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Alcatel-Lucent
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Site Preparation
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Purpose ............................................................................................................................................................................................. xi
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Reason for reissue ........................................................................................................................................................................ xi


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Intended audience ......................................................................................................................................................................... xi


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Supported systems ...................................................................................................................................................................... xii


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How to use this document ........................................................................................................................................................ xii


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Safety information ...................................................................................................................................................................... xii


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Prerequisites .................................................................................................................................................................................. xii


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Conventions used ........................................................................................................................................................................ xii


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Related information ................................................................................................................................................................... xiv


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Document support ....................................................................................................................................................................... xv


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Technical support ....................................................................................................................................................................... xvi


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How to order ................................................................................................................................................................................ xvi


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How to comment ........................................................................................................................................................................ xvi


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1 Safety statements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1


1-1

Structure of safety statements ............................................................................................................................................... 1-2


1-2

Safety ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-4


1-4

Safety - specific hazards ......................................................................................................................................................... 1-5


1-5

Product safety ............................................................................................................................................................................. 1-9


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2 Product overview

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1


2-1

Functional description ............................................................................................................................................................. 2-2


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Physical description ................................................................................................................................................................. 2-5
2-5

Equipment ................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-15


2-15

Mounting locations ................................................................................................................................................................ 2-17


2-17

3 Site configurations

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1


3-1

RF configurations ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2


3-2

CPRI configurations ................................................................................................................................................................ 3-3


3-3

4 Site requirements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1


4-1

Environmental requirements ................................................................................................................................................. 4-2


4-2

General site requirements ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-3


4-3

RRH clearances ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4


4-4

Site requirements for pole mount installations ............................................................................................................... 4-5


4-5

Site requirements for wall mount installations ............................................................................................................ 4-11


4-11

Site requirements for floor stand installations ............................................................................................................. 4-15


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5 Electrical power requirements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1


5-1

Power requirements ................................................................................................................................................................ 5-2


5-2

Power consumption .................................................................................................................................................................. 5-3


5-3

DC requirements ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5-4


5-4

Junction box assembly (optional) ....................................................................................................................................... 5-6


5-6

Power distribution system (optional) ................................................................................................................................. 5-7


5-7

DC Power Distribution Box (P/N 2800154) ................................................................................................................... 5-8


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6 Antenna requirements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1


6-1

Antenna requirements ............................................................................................................................................................. 6-2


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Surge protection requirements ............................................................................................................................................. 6-3
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General antenna cable requirements .................................................................................................................................. 6-4


6-4

7 Grounding and lightning protection requirements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 7-1


7-1

Grounding and surge protection requirements ............................................................................................................... 7-2


7-2

Outdoor grounding system .................................................................................................................................................... 7-4


7-4

RRH grounding ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7-7


7-7

8 User alarm, and fiber optic requirements

Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-1


8-1

General facilities requirements ............................................................................................................................................ 8-2


8-2

Facilities requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 8-3


8-3

User alarm requirements ........................................................................................................................................................ 8-7


8-7

Fiber optic requirements ......................................................................................................................................................... 8-9


8-9

EMI Suppression Ferrite requirements on 1900 MHz Indoor only ...................................................................... 8-11
8-11

A Site preparation checklists

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... A-1


A-1

SP-1 Site preparation general checklist ........................................................................................................................... A-3


A-3

SP-2 Site preparation power source checklist ............................................................................................................... A-4


A-4

SP-3 Site preparation grounding checklist ..................................................................................................................... A-5


A-5

SP-4 Site preparation RF antenna checklist ................................................................................................................... A-7


A-7

SP-5 Site preparation GPS antenna checklist (if applicable) ................................................................................... A-9
A-9

SP-6 Site preparation punch list sheet ........................................................................................................................... A-11


A-11

SP-6A Site preparation punchlist sheet ......................................................................................................................... A-12


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B Site information

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... B-1


B-1

CSC-1 Cell site configuration information ..................................................................................................................... B-2


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C Electrical power requirements for -48 VDC power systems

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... C-1


C-1

Power requirements (general) .............................................................................................................................................. C-2


C-2

Power system requirements .................................................................................................................................................. C-4


C-4

DC Power requirements ......................................................................................................................................................... C-6


C-6

RRH power requirements ................................................................................................................................................... C-12


C-12

D Fiber testing and certification

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... D-1


D-1

Fiber testing and certification .............................................................................................................................................. D-2


D-2

E Product conformance statements

Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................... E-1


E-1

European regulatory requirement compliance ............................................................................................................... E-2


E-2

Americas Region regulatory requirement compliance ............................................................................................... E-4


E-4

Federal Communications Commission ............................................................................................................................ E-5


E-5

Compliances for other regions/countries ......................................................................................................................... E-7


E-7

Operating conditions ............................................................................................................................................................... E-8


E-8

Cable specifications ................................................................................................................................................................. E-9


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Product labeling ...................................................................................................................................................................... E-10


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Glossary

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4-1 RRH 2X60-850 + Pole D= 152 - 380 mm ........................................................................................................ 4-7

4-2 RRH 2X60-1900 or RRH 2X60-2100 + Pole D= 152 - 380 mm ............................................................ 4-8

4-3 RRH 2X60-850 + Pole D= 52 -152 mm ........................................................................................................... 4-9

4-4 RRH 2X60-1900 or RRH 2X60-2100 + Pole D= 52 -152 mm .............................................................. 4-10

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About this document

Purpose
This document covers the basic site preparation guidelines to plan the site installation of
the following Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio Heads (RRH):
RRH 2X60W-850 MHz
RRH 2X60W-1900 MHz
RRH 2X60W-2100 MHz
RRH 2X60W-2100A MHz
Specific tasks are outlined that should be completed at the job site before an installation
can begin.

Reason for reissue


The reissue history for issue 1.02 is shown in the following table:

Table 1 Issue 1.02, April 2013, Reason for reissue

Location Change
LR13.1
FRS 158406: RRH 2X60 2100A (2T4R, 4 antennas)

The reissue history for issue 1.01 is shown in the following table:

Table 2 Issue 1.01, April 2013, Reason for reissue

Location Change
First issue as release-independent document.
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Intended audience
The audience for this document is Site Preparation personnel.

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Supported systems
This release-independent document applies to all Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA system
releases.
It applies to the GM dedicated products and configuration WCDMA with 9326 d2U v2,
9926 d2U v3 (BBU) or 9926 d4U iBTS.

How to use this document


Start with the first chapter and work through the manual to the end. Once you have done
this, you will have carried out the site preparation completely and in the proper sequence.

Safety information
For your safety, this document contains safety statements. Safety statements are given at
points where risks of damage to personnel, equipment, and operation may exist. Failure to
follow the directions in a safety statement may result in serious consequences.

Prerequisites
None

Conventions used
Vocabulary conventions
The following conventions are used in this document:
Illustrations
The illustrations shown in this document are schematics. They do not contain all
details and exceptions, but are rather intended to highlight main points. Dimensions
are shown in millimeters with inches in parenthesis. As an example, 680.0 (26.77)
equals 680 millimeters or 26.77 inches. Tolerances shall be held to 1.52 (.06) and are
not cumulative.
Standard cross-sections and wire diameter of round copper conductors
The following table is from CEI/IEC 60947-1:2004, Table 1, Standard cross-sections of
round copper conductors and approximate relationship between mm 2 and AWG/ kcmil
sizes for reference. Additional wire sizes are included in this information product as
appropriate for the topic.

AWG/ kcmil size Equivalent Metrics (mm2 ) Nearest Standart Metric


Size (mm 2 )
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24 0.205 0.2
22 0.324 0.35
20 0.519 0.5

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AWG/ kcmil size Equivalent Metrics (mm2 ) Nearest Standart Metric


Size (mm 2 )
18 0.823 1
16 0.31 1.5
14 2.08 2.5
12 3.31 4
10 5.26 6
8 8.37 10
6 13.3 16
4 21.15 25
2 33.62 35
0 (1/0) 53.49 50
00 (2/0) 67.43 70
000 (3/0) 85.01 95
0000 (4/0) 107.22 120

Naming conventions
The Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio Head 2X60W - 850, 1900, 2100, 2100A MHz at
times will be referred to as:
The RRH
The RRH 2X60W
The RRH 2X60-850
The RRH 2X60-1900
The RRH 2X60-2100
The RRH 2X60-2100A
The BBU will mean d2U or d4U.
Typographical conventions
The following typographical conventions are used in this document:

Appearance Description
italicized text File and directory names
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Emphasized information
Document reference, reference number Related document that is referenced in the
document

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Related information
For information on subjects related to the content of this document, refer to the
documents listed in the following table:

Refer to this document At this location For more information on


RRH2X60-XX Model Offer http://support.alcatel-lucent. RRH2x60-xx
Provisioning Guide, com.
UMT/PFO/APP/032664
Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA http://support.alcatel-lucent. Safety guidelines and the
System - Safety Guide, com. catalog of hazard statements
9YZ-04088-0007-TQZZA, that appear in the
Alcatel-Lucent UMTS
customer documents.
RRH Product Engineering http://support.alcatel-lucent. RRH configurations
Information , com.
UMT/IRC/APP/020716
Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio http://support.alcatel-lucent. RRH maintenance
Head 2X60 W - 850, 1900, com.
2100 MHz - Maintenance
Guide, 3MN-00488-0004-
REZZA
Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio http://support.alcatel-lucent. RRH installation
Head 2X60 W - 850, 1900 com.
MHz - Hardware Installation,
3MN-00488-0002 RJZZA
Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital http://support.alcatel-lucent. d2U technical description
2U Node B V2 - Technical com.
Description,
3MN-00482-0003-DEZZA
Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital http://support.alcatel-lucent. d2U maintenance
2U Node B V2 - Maintenance com.
Guide, 3MN-00482-0004-
REZZA
Alcatel-Lucent 9926 Base http://support.alcatel-lucent. BBU Maintenance procedures
Band Unit Node B for com.
W-CDMA - Technical
Description,
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Refer to this document At this location For more information on


Alcatel-Lucent 9926 Base http://support.alcatel-lucent. d2U Operation,
Band Unit Node B for com. administration and
W-CDMA - Maintenance maintenance
Guide, 3MN-01792-0002-
REZZA
Alcatel-Lucent 9353 Wireless http://support.alcatel-lucent. Fault management
Management System Fault com.
Management,
9YZ-04088-0010-ACZZA
Alcatel-Lucent FIMS-UT http://support.alcatel-lucent. FIMS-UT installation
Installation and com.
Configuration, 401-382-530
W-CDMA FIMS-UT Main http://support.alcatel-lucent. Main maintenance terminal
Maintenance Terminal Online com.
Help
W-CDMA Remote http://support.alcatel-lucent. Remote maintenance tool
Maintenance Tool Online com.
Help
W-CDMA Local Maintenance http://support.alcatel-lucent. Local maintenance terminal
Terminal Online Help com.
Standard for Installation of http://support.alcatel-lucent. Installation of lightning
Lightning Protection Systems, com. protection systems
NFPA
Recommended Practices on http://support.alcatel-lucent. Power
Surge Voltages in Low Voltage com.
AC Power Circuits, IEEE
C62.41 (Latest Edition)
Alcatel-Lucent Grounding http://support.alcatel-lucent. Guidelines for lightning
and Lightning Protection com. protection systems
Guidelines for Wireless
System Cell Sites,
401-200-115

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1-888-582-3688 (for the United States)
1-630-224-2485 (for all other countries)

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Technical support
For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the
Alcatel-Lucent Support web site (http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/support/) for contact
information.

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How to comment
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Overview
Purpose
This chapter covers safety precautions.

Contents

Structure of safety statements 1-2


Safety 1-4
Safety - specific hazards 1-5
Product safety 1-9

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Structure of safety statements


Overview
This topic describes the components of safety statements that appear in this document.

General structure
Safety statements include the following structural elements:

B C D
CAUTION

MP L E
Lifting hazard E F

SA
Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in injury
due to the size and weight of the equipment.
G
Always use three people or a lifting device to transport
and position this equipment. [ABC123]
H
Item Structure element Purpose
1 Safety alert symbol Indicates the potential for personal injury
(optional)
2 Safety symbol Indicates hazard type (optional)
3 Signal word Indicates the severity of the hazard
4 Hazard type Describes the source of the risk of damage or
injury
5 Safety message Consequences if protective measures fail
6 Avoidance message Protective measures to take to avoid the hazard
7 Identifier The reference ID of the safety statement
(optional)
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Signal words
The signal words identify the hazard severity levels as follows:

Signal word Meaning


DANGER Indicates an extremely hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE Indicates a hazardous situation not related to personal injury.

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Safety
General precautions for installation procedures

WARNING
Failure to observe these safety precautions may result in personal
injury or damage to equipment.
Read and understand all instructions.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product.
Installation and maintenance procedures must be followed and performed by
trained personnel only.
The equipment must be provided with a readily accessible disconnect device
as part of site preparation.
Grounding and circuit continuity is vital for safe operation of the equipment.
Never operate the equipment with grounding/bonding conductor
disconnected.
Install only equipment identified in the product's installation manual. Use of
other equipment may result in an improper connection which could lead to
fire or injury.
Use caution when installing or modifying telecommunications lines.
The product has multiple power inputs. Before servicing, Disconnect all
inputs to reduce the risk of energy hazards.
For continued protection against risk of fire, all fuses used in this product
must be replaced only with fuses of the same type and rating.
Never install telecommunications wiring during a lightning storm.
Never install telecommunications connections in wet locations.
Never touch uninsulated wiring or terminals carrying direct current or
ringing current, and never leave this wiring exposed. Protect and tape
uninsulated wiring and terminals to avoid risk of fire, electrical shock, and
injury to personnel.
Never spill liquids of any kind on the product.
To reduce the risk of an electrical shock, do not disassemble the product.
Opening and removing covers and/or circuit boards may expose you to
dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electrical
shock when the unit is subsequently used.
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DANGER
Electric-shock hazard
Working in severe weather can result in personal injury or death and damage to the
equipment.
Never install or perform maintenance during severe weather (high winds, lightning,
blizzards, hurricane etc.).

DANGER
Noxious-substance hazard
Use of unspecified cleaning agents can result in personal injury.
Use only specified cleaning agents. Never use flammable solvents.
Always ensure there is adequate ventilation in the work area and wear the appropriate
personal protective equipment.

DANGER
Laser hazard
This equipment operates with invisible laser radiation. Laser radiation can cause
considerable injuries to the eyes.
Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or into an open optical connector when the
optical source is switched on. Always observe the laser warning instructions.

WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
Some parts of all electrical installations are energized. Failure to observe this fact and
the safety warnings may lead to bodily injury and property damage.
For this reason, only trained and qualified personnel (electrical workers as defined in
IEC 60215 + A1 or EN 60215) may install or service the installation.
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WARNING
Electric-shock hazard
The power supply lines to the network element are energized. Contact with parts carrying
voltage can cause health problems, possibly including death, even hours after the event.
Open and lockout the load disconnect switch in the distribution box to completely
de-energize the network element.

WARNING
Laser hazard
The light from laser and high-radiance LED's may cause eye damage if absorbed by the
retina.
In the US consult ANSI Z136.2, in Europe consult IEC-60825 Safety of laser products, for
guidance on the safe use of optical fiber communication systems in the workplace.

NOTICE
ESD hazard
Semiconductor devices can be damaged by electrostatic discharges.
The following rules must be complied with when handling any module containing
semiconductor components:
Wear conductive or antistatic working clothes (for example, coat made of 100%
cotton).
Wear the grounded wrist strap.
Wear shoes with conductive soles on a conductive floor surface or conductive work
mat.
Leave the modules in their original packaging until ready for use.
Make sure there is no difference in potential between yourself, the workplace, and the
packaging before removing, unpacking, or packing a module.
Hold the module only by the grip without touching the connection pins, tracks, or
components.
Place modules removed from the equipment on a conductive surface.
Test or handle the module only with grounded tools on grounded equipment.
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NOTICE
Condensation
Sudden changes in the weather may lead to the formation of condensation on
components. Operating the unit when condensation moisture is present can destroy the
unit.
Units which show signs of condensation must be dried before installation.

CAUTION
Laceration hazard
The cabinet and the components within may have sharp edges and burrs and contact may
cause cuts and lacerations.
Beware of sharp edges and burrs, especially when working on areas inside the cabinet
difficult to access.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.

NOTICE
Tools
Tools left in the working area can cause short circuits during operation which can lead to
the destruction of units.
Make sure after finishing your work that no tools, testing equipment, flashlights, etc.,
have been left in or on the equipment.

NOTICE
Corrosive-substance hazard
Cleaning plastic containers and lids with abrasive and aggressive cleaning agents may
cause permanent damage.
Do not use solvents, paraffin, abrasive or aggressive cleaning fluids, abrasive or
aggressive antiseptic agents or abrasive or aggressive materials.
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NOTICE
Service-disruption hazard
Cleaning with water or a high-pressure cleaner will damage the components in the
cabinet.
The washing down of the equipment or cabinet with water or a high-pressure cleaner is
not permitted.

CAUTION
Lifting hazard
Lifting this equipment by yourself can result in injury due to the size and weight of the
equipment.
Always use at least two people or a lifting device to move or position this equipment.
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Product safety
Equipment safety
Safety information for this equipment can be found on various Caution, Warning, Danger,
information labels or instructions affixed to or included with the enclosure, its internal
assemblies or included within this document. Informational and cautionary labels may
appear near the item they address or may be grouped in a single location on the
equipment. Warnings are typically adjacent to the hazard that is noted on the label. The
instructions, cautions and warnings found on these labels must be understood and
observed by all personnel involved with the equipment installation and maintenance.

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Overview
Purpose
.
This chapter provides an overview of the Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio Heads:
RRH 2X60-850
RRH 2X60-1900
RRH 2X60-2100

Contents

Functional description 2-2


Physical description 2-5
Equipment 2-15
Mounting locations 2-17

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Functional description
General description
The Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio Head 2X60W product is the latest generation of
UMTS cell site equipment.

Product configurations
The standard configuration offers:
For the 9326 / 9926 d2U a maximum of six sectors per Base Band Unit (BBU)
For the 9926 d4U a maximum of twelve sectors per Base Band Unit (BBU)

Product capabilities
The product capabilities in this release are:
DC power supply variant: 48V ( 40V to 57V)
RF output power @ antenna port : 2X60W (47.8dBm) at antenna connector, shared
across transmitted carriers.
Operating radio frequency:
850 MHz for the RRH 2X60-850
Band V, 3GPP TS25.104
1900 MHz for the RRH 2X60-1900
Band II, 3GPP TS25.104
2100 MHz for the RRH 2X60-2100
Band I, 3GPP TS25.104
2100A MHz for the RRH 2X60-2100A
Band I, 3GPP TS25.104
Number of carriers: up to four adjacent carriers (20 MHz) per antenna is subjected to
digital unit and OAM software support.
One sector
Antennas:
2 antennas for the RRH 2X60-850, RRH 2X60-1900 and RRH 2X60-2100
4 antennas for the RRH 2X60-2100A
User alarms
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External user alarms


RRH 2X60-850 RRH 2X60-1900 RRH 2X60-2100 RRH 2X60-2100A
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Mounting standard configuration:
Pole
Wall
Floorstand
Front access installation and service
Bottom I/O panel access
Single or twin Antenna Line Device (ALD) compliant with AISG V2.0
Rx AIT
CPRI ports/Rates: 2 / HW ready 3,4,5

External view
This is a view of an RRH 2X60W with 2 antenna connections:

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This is a view of an RRH 2X60W with 4 antenna connections:
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Physical description
Overview
This topic covers RRH top and bottom descriptions, ancillary and grounding information.

Cable interfaces
On the RRH bulkhead the following cable interface points are found:
DC power
Fiber optic
User alarms
Antenna Line Device
Maintenance port (MAINT)
RF
Ground
The top of the RRH allows access for connecting RF cables.

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Bottom view of the RRH
Bottom view of the RRH 2X60W-850:
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Bottom view of the RRH 2X60W-1900:

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Bottom view of the RRH 2X60W-2100:

Bottom view of the RRH 2X60W-2100A:


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Top view of the RRH
Top view of the RRH 2X60W-850:

Top view of the RRH 2X60W-1900:

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Top view of the RRH 2X60W-2100:

Top view of the RRH 2X60W-2100A:


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RRH connectors
Description of the connectors present on the bulkhead:

Connector Function
TX1 / RX1 Transmit and receive antenna path
7/16 DIN coaxial female connector for the
connection with the antenna
TX2 / RX2 Transmit and receive antenna path
7/16 DIN coaxial female connector for the
connection with the antenna
RX3 Receive antenna path, for the RRH
RX4 2X60-2100A
7/16 DIN coaxial female connector for the
connection with the antenna
TX1 MON Tx monitoring port for each main Tx port, for
TX2 MON the RRH 2X60-2100A

GND Ground connection


ALD Antenna power and control
1 AISG (RS485) connector
8-pin Circular Din female connector
Support of RETA compatible with AISG 2.0.
CPRI _PRI CPRI optical port
Used to connect the RRH to the Node B
SFP, with waterproof Radiall flange connector
(which includes the protective metal cover)
CPRI _SEC CPRI optical port
Used to connect the RRH to the Node B or
another RRH
SFP, with waterproof Radiall flange connector
(which includes the protective metal cover)
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Connector Function
User Alarms (ALM 1-3, ALM 4-6 or ALM) 6 user alarms for both RRH 2X60-850 and
RRH 2X60-1900
Implemented with two 8-pin circular DIN
female connectors.
4 user alarms for both RRH 2X60-2100 and
RRH 2X60-2100A
Implemented with one 8-pin circular DIN
female connector.
DC Power 48 V DC
Up to 8 AWG
AUX Rx 2 AUX Rx ports (AUX_RX1, AUX_RX2),
located on the top of the RRH 2X60-850.
MAINT or LWT Maintenance port (MAINT) RJ45 connector
located on the bottom of the RRH 2X60-850
and 1900
Maintenance port (LWT) RJ45 connector
located on the bottom of the RRH 2X60-2100
and 2100A

Note: A reset button is located next to the MAINT port

Ancillary support of RRH 2X60-850,RRH 2X60-1900,RRH 2X60-2100 and RRH 2X60-2100A

RRH 2X60-xx ancillary


Item Quantity Comments
Power cable without 1 15m cable length (RRH
connector 2X60-850, 1900)
12 AWG (RRH 2X60-850 or
1900) power cable pair
Power cable pair: red and
black
Power cable with connector 1 15m cable length (RRH
2X60-2100 or 2100A)
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10 AWG (RRH 2X60-2100 or


2100A) power cable pair
Power cable pair: red and
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RRH 2X60-xx ancillary


Item Quantity Comments
Ground cable 1 16 m Length
Ground cable is mandatory
for the RRH installation.
Ground cable with a simple
lug
Grounding kit 1 Optional
Alarm cable 1 or 2 15 m or 30 m length. One
cable supports 3 user alarms
for the RRH 2X60-850 or
1900 or 4 user alarms for the
RRH 2X60-2100.or 2100A
Optional
Cable, alarm connectorized 4
pair
SFP optical transceiver One SFP per RRH 2X60W in Optical transceiver for
star configuration multi-mode, dual fiber
Two SFP per RRH 2X60W in Optical transceiver for
daisy chain configuration single-mode, single fiber
except on the last RRH Optical transceiver for
2X60W of the chain. single-mode, dual fiber
Optical cable Depends on configuration Several variants according to
site cabling
Optical fiber type
LC-LC Single-mode, dual
fiber
LC to LC Single Mode
Single fiber
LC to LC Multi Mode
Dual fiber
Optical connection: LC-LC
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RRH 2X60-xx ancillary


Item Quantity Comments
R2CT kit 1 Per optical connector used
Several variants according to
site cabling
This kit is used to waterproof
the optical connection. Its not
necessary if the RRH 2X60W
is installed indoor.
Optional
RF Jumpers 2, 4 Per sector
Mounting Kit 1 Wall mounting bracket Standard
Wall mounting is mandatory
per RRH 2X60W whatever
the mounting kit used.
2 Pole mounting bracket Weld mount
Small pole
1 Floor mounting bracket Standard
Optional

Ground location
See Bottom view of the RRH (p. 2-6) for the location of the ground connection.
The ground cable is connected to the RRH with an M6 screw and cable with a simple or
double lug.
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Equipment
Physical features
This topic covers the RRH weights and dimensions.

Weights and dimensions


The following table provides RRH weights and dimensions.

Features RRH RRH RRH RRH


2X60-850 2X60-1900 2X60-2100 2X60-2100A
Size with solar 480 x 292.5 x 510 x 285 x 183 510 x 285 x 179 510 x 285 x 192
shield 229.8 (20.07 x 11.22 x (20.07 x 11.22 x (20.07 x 11.22 x
HxWxD mm (18.89 x 11.51 x 7.20) 7.05) 7.55)
(in) 9.04) 26.6 26 28
Volume l 32.5

Weight with 22.72 19.5 18 19.4


solar shield (50.08) (42.99) (39.6) (42.77)
kg
(lb)
Size without 470 x 268 x 200 500 x 268 x 168 500 x 270 x 165 TBC
solar shield (18.5 x 10.55 x (19.68 x 10.55 x (19.69 x 10.63 x
HxWxD mm 7.87) 6.61) 6.50)
(in) 25.2 22.5 26
Volume l
Weight without 21.66 19 18 TBC
solar shield (47.75) (41.88) (39.6)
kg
(lb)

Miscellaneous hardware weights


The following table provides approximate weights for miscellaneous hardware.

Item Weight kg (lb.)


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Wall bracket (RRH) 4.1 (9)


Pole brackets (2) (standard) 2.73 (6)
Pole Bands (2) 1.8 (4)

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Pole Bracket (Low Profile) 1.8 (4)
Floorstand (RRH) 11 (24.2)
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Mounting locations
Mounting configurations
The RRH 2x60W can be mounted in three standard configurations:
Pole-mounted (using either pole bands or small pole bracket)
Wall-mounted
Floorstand-mounted.

Pole mounting of RRH2X60-850 [Pole Dia: 52-152 mm, (2.04-5.98 in)]


The following diagram shows the view of small pole bracket assembled with wall mount
bracket and RRH2X60-850.

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Pole mounting of RRH2X60-850 [Pole Dia: 152-380 mm, (5.98-14.96 in)]
The following diagram shows the view of standard weldment assembled with pole band,
wall mount bracket and RRH2X60-850.

Pole mounting of RRH 2X60-1900, RRH 2X60-2100 or RRH 2X60-2100A [Pole Dia: 52-152 mm,
(2.04-5.98 in)]
The following diagram shows the view of small pole bracket assembled with wall mount
bracket and RRH 2X60-1900, RRH 2X60-2100 or RRH 2X60-2100A.
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Pole mounting of RRH 2X60-1900, RRH 2X60-2100 or RRH 2X60-2100A [Pole Dia: 152-380 mm,
(5.98-14.96 in)]
The following diagram shows the view of standard weldment assembled with pole band,
wall mount bracket and RRH 2X60-1900, RRH 2X60-2100 or RRH 2X60-2100A.

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Wall mounting
The following diagram shows an example of RRH 2X60W mounted to a wall:
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Floor stand
The following diagram shows a floor stand mounted RRH 2X60W:
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This chapter provides information about the RRH 2X60W radio and CPRI configurations.

Contents

RF configurations 3-2
CPRI configurations 3-3

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Physical RF connections
The RF capacity is measured in sectors, carriers, and RF signal power. The RF capacity
determines what components appear in the RRH and what antenna connections are
required.
The base station can be connected to RRHs of the following RF frequency:
UMTS 850 MHz using the RRH 2X60-850
UMTS 1900 MHz using the RRH 2X60-1900
UMTS 2100 MHz using the RRH 2X60-2100
UMTS 2100A MHz using the RRH 2X60-2100A
The RRH accepts connections for:
Two or four RF antenna cables with 7-16 DIN coaxial female connectors

RF configurations
The following configurations are supported.

Configuration RF connectors (per sector) RF signal power per carrier


(nominal)
UMTS 850, 1900, 2100, 2100A MHz 2 60 W
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CPRI configurations
Star or Daisy Chain solution
The solution is a distributed architecture composed of two optical interfaces located in:
The digital NodeB:
9326 d2U v2
9926 d2U v3
9926 d4U
The RRH
The optical modules are connected by optical fibers that carry:
Downlink and uplink base band digital signals
OAM information
The daisy chain allows to connect RRHs on one single optical link connected to the
digital Node B part.
In the star configuration the BBU is the central node that provides the common
connection point for all connected RRHs.
The daisy chain and the star configuration can be mixed.

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This figure shows the star and daisy chain configuration:

Different capabilities and configurations are supported.


With six CPRI ports available and two transmit paths, many configurations are possible:
the main ones are:
6 X 1 RRHs in STSR1+1 (six fibers of one RRH each with one frequency on PA 1;
one frequency on PA 2) in star configuration
2 X 3 RRHs in STSR1+1 (two fibers of three RRHs each with one frequency on PA 1;
one frequency on PA 2) using daisy-chain configuration
3 X 2 RRHs in STSR1+1 (three fibers of two RRHs each with one frequency on PA 1;
one frequency on PA 2) using star or daisy-chain configuration
6 X 1 RRHs in STSR2 (six fibers of one RRH with two frequencies on PA 1) in star
configuration
2 X 3 RRHs in STSR2 (two fibers of three RRHs each with two frequencies on PA 1)
using daisy-chain configuration
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3 X 1 RRHs in STSR2+2 (three fibers of one RRH with two frequencies on PA 1; two
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Other supported configurations include either depopulated variations of the above
(including STSR3, STSR2+1), or mixed configurations using 2 clusters (the first 3 fiber
connections are considered cluster 1, and the second 3 fiber connections are considered
cluster 2). Dual band (2100 or 2100A/850; 2100 or 2100A/1900) configurations are also
possible using 1 band per cluster. The possible dual band configurations for RRH 2X60W
and 9326 d2U, 9926 d2U or 9926 d4U include:
6 x 1 RRHs in STSR1+1 (six fibers of one RRH with one frequency on PA 1; one
frequency on PA 2) in star configuration, with cluster 1 = Band A and cluster 2 = Band
B
2 X 3 RRHs in STSR1+1 (two fibers of three RRHs each with one frequency on PA 1;
one frequency on PA 2) using daisy-chain configuration, with fiber 1 (on cluster 1) =
Band A and fiber 4 (on cluster 2) = Band B
3 X 2 RRHs in STSR1+1 (three fibers of two RRHs each with one frequency on PA 1;
one frequency on PA 2) using daisy-chain configuration, with the first RRH on each
fiber = Band A and the second RRH on each fiber = Band B
6 x 1 RRHs in STSR2 (six fibers of one RRH with two frequencies on PA 1) in star
configuration, with cluster 1 = Band A and cluster 2 = Band B
2 X 3 RRHs in STSR2 (two fibers of three RRHs each with two frequencies on PA 1)
using daisy-chain configuration, with fiber 1 (on cluster 1) = Band A and fiber 4 (on
cluster 2) = Band B
3 X 2 RRHs in STSR2 (three fibers of two RRHs each with two frequencies on PA 1)
using daisy-chain configuration, with the first RRH on each fiber = Band A and the
second RRH on each fiber = Band B
Note: For more details refer to the RRH Product Engineering Information document
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Overview
Purpose
This chapter describes the site requirements for the following RRHs:
RRH 2X60-850
RRH 2X60-1900
RRH 2X60-2100
RRH 2X60-2100A

Contents

Environmental requirements 4-2


General site requirements 4-3
RRH clearances 4-4
Site requirements for pole mount installations 4-5
Site requirements for wall mount installations 4-11
Site requirements for floor stand installations 4-15

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Environmental requirements
Outdoor environment
The outdoor RRH is weather-hardened, which enables it to operate in environments
within the conditions described in the following table.

Condition Specification
Manufacturing Manufactured according to the WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic
Equipment) and RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)
recommendations
Operating temperature -40 to +55 C
Absolute humidity 0.03 g/m3 to 36 g/m3
Relative humidity 5 to 100% (non-condensing but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air)
Acoustic noise No noise generated (no fan, natural convection cooling)
Operating altitude Up to 15,000 feet (4572 m) where the maximum ambient temperature
decreased by 0.5 degrees C per 1,000 feet (304.8 m) above sea level
Enclosure rating Type 4 (NEMA) IP65 (IEC 60529)
Wind driven rain Refer to Telcordia GR-487-CORE
Dust and water ingress Weather resistant to prevent ingress of rain, snow, dust and other solid
foreign objects to a minimum level of IP65. The corrosion requirements is
over the 15 years lifetime.
Refer to Telcordia GR-487-CORE
Firearms resistance Refer to Telcordia GR-487-CORE
Wind resistance Refer to Telcordia GR-487-CORE
Storage requirements Refer to Telcordia GR-63-CORE, Section 4.1.1

RRH heat dissipation (maximum)


The following table provides the estimated typical and the maximum heat dissipation
information for the RRH.

RRH Estimated DC heat dissipation Estimated DC heat dissipation


(typical value) (maximum value).
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RRH 2X60-1900 300 W 380 W
RRH 2X60-2100 300W 380W
RRH 2X60-2100A 300W 380W

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General site requirements


General requirements
The following general requirements must be met before the installation of the RRH can
begin:
Adequate clearance must be provided for service access.
Electric service must be installed as described in Appendix C Electrical power
requirements.
Back haul and user alarm facilities must be installed as described in Chapter 8, User
alarm, and fiber optic requirements.
Grounding electrode system must be installed.
RF antenna runs must be installed (if required).
Tower light power must be installed (if required).
Tower light alarm must be installed (if required).
Mounting bracket holes must be drilled.
The environment must comply with limits listed in Environmental requirements
(p. 4-2).
Cable supports and racks must be installed.

Cable support and racks


All RF cable runs, power cable runs, and facilities cable runs must be supported by a
cable support and rack system.
The according cable conduits must be provided.

Structural requirements
Pole, wall loading, and wind must be considered during site preparation.
In some cases, cell site equipment may not be mounted directly to the wall without plate
or strut to properly distribute the load.
The support structure must be designed in compliance with national building codes and
all other applicable codes.
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RRH clearances
Minimum clearances table
The following table provides the minimum wall mount clearances recommended around
the RRH.

RRH Clearances mm (inches) Comments


Front 1000 (39.37) Installation access
Rear 70 (2.76) Zero rear clearance is allowed using
supplied mounting brackets.
Side clearance 100 (3.94) Air flow
To secure RRH body on the mounting kit
To change the shield cover.

Top 300 (11.81) Air flow


Bottom 500 (19.67) Conduit routing

Minimum clearances graphics for RRH


The following graphic is an example of minimum clearances between RRHs.
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Site requirements for pole mount installations


Prepare site for pole mounting installation
The following are required to prepare a site for pole mounting installation of the RRH.
Install power runs
Install grounding system
Install back haul runs
Install RF runs
Install user alarm runs
Mark on the pole where the top of the pole bracket would be located

Pole mounting installation requirements


The following table provides the requirements for the different types of pole weldment.

Weldment Type Standoff mm Application Pole diameter mm


(inches)
Standard weldment 118 (4.6) Multiple RRHs 152 - 380
installation at the
same elevation
Low profile small pole 40 (1.6) Single RRH 50 - 152
mount installation

The following figure shows the type of weldments required for a pole mount installation.
The standard pole weldments are used for multiple RRH installations.

Pole band with


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Center line distance between pole mount brackets shall be 350 mm (13.78 in) for the
RRH.
The following graphic shows the pole brackets needed for small diameter poles.
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The grip ranges for pole bracket of :
85 mm is: 51 mm to 150 mm.
50 mm is: 50 mm to 150 mm.

Drill pattern for through pole bolts


Drill pattern for pole mounting

350
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Pole mounting installation
The following graphics show the pole mounting installation:
For pole diameters from 152 mm to 380 mm (standard profile), the pole weldments are
attached directly to the wall mounting bracket.

Figure 4-1 RRH 2X60-850 + Pole D= 152 - 380 mm

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For pole diameters from 52 mm to 152 mm (low profile) special mounting brackets are
available for pole mounting without bands or through bolts. These brackets are attached
to the wall mounting bracket, too.

Figure 4-3 RRH 2X60-850 + Pole D= 52 -152 mm

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Site requirements for wall mount installations


Overview
This topic describes site requirements for RRH installation on a wall.

Prepare site for wall mount installation


The following are required to prepare a site for wall mount installation of the RRH.
Install DC power runs
Install grounding system
Install Back haul
Install RF runs
Install user alarm runs
Wall mounting shall comply with the applicable architectural codes listed on listed earlier
in this chapter.
Holes shall be pre-drilled with (customer supplied) anchor hardware, if mounting to a
concrete wall.
Unistrut shall be in place, if required for mounting RRH.

RRH wall mounting hardware


The following is an example of customer-supplied mounting hardware that is required to
mount struts to a solid concrete wall:
1.5" x 1.5" Unistrut or equivalent struts (2)
M10 (3/8") x 100 mm (4") long Power-Stud (formerly called Rawl-Stud) or
equivalent anchor bolts for solid concrete walls (4)
M10 (3/8") nuts (4)
M10 (3/8") flat washers (8)
M10 (3/8") spring nuts from the same manufacturer as the struts (4)
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Wall mount brackets mounting holes
The following figure shows the drill pattern for the wall mounting bracket holes.
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Strut mounting hardware
The following photo illustrates the hardware that is required to mount a strut on a
concrete wall and the RRH to the strut.

Steps to install unistrut

CAUTION
Equipment damage hazard
Damage to equipment may result.
Prior to drilling holes in a wall, consult with the customer as to the location of gas, water,
and electrical pipes or conduits to minimize accidental hazard and equipment damage.
Also consult with the building engineer as to local code requirements and wall loading
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Proceed as follows to install the Unistrut.


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1 Determine the layout of the struts that will support the RRH.

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2 Place the top strut on the wall and make sure that the strut is level. Use the holes at the
ends of the strut as a template to mark the positions of the holes to be drilled in the wall.
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3 Place the bottom strut against the wall 350 mm (13.78 inches), measured center to center,
from the top strut. Use the holes in the strut as a template to mark the positions of the
holes to be drilled in the wall. See the figure below.

350 (13.78)

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4 Drill holes in the wall at the marked positions using an appropriate concrete drill bit for
selected anchor.
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5 To install the top strut, place the top strut against the wall. Drive the anchor bolts into the
holes of the strut until nut and washer are flush with the strut.
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6 Tighten the nut to proper torque requirement.


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7 Repeat Steps 5 and 6 to install the bottom strut.


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Site requirements for floor stand installations


Overview
This topic describes site requirements for RRH installation on a floor, such as the location
and drilling of anchor holes for the floor stand.

Anchor hole specifications


The following table provides anchoring specifications for seismic zones 0 through 4.

Equipment Seismic Anchor type Number of Hole size Hole depth Torque Nm
zone(s) holes mm mm (inches) (lbf in)
(inches)
Floorstand 0, 1, 2 1/2" Dia 4 16 mm 50 mm 24 (212)
drop-in (5/8 in.) (2 in.)
3, 4 M12 x 125 4 18 mm 100 mm 79 (700)
mm (11/16 in.) (4 in.)

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The floor stand shown below is required to install the RRH to the floor.
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The following figure shows the drill pattern for the floor stand anchor holes.

Mark and drill the anchor holes


Important! The marking and drilling of the anchor holes shall be performed as part of
site preparation. Anchor holes must be properly covered to prevent debris from falling
inside. Before marking or drilling the anchor holes, refer to RRH clearances
(p. 4-4) for more details.
Proceed as follows to mark and drill the anchor holes in a concrete surface:
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1 Measure and mark the location where the RRH anchors will be installed. Refer to RRH
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2 Drill the anchor holes to the proper size and depth as specified in the previous table.
Important! If a 100 mm (4.00) hole depth cannot be attained for a 12-mm expansion
stud anchor, a spacer may be removed from the anchor assembly when it is installed.
The minimum depth of the hole is 76.2 mm (3.00).
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3 If Then
floor stand is not available on site tape over the open holes to prevent debris
from falling inside.
do not install the anchors at this time. Anchors
will be installed later by equipment installers.
procedure ends here.
floor stand is available on site continue with next step.

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4 Center floor stand over the drilled anchor holes.


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5 Set and torque the anchor bolts.


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Install strain relief bracket to floor stand


For indoor installations, the strain relief bracket is installed to the floor stand with four
screws (M5. 12 mm, Pan Head, Cross), as follows:
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1 Remove the two screws (M5, 10 mm, Pan Head, cross) from each side of the strain relief
bracket. Keep them for reinstallation.
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2 Slide the strain relief bracket through the top of the floor stand until the M5 threads of the
bracket's sides match the according holes in the floor stand.
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Purpose
This chapter provides guidelines for the installation of electrical power to the cell site.

Contents

Power requirements 5-2


Power consumption 5-3
DC requirements 5-4
Junction box assembly (optional) 5-6
Power distribution system (optional) 5-7
DC Power Distribution Box (P/N 2800154) 5-8

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Power requirements
General requirements
This section describes the power requirements for the Alcatel-Lucent equipment at the
site. Power must also be provided for lighting, for convenience outlets, and any additional
powered equipment present at the site. The appropriate product information must be
consulted to determine the total power required for the equipment at the site.
As part of site preparation, the site must be equipped with the appropriate power service
panel board, or power branch circuit load center for supplying power to all equipment at
the site. All power wiring, distribution, and protection equipment must be installed during
site preparation and be ready for connection to the power equipment.
Important! All power wiring and over-current protection must be installed in
accordance with the local electrical code in effect in the country where the installation
will take place. An appropriate equipment ground connection is required before
commercial power service can be connected to any equipment at the site.

Power

Power Comment
Non integrated power For the RRH, a DC power source external to the RRH must be provided. Refer
to: Appendix C, Electrical power requirements for -48 VDC power systems
for external power information.

Electrical rating
The RRH 2X60W must be connected to a 48V DC power supply.
The electrical rating of the RRH is marked on the nameplate of the unit as follows.

RRH DC
RRH 2X60W 40V DC to 57V DC
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Power consumption
Power requirements calculations using the Alcatel-Lucent weblink
This section provides input power requirements for the RRH. The tables that list the
battery reserve times for various configurations are provided in Appendix C, Electrical
power requirements for -48 VDC power systems. The term "typical" implies the site is
operating with "busy hour" traffic and at normal room temperatures, with the batteries on
float charge. End-of-life battery reserve times are typically 80% of the initial battery
capacity.
The table provides the typical DC power consumption:

RRH Typical power consumption


RRH 2X60-850 462 W at 2X60 W RF output power
RRH 2X60-1900 445W at 2X60 W RF output power
RRH 2X60-2100 445W at 2X60 W RF output power
RRH 2X60-2100A 445W at 2X60 W RF output power

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DC requirements
DC power requirements for RRH 2X60
Refer to Appendix C, Electrical power requirements for -48 VDC power systems.

Battery backup requirements


Refer to Appendix C, Electrical power requirements for -48 VDC power systems for
various configuration power loads.

DC power connector
The standard solution to power a RRH2x60-2100 or 2100A consists of a DC power cable
connectorized.This is a view of the RRH 2X60W power connector.
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Junction box assembly (optional)


Overview
This topic describes the optional junction box assembly and its connection to the RRHs.

Requirements and specifications


The junction box assembly is required when an RRH is pole mounted and should be sited
next to the RRH:
Supplied with pole/wall mount kit
Required for -48VDC powered RRHs
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Power distribution system (optional)


Overview
This topic describes the optional power distribution system and its connection to the
RRHs.

Requirements and specifications


The power distribution unit required when an RRH is pole or wall mounted:
Can supply a maximum of six RRHs
Can be located at a distance as required per calculation of voltage drop to the RRH

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DC Power Distribution Box (P/N 2800154)


Purpose
This topic describes the DC Power Distribution Box and its installation instructions.

Product Description
The power distribution box is designed to be a termination and break out point for 24 and
48 V DC power to Remote Radio Heads.

General Installation Guidelines


Note: Read all instruction procedures before starting installation.
An authorized electrician should install the power distribution box. The relevant local
electrical safety regulations and guidelines for installation must be observed.

Configure Mount
The mount kit, SYS-DC EMK (p/n 2800048), includes hardware for the wall mount, 2 to
6 pole mount, and 6 to 15 pole mount.

Mounting to Wall
To mount enclosure to a flat surface, disassemble and remove bolts and vertical center
channel.
Mount horizontal rails as shown.
Choose appropriate anchors to mount enclosure using outermost holes of rails.
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Mounting to 2 to 6 Pole
First, the three included 18 bands should be installed at the top, middle, and bottom slots
of the bracket as shown in the middle slot in the following diagram. Start by sliding the
unsecured end of one of the bands through one set of slots in the bracket.

Bend this end of the metal band around and back through the other slot. The free end
of the strap clamp can be pushed into the tightening mechanism to hold clamp in
place.
Repeat for the remaining two bands using the other two sets of slots.
Attach the mount to the box using the M8-1.25x30 bolts as shown in the following
diagram.
Tighten with a torque of 1.5 1.8 Nm (13.3 15.9 in. lbs.).
Secure bands around pole and tighten the screw clamps.

Mounting to 6 to 15 Pole
First, attach the mount to the box using the M8-1.25x30 bolts as shown in the
following diagram.
Tighten with a torque of 1.5 1.8 Nm (13.3 15.9 in. lbs.).
The two included 48 bands should be installed in the top and bottom slots of the
bracket as shown in the bottom slot in the following diagram.
Start by sliding the unsecured end of one of the bands through one set of slots in the
bracket.
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Bend this end of the metal band around the band tightening device in the same
manner as the other end of the band.
Repeat for the remaining band.
Secure bands around pole and tighten the screw clamps.
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Wiring
Important! Before installation, verify all power is turned OFF.
The provided box key will be needed at this point to unlock the box.
Tighten the conduit to manufacturers specs, being sure to follow all local codes and
regulations.
Secure external ground wire to external ground lug of box. It is recommended the
ground bonding conductor be as straight as possible, at least 6 AWG, and less than
24 long.
The terminal blocks support wire sizes 20 to 6 AWG. Verify the conductors/wires
meet the size specification.
Feed the IN power conductors through the 2 in. conduit. Trim to appropriate length
and strip 11 mm of insulation from wires. Insert wires into the connections labeled
IN on the terminal blocks. Be sure to connect the positive to the grey terminal block
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torque of 1.5 1.8 Nm (13.3 15.9 in. lbs.). Secure the conduit to manufacturers
specs, being sure to follow all local codes and regulations.

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Feed the OUT power conductors through the 1 in. conduit. Trim to appropriate
length and strip 11 mm of insulation from wires. Insert wires into the connections
labeled OUT on the terminal blocks. Be sure to connect the positive to the grey
terminal block and the negative to the blue terminal block, as labeled. Tighten the
screws with a torque of 1.5 1.8 Nm (13.3 15.9 in. lbs.).
Lock the box with the provided key.

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Purpose
This chapter provides an overview of the antenna interface requirements for the RRH.

Contents

Antenna requirements 6-2


Surge protection requirements 6-3
General antenna cable requirements 6-4

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Antenna requirements
General requirements
The customer is responsible for providing the materials and arranging for the construction
of the entire RF path from the antennas to the interface plate during site preparation. This
includes any required grounding, surge protection, and additional equipment in the RF
path. It also includes any necessary support structures from the antennas to the location of
the base station.
The customer orders a base station and antenna jumper cables so that the external antenna
connectors (EAC) at the base station can be connected to the antennas.

Requirements to support location-based services


All of the requirements that follow in this topic apply if the customer intends to support
location-based services. The antennas referred to here are those for the main RF paths for
a single sector.
In order to support location-based services, the location of the antenna and the length as
well as the type antenna cables must be provided for use in calibration.
These values must be determined and recorded during site preparation.

Constraints on the antenna position


In order to support location-based services, all antennas that serve a sector must be within
a circle no more than 15 m in diameter.
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Surge protection requirements


General requirements
RF Filter is equipped with 1/4 wave surge protector. A surge protection device may be
installed between each antenna coaxial cable and jumper cable, approximately 1 m
(3 feet) away from the equipment. They can be obtained from Alcatel-Lucent (KS24577,
L-4A for RF), or a Alcatel-Lucent-approved equivalent can be used.
The surge protectors must be bonded to a nearby ground bus bar that is connected directly
to the grounding electrode system.
Note: It is permissible to locate surge protection devices at cabinet EAC.
Important! All surge protectors must be at least IP67 rated. (IP67 rating requirement,
as defined by IEC 60529, calls for total protection against dust and protection against
submersion in water.)

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General antenna cable requirements


General requirements
All cable runs must be appropriately supported in accordance with the connector and
cable manufacturer's instructions.
The appropriate type, length, and number of antenna jumper cables should be available at
the site for the start of the installation.
Grounding of the antenna feeder cable outer shield must be performed in accordance with
the ground kit manufacturer's instructions.
The following are general antenna requirements:
Alcatel-Lucent recommended antenna cables should be used.
All antenna cable runs must be appropriately supported in accordance with the
connector and cable manufacturer's instructions.
RF antenna cable runs should be terminated with DIN female connectors.
All antenna connectors should be IP68 rated.
Antenna and cable sweeps must be performed prior to the start of the installation.
Important! All RF/GPS cable connectors must be at least IP67 rated. (IP67 rating
requirement, as defined by IEC 60529, calls for total protection against dust and
protection against submersion in water.)

Antenna installation
Antenna installations shall be performed in accordance with all applicable manufacturer's
recommendations, and national laws and regulations.
To ensure correct antenna installation, all necessary calculations and/or field
measurements shall be evaluated for compliance with applicable national laws or
regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields. The antenna manufacturer or
supplier shall deliver all technical data necessary to perform this compliance evaluation
(e.g., antenna gain pattern, antenna dimensions, etc.). Information on the methodology
and results of the compliance evaluation shall be available for inspection by officials of
the governing authorities.
Important! Refer to Antenna grounding and surge protection devices for grounding
and surge protection requirements.
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Antenna cable grounding


Grounding of the antenna cable outer shield must be performed in accordance with the
ground kit manufacturer's instructions and as outlined in Grounding and Lightning
Protection Guidelines for Wireless System Cell Sites, 401-200-115.

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The following diagram shows a typical method for connecting an antenna jumper cable.

CABLE GROUND KIT

ANTENNA CABLE

DOUBLE HOLE LUG


#6 AWG STRANDED INSULATED TO BUS BAR
COPPER GROUND WIRE

RF antenna connections
The RRH supports two RF antenna connectors on the top of the unit.
These are 7/16 DIN connectors, one is TX1/RX1, and the other is TX2/RX2.
The following diagram shows an overview of the RF antenna connections.

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RF antenna cable requirements
Each RRH can support two RF antennas for a one-sector configuration with
transmit/receive diversity. The RF antenna cable must satisfy the following requirements:
Impedance: 50 ohms
Attenuation must be taken into account: for example a 2.5m jumper cable introduces a
0.4 dB loss.
The antenna jumper cable end (to the RRH) must be equipped with a 7-16 DIN center
pin straight connector (male).
Lightning protection (optional)
The antenna cables must be protected by a cable duct or protective cable pipes.
Properly grounded.
The minimum bending radius should comply with the space available between the
equipments.

RF antenna jumper cable lengths


The RF antenna jumper cables at the RRH will have straight 7-16 DIN male connector.
The jumper cables may be ordered from Alcatel-Lucent and are available in the following
length:
1m
2m
3m
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RF jumpers characteristics
One of the important characteristic of the jumpers is the product intermodulation <
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Jumpers must respect this characteristic.
- Extract of the RF jumper specification:
Intermodulation product IM3 : < 160 dBc , measuremend BW 100KHz
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2 x 60W in 850,1900 and 2100 MHz
For Band II, according 3GPP TR3.808, separated from each other to cause IM3 in RX
band
> 22.5 MHz in 850,1900 and 2100 MHz
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Overview
Purpose
This chapter provides information on grounding and lightning protection requirements for
the site.

Contents

Grounding and surge protection requirements 7-2


Outdoor grounding system 7-4
RRH grounding 7-7

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Grounding requirements
The cell site must be grounded with an integrated (multi-point) grounding system. The
equipment is susceptible to lightning surges due to its association with towers and
antennas. Therefore, it is imperative that the cell site be properly grounded and that a low
impedance path to earth (10 ohms or less) is provided. The grounding conductors must be
as straight and short as possible. No sharp bends or loops are permitted in grounding
conductors.
Refer to Alcatel-Lucent Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines for Wireless
System Cell Sites, 401-200-115, for detailed grounding requirements.
The equipment warranty can be voided if the guidelines detailed in the National Electric
Code (NFPA 70), the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (CSA C22.1), or the local electrical
code in effect, as well as the Standard for Installation of Lightning Protection System
(NFPA 780) and Alcatel-Lucent Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines for
Wireless System Cell Sites, 401-200-115 are not followed.
Important! All grounding system material (cable, connectors, buses, etc.) must be of
high quality materials that resist deterioration and require little or no maintenance.

Antenna grounding and surge protection devices


Commercial power is susceptible to lightning surges and must be properly protected. An
appropriate surge protection device must be installed at the service entry point and be
connected directly to the grounding electrode system.
The RF antenna coaxial cables are susceptible to lightning surges and must be properly
protected.
The filter is equipped with 1/4 wave surge protector.
The surge protectors must be bonded to a nearby ground bus bar that is connected directly
to the grounding electrode system at two points when not located on .
The antenna cable shield must be bonded at the top of the tower near the antenna, and at
the bottom of the vertical run. If the tower is too high, the antenna cable shield must be
bonded at approximately 30 m (100 ft.) intervals. The tower or metallic support for the
antenna must also be bonded to the grounding electrode system.
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The following diagram shows a typical surge protector installation and grounding.

OUTSIDE
INSIDE 300.0
[11.81]

HATCHPLATE
ANTENNA CABLE

SURGE PROTECTION COAX CABLE SHIELD


DEVICE GROUNDING KIT (OPTIONAL)

JUMPER CABLE #6 AWG STRANDED INSULATED


DIN COPPER WIRE (BONDED TO BUS BAR)
DIN (MALE) (FEMALE) (OPTIONAL)

#6 AWG STRANDED INSULATED


COPPER WIRE SUPPLIED OUTDOOR GROUND
WITH THE SURGE PROTECTION BUS BAR, TINNED COPPER
GROUNDING KIT (GROUNDING (OPTIONAL)
METHOD MAY VARY UPON THE
SURGE PROTECTOR USED)

#2 AWG BARE SOLID TINNED


#2 AWG BARE SOLID COPPER CABLE TO GROUND
TINNED COPPER CABLE ELECTRODE SYSTEM
TO GROUND ELECTRODE SYSTEM

SURGE PROTECTOR DETAIL

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Outdoor grounding system


Grounding electrode system requirements
The cell site must be equipped with a grounding electrode system (that is, buried ring
ground, copper clad rod, electrolytic rods, metallic water pipe, etc.). The cell site
grounding, including all s and antenna cable shields, must be bonded to the grounding
electrode system.
The grounding electrode system shall be installed as part of site preparation with a
sufficient number of pigtails. Electrically conductive materials in the vicinity that are
likely to become energized must be connected together and to the grounding electrode
system in a manner that establishes an effective ground-fault current path.
Buried ground conductors must be, at a minimum, 16 mm2 (#6 AWG) bare, solid, tinned
copper wire. Exterior ground conductors must be, at a minimum, 16 mm2 (#6 AWG)
either solid, bare, tinned copper or stranded, insulated (outdoor insulation to be
sunlight-resistant) copper cable.

Exothermic weld
Exothermic weld is recommended for grounding connections where practical. All
below-grade connections must be exothermically welded. Compression type, two-hole
(0.75-inch center) lugs or double crimp "C" taps are acceptable for above-ground
connections. The contact area where connections are made shall be prepared to a bare
bright finish, and be coated with an anti-oxidation material before connections are made.

Typical grounding configuration (concrete pad)


The following diagram shows a typical concrete pad grounding configuration.
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Typical grounding configuration (platform)


The following diagram shows a typical platform grounding configuration.

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RRH grounding
Ground cable
Each RRH has to be grounded.
The RRH2X60W provides a grounding point on the bottom bulkhead.
A ground cable can be connected to the RRH 2X60W with an M6 flat washer and an M6
screw and a cable with a simple lug, at the RRH grounding point
Ground cable with simple lug

Ground area at RRH


The grounding points on the RRH 2X60W can be seen in Bottom view of the RRH
(p. 2-6).

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Overview
Purpose
This chapter provides information on user alarm, and fiber optic requirements for the cell
site.

Contents

General facilities requirements 8-2


Facilities requirements 8-3
User alarm requirements 8-7
Fiber optic requirements 8-9
EMI Suppression Ferrite requirements on 1900 MHz Indoor only 8-11

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General requirements
Each RRH utilizes up to two fiber optic lines and six user alarms for the RRH 2X60-850
and the RRH 2X60-1900 or four user alarms for the RRH 2X60-2100.and the RRH
2X60-2100A
The user alarm cables are twisted pair with IEC 60130-9 connectors on both end. Each
connector supports three user alarms for the RRH 2X60-850 and the RRH 2X60-1900 or
four user alarms for the RRH 2X60-2100 and the RRH 2X60-2100A. Each fiber optic
cable has Duplex LC connectors on both ends.
The facilities must be in place prior to installation of the RRH.
The BBU must be located within 30 m (100 ft) of the RRH. The BBU must be equipped
with RJ-45 jacks to accept RJ-45 connectors on the alarm cables.
Important! Color code each cable to differentiate user alarm lines.
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Facilities requirements
Primary protection (outdoor)
The signal protection inside the cabinet provides primary and secondary protection for the
facilities cable(s). No external primary protection is required.

Primary protection (indoor)


The signal protection inside the cabinet does not provide primary protection. As part of
site preparation, it is required for the service provider to supply and install appropriate
primary surge protection device at the BBU. The BBU must be provided by the customer,
and located within 15 m (50 ft) to the cabinet. The BBU must be equipped with RJ-48
jacks to accept RJ-45 connectors on the alarm cables. The RJ-48 jacks must be properly
grounded.

Connection overview
The following diagram shows how the cable and conduit is connected to the BBU.

* CONNECT BLOCK TWISTED-PAIR CABLE (with RJ-45 Connectors)


(with RJ-48 Jacks)

NETWORK INTERFACE UNIT


(supplied by customer)

PRIMARY PROTECTION
DEVICE (indoor only)

RADIO
FACILITIES CABINET

#6 AWG GROUND
WIRE (TYP)

* CROSS-CONNECT BLOCK REQUIRED FOR T1/E1.


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Conduit requirements (outdoor only)


Customer shall also supply proper seal-tight flexible metal conduit and connector for
connecting conduit to the RRH during installation. The RRH accepts 1-inch (or metric
equivalent) seal-tight straight connector for termination of conduits.
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Important! To prevent damage to the cable, the cable and conduit end must be
properly protected against the environment, rodents, and other interference.

View of the connectors


Bottom view of the RRH2X60-850:
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Bottom view of the RRH2X60-1900:

Bottom view of the RRH 2X60-2100:

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User alarm requirements


Overview
This topic covers requirements for the user alarm cables.
For the RRH 2X60-850 and the RRH 2X60-1900 there are six external user alarms on
two alarm connectors. Each connector supports three user alarms.
For the RRH 2X60-2100 and the RRH 2X60-2100A there are four external user alarms on
one alarm connector.
Characteristics of the RRH alarm connector:
Female
Eight pins circular
IEC 60130-9
IP 67
The alarm cables are available connectorized in 15 m and 30 m lengths.
This is a view of the external cable used for user alarms connection:

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User alarm wiring
Refer to table below for RRH 2X60-850 and RRH 2X60-1900 user alarm wiring:

Pin # Alarm # Connector


3 User_ALM_1_P Connector 1
8 User_ALM_1_N
5 User_ALM_2_P
4 User_ALM_2_N
7 User_ALM_3_P
2 User_ALM_3_N
3 User_ALM_4_P Connector 2
8 User_ALM_4_N
5 User_ALM_5_P
4 User_ALM_5_N
7 User_ALM_6_P
2 User_ALM_6_N

Refer to table below for RRH 2X60-2100 user alarm wiring:

Pin # Alarm #
3 User_ALM_1_P
8 User_ALM_1_N
5 User_ALM_2_P
4 User_ALM_2_N
7 User_ALM_3_P
2 User_ALM_3_N
1 User_ALM_4_P
6 User_ALM_4_N
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Fiber optic requirements


Overview
This topic covers requirements for the fiber optic cables to interconnect RRHs of a
Alcatel-Lucent distributed Node B.
The fiber optic cables have Duplex LC connectors on both ends.
For location of the connectors see figure above.
The fiber optic cables are outdoor rated. Fiber cables to RRH2x60 use R2CT connectors.

Fiber optic cable connections


Refer to tables below for fiber optic cable connection information.
Configurations with three CPRI ports and one PA:

Connection Star 1x3 Daisy 2x3 daisy chain 3x2 Daisy


type connection chain chain
BBU to RRH 3 1 2 3
RRH to RRH 0 2 4 3
BBU to RRH 3 1 2 3
splice box

Notes:
1. For fiber testing and certification, see Appendix D, Fiber testing and certification

The following graphic shows a Single Carrier, Three Sector star configuration.

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Overview
This covers the application of ferrites on DC Power cables of 1900 MHz Indoor.

Installation of Ferrites on 1900 MHz Indoor only


Indoor 1900 MHz requires ferrite on DC Power Cable only.
Note: 850 MHz (Indoor and Outdoor does not require ferrites).

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checklists

Overview
Purpose
This section is for use by authorized personnel to verify completion of cell site
preparation activities prior to installation of base station equipment.

Contents
Included in this appendix are the following master sheets, from which a copy should be
made for each site preparation performed.

SP-1 Site preparation A-3


general checklist
SP-2 Site preparation A-5
power source checklist
SP-3 Site preparation A-7
grounding checklist
SP-4 Site preparation RF A - 10
antenna checklist
SP-5 Site preparation A - 12
GPS antenna checklist
SP-6 Site preparation A - 14
punch list sheet
SP-6A Site preparation A - 15
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SP-GEN cell site general information
Complete the following information about the cell site.
Cell Site Name: ______________________
Cell Site Address: ______________________
Cell Site Access Contact Name: ______________________
Cell Site #: ______________________
Contact Phone #: ______________________.

Contents

SP-1 Site preparation general checklist A-3


SP-2 Site preparation power source checklist A-4
SP-3 Site preparation grounding checklist A-5
SP-4 Site preparation RF antenna checklist A-7
SP-5 Site preparation GPS antenna checklist (if applicable) A-9
SP-6 Site preparation punch list sheet A-11
SP-6A Site preparation punchlist sheet A-12
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SP-1 Site preparation general checklist


Purpose
The following items must be completed prior to the installation of the cell site equipment.
Circle the correct letter for the corresponding item descriptions.

Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
1. Are cell site environmental conditions Y N N/A
within equipment specified operating
range?
2. Has the required space been provided Y N N/A
around equipment [i.e., maintenance
access, RRH(s), heat dissipation, safety]?
3. Has a Method of Procedure (MOP) been Y N N/A
developed with the installation supervisor?
4. Is cell translations information available? Y N N/A
5. Has installer cell site equipment parameter Y N N/A
sheet been completed and reviewed with
the installation supervisor?
6. Are user alarm facilities available and Y N N/A
active?
7. Is adequate primary surge protection Y N N/A
provided for the user alarms?
8. Has all equipment been ordered and has Y N N/A
delivery to site been scheduled?
9. Have all necessary arrangements been Y N N/A
made for access to the site?
10. Have all necessary arrangements been Y N N/A
made to get equipment onto the site (crane,
etc.)?

Notes:
1. Completed by: ______________________
2. Date: _______
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SP-2 Site preparation power source checklist


Purpose
The following items must be completed prior to the installation of the cell site equipment.
Circle the correct letter for the corresponding item descriptions.

Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
1. Is AC / DC service available? Y N N/A
2. Have AC / DC service and conduits been Y N N/A
approved by local code?
3. Is AC / DC service equipped with surge Y N N/A
protection at service entry point?
4. Is AC / DC power source appropriate for Y N N/A
equipment being installed?
5. Does AC / DC service have proper circuit Y N N/A
breaker rating(s) and labeling?
6. Is AC / DC circuit breaker(s) available and Y N N/A
labeled for power system?
7. Is AC / DC circuit breaker(s) available and Y N N/A
labeled for listed ancillary equipment?
A. Y N N/A
B. Y N N/A
C. Y N N/A
8. Do tower lighting, intrusion lighting, etc. Y N N/A
feeds have proper lightning protection?
9. Is each outlet protected by a UL/CSA Y N N/A
listed, or approved 15 A circuit breaker?
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SP-3 Site preparation grounding checklist


Purpose
The following items must be completed prior to the installation of the cell site equipment.
Circle the correct letter for the corresponding description items.

Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
1. Is soil resistivity and site resistance test on Y N N/A
file?
2. Has connection been provided to Y N N/A
grounding electrode system?
If yes, circle all that apply:
A. Via a buried ring ground and driven
rod(s)
B. Via a buried metallic and electrically
continuous water pipe
C. Via driven ground rod(s) and/or plate(s)
D. Via electrolytic ground rod(s)
E. Via grounded building steel
F. Via grounded grid or radial
3. Is lighting mast(s) or air terminal(s) Y N N/A
provided and bonded?
4. Is antenna support structure(s) grounded? Y N N/A
5. Is antenna tower bonded to grounding Y N N/A
electrode system?
6. Are guy wires bonded to grounding Y N N/A
electrode system?
7. Are antenna cable shields grounded at both Y N N/A
ends?
8. If tower is greater than 60 meters (200 ft.) Y N N/A
high, are antenna cable shields grounded at
mid-point and both ends?
9. Is ice bridge bonded at both ends and Y N N/A
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Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
10. Are all ground connections in compliance Y N N/A
with Alcatel-Lucent requirements
(exothermic weld, compression type with
2-hole lugs; properly secured; anti-oxidant
used on contact surface area)?
11. Are all grounding conductors routed as Y N N/A
straight as possible with no loops or sharp
bends?
12. Is RRH support structure grounded? Y N N/A
13. Are metallic conduits bonded at both ends Y N N/A
and 7.62-meters (25-foot) intervals?
14. Are all fence corner posts and gate posts Y N N/A
properly grounded (including fence fabric
and barbed wire, as applicable )?
15. Are all metallic objects within 1.8 meters Y N N/A
(6 feet) bonded to the grounding system?
16. Is AC / DC power supply equipped with a Y N N/A
surge protection device and is the device
properly connected to the ground system?
17. Is tower light system (if installed) Y N N/A
equipped with a surge protection device
and is the device properly connected to the
ground system?
18. Are the RF and GPS surge protection Y N N/A
devices (if GPS antenna is being installed)
properly connected to the ground system?

Notes:
1. Completed by: ______________________
2. Date: _______
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SP-4 Site preparation RF antenna checklist


Purpose
The following items must be completed prior to the installation of the RF cell site
equipment. Circle the correct letter for the corresponding item descriptions.

Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
1. Is tower properly installed and secured? Y N N/A
2. Are all antenna cable runs installed? Y N N/A
3. Are all antenna cable runs properly Y N N/A
terminated with 7/16 DIN female
connectors on the equipment side?
4. Are all cable connections torqued to the Y N N/A
appropriate value?
5. Are the RF and GPS antenna cables (if
GPS antenna is being installed) equipped
with surge protection devices?
6. Are all external cables UV rated? Y N N/A
7. Are antenna cable runs' demarcation points Y N N/A
in proper location?
8. Are antenna cable runs marked and in Y N N/A
proper sequence per applicable equipment
drawings?
9. Are appropriate type, length and number Y N N/A
of antenna cable jumpers available?
10. Are appropriate drip loops provided for Y N N/A
antenna cable runs at turns and
demarcation point?
11. Have antenna and cable sweeps been Y N N/A
performed?
12. Are all antennas the proper type? Y N N/A
13. Are antennas properly installed and Y N N/A
secured?
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14. Are all antennas at proper azimuth? (0,120 Y N N/A


or 240 degrees)
15. Are antennas at proper height? Y N N/A
16. Are antennas at proper tilt? Y N N/A

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Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
17. Have diversity antennas been properly Y N N/A
separated?
18. Are antenna hatchplate and cable boots Y N N/A
properly installed?

Notes:
1. Completed by: ______________________
2. Date: _______
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SP-5 Site preparation GPS antenna checklist (if applicable)


Purpose
The following items must be completed prior to the installation of the cell site equipment.
Circle the correct letter for the corresponding item descriptions.

Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
1. Is antenna installed with base level within Y N N/A
two degrees?
2. Is antenna installed with less than 25% of Y N N/A
the sky masked by obstruction?
3. Is GPS antenna located at least 3.05 m (10 Y N N/A
ft.) vertically and horizontally from any
active transmit antenna?
4. Are aggregate cable loss, cable VSWR, Y N N/A
total cable length, cable type, GPS antenna
gain, KS list and serial numbers recorded
in the site installation records?
5. Is proper gain antenna installed for the Y N N/A
total aggregate cable loss and length?
6. Is measured cable VSWR within its Y N N/A
specified value?
7. Is GPS antenna cable properly grounded, Y N N/A
and equipped with proper surge protection
device?
8. Are proper service loops provided near Y N N/A
antenna?
9. Is proper drip loop provided for the Y N N/A
outdoor radio RRH antenna jumper
cables?
10. Are cable connections torqued to the Y N N/A
appropriate value?
12. Are all external cables UV rated? Y N N/A
13. Are antenna bracket, pipes, and antenna Y N N/A
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properly secured?
14. Was GPS antenna location verified for line Y N N/A
of sight using a Garmin 45XL test unit or
equivalent?

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Item # Description Yes No N/A Comments


(Y) (N)
15. Is GPS antenna location free of external Y N N/A
interference (i.e., radio stations, collocated
equipment, etc.)?

Notes:
1. Completed by: ______________________
2. Date: _______
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SP-6 Site preparation punch list sheet


Purpose
The following punch list is used to track any outstanding site preparation items.

Item # Comment/Description Severity (1/2/3) Corrective Action Required


(Y/N) Completed Date

Notes:
1. Equipment installation cannot occur until outage is rectified and will void warranty or potentially cause
personal injury.
2. Equipment installation can occur but issue must be rectified prior to handoff to customer or service turn-up
so that the warranty is not voided.
3. Equipment installation, handoff to customer, or service turn-up can occur but not per Alcatel-Lucent
recommendations.
4. Inspection Checklist Completion Sign-Off (complete below)
5. Was the punchlist continuation sheet on the next page used? Yes or No
6. Inspector's Name: ______________________
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SP-6A Site preparation punchlist sheet


Purpose
The following punchlist is used to track any outstanding site preparation items.

Item # Comment/Description Severity Corrective Action


(1/2/3) Required
(Y/N) Completed
Date
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Overview
Purpose
This section is use by Customer Project Management to document cell site configuration
information.

Contents

CSC-1 Cell site configuration information B-2

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General base station information
Complete the following cell site information:

Cell Site information (provided by inspector)


Name
Address
Contact name
MTA name
Cell Site #
Contact Phone & Pager #

Installation type
Check all that apply:
Indoor
Outdoor
Controlled Environment
Uncontrolled Environment
Concrete Pad
Rooftop
Other (Specify): __________

Base station sub-structure


Check all that apply:
Concrete
Wood floor
Raised floor
Non-Penetrating
I-beam
C-beam
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Earthquake zone rating
Check one:
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4

Base station equipment


Complete the information for the installed equipment:

Cabinet type Serial # # of Duplex/Triplex


sector
RRH
RRH
RRH
RRH
RRH
RRH
BBU

Antennas
Complete the following (if required):
UMTS Channel # (1-1999) _________
# of Carriers (1-9) _________
GPS Antenna KS/Model _________
UMTS Freq. Block (A-F) _________
GPS Cable Length (ft.) (if applicable)
GPS Antenna Gain (dB) (if applicable)
Antenna Type (N-N or N-DIN) _________
Quantity of Antenna Jumper Cables (1-15) _________
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Power
Total # of Battery Strings _________
Power source
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Integrated power? (if applicable)?
Yes
No
External power?
Yes
No
Power co-located with base station equipment?
Yes
No

Other cell site equipment


Complete the following:

Equipment description Yes No N/A


(Y) (N)
Antenna Tower? Y N N/A
FAA Lighting? Y N N/A
Tower Light Alarm? Y N N/A
Ice Bridge? Y N N/A
Covering: (check one) ___ Cables Only ___ Cables
and Equipment
Cable Tray or Ladder Racks? Y N N/A
Type of Ladder: (check one) ___ 5' Ladders ___ 12'
Ladders ___ Other: ______
Antenna Cable Hatch Plate? Number of Entry Holes Y N N/A
____
Facilities Ancillary Equipment? Y N N/A
Power Source: (check one) ___ AC ___ DC Voltage:
(check one) ___ DC ___ rms
AC Service:
Size (amps) _____ Voltage (v) _____ Phase (1 or 3)
_____
Non-Alcatel-Lucent Power Plant? Y N
NOTE: If YES, the customer is responsible for the
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Earthquake Bracing Required? Y N N/A

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Equipment description Yes No N/A


(Y) (N)
Tx/Rx Antenna? (mounting location) ___ Tower ___ Y N N/A
Steel Structure ___ Building ___ Antenna Support
Structure
Cell Site Grounding? Y N
If YES, select all that apply: ___ Buried ring ground
and driven rods ___ Buried metallic and electrically
continuous water pipe ___ Down conductors
(Quantity: _____) ___ Electrolytic ground rod(s)
(Quantity:_____) ___ Driven ground rod(s)
(Quantity:_____) ___ Grounded building steel ___
Ground grid ___ Ground radial(s) (Quantity:_____)
Collocated non-PCS equipment? Existing grounding Y N
system: ___ Single Point ___ Integrated
Ground Bus? Y N
If YES, quantity: _____

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Appendix C: Electrical power
requirements for -48 VDC power
systems

Overview
Purpose
The purpose of this appendix is to provide power requirements for the radio equipment
RRH, in case a 3rd party power system is used.
IMPORTANT: All AC wiring and over-current protection must be installed in accordance
with the National Electric Code (NFPA-70) and local electrical codes. An appropriate
earth ground connection is required before commercial AC service can be connected to
any equipment at the site.

Contents

Power requirements (general) C-2


Power system requirements C-4
DC Power requirements C-6
RRH power requirements C-12

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Power requirements (general)


Scope
This section specifies the DC power and power system alarm interface requirements for
the RRH equipment. Specifically DC power, DC feeder quantity, recommended DC
feeder wire gauge, and DC feeder circuit breaker type/rating. Some additional
information is included on power feeder connections and alarm connections to the RRH.
This section provides information on the quality and characteristics of the DC power to be
supplied to the RRH.
The power systems must provide uninterrupted DC power to the RRH. In the event of
loss of AC input power, the power system must continue to provide DC power for the
duration of the battery reserve.
The power system must be able to support a fully configured site that consists of the
following: Two carrier, six sector configuration with up to two BBUs and up to six RRHs.
Designing a system that cannot support the fully configured system will limit the
potential for future growth. This section is intended for use by a customer specifying a
power system other than the standard Alcatel-Lucent power systems.
By meeting these requirements, the Alcatel-Lucent equipment referenced in this section
should meet the electrical and RF performance specifications of the customer supplied
equipment.

Standard reference document


Alcatel-Lucent strongly recommends that the power system meet all applicable
requirements specified in the following documents. The appropriate requirements must be
selected from the documents listed in the table below, based on the "country of use." In
addition, adherence to all additional requirements mandated by the "country of use" is the
customer's responsibility. The power system must meet the specified UL and FCC
requirement documents in order for the equipment to maintain its UL and FCC
compliance. The references listed in the table may be obtained from the issuing agency or
their authorized distributors.

Source Document Title


#Issue #
FCC FCC FCC Rules & Regulations Title 47, Code of Federal
Regulations Part 15, Class B
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IEC IEC-61000-4-5 International Standard. Electromagnetic Compatibility


2001 (EMC). Testing & Measurement Techniques

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Source Document Title


#Issue #
IEEE IEEE/ IEEE Standard for Performance of Low-Voltage
ANSIC62.34- Surge-Protective Devices (Secondary Arrestors)
1996
NFPA NFPA-70-2002 National Electrical Code
Telcordia GR-063- Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) General
CORE10-1995 Equipment Requirements
Telcordia GR-001089- Electrical Safety-Generic-Criteria for Network
CORE1-1994 Telecommunications Equipment GR-001089- CORE
UL UL-19507-1995 Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment,
Including Business Equipment
CSA CSA C22.2 Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment,
#95012-1993 Including Business Equipment
UL UL-507-1992 Standard for Cabinets and Boxes
IEC IEC 609501999 Safety of Information Technology Equipment, Including
Electrical Business Equipment
IEC IEC 605291999 Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures

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Power system requirements


General
This section specifies the mechanical, electrical, and environmental requirements the
power system must meet. The following requirements apply to indoor or outdoor power
systems only.
Alcatel-Lucent strongly recommends that the power system meet the same
environmental, safety, and regulatory requirements as the Alcatel-Lucent equipment to
maintain its safety and regulatory certification.

RRH interface requirements


The following table provides the interface requirements required to connect the RRH to a
3rd party power system.

Interface Requirement
Mechanical interface The customer is responsible for specifying all the
mechanical requirements for the power system such as
dimensions, weights, anchoring, grounding,
conduit/cable interfaces, and installation features.
RRH interfaces All the power system electrical interfaces are located at
the bottom of the RRH.
For dimensions of the RRH, refer to Chapter 2 of this
document.
Important: Under no circumstances must any
modification (e.g. drilling) be made to an RRH unless
the modification is covered by an Alcatel-Lucent
"Change Notice."
Electrical interface requirements The electrical interfaces between the power system and
the RRH consist of DC power and power system alarms.
All RRHs receive DC power independently from the
power system. All power system alarms interface with
the RRH.

Typical power system interface


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PMJ

Typical Power System PMN

ACF
Denotes contact
closure when alarm Alarms to BBU cabinet
conditions exist

BD

AC Input
Power from
utility
or
+24 V DC
Input Power

Up to eight (8) DC power


-48V DC connectorized feeds:
-48V DC Up to two (2) for BBU cabinets
and up to six (6) for the
RRH cabinets

Frame ground

PMJ: Power Major Alarm


PMN: Power Minor Alarm
ACF: AC Fail

BD: Batteries on Discharge, first stage

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DC Power requirements
48 V DC input requirements
The nominal 48 V DC power supplied to the RRH shall meet the requirements specified
in this section. All of the electronic equipment related to processing of calls, and the fans
in the BBU cabinets are powered from the -48 V DC power supplied to the equipment.
The DC power system shall be capable of providing constant power to the equipment
over the entire range of environmental condition for the "country of use".
The RRH 2X60-850 has one 48 V DC input feed rated at 12 A.
The RRH 2X60-1900 has one 48 V DC input feed rated at 13.5 A

DC input power requirements


The DC power system shall be capable of providing constant DC power to all equipment
configurations listed in Chapter 5 of this document at the maximum power level. The
typical power level is the DC power consumption expected while the site is operating
with "busy hour" traffic and ambient temperature between 20 to 25 Celsius. The RRH
has constant power load characteristics. The power levels in the following table are based
on an input of -54.48 V DC for -48 V DC.

DC feeders and connection interface


Each RRH requires one DC feed, as shown on the following page.
Alternate wire gauges may be used for the DC feeders, but shall be sized to limit the
round trip voltage drop between the power system output terminals and the RRH input
terminals to less than 2V. A current level equal to 80% of the circuit breaker current rating
specified shall be used for this calculation. The wire used for the DC feeders shall be
rated for the environmental condition in which it is used and shall be rated and sized
according to the applicable sections of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) or the
Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 (CSA C22.1) for NAR markets, IEC 60364 for
non-NAR markets, or the local electrical code in use. The circuit breaker characteristics
shall be equivalent to Airpax Inc., model LEL/LML, circuit breakers with type 51, DC
trip delay curve characteristics.
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Important! If Class I stranded wire cables are applied ferrules must be crimped to the
wire ends.

DC feeders and connection interface


RRH Feeder 1 Max. wire Min. wire Recom-
size mm2 size mm2 mended
Circuit Wire Max. (AWG) at (AWG) at wire size
breaker size Length RRH RRH; mm2 (AWG)
(AMPS) mm2 m Length m at RRH;
(AWG) (Feet) (Feet) Length m
(Feet)
RRH -48 V 15 A 6 mm 2 175 m 6 mm 2 4 mm 2 10 mm 2
DC (10 (575 ft) (10 AWG) (12 AWG); (8 AWG);
AWG) 46 m 122 m
(150 ft) (400 ft)

Notes:
1. If an RRH is located greater than 5 meters cable separation from a power cabinet, then a
customer provided interconnection box with primary protection and larger power wires
acceptance need to be engineered.

DC power connection
The DC power connection interface to each RRH is done via a Alcatel-Lucent provided
15' cable (5 m).

DC input surge requirements


The DC input terminal of the RRH is equipped with electrolytic capacitors to reduce
noise, ripple, and the effect of transients. The capacitors can draw a high inrush current
when power is first applied to the RRH .

Cabinet Inrush current Time


(Amps) (Milliseconds)
-48 V DC 600 to 1200 up to 1

The circuit breakers providing DC power to the RRH must be able to withstand this high
inrush current. The Airpax Inc., model LEL/LML, circuit breakers with type 51, DC trip
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Overload trip characteristics
The following table provides the overload trip characteristic for the Airpax circuit breaker
with type 51 delay characteristics. If an alternate circuit breaker is used, it must have
equivalent overload trip.

Airpax model LEL/LML type 51 Overload Trip Time


(Seconds)
Rating 100% 125% 150% 200% 400% 600% 800% 1000%
Time (sec.) No trip 0.5 - 0.3 - 3 0.1 - 1.2 0.3 - 0.011- 0.004 - 0.004 -
6.5 0.5 0.25 0.1 0.08

DC input voltage range


The normal DC input voltage range, the set point of float voltage for the battery and the
maximum float voltage set points for the RRH are provided in the following table.

Cabinet Normal input Set point of float Maximum float


voltage range voltage voltage
(volts DC) (volts DC) (volts DC)
-48 V DC -40 to -57 -54.48 -57

Default voltage
If a failure occurs with the DC Power system controller, the DC power system output
voltage shall remain within the range specified in the table above.
DC voltage regulation
The DC voltage shall be regulated to within 0.5% of the voltage set in the table above
under all conditions of line, load and temperature.
DC soft start
The DC voltage at input of the RRH shall not overshoot more than 3.5% of the set voltage
in the table above for a period of more than 100 milliseconds, under any conditions.
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Ripple and noise
The following table provides ripple and noise requirements. This requirement applies,
with or without batteries connected to the system, however the system is not intended to
operate without batteries.

Cabinet Ripple voltage Ripple voltage DC system


mVpp mVpp noise
(0 to 100 MHz) (mVrms) mV
(psophometric)
-48 VDC Not to exceed 250 100 Less than 2

Transient load response


For any step-load demand change of 10% to 90%, or 90% to 10%, on the DC power
system, the DC input voltage to the RRH shall remain within 5.0% and return to the 0.5%
regulation band within 300 milliseconds.

Backup power requirements


In the event of a commercial power failure, Alcatel-Lucent recommends the DC power
provided to the RRH be backed up for a minimum of 30 minutes. The DC power to the
equipment shall not be interrupted during the transition from normal operation to backup
operation and vice versa.
Important! If the DC power supplied to the RRH is not equipped with backup power,
undesirable performance may be experienced during interruption and/or transients to
the AC input power

High voltage shutdown


The DC power source may shut down if the output voltage reach the following values:

Cabinet Maximum voltage Maximum voltage for


range (Volts DC) up to one second
-48 VDC -57 to -60 -60

Notes:
1. The DC power system shall not provide sustained voltage to the RRH at the maximum
voltage values, for more than one second, as shown in the table above. If a power system
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output voltage below -56.2 V DC (for -48 V DC systems) until the problem is corrected.

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Transient surge protection
The DC power system shall be designed to prevent surge transients at its input passing
through to the output and causing voltage transient in excess of -60 Volts (for -48 V DC
systems) to the RRH . Adequate transient surge protection shall be provided for the DC
feeders by running the feeders from the power system to equipment inside properly
grounded metallic conduit. In addition, surge protectors and/or surge suppressors may be
required to limit surge voltages to less than -60 Volts (for -48 V DC systems). If external
surge protection is required to meet this limit, it should be installed near the DC input
terminal of the RRH .

DC power grounding
The -48 V DC return conductors shall be bonded to the frame ground system at the output
of the DC power system. For proper site grounding of the equipment, refer to
Alcatel-Lucent's, "Grounding and Lightning Protection Guidelines for Alcatel-Lucent
Technologies Network Wireless System Cell Sites", number 401-200-115.

DC Power system alarms


Each alarm generated by the power system shall be provided by a set of isolated dry relay
contacts, an "alarm state" may be indicated by a "closed circuit" or an "open circuit". If an
alarm condition is indicated by a "closed circuit", the DC power system alarm contacts
shall present a contact closure when the alarm circuit fails or looses power. If an alarm
condition is indicated by a "open circuit", the DC power system alarm contacts shall
present an "open circuit" when the alarm circuit fails or looses power. The resistance of a
"closed circuit" shall be less than 100 ohms. The resistance of an "open circuit" shall be
greater than 1 mega ohms. The table on the next page also provides for the standard
power system alarm assignments and connection points for the RRH.
The RRH has provisions to accept six user alarms.
Important! If the DC power system does not support some of the alarms as described
below, it is strongly recommended that the customer do not connect alarms for
different equipment to these user alarms. Since these power alarms are reported back
to the core network, it is important that the customer maintains the circuit integrity to
avoid misinterpretations when reporting equipment alarms and failures. Therefore,
each specific power alarm function maintains its identity throughout the network and
should not be used for any other purpose..

Power alarm cable assignment connections


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Alarm function Alarm #


Power major User 0 Alarm
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Power alarm cable assignment connections


Alarm function Alarm #

Power minor User 1 Alarm


(PMN)

AC Fail (ACF) User 2 Alarm

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Power requirements
The power systems must provide rectification of commercial AC power to a nominal
-48V DC to power the d2U and RRH and float charge the backup batteries. The power
systems must provide uninterrupted DC power to the d2U and the RRH. In the event of
loss of AC input power, the power system must continue to provide DC power for the
duration of the battery reserve.
The following table provides the power requirements for the RRH. Typical implies that
the site is operating at normal room temperature with busy hour traffic and batteries on
float charge. Maximum implies maximum expected load with the site operating at full
traffic, extreme temperature, maximum unit-to-unit variations and batteries charging at
a high rate.
RRH power consumption

RRH power consumption


RRH Band Maximum DC power (W) Typical DC power (W)
850 460 425
1900 500 420
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Overview
Purpose
The purpose of this appendix is to provide information on fiber testing and certification.

Contents

Fiber testing and certification D-2

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Fiber requiring testing
The fiber optic cables require testing and certification:
Note: Both CPRI and Backhaul fiber must be tested and certified.
There are three kinds of fiber:
Multi Mode fiber
Single Mode, Single Fiber
Single Mode, Dual Fiber

Cleaning and inspection


All fiber cables and fiber interface devices must be inspected and cleaned prior to testing
and final connection to the IEC-61300-3-35 spec.

Requirements
All fiber cables must be tested for the following:
Length of fiber
Multi Mode 0.3 km max
Single Mode, Single Fiber: 20 km max
Single Mode, Dual Fiber: 15 km max
Number of fiber connections:
Mechanical connections
Fusion splices
Total Insertion Loss
Insertion Loss < 13 dB at any frequency
When testing Single Mode Fiber for Total Insertion Loss, both frequencies must
be tested.
Note: Testing and certification can be performed with an Optical Power Meter and
Light Source or OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer).

OTDR testing (optional)


If an OTDR is used for testing and certification the following are required:
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Note: Single end tests do not show complete detail of the far end connector. If
possible, OTDR testing should be completed from both ends of the fiber to ensure
both ends pass.
Length of fiber
Multi Mode 0.3 km max
Single Mode, Single Fiber: 20 km max
Single Mode, Dual Fiber: 15 km max
Number of fiber connections:
Mechanical connections
Fusion splices
Total Insertion Loss
Insertion Loss < 13 dB at any frequency
Note: When testing Single Mode Fiber for Total Insertion Loss, both frequencies must
be tested.
OTDR plots must be provided for each fiber and frequency.
Grid scale must be visible on plots.

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conformance statements

Overview
Purpose
This appendix provides the RRH product conformance statements.

Contents

European regulatory requirement compliance E-2


Americas Region regulatory requirement compliance E-4
Federal Communications Commission E-5
Compliances for other regions/countries E-7
Operating conditions E-8
Cable specifications E-9
Product labeling E-10

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European regulatory requirement compliance


Radio and Telecom Terminal Equipment
The RRH falls under the requirements of the Radio and Telecom Terminal Equipment
(R&TTE) European directive 1999/5/EC.
The R&TTE directive covers requirements in the following areas:
Protection of the Health and Safety of users and all other persons, including objectives
with respect to safety requirements contained in the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) protection requirements contained in Directive
89/336/EEC.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it can interfere with
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interferences do not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on.
The user is encouraged to correct any interference problems. EMC requirements have
been selected to ensure an adequate level of compatibility for apparatus in residential,
commercial, and light industrial environments. Compatibility levels, however, do not
cover extreme cases that can occur in any location, but that have a low probability of
occurrence. In particular, they may not cover cases where a source of interference that
is producing repeated transient or continuous phenomena is permanently present. This
could include, for example, a radar or broadcast site in the near vicinity. In these
cases, it may be necessary to limit the source of interference, and/or apply special
protection to the interfered part.
Note: For operation or maintenance inside Alcatel-Lucent systems, the operator must
always wear the antistatic wrist strap to maintain the integrity of the product.
Effective use of the Radio spectrum allocated to terrestrial/space radio communication
and orbital resources to avoid interference. The routes and standards used to
demonstrate compliance with these requirements are outlined in the following
paragraphs:
Node B EMC
Compliance with essential EMC requirements was demonstrated using E301489-1
& -23.
Node B radio compliance
Compliance with the requirements of effective use of the radio spectrum was
demonstrated using E301908-1 & -3.
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Node B health protection
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European Union Environmental Directives (EUED)
The RRH is manufactured according to the following two European Union
Environmental Directives:
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), 2002/95/EC
The RoHS directive restricts the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent
chromium, poly-brominated biphenyls (PBB) and poly-brominated diphenyl ethers
(PBDE) in electrical and electronic products. This directive applies to all electrical
and electronic products placed on the European Union (EU) and European Economic
Area (EEA) markets after July 1, 2006, with certain exemptions, including an
exemption for lead solder in network infrastructure equipment.
Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), 2002/96/EC
The WEEE directive mandates the necessary treatment of such equipment when it
enters end-of-life. It specifically identifies requirements for recycling, reuse, and
disposal.

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United States
The statements that follow are the product conformance statements that apply to the
Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio Head 2X60W when deployed in the Americas Region.
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Federal Communications Commission


Federal Communications Commission
Important! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Alcatel-Lucent, Inc.
could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.

FCC Part 15 Class B


Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC Part 68
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by
the ACTA. At the upper-right-hand corner inside the cabinet assembly of this equipment
is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format of
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company.

FIC 04DU9-1SN.

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SOC 6.0N

The T1 network interface on this equipment is hardwired to a punchdown block, which


meets the FCC specifications.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will
notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required.
However, if advance notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the
customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint
with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or
procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone
company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to
maintain uninterrupted service.
FCC regulations prohibit the connection of customer-provided equipment to central office
implemented systems. Connection to party lines is subject to tariffs; users should contact
their state public utility commission, public service commission, or corporation
commission for information.
If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment repair or warranty information may be
obtained by contacting:
Technical Support Services, within the United States: +1 630 224 4762, prompt 2

RF approval
This equipment complies with Part 2, Subpart J - Equipment Authorization Procedures, of
the FCC Rules.
This device complies with Part 22 Public Mobile Services, Subpart H Cellular
Radiotelephone Services.
This equipment complies with Part 24 - Personal Communications Services, Subpart E -
Broadband PCS.
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Compliances for other regions/countries
It is impossible to list all the applicable approvals/compliances as they depend on the
markets and products concerned.
Note: For more information, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent representative.

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Operating conditions
Operating conditions
The product compliance standards mentioned above are based on the following operating
conditions:
Doors must be closed and/or covers must be in place.
External cables must be of the same type as specified by Alcatel-Lucent.
The mechanical and electrical characteristics of the product must not be modified in
any way.
Any changes or modifications made to the product without written approval from
Alcatel-Lucent releases Alcatel-Lucent from responsibility regarding standards
compliance.
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Cable specifications
Cable specifications
Compliance with these standards was verified using cables as specified by
Alcatel-Lucent. The continued compliance of the product relies upon use of the correct
cabling scheme as well as use of identical type cables as specified by Alcatel-Lucent.
Refer to the installation guides for details on cable specifications.

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Product labeling
Product labeling
The product label can be located on the inside or the outside of the product, provided that
the operation and/or maintenance personnel have the information when working on the
product.

Node B labelling for European countries


To indicate compliance with the European R&TTE Directive, the RRH bears the
following label in a visible location:

Manufacturers name
Equipment designation
Nominal voltage and maximum rated current

Labelling for other regions / countries


Labelling for other regions and countries is performed as appropriate and required by the
local regulatory framework.
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Numerics

3G
Third-generation wireless
Used to describe technologies such as UMTS and CDMA-2000 that support both voice channels
and higher-capacity data channels.
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A AC
Alternating Current

ACT
Active

AGC
Automatic Gain Control

AIS
Alarm Indication Signal

AISG
Antenna Interface Standards Group

ALCAP
Access Link Control Application Protocol

ALD
Antenna Line Device

ALM
Alarm

AM
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AMP
Amplifier

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ANI
Auxiliary Network Interface

ARCNET
Attached Resource Computer Network

AS
Alarm Stop

ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange

ASIC
Application Specific Integrated Circuit

ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode

AWG
American Wire Gauge

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B BATT
Battery

BBU
Baseband Unit

BLST
Board Level Self Test

BTS
Base Transceiver Station

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C CAB
Cabinet

CAS
Channel Associated Signaling

CB
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Circuit Breaker

CBT
Computer Based Training

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CCS
Common Channel Signaling

CDMA
Code Division Multiple Access

CE
Communauts Europennes

CLGC
Closed Loop Gain Control

CLI
Command Line Interface

CM
Configuration Management

COBO
Connection Board

CPC
Common Power Converter

CPC-A
Common Power Converter type A

CPC-B
Common Power Converter type B

CPICH
Common Pilot Channel

CPRI
Common Public Radio Interface

CPU
Central Processing Unit

CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check

CSU
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CTU
Common Timing Unit

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D DC
Direct Current

DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DIN
Deutsche Industrienorm (German Standard)

DIP
Dual Inline Package

DN
Distinguished Names

DoC
Declaration of Conformity

DRM
Dual Radio Module

DS1
Digital Signal level 1 (a 1.544 Mbps digital signal sometimes called T1)

DSN
Digital Shelf Number

DSP
Digital Signal Processor

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E E1
2048 kbps digital line

EAC
Equipment Antenna Connector

EBID
Electronic Board ID

EC
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European Community

EEC
European Economic Community

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EEPROM
Electrically Erasable PROM

EER
Excessive Error Rate

EFIM
Enhanced Facilities Interface Module

EIR
Equipment Identification Register

EM
Event Management

EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility

EMF
Electromagnetic Field

EN
European Norm

ESD
Electrostatic Sensitive Device
Electrostatic Discharge

ETS
European Telecommunications Standard

ETSI
European Telecommunication Standards Institute

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F FAC
Filter Access Card

FAC
Fresh Air Cabinet of OD

FCC
Federal Communications Commission
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Fully Distinguished Name

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FFS
Flash File System

FIMS-UT
Flexent Integrated Maintenance System for UTRAN

FLY
Flywheel

FPGA
Field Programmable Gate Array

FRU
Field Replaceable Unit

FTP
File Transfer Protocol
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G GIM
Growth Interface Module

GPS
Global Positioning System

GRS
GPS Reference Server

GUI
Graphical User Interface

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H HEX
Heatexchanger

HPDA
High Power Distribution Assembly

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I ID
Identifier
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International Electrotechnical Committee

IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

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iLAM
international Linear Amplifier Module

ILC
Init Link Configuration Controller

ILCP
Init Link Configuration Controller Parameter

IMA
Inverse Multiplexing for ATM

IOU
Input Output Unit

IP
Internet Protocol

IPOA
Internet Protocol Over ATM

ITU
International Telecommunications Union

ITU-T
International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector

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L LAM
Linear Amplifier Module

LAN
Local Area Network

LC
Liquid Crystal

LCD
Local Configuration Data
Liquid Crystal Display

LDN
Local Distinguished Name
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Light Emitting Diode

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LIU
Line Interface Unit

LMT
Local Maintenance Terminal

LNA
Low Noise Amplifier

LOS
Loss Of Signal

LUN
Logical Unit Number

LVBD
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect
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M MAC
Media Access Control

MCC
Main Cluster Controller

MCPA
Multiple Carrier Power Amplifier

MCR
Multi-Carrier Radio

MF
Mains Failure

MIB
Management Information Base

MMT
Main Maintenance Terminal

MO
Managed Object
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Maintenance Replaceable Unit

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N NBAP
Node B Application Part

NE
Network Element

NIC
Network Interface Card

NL
No Load

Node B
UMTS Base Station

NUA
Non-Urgent Alarm

NVM
Non-Volatile Memory

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O OA&M
Operations, Administration and Maintenance

OCM
OneBTS CPRI Module

OM
Oscillator Module

OMA
Oscillator Module Asynchronous

OMQ
Oscillator Module Quartz

OMQM
OMQ Mezzanine

OMR
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OOF
Out Of Frame

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OTDR
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer

OVP
Overvoltage Protection

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P PA
Power Amplifier

PC
Personal Computer
Power Control

PCB
Printed Circuit Board

PD
Predistortion

PDA
Power Distribution Assembly

PDM
Power Distribution Module

PDP
Power Distribution Panel

PLL
Phase Locked Loop

PODB
Primary Protection Module for URC II Applications

PROM
Programmable Read Only Memory

PSAX
PacketStar Access Concentrator

PSC
Power System Controller
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Power Supply Unit

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PWB
Printed Wire Board

PWR
Power

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R R&TTE
Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
Radio and TTE Directive

RCD
Residual Current Device

RDN
Relative Distinguished Name

RECT
Rectifier

RET
Remote Electrical Tilt

RF
Radio Frequency

RFA
Rectifier Fail Alarm

RM
Rectifier Module

RMT
Remote Maintenance Tool

ROM
Read Only Memory

RRH
Remote Radio Head

RS
Recommended Standard (as in RS-485)
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RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indicator

RTC
Real Time Clock

RX
Receiver, Receive side

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S SBS
Smart Battery Specification
Standby Battery System

SECB
Secondary Protection Module for URC II Applications
Severely Errored Cell Block (measurement parameter, according to the definition given in ITU-T
Recommendation I.356)

SFP
Small Form Factor Pluggable

SMLC
Serving Mobile Location Centre

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T T1
1544 kbps digital line

TBR
Technical Basis of Regulation

TDMA
Time Division Multiple Access

TDU
Test and Diagnostic Unit

TEMP
Temperature

TGC
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Transceiver Group Control

TGCP
Trunk Group Controller Parameter

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TGM
Trunk Group Member

TIM
Transmission Interface Module

TSSI
Transmitter Signal Strength Indicator

TTE
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment

TTLNA
Tower Top Low Noise Amplifier

TX
Transmitter, Transmit side
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U UA
Urgent Alarm

UARFCN
UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number

UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter

UCR
UMTS CDMA Radio

UCU
UMTS Channel Unit

UL
Underwriters Laboratories

UMC
Universal Master Controller

UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
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Universal Radio Controller

US
United States

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USIM
UMTS Subscriber Identity Module

USL
Universal Services Layer

UTRA
UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access

UTRAN
Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network

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V VC
Virtual Circuit

VCI
Virtual Circuit Identifier

VIM
Voice Interface Module

VPI
Virtual Path Identifier

VRLA
Valve Regulated Lead-Acid Battery

VSWR
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio

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W WBT
Web Based Training

WMS
Wireless Management System
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A Alarm requirements requirements on antenna ~s, fiber optic cables, 8-9
6-4
for connection, 8-3 RF antenna ~ requirements,
RF antenna ~ requirements, 6-5
Anchor holes
6-6
Connections
drill pattern, 4-1
RF jumper ~ lengths, 6-6
DC interface, C-6
mark and drill ~ for floorstand,
Cell site general information, A-2
4-1 Connectors
Checklist
specification, 4-1 RF, 3-1
cell site configuration
Antenna grounding, 7-2 view of ~, 8-4
information, B-2
Antenna requirements .............................................................
general, A-3
antenna installation, 6-4 D DC input
GPS antenna, A-9
cable grounding, 6-4 feeders, C-6
grounding, A-5
cables, 6-4 power, C-6
power source, A-4
constraints on antenna requirements, C-6
punch list, A-11, A-12
position, 6-2
RF antenna, A-7 DC input voltage range, C-8
for location based services, 6-2
Class I stranded wire, C-6 DC non-integrated power, 5-4
general, 6-2
Clearances, 4-1, 4-1 DC power system alarms, C-10
RF cables, 6-6
Conduit Drill pattern
RF connections, 6-5
requirements, 8-3 floor stand mounting, 4-1
RF jumper cables lenghts, 6-6
Configuration multiple RRHs, 4-1
surge protection, 6-3
cell site ~ information, B-2 through bolt pole mounting,
............................................................. 4-1
Configurations
B Backup power requirements, C-9 wall mounting, 4-1
power options, 3-1
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RF, 3-1
............................................................. F Ferrules, use of ~, C-6
Connection
C Cable Fiber optic
alarm requirements, 8-3
antenna ~ grounding, 6-4 cable connections, 8-9
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Floor stand mounting ............................................................. ripple and noise, C-9
anchor holes, 4-1 O Outdoor environmental power requirements
drill pattern, 4-1 requirements, 4-1 RRH, C-12
mark and drill anchor holes, Overload trip characteristics, C-8 Power requirements
4-1 ............................................................. scope, C-2
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P Physical RF connections, 3-1 system interface, C-4
G General requirements, 8-2 Pole mounting transient load response, C-9
General site requirements, 4-1 requirements for ~, 4-1 transient surge protection,
Grounding C-10
site requirements, 4-1
antenna cable ~ requirements, Primary protection
Position
6-4 indoor, 8-3
constraints on antenna ~, 6-2
concrete pad grounding, 7-4 outdoor, 8-3
Power
DC power ~, C-10 Punch down positions
electrical rating, 5-2
electrode requirements, 7-4 User Alarms, 8-8, 8-9
options, 5-2
exothermic weld, 7-4 .............................................................
requirements, 5-2
general requirements, 7-2
Power consumption, 5-3 R Requirements
rooftop grounding, 7-5
Power options, 3-1 alarm connection, 8-3
wall mount, 7-7
Power requirements cable support and racks, 4-1
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backup ~, C-9 conduit, 8-3
H Hardware for pole mounting, 4-1
power requirements
for floor stand mounting, 4-1 for wall mounting, 4-1
D2U, C-12
for pole mounting, 4-1 general, 8-2
Power requirements
for strut mounting, 4-1 general site ~, 4-1
DC feeders, C-6
for wall mounting, 4-1 structural ~, 4-1
DC grounding, C-10
High voltage shutdown, C-9 RF antenna
DC input, C-6
............................................................. cable requirements, 6-6
DC input power, C-6
I Inrush current DC input surge, C-7 connection requirements, 6-5
DC input, C-7 DC input voltage range, C-8 jumper cable lengths, 6-6
............................................................. general, C-4 RF configurations, 3-1

L Load response, C-9 high voltage shutdown, C-9 RF connections, 3-1


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Location based services interface, C-4 Ripple and noise, C-9

antenna requirements for ~, 6-2 overload trip characteristics, RRH clearances


C-8 graphic, 4-1
reference documents, C-2 value, 4-1
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RRH heat dissipation, 4-1 .............................................................

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S Signal primary protection DC input, C-8


indoor, 8-3 .............................................................

outdoor, 8-3 W Wall mounting


Site requirements drill pattern for ~, 4-1
for pole mounting, 4-1 grounding system, 7-7
for wall mounting, 4-1 hardware for ~, 4-1
general ~, 4-1 requirements for ~, 4-1
outdoor environment, 4-1 strain relief bracket, 4-1
Strut mounting view of bracket/strut assembly,
hardware for ~, 4-1 4-1

procedure, 4-1 Wire colors

Surge protection, 7-2 User Alarms, 8-8, 8-9

transient ~ requirements, C-10


System alarms
DC power, C-10
System interface
power, C-4
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T Through bolt

drill pattern for ~ pole


mounting, 4-1
Transient load response, C-9
Transient surge protection, C-10
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U User alarms

DC power system, C-10


User Alarms
punch down positions, 8-8, 8-9
wire colors, 8-8, 8-9

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