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1.1 GBSS Site deployment ........................................................................................ 5
1.2 GBSS Application ............................................................................................... 13
1.2.1 GSM / UMTS BBU hardware information ................................................. 13
1.2.2 Activate Site and Block Cells .................................................................... 14
1.2.3 Verify the Transmission ............................................................................ 15
1.2.4 E1 onsite Cabling ..................................................................................... 18
1.2.5 Check the BTS Hardware Status ............................................................. 19
1.2.6 Check the BTS Software Status ............................................................... 19
1.2.7 Cross Fiber check ................................................................................... 20
1.2.8 Unblock Cell after RF Swap Jumper ........................................................ 21
1.2.9 Monitor Channel Status ........................................................................... 21
1.2.10 VSWR Test ............................................................................................ 21
1.2.11 Check Number of Jumpers with Site Team ............................................ 22
1.2.12 Run GSM RNO Scripts ........................................................................ 23
1.2.13 Bind GSM and UMTS sites .................................................................... 23
1.2.14 Checking MBTS Data Consistency ........................................................ 24
1.2.15 Consistency Prerequisite........................................................................ 24
1.2.16 Consistency Rules ................................................................................. 24
1.2.17 Consistency Procedure .......................................................................... 24
1.2.18 GSM Antenna Part Configuration .......................................................... 26
1.2.19 GSM TMA with RET Scenario ................................................................ 27
1.2.20 GSM SBT with RET Scenario ................................................................ 29
1.2.21 Set GSM BTS to Normal Mode .............................................................. 31
1.2.22 E1 Modification Guide ............................................................................ 31
1.3 UMTS Site deployment ...................................................................................... 45
1.4 UMTS Application ............................................................................................... 45
1.4.1 Allocate NodeB License ........................................................................... 45
1.4.2 Verify the UMTS Transmission ................................................................. 45
1.4.3 IP Transmission Scenario ........................................................................ 47
1.4.4 OM IP confirmation .................................................................................. 48
1.4.5 Check the NodeB Hardware Status.......................................................... 48
1.4.6 Check the NodeB Software Version ......................................................... 50
1.4.7 VSWR Test .............................................................................................. 50
1.4.8 Run NodeB Script .................................................................................... 50
1.4.9 Active the UCELL ..................................................................................... 50
1.4.10 Service Verification 3G (optional) ........................................................... 51
1.4.11 UMTS Antenna Part Configuration ......................................................... 53
1.4.12 UMTS TMA verification .......................................................................... 55
1.4.13 Check RTWP value on NodeB ............................................................... 55
1.4.14 Set NodeB to Normal Mode ................................................................... 56
1.4.15 Power lock procedure ............................................................................ 56
1.4.16 External Alarms ..................................................................................... 59

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G country V project Site solution application
Keywords:
CME, Integration Project, User Guide, Site Deployment
Abstract:
The document is focused on the description of typical configuration scenario, for
guiding the customer to accomplish complicated scenario configuration and go
through a integration/swap process for GBSS and UMTS.
List of abbreviations:
Abbreviations Full spelling Remark
CME Configuraton Management Express Huawei CM solution
CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture
CDD Cell Design Data radio planning tool
FNDT Fixed Network Documentation Tool transport planning tool
M2000 Huawei EMS
MCCM Mobile Common Configuration Management
IM Information Model
IRP Integration Reference Point
SFTP Security File Transfer Protocol
XML Extensible Mark-up Language

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Purpose: Cooperate with on-site subcontractor to verify the TDM transmission after swapping.
Precondition: The switch of BTS commissioning has finished by Vodafone D2.

E1 (TDM) Transmission Scenario , CRC4 switched ON at BSC and BTS site

BSC MML Command :

LSTBTSCRC4;

SET BTSCRC4:IDTYPE = BYID, BTSID = XX, CRC4CHK = SUPPORT;

Precondition: The E1 is configured by Vodafone D2 and the Partner has looped the E1 form site.

Operation Guide:

Step 1:
Check the E1 PORT status as follows:

Check that the port is AVAILABLE with loop ON .
This test will work with the BTS Active or in Inactive mode , as you are checking the E1 physical layer .

Step 2 :

The BTS must be active to see the LAPD Trace .

1.1. Open “Trace” tab;

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1.2. Double-click “Abis Interface CS Trace”;
1.3. In “Basics” menu choose LAPD.

1.4. Then go to “LAPD” menu;
1.5. In “LAPD Link Type” from drop-down box choose “OML”, then enter “Site ID” and set
“Direction”=Forward;

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6. Step 2 (optional): After the E1 is looped at site. In the main window you should see continuous “Send” and “Receive” messages. Technical paper Internal 1. query form BSC the port number should be Available Internal use only Page 6 . Total 50 .

1. 1. and the BSC port is Available . Technical paper Internal Step 3: Ask the on-site subcontractor to remove the loop when the transmission is okay. You should now have connection to the GTMU and control of the BTS . Connect the E1 cables and check the LIU LEDS go out on the GTMU . Total 50 .1 E1 onsite Cabling Internal use only Page 7 .

If some Boards are in Red. 1X FAN. ( UMTS units ) 1.1. 1 X UPEU. Internal use only Page 8 . There should be the following units : GSM only – 1 X GTMU.1 X GTMU. This loads the correct files into the GTMU . GSM and UMTS . 1 X UEIU.1. Make sure all boards are in green status. After the BTS site is connected to the BSC and ACTIVATED . Operation Guide: input DSP BTSBRD MML command to get the status and software version.3 Check the BTS Software Status The Field team locally commission the BTS by USB stick . 1 X UPEU. Total 50 . please inform subcontractors to check the Board. the RRU software will be updated automatically and load from the GTMU .2 Check the BTS Hardware Status Operation Guide: Open the BTS Device Panel. 1 X UEIU. Technical paper Internal 1. 1X FAN .

to ensure the sectors are connected correctly . ask the Field team to pull out the Fiber cables on the BBU . and ( if possible ) before downtime starts .4 Cross Fiber check When the GSM site is connected to the BSC . Total 50 .1. Ensure that they look at the correct RRU to ensure the alarms go active and clear on the correct sector! Internal use only Page 9 . one by one . Technical paper Internal 1.

1.1. avoid doing this operation when the partner are doing call test. please unblock the cells. MML command: STR BTSVSWRTST Internal use only Page 10 . ADMSTAT=UNLOCK. Total 50 .1. Technical paper Internal 1. Here downtime is end for GSM part.7 VSWR Test Precondition: The Cells has activated Operation Guide: Please start the VSWR test cell by cell.1. SET GCELLADMSTAT: IDTYPE=BYID. 1.5 Unblock Cell after RF Swap Jumper Purpose: if the site has no alarms.6 Monitor Channel Status Operation Guide: While the partners are doing call test. please monitor the channel status make sure that all cells have at least one channel is green. CELLID=1. Please notice this operation will interrupt the service.

Total 50 .1.5. please inform the partner to check the connection. if bigger than 1. 1.8 Check Number of Jumpers with Site Team Operation Guide: verify the CPRI fiber connection with partner on site. Technical paper Internal The result of VSWR should less than 1.5. Check feeder connection on site: Single Feeder [1TX+1RX] Double Feeder [2TX+2RX] Check feeder configuration on BSC: Internal use only Page 11 . Make sure the fiber connection is the same as configuration.

1.1. Total 50 .1.10 Bind GSM and UMTS sites Only BIND if there are no active alarms on the UMTS and GSM sites After binding. Technical paper Internal Screen shots of MML output screen needed for good examples of all configurations – update after week 14 1. Configuration --> Multi-Mode Base Station Management --> Multi-Mode Relationship Management Internal use only Page 12 . 1.9 Run GSM RNO Scripts Huawei neighbour scripts are provided by HUAWEI RNO,run the provided script when the site is on air and inform Vodafone D2 RNO run the none Huawei neighbour scripts . here is description from CME help document. data consistence should be double-check.

see Managing the Current Data Area.1. 7. change the Target MBTS Type from ‘GUL’ to ‘GU’. 1. see Rules for Checking MBTS Data Consistency (GL). 1. The dialog box for creating a consistency check task is displayed. Total 50 . and select the check rules for the check type from the Check Rules area. Open the Select Rules tab page. UL. Internal use only Page 13 . GU. 1. NOTE: You can select Apply To All to apply the preset check types and check rules to all MBTSs of the same RATs. For details.14 Consistency Procedure 1. You can change the message level as required. 6. Technical paper Internal Binding the sites: choose ‘Relationship Management’ sheet.12 Consistency Prerequisite  The data in the current data area is consistent with the data on the live network. see Rules for Checking MBTS Data Consistency (GU).1. By performing data consistency check. 4. Check the result. 5.11 Checking MBTS Data Consistency This section describes how to check the MBTS data consistency. 2. select the check type from the Check Categories area. (Optional) Set the error severity of check rules in the Check Rules area. Set the task name in Check Task Name. 1.  For details about MBTS(UL) data consistency check. choose MBTS 2. For details.  A planned data area is open and the data in the planned data area is consistent with the data in the current data area.  For details about MBTS(GL) data consistency check. 3. By default. click ‘Bind…’. Click . The available check modes are GL. click OK. choose target GBTS site and NodeB. click ‘>’.1. Select the check mode from the Check Mode drop-down list box. see Managing a Planned Data Area. the message level for a check rule is Warning. Application > MBTS Check Consistency (CME Client Mode) or CM Express > MBTS Application > MBTS Check Consistency (M2000 Client Mode).  For details about MBTS(GU) data consistency check. and GUL. see Rules for Checking MBTS Data Consistency (UL). you can check whether the configuration data of an MBTS complies with the configuration rules.13 Consistency Rules A maximum of 25 MBTSs can be checked at a time. On the menu bar of the current data area or a planned data area. The operation window is displayed.1. and select the MBTS to be checked from the MBTS list in the lower part.

None Manually modify the configuration data according to the error record. if the data of any RF channel on an RXU meets check rules. applicable when the RATs of the MBTS are GL.  Power overload: indicates whether the carrier power on the RXU can exceed the maximum hardware capacity. Then. 8. You need to re- allocate the RXU resources before the CME starts reconfiguring the data automatically. If Operation Type of a data record is displayed as. The MRRU at the GSM900 band can support larger transmit power when it works at a low temperature. Technical paper Internal The message levels are as follows:  Warning: a potential or impending service-affecting fault is detected before services are affected. The dialog box for reconfiguring the RXU resources is displayed.  Co-Power Amplifier: indicates whether the carriers in GU or GL mode can be configured on one power amplifier of the RXU. the data check is successful. NOTE: For the conflict result record of the RXU resources.  Error: a fault that currently does not affect services occurs and that a corrective action must be taken to prevent a more serious fault. Click OK. the RXU can support a larger transmit power through power sharing between carriers. (Optional. it will lead to a serious result.. Total 50 . The CME starts the data check and displays check results. The temperature can be set to 50°C in normal cases. or GUL) Set the related attributes of the TRX board on the Set MBTS Parameter tab page. data consistence should be double-check Internal use only Page 14 .. If the fault is not rectified in time. After binding. In this case. and 30°C in some specific areas with low temperature. The CME reconfigures the data automatically according to the primary technology set for the multi-mode base station. 9. In this case. Refresh Double-click the data record. If an excessive power is allowed. double-click the record. GU. You need to adhere to the following principles if a local cell is configured with two transmit channels:  The local cell does not support double transmit channels and the transmit diversity mode for the sector that the local cell belongs to is set to common mode.  Major: a service-affecting fault occurs.  Temperature: indicates the working temperature of the RXU..  The local cell supports double transmit channels and the two channels are configured for different RXUs.. you need to manually modify the data. if the data of a transmit channel on an RXU does not meet check rules.

and RET only. RET connection TMA with RET (RCU) Internal use only Page 15 . Total 50 . SBT with RET.15 GSM Antenna Part Configuration There are three antenna scenarios.1. Technical paper Internal 1. TMA with RET.

VENDORCODE="KA". BTSID=3. SCENARIO=REGULAR. ADD BTSTMA: IDTYPE=BYID. DEVICENAME="RET". DEVICENO=0. and scan result is shown. CTRLPORTSN=0. Technical paper Internal 1. CTRLPORTCN=0. PWRSUPPLYTYPE=SINGLE_PORT_POWER. CTRLPORTSRN=81.  Copy the serial number 3.1. DEVICENAME="TMA".  RUN command. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD BTSRET to add an RET antenna. DEVICENO=1. 4. Run the BSC6900 MML command DLD BTSALDFILE to download the ALD software or an RET antenna configuration file to the OMU from the FTP Server. RETTYPE=SINGLE_RET.  Click BTS Progress Information  Wait for result. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD BTSTMA to add a smart TMA. 6. CTRLPORTCN=0. it should be success  Double click that record. Run the BSC6900 MML command LOD BTSRETCFGDATA to load the configured RET antenna files from OMU of BSC to the RCU board of BTS.  Click Progress on the right top. Total 50 . Run the BSC6900 MML command STR BTSALDSCAN to scan antenna devices. SUBUNITNUM=1.16 GSM TMA with RET Scenario 1. CTRLPORTSN=0. Run the BSC6900 MML command STR BTSRXUBP to open ALD power switch. CTRLPORTSRN=81. SERIALNO=" CSC1996991 ". ADD BTSRET: IDTYPE=BYID. 5. BTSID=3. Internal use only Page 16 . CTRLPORTNO=0. 2.

Run the BSC6900 MML command DSP BTSRETSUBUNIT to display RET subunit dynamic information 10. Technical paper Internal 7. Confirm current value with the following step. TILT=25. BTSID=3. DEVICENO=1. 9. Run the BSC6900 MML command MOD BTSRETSUBUNIT to modify RET antenna subunit configuration data MOD BTSRETSUBUNIT: IDTYPE=BYID. Total 50 . Run the BSC6900 MML command CLB BTSRET to calibrate RET. SUBUNITNO=1. Internal use only Page 17 . 8.

SCENARIO=REGULAR. Run the BSC6900 MML command STR BTSRXUBP to open ALD power switch.  RUN command. Total 50 . Run the BSC6900 MML command STR BTSALDSCAN to scan antenna devices. CTRLPORTSRN=81. it should be success  Double click that record. CTRLPORTNO=0. BTSID=3. 2. CTRLPORTSN=0. Run the BSC6900 MML command ADD BTSRET to add an RET antenna.  Click BTS Progress Information  Wait for result. VENDORCODE="KA". DEVICENAME="RET". ADD BTSRET: IDTYPE=BYID. and scan result is shown.  Click Progress on the right top. DEVICENO=1.1. 4.  Copy the serial number 3. Run the BSC6900 MML command DLD BTSALDFILE to download the ALD software or an RET antenna configuration file to the OMU from the FTP Server. RETTYPE=SINGLE_RET. Internal use only Page 18 . Technical paper Internal 1.17 GSM SBT with RET Scenario 1. SERIALNO=" CSC1996991 ". CTRLPORTCN=0.

DEVICENO=1. Technical paper Internal 5. Internal use only Page 19 . 8. Run the BSC6900 MML command LOD BTSRETCFGDATA to load the configured RET antenna files from OMU of BSC to the RCU board of BTS. BTSID=3. Run the BSC6900 MML command CLB BTSRET to calibrate RET. Run the BSC6900 MML command MOD BTSRETSUBUNIT to modify RET antenna subunit configuration data MOD BTSRETSUBUNIT: IDTYPE=BYID. 7. TILT=25. SUBUNITNO=1. Confirm current value with the following step. Run the BSC6900 MML command DSP BTSRETSUBUNIT to display RET subunit dynamic information 9. Total 50 . 6.

just set with normal mode 1. Total 50 . the same procedure. but please pay attention: a) Get BTS connect information. If the state is idle or occupied that means this E1 is available.19 E1 Modification Guide for the situation that there are 2 E1s in the planning but actually VDF could only provide 1 E1 temporarily.1. b) Check the time slots status of E1s by command DSP ABISTS.18 Set GSM BTS to Normal Mode Refer: 1. all channels will be assigned to the 1st E1.1. in red oblong. once the state is failure that means the E1 is faulty. and record the E1 port No. As per the guide. Internal use only Page 20 . Technical paper Internal 1.2 SET Site Status To "Install Mode" On M2000.

e) Deactivate the site and remove the 2nd E1. Here please pay attention. the BSC has a limitation that the biggest idle time slot number you could modify each time is 128. BTSID=88. So if the idle time slot number is more than 128. SET BTSIDLETS: IDTYPE=BYID. Technical paper Internal And when you monitor the channel status. c) Check the idle time slots number by below command: LST BTSIDLETS: IDTYPE=BYID. TSCOUNT=0. CGN=0. Internal use only Page 21 . then set it to 0. Total 50 . BTSID=88. you will find nearly half channels are red. And at the bottom of the report. first set it to 128. d) Modify the idle time slot number to 0. you will see the total idle time slot number of the site.

g) Add the 2nd E1 back and recover the idle time slot number to original setting. all channels should be available. Total 50 . Internal use only Page 22 . Technical paper Internal f) Activate the site and check the channel status.

Here is attached some examples of 3G Templates. Technical paper Internal 1.2 UMTS Deployment a. The process of importing 3G templates is same as 2G. It should be imported in CME. Total 50 . Internal use only Page 23 . but it is one time activity. Precondition  3G Hardware Template Transport planning department is in charge of making 3G hardware template according to hardware configuration.  reference NodeB in Simple Collection Table Transport planning department is in charge of making reference NodeB data according to transmission scenario.

Workflow FNDT Cramer CDD 2. Technical paper Internal b.1 Fetch the Cramer file by FNDT file by manual manual 3.XUH) file we have to convert the csv file.Import simple collection table CME GUI 1. Internal use only Page 24 .1 convert the files to Huawei simple colletion table by convert tool. Import the CDD file to update the radio configuration. using the CSV Convert tool.2 Fetch the 2. 5.Create a plan in CME CME After receiving the transmission file and the radio (. covered by FNDT and Cramer in simple collection table 4.2 fill in the paramters which are not MCCM. Manually or automatically by 3. After we have converted our transmission file we proceed to completing the newly generated document. Total 50 .

Technical paper Internal For 3G the NodeB template we need to select on basis of type hardware on site which can be DBS3900 or BTS3900 with RRU or RFU and hybrid transmission. type of Ethernet port. So depending on number of E1’s. Example is shown above. Internal use only Page 25 . Total 50 . We usually choose the next available port – 56 in our case. This is how you find the ATM logic port. The most important data that has to be completed has been highlighted. no of carriers and power of carrier we need to select the right NodeB template.

Technical paper Internal This is how you find the IP Logical port. Total 50 . like we did for the ATM logical port): Internal use only Page 26 . the adjacent node ID and the SAAL links (we take the next available values.

or 1 8 0. Internal use only Page 27 . or 1 2 0 ). because that is MPU (ex can’t have 0 4 0. We have to be careful to not exceed 3 NodeBs/subsystem. we can’t choose SSN 0 . Technical paper Internal This is how we choose the subsystem where we will place our NodeB. but we can have 0 0 0 . for SN 4 and 8. Total 50 . We also need to be sure that the subrack no is not changed if the SPU slot doesn’t have 3NodeBs/Subsystem. In such a case we need to change the SPU slot and check the subsystem where we can put the new NodeB to avoid SPU overload. we should choose SPU on SR 0 . Ex: for a site on 0-18-2 . We should have the ATM transmission subrack same with the SPU subrack.

Then. in the transmission file. Total 50 . Technical paper Internal After all the important data has been completed we have to save the transmission file. we go to Add-Ins >>> Generate Site Sheet from Summary. We save again and this will be the file that we will import to the CME. Internal use only Page 28 .

Create a new planned data area in CME. Be careful to choose the correct RNC. Total 50 . Internal use only Page 29 . Step 2. Import Base Station Summary Data Table via GUI. Ensure that TISO option is unchecked. Technical paper Internal Step 1.

Total 50 . Technical paper Internal After importing the Base Station Summary Data Table we will import the NBI Data (we select the radio file): Internal use only Page 30 .

Technical paper Internal After successfully importing the radio file.XUH file sent by Vodafone so we need to add it manually. 2 3 1 4 Internal use only Page 31 . Total 50 . Modify the NTP Server IP. .Create the Multicarrier Cell group this is not created in . 2 1 2. 1. we have to do some modification in the site we just created. It should be set to the M2000 IP.

We go to the Topology >>> Main Topology >>> Right clik on our RNC >>> Maintenance Client >>> Batch. Total 50 . When exporting the MML scenario please ensure that you select the ‘’Export NodeB Configuration File’’ option. Internal use only Page 32 . 1 3 2 After these 3 modification we export the MML scenario which we will run on the corresponding RNC. Technical paper Internal c. Enable the DL64QAM parameters for local cell.

Internal use only Page 33 . Total 50 . Technical paper Internal The .xml file that is created share it with field team for onsite NodeB commissioning.

Technical paper Internal 1. There will be some delay (60 mins) while the ATM path is modified by VF. For each Site we need to check (modify if needed) license parameters (for example CE’s) before distributing them.2 Verify the UMTS Transmission Internal use only Page 34 .4. you can refer to M2000 operator guide for reference and also you can press F1 when you running M2000 client and get help from the topic of “Managing Common Licenses of NodeBs of a RAN System” ”. Here is the example for one NodeB license information: 1.4 UMTS Application The old transmission ATM has to be re-used . therefore the old UMTS site has to be off air before connecting the UMTS WMPT . 1. Total 50 .1 Allocate NodeB License Purpose: Allocate NodeB License Precondition: After the NodeB is running before the on-site subcontractor verify the service on site Step 1: For how to configure licenses.4.

Ask Vodafone D2 transmission engineer to check the transmission status. loop one E1. SN=4. ACT VCLCC: LNKT=SAALLNK. OMC checks status with DSP VCLCC. Precondition: The switch of ATM has finished by Vodafone D2. Make sure CC status is up Internal use only Page 35 . SRN=0. The on-site subcontractor had looped the E1 on NodeB side. Total 50 . VCLTYPE=CC. SAALLNKN=0. Technical paper Internal Purpose: Cooperate with on-site subcontractor to verify the ATM/IP transmission after VFD2 have modified the ATM. and cooperate with OMC. Step 2: Before patching E1 cable into BBU. and VCL Continuous Check function is enabling for one SAALLNK of site in RNC. Step 1: If possible.

Internal use only Page 36 . perform the IMA loop test as shown below . the source IP is interface board Dev IP of RNC. (Needs to be proven in live network) 1. Step 4: With all E1’s looped onsite. Technical paper Internal Step 3: Ask the on-site engineer to remove the loop when Vodafone D2 transmission engineer confirm the transmission is OK.4. Total 50 . two physical IP) after customer update transport configuration. And ping NodeB service IP after Huawei site is connected into transport network.3 IP Transmission Scenario: Service IP confirmation Step 1: Log in WEBLMT Step 2: Ping NodeB Service Gateway (one VRRP IP.

and check the IPPATH is normal or not. CHECKT=UDP. make sure all RRUs are in green status as well. ITFT=IUB. ICMPPKGLEN=64. Then open RRU physical topology in topology management of maintenance. 1. CHECKCOUNT=5. two physical IP) after customer update transport configuration.4 OM IP confirmation Step 1: Login Citrix Step 2: Ping NodeB Service Gateway (one VRRP IP. PATHCHK=ENABLED. Technical paper Internal Step 3 :Check the IPPATH ping test type The default check type is ICMP. The source IP is interface board Dev IP of RNC. we need to change it to UDP. 1. Make sure all boards are in green status. Total 50 . please inform subcontractors to check the Board. Internal use only Page 37 . if some Boards in Red.4. And ping NodeB service IP after Huawei site is connected into transport network. PERIOD=5. MOD IPPATH: ANI=x. After the change. DSP IPPATH to check the IPPATH is available or not.5 Check the NodeB Hardware Status Operation Guide: Open the NodeB Device Panel on M2000 or NodeB LMT.4. PATHID=1.

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4.9 Active the UCELL Purpose: Active the cell Precondition: The on-site subcontractor had finished the commissioning and called swap engineer in swap room to active the cell Operation Guide: Step 1: Check the cell status before active the cell by command”DSP UCELL” (need type in the cell ID) Internal use only Page 39 . Precondition: The NodeB is running in normal Operation Guide: Step 1: Check the NodeB software version by command “LST SOFTWARE” on NodeB . save the output VSWR test. 1. please contact the on-site engineer to check the connection of antenna system.7 VSWR Test Purpose: Test the VSWR by NodeB Precondition: After the on-site subcontractor verify the service on site Operation Guide: Step 1: Run VSWR test for all sectors with following example command on NodeB: STR VSWRTEST:.6 Check the NodeB Software Version Purpose: Check the NodeB software version to insure it is same as customized version.4. 1. Total 50 .8 Run NodeB Script Huawei neighbour scripts are provided by HUAWEI RNO,run the provided script when the site is on air and inform Vodafone D2 to run the none Huawei neighbour scripts . 1.4. which status is available.5. if VSWR is more than 1. Technical paper Internal 1. to check whether the version in main area is V200R013C00SPC510.4.

Technical paper Internal Step 2: Active the cell by the command “ACT UCELL” (need type in the cell ID) Step 3: Active the HSPA by the command “ACT UCELLHSDPA” and “ACT UCELLHSUPA” (need type in the cell ID) Step 4: Check the cell status after active the cell by command ”DSP UCELL” (need type in the cell ID) 1. Internal use only Page 40 . Operation Guide: Monitor >Cell performance Monitoring Step 1: Select Cell User Number in Monitor Item.10 Service Verification 3G (optional) Purpose: make sure this site is swap successfully.4. And call test is ok cell by cell. Precondition: Subcontractors have test terminals and test SIM cards. Step 2: Input Cell ID and save the logs. Total 50 .

Here is an example Here downtime is end for UMTS part Internal use only Page 41 . About PS call. one is HSDPA. Total 50 . Technical paper Internal Step 3: mare sure the value is not zero in Task ID 1-2 for voice call. make sure Task ID 1-3 and 1-4 are not zero. Step 4: save the screen and log file. the other is HSUPA.

CTRLSRN=100. SUBUNITNO=1. BAND1=BandI. VENDORCODE="HW". Run the NodeB MML command SCN ALD to scan the ALDs connected to the RRU. SERIALNO="D466020111108AC".4. GAIN1=1. SN=0. Run the NodeB MML command MOD TMADEVICEDATA to modify the TMA device data MOD TMADEVICEDATA: DEVICENO=0. 4. SCN ALD: CTRLCN=0. Internal use only Page 42 . SRN=100. SUBUNITNUM=1. Run the NodeB MML command ADD TMA to add a tower mounted amplifier (TMA) ADD TMA: DEVICENO=0. 3. CTRLSRN=100. 5. THRESHOLDTYPE=TMA24DB_AISG. CTRLSN=0. Total 50 . CTRLSN=0. Run the NodeB MML command MOD ANTENNAPORT to modify the configuration of an antenna port. CTRLCN=0. i. BEAMWIDTH1=1. PWRSWITCH=ON.11 UMTS Antenna Part Configuration There are three antenna scenarios: TMA only. more or less tens of mA. 2.UMTS TMA only scenario 1. PN=R0A. DEVICENAME="TMA". TMA with RET. Technical paper Internal 1. RET only. Run the NodeB MML command DSP ANTENNAPORT to confirm power switch is on and current value is properly. MOD ANTENNAPORT: CN=0.

GAIN1=1. CTRLCN=0. SERIALNO="D466020111108AC". Internal use only Page 43 . 8. more or less tens of mA. Technical paper Internal ii. DEVICENAME="TMA". BAND1=BandI. VENDORCODE="KA". Run the NodeB MML command DSP ANTENNAPORT to confirm power switch is on and current value is properly. 9. SERIALNO="CSD3252253". SCENARIO=REGULAR. Run the NodeB MML command SCN ALD to scan the ALDs connected to the RRU. CTRLSRN=100. CTRLSRN=100. Run the NodeB MML command CLB RET to Calibrate the RET CLB RET: OPMODE=SUBUNIT. DEVICENO=1. Run the NodeB MML command MOD RETTILT to Set the tilt of the RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) antenna MOD RETTILT: OPMODE=DEVICENO. Run the NodeB MML command MOD TMADEVICEDATA to modify the TMA device data MOD TMADEVICEDATA: DEVICENO=0. CTRLCN=0. Run the NodeB MML command ADD RET to Add a remote electrical tilt (RET) antenna ADD RET: DEVICENO=1. BEAMWIDTH1=1. PWRSWITCH=ON. PN=R0A. Run the NodeB MML command DSP RETSUBUNIT to query the dynamic information about an RET subunit. 5. RETTYPE=SINGLE_RET. TILT=100. SCN ALD: CTRLCN=0. SRN=100. CTRLSN=0. Run the NodeB MML command ADD TMA to add a tower mounted amplifier (TMA) ADD TMA: DEVICENO=0. SUBUNITNO=1. SUBUNITNO=1. Run the NodeB MML command MOD ANTENNAPORT to modify the configuration of an antenna port. MOD ANTENNAPORT: CN=0. 2. SN=0. SUBUNITNUM=1. CTRLSN=0.UMTS TMA with RET scenario 1. Total 50 . Run the NodeB MML command DLD RETCFGDATA to load the Remote Electrical Tilt Unit (RET) configuration data. 7. CTRLSN=0. 3. 10. DEVICENO=1. CTRLSRN=101. THRESHOLDTYPE=TMA24DB_AISG. VENDORCODE="HW". POLARTYPE=DUAL. 6. 4.

Run the NodeB MML command DSP RETSUBUNIT to query the dynamic information about an RET subunit. SCENARIO=REGULAR. 1. 5.UMTS RET only scenario 1. CTRLCN=0. DEVICENO=1. CTRLSN=0. SCN ALD: CTRLCN=0. Run the NodeB MML command DSP ANTENNAPORT to confirm power switch is on and current value is properly. CTRLSRN=100.4. Run the NodeB MML command ADD RET to Add a remote electrical tilt (RET) antenna ADD RET: DEVICENO=1. RETTYPE=SINGLE_RET. VENDORCODE="KA". Run the NodeB MML command DLD RETCFGDATA to load the Remote Electrical Tilt Unit (RET) configuration data. Total 50 . POLARTYPE=DUAL.13 Check RTWP value on NodeB Make the screenshot for RTWP test. The RTWP should be -106 dBm If ther TMA has been configured.12 UMTS TMA verification Run the NodeB MML command DSP TMADEVICEDATA to query the gain of the TMA. SUBUNITNO=1. CTRLSRN=101. more or less tens of mA. DEVICENO=1. 4. SRN=100. Run the NodeB MML command CLB RET to Calibrate the RET CLB RET: OPMODE=SUBUNIT. Run the NodeB MML command SCN ALD to scan the ALDs connected to the RRU. PWRSWITCH=ON. 7. SN=0. 3. the attenuator should be set to ensure the RTWP value be -106 dBm. SERIALNO="CSD3252253". Run the NodeB MML command MOD RETTILT to Set the tilt of the RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) antenna MOD RETTILT: OPMODE=DEVICENO. Run the NodeB MML command MOD ANTENNAPORT to modify the configuration of an antenna port. THRESHOLDTYPE= RET_ONLY_COAXIAL. 2. 1. CTRLSN=0. 5. TILT=100. 6. Technical paper Internal iii. Internal use only Page 44 . MOD ANTENNAPORT: CN=0.4. PN=R0A.

14 Set NodeB to Normal Mode Refer: 1. o Open Maintenance client of the NodeB o Lst LOCELL o Check how many cells there is? o Check the power and antenna for each cell o There is three scenarios 1. the same procedure. Total 50 . just set with normal mode 1.There is 6 cells all configured on antenna A in this case no need for power lock as the power for one cell is 20W and the power by default locked on 40W Internal use only Page 45 .15 Power lock procedure a.4. Obtain Power Lock Value  Obtain and calculate power lock value per power amplifier(PA) o Get STOB[watt] value from VDF.2 SET Site Status To "Install Mode" On M2000. Technical paper Internal 1.4.

The example like below: DSP TXBRANCH. The example like below:  The resetting will cost 5 to 10 minutes. Confirm the operation is successful  After RXU is back to normal. check the power lock value by MML. Set Power Lock Value  Read RXU location info by using the command LST RRU  Set power lock value for all RXU of the NodeB by MML. Technical paper Internal 2. The example like below: d. Internal use only Page 46 . Total 50 . Verify Alarm before Operation  Check all NodeB alarms on the M2000  Check all services is running normal c.There is 9 cells and in this case one antenna port power lock will be adjusted to 20W and the second one no need to adjust o So after collecting the cells data  We go to the next step b. e. Reset RXU (service of will be down for 5 to 10 minutes)  Reset all RXU of the NodeB by MML one by one.There is 6 cells divided between the two antennas and in this case the power lock value for both antenna A & B is 20W 3.

handover success rate and call drop rate and so on. immediate assignment. Total 50 . f. Confirm the service is normal  Read and compare the alarm. set the power lock back to initial value and check each operation step is correct. Technical paper Internal  If the target value is incorrect.  If anyone above is abnormal. confirm your operation and do it again. Internal use only Page 47 . Confirm there is no new alarm. Check if traffic.  Check KPI is fine. escalate to Huawei. Other vise. assignment.

3. Operation Guide: Caution: In M2000 first you need to define alarms by adding them to NE type.4. then GSM. Total 50 . The swap of GSM or UMTS part had been finished.( there might be external alarm set in RRU) external alarm. this will be done only once per one Site type (for example DBS3900 WCDMA).16 External Alarms Priority for the external alarms: LTE BBU > UMTS > GSM It means the external alarms should be connected to the LTE BBU as high priority. Define which NE type you want to add alarms for along with alarm type according to table below. Otherwise the priority is UMTS. Internal use only Page 48 . Purpose: Configure the external alarm and cooperate with on-site subcontractor to verify the external alarm Precondition: 1.xls Procedure: Step 1: Config external alarm in BSC if there is GSM logic site in this physical site Step 2: Configure external alarm in NodeB if there is only UMTS logic site in this physical site. External alarm setting list. External alarm site list is presented in OMC and subcontractor sides. 2. Technical paper Internal 1.

PN=0. NodeB or eNodeB with MML command. 1. make sure you click Apply button after setting Step 3: Configure external alarm input port in BTS. PN=0. SW=OPEN. For example. then right-click that root. BTSID=1. AVOL= HIGH. Technical paper Internal Step 1: Choose the Menu “NE Alarm Setting” (this will be done only once per one Site type) Step 2: SET the external alarm according the standard which had agreed with Vodafone D2 (this will be done only once per one Site type). SRN=0. AID=65230. At last. AID=65530. Internal use only Page 49 . select Export item. Step 2: select NE--->select object to be exported--->select save folder--->select one folder in your laptop--- >click save and export.xls file.17 Inventory Step 1: M2000 client--->Configuration--->Inventory Management.4. SN=18. SW=ON. Command to configure the external alarm trigger in BSC(GSM): SET BTSENVALMPORT: IDTYPE=BYID. PT=BOOL. SN=19. AVOL=HIGH. SRN=0. check report in your laptop when progress is 100%. Step 4: Cooperate with on-site subcontractor to verify the external alarm by checking the relevant external alarm on LMT when on-site subcontractor loop the external alarm on site according to external alarm. Total 50 . PT=BOOL. Command to configure the external alarm trigger in NodeB(UMTS): SET ALMPORT: CN=0.

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