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Comba Telecom Ltd.

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The information contained herein is the responsibility of and is approved by the
following, to whom all enquiries should be directed in the first instance:

This is an unpublished work the copyright in which vests in Comba International
(" Comba" ). All rights reserved.

The information contained herein is confidential and the property of Comba and is
supplied without liability for errors or omissions. No part may be reproduced,
disclosed or used except as authorised by contract or other written permission.
The copyright and the foregoing restriction on reproduction and use extend to all
media in which the information may be embodied.





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0.1 CONTENTS

Section Page
0.2 CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................... 3
0.3 INDEX TO FIGURES AND TABLES ..................................................................................... 5
0.4 HISTORY ............................................................................................................................... 6
0.5 GLOSSARY OF TERMS ....................................................................................................... 7
0.6 SAFETY NOTICES AND ADMONISHMENTS ...................................................................... 8
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 9
2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................. 10
2.1 SYSTEM DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................ 10
2.2 EQUIPMENT LAYOUT ........................................................................................................ 11
2.3 EQUIPMENT CONSTITUTION ........................................................................................... 11
2.4 KIT OF PARTS .................................................................................................................... 12
3 INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................... 13
3.1 WARNINGS AND ALERTS ................................................................................................. 13
3.2 SITE PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS ................................................................................ 14
3.3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES ......................................................................................... 15
3.3.1 GOODS INWARDS INSPECTION ...................................................................................... 15
3.3.2 TOOLS ................................................................................................................................. 15
3.3.3 PREPARATION ................................................................................................................... 15
3.3.4 WALL MOUNTING .............................................................................................................. 16
3.3.5 POLE MOUNTING OF MOUNTING RACK ......................................................................... 17
3.3.6 FAN INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................... 17
3.3.7 DRIP-LOOP ......................................................................................................................... 18
3.4 EQUIPMENT CONNECTORS ............................................................................................. 19
3.4.1 CONNECTORS ................................................................................................................... 19
3.4.2 GROUNDING CONNECTION ............................................................................................. 20
3.4.3 LI-ION BATTERY CONNECTION ....................................................................................... 20
3.4.4 RF CONNECTION ............................................................................................................... 20
3.4.5 EXTERNAL ALARM CONNECTION ................................................................................... 20
3.4.6 CONNECTION BETWEEN PC AND EQUIPMENT ............................................................ 21
3.4.7 EXT ALARM CONNCETION ............................................................................................... 21
4 COMMISSIONING ............................................................................................................... 22
4.1 PRE-COMMISSIONING TASKS ......................................................................................... 22
4.2 MCU LED INDICATORS ..................................................................................................... 22
4.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES .................................................................................... 23
5 OMT ..................................................................................................................................... 25
5.1 LOCAL AND REMOTE CONNECTIONS TO OMT ............................................................. 25
5.1.1 LOCAL CONNECTION TO OMT......................................................................................... 25
5.1.2 REMOTE CONNECTION TO OMT ..................................................................................... 26
5.2 OMT CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................... 27
5.3 RF PARAMETER ................................................................................................................. 27
5.3.1 SWITCH .............................................................................................................................. 28
5.3.2 CHANNEL NO. .................................................................................................................... 28
5.3.3 ATT ...................................................................................................................................... 29
5.3.4 ALARM THRESHOLD ......................................................................................................... 29
5.3.5 ALARM INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 29
5.4 PROPERTIES INFO. ........................................................................................................... 31
5.4.1 EQUIPMENT ID ................................................................................................................... 31
5.4.2 COMM. CONFIG ................................................................................................................. 31
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6 MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................... 33
7 APPENDICES ...................................................................................................................... 34
7.1 APPENDIX A: TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE .................................. 34
7.2 APPENDIX B: SERVICING POLICY AND RETURN OF EQUIPMENT .............................. 34
7.3 APPENDIX C: RMA (RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION) FORM ............................. 35







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0.2 INDEX TO FIGURES AND TABLES
Figure 1: Views of RX-1939 Enclosure .........................................................................................................9
Figure 2: RX-1939 System Diagram ...........................................................................................................10
Figure 3: RX-1939 Internal Layout ..............................................................................................................11
Figure 4: Mounting Rack Overview .............................................................................................................15
Figure 5: Wall Mounting ..............................................................................................................................16
Figure 6: Pole Mounting Overview ..............................................................................................................17
Figure 7: Fan Installation .............................................................................................................................18
Figure 8: Bottom Panel Interface Diagram ..................................................................................................19
Figure 9: The Connection between Equipment and PC ..............................................................................21
Figure 10: Connection Type ........................................................................................................................26
Figure 11: Serial Port Configuration ............................................................................................................26
Figure 12: Remote Connection ...................................................................................................................27
Figure 13: OMT Main Window ....................................................................................................................27
Figure 14: Switch .........................................................................................................................................28
Figure 15: Channel No. ...............................................................................................................................28
Figure 16: Frequency Calculator .................................................................................................................28
Figure 17: ATT ............................................................................................................................................29
Figure 18: Alarm Threshold .........................................................................................................................29
Figure 19: Master Alarm ..............................................................................................................................30
Figure 20: External Alarm............................................................................................................................30
Figure 21: Fan Alarm...................................................................................................................................30
Figure 22: Equipment ID .............................................................................................................................31
Figure 23: Com. Config. ..............................................................................................................................32

Table 1: Equipment Constitution .................................................................................................................11
Table 2: Equipment KOP.............................................................................................................................12
Table 3: Cable Connection ..........................................................................................................................14
Table 4: RX-1939 Connectors .....................................................................................................................19



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0.3 HISTORY

Change No. ENU Details Of Change
1 1-0-0 RX-1939 user manual first created in Dec 2011 and referred to its
Chinese manual RX-1939-1001YH.

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0.4 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
ALC Automatic Level Control
ATT Attenuation
AFC Antenna Feedback Cancellation
BTS Base Transceiver Station
CSA Cross Sectional Area
dB Decibel
dBm Decibels relative to 1 milliwatt
DL Downlink
DPX Duplexer
DT Donor Terminal
E/O, O/E Electrical/Optical, Optical/Electrical
FSK Frequency Shift Keying
FOU Fiber Optical Unit
GSM Global Standard for Mobile Communication
Hz Hertz
ID Identification
LNA Low Noise Amplifier
MCU Main Control Unit
MHz Megahertz
MT Mobile Terminal
MTBF Mean Time Between Failures
NF Noise Figure
OMC Operation & Maintenance Center
OMT Operation & Maintenance Terminal
OP Optical Fiber
PA Power Amplifier
PLL Phase Locked Loop
PSU Power Supply Unit
RF Radio Frequency
RFU Radio Frequency Unit
RX Receive
SMA Sub-Miniature A Connector
SIU Slide-In-Unit
TX Transmit
UL Uplink
VAC Volts Alternating Current
VSWR Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexer




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0.5 SAFETY NOTICES AND ADMONISHMENTS
This document contains safety notices in accordance with appropriate standards. In the interests of
conformity with the territory standards for the country concerned, the equivalent territorial admonishments
are also shown.

Any installation, adjustment, maintenance and repair of the equipment must only be carried out by trained,
authorized personnel. At all times, personnel must comply with any safety notices and instructions.

Specific hazards are indicated by symbol labels on or near the affected parts of the equipment. The labels
conform to international standards, are triangular in shape, and are coloured black on a yellow
background. An informative text label may accompany the symbol label.

Hazard labeling is supplemented by safety notices in the appropriate equipment manual. These notices
contain additional information on the nature of the hazard and may also specify precautions.

Warning:
These draw the attention of personnel to hazards that may cause death or injury to the operator or others.
Examples of use are cases of high voltage, laser emission, toxic substances, point of high temperature,
etc.

Alert:
These draw the attention of personnel to hazards that may cause damage to the equipment. An example
of use is the case of static electricity hazard.

Caution notices may also be used in the handbook to draw attention to matters that do not constitute a
risk of causing damage to the equipment but where there is a possibility of seriously impairing its
performance, e.g. by mishandling or gross maladjustment. Warnings and Cautions within the main text do
not incorporate labels and may be in shortened form.

CAUTION: danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
type.




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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
RX-1939 Dual Mode Wireless Repeater (hereinafter called RX-1939) is designed for 1900MHz network.
RX-1939 adopts broadband digital processing technology and instant broadband reaches 60MHz.
Working frequency and working system can be customized for flexible configuration.

Characteristics of RX-1939 are as follows:

Supports GSM and WCDMA available.
High linearity MCPA ensures signal efficiently being amplified.
Allows DL VSWR alarm, DL input field intensity detect and output power detect functions, easy for
installation.
Automatic gain temperature compensation function which can maintain regular operation among
working temperature.
Local Operation and Maintenance Terminal (OMT): operating status and parameters can be set or
monitored by OMT PC locally. It can also check the downlink power and download the latest OMT
version.
Operation Maintenance Center (OMC): system working parameters and communication configuration
can be set or inquired remotely through the build-in GSM modem. If alarm is generated, the
equipment will dial up to OMC automatically in the mode of SMS or GPRS.
Build-in Li-ion battery ensures that alarm information can automatically report to OMC in case of
equipment power failure.
Designed for all weather outdoor application waterproof, damp-proof and Omni-sealed (IP65).

The following figure shows the enclosure of the RX-1939.
MT DT
EXT_ALM MODEM ANT LAN
POWER
FAN
228
372
4
9
2


Figure 1: Views of RX-1939 Enclosure

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2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
2.1 SYSTEM DIAGRAM
DLPA
ULPA
MODEM
DT
MT
DT
Duplexer
Li-ion
Battery
PSU
AC100V-240V
Digital
RF
Monitor
ing
Module
MODEM
ANT
LNA
LNA
VSWR
Power
Conversion
Fan
Duplex
Coupling
MT
Duplexer

Figure 2: RX-1939 System Diagram

As shown in the above figure, the downlink BS signals go through DT port to the system and then to
downlink by duplexer separation. The DL signals will go through DT duplexer then to digital RF monitoring
module for digital filtering and self-oscillation elimination. Then the DL signals will be sent to downlink PA
to amplify power and filter via duplexer. After amplification, the signals are transmitted at the MT port to
the service antenna.

On the UL, the signals transmitted by the mobile go through MT integration duplexer and digital RF
monitoring module then to uplink PA to power amplify and filter via duplexer, finally get back to BS by
donor antenna.


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2.2 EQUIPMENT LAYOUT
The following figure shows RX-1939 internal layout.

MT Duplexer
DT Duplexer
Door Open
Switch
DL PA
UL PA
Power Supply
Convert Module
Surge
Arrestor
Integrated Module
PSU

Figure 3: RX-1939 Internal Layout


2.3 EQUIPMENT CONSTITUTION
RX-1939 consists of the modules described as below:

Identifier Functional Description
Power Supply Unit (PSU)
converts the input voltage into a stable DC to
provide power for the internal functional modules
and to charge the internal Li-ion battery.
Surge Arrestor
is assumed that the antenna system will have
ample lightning protection.
Integrated Module consists of digital processing unit, RF unit and
monitoring unit.
DT Duplexer realizes UL/DL TX/RX isolation, build-in DL LNA is
used to amplify the DL low noise signal.
MT Duplexer realizes UL/DL TX/RX isolation, build-in UL LNA is
used to amplify the UL low noise signal while DL
VSWR detects DL output power and VSWR.























Table 1: Equipment Constitution


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2.4 KIT OF PARTS
For this system, the following are shipped:

Product Identifier Description Quantity
RX-1939 QI This equipment manual on CD-Rom 1
CPC Connector X14J7P 1
Ground Cable BVR10mm2, 2m 1
Key N/A 2
Ethernet Cable 2m 1
Modem Antenna XD-WCDMA 1
Masonry Bolt M10110 4
U Bolt (with 2 nuts, flat washer,
spring washer per bolt)
M10x85x110 2
Power Supply Cable n/a 1
Allen Key 5.5mm 1
T-shape Pentagon Screw
Wrench
5mm 1
OMT V5.0 or above OMT software on CD-Rom 1
Factory Test Report N/A 1
Table 2: Equipment KOP



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3 INSTALLATION
3.1 WARNINGS AND ALERTS
Radio Frequency Energies

There may be situations, particularly for workplace environments near high-powered RF sources, where
recommended limits for safe exposure of human beings to RF energy could be exceeded. In such cases,
restrictive measures or actions may be necessary to ensure the safe use of RF energy.


High Voltage

The equipment has been designed and constructed to prevent, as far as reasonably, practicable danger.
Any work activity on or near equipment involving installation, operation or maintenance must be, as far as
reasonably, free from danger.

Where there is a risk of damage to electrical systems involving adverse weather, extreme temperatures,
wet, corrosive or dirty conditions, flammable or explosive atmospheres, the system must be suitably
installed to prevent danger.


Protective Earthing

Equipment provided for the purpose of protecting individuals from electrical risk must be suitable for the
purpose and properly maintained and used.


Handling Precautions

This covers a range of activities including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, carrying, moving, holding or
restraining an object, animal or person. It also covers activities that require the use of force or effort, such
as pulling a lever, or operating power tools.


Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

Observe standard precautions for handling ESD-sensitive devices. Assume that all solid-state electronic
devices are ESD-sensitive. Ensure the use of a grounded wrist strap or equivalent while working with
ESD-sensitive devices. Transport, store, and handle ESD-sensitive devices in static-safe environments.







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3.2 SITE PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
Site Considerations
The site considerations are listed below:

The distance between the donor antenna and the BS should satisfy line of sight requirements for
maximum coverage area. The received spots accept field intensity at least -70dBm.
Make sure that TX and RX antennas isolation should more than the max gain that of -15dB.
Supply power near by the BS and easily access to the grounding spot.

Installation Location
Mounting surface shall be capable of supporting the weight of the equipment.

In order to avoid electromagnetic interference, a proper Mounting location must be selected to minimize
interference from electromagnetic sources such as large electrical equipment.

Chassis output interface should install higher 1.2m than the ground.

Environmental
Humidity has an adverse effect on the reliability of the equipment. It is recommended to install the
equipment in locations having stable temperature and unrestricted air-flow which should under the
temperature that of -40
o
C ~+55
o
C and relative humidity of maximal 95%.

The installation location for the product should be well ventilated. The equipment has been designed to
operate at the temperature range and humidity level as stated in the product specifications in the
datasheet.

Direct sun light exposure to the equipment should be avoided. Provide additional shelter if necessary.

Powering
The power supply unit (PSU) provides power to all modules within the equipment. Depending on the
product variant, it is recommended that the PSU operates on a dedicated circuit breaker or fused circuit.

Grounding Requirement
Verify that the equipment has been well grounded. This includes antennas and all cables connected to the
system. Ensure lightning protection for the antennas is properly grounded.

Cable Routing
Depending on equipment configuration, a variety of types of cables are required. Where applicable,
ensure cables are properly routed and secured so that they are not damaged.

Cable requirements are as follow:

Cable Connection Description
Coaxial Cable N to N Connect BS cable to DT port
Coaxial Cable N to N Connect serve antenna cable to
MT port
Local Commissioning Cable RJ45 Connect with PC to realize local
commissioning
Table 3: Cable Connection

Manual Handling
During transportation and installation, take necessary handling precautions to avoid potential physical
injury to the installation personnel and the equipment.
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3.3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
3.3.1 GOODS INWARDS INSPECTION
1. Verify the number of packages received against the packing list.
2. Check all packages for external damage; report any external damage to the shipping courier. If there
is damage, a shipping agent should be present before unpacking and inspecting the contents
because damage caused during transit is the responsibility of the agent.
3. Open and check each package against the packing list. If any items are missing, please contact
Comba.
4. Do not remove items from antistatic packing until ready for installation. If damage is discovered at the
time of installation, contact the shipping agent.


3.3.2 TOOLS
See Appendix A for a full list of the recommended tools required for installation and maintenance.


3.3.3 PREPARATION
Wall mounting with the masonry bolts supplied, which make use of the outer holes.
Pole Mounting with the clamp kit supplied, which make use of the inner holes.
200
85
4
0
2

Figure 4: Mounting Rack Overview
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3.3.4 WALL MOUNTING
Drill holes on the wall by using the position of the four round holes on the Mounting rack as a guide.
Insert the masonry bolts M10x110 through the round holes and tighten them to take the weight of the
entire enclosure.
Hook the enclosure up onto the mounting rack and align the hole positions to that of the mounting
rack, then installed the hex bolt (M8 x 20) to complete the installation.

Spring Washer
Plain Washer
M10 Nut
M8x20 Hex Bolt
Masonry Bolt

Figure 5: Wall Mounting

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3.3.5 POLE MOUNTING OF MOUNTING RACK
The equipment can be mounted on a pole of about 60~75mm in diameter.
Insert and tighten the two U bolts to secure the mounting rack onto the pole.
The remaining installation to secure the enclosure to the mounting rack is identical to wall mounting.
M8x20 Hex Bolt
Mounting
Rack
Pole
M10 Nut
Plain
Washer
Spring Washer
U Bolt
Side Bolt

Figure 6: Pole Mounting Overview


3.3.6 FAN INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
The fan is installed pre-hand before delivery. Refer to the following procedure in case of maintenance.

Disconnect the fan from the connector, use T shaped pentagon key wrench to loosen the four
recessed pentagon socket bolts and then take the old fan unit away.
See the following installation procedure to complete the fan installation.
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M5 Hex Socket Bolt with plain
washer and spring washer
Fan


Figure 7: Fan Installation



3.3.7 DRIP-LOOP
Comba recommends that every horizontal cable entry to the equipment forms a 'U' before its entry to the
equipment. Water on the cable will drip down at the bottom of the loop and will not accumulate at the
equipment connectors.

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3.4 EQUIPMENT CONNECTORS
3.4.1 CONNECTORS
.
FAN
POWER
LAN
MODEM ANT
EXT_ALM
DT MT


Figure 8: Bottom Panel Interface Diagram


The connection interfaces are shown below:

Connector Description
MT N-female connector, for external mobile antenna
DT N-female connector, for external donor antenna
Fan 12-pin CPC connector.
EXT_ALM 7-pin CPC connector for external alarm interface.
LAN RJ45 connector, connects with Ethernet cable.
POWER
1
Power supply interface
MODEM ANT SMA connector, connects with external antenna.
Table 4: RX-1939 Connectors



1
The voltage identification is a variant due to electricity system diversity of global regions. The power cable gland
might be identified for AC 220V, AC 110V, AC 220V/110V, DC -48V, or DC +24V respectively. Please refer to
specific product or contact local sales if any doubt.
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3.4.2 GROUNDING CONNECTION
Ground Connection

To ensure safe operation of the product, a ground (earth) connection is required. For single phase AC
power source, the product must be grounded by connecting the earth wire of the power cord to the
ground terminal of the AC supply.


3.4.3 LI-ION BATTERY CONNECTION
Li-ion battery which located in the side panel of enclosure is provided with this system to ensure power is
supplied to the system integrated module and MCU and connect the connectors as illustrated below
after system commissioning to ensure the alarm message could be sent to OMC effectively in
case of mains power failure.

Caution: Be careful of the risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries according to the instructions.

Figure 9: Li-ion Battery Connection


3.4.4 RF CONNECTION
Donor antenna connection: Connect the cable form donor antenna to DT port
Mobile antenna connection: Connect the cable form mobile antenna to MT port


3.4.5 EXTERNAL ALARM CONNECTION
The external alarm port is used to connect with other external equipment and alarm ports. Connection is
not must in case there is no external alarm port.


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3.4.6 CONNECTION BETWEEN PC AND EQUIPMENT
The below shows the connection:

LANPort
GSM
Network/PSTN
Wireless
Build-in
GSM
Modern
Realizeremote
monitor
LocalMonitoring
Wire/Wireless
Modem
MonitoringCenter
RJ45Ethernetcable

Figure 10: The Connection between Equipment and PC

Note that when connect the RJ45 Ethernet cable with PC, the equipment should be power off and Li-ion
battery output connector is disconnected.


3.4.7 EXT ALARM CONNCETION
The EXT ALARM port is a 7-pin CPC connector. The following figure and table show the pin allocation
and definition. Pin numbering are shown looking-into the connector on the enclosure.
2 1
6 7
3 5
4

Figure 1: Pins Allocation for EXT_ALM Port

Pin number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Alarm
definition
EXT.
Alarm 1
EXT.
Alarm 2
EXT.
Alarm 3
GND
EXT.
Alarm 4
Reserved Reserved
Table 1: Pin Definition of EXT_ALM Port




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4 COMMISSIONING
4.1 PRE-COMMISSIONING TASKS
After equipment installation, perform the following steps before equipment powering and commissioning,
check that the expected voltage, current, and power levels do not violate any ratings. Double check all
connections including ground before applying power. Do not manipulate circuits or make changes when
power is applied:

Visually inspect the power connection within the equipment. Ensure that the power cable is correctly
and securely connected, including grounding wire, RF cable and optical cable.
Check grounding connection and verify that the ground resistance is less than 5.
Connect the equipment to the PC installed with OMT software.
Check antenna system return loss which working frequency band return loss should less than -14dB
(VSWR < 1.5)
The online commissioning can be commenced with following the commissioning steps.


4.2 MCU LED INDICATORS
Three diagnostic LEDs are located on integrated module; each indicates the status of a particular
function:

LED_ALARM
LED_MODEM
LED_RUN

Figure 2: LEDs

Identifier Colour Indication
LED_RUN Green
Operation indicator Flashes once every second to indicate
normal system operation.
LED_ALARM Red Alarm indicator. ON = alarm; OFF = no alarm
LED_MODEM Red
Modem status indicator. Flashes during initiating, and go off
after that. If the indicator is continuous on then the initiating
fails.
Table 2: LED Indicators

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4.3 COMMISSIONING PROCEDURES
Perform the following procedures for system commissioning.
On
-
line& InquiryStatus
ExternalAlarm
Yes
EnableExternalAlarmandConfigure
VoltageappliedtoEXTAlarm
SetChannelNO .
AdjustDownlinkATTandMeasure
DownlinkOutputPower
SignalInput
ExitfromOMT
RemoteConnectiontoOMC
Yes
Configure[EquipmentID]
Comm.Comfig
SelectMonitoringParameters
No
No
Test-Call
DoubleCheckNoInterferencetoBTSand
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Commissioning Tasks Observation
1. On-line and Inquiry status
Activate the OMT Main window. The system Initialization will
completed in about 2 minutes.
Click Connect button to enquire the repeaters status. Proceed if
there is no alarm; else check the failure and attend to the alarm.
2. Set Channel No.

Keep RF switch ON and set the channel number of the repeaters
operating frequency.
3. Adjust Downlink Output
Power and align donor
antenna
Observe DL input power from measured value. Align the direction of
donor antenna until the DL input power reading is maximized.
Note: To ensure that the measured DL input power is accurate, one
should set the DL ATT to 0 before performing the check.
4. Configure [Equipment ID] Go to [Properties Info] and set [Equipment ID].
5. Comm. Config
Enable the power supply by selecting On in [RF] -> [Switch]; go to
[Properties Info.] -> [Comm. Config.] and set OMC Phones No. , the
service No. of SMSC, Report Mode.
6. Select Monitoring
Parameters
Select the equipment controlled and monitored parameters.
If the external devices are connected to the equipment for
management, please enable in the [External Alarm Info.] Interface.
7. Test coverage area field
intensity and adjust
service antenna.
Use test-handset to verify field intensity within the coverage area. If
needed, realign the service antenna to achieve the desired
coverage.
Note: If during operation, the equipment gain could not be set to
maximum or the output power is not high enough due to insufficient
donor and service antennas isolation, then the antennas position
should be changed to increase isolation. If the output power is too
high and ALC is activated, then adjust the DL ATT to achieve
optimal DL Gain.
8. Verify UL gain and ensure
test call produces good
voice quality and there is
no interfering BTS
Adjust UL gain and perform test calls. Typically, the UL gain is set
around 5dB less than DL gain. Perform test calls in the coverage
area while adjusting UL gain if required.
Note: If the repeater is near the BTS and the test call performance
is poor, this may be due to UL noise interference to the BTS. Users
can calculate and determine if the repeater UL noise will interfere
with the BTS.
Verify again that there is no unacceptable interference to BTS.

Table 3: Commissioning




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5 OMT
The equipment can be monitored and controlled by OMT software running on a local PC with local
commissioning cable, remote connection to the equipment via wireless GSM / CDMA network.

OMT software running on a local PC with serial connection to the equipment.
OMC (optional) software with remote connection to the equipment over wireless GSM / CDMA
network.

This chapter is to introduce how to apply local and remote connection to OMT for the first installation, for
the detailed OMT information, please refer to OMT user manual and other references.

Notice: The OMC software with remote connection to the equipment over wireless GSM / CDMA network
is optional for customers.


5.1 LOCAL AND REMOTE CONNECTIONS TO OMT
After installing OMT software on the PC, connection to the equipment can be done locally or remotely.

Double click the OMT explorer icon, the OMT Explorer main screen window will appear.


5.1.1 CONNECTION VIA ETHERNET (UDP)
In order to access to equipment via Ethernet (UDP), the PC must be set with proper IP address and
subnet mask in advance.


Figure 3: PC Protocol Setting

The default IP address of repeater is 195.60.16.254. To access the repeater for the first time, the PC
must be set with proper IP address: 195.60.16.X (X=1~253), subnet mask: 255.255.255.0.

After the PC protocol has been properly set, please connect the RJ45 cable to PC and equipment
Ethernet port.

Choose Connection via Ethernet (UDP) and click ONLINE.
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After database configuration is done successfully, the following window will pop up and select [Connection
via Ethernet (UDP)] for connection.


Figure 4: Connection Type

After clicking ONLINE, a window will pop up for user configuring IP Address and Port No.

Items Default Value
PC IP Address 195.60.16.X (X=1~253)
Device IP Site Port NO. 7025 (defaults)
PC Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Repeater IP Address 195.60.16.254
Table 4: IP Setting Quick Look-up Table


5.1.1 REMOTE CONNECTION TO OMT
If remote connection is needed, users can select [Remote connection via modem] in connection type
window. Select desired serial port and click OK in [Serial Port Configuration] window to go to OMT main
window and start modem initialization. Click connect and the [Remote Connection] window will show up.

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Figure 11: Remote Connection

Config: Enter the correct phone number (Users don't have to enter the password) and click connect, it
will be connected remotely.

Notice: Please enable the SIM card to support Circuit Switch Data.


5.2 OMT CONFIGURATION
After entering the OMT main screen, click the Connect button on the toolbar, to connect the equipment
to the OMT. Successful connection will be indicated by a message Online Ok and equipment
parameters can be read and/or set.

Users can configure the parameters, and then offset the parameters according to desired coverage level
and interference to other BTS signals.


OMT parameters include: Common Information, RF Information, Alarm Information, and Properties
Information.


Figure 12: OMT Main Window


5.3 RF PARAMETER
It is recommended to configure the following RF parameters for the first installation.


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5.3.1 SWITCH
Switch is to enable/disable power for internal modules. When user checks and sets non-RF parameters,
such as checking physical antenna connection, switching off will disable equipment power temporarily to
protect PA in operation.


Figure 13: Switch

RF Switch: Turn off DL PA and UL PA.

Config:
Select the required state in setting columns of RF information window for RF switch, then press [Enter] or
[Config] button to finish the configuration operation.


5.3.2 CHANNEL NO.
Channel No. includes Low Edge Channel No. and High Edge Channel No. The value in [MaxValue]
column is the upper limit of the range, while the value in [MinValue] column is the lower limit of the range.


Figure 14: Channel No.

Here takes the GSM channel NO. setting as an example. In case setting WCDMA, please follow the steps
below.
Config:
Enter the required value in setting columns and click [Config] button to finish the configuration operation.
There are two methods to insert the channel number:
Insert the desired channel number (within the setting range) into the [Setting] column directly
Right click the [Setting] column, the [Frequency Calculator] dialogue window seen as below will pop-
up, insert the desired channel number. Then the corresponding frequency will turn up automatically.
This function makes it easier for user to configure.


Figure 15: Frequency Calculator
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5.3.3 ATT
ATT adjustment includes UL/DL ATT adjustment. The purpose of adjusting the ATT is to adjust system
gain.

DL/UL ATT setting range: 0~30dB


Figure 16: ATT

Config:
Select the required value in setting columns of RF information window for ATT, and press [Enter] or
[Config] button to finish the configuration operation.


5.3.4 ALARM THRESHOLD
Alarm Threshold includes Power threshold, Temperature threshold and VSWR threshold.
Users can set alarm threshold according to the specific situation. If the measured value is lower than the
threshold lower limit or more than the threshold upper limit, the appropriate alarm will be generated.


Figure 17: Alarm Threshold

Config:
Enter the required value in setting columns of RF information window for Alarm threshold, and press
[Enter] or [Config] button to finish the configuration operation.


5.3.5 ALARM INFORMATION
Alarm information operation is to select alarm parameters for monitoring. Alarm parameters include
Master Alarm, Channel Alarm, External Alarm and Fan Alarm.

Click any tree node in [Alarm Info] group, [Alarm Parameter Information] window will appear in the right
side. The picture below shows the master alarm information.

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Figure 18: Master Alarm


Figure 19: Channel Alarm


Figure 20: External Alarm


Figure 21: Fan Alarm

Config:
Tick the check box of [Item select] and [Enable] of the desired parameters and click [config] button to
finish configuration operation.
Notice: [Enable] box is to enable the alarm monitoring for system. Only if users enable the alarm by
ticking the [Enable] box, the alarms can be monitored by the OMT/OMC.

On the MCU, if any alarm is generated and this alarm is also enabled in [Enable] box, LED H2 turns RED;
while it is OFF when normal working. On the OMT/OMC window, [Alarm Status] indicator keeps GREEN if
no alarm and turns RED if an alarm is generated.
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5.4 PROPERTIES INFO.
5.4.1 EQUIPMENT ID
Equipment ID is to be configured after local commission has been completed, which includes Site ID, and
Site Sub ID.


Figure 22: Equipment ID

See the table below for configuration details of each parameter.

Item Description
Site ID Site ID is the unique equipment identification. It is a hexadecimal string of eight
characters in the range of [00000000~FFFFFFFF]. e.g. 00000000
Site Sub ID Site Sub ID is used for Master-Slave System. It is the unique identification of
each Master/ Slave Unit and is a hexadecimal string of two characters in the
range of [00~FF].
For the system located with single equipment, the Site Sub ID should be FF.
For Master-Slave system, the Site Sub ID for Master Unit is 00, and the Site Sub
ID for each Slave Unit is represented in the range of [01~FE] in ascending order.
e.g. Master Site ID: 00, Slave Site ID: 01


5.4.2 COMM. CONFIG
If the equipment is to be monitored by OMC software over wireless GSM / CDMA network, users must
finish the [Comm. Config.] in the next step.

The Comm. Config information requires to be manually entered by users after successful connection to
the equipment.

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Figure 23: Com. Config.

See the table below for configuration details of each parameter.

Item Description
Checking Control Select Enable or Disable from the drop down menu as shown to enable or
disable the Phone Number Authentication feature. Refer to [Phone No.] in
details.
OMC Server IP Based on the current network conditions, users can enter the IP address
information of the equipment, which is connected to the OMT/OMC via
Ethernet. This connection via Ethernet is not available at this stage.
Phone No. This is designed for authentication purpose when remote connection via
modem is required. It is the phone number to dial the equipment. Only the
phone number pre-defined in this field, will it be allowed to dial the
equipment. It is required to manually enter the phone number. Up to 5 phone
numbers are allowed. The use of phone number authentication can avoid
unauthorized use of the OMT. In addition, it can prevent the equipment
receiving piles of spam short messages, thus help the operator greatly
reduce the cost.
Report Config The Report No. is the SIM card number of the modem built into the OMC
Server computer. The equipment will send alarm SMS to this number.
If remote communication is needed via modem, users have to enable SMS
mode and set the report phone No. by entering the SIM card number of the
equipment built-in modem.
SMSC No. It specifies the SMS center. Users have to set the service No. of SMSC for
the first installation, so that the alarms can be sent to OMC.




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6 MAINTENANCE
The RX-1939 repeater is designed for trouble-free operation and generally does not need maintenance.
Maintenance activities should only be carried out by trained personnel.

The equipment operation status can be observed remotely through OMC.

Periodic inspection of the repeater equipment(s) is recommended, the recommended tasks includes:

Inspect and record operation status and output power of the repeater from OMC or OMT.
Verify the direction and position of antennas. Re-align if necessary.
Make sure the cable gland and sealing on the RF cable connectors are not damaged.
Verify lightning and grounding protection is in good condition.






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7 APPENDICES
7.1 APPENDIX A: TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
The following are the recommended list of tools new installation and routine maintenance:

Slotted screwdriver
Philips screwdriver
Ring spanner (Assorted size: 12~20mm)
Electrically operated drill and masonry drill bits 10mm
Anti-static wrist strap
Allen key (M5.5)
Side cutter
Frequency counter (e.g. FLUKE PM6685R)
RF Power Meter (e.g. Bird 5000)
T-shaped Pentagon Key Wrench




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7.2 APPENDIX B: RMA (RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION) FORM


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