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About This Document
Author
Author Qi Xiaoliang Date 2008-4-22
Reviewed by Xu Bing, Yu Ming, Zhou
Zhenghua, Sun Haishan
Date 2008-5-7
Authorized by Date

Organization
This document describes the UAP3801 in terms of its features, Operation and
Maintenance (OM), reliability, and specifications.
This document describes the following contents.
Chapter Description
1 Overview Describes the application scenarios of the
UAP3801 and its position on the 3G network.
2 Features Describes the features of the UAP3801.
3 Services and Functions Describes the services and functions supported by
the UAP3801.
4 Operation and Maintenance Describes the OM structure and OM functions of
the UAP3801.
5 Reliability Describes hardware maintainability and software
reliability of the UAP3801.
6 Specifications Describes the specifications of the UAP3801.
A Acronyms and
Abbreviations
Lists abbreviations used in this document and the
corresponding full spelling.




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History
Version Details Date Author Authorized
by
01 Initial trial release 2008-05-15 Qi Xiaoliang
02 The second release 2008-07-30 Qi Xiaoliang
03 The third release 2008-09-05 Qi Xiaoliang
04 The fourth release 2008-10-10 Qi Xiaoliang
05 The fifth release 2008-11-15 Qi Xiaoliang





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Contents
1 Overview..........................................................................................................................9
1.1 UMTS AP Solution............................................................................................................................ 9
1.2 Huawei AP Products........................................................................................................................11
1.3 Benefits of the UAP3801.................................................................................................................11
2 Features.........................................................................................................................13
2.1 HSPA Capabilities .......................................................................................................................... 14
2.2 IP Transmission Security................................................................................................................ 14
2.3 Synchronization.............................................................................................................................. 14
2.4 Authentication................................................................................................................................. 14
2.5 Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 15
2.6 Automatic Network Planning .......................................................................................................... 15
2.7 Location Binding............................................................................................................................. 15
2.8 Availability....................................................................................................................................... 15
2.9 Access Control ............................................................................................................................... 15
2.10 Operation and Maintenance......................................................................................................... 16
2.11 Performance Subscription ............................................................................................................ 16
3 Services and Functions................................................................................................17
3.1 Services.......................................................................................................................................... 17
3.1.1 CS Services........................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.2 PS Services ........................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Hybrid Services ..................................................................................................................... 19
3.2 Location Service............................................................................................................................. 19
3.3 Mobility ........................................................................................................................................... 19
3.4 HSDPA ........................................................................................................................................... 20
3.5 HSUPA ........................................................................................................................................... 20
3.6 Access Control ............................................................................................................................... 20
3.7 Preferential Camping on the AP Cell.............................................................................................. 21
3.8 Camping Indication......................................................................................................................... 21
4 Operation and Maintenance.........................................................................................22
4.1 OM System..................................................................................................................................... 22
4.1.1 OM Consoles......................................................................................................................... 23
4.1.2 OM Modes ............................................................................................................................. 23
4.2 OM Functions................................................................................................................................. 23
4.2.1 Configuration Management ................................................................................................... 23



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4.2.2 Software Management .......................................................................................................... 24
4.2.3 Fault Management................................................................................................................. 24
4.2.4 Performance Management .................................................................................................... 24
4.2.5 Test Management .................................................................................................................. 24
5 Reliability.......................................................................................................................25
5.1 Hardware Reliability ....................................................................................................................... 25
5.2 Software Reliability......................................................................................................................... 25
6 Specifications................................................................................................................26
6.1 Performance Counters ................................................................................................................... 27
6.2 Technical Specifications ................................................................................................................. 27
6.3 Working Environment ..................................................................................................................... 28
6.4 EMC ............................................................................................................................................... 28
6.5 Surge Protection............................................................................................................................. 29
6.6 Storage........................................................................................................................................... 29
6.7 Transportation ................................................................................................................................ 29
6.8 Safety Standards............................................................................................................................ 29
A Acronyms and Abbreviations......................................................................................30




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Tables
Table 3-1 Rates of different PS services supported by the UAP3801................................................. 19
Table 6-1 Performance counters of the UAP3801............................................................................... 27
Table 6-2 Technical specifications of the UAP3801............................................................................. 27
Table 6-3 Working environment of the UAP3801 ................................................................................ 28



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Figures
Figure 1-1 Position of the AP on the WCDMA network ....................................................................... 10
Figure 1-2 Appearance of the UAP3801 ..............................................................................................11
Figure 4-1 OM system of the UAP3801 .............................................................................................. 23



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1 Overview
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
1.1 UMTS AP Solution Introduces the UMTS AP solution.
1.2 Huawei AP Products Introduces the UAP3801.
1.3 Benefits of the UAP3801 Describes the benefits of the UAP3801 for operators
and users.

1.1 UMTS AP Solution
The UMTS AP, hereafter referred to as AP, is an access point on the UMTS network.
Figure 1-1 shows the position of the AP on the WCDMA network.



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Figure 1-1 Position of the AP on the WCDMA network

AP: UMTS access point UMTS AG: UMTS access gateway
BAS: broadband remote access server AHR: AP home register
IP Clock server: providing accurate IP clock
sources for the AP
IPSec GW: IP security gateway
AP Manager: centralized network
management system of the AP
DSLAM: Digital Subscriber Line Access
Multiplexer
AAA Server: Authentication, Authorization
and Accounting Server

The AP is integrated with all NodeB functions and part of the RNC functions. After
connected to a wideband device in home and Small and Home Office (SOHO) areas,
the AP communicates with the UMTS AG, hereafter referred to as AG, through xDSL
fixed network, public network, and UMTS network. Through the AG, the AP interacts
with the NEs on the Core Network (CN), completing the signaling and services of the
UMTS network.
The interface between the AP and the AG is eIu, which is the Iu interface plus part of
the private extended interface.
The interface between the AP and the UE is standard Uu, which is compatible with the
existing commercial terminals.
The functions of each device are described as follows:
AP: providing radio access functions, such as radio modulation and demodulation,
radio resource management, and power control.
AG: implementing centralized management of the AP services and providing
routes to other NEs. The AG is located on the operator's intranet.
AP Manager: providing network management for the AP.
AHR: storing and managing the AP information such as location and subscription.
The AHR is located on the operator's intranet.
IP Clock server: providing clock sources for the AP.



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1.2 Huawei AP Products
Developed in compliance with the protocols of 3GPP R99/R4/R5/R6 FDD, the
UAP3801 is a Huawei AP series product that provides radio network access for home
and SOHO users.
Figure 1-2 shows the UAP3801.
Figure 1-2 Appearance of the UAP3801

1.3 Benefits of the UAP3801
Benefits for the Operator
The UAP3801, designed for home and SOHO users, can overcome indoor
coverage problems caused by high 3G frequency bands and low penetration
capability. The UAP3801 helps to eliminate blind areas of the UMTS network.
The UAP3801 provides sufficient HSPA capacity to meet the demand for high
speed services. This results in better 3G user experience and thus stronger user
loyalty.
Small and light as it is, the UAP3801 is a terminal product that can be installed in
the user's home, thus freeing the operator from efforts made for arranging an
equipment room.
The UAP3801 is easy to transport. In addition, it is the user that is responsible for
the installation and power supply of the UAP3801. Thus, site construction costs of
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The UAP3801 supports automatic software upgrade, automatic software
configuration, and automatic network planning. Thus, little OM effort is required
from the operator.
Benefits for the User
The UAP3801 is connected to the xDSL network through an xDSL modem and
then to the UMTS core network through the AG. Since the air interface for indoor
coverage provides a large capacity and high quality, the UAP3801 provides the
user with better experiences of high speed stable 3G services.
When the UAP3801 accesses the CN through the xDSL network, the 3G user is
charged less for the indoor AP network than for the macro network.
The UAP3801 supports authentication and access control. As a result, the AP
would not be used by unauthorized UEs and the user's investment is protected.
The UAP3801 can be easily installed on a table or a wall.




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2 Features
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
2.1 HSPA Capabilities Describes the HSPA capacity of the UAP3801.
2.2 IP Transmission
Security
Describes the transport and security features of the
UAP3801.
2.3 Synchronization Describes the synchronization features of the
UAP3801.
2.4 Authentication Describes the authentication features of the
UAP3801.
2.5 Installation Describes the installation features of the UAP3801.
2.6 Automatic Network
Planning
Describes the features of the UAP3801 regarding
automatic network planning.
2.7 Location Describes the location detection features of the
UAP3801.
2.8 Availability Describes the availability of the UAP3801.
2.9 Access Control Describes the access control features of the
UAP3801.
2.10 Operation and
Maintenance
Describes the OM features of the UAP3801.




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2.1 HSPA Capabilities
The UAP3801 supports High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and High
Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA).
For details of HSDPA capabilities of the UAP3801, refer to section 3.4 HSDPA.
For details of HSUPA capabilities of the UAP3801, refer to section 3.5 HSUPA.
2.2 IP Transmission Security
Adopting the IPSec tunnel mode, the UAP3801 is connected to the CN through the
public IP network. In this way, the UAP3801 can effectively use IP transmission
resources, thus reducing the operator's cost as well as achieving secure IP transport.
Supporting PPPoE dial-up on the FE port for IP transport.
Supporting Differentiated Service (DiffServ) and Priority Queue (PQ) for Quality
of Service (QoS) enhancement
The UAP3801 is connected to the security gateway through the IPSec tunnel in
the public IP network, and then is connected to NEs on the CN according to the
addresses designated by the operator, thus ensuring the security and reliability of
IP transport.
2.3 Synchronization
The UAP3801 supports the following three clock synchronization modes:
IP-based clock synchronization
3G air interface-based clock synchronization
Supporting 2G air interface-based clock synchronization when the 2G receiver is
integrated
The UAP3801 supports periodical clock synchronization. The precision should be
greater or equal to 0.1 ppm.
2.4 Authentication
Since the UAP3801 is connected to the CN and interacts with the CN elements
through the public IP network, the UAP3801 must be authenticated before it accesses
the CN.
The UAP3801 conducts IPSec negotiation in compliance with the IKEv2 protocol.
IKEv2 supports the EAP, so the UAP3801 uses high level security authentication
methods as follows:
EAP-SIM
EAP-SIM is an authentication and key agreement mechanism based on GSM. It
is used when the UAP3801 is provided with a SIM card.
EAP-AKA
EAP-AKA is an authentication and key agreement mechanism based on the
challenge-response authentication and symmetric key. It is used when the
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2.5 Installation
The UAP3801 is small, light, and easy for home users to install. It can be installed
vertically on a table using a randomly provided support. This helps to lower operators
costs in network deployment.
2.6 Automatic Network Planning
The UAP3801 supports automatic pilot adjustment.
After the automatic network planning is performed, the UAP3801 finds the
optimal frequency for configuration.
After the automatic network planning is performed, the UAP3801 selects the
optimal scrambling code for cell setup.
The UAP3801 supports configuring the neighboring cell in manual or automatic
mode.
In automatic mode, it selects the macro cell with good signal quality as its
neighboring cell.
2.7 Location Binding
The UAP3801 receives the location information through the following methods, and
provides location validity check for the upper-level NEs.
Location Binding based on the coverage of the macro network
Based on the system information of the macro neighboring cell, the UAP3801
obtains the information of its surrounding macro cells, and detects its relative
location to the macro cells.
Location Binding based on the IP address
The UAP3801 obtains the current location according to the its external IP
address.
2.8 Availability
The UAP3801 supports Plug and Play
Users can judge the UAP3801 running status by observing the LEDs on the
panel.
2.9 Access Control
The UAP3801 performs access control based on the associated strategy.
In open mode, the UAP3801 is accessible to all users as long as the number of
users is within its capacity.
In closed mode, the UAP3801 controls user access according to the permission
list.
Anyway, all emergency calls are accepted.



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2.10 Operation and Maintenance
The OM system of the UAP3801, designed to meet customers' requirements from
various aspects, provides a variety of OM functions.
By means of the AP Manager, the operator can remotely perform centralized OM
and software upgrade for multiple APs, thus improving the customer satisfactory
rate.
The OM channel between the UAP3801 and the AP Manager is established in
compliance with the TR069 protocol, facilitating future interface extension.
By means of the Web LMT, the operator can locally perform OM for a single
UAP3801.
2.11 Performance Subscription
The AP implements the performance subscription function. That is, after receiving a
performance subscription message from the AP Manager, the AP periodically
generates performance files and uploads the files to the specified directory of the FTP
server.
You can know the actual running status of the AP based on the performance counters
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3 Services and Functions
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
3.1 Services Describes the services supported by the UAP3801.
3.2 Location Service Describes the Location Service (LCS) supported by
the UAP3801.
3.3 Mobility Describes the handover functions of the UAP3801.
3.4 HSDPA Describes the HSDPA capabilities of the UAP3801.
3.5 HSUPA Describes the HSUPA capabilities of the UAP3801.
3.6 Access Control Describes the access control of the UAP3801 on
UEs.
3.7 Preferential Camping on
the AP Cell
Describes the preference of UEs for the AP cell.
3.8 Camping Indication Describes the indications supported by the
UAP3801.

3.1 Services
The UAP3801 supports the following services:
Circuit Switched (CS) services at various rates
Packet Switched (PS) services
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3.1.1 CS Services
The UAP3801 supports the CS services such as the Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR)
speech service and the video phone (VP) service.
AMR Speech Services
The AMR technology enables the UAP3801 to select proper encoding rates and
encoding/decoding algorithms on the basis of the radio environment.
The UAP3801 supports the narrow-band AMR speech services at the following rates:
12.2 kbit/s
10.2 kbit/s
7.95 kbit/s
7.4 kbit/s
6.7 kbit/s
5.9 kbit/s
5.15 kbit/s
4.75 kbit/s
The uplink and downlink rates of narrow-band AMR speech services can be
asymmetrical.
The UAP3801 supports the wideband AMR speech services at the following rates:
6.60 kbit/s
8.85 kbit/s
12.65 kbit/s
14.25 kbit/s
15.85 kbit/s
18.25 kbit/s
19.85 kbit/s
23.05 kbit/s
23.85 kbit/s
The uplink and downlink rates of narrow-band AMR speech services can be
asymmetrical.
The UAP3801 supports a maximum of 4 AMR services simultaneously.
VP Services
The UAP3801 supports a maximum of 4 CS VP services simultaneously.
3.1.2 PS Services
Compared with the GSM system, the WCDMA system features high speed data
services. The feature enables the UE to access the Internet at a high speed and enjoy
a variety of services such as webpage browsing, data downloading, email, Video on
Demand (VOD), and audio on demand.



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Table 3-1 lists the rates of different PS services supported by the UAP3801.
Table 3-1 Rates of different PS services supported by the UAP3801
PS Service Rate
Interactive service
Background service
384 kbit/s, 256 kbit/s, 128 kbit/s, 64
kbit/s, 32 kbit/s, 16 kbit/s, 8 kbit/s
Streaming service 384 kbit/s, 256 kbit/s, 128 kbit/s, 64
kbit/s, 32 kbit/s, 16 kbit/s, 8 kbit/s
Conversational service 64 kbit/s

The UAP3801 supports the Transmission Timing Intervals (TTIs) of 10 ms, 20 ms, and
40 ms.
The UAP3801 supports a maximum of 8 PS services and a maximum of 4 PS users.
3.1.3 Hybrid Services
The UAP3801 supports the following hybrid services:
AMR speech service + PS data service
CS transparent data service + PS data service
For a single user, the UAP3801 can simultaneously support a maximum of one CS
service and three PS services (including IMS signaling).
3.2 Location Service
Location Service, LCS for short, is a value-added service provided by the operator.
Accurate user address is provided when the UAP3801 is purchased, so that the
address can be registered in the operator equipment. When the UAP3801 is turned on,
it can receive the location information from the operator equipment. When the
UAP3801 receives a locating request from the permitted UE, the UAP3801 can
accurately locate the UE within the AP coverage, thus resulting in better user
experience.
3.3 Mobility
Specifically designed for home and SOHO users, the UAP3801 supports the following
reselection or handover modes:
Two-way reselection between the UAP3801 cell and the 3G macro cell
If the UAP3801 is configured with a 2G receiver, the UE also performs the
two-way reselection between the UAP3801 cell and the 2G macro cell.
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If the UAP3801 is configured with a 2G receiver, the UE also performs the
single-way handover between the UAP3801 cell and the 2G macro cell.
3.4 HSDPA
HSDPA is an important feature introduced in 3GPP R5.
The UAP3801 supports HSDPA with the following capabilities:
Peak downlink rate of a single cell at 7.2 Mbit/s on the Mac layer
A maximum of 10 HS-DSCH codes
A maximum of four HSDPA users
HSDPA and R99/R4 services provided simultaneously
Supporting the PS Bidirectional symmetric or asymmetric interactive/background
services at the following rates:
7200 kbit/s
3648 kbit/s
2048 kbit/s
1536 kbit/s
1024 kbit/s
3.5 HSUPA
HSUPA is an important feature introduced in 3GPP R6.
The UAP3801 supports HSUPA Phase1 with the following capabilities:
HSUPA, HSDPA, and R99/R4/R5 services provided simultaneously
Peak uplink rate of a single cell at 1.44 Mbit/s on the Mac layer
A maximum of 4 HSUPA users
10 ms Transmission Time Interval (TTI) supported over the E-DCH
Supporting the PS Bidirectional symmetry or asymmetry interactive/background
services at the following rates:
1450 kbit/s
608 kbit/s
3.6 Access Control
The UAP3801 supports UE access control. In closed mode, the UAP3801 queries the
MS-ISDN or IMSI of the UE (from the permission list) that initiates the connection
request, and then decides whether the UE is permitted to access.
Authenticated UEs are allowed to access the UAP3801 cell and enjoy the offered
services.
Whereas unauthenticated UEs are rejected and perform reselection to the macro
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A maximum of 32 users are allowed to camp on the AP cell.
3.7 Preferential Camping on the AP Cell
During cell selection and reselection of authenticated UEs, the AP cell is preferred.
That is, when authenticated UEs are under the common coverage of the UAP3801
and macro network, the UEs preferentially camp on the AP cell.
3.8 Camping Indication
When an authenticated UE camps on the AP cell, the UAP3801 sends an indication to
the UE, so that the UE user knows whether the UE has properly camped on the AP
cell. The UAP3801 supports the following indications.
SMS indication
The UAP3801 sends a short message to the UE that just camps on the cell,
indicating that the UE is camping on the AP cell.
PLMN indication
The PLMN information of the AP cell, on which the UE is camping, is displayed
on the UE screen.



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4 Operation and Maintenance
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
4.1 OM System Describes the OM system of the UAP3801.
4.2 OM Functions Describes the OM functions provided by the OM
system of the UAP3801.

4.1 OM System
The OM system of the UAP3801 uses a customized man-machine interface based on
web and Graphic User Interface (GUI).
Figure 4-1 shows the OM system of the UAP3801.



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Figure 4-1 OM system of the UAP3801

4.1.1 OM Consoles
The UAP3801 can be maintained on two OM consoles: AP Manager and Web LMT.
4.1.2 OM Modes
The UAP3801 supports the following maintenance modes:
Remote maintenance: The maintenance personnel are in an equipment room or
at the network management center. Multiple UAP3801s are maintained on the AP
Manager via the IP network.
Local maintenance: The maintenance personnel are at the site and maintain the
single UAP3801 on the Web LMT via the local Ethernet port.

The local maintenance is a supplementary measure to the remote maintenance. In most
application scenarios, the remote maintenance is used.
4.2 OM Functions
4.2.1 Configuration Management
The OM system provides the following configuration management functions:
Providing consistency check on added, deleted, and modified data
Supporting static and dynamic data configuration modes
Dynamic data configuration mode: Modified data takes effect immediately.
Static data configuration mode: Modified data takes effect only after the
UAP3801 is restarted. In addition, the UAP3801 supports automatic
configuration (in remote maintenance mode only) and online configuration
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4.2.2 Software Management
The OM system provides the following software management functions:
Version upgrade in batches when the remote maintenance mode is applied
Version upgrade of a single UAP3801
Backup and recovery of the configuration file
4.2.3 Fault Management
Through the OM system, equipment status can be checked. When the remote
maintenance mode is used, batch status check is supported.
If there is any fault, the OM system provides different methods, such as interface
tracing, signaling tracing, and log uploading, for you to locate the fault.
4.2.4 Performance Management
The OM system provides performance data that indicates the running status of the AP
system. Analysis of such data helps to find causes of network performance
degradation and to provide a basis for network optimization.
4.2.5 Test Management
The OM system provides the following test management functions:
Statistics for equipment performance, such as CPU usage
Traffic performance tests, such as 141 test and traffic resource utilization



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5 Reliability
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
5.1 Hardware Reliability Describes the hardware availability of the UAP3801.
5.2 Software Reliability Describes the software availability of the UAP3801.

5.1 Hardware Reliability
The hardware reliability of the UAP3801 is as follows:
The Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of the UAP3801 (excluding the AC/DC)
is 876,000 hours.
The UAP3801 provides overtemperature protection and overcurrent protection.
5.2 Software Reliability
The error tolerance capability of the software system indicates the software reliability.
In other words, the system has self-healing ability. Software reliability of the UAP3801
is ensured through the following measures:
When software faults occur and affect services, the UAP3801 is automatically
restarted, shortening the time of service disruption
The UAP3801 protects software against faults. If a fault, such as file transfer
failure and power failure, occurs during software upgrade, the system is
automatically rolled back to the previous version, thus ensuring stable running of
the UAP3801.
The UAP3801 prevents log information from being frequently written in the flash
memory, thus enhancing memory reliability.



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6 Specifications
About This Chapter
The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section Describes
6.1 Performance Counters Describes the performance counters of the
UAP3801.
6.2 Technical Specifications Describes the technical specifications of the
UAP3801.
6.3 Working Environment Describes the working environment of the UAP3801.
6.4 EMC Describes the standards that the EMC of the
UAP3801 complies with.
6.5 Surge Protection Describes the standards that the surge protection of
the UAP3801 complies with.
6.6 Storage Describes the standards that the storage of the
UAP3801 complies with.
6.7 Transportation Describes the standards that the transportation of the
UAP3801 complies with.
6.8 Safety Standards Describes the standards that the safety of the
UAP3801 complies with.




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6.1 Performance Counters
Table 6-1 Performance counters of the UAP3801
Item Specification
Frequency band UL: 1920 MHz to 1980 MHz
DL: 2110 MHz to 2170 MHz
Maximum TX power 13 dBm (20 mW)
Carrier One carrier, one cell
TX/RX diversity No TX or RX diversity
Receiver sensitivity -110 dBm
Clock precision 0.25 ppm

6.2 Technical Specifications
Table 6-2 Technical specifications of the UAP3801
Item Specification
Width 235 mm
Height 172 mm
Depth 35 mm
Weight < 1.2 kg
Power consumption < 17 W (excluding the power consumption of
the power adapter)
Power supply Input voltage range: 90 V AC to 264 V AC
Frequency range: 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Heat dissipation Natural heat dissipation
Noise No noise
International Protection (IP)
specification
IP30




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6.3 Working Environment
Table 6-3 Working environment of the UAP3801
Item Specification
Storage temperature 40 to +70
Working temperature -5 to +40
Relative humidity for both storage and working environment 5% to 95%

6.4 EMC
The UAP3801 meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements and
complies with the following standards:
3G TS 25.113 V3.0.0 (1999-12): 3rd Generation Partnership Project; technical
specification group (TSG) Ran WG4; base station EMC.
CISPR 22(1997): "limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of information".
IEC61000-4-2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and
measurement techniques Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test Basic
EMC Publication.
IEC61000-4-3 Electromagnetic compatibility; basic immunity standard: radiated,
radio frequency electromagnetic fields; immunity test.
IEC61000-4-4 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and
measurement techniques Section 4: Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
Basic EMC publication.
IEC61000-4-5 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and
measurement techniques Section 5: Surge immunity test.
IEC61000-4-6 Electromagnetic compatibility; basic immunity standard: conducted
disturbances induced by radio-frequency fields; immunity test.
IEC61000-4-11 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and
measurement techniques Section 11: Voltage dips, short interruptions and
voltage variations immunity.
TS25.142.3rd generation partnership project; TSG RAN WG4; Base station
conformance testing(TDD)
TS25.141.3rd generation partnership project; TSG RAN WG4; UTRA(BS)FDD;
base station conformance testing(FDD)
ETSI 301 489-1 V1.5.1 (2004-11): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio
spectrum Matters (ERM); Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements.
ETSI EN 301 489-23 V1.2.1 (2002-11): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio
spectrum Matters (ERM); Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 23: "Specific conditions for IMT-2000 CDMA Direct
Spread (UTRA) Base Station (BS) radio, repeater and ancillary equipment"
ITU-T SM 329-10(2003): SPURIOUS EMISSIONS (Question ITU-R 55/1)



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6.5 Surge Protection
The surge protection of the UAP3801 complies with the following standards:
IEC 61312-1(1995) Protection Against Lightning Electromagnetic Impulse Part I:
General Principles
IEC 61643-1(1998) Surge Protective devices connected to low-voltage power
distribution systems
ITU-T K.11(1993) Principles of Protection Against Overvoltage and Overcurrents
6.6 Storage
The storage of the UAP3801 complies with the following standard:
EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-1 "Class 1.2, Weather protected, not
temperature-controlled storage locations".
6.7 Transportation
The transportation of the UAP3801 complies with the following standard:
EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-2 "Class 2.3 PUBLIC transportation".
6.8 Safety Standards
The equipment safety of the UAP3801 complies with the following standard:
IEC60950 Safety of information technology equipment Including Electrical
Business Equipment
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 950-95 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
Including Electrical Business Equipment
UL 1950 Safety of information technology equipment Including Electrical
Business Equipment
IEC60529 Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosure.(IP Code)



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A Acronyms and Abbreviations
Numerics
3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project

A
AC Alternating Current
AG Access Gateway
AHR AP Home Register
AMR Adaptive Multi-Rate
AP Access Point
AKA Authentication and Key Agreement

B
BAS Broadband Access Server

C
CS Circuit Switched

D
DSLAM Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
DC Direct Current

E



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EAP Extensible Authentication Protocol
EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
E-DCH Enhanced-Dedicated Channel

F
FE Fast Ethernet

G
GUI Graphic User Interface

H
HSDPA High Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSUPA High Speed Uplink Packet Access
HS-PDSCH High Speed- Physical Downlink Shared Channel

I
IP Internet Protocol
IKE Internet Key Exchange
IMS IP multimedia subsystem
IMSI International Mobile Subscriber Identity

L
LAI Location Area Identity
LCS Location Service

M
MAC Medium Access Control
MS-ISDN Mobile Station -Integrated Services Digital Networks
MTBF Mean Time Between Failures

P
PPPoE Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
PQ Priority Queuing



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PS Packet Switched
PLMN Public Land Mobile Network

R
RH Relative Humidity
RNC Radio Network Controller

S
SGSN Serving GPRS Support Node
SGW Security Gateway
SIM Subscriber Identity Module
SMS Short Message Service
SOHO Small Office and Home Office

T
TTI Transmission Time Interval

U
UE User Equipment
UDP User Datagram Protocol
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System