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3900 Series Base Station Product Documentation
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Date: 2016-08-25

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Baseband Specifications
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1 Baseband Specifications

1 Baseband Specifications
This section describes the baseband specifications of a 3900 series base station.

GSM Baseband Specifications
The following table lists the number of carriers supported by UBBP boards working in GSM mode.

Table 1 Carrier specifications
Board Number of 2R Carriers Number of 4R Carriers

UBBPd1, UBBPd2, UBBPd3, or UBBPd4 24 12
UBBPd5 36 18
UBBPd6 48 24

NodeB Baseband Specifications
The WBBP is classified into four types, as listed in Table 2.

NOTE:
The baseband processing board in slot 2 or 3 in a BBU3900 can transfer received CPRI data to other boards.

Table 2 Specifications of the WBBP
Board Number of Cellsa Number of UL CEs Number of DL CEs Number of Number of Number of HSUPA
HSDPA Codesb HSDPA UEs UEs

WBBPa 3 128 256 3x15 96 60
WBBPb1 3 64 64 3x15 64 64
WBBPb2 3 128 128 3x15 128 96
WBBPb3 6 256 256 6x15 144 96
WBBPb4 6 384 384 6x15 144 96
WBBPd1 6 192 192 6x15 128 96
WBBPd2 6 384 384 6x15 144 144
WBBPd3 6 256 256 6x15 144 96

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4 MHz. an LBBPc. b: The number of HSDPA codes supported by a WBBPd1 is 6x15. or 2R and 4R cells. an LBBPd3 supports the maximum configuration of 3x20 MHz 2T2R. or 20 3x20 MHz 1T1R MHz 3x20 MHz 1T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R LBBPd2 3 1.HEEX Startpage Page 2 of 10 WBBPf1 6 192 256 6x15 144 144 WBBPf2 6 256 384 6x15 192 192 WBBPf3 6 384 512 6x15 256 256 WBBPf4 6 512 768 6x15 384 384 a: indicates the number of 1T2R cells. 15 MHz.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . The following table lists the specifications of cells supported by LBBP boards working in LTE TDD mode. an LBBPd2 supports a hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R cells. 3 MHz. 10 MHz.4 MHz. LBBPd1. 5 MHz. 3 MHz.85 mi). 10 MHz. In a hybrid configuration. Table 5 Cell specifications of an LBBP Board Number of Cells Cell Bandwidth (MHz) Antenna Configuration http://localhost:7890/printtopics. and therefore the number of cells supported by a baseband processing board varies depending on cell types. or 20 6x20 MHz 1T1R MHz 6x20 MHz 1T2R 6x20 MHz 2T2Ra a: When a CPRI fiber optic cable is between 20 km (12. For details. 5 MHz. or 2R and 4R cells. 3 MHz. 15 MHz. The quantity of baseband resources consumed by cells varies depending on cell types. The following table lists the baseband specifications of a UBBP working in UMTS mode. the total number of cells cannot exceed the number of 2R cells supported by a board.43 mi) and 40 km (24.4 MHz.  In LTE FDD mode. or LBBPd3 does not support a hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R cells. a maximum of three cells are supported. Table 4 Specifications of cells supported by LBBP boards working in LTE FDD mode Board Number of Cells Cell Bandwidth Antenna Configuration LBBPc 3 1.  In LTE FDD mode. Table 3 Baseband specifications Board Number of Cellsa Number of Uplink Number of Number of Number of Number of HSUPA CEs Downlink CEs HSDPA Codes HSDPA UEs UEs UBBPd1 6 384 512 6x15 288 288 UBBPd2 6 512 768 6x15 384 384 UBBPd3 6 384 512 6x15 288 288 UBBPd4 6 512 768 6x15 384 384 UBBPd5 6 768 768 6x15 512 512 UBBPd6 12 1024 1024 12x15 768 768 eNodeB Baseband Specifications (Number of Cells Supported) The following table lists the specifications of cells supported by LBBP boards working in LTE FDD mode. 5 MHz. In a hybrid configuration. NOTE:  1R and 2R cells can be configured together in any form. 15 MHz. 10 MHz. or 20 3x20 MHz 1T1R MHz 3x20 MHz 1T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R LBBPd1 3 1. see chapter "Consumption Principles of Baseband Resources" in NodeB Baseband Resource Management Feature Parameter Description by choosing 3900 Series Base Station Product Documentation > Description > Function Description. in which 6 is the number of cells and 15 is the number of HSDPA codes supported by each cell. 15 MHz. or 20 3x20 MHz 1T1R MHz 3x20 MHz 1T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 2T4R 3x20 MHz 4T4R LBBPd3 6 1. 10 MHz. 3 MHz.4 MHz. 5 MHz.

or 2R and 4R cells.0 (V100R009C00SPC210) or later. In a hybrid configuration. 6x20 MHz 1T1R 15 MHz. or 20 MHz 3x20 MHz 1T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R UBBPd4 3 1. 5 MHz.4 MHz. a UBBPd6 supports a hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R cells. 3 MHz. Table 7 Cell specifications of a UBBP Board Number of Cells Cell Bandwidth (MHz) Antenna Configuration UBBPd4 3 5/10/15/20 3x20 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 4T4R UBBPd6 6 5/10/15/20 6x20 MHz 2T2R 6x20 MHz 4T4R 3 10/15/20 3x20 MHz 8T8R UBBPd9 3 10/15/20 3x20 MHz 8T8R eNodeB Baseband Specifications (Maximum Number of UEs in RRC_Connected Mode) The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB FDD cell. a maximum of three cells are supported. or 20 MHz 6x20 MHz 1T2R 6x20 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 4T4R UBBPd6 6 1. In a hybrid configuration. 5 MHz.4 MHz 168  LBBPc: 56  LBBPd: 100 http://localhost:7890/printtopics.HEEX Startpage Page 3 of 10 LBBPc 3 5/10/20 1x20 MHz 4T4R 3x10 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R 3x10 MHz 4T4R LBBPd2 3 5/10/15/20 3x20 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 4T4R LBBPd4 3 10/20 3x20 MHz 8T8R The following table lists the number of cells supported by a UBBP working in LTE FDD mode. 5 MHz. 3 MHz. 3x20 MHz 1T1R 15 MHz.4 MHz.4 MHz. a UBBPd5 supports a hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R cells. 3x20 MHz 1T1R 15 MHz. or 2R and 4R cells. The following table lists the number of cells supported by a UBBP working in LTE TDD mode. 10 MHz.  In SRAN9. 3 MHz. or 2R and 4R cells. In a hybrid configuration. or 20 MHz 6x20 MHz 1T2R 6x20 MHz 2T2R 6x20 MHz 2T4R 6x20 MHz 4T4R NOTE:  1R and 2R cells can be configured together in any form. 10 MHz. Table 8 Maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB FDD cell Cell Bandwidth Maximum Number of UEs in RRC_Connected Maximum Number of Uplink Synchronized Mode per Cell UEs 1.  In SRAN9. the total number of cells cannot exceed the number of 2R cells supported by a board.0 (V100R009C00SPC210) or later. 10 MHz. 5 MHz. or 20 MHz 3x20 MHz 1T2R 3x20 MHz 2T2R 3x20 MHz 2T4R 3x20 MHz 4T4R UBBPd5 6 1. Table 6 Specifications of cells Board Number of Cells Cell Bandwidth Antenna Configuration UBBPd3 3 1.  A UBBPd4 does not support a hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R cells. 10 MHz. a maximum of three 1R or 2R cells and three 4R cells are supported. 3 MHz.4 MHz.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . 6x20 MHz 1T1R 15 MHz.

or 10800 10800 1100 1100 UMPTa6 UMPTb1 or UMPTb2 10800 10800 1500 1500 The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the LBBP board working in LTE FDD mode. UMPTa2. or 3600 1200(1) 600 600 20 MHz LBBPd3 1.4 MHz 504 168 300 168 3 MHz 1080 360 300 300 5 MHz. 15 3600 1200(1) 700 700 MHz. Table 10 Maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the main control board Board Datacard Traffic Model Smartphone Traffic Model Maximum Number of UEs Maximum Number of Maximum Number of UEs Maximum Number of in RRC Connected Mode Uplink Synchronized UEs in RRC Connected Mode Uplink Synchronized UEs LMPT 5400 5400 900 900 UMPTa1. or 20 MHz http://localhost:7890/printtopics. 15 1800 600 300 300 MHz. or 20 MHz LBBPd1 or 1.4 MHz 504 300 504 300 LBBPd2 3 MHz 1080 1080 600 600 5 MHz 1800 1200(1) 600 600 10 MHz. 10 MHz. 10 MHz.4 MHz 1008 600 700 600 3 MHz 2160 1200(1) 700 700 5 MHz.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . Table 9 Maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB TDD cell Cell Bandwidth Maximum Number of UEs in RRC_Connected Mode per Cell 5 MHz 600 10 MHz 1200 15 MHz 1200 20 MHz 1200 The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the main control board working in LTE FDD mode.HEEX Startpage Page 4 of 10  UBBPd: 168 3 MHz 360  LBBPc: 120  LBBPd/UBBPd: 360 5 MHz 600  LBBPc: 200  LBBPd/UBBPd: 600 10 MHz 1200  LBBPc: 400  LBBPd/UBBPd: 1200 15 MHz 1200  LBBPc: 400  LBBPd/UBBPd: 1200 20 MHz 1200  LBBPc: 400  LBBPd/UBBPd: 1200 The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB TDD cell. 15 MHz. Table 11 Maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the LBBP board Board Cell Bandwidth Datacard Traffic Model Smartphone Traffic Model Maximum Number of Maximum Number of Maximum Number of Maximum Number of UEs in RRC Connected Uplink Synchronized UEs in RRC Connected Uplink Synchronized Mode UEs Mode UEs LBBPc 1.

or 20 MHz 3600 The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the UBBP board working in LTE FDD mode. or 20 MHz 3600 LBBPd4 5 MHz 1800 10 MHz.HEEX Startpage Page 5 of 10 NOTE: (1): During the configuration of the MaxSyncUserNumPerBbi parameter. The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB TDD when the typical board combination is used. However.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . Table 12 Maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the LBBP board Board Cell Bandwidth Maximum Number of UEs in RRC Connected Mode LBBPc 5 MHz or 10 MHz 1800 20 MHz 1800(2R)/1200(4R) LBBPd2 5 MHz 1800 10 MHz. the maximum number of uplink synchronized UEs supported by an LBBPd1. http://localhost:7890/printtopics. or 20 MHz 3600 The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode when an eNodeB FDD uses the typical board combination and the datacard traffic model. 10 MHz.4 MHz 1008 1008 1008 1008 3 MHz 2160 2160 1800 1800 5 MHz. Table 15 Maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB FDD Board Combination Maximum Number of UEs in RRC_Connected Maximum Number of Uplink Synchronized Mode UEs 1 UMPT + 3 LBBPc 5400 1800 1 UMPT + 5 LBBPd3 10800 10800 1 UMPT + 5 UBBPd5 10800 10800 NOTE: Specifications in the preceding table are provided based on the assumption that the cell bandwidth is 20 MHz. or LBBPd3 board can reach 3600 in the datacard traffic model. 15 MHz. 15 MHz. 15 MHz.4 MHz 504 504 504 504 3 MHz 1080 1080 1080 1080 5 MHz 1800 1800 1400 1400 10 MHz. or 3600 3600 1400 1400 20 MHz UBBPd5 or UBBPd6 1. Table 13 Maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the UBBP board Board Cell Bandwidth Datacard Traffic Model Smartphone Traffic Model Maximum Number of Maximum Number of Maximum Number of Maximum Number of UEs in RRC Uplink Synchronized UEs in RRC Uplink Synchronized Connected Mode UEs Connected Mode UEs UBBPd3 or UBBPd4 1. 15 3600 3600 1800 1800 MHz. or 20 MHz 3600 UBBPd9 10 MHz. 15 MHz. Table 14 Maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the UBBP board Board Cell Bandwidth Maximum Number of UEs in RRC Connected Mode UBBPd4 or UBBPd6 5 MHz 1800 10 MHz. LBBPd2. 15 MHz. user experience and system performance will deteriorate. or 20 MHz The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the UBBP board working in LTE TDD mode. The following table lists the maximum number of UEs in RRC Connected mode supported by the LBBP board working in LTE TDD mode.

16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 6. eNodeB Baseband Specifications (Maximum Throughput) The following table lists the maximum uplink and downlink cell and user throughput supported by an eNodeB FDD. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 27 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO.7 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 55 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO. 16QAM) Maximum throughput per user 1.2 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO. 16QAM) 10 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 73 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM) 20 MHz http://localhost:7890/printtopics. The maximum number of DRBs supported by an eNodeB is 32. 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 6. 64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 3.4 MHz  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 8.2 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO.4 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 8.4 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 8 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 3. 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 81 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO. 16QAM) 15 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 110 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO.4 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO. 64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 13 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO. 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 27 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 16 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 55 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO. 16QAM) 5 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 36 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 110 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO. 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 55 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO. 16QAM) 10 MHz  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 73 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM) 3 MHz  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 22 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 27 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO. 64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 40 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO.400. 16QAM) 20 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 150 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 27 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO. 64QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 16 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MU-MIMO.HEEX Startpage Page 6 of 10 Table 16 Maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported by an eNodeB TDD Board Combination Maximum Number of UEs in RRC_Connected Mode 1 UMPT + 3 LBBPc 5400 1 UMPT + 6 LBBPd2 10800 eNodeB Baseband Specifications (Maximum Number of DRBs Supported) The maximum number of data radio bearers (DRBs) per user is eight. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 81 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO. The maximum number of DRBs supported by an LMPT/LBBP/UBBP/UMPT is three times the maximum number of UEs in RRC_Connected mode supported. 64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 8 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 13 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO.7 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. Table 17 Maximum uplink and downlink cell and user throughput supported by an eNodeB FDD Item Cell Bandwidth Specifications Maximum throughput per cell 1. 16QAM) 3 MHz  DL cell MAC layer throughput: 22 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 110 Mbit/s (at 2x4 MU-MIMO. 16QAM) 15 MHz  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 110 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM) 5 MHz  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 36 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO. 16QAM)  UL cell MAC layer throughput: 40 Mbit/s (at 1x4 SIMO.

64QAM)  Single user UL MAC layer throughput: 51 Mbit/s (at 1x2 SIMO/1x4 SIMO. Table 18 Maximum uplink and downlink cell and user throughput supported by an eNodeB TDD Item Cell Transmit and Subframe Ratio Multi-Antenna Technique Specifications Bandwidth Receive Mode 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 20 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 110 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 9 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s 20 MHz SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 20 Mbit/s 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 30 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 110 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 9 Mbit/s 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 14 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 58 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 15 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 7 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 58 Mbit/s 15 MHz SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 15 Mbit/s 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 30 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s Maximum throughput per SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 7 Mbit/s cell (MAC Layer. Cat3) 2x2 DL (MIMO) 40 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 52 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 40 Mbit/s 10 MHz SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 19 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 52 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 8 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 18 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 25 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 2 Mbit/s 5 MHz 2x2 DL (MIMO) 18 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 10 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 25 Mbit/s http://localhost:7890/printtopics. 16QAM) The following table lists the maximum uplink and downlink cell and user throughput supported by an eNodeB TDD. DL 64QAM. UL 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 15 Mbit/s 16QAM.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 .HEEX Startpage Page 7 of 10  Single user DL MAC layer throughput: 150 Mbit/s (at 2x2 MIMO.

respectively. GL. UL 2x2 DL (MIMO) 40 Mbit/s 16QAM. and GUL co-BBP scenarios. UL. the baseband signals of multiple modes are processed by one baseband processing board.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 . NOTE: In GL. DL 64QAM.HEEX Startpage Page 8 of 10 1x4 UL (SIMO) 2 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 2x4 UL (VMIMO) 5 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 60 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 20 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 20MHz 2x2 DL (MIMO) 60 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 20 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 58 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 15 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 7 Mbit/s 15MHz 2x2 DL (MIMO) 58 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 15 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 80 Mbit/s Maximum SA2 (3:1) throughput per 1x4 UL (SIMO) 7 Mbit/s user (MAC Layer. or 2R and 4R LTE FDD cells. or GUL co-BBP scenarios. The following tables provide the baseband specifications in GU. baseband specifications of GL co-BBP refer to the maximum baseband specifications of a baseband processing board when it processes GSM and LTE FDD baseband signals at the same time. Co-BBP baseband specifications described here refer to the maximum baseband specifications of a baseband processing board when it processes baseband signals of multiple modes at the same time. Cat3) SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 52 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 10MHz 2x2 DL (MIMO) 40 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 10 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 52 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 5 Mbit/s 2x2 DL (MIMO) 18 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 4 Mbit/s 2T2R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 25 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x2 UL (SIMO) 2 Mbit/s 5MHz 2x2 DL (MIMO) 18 Mbit/s SA1 (2:2) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 4 Mbit/s 4T4R 2x2 DL (MIMO) 25 Mbit/s SA2 (3:1) 1x4 UL (SIMO) 2 Mbit/s Baseband Specifications of a Multimode Base Station In co-BBP scenarios. the UBBPd board does not support hybrid configuration of 1R and 4R LTE FDD cells. UL. For example. Table 19 Baseband specifications of GU co-BBP Board Type GSM TRX Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of UMTS Cells UMTS UL CEs UMTS DL CEs UMTS HSDPA UMTS HSDPA UMTS HSUPA http://localhost:7890/printtopics.

4  Downlink: cells.4 MHz  Downlink: 225 1.4 MHz  504 with 1.4 MHz  Downlink: 600 with 1. with  504 with 1.4/3/5/10 MHz bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: 112. with  504 with 1.4 MHz  Downlink: 220 1.4/3/5/10 MHz bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: 112.5 bandwidth)  1080 with 3 MHz  600 with 3/5/10 bandwidth MHz bandwidth  1800 with 5 MHz bandwidth  3600 with 10 MHz bandwidth UBBPd5 18 3 (2 R or 4 R cells.4 MHz  504 with 1.4/3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: 225 MHz bandwidth)  1080 with 3 MHz  800 with bandwidth 3/5/10/15/20 MHz  1800 with 5 MHz bandwidth bandwidth  3600 with 10/15/20 MHz bandwidth UBBPd6 24 3 (2 R or 4 R cells.4/3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: 225 MHz bandwidth)  1080 with 3 MHz  800 with bandwidth 3/5/10/15/20 MHz  1800 with 5 MHz bandwidth bandwidth  3600 with 10/15/20 MHz bandwidth Table 21 Baseband specifications of UL co-BBP Board Number Number Number Number Number Number Maximum Maximum Maximum LTE FDD Type of UMTS of UMTS of UMTS of UMTS of UMTS of UMTS Number of LTE Number of LTE Number of LTE Maximum Cells UL CEs DL CEs HSDPA HSDPA HSUPA FDD Cells FDD UEs in FDD UEs in Throughput Codes UEs UEs RRC_Connected RRC_Connected (Mbit/s) Mode (Datacard Mode Traffic Model) (Smartphone Traffic Model) UBBPd6 6 512 768 6x15 384 384 3 (2 R or 4 R  504 with 1.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 .HEEX Startpage Page 9 of 10 Codes UEs UEs UBBPd1 12 6 192 256 6x15 144 144 UBBPd2 12 6 256 384 6x15 192 192 UBBPd3 12 6 192 256 6x15 144 144 UBBPd4 12 6 256 384 6x15 192 192 UBBPd5 18 6 384 512 6x15 288 288 UBBPd6 24 6 512 768 6x15 384 384 Table 20 Baseband specifications of GL co-BBP Board Type GSM TRX Maximum Number of Maximum Number of Maximum Number of LTE FDD Maximum LTE FDD Cells LTE FDD UEs in LTE FDD UEs in Throughput (Mbit/s) RRC_Connected Mode RRC_Connected Mode (Datacard Traffic (Smartphone Traffic Model) Model) UBBPd3 12 3 (2 R cells.  504 with 1.  504 with 1.4  504 with 1.4 MHz  Downlink: 600 with 1.5 bandwidth)  1080 with 3 MHz  600 with 3/5/10 bandwidth MHz bandwidth  1800 with 5 MHz bandwidth  3600 with 10 MHz bandwidth UBBPd4 12 3 (2 R cells. with MHz MHz 600 1.4 MHz  504 with 1.4 MHz  504 with 1.4/3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: MHz  1080 with 3  800 with 225 bandwidth) MHz 3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth MHz  1800 with 5 bandwidth MHz bandwidth http://localhost:7890/printtopics.

HEEX Startpage Page 10 of 10  3600 with 10/15/20 MHz bandwidth Table 22 Baseband specifications of GUL co-BBP Board GSM Number Number Number Number Number Number Maximum Maximum Maximum LTE FDD Type TRX of of of of of of Number of LTE Number of LTE Number of LTE Maximum UMTS UMTS UMTS UMTS UMTS UMTS FDD Cells FDD UEs in FDD UEs in Throughput Cells UL CEs DL CEs HSDPA HSDPA HSUPA RRC_Connected RRC_Connected (Mbit/s) Codes UEs UEs Mode (Datacard Mode Traffic Model) (Smartphone Traffic Model) UBBPd6 12 6 256 384 6x15 192 192 3 (2 R or 4 R  504 with 1. with MHz MHz 600 1.html?time=Fri Dec 2 15:46:20 UTC+0700 2016 12/2/2016 .4  504 with 1.4/3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth bandwidth  Uplink: MHz  1080 with 3  800 with 225 bandwidth) MHz 3/5/10/15/20 bandwidth MHz  1800 with 5 bandwidth MHz bandwidth  3600 with 10/15/20 MHz bandwidth Parent topic: Technical Specifications of the BBU http://localhost:7890/printtopics.4  Downlink: cells.