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ALCATEL-LUCENT

9362 ENTERPRISE CELL
V2.2 2100MHz W-CDMA SMALL CELL
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9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.2 2100MHZ

FEBRUARY 2013

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08 18th April 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update 01.17 8th January 2013 Xavier Charaix Standard Document update – Ext.09 20th April 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update 01.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 3 / 22 .11 30th May 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update – usage icone modified 01. Antennas 01.03 6th December 2011 Mathieu Frénois Preliminary Document Update for DR1 01.18 12th February 2013 Xavier Charaix Standard Document update – Antenna Pattern Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.07 23rd March 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update 01.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 PUBLICATION HISTORY Issue Date th Contact Status Comments 01.12 20th July 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update – new pictures and new LEDs icons 01.06 21st February 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update for DR3 redirected 01. power consumption 01.14 14th September 2012 Xavier Charaix Standard Document update – Add antenna gain 01.02 18th November 2011 Mathieu Frénois Preliminary Document update for DR1 01.13 14th August 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update – 8 users license added + radio parameters updated 01.01 30 August 2011 Carl de Reynal Draft Document creation 01.04 12th January 2012 Mathieu Frénois Preliminary Document update 01.15 18th September 2012 Xavier Charaix Standard Document update – Add MTBF 01.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.16 15th October 2012 Xavier Charaix Standard Document update – Up weight.10 27th April 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update 01.05 13th February 2012 Mathieu Frénois Standard Document update for DR3 01.

............. 15 3.......................................... 7 SMALL CELL SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE ................................................11 Status indicators .............................................................. 19 APPENDIX B: ANTENNA PATTERN FOR EXTERNAL ANTENNA .........................2 2 SMALL CELL FOR THE ENTERPRISE .......................................................... 8 ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE CELL ......................................................1....................................................1 4.... 11 3...............................2 ENTERPRISE CELL ITEMS ............................................................................................ 12 3.......................................................................... 14 3.................1................................................................... 6 SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT ....... 16 3....................................................................................................................4 3 OVERVIEW ..............2 4......................................................................5 Frequency band ..............................1.... 17 3................... 18 4 APPENDICES ....................................7 2.12 Environmental and Regulatory Specifications ......................................3 4...............1......6 Antenna ........ 21 APPENDIX D: ACRONYMS ........10 Security ........1...........................1..........................................1 1........... 20 APPENDIX C: RELATED READING ...........2 Enclosure ....................................................1................................1................................................................................................................. 10 3...............3 Connectors and Interfaces ..................2 2...............................................................2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 4 / 22 ................. 16 3.................. 13 3.....................1 Deployment scenario ...........................................................1................... 7 ENTERPRISE CELL BENEFITS ..9 Reliability.....1 PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS ........................1..........................................................1......................................... 10 3.........................................................................4 APPENDIX A: ANTENNA PATTERN FOR INTERNAL ANTENNA ...........9 3...............7 Transmission Power ........................3 2................................................................................................ 6 OVERVIEW ....1 2................1........................................................................................................................... 15 3........4 Power Supply .........................................19 4......... 16 3......................................................................... 22 Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01..........8 Radio Parameters................................ 8 ENTERPRISE CELL PRODUCT OVERVIEW ............. 16 3...................6 1..............................................PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.....................

.............................................................. 12 Figure 7 : V2............................................................................ 17 Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.............................................................................................................................. 16 LEDs and status button indication ..........PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2..........................................................18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 5 / 22 .................... 15 LIST OF TABLES Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: V2................................................. 9 Physical characteristics ......................... 10 Figure 3: Enterprise Cell deployed in a supermarket ............. 12 Ethernet interface .....................................................2 Enterprise Cell with External Antennas ....................... 17 3GPP compliance ........... 11 Figure 6: Generic Label.......................................... 14 Radio parameters .............................................................................2 Enterprise Cell key performances................2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: 9360 Small Cell solution high level system architecture ......................................................................................................................................... 11 Figure 5: Enterprise Cell casing with the mounting bracket ready for wall or ceiling installation (back view).............................................................................. 10 Figure 4: Enterprise Cell casing with the mounting bracket in a standalone position (front view) .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Figure 2: Enterprise Cell deployed in business office environment ........................................................................................................................................................................... 17 Temperature and Humidity range...................... 13 Frequency bands..........

key benefits and operational capabilities of the product. 1. Whenever an Alcatel-Lucent specific term is used. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. electronic or mechanical.1 Overview This document provides a description of the Alcatel-Lucent 9362 Enterprise Cell V2. [3] and [4] in 4. The Enterprise Cell Product Description is updated regularly under change control. including photocopying.1 Appendix A: Related Reading). Many of the terms used in this document refer to definitions of the 3GPP standards. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means. without the written permission of Alcatel-Lucent. This information is provided in dedicated documents on a per software release basis (e. For more general information concerning 9360 Small Cell Solution.4. refer to [5].0. it is explicitly elaborated.2 2100MHz W-CDMA as part of the 9360 Small Cell solution (Enterprise Cell in the rest of the document). The Product Description provides the characteristics.2 Scope of this Document The Product Description mentions the Enterprise Cell functions but cannot be considered as a detailed feature list or a Plan of Record (PoR). [2]. The Enterprise Cell will be introduced first with releases BCR 2.2 2100MHZ 1 FEBRUARY 2013 INTRODUCTION 1. Alcatel-Lucent reserves the right to change the technical specifications without notice until General Availability of the product.1 and BCR 3. Feature Planning Guide for Small Cell solution. please refer to [1].18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 6 / 22 .PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.g. Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of the vendor or its representatives. The OAM solution for the Enterprise Cell is described in a dedicated document [6] Small Cell Management System.

9366 Small Cell Gateway and Small Cell Management System (SCMS) are included in 9360 Small Cell solution to allow a highly scalable interconnection to the existing UMTS network over the existing standardized 3GPP interfaces. The solution has been designed for an effective plug & play installation.1 Overview An Enterprise Cell is a wireless access point using licensed spectrum delivering improved network reach and increased capacity while offloading traffic from the macro network.2 Small Cell Solution architecture The high level system architecture for small cells as defined by 3GPP is depicted in the diagram in Figure 1. Small Cell Access Points. 2.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 7 / 22 .PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. The Enterprise Cell offers legacy support for Circuit Switched Voice and UMTS Packet Data with standard 3G handsets. Figure 1: 9360 Small Cell solution high level system architecture Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 2 SMALL CELL FOR THE ENTERPRISE 2.

SGSN and therefore existing Applications. call routing are available on this kind of mobile application. with the presence location API feature. instead of macrocells. It can be deployed in a network supporting a mix of Home. thanks to a “One Number” capability. For instance. corporate directory. This leads to reduce churn and to allow higher revenue per user. Quality of Service (QoS) and trusted security for application development. but can also be used in many more cases. Enterprise and Metro Cells. 10 to 100 Enterprise Cells may be deployed in place of one macrocell. As a result. since they are very easy to install and are less subject to regulatory constraints with their low emission power. the Enterprise Cell allows the end user to use the wide range of available 3G devices and applications with higher data rates and. For more information on the architecture of the solution please refer to [7]. an Iu’ interface is supported between the Access Point and the 9366 Small Cells Gateway (which 9365 is part of) from BCR 3. Enterprise Cells also allow the operator to propose bundled offers and to include an entire group of employees into a single agreement. collapsing the traditional 3G Node B and RNC functions into one.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 8 / 22 . depending on the operator strategy. Services through standard Iu-CS and Iu-PS interfaces. As an example. including the 3G MSC. Portals. 2. the Enterprise Cell is ideal for high user density places where additional capacity is required or even in areas where cell phone coverage is needed on short notice. airport…) and can bring a lot of different benefits. new sources of revenue from new corporate applications are enabled by the enhanced indoor coverage and corporate networking possibilities. Furthermore.3 Enterprise Cell benefits The Enterprise Cell can be installed in any indoor private places such as business environments or indoor public places (shopping malls.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. the users can be connected to the Small Cell Access Points to take advantage of enterprise services. access to My Instant Communicator… If installed in indoor public places. This deployment also allows new innovative applications such as location. anywhere through a mobile application. They can make and receive their business calls as if they were in their office.0. Furthermore. the Enterprise Cell can be deployed in areas formerly covered by microcells or picocells. It also uses the same end to end solution as the Home Cell and Metro Cells. 2.4 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Cell With a fully 3GPP compliant implementation. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. The backhaul connection from the Access Point is IP and an IPsec Tunnel is used to guarantee a secure link.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 The 9360 Small Cell solution uses 3GPP interfaces to connect to the existing mobile core network nodes while offering 3GPP compliant air interface. workers can be always connected to the company anytime. Options such as call history. visual voice mails. at lower call costs. With a high capacity. The architecture integrates seamlessly into the operator's existing 3GPP network. If installed in business offices. The Enterprise Cell uses a flat IP architecture. an integration within Alcatel-Lucent IP-PBX can also bring benefits such as short-cut dialing.

7 Transmission Power part).1. allowing flexibility of the signal coverage area.2 key performances related to each release: Release Performances BCR 2. an 8 users variant of the unit is available.05) to 32 users by step of 8 HSPA speed (bearer) DL: up to 14.0x Maximum transmit power 100 mW or 250mW (factory option) 100 mW (upgradable to 250 mW) Number of users Up to 16 users simultaneously From 8 users (from BCR 3.4. It supports Rx space diversity. It has two integrated omni-directional antennas.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 3 ENTERPRISE CELL PRODUCT OVERVIEW The Enterprise Cell has sophisticated capabilities developed by Bell Labs to ensure zero-touch configuration in the case of a single deployment.1.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 9 / 22 . improving the signal quality and accommodating more users.4 Mbps UL: up to 2 Mbps DL: up to 21 Mbps UL: up to 5. please refer to 3. It uses an Ethernet connection for backhaul. The Enterprise Cell has several unique capabilities: It has a pay-as-you-grow capacity from 8 to 32 users. In the case of multiple Enterprise Cell deployments. Designed to blend into most business office or warehouse environments. It supports bi-color status LEDs (enabled/disabled by the end-user). Then both the 8 & 16 users variant can increase their maximum number of users per step of 8 users to 32 users through licensing key to be purchased additionally. a low touch radio planning may be required. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.7 Mbps Table 1: V2. following IEEE 802.1 BCR 3.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.05.4.2 Enterprise Cell key performances * In release BCR 2. From BCR 3. A version with external antennas connectors is available.* It is 100 mW capable as standard with an option to increase up to 250 mW (for further details. With an external power adaptor or with PoE+. The power can be supplied in 2 different ways.3 at Power over Ethernet standard. 16 users are supported simultaneously. The table below summarizes Enterprise Cell V2.

2 2100MHZ 3.1 Deployment scenario The Enterprise Cell is designed to be standalone. airports…) The Enterprise Cell installation will depend on in country laws where the product is deployed.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 10 / 22 .PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. Figure 2: Enterprise Cell deployed in business office environment Figure 3: Enterprise Cell deployed in a supermarket Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. It is to be deployed in an indoor environment with associated environmental and physical constraints. shopping malls. fixed on a wall or ceiling mounted.1 FEBRUARY 2013 Product Characteristics 3. it can be installed in any indoor private places such as business offices or warehouses but also in any indoor public places (supermarkets. Therefore.1.

Below are pictures of the Alcatel-Lucent generic enclosure front and back view: Figure 4: Enterprise Cell casing with the mounting bracket in a standalone position (front view) Figure 5: Enterprise Cell casing with the mounting bracket ready for wall or ceiling installation (back view) Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.2 2100MHZ 3.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.1. Please refer to the Personalisation and Option Selection Guide for the concerned options [8].2 FEBRUARY 2013 Enclosure The Enterprise Cell case has a number of customization options.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 11 / 22 .

1.2. 1 Gigabit Ethernet connector for connectivity to any other device such as a computer.1 Physical characteristics The physical characteristics of the Enterprise Cell are (without the power supply unit): Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth) 252x 166x 42 mm Volume 1. Figure 6: Generic Label 3.2 External Marking The Enterprise Cell product label provides information on the model.3 Connectors and Interfaces 1 Gigabit Ethernet connector for backhauling connection: 1000Base-T RJ45 connector. power rating. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. When the AC/DC power adaptor is used to supply the power.1. the PoE+ capable router is not used. A Kensington slot.1.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. The optional version of the V2.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 3. Power Supply: jack connector. MAC address. this connector is to be connected to a PoE+ capable router or a PoE+ injector while the DC power connector is not used. A power and reset multifunctional button. Bi-color LEDs to provide the status of the unit.2. If PoE+ is used to supply the power.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 12 / 22 .2 with external antennas connector has SMA type connectors. CE approval and environmental marking (WEEE/RoHS) on the back side of the unit. serial and part number.8 L Weight 790 g Table 2: Physical characteristics 3.

18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 13 / 22 .6 gauge) Connector RJ-45 Maximum range 100m on 0. Otherwise.5mm (IEEE802.5 W Max power consumption on the 250 mW variant.4.1. a PoE+ capable router can also be used.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. 3.1. 14.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 The Ethernet mode is automatically negotiated: Parameters Value Ethernet cabling MDI/MDI-X auto detection Half / Full Duplex configuration Automatic or configured Ethernet 1000 configuration Automatic Interface media Twisted pair (0. PoE+ capable router and PoE+ injector are not part of the standard product delivery.1 Power supply over PoE+ If PoE+ is used to supply the power.5 W Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. In this case. 3.1) Standard compliance IEEE802.3 Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the Enterprise Cell depends on the transmit power.1.4.1.3 Table 3: Ethernet interface 3.2 Power supply with AC/DC power adaptor An AC 110-220V / DC power adaptor can be used.3 clause 14.4.4 Power Supply 3. a PoE+ injector can be used while the AC/DC power connector is not used. power injector is not used. Max power consumption on the 100 mW variant.4 to 0. 13.

when in base station mode.960 MHz - III 1800 3G Network Listening DCS 2G Network Listening 1805-1880 MHz - 2G Network Listening Table 4: Frequency bands 3G Network Listening The 3G Network Listening feature allows the Enterprise Cell to act as a UE and receive transmission from neighboring base stations. 2G Network listening The Enterprise Cell supports a GSM receiver chain and can therefore receive the signal transmitted by the 2G Macro network. for identification of the target cell for UMTS handover and for rebroadcasting of the system information messages.2 2100MHZ 3. eliminating the need for operator provisioned neighbor cell lists. It can then retrieve the relevant information to build and maintain 2G neighbor lists and target cells for IRAT handover and later. to broadcast to the UE for cell reselection. The Enterprise Cell can search for and sync to a macro base station. This information is used by the Enterprise Cell to automatically select its primary scrambling code and power levels to transmit and to create and update a list of UMTS neighbor cells. The feature also allows the Enterprise Cell to automatically identify. and then decode the BCCH channel. when in base station mode. measure and record its neighbor UMTS cells. Measurements and information are provided by the network listening feature to the auto-configuration and self-optimization functions. in support of reselection by the UE.5 FEBRUARY 2013 Frequency band The channel bandwidth used is 5MHz. Frequency band for both UMTS operation and network listening functions are listed in the table below: Operating band for UMTS operation Frequency band Common name UL frequencies DL frequencies I 2100 IMT 1920 – 1980 MHz 2110 –2170 MHz Operating band for network listening Frequency band Common name - DL frequencies I 2100 IMT 2110 –2170 MHz - VIII 900 GSM 925 .1. This neighbor cell list is used by the Enterprise Cell.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 14 / 22 .

with a possibility to power unlock to 250 mW through licensing key to be purchased additionally.2 Enterprise Cell. For specific solutions. * Unlike below.1. omnidirectional…) but must ensure that the necessary certifications are valid. A version with external antennas connectors is proposed.7 Transmission Power The V2. the V2. the V2. the default antenna color will match the casing. the customer may use their own antennas (directional.0.5 dBi.2 is part of 3GPP Medium Range BS classification.2 2100MHZ 3.2 is capable of output power up to 250 mW. The antenna gain is -2. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. Due to its transmit power.1. From BCR 3. Figure 7 : V2.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.2 will be proposed in 100 mW.2 Enterprise Cell with External Antennas 3. The average gain of the given antennas is the same as the internal ones but offers a better coverage with a better peak gain. It is provided with a set of omnidirectionnal external antennas.6 FEBRUARY 2013 Antenna Two internal omnidirectional 2G/3G antennas are included in the V2.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 15 / 22 .

once the authentication method is configured in the product (either shared secret or digital certificate) then there is no way to change it anymore. September 2006.5% (or less) ACLR 5MHz 47 dB 45 dB (or greater) ACLR 10MHz 57 dB 50 dB (or greater) Table 5: Radio parameters 3. service.8 FEBRUARY 2013 Radio Parameters The Enterprise Cell is designed according to the following parameters in 3GPP TS 25. As an option. 3.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 16 / 22 .11 Status indicators Four LEDs provide indication for power status. From BCR 3.1.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. internet.9 Reliability The MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) is calculated based on Telcordia SR-332 Issue 2. shared secret for authentication). Its purpose is to turn On/Off all the LEDs (except the Power LED and the LEDs on the RJ45 ports).2 at 25°C on a stand position is about 60 years (526 Khours).5% (or less) QAM EVM 4% 12. forced opening of the casing causes permanent disablement of the unit.1.104 specifications. Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. In this case.0. Parameter Typical value 3GPP target value Sensitivity -117 dBm . the V2.1.2 Enterprise can also support digital certificate instead of this mechanism. However.2 2100MHZ 3.1. 3. use as shown in the table 6 below. A status button is also present. The MTBF of the 9362 Enterprise Cell V2.107 dBm (or less) QPSK EVM 4% 17.e. repair process is not available as irreversible damage is caused to the printed circuit board and a new one must be provided.10 Security A secure memory is used to authenticate and store sensitive data in the Access Point (i.

e. The Enterprise Cell is compliant with RoHS and WEEE as well as the standards listed in the following paragraphs: Environment operating conditions.2 (temperature-controlled locations. indoor (desk.2 2100MHZ Power status Internet FEBRUARY 2013 Service Use Status button O Table 6: LEDs and status button indication Assuming the service fully works.temperature range: -5°C to +45°C) and with an Ingress Protection level consistent and installation requirements. 3GPP TS 25. Ethernet LEDs switch off 60 seconds after RJ45 port being populated.1. exceptional operating conditions .104. regarding electromagnetic interference and also safety and health. wall or ceiling) as per IEC 60529. Environmental operating conditions: The Enterprise Cell is compliant with ETS 300 019-1-3 class 3. Safety/Health. Release 9 3GPP TS 25. Parameter Value Temperature range -5°C to +45°C Relative humidity 5 % to 95 % Table 8: Temperature and Humidity range Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 17 / 22 . Environment and EMC. On top of that. the power status LED color is red and all the other ones are white. 3.141 Table 7: 3GPP compliance The Enterprise Cell is CE certified and meets the basic requirements of the Directive R&TTE 1999/5/EC on telecommunications terminal equipment.005 3GPP TS 25.101.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.12 Environmental and Regulatory Specifications 3GPP release Compliant norms Release 6 3GPP TS 45. two LEDs provide status of each Ethernet port: first for connectivity and second for activity. i.

3GPP TS 25. This includes: EN 55022 class B/CISPR22 class B EN 55024 / CISPR 24 Electrostatic discharge immunity: EN 61000-4-2 ± 2kV and ± 4kV (contact discharge) ± 2kV . Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.2 Enterprise Cell access point An AC-DC power adaptor A quick start guide/user guide in English A desk and wall mounting kit An Ethernet cable of 2m The External-Antenna variant will be shipped with default specific antennas.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 18 / 22 . This includes EN 50383. EN 50385. ETSI EN 301 489-23.2 Enterprise Cell Items The standard content will be as follow: The V2. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Emission and immunity ETSI EN 301 489-1. ± 4kV and ± 8kV (air discharge) Radiated field immunity: EN 61000-4-3 Signal from 80 MHz to 2700 MHz with 1 kHz AM modulation depth 80%. level: 3V/m. ETSI EN 301 908-1.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 Safety/Health Safety standard: EN 60950-1. ETSI EN 301 908-3. Environment Compliant with directive 2002/95/EC RoHS6 Administrative measure on the control of pollution caused by electronic information products. Directive 2002/96/EC.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2. Health standard: 1999/519/EC “on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields (0 Hz to 300 GHz)”. 3.113. Surge and Electrical Fast Transient: The Enterprise Cell tolerates Electrical Fast Transients EN 61000-4-4 level 2 and Surges EN 61000-4-5 level 2.

0 Elevation = 0.0 Roll = 0.2110MHz Total Azimuth = 0.0 Elevation = 0.0 2 Y 0 Z X P o w er (d B m ) -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 -12 Total Azimuth = 180.1 Appendix A: Antenna Pattern for Internal Antenna .0 Roll = -90.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 19 / 22 .PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.0 Roll = -90.0 2 Z 0 X Y P o w er (d B m ) -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 -12 Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.2 2100MHZ FEBRUARY 2013 4 APPENDICES 4.0 Elevation = -90.0 2 X 0 Y Z P o w er (d B m ) -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 -12 Total Azimuth = 90.

1710MHz-2170MHz Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 20 / 22 .2 2100MHZ 4.2 FEBRUARY 2013 Appendix B: Antenna Pattern for External Antenna .

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.2 21000MHz WCDMA Personalisation and Option Selection Guide Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01. Feature Planning Guide BCR 2. please refer to: [1] UMT/SYS/INF/023452: Base Station Router Femto. Feature Planning Guide BCR 2.1 [2] UMT/SYS/INF/025597: Base Station Router Femto.2 [3] BCR/SYS/INF/030989: Alcatel-Lucent 9360 Small Cell solution BCR 2.3 FEBRUARY 2013 Appendix C: Related Reading For more information.2 2100MHZ 4.4 release.Solution Description [6] UMT/OAM/INF/022831: Small Cell Management Solution .0 release.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 21 / 22 . Feature Planning Guide [5] BCR/SYS/INF/026827: 9360 Small Cells Solution .Customer Product Overview [7] BCR/IRC/APP/025735: Alcatel-Lucent 9360 Small Cell Network Reference Architecture [8] BCR/FBSR/INF/036750 V01/EN Alcatel-Lucent 9362 Enterprise Cell V2. Feature Planning Guide [4] BCR/SYS/INF/035520: Alcatel-Lucent 9360 Small Cell solution BCR 3.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT 9362 ENTERPRISE CELL V2.2 2100MHZ 4.18 / EN | Document Status: Standard Alcatel-Lucent – Proprietary See Notice on Page 2 22 / 22 .4 FEBRUARY 2013 Appendix D: Acronyms A-M I-Z AC Alternating Current IMT ACLR Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio International Mobile Telecommunications IRAT Inter-Radio Access Technology 3G 3rd Generation LED Light-Emitting Diode 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project MDI Medium Dependent Interface BCCH Broadcast Control Channel MHz Megahertz BCR Base Station Cluster Release MSC Mobile Switching Centre BSG BSR Signalling Gateway MTBF Mean Time Between Failures BSR Base Station Router OAM Operations. Administration and Maintenance CE European Community PS Packet Switched CS Circuit Switched PoE Power Over Ethernet DC Direct Current QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation DCS Digital Cellular System QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying DL Downlink Rx Receiver ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute RoHS Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive EVM Error Vector Magnitude RNC Radio Network Controller GSM Global System for Mobile Communications SCMS Small Cell Management System HSDPA High Speed Downlink Packet Access SGSN Serving GPRS Support Node UE User Equipment HSUPA High Speed Uplink Packet Access UL Uplink IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System IP Internet Protocol W-CDMA IP-PBX Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange Wideband Code Division Multiple Access WEEE Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive Document Number: BCR/FBSR/INF/035844 | Document Issue: 01.