment. If the heater is not installed, the APM30H provides 7 U space for user equipment. If the heater is installed, the APM30H provides 6 U space for user equipment. The APM30H is light and small. It dissipates heat through the heat exchanger and inner and outer air circulation fans. Figure 2-15 shows the internal structure of the APM30H. Figure 2-15 Internal structure of the APM30H

(1) Heat exchanger core (3) Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA) (5) PSU (AC/DC)

(2) Fan (4) Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI) (6) EPS

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2.6.5 TMC11H
The TMC11H, a baseband cabinet (DC), is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and dissipates heats through the heat exchanger and inner and outer air circulation fans. When more space is required for transmission devices, the TMC11H can be configured. The TMC11H provides a space of 11 U for customer equipment, and the BBU3900 can be installed in the TMC11H. Figure 2-16 shows the internal structure of the TMC11H. Figure 2-16 Internal structure of the TMC11H

(1) HPMI (3) CMUA (5) Fan (outer circulation)

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

2.6.6 IBBS200T
When long-time power backup is required, the battery cabinet IBBS200T can be configured. The IBBS200T is used outdoors. It is small, easy to move, and dissipates heat through the TEC. Configured with built-in battery groups, an IBBS200T can provide a maximum of -48 V 184 Ah backup power. Figure 2-17 shows the internal structure of the IBBS200T. Figure 2-17 Internal structure of the IBBS200T

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2.6.7 IBBS200D
The IBBS200D is optional. It can be configured with a maximum of 48 V 184 Ah built-in battery group to supply backup power to the equipment for a long time in certain situations. The IBBS200D can dissipate heat in direct-ventilation mode. Figure 2-18 shows the internal structure of the IBBS200D. Figure 2-18 Internal structure of the IBBS200D

2.6.8 PS4890
The PS4890, an indoor power cabinet, provides DC power and power backup for the DBS3900 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 the ground. Batteries (48V 92Ah or 48V 184Ah) can be configured in the PS4890. Figure 2-19 shows the internal structure of the PS4890.

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Figure 2-19 Internal structure of the PS4890

(1) Power system (AC/DC) (3) DCDU-03 (5) Support plate for the batteries

(2) DCDU-04 (4) Wiring copper bar for the negative poles of the batteries (6) Wiring copper bar for the positive poles of the batteries

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3.1 Overview

Products and Application Scenarios

Flexible combinations of the basic components and auxiliary devices can provide comprehensive solutions that are applicable to specific scenarios of operators, such as indoor centralized installation, outdoor centralized installation, outdoor distributed installation, or co-siting of base stations in different modes. Diverse combinations of the basic modules and auxiliary devices form the following products that are applied to different scenarios, thus meeting requirements for fast and cost-effective network deployment: Macro base station in one or more cabinets Indoor model: BTS3900, BTS3900L Outdoor model: BTS3900A

The cabinet macro base station is installed with the BBU3900 and MRFUs in centralized mode. The cabinet macro base station is applicable to a centralized installation scenario. The BTS3900 and BTS3900L are used for the indoor centralized installation scenario, and the BTS3900A is used for the outdoor centralized installation scenario.

Distributed base station The distributed base station, that is, the DBS3900, consists of the BBU3900 and the RRU3908. In a distributed installation scenario, the RRU3908 can be installed close to the antenna so as to reduce feeder loss and improve the performance of the base station.

3.2 Application Scenarios


3.2.1 Application Scenarios of the DBS3900
As environmental concern and lease cost increases, site acquisition for base stations has become a bottleneck during network construction, rendering it increasingly difficult to construct new sites. The DBS3900 developed by Huawei features high integration, easy installation, and low environment requirements. All these features can facilitate site acquisition and 2G/3G co-siting.

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With these features, the DBS3900 fully addresses operators' concern over site acquisition, facilitates network planning and optimization, and reduces network construction time. Thus, the DBS3900 enables operators to efficiently deploy a high-performance GSM/UMTS/LTE network with a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by minimizing the investment in electricity, space, and manpower.

Typical Installation Scenarios of the DBS3900


The BBU3900 can be installed in a 19inch-wide and 2 U-high confined space, such as on a wall, on the staircase, in the storeroom, or in an outdoor cabinet on the existing network. The RRU3908 has a wide variety of installation options, such as installation on a pole, wall, or stand. Figure 3-1 shows the typical installation scenarios of the DBS3900. Figure 3-1 Typical installation scenarios of the DBS3900

Typical Application Scenarios of the DBS3900


Because of features such as flexible installation, natural heat dissipation, mute working mode, and fast network construction, the DBS3900 is applicable to various scenarios. The scenarios include the urban coverage, rural coverage, coverage inside buildings, and coverage along the highways and railways. Figure 3-2 shows the typical application scenarios of the DBS3900.

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Figure 3-2 Typical application scenarios of the DBS3900

3.2.2 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900


Typical Installation Scenarios of the BTS3900
The BTS3900, as one of the most compact indoor macro base stations in the industry, features large and scalable capacity. It has a small footprint and supports the GSM+UMTS dual-mode application. Figure 3-3 shows the typical installation scenarios of the BTS3900. Figure 3-3 Typical installation scenarios of the BTS3900

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Typical Application Scenarios of the BTS3900


The BTS3900, the indoor macro base station, is applicable to the indoor centralized installation scenario. Figure 3-4 shows the typical application scenarios of the BTS3900. Figure 3-4 Typical application scenarios of the BTS3900

3.2.3 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900A


Typical Installation Scenarios of the BTS3900A
The BTS3900A, the outdoor macro base station, is applicable to the outdoor centralized installation scenario. The RFU is installed in the RFC, and the BBU3900 is installed in the APM30H or TMC11H. Figure 3-5, Figure 3-6, Figure 3-7, and Figure 3-8 show the following combinations of the products:

APM30H+RFC TMC11H+RFC APM30H+RFC+IBBS200T APM30H+RFC+TMC11H+IBBS200T

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Figure 3-5 APM30H + RFC

Figure 3-6 TMC11H + RFC

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Figure 3-7 APM30H + RFC + IBBS200T

Figure 3-8 APM30H + RFC + TMC11H + IBBS200T

Typical Application Scenarios of the BTS3900A


The BTS3900A, the outdoor macro base station, is applicable to the outdoor centralized installation scenario. Figure 3-9 shows the typical application scenarios of the BTS3900A.

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Figure 3-9 Typical application scenarios of the BTS3900A

3.2.4 Application Scenarios of the BTS3900L


Typical Installation Scenario of the BTS3900L
The BTS3900L features large capacity and easy capacity expansion. In addition, it supports smooth evolution and allows RF modules of different modes (GSM, UMTS, or LTE) to be installed in one cabinet. Figure 3-10 shows the typical installation scenario of the BTS3900L. Figure 3-10 Typical installation scenario of the BTS3900L

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Typical Application Scenario of the BTS3900L


The BTS3900L, an indoor macro base station, can be used in indoor centralized scenarios. Figure 3-11 shows the typical application scenario of the BTS3900L. Figure 3-11 Typical application scenario of the BTS3900L

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Table 4-1 Technical specifications of the DBS3900 Item RRU3908 V1 Specification Frequency Band 900 MHz RX Band (MHz) 890 to 915 880905 850 MHz 1800 MHz 824 to 849 1,710 to 1,755 1,740 to 1,785 1900 MHz 1,850 to 1,890 1,870 to 1,910 RRU3908 V2 900 MHz 890 to 915 880 to 915 850 MHz 824 to 849

Technical Specification

4.1 Technical Specifications of the DBS3900


Table 4-1describes the technical specifications of the DBS3900.

TX Band (MHz) 935 to 960 925950 869 to 894 1,805 to 1,850 1,835 to 1,880 1,930 to 1,970 1,950 to 1,990 935 to 960 925 to 960 869 to 894

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Item Capacity

Specification GSM BBU3900: S24/24/24 RRU3908 (V1): Each RRU3908 supports six TRXs. RRU3908 (V2, ETSI): Each RRU3908 supports six TRXs. RRU3908 (V2, Class 2): Each RRU3908 supports eight TRXs Each sector supports a maximum of 24 carriers. UMTS BBU3900: S8/8/8 (1,536 CEs in the UL and 1,536 CEs + 15 24 HSDPA codes in the DL) RRU3908: Each RRU3908 supports four TRXs Each sector supports a maximum of eight carriers. GSM+UMTS BBU3900: GSM S24/24/24+UMTS S8/8/8 (1,536 CEs in the UL and 1,536 CEs + 15 24 HSDPA codes in the DL) RRU3908 (V1): G5U1or G4U2 RRU3908 (V2, ETSI): G3U2 RRU3908 (V2, Class 2): G4U2

Receiver sensitivity

UMTS

125.5 dBm

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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800 MHz

126.2 dBm

The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800 MHz

125.3 dBm

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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 1800 MHz

126.0 dBm

GSM

113.5 dBm 113.3dBm 113.8 dBm

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Item Transmission port

Specification GSM GSM+UMTS GTMU WMPT GTMU UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 UMTS WMPT UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports

Clock synchronization Dimension (H x WxD)

Line clock, GPS clock, BITS clock, clock of the Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator (OCXO) in free-run mode, and IP clock BBU3900: 86 mm 442 mm 310 mm RRU3908: 485 mm 380 mm 170 mm (with the housing) RRU3908: 480 mm 356 mm 140 mm (without the housing) BBU3900 12 kg (in full configuration) BBU3900 7 kg (in typical configuration) RRU3908: 21 kg (without the housing) RRU3908: 23 kg (with the housing)

Weight

Input power

BBU3900: 48 V DC; voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC RRU3908: 48 V DC; voltage range: 36 V DC to 57 V DC

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Item Power consumption

Specification RRU3908 Configuration V1 900MHz Class2 GSM 32 34 36 GSM+UMTS GSM 3 2 + UMTS 3 1 GSM 3 4 + UMTS 3 1 GSM 3 4 + UMTS 3 2 UMTS 31 32 33 34 RRU3908 Configuration V1 900MHz ETSI GSM 32 34 36 GSM+UMTS GSM 3 1 + UMTS 3 1 GSM 3 2 + UMTS 3 1 GSM 3 3 + UMTS 3 1 RRU3908 V2 900MHz/850 MHzClass2 GSM Configuration Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 12 20/20 10/20 10/10 20 20 20 15 Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 10 10 20/20 10/20 10/20 Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 13 Typical Power Consumption (W) 760 730 730 870 820 820 490 640 880 880 Typical Power Consumption (W) 650 790 1,000 770 810 890 Typical Power Consumption (W) 540 700 660 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 910 1,070 1,070 1,090 1,050 1,050 590 790 1,100 1,110 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 840 980 1,350 890 990 1,130 Maximum Power Consumption (W)

3x2 3x4 3x6

710 1,130 1,130

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Item

Specification GSM+UMTS GSM 3 x 2 + UMTS 3 x 1 GSM 3 x 3 + UMTS 3 x 1 GSM 3 x 4 + UMTS 3 x 1 UMTS 3x1 3x2 RRU3908 Configuration V2 900MHz ETSI GSM 3x2 3x4 3x6 GSM+UMTS GSM 3 x 2 + UMTS 3 x 1 GSM 3 x 3+ UMTS 3 x 1 UMTS 3x1 3x2 20/40 15/40 13/40 20 20 Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 10 20/40 10/40 20 20 830 820 830 400 590 Typical Power Consumption (W) 540 700 570 830 740 400 590 1, 200 1,270 1,350 530 830 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 710 1,130 960 1,200 1,110 530 830

NOTE The typical power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 30% load and power control and DTX are enabled. The maximum power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 100% load.

The typical power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 40% load. The maximum power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 100% load. The GSM output power per carrier is sharing power in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class2). The GSM output power per carrier is non-sharing power in compliance with ETSI.

Operating temperature

BBU3900 RRU3908

20C to +55C 40C to +50C (with solar radiation) 40C to +55C (without solar radiation)

Relative humidity

BBU3900 RRU3908

5% RH to 95% RH 5% RH to 100% RH

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Item Air pressure Protection rating Max distance Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance Anti-earthquak e performance EMC

Specification 70 kPa to 106 kPa BBU3900 RRU3908 IP20 IP65

40km ( between BBU and RRU ) ETSI EN300019-1-1 class1.2 "Weather protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing -Part 2-57: Tests -Test Ff: Vibration-Time-history method ETSI EN 300019-1-4: "Earthquake" The DBS3900 meets the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards:

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive 89/336/EEC ETSI EN 301489-1/8/23 3GPP TS 25.113 ETSI EN 301908-1 ITU-T SM 329-10 FCC PART15

4.2 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900


Table 4-2 describes the technical specifications of the BTS3900. Table 4-2 Technical specifications of the BTS3900 Item MRFU V2 Specification Frequency Band 900MHz RX Band (MHz) 890 to 915 880 to 915 1800MHz 1710 to 1770 1725 to 1785 MRFU V1 1900MHz 1,850 to 1,890 1,870 to 1,910 TX Band (MHz) 935 to 960 925 to 960 1805 to 1865 1820 to 1880 1,930 to 1,970 1,950 to 1,990

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Item Capacity

Specification GSM MRFU (V1, Class 2)): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 36 TRXs. MRFU (V2): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 36 TRXs. Each cabinet supports a maximum of six sectors and each sector supports a maximum of 24 carriers. UMTS Each MRFU supports four carriers. Each cabinet supports 24 cells and configurations from 1 x 1 to 3 x 8 or 6 x 4. 1,536 CEs in the UL and 1,536 CEs + 15 24 HSDPA codes in the DL Each cabinet supports a maximum of six sectors and each sector supports a maximum of eight carriers.

Receiver sensitivity

UMTS

125.5 dBm

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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800MHz

126.2 dBm

The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800MHz

125.3 dBm

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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 1800 MHz

126.0 dBm

GSM

113.5 dBm 113.3dBm 113.8 dBm

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Item Transmission port

Specification GSM GSM+UMTS GTMU WMPT GTMU UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 UMTS WMPT UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports

Clock synchronization Dimension (H x W x D) Weight

Line clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock, BITS clock, clock of the OCXO in free-run mode, and IP clock 900 mm 600 mm 450 mm Empty cabinet (without the BBU) 60 kg Cabinet (with the BBU) with three MRFUs 97 kg Cabinet (with the BBU) configured with six MRFUs: 132 kg

Input power

48 V DC; voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC +24 V DC; voltage range: +21.6 V DC to +29 V DC 110 V AC; voltage range: 90 V AC to 135 V AC 220 V AC; voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC

Power consumption

Mode (900 MHz, Class 2, 48 V DC) GSM

Configuration

Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 12 20 20

Typical Power Consumption (W) 570 690 620 450 590

Maximum Power Consumption (W) 830 1,240 1,160 660 900

3x2 3x4 3x6

UMTS

3x1 3x2

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Specification Mode (900 MHz, ETSI, 48 V DC) GSM Configuration Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 10 20 20 Typical Power Consumption (W) 630 730 610 450 590 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 910 1,320 1,100 660 900

3x2 3x4 3x6

UMTS

3x1 3x2

NOTE The typical power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 30% load and power control and DTX are enabled. The maximum power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 100% load.

The typical power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 40% load. The maximum power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 100% load. The GSM output power per carrier is sharing power in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class2). The GSM output power per carrier is non-sharing power in compliance with ETSI.

Operating temperature Relative humidity Air pressure Protection rating Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance Anti-earthquake performance

20C to +55C (short-term: +50C to +55C)

5% RH to 95% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP20 ETSI EN300019-1-1 class1.2 "Weather protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 class 2.3 "Public transportation" IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing -Part 2-57: Tests -Test Ff: Vibration -Time-history method ETSI EN 300019-1-3: "Earthquake"

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Item EMC

Specification The BTS3900 meets the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards:

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive 89/336/EEC ETSI EN 301489-1/8/23 3GPP TS 25.113 ETSI EN 301908-1 ITU-T SM 329-10 FCC PART15

4.3 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900A


Table 4-3 describes the technical specifications of the BTS3900A. Table 4-3 Technical specifications of the BTS3900A Item MRFU V2 Specification Frequency Band 900 MHz RX Band (MHz) 890 to 915 880 to 915 1800 MHz 1710 to 1770 1725 to 1785 MRFU V1 1900 MHz 1,850 to 1,890 1,870 to 1,910 Capacity GSM MRFU (V1, Class 2)): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 36 TRXs. MRFU (V2): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 36 TRXs UMTS Each MRFU supports four carriers. Each cabinet supports 24 cells and configurations from 1 x 1 to 3 x 8 or 6 x 4. 1,536 CEs in the UL and 1,536 CEs + 15 24 HSDPA codes in the DL TX Band (MHz) 935 to 960 925 to 960 1805 to 1865 1820 to 1880 1,930 to 1,970 1,950 to 1,990

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Item Receiver sensitivity

Specification UMTS 125.5 dBm 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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800 MHz 126.2 dBm The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800 MHz 125.3 dBm 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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 126.0 dBm The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 GSM 113.5 dBm 113.3dBm 113.8 dBm Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 1800 MHz 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s

Transmission port

GSM GSM+UMTS

GTMU WMPT GTMU UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4

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Item

Specification UTRP6 UTRP9 UMTS WMPT UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports

Clock synchronization Dimension (H x WxD) Weight

Line clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock, BITS clock, clock of the OCXO in free-run mode, and IP clock RFC: 700 mm 600 mm 480 mm APM30H: 700 mm 600 mm 480 mm Empty RFC 55 kg Empty APM30H (without the BBU, with one PMU and three PSUs ): 80 kg RFC configured with three MRFUs and APM30H (with the BBU and without batteries): 152 kg RFC configured with six MRFUs and APM30H (with the BBU and without batteries): 207kg

Input power

48 V DC; voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC 110V AC; voltage range: 90 V AC to 135 V AC 220V AC; voltage range: 176 V AC to 290 V AC

Power consumption

Mode (900 MHz, Class 2, AC)

Configuration

Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 12 20 20 Output Power per Carrier (W)

Typical Power Consumption (W) 570 690 620 450 590 Typical Power Consumption (W)

Maximum Power Consumption (W) 850 1,250 1,180 670 920 Maximum Power Consumption (W)

GSM

3x2 3x4 3x6

UMTS

3x1 3x2

Mode (900 MHz, ETSI, AC)

Configuration

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Specification GSM 3x2 3x4 3x6 UMTS 3x1 3x2 20 20 10 20 20 630 730 610 450 590 930 1,330 1,120 670 920

NOTE The typical power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 30% load and power control and DTX are enabled. The maximum power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 100% load.

The typical power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 40% load. The maximum power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 100% load. The GSM output power per carrier is sharing power in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class2). The GSM output power per carrier is non-sharing power in compliance with ETSI.

Operating temperature Relative humidity Air pressure Protection rating Storage Transportation Anti-seismic performance

40C to +55C (short-term: +50C to +55C) 5% RH to 100% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP55 ETSI EN300019-1-1 class1.2 "Weather protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 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)

Anti-earthquake performance

ETSI EN 300019-1-4: "Earthquake"

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Item EMC

Specification The BTS3900A meets the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards:

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive 89/336/EEC ETSI EN 301489-1/8/23 3GPP TS 25.113 ETSI EN 301908-1 ITU-T SM 329-10 FCC PART15

4.4 Technical Specifications of the BTS3900L


Table 4-4 describes the technical specifications of the BTS3900L.

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Table 4-4 Technical specifications of the BTS3900L Item MRFU V2 Specification Frequency Band 900MHz RX Band (MHz) 890 to 915 880 to 915 1800MHz 1710 to 1770 1725 to 1785 MRFU V1 1900MHz 1,850 to 1,890 1,870 to 1,910 Capacity GSM TX Band (MHz) 935 to 960 925 to 960 1805 to 1865 1820 to 1880 1,930 to 1,970 1,950 to 1,990

MRFU (V1, Class 2): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 72 TRXs. MRFU (V2): Each MRFU supports six TRXs and each cabinet supports 72 TRXs.

UMTS Receiver sensitivity UMTS

Each MRFU supports four carriers. Each cabinet supports S8/8/8. 125.5 dBm 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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800MHz 126.2 dBm The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960,1800MHz 125.3 dBm 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 does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 126.0 dBm The receiver sensitivity is measured on the center frequency at the antenna connector on condition that 12.2 kbit/s Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) service is in progress and the BER does not exceed 0.001. Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 Frequency band (MHz): 890 to 915, 935 to 960

GSM

113.5 dBm

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Specification 113.3dBm 113.8 dBm Frequency band (MHz): 880 to 915, 925 to 960 1800 MHz 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports 4 E1s/T1s, 1 FE electrical port, 1 FE optical port 2 FE/GE optical ports 8 E1s/T1s 8 E1s/T1s 1 STM-1/OC-3 port 4 FE/GE electrical ports

Transmission port (one BBU)

GSM GSM+UMTS

GTMU WMPT GTMU UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9

UMTS

WMPT UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9

Clock synchronization Dimension (H x W x D) Weight

Line clock extracted from the Iub interface, GPS clock, BITS clock, clock of the OCXO in free-run mode, and IP clock 1600 mm 600 mm 450 mm Empty BTS3900L cabinet (without the BBU) 100 kg BTS3900L configured with three MRFUs (with the BBU) : 137 kg BTS3900L configured with twelve MRFUs (with the BBU) : 232 kg

Input power

48 V DC; voltage range: 38.4 V DC to 57 V DC

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Item Power consumption

Specification Mode (900 MHz, Class 2, 48 V DC) GSM Configuration Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 12 20 20 Output Power per Carrier (W) 20 20 10 20 20 Typical Power Consumption (W) 600 710 640 470 570 Typical Power Consumption (W) 650 760 630 470 570 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 890 1,290 1,220 710 910 Maximum Power Consumption (W) 970 1,370 1,160 710 910

3x2 3x4 3x6

UMTS

3x1 3x2

Mode (900 MHz, ETSI, 48 V DC) GSM

Configuration

3x2 3x4 3x6

UMTS

3x1 3x2

NOTE The typical power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 30% load and power control and DTX are enabled. The maximum power consumption for GSM is reached when the base station works with 100% load.

The typical power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 40% load. The maximum power consumption for UMTS is reached when the base station works with 100% load. The GSM output power per carrier is sharing power in compliance with the specifications for multi-carrier base station (Class2). The GSM output power per carrier is non-sharing power in compliance with ETSI.

Operating temperature Relative humidity Air pressure Protection rating Storage Transportation

20C to +55C (short-term: +50C to +55C) 5% RH to 95% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa IP20 ETSI EN300019-1-1 class1.2 "Weather protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations" ETSI EN300019-1-2 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)

Anti-earthquak e performance EMC

ETSI EN 300019-1-3: "Earthquake" The BTS3900L meets the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and complies with the following standards: R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive 89/336/EEC ETSI EN 301489-1/8/23 3GPP TS 25.113 ETSI EN 301908-1 ITU-T SM 329-10 FCC PART15

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Abbreviation 3GPP AC AMR APM ASIC ATM BER BITS CE CPRI DC DHCP DL EMC ETS ETSI FE GPS HSDPA HSUPA IEC IMA

Acronyms and Abbreviations


Full Name 3rd Generation Partnership Project Alternating Current Adaptive Multi Rate Advanced Power Module Application Specific Integrated Circuit Asynchronous Transfer Mode Bit Error Rate Building Integrated Timing Supply System Channel Elements Common Public Radio Interface Direct Current Dynamic Host Confiration Protocol Downlink Electromagnetic Compatibility European Telecommunication Standard European Telecommunications Standards Institute Fast Ethernet Global Positioning System High Speed Downlink Packet Access High Speed Uplink Packet Access International Electrotechnical Commission Inverse Multiplexing on ATM

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LMT MML MSR OM PAs PSU PMU QoS RAN RET RF RFC RNC RRU RX TMA TX STM-1 UE UL UMTS UTRP WCDMA

Local Maintenance Terminal Man Machine Language Multi-Standard Radio Operation and Maintenance Power Amplifiers Power Supply Unit Power Monitoring Unit Quality of Service Radio Access Network Remote Electrical antenna Tilt Radio Frequency Radio Frequency Cabinet Radio Network Controller Remote Radio Unit Receive Tower Mounted Amplifier Transmit Synchronous Transport Mode-1 User Equipment Uplink Universal Mobile Telecommunications System Universal Transmission Processing unit Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

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