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ZXSDR B8200 L200

LTE Baseband Resource Unit


Hardware Description

Version: 2.00

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.0 2010–07–31 First Edition

R1.1 2011–01–11 Remove air-filter related description

Serial Number: SJ-20100705093724-002

Publishing Date: 2010-01-11(R1.1)


Table of Contents
Preface............................................................................................................. I
Chapter 1 Cabinet Introduction................................................................. 1-1
1.1 Cabinet Structure ............................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Modules Introduction .......................................................................................... 1-1

Chapter 2 Boards........................................................................................ 2-1


2.1 Overview ........................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 CC Board .......................................................................................................... 2-2
2.2.1 CC Board Function................................................................................... 2-2
2.2.2 CC Board Front Panel .............................................................................. 2-2
2.2.3 CC Board Panel Indicators........................................................................ 2-3
2.2.4 CC Board Panel Interface ......................................................................... 2-5
2.2.5 CC Board Button ...................................................................................... 2-6
2.3 FS Board ........................................................................................................... 2-6
2.3.1 FS Board Function ................................................................................... 2-6
2.3.2 FS Board Front Panel ............................................................................... 2-7
2.3.3 FS Board Panel Indicators ........................................................................ 2-7
2.3.4 FS Board Panel Interfaces ........................................................................ 2-8
2.3.5 FS Board Button ...................................................................................... 2-8
2.4 BPL Board ......................................................................................................... 2-8
2.4.1 BPL Board Function ................................................................................. 2-8
2.4.2 BPL Board Front Panel ............................................................................. 2-8
2.4.3 BPL Board Panel Indicators ...................................................................... 2-8
2.4.4 BPL Panel Interfaces................................................................................ 2-9
2.4.5 BPL Board Button .................................................................................... 2-9
2.5 SA Board ......................................................................................................... 2-10
2.5.1 SA Board Function ................................................................................. 2-10
2.5.2 SA Board Front Panel............................................................................. 2-10
2.5.3 SA Board Panel Indicators ...................................................................... 2-10
2.5.4 SA Board Panel Interfaces ...................................................................... 2-10
2.6 FAN Module......................................................................................................2-11
2.6.1 FAN Module Function ..............................................................................2-11
2.6.2 FAN Module Front Panel..........................................................................2-11
2.6.3 FAN Module Panel Indicators ...................................................................2-11

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2.7 PM Board ........................................................................................................ 2-12
2.7.1 PM Board Function................................................................................. 2-12
2.7.2 PM Board Front Panel ............................................................................ 2-12
2.7.3 PM Board Panel Indicators ..................................................................... 2-13
2.7.4 PM Board Panel Interfaces ..................................................................... 2-13

Chapter 3 Cables ........................................................................................ 3-1


3.1 DC Power Cable ................................................................................................ 3-1
3.2 PE Cable ........................................................................................................... 3-1
3.3 S1/X2 Cable ...................................................................................................... 3-2
3.4 RF Cable ........................................................................................................... 3-3
3.5 Dry Contact Cable .............................................................................................. 3-3
3.6 GPS Jumper ...................................................................................................... 3-4

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III
Glossary .........................................................................................................V

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Preface
Purpose
At first, thank you for choosing ZXSDR B8200 L200 of ZTE Corporation!
ZXSDR B8200 L200 is a LTE FDD baseband resource unit. It is based on the LTE unified
platform of SDR, adopts the MicroTCA architecture, and supports the 2U baseband unit.
ZXSDR B8200 L200 adopts distributed base station mode and thus save
operation/maintenance cost and equipment room expense. When ZXSDR B8200 L200
combined with the corresponding eRRU, they perform the whole function of eNodeB.
eNodeB implements such functions as radio resource management, data stream IP
header compression and encryption, attach progress selection, user plane data routing,
data scheduling and transmission, and mobility management.
This manual mainly describes the function and structure of the chassis, module, cable of
ZXSDR B8200 L200.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who want to familiar with hardware
of ZXSDR B8200 L200.

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this document effectively, users should have a general understanding of wireless
telecommunications technology. Familiarity with LTE wireless network and its related
components is helpful.

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:

Chapter Summary

Chapter 1 Cabinet Introduction Describes structure of the cabinet

Chapter 2 Boards Describes all boards and modules of ZXSDR B8200 L200

Chapter 3 Cables Describes all cables of ZXSDR B8200 L200

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Chapter 1
Cabinet Introduction
Table of Contents
Cabinet Structure .......................................................................................................1-1
Modules Introduction ..................................................................................................1-1

1.1 Cabinet Structure


ZXSDR B8200 L200 chassis consists of the chassis body, backplane, and rear cover.
Figure Figure 1-1 shows the external structure of ZXSDR B8200 L200.

Figure 1-1 Cabinet Structure

1. Rear cover 2. Backplane 3. Chassis Body

1.2 Modules Introduction


The components of ZXSDR B8200 L200 chassis mainly consists of the shelf, power
module, fan module. Figure 1-2 shows the typical configuration of ZXSDR B8200 L200.

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Figure 1-2 Modules Introduction

1. Power module 3. FAN module 5. CC board


2. Shelf 4. BPL board 6. SA module

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Chapter 2
Boards
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................2-1
CC Board ...................................................................................................................2-2
FS Board....................................................................................................................2-6
BPL Board..................................................................................................................2-8
SA Board..................................................................................................................2-10
FAN Module .............................................................................................................2-11
PM Board .................................................................................................................2-12

2.1 Overview
ZXSDR B8200 L200 board can be classified into the following types:
l Control and clock board: CC
l Fabric switch board: FS
l Baseband pool board: BPL
l Power module: PM
l Site alarm module: SA
l Fan module: FAN
ZXSDR B8200 L200 typical boards configuration is as shown in Table 2-1.

Table 2-1 Typical Board Configuration

Board Number Description

CC 1 Control and clock board

BPL 1 or 3 Baseband processing for LTE board

PM 1 Power module

FAN 1 Fan module

SA 1 Site Alarm board

ZXSDR B8200 L200 also supports boards/modules configurations listed below:

l 1xCC, 3xBPL, 2xPM, 1xFAN, 1xSA


l 2xCC, 3xBPL, 2xPM, 1xFAN, 1xSA, 1xFS

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2.2 CC Board
2.2.1 CC Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be configured with maximum 2 CC boards for 1+1 redundancy.
There are three main functional modules: a GE switch module, a GPS and clock module,
and a transmission module.

GE switch module
The GE switch module is made as a switching network between CC board and baseband
processing board. User data, control and maintenance signals between CC board and
baseband processing board are all transmitted through this module.

GPS and Clock module


The GPS receiver can be integrated in CC board. The GPS and Clock module support
following functions:
l Synchronizing with various external reference clocks, including the GPS clock and the
clock provided by BITS, IEEE 1588, etc.
l Generating and delivering the clock signal to other modules.
l Providing GPS receiver interface and managing the GPS receiver.
l Providing a real-time timing for system operation and maintenance; the real-time
timing can be calibrated by O&M or GPS.

Transmission modules
Transmission modules support following functions:
l Implementing data switching for service data and control flow within the system.
l S1/X2 interface protocol processing.
l Supporting primary/slave boards hot backup.
l Provide GE/FE physical interfaces.

Other Function
CC board provide other function besides previously mentioned ones:
l Managing software versions of boards and programmable components, and
supporting local and remote software upgrade.
l Monitoring, controlling and maintaining of the base station system, providing LMT
interface.
l Supervising the running status of each board within the system.
l Inventory management.

2.2.2 CC Board Front Panel


CC board font panel is as shown in Figure 2-1.

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Figure 2-1 CC Board Front Panel

2.2.3 CC Board Panel Indicators


Table 2-2 describes indicators on CC panel.

Table 2-2 CC Indicator Description

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Indicates the l On: CC starts to run and tries to obtain the
running state logical address
l Blinking slowly (on for 1.5 s and off for 1.5 s):
Basic process of the CC is being powered on
l Blinking normally (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s):
CC is already powered on and works normally
l Blinking slowly (on for 2 s and off for 2 s): CC
is performing the active/standby pre-switching
in the case of two CCs
l Blinking slowly (on for 1 s and off for 1 s): CC is
performing the active/standby switching in the
case of two CCs
l Blinking quickly (on for 70 ms and off for 70
ms): Communication between the active CC
and OMP or standby CC failed
l Off: Indicates that the self-check fails

ALM Red Indicates the alarm l Blinking periodically (5 Hz): Indicates that
critical and major alarms are generated
l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Indicates that minor
and warning alarms are generated
l Off: Indicates that no alarms are generated

MS Green Indicates the l On: Indicates that the board is at active state
active/standby state l Off: Indicates that the board is at standby state

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LED Color Meaning Description

REF Green Indicates the GPS l On: Indicates that the antenna feeder system
antenna state or works normally
2 MHz status. It l Off: Indicates that the antenna feeder system
also shows the and the satellite work normally and are being
connection states initialized
of the SMA port on l Blinking slowly (on for 1.5s and off for 1.5s):
the corresponding Indicates that the antenna feeder system is
panel. disconnected
l Blinking quickly (on for 0.3s and off for 0.3s):
Indicates that the antenna feeder system works
normally but can not receive signals from the
satellite
l Blinking slowly (on for 2.5s and off for 2.5s):
The antenna is disconnected
l Blinking quickly (on for 70 ms and off for 70
ms): Indicates that no messages are received
during the initialization

ETH0 Green Indicates the link l On: Indicates that the physical link of
states of the ETH0 S1/X2/OMC network port (electrical port, or
interface. optical port) is normal
l Off: Indicates that the physical link of
S1/X2/OMC network port is broken

ETH1 Green Indicates the link l On: Indicates that the physical link of
states of the ETH1 DEBUG/CAS/LMT interface is normal
interface. l Off: Indicates that physical link of
DEBUG/CAS/LMT interface is broken

E0S Green Indicates 0~3 E1/T1 l During the first second, blinking one time
link states means the first E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the third second, blinking two times
means the second E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the fifth second, blinking three times
means the third E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the seventh second, blinking four times
means the fourth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.

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LED Color Meaning Description

E1S Green Indicates 4~7 E1/T1 l During the first second, blinking one time
link states means the fifth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the third second, blinking two times
means the sixth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the fifth second, blinking three times
means the seventh E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.
l During the seventh second, blinking four times
means the eighth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.

E2S Green Indicates 8~11 l During the first second, blinking one time
E1/T1 link states means the ninth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the third second, blinking two times
means the tenth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.
l During the fifth second, blinking three times
means the eleventh E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.
l During the seventh second, blinking four times
means the twelfth E1 is normal. Off means the
E1 is not available.

E3S Green Indicates 12~15 l During the first second, blinking one time
E1/T1 link states means the thirteenth E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.
l During the third second, blinking two times
means the fourteenth E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.
l During the fifth second, blinking three times
means the fifteenth E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.
l During the seventh second, blinking four times
means the sixteenth E1 is normal. Off means
the E1 is not available.

HS - - Reserved

2.2.4 CC Board Panel Interface


Table 2-3 describes the interfaces on the CC panel.

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Table 2-3 CC Board Panel Interface

Interface Description

ETH0 ETH0 is used for S1/X2 connection. It is an Ethernet electrical interface


(Adaptive to 100 M/1000 M automatically). ETH0 and TX/RX interfaces
are exclusively used to each other.

DEBUG/CAS/LMT DEBUG/CAS/LMT is used for eBBU cascading, debugging, and local


maintenance. ETH1 is an Ethernet electrical interface (Adaptive to 10 M/100
M/1000 M automatically).

TX/RX TX/RX is used for S1/X2 connection. It is an Ethernet optical interface


(supports 1000 BASE-LX/SX or 100 BASE-FX). TX/RX and ETH0 interfaces
are exclusively used to each other.

EXT EXT is mainly used for external GPS receiver or clock extension.

REF REF is used for GPS antenna interface or BITS clock interface.

USB Data updating.

2.2.5 CC Board Button


RST and M/S,two buttons are there on CC board front panel.

RST
RST is used to reset CC board.

M/S
M/S is used to make active/standby switch.

2.3 FS Board
2.3.1 FS Board Function
FS board is fabric switch board which provide baseband optical interface between eBBU
and eRRU, and processes the IQ signal.

FS board has the following functions:


l Receives signal from the rear board in the downlink and retrieve data and timing.
l Multiplexes received data and retrieve I/Q signal.
l I/Q mapping in the downlink and multiplexing I/Q signal to optical signals.
l Receives I/Q in uplink and de-multiplexing/mapping into I/Q signal.
l Transmits multiplexed I/Q signal to BP.
l Exchanges CPU interface signaling through HDLC interface with RR.

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2.3.2 FS Board Front Panel


FS board front panel is as shown in Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2 FS Board Front Panel

2.3.3 FS Board Panel Indicators


Table 2-4 describes indicators on FS panel.

Table 2-4 FS Indicator Description

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Indicates board l Always On: Indicates that FS is at reset state.
running state l Blinking periodically (2 Hz): Indicates that FS is
downloading software.
l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Indicates that FS
working state is normal.
l OFF: Power on failed.

ALM Red Indicates board l Blinking periodically (5 Hz): Indicates that


alarm critical and major alarms are generated.
l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Indicates that minor
and warning alarms are generated.
l Always ON: Board self-check failed.
l Off: Indicates that no alarms are generated.

HS - - Reserved

M/S Green Indicates board l Always ON: Indicates that the board is at active
active/standby state state.
l Off: Indicates that the board is at standby state.

SCS Green Indicates system l Always ON: System clock is normal.


clock running state l OFF: System clock is abnormal.

FLS Green Indicates forward l Always ON: Forward baseband link works
baseband link is normally.
normal or not l OFF: Forward baseband link works abnormally.

RLS Green Indicates reverse l Always ON: Reverse baseband link works
baseband link is normally.
normal or not l OFF: Reverse baseband link works abnormally.

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2.3.4 FS Board Panel Interfaces


There are 6 pairs of optical interfaces on the FS board, which are mainly used to connect
to eRRU.

2.3.5 FS Board Button


RST button is used to reset FS board.

2.4 BPL Board


2.4.1 BPL Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be installed with 1 to 3 BPL boards. One BPL can deal with 20
MHz LTE bandwidth with 3 cells and this configuration can meet the requirements of most
operators. BPL processes LTE baseband protocol specified by 3GPP R8.
BPL board’s main functions are:

l Processing physical layer protocol.


l Providing uplink/downlink I/Q signal.
l Processing MAC, RLC and PDCP protocol.

2.4.2 BPL Board Front Panel


BPL board front panel is as shown in Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3 BPL Board Front Panel

2.4.3 BPL Board Panel Indicators


Table 2-5 describes BPL board panel indicators.

Table 2-5 BPL Board Panel Indicators

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Board running l Always ON: BPL is at powering on stage


state l Blinking periodically (0.5 Hz): BPL is downloading
software
l Blinking periodically (0.3 s ON, 0.3 s OFF): BPL
working state is normal
l OFF: BPL power on failed

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LED Color Meaning Description

ALM Red Board alarm l Blinking periodically (70 ms ON, 70 ms OFF): Critical
and major alarms are generated
l Blinking periodically (1500 ms ON, 1500 ms OFF):
Minor and warning alarms are generated
l Always ON: BPL self-check failed
l Off: No alarms are generated

HS - - Reserved

BLS Green Backplane link l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): TDM physical links
state between BPL board and FS board are normal
l Always ON: TDM physical links between BPL board
and FS board are abnormal
l OFF: There is no TDM signal

BSA Green Board running l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Physical links between
state CPU and DSP are normal
l Blinking periodically (2 Hz): Physical links between
CPU and DSP are abnormal
l Always ON: SRIO SW ACKID error
l OFF: Physical links between CPU and DSP are
broken

LNK Green Ethernet link l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Ethernet physical links
states between BPL and CC are normal
l OFF: Ethernet physical links between CPU and DSP
are broken are broken

CST Green CPU running l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): CPU runs normally
state l OFF: CPU runs abnormally

OF0~ Green Optical l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Optical interface runs


OF2 interface normally
running state l Always ON: Optical interface runs abnormally
l Off: Los of signal

2.4.4 BPL Panel Interfaces


There are 3 pairs of optical interfaces on the BPL board, which are mainly used to connect
to eRRU.

2.4.5 BPL Board Button


RST button is used to reset BPL board.

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2.5 SA Board
2.5.1 SA Board Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 is configured with 1 Site Alarm (SA) board. The board will be managed
by CC board.
The main function of SA board are:
l Responsible for fan speed control and alarming.
l Providing external interfaces.
l Monitoring serial interface.
l Monitoring boards’ temperature.
l Providing dry contacts and the lightening protection for the external interfaces.

2.5.2 SA Board Front Panel


SA board front panel is as shown in Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-4 SA Board Front Panel

2.5.3 SA Board Panel Indicators


Table 2-6 describes SA board panel indicators.

Table 2-6 SA Board Panel Indicators

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Board running l Always ON: Indicates that SA board is at reset state.
state l Blink (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s repeatedly:
Indicates that SA board runs normally
l Off: Indicates that SA board self-check failed.

ALM Red Board alarm l Always ON: Indicates that alarms are generated
state on SA board.
l Off: Indicates that no alarm is generated on SA
board.

2.5.4 SA Board Panel Interfaces


There is one RS485/232 interface on SA board panel, which is mainly used as monitoring.

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2.6 FAN Module


2.6.1 FAN Module Function
ZXSDR B8200 L200 is configured with 1 Fan Module(FAN). The main functions of FAN
are:
l Fan speed auto-adjustment according to the equipment working temperature.
l Monitor, control and fan state reporting.

2.6.2 FAN Module Front Panel


FAN module front panel is as shown in Figure 2-5.

Figure 2-5 FAN Module Front Panel

2.6.3 FAN Module Panel Indicators


Table 2-7 describes FAN Module panel indicators.

Table 2-7 FAN Module Panel Indicators

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Running state l Always ON: FAN is powered on and is not
controlled by SA board.
l Blinking (on for 0.3 s and off for 0.3 s): FAN is
controlled by SA board.
l Off: FAN is not powered on.

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LED Color Meaning Description

ALM Red Alarm state If ALM indicator is ON:


l If RUN LED is on, it indicates that FAN is powered
on and is not controlled by SA board.
l If RUN LED is blinking normally (ON for 0.3 s
and OFF for 0.3 s), it indicates that FAN module
works abnormally.
If ALM indicator is OFF:
l If RUN LED is OFF, it indicates that FAN is not
powered ON.
l If RUN LED is blinking normally (ON for 0.3 s
and OFF for 0.3 s), it indicates that FAN works
normally.

2.7 PM Board
2.7.1 PM Board Function
Power Module (PM) is in charge of the presence state detection of all the other boards,
providing or removing the power to or from the other boards.
ZXSDR B8200 L200 can be configured with 2 PMs, working with 1+1 redundancy mode,
or load-balancing when the power consumption of the eBBU frame is beyond the rated
output power of a single PM.
PM has the following functions:
l Providing two kinds of DC output voltage: 3.3 V for Management Power (MP) and 12
V for Payload Power (PP).
l Reset all of the other boards in eBBU frame under the control of man-machine
commands.
l Detecting the presence/absence state of all the other boards in eBBU frame.
l Providing protection of input over-voltage/under-voltage.
l Providing protection of output over-current and overload power management.

2.7.2 PM Board Front Panel


PM board front panel is as shown in Figure 2-6.

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Figure 2-6 PM Board Front Panel

2.7.3 PM Board Panel Indicators


Table 2-8 describes PM board panel indicators.

Table 2-8 PM Board Panel Indicators

LED Color Meaning Description

RUN Green Board running l Always ON: Board is at reset state


state l Blinking periodically (1 Hz): Board runs normally
l Blinking periodically (2 Hz): Communicates
normally between with PM board and CC board
l Off: Board self-check failed.

ALM Red Board alarm l Always ON: Alarms are generated on PM board.
state l Off: No alarm is generated on PM board.

2.7.4 PM Board Panel Interfaces


PM board panel interfaces are illustrated in Table 2-9.

Table 2-9 PM Board Panel Interfaces

Interface Description

MON Debugging interface, RS232 interface

-48V/-48VRTN -48V input

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Chapter 3
Cables
Table of Contents
DC Power Cable ........................................................................................................3-1
PE Cable....................................................................................................................3-1
S1/X2 Cable ...............................................................................................................3-2
RF Cable....................................................................................................................3-3
Dry Contact Cable ......................................................................................................3-3
GPS Jumper ..............................................................................................................3-4

3.1 DC Power Cable


DC power cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to external power distributed
unit. The overall appearance of DC power cable is as shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1 DC Power Cable

Table 3-1 describes the cable signal relations of DC power cable.

Table 3-1 Cable Signal Relation

Name Signal Description End A End B

-48 V RTN Voltage: 0 VDC A1 Black conductor

-48 V Voltage: -48 VDC A2 Blue conductor

3.2 PE Cable
PE cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to the grounding network, so as to
provide protection and ensure personal safety. PE cable is a 16 mm2 yellow-green cable
with TNR terminals at both ends.

The PE cable overall appearance is as shown in Figure 3-2.

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Figure 3-2 PE Cable Appearance

3.3 S1/X2 Cable


S1/X2 cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to core network, or peer eNodeB,
or transport devices. It can either be Ethernet cable or optical fiber.

S1/X2 Optical Fiber


S1/X2 optical fiber can either be single-mode or multi-mode, and it adopts LC type
connector. The cable overall appearance is as shown in Figure 3-3.

Figure 3-3 S1/X2 cable Appearance

S1/X2 Ethernet Cable


The overall S1/X2 Ethernet cable is as shown in Figure 3-4.

Figure 3-4 S1/X2 Ethernet Cable

Table 3-2 illustrates the Ethernet cable signal relations.

Table 3-2 Ethernet Cable Signal Relations

End A Definition Color End B

1 ETH-TR1+ White/Orange 1

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End A Definition Color End B

2 ETH-TR1- Orange 2

3 ETH-TR2+ White/Green 3

4 ETH-TR3+ Green 4

5 ETH-TR3- White/Blue 5

6 ETH-TR2- Blue 6

7 ETH-TR4+ White/Brown 7

8 ETH-TR4- Brown 8

Note:
OMC maintenance cable adopts the same signal relation as described in S1/X2 Ethernet
cable.

3.4 RF Cable
RF cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to eRRU. The overall appearance of
RF cable is as shown in Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 RF Cable Appearance

End A is used for connecting to eRRU and end B used for connecting to ZXSDR B8200
L200.

3.5 Dry Contact Cable


Dry contact cable is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to external monitoring device,
and thus receive dry contact data from external device or send dry contact data to external
device.

Dry contact cable overall appearance is as shown in Figure 3-6. End A of the cable is
DB25 connector.

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Figure 3-6 Dry Contact Cable Appearance

Table 3-3 describes the signals of an input dry-contact cable.

Table 3-3 Dry Contact Cable Signals Relation

Signal Pin ( End A) Color

I_SWIO0 1 White
GND 14 Blue

I_SWIO1 2 White
GND 15 Orange

I_SWIO2 3 White
GND 16 Green

I_SWIO3 4 White
GND 17 Brown

I_SWIO4 5 Red
GND 18 Blue

I_SWIO5 6 Red
GND 19 Orange

B_SWIO1 7 Red
GND 20 Green

B_SWIO2 8 Red
GND 21 Brown

– 9 –
– 22 –

– 10 –
– 23 –

1. B_SWIO1~B_SWIO2 indicates channels 1-2 dry-contact input/output


2. I_SWIO0–I_SWIO5 indicates the channels 1-6 dry-contact input

3.6 GPS Jumper


GPS feeder jumper is used for connecting ZXSDR B8200 L200 to GPS antenna.

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There are two types of GPS feeder jumper: SMA(M)-N(M) and SMA(M)-SMA(M).
SMA(M)-N(M) is used for connecting to the lightning arrester and SMA(M)-SMA(M) used
for connecting to the power splitter.
GPS Jumper is as shown in Figure 3-7.

Figure 3-7 GPS Jumper

1. The top figure is the 2. The bottom figure is the


SMA(M)-N(M) , connects to SMA(M)-SMA(M), connects
the lightning arrester to the power splitter.

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Figures
Figure 1-1 Cabinet Structure..................................................................................... 1-1
Figure 1-2 Modules Introduction................................................................................ 1-2
Figure 2-1 CC Board Front Panel.............................................................................. 2-3
Figure 2-2 FS Board Front Panel .............................................................................. 2-7
Figure 2-3 BPL Board Front Panel ............................................................................ 2-8
Figure 2-4 SA Board Front Panel ............................................................................ 2-10
Figure 2-5 FAN Module Front Panel........................................................................ 2-11
Figure 2-6 PM Board Front Panel ........................................................................... 2-13
Figure 3-1 DC Power Cable ...................................................................................... 3-1
Figure 3-2 PE Cable Appearance ............................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-3 S1/X2 cable Appearance ......................................................................... 3-2
Figure 3-4 S1/X2 Ethernet Cable .............................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-5 RF Cable Appearance ............................................................................. 3-3
Figure 3-6 Dry Contact Cable Appearance................................................................ 3-4
Figure 3-7 GPS Jumper ............................................................................................ 3-5

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Tables
Table 2-1 Typical Board Configuration....................................................................... 2-1
Table 2-2 CC Indicator Description............................................................................ 2-3
Table 2-3 CC Board Panel Interface.......................................................................... 2-6
Table 2-4 FS Indicator Description ............................................................................ 2-7
Table 2-5 BPL Board Panel Indicators....................................................................... 2-8
Table 2-6 SA Board Panel Indicators....................................................................... 2-10
Table 2-7 FAN Module Panel Indicators .................................................................. 2-11
Table 2-8 PM Board Panel Indicators ...................................................................... 2-13
Table 2-9 PM Board Panel Interfaces...................................................................... 2-13
Table 3-1 Cable Signal Relation ................................................................................ 3-1
Table 3-2 Ethernet Cable Signal Relations ................................................................ 3-2
Table 3-3 Dry Contact Cable Signals Relation........................................................... 3-4

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Glossary
3GPP
- 3rd Generation Partnership Project
CPU
- Central Processing Unit
DC
- Direct Current
DSP
- Digital Signal Processor
FDD
- Frequency Division Duplex
FE
- Fast Ethernet
GE
- Gigabit Ethernet
GPS
- Global Positioning System

HDLC
- High-level Data Link Control

IP
- Internet Protocol
LMT
- Local Maintenance Terminal
LTE
- Long Term Evolution
MAC
- Medium Access Control
MicroTCA
- Micro Telecommunication Computing Architecture
PDCP
- Packet Data Convergence Protocol

RF
- Radio Frequency
RLC
- Radio Link Control

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SDR
- Software Defined Radio
TNR
- Non Insulated Ring Terminals
eNodeB
- Evolved NodeB
eRRU
- evolved Remote Radio Unit

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