DAS Design Specification

Includes Installation Instructions

Implementation: July 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS

5 1. PURPOSE...........................................................................................................5

2. SCOPE................................................................................................................5 3. NOTES TO DESIGN & INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS...............................5 4. OHS&E ISSUES.................................................................................................5

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5. DESIGN SPECIFICATION..................................................................................5 5.1. General DAS Description............................................................................5 5.1.1. Passive DAS.........................................................................................6 5.1.2. Active DAS..........................................................................................6 5.2. Operating Frequency Bands........................................................................6 5.2.1. Alternative frequency ranges...............................................................6 5.3. DAS Capability.............................................................................................7 5.3.1. Passive DAS.........................................................................................7 5.3.2. Active DAS...........................................................................................7 5.4. Target Coverage Area.................................................................................7 5.5. RF Levels Required.....................................................................................7 5.5.1. GSM900/UMTS 900 ............................................................................8 5.5.2. 3G850 ..................................................................................................8 5.5.3. DCS1800 .............................................................................................8 5.5.4. 3G2100 ................................................................................................8 5.6. Handover Zone............................................................................................9 5.7. DAS Configuration.......................................................................................9 5.7.1. Passive DAS Interconnect Ports..........................................................9 5.7.2. Active DAS Interconnect Ports...........................................................10 5.8. Radiated Power Levels..............................................................................10 5.8.1. Passive DAS.......................................................................................10 5.8.2. Active DAS.........................................................................................11 5.9. Electromagnetic Immunity.........................................................................11 5.10. Base Station Power Levels......................................................................12 5.11. Maximum Signal Received by MS/UE.....................................................12 5.12. Minimum Allowable Path Loss.................................................................12 5.12.1. Passive DAS.....................................................................................12 5.12.2. Active DAS.......................................................................................13

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5.13. Propagation Model...................................................................................13 5.14. Measured performance of installed DAS.................................................13 5.14.1. Return loss.......................................................................................13 5.14.2. Passive intermodulation...................................................................13 5.15. Cable and Component Labelling.............................................................13 5.16. Preferred Material List.............................................................................14 5.17. Other Equipment Specifications..............................................................14 5.17.1. Characteristic impedance.................................................................14 5.17.2. VSWR...............................................................................................14 5.17.3. Intermodulation.................................................................................14 5.17.4. Coaxial connector types...................................................................14 5.17.5. Patch cables.....................................................................................15 6. DELIVERABLES...............................................................................................15 6.1. Documentation...........................................................................................16 6.2. Preliminary Design Documentation...........................................................16 6.3. Detailed Design Documentation...............................................................17 6.4. Installation Documentation........................................................................18 6.5. Contractor/Builder initiated DAS................................................................19 7. DEFINITIONS...................................................................................................20 8. ATTACHMENT-A: DAS INSTALLATION GUIDELINES...................................22 8.1. Passive Backbone.....................................................................................22 8.2. Active Backbone........................................................................................23 8.3. Floor Cabling.............................................................................................23 8.3.1. Feeder Cable Mounting (non radiating cable)....................................23 8.3.2. Radiating Cable Mounting..................................................................24 8.3.3. Mounting of Omni Antennas...............................................................24 8.3.4. Mounting of Panel Antennas..............................................................25 8.3.5. Other Arrangements...........................................................................25

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9. ATTACHMENT-B: TEST RESULTS – PASSIVE DAS....................................27 9.1. RF Sweeps ...............................................................................................27 9.2. Insertion Loss ...........................................................................................27 9.3. Passive Intermodulation Testing ..............................................................28 9.3.1. Dynamic testing .................................................................................28 10. ATTACHMENT-C: PREFERRED MATERIALS LIST.....................................29

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DESIGN SPECIFICATION 5. The remote active heads in turn are each connected to one or more antennas. or active: typically composed of point-to-point optical fibre cables connecting one or more local fibreoptic interfaces located in the base station to one or more AC or DC power operated active heads in remote locations. OHS&E ISSUES Issues of RF radiation hazards are included in the design process. NOTES TO DESIGN & INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS The RF design contractor shall develop all DAS Design Documentation in accordance with this document A DAS shall only be accepted into operation when the installation contractor verifies to one of the licensed mobile carriers that the specifications defined in this document are met.1. 2. 4. possibly via an additional amplifier.5 should be used for mobile carrier design requirements for DASs built by other operators. distribution and radiating elements required for enhanced In-Building Coverage (IBC) for wireless services.3 and 5. more stringent requirement should be applicable until the issue is discussed and resolved among “Sharing Carriers”. etc. This specification outlines design and acceptance into service requirements for a DAS. Clauses 5. 3. Where capacity issues require a DAS to be sectorised within a site.). couplers and power splitters which are employed to branch the base station power to indoor type omni and/or panel antennas in remote locations. 1/2”.doc Page 5 of 43 . 5. 45502680. Where there seems to be a contradiction. 7/8”. This DAS Design Specification Document does not override any general or project specific OHS&E requirements. this document applies to each sector. SCOPE This document applies to the design of IBC DAS to which a mobile telecommunications carrier proposed to connect its equipment. PURPOSE Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are the in-building cabling.1. General DAS Description The Distributed Antenna System (DAS) may be either passive: typically composed of standard and radiating coaxial cables in various diameters (such as 3/8”.

5. 45502680. having both passive and active DAS segments. Operating Frequency Bands The radio equipment connected to the Distributed Antenna System shall operate in the 800/900 MHz bands (825 – 960 MHz). The design shall generally specify the use of components which operate over the frequency range 825 – 960 and 1710 .2. e.11 at 2. fibre-optic remote heads.4 GHz). i. 5. This interface unit is typically co-located with the BTS equipment. RF signal is transmitted in both directions (uplink from mobile towards a base station.2.2170 MHz. 1800 MHz band (1710 – 1880 MHz) and the 2100 MHz band (1910 – 2170 MHz) in accordance with the relevant ITU. Passive DAS A passive DAS is typically divided into two main components: • • the backbone feed system which forms the distribution to each floor or area. Active DAS An active DAS typically has an interface unit which converts RF signals to optical signals.e. splitters and couplers. In a DAS. The preferred network topology is for groups of floors/areas (up to 4) to be fed from a multi-way splitter. ETSI and 3GPP specifications. a tri-band system could have 3G850. Optical fibre distribution is used to feed remote active heads which convert the optical signals back to RF signals which are then connected to individual antennas or to a small passive distribution system. The backbone is generally composed of cables. Alternative frequency ranges Where provision is required for non-cellular services. 5.In some cases the DAS can be hybrid. The floor cabling can be a combination of any of radiating cable. 5. Antennas and radiating cable shall operate over the frequency ranges 825 – 960 and 1710 –2690 MHz.1.doc Page 6 of 43 . coaxial cable. and downlink from a base station towards a mobile). which in turn is fed from a trunk cable from the BTS (or from a higher level splitter where there are more than 4 floors/areas). antennae and terminations. and the floor/area cabling.1. ACMA is considering release of 2500 ~ 2690 MHz band for LTE deployment.2.1. designers shall comply with DCRB029. Active systems may be multi-band.1. specify components that cover the required frequency range. DCS1800 and 3G2100 amplifiers in a common remote head.g. When a DAS is required to carry wireless LAN signals (Wi-Fi or IEEE 802.

2. When survey measurements show that the received power levels from nearby macro network base 45502680. 5. specify components which cover the required additional bands which may extend to 380 – 820 MHz range.4 GHz. These are minimum levels for In building Coverage DAS installations.If coverage of Mobile TV or UHF private mobile radio systems is needed. DAS Capability 5. GSM900/UMTS 900.4 prescribe criteria for mobile station receive signal levels required at different locations within buildings and outside the Target Coverage Area. specify components which cover the 380 – 2200 MHz range.3.3. Passive DAS Generally a passive DAS shall be capable of simultaneous operation of 3G850. 5. The design shall assume that all channels in every frequency band are in operation simultaneously and at maximum forward power.1 to 5. Technology GSM900/UMTS900 GSM1800 3G850 3G2100 No of RF channels 9 9 4 8 Maximum input power per channel in the system +40 dBm +40 dBm +40 dBm (+30 dBm CPICH power) +40 dBm (+30 dBm CPICH power) Table 5-1 DAS capability requirements 5. Target Coverage Area The Target Coverage Area shall be marked on copies of the site plan and floor plans and agreed prior to commencement of the design.5. RF Levels Required Clauses 5. Note that this requirement is incompatible with provision for wireless LAN at 2. 5.4. to a confidence level of 95%. GSM1800 and 3G2100 radio systems in accordance with Table 5-1.1. Active DAS The number of sharing Carriers and the number of channels per Carrier in each frequency band shall be established prior to the commencement of the design.3. Where there are other “Sharing Carriers” with different requirements. these different requirements need to be considered among “Sharing Carriers” to establish an agreed DAS design specification prior to start of any DAS design work.doc Page 7 of 43 .5.5. If coverage of Mobile TV (700 MHz Band) or UHF private mobile radio (400 MHz Band) systems is needed.

5. measured with a unity gain omni antenna and achieve 95% of the coverage objectives): ): (a) > -75 dBm within 2 m of the perimeter walls and windows inside the premises. (e) Where ever possible a margin of at least 6dB above the existing macro cell coverage should be used as a design target for all cases listed above. 5.2.5. (d) < -90 dBm at ground level outside the building. (d) < -110 dBm at ground level outside the building. DCS1800 The design shall provide for DCS1800 at the following levels (received BCCH power levels from a +40 dBm transmitter. (b) > -70 dBm in the building core. (c) > -95 dBm in the basement car parks.stations are greater than the minimum levels specified for GSM900/ UMTS 900 and DCS1800. (b) > -80 dBm in the building core. measured with a unity gain omni antenna and achieve 95% of the coverage objectives): (a) > -65 dBm within 2 m of the perimeter walls and windows inside the premises.5. 3G850 The design shall provide for 3G850 at the following levels (received CPICH power levels from a +40 dBm transmitter (+30 dBm CPICH power).1.5. measured with a unity gain omni antenna and achieve 95% of the coverage objectives): : 45502680. 5.doc Page 8 of 43 . 3G2100 The design shall provide for 3G2100 at the following levels (received CPICH power levels from a +40 dBm transmitter (+30 dBm CPICH power).3. (b) > -90 dBm in the building core. and are greater than 6 dB below the minimum levels specified for 3G850 and 3G2100. (c) > -85 dBm in the basement car parks. (d) < -100 dBm at ground level outside the building. 5. (c) > -75 dBm in the basement car parks.4. GSM900/UMTS 900 The design shall provide for GSM900/ UMTS900 at the following levels (received BCCH power levels from a +40 dBm transmitter. 5. measured with a unity gain omni antenna and achieve 95% of the coverage objectives): ): (a) > -85 dBm within 2 m of the perimeter walls and windows inside the premises. obtain confirmation and approval of the required IBC levels from a licensed mobile carrier engineer prior to the commencement of the DAS design.

5. Access to the DAS ports shall be from a communications room with sufficient accommodation for the base station and network transmission equipment. The distribution for each floor in a multi-storey building shall commence in a common communications riser shaft.5 at ground level outside the building are met.g. (b) > -90 dBm in the building core. (e) Where ever possible a margin of at least 6dB above the existing macro cell coverage should be used as a design target for all cases listed above.doc Page 9 of 43 . (c) > -95 dBm in the basement car parks. 45502680. DAS Configuration The DAS shall be passive wherever possible utilising the RF power of the base stations to the fullest possible extent.7. at Measurement point 1 in Figure 5-1). or available RF power is not sufficient. The design should ensure that RF levels specified in clause 6. Each port shall be capable of accepting up to 80 W composite transmit power. 5. with a maximum power of 10 W per individual channel (e. The design shall satisfy the installation requirements specified in Attachment A. Handovers to/from external fast moving mobiles need to be avoided (except in tunnels).1. 5. (d) < -110 dBm at ground level outside the building.6.(a) > -85 dBm within 2 m of the perimeter walls and windows inside the premises. Active DAS sections shall be included only if there are installation constraints. 8 x 10 W into each of the 4 inputs. Handover Zone RF levels shall be sufficient to facilitate both-way handovers with the external network at locations agreed on the target Coverage Area.7. Passive DAS Interconnect Ports Provide four duplex ports to the DAS for multi-Carrier sharing.

assume a maximum of 8 x 10 W channels (at 2100 MHz) inserted at that input when assessing radiated power levels. In no case shall the combined power level from all transmitters cause the power density to exceed the ARPANSA General Public power flux density (“Maximum exposure levels to radio frequency fields – 3 kHz to 300 GHz”.doc Page 10 of 43 .1. the power into each antenna may be calculated assuming that the port occupied by the UMTS-only Carrier is fed with 80 W at 2100 MHz. When 3G2100 channels are coupled to the DAS at an input other than the multi-network combiner (e. 5.8.2. measured at a location nearest to the equipment under consideration. 5. Passive DAS Assume a configuration of 4 operators each feeding 80 W composite power at 900 MHz into the multi-network combiner when assessing radiated power levels for this clause.g. Radiation Protection Series No. Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency. the electric field strength shall not exceed 3 V/m.5. at a cross-band coupler in the riser of a high-rise DAS).7. 45502680. If any Carrier is licensed for UMTS only. Radiated Power Levels The composite input power to any antenna in a DAS shall not exceed +17 dBm per Sharing Carrier without approval. 3. To prevent interference to other existing equipment.8. Active DAS Interconnect Ports Provide a duplex port for each sharing Carrier for each frequency band which that Carrier has notified as a requirement.) within 100 mm of any antenna.

89 8. the electric field strength at a given distance is independent of frequency and varies linearly with distance.68 1.8 9. Military – consult TRL.89 8. Electro explosive devices – quarries.8 3. Petroleum or aviation gas fuel sites. Equipment or Location Hospitals Institutions for the Hearing Impaired Domestic Equipment Location of domestic electrical equipment.4 4. Input power to antenna (dBm) +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 +23 Antenna gain (dBi) 3 3 3 6 6 6 9 9 9 12 12 12 Distance 3.97 8. radio & television receivers.7 0. 3 and 9 V/m electric field strength limits are reached (to within 0.doc Page 11 of 43 .66 1.99 2.3 1.0 2.3 0.g.2.1 Electric field strength (V/m) 0.01 8.00 2. Table 5-3 indicates the distances from an antenna that the 1. Active DAS Assume that all active devices connected to an antenna are operating at their maximum rated composite output power per frequency band.9.1 m).18 0.8.6 7.5.5 1. for a given EIRP.2 0.9 1. IT equipment. Note that.90 Area Field strength limit 1 V/m rms 1 V/m rms 3 V/m rms Critical care medical equipment Explosives and Fuel 9 V/m rms 45502680. e. Electromagnetic Immunity Designers shall ensure that the field strength levels in Table 5-2 are not exceeded in the areas or at the equipment locations specified. 5. Table 5-2 EMI Limits As a guide.00 2. blasting sites.99 3.

12. GSM1800 and UMTS2100 in the downlink direction at the DAS port (multinetwork combiner input) for the power budget.1 for GSM900 & DCS1800. or by controlled MS/UE operating on a wanted channel at minimum transmit power. Maximum Signal Received by MS/UE The maximum signal levels received by a MS or UE situated as close as possible to any antenna while being 1.doc Page 12 of 43 . Base Station Power Levels The design of a passive DAS shall assume a maximum of 10 W (+40 dBm) per channel for 3G850. 5.84 MHz Table 5-4 Maximum received levels at MS/UE Note that for a passive DAS the minimum path loss is determined by the maximum allowable levels at the BTS receiver inputs. Passive DAS To avoid overloading of BTS receivers by uncontrolled MS/UE operating on adjacent channels (GSM05. Technology GSM900 DCS1800 3G850 3G2100 Maximum received power -15 dBm/200 kHz -23 dBm/200 kHz -25 dBm/3. maximum signal level and EMI calculations.3.channel Cochannel 45502680.84 MHz -25 dBm/3.5 m above floor level shall be in accordance with the table below.12. GSM900.1 for GSM900 & DCS1800.4. see 6. 5.11.104 Clauses 7. Ensure that the power levels at MNC input ports do not exceed the maximum of +40 dBm per channel by inserting appropriate attenuators if needed. Minimum Allowable Path Loss 5. 3GPP TS25. the minimum path loss from the input to the multi-network combiner to a MS/UE situated as close as possible to any antenna while being 1.4 for 3G2100 and 3G850).1.12.101 Clause 7.05 Clause 5.05 Clause 6.10. 3GPP TS25.5 m above floor level shall be in accordance with the table below (GSM05.Table 5-3 Distance from antenna for E field limits 5.2 & 7.1 for 3G2100 and 3G850). Technology GSM900 MS/UE Tx Power +33 dBm +5 dBm Maximum BTS received power -26 dBm/200 kHz -40 dBm/200 kHz Minimum path loss 59 dB Adj.

1. 5. 5.84 MHz -73 dBm/3.DCS1800 +36 dBm 0 dBm -35 dBm/200 kHz -40 dBm/200 kHz -52 dBm/3.channel Cochannel Table 5-5 Minimum allowable path loss 5.13.84 MHz -73 dBm/3. Return loss Return loss measured at any input port of the multi-network combiner (or any other device serving a similar function) be greater than 20 dB over the operating frequency bands.14.14. Measured performance of installed DAS In addition to the coverage. Passive intermodulation The passive intermodulation performance of each passive DAS segment connecting to a multinetwork combiner (Measurement point 2 in Figure 5-1) shall be -140 dBc @ 2 x 43 dBm minimum. 5. 5.15.84 MHz 71 dB Adj.2. The return loss of any feeder connected to the output ports of the multi-network combiner shall be greater than 16 dB over the operating frequency bands.84 MHz -52 dBm/3. Ensure that the maximum uplink input signal levels at the remote units do not exceed the manufacturer’s ratings. a passive DAS shall meet the following performance requirements. Cable and Component Labelling Specify labelling for installed cable and components as follows: 45502680.doc Page 13 of 43 .channel Cochannel 3G850 +24 dBm -50 dBm 76 dB Adj. power and loss specifications above.channel Cochannel 3G2100 +24 dBm -50 dBm 76 dB Adj. Propagation Model This document does not specify a propagation model as it is up to the DAS design vendor to ensure that sufficient margins are provided. so that the minimum signal levels specified in this document are delivered by the designed system once it is in operation.12.2. Active DAS Ensure that the Maximum BTS received power values of Table 5-5 are complied with.14. 5.

5. All cables connecting to these devices shall use 7-16 DIN male connectors.17. VSWR measured at any base station input port shall not exceed 1.3. triband coupler (Filtronic CY076) and crossband coupler (Rojone AMA-4255) are equipped with 7-16 DIN connectors. Characteristic impedance VSWR RF circuit impedance of the system shall be 50-ohm unbalanced. However stickers should be placed on radiating cable. Stickers must not be placed on the radiating element of the antenna or on the component identification plate.17. Intermodulation The passive intermodulation performance requirement for all components in the DAS beyond the multi-network combiner shall be -140 dBc (with +43 dBm test signals) or better. It is recommended that any third party developer seek confirmation as to the currency of this Preferred Materials List from the MCF after twelve (12) months from the date of issue of this document 5. type-N connectors may be used. 5.22:1 (corresponding to 16 dB return loss) over the operating frequency bands.The horizontal runs of cable shall be labelled with a sticker at intervals of approximately 6 metres.17. Inter-series adaptors shall not be used. All feeders should be identified at both feeder opening points with a label containing a concise identification code uniquely identifying each cable and cross referenced to the system drawing.1. stickers shall be placed at approximately 1. These stickers shall also be attached on or close to each component. such as in risers. Identification labels shall be provided by the contractor. specify low-IM cable loads. Specify that approved torque wrenches be used to tighten these connectors during construction and commissioning.4.17. All patch cables shall be fitted with the required connector type. The maximum third-order intermodulation power produced by the termination shall be -110 dBm when tested with 2 x +30 dBm CW test signals in the 900 MHz band.8 m above floor level on every floor. 5. The minimum performance specification for any load (termination) connected to an unused output port of a multi-network combiner shall be -140 dBc.16. For vertical runs of cable. The preferred configuration is for all output ports to be connected to individual DAS segments. Beyond the multi-network combiner end of the first runs of backbone feeder cables. As a rule of thumb: 45502680. Preferred Material List Refer to Attachment “C”. If this is not possible.doc Page 14 of 43 . Other Equipment Specifications 5.2.17. Specify that unused input ports of the multi-network combiner be terminated with 50 ohm/5 W terminations. 5. Coaxial connector types The multi-network combiner (Rojone ROJ-073).

2. Use 7/16 DIN Connectors for all high power connections (>= 1 watt). etc.) shall not be used in passive distributed antenna systems. and fitted with a label elsewhere. Corrugated cable Note that only patch cables with solid outer are to be used for interconnections between the BTS end of the main feeders and the BTS antenna (Tx/Rx) ports.doc Page 15 of 43 . RG11. designers shall check for the presence of sub-standard jumper cables and specify that they be replaced in those sections where the power levels are > +20 dBm/channel. 6. etc. or as required.15 minimum over the frequency range 820 – 2690 MHz Intermodulation performance: better than -150 dBc @ 2 x 43 dBm. Patch cable connectors shall mate with equipment connectors and fixed cables without requiring joiners or inter-series adaptors. and medium cables (<= 7/8” in diameter). 5. or CAT-5/CAT-6 wiring.1.  5. static and dynamic measurements between 820 and 2690 MHz. as required. Use N-Type Connectors for all low power connections (< 1 watt). Cables with foil screening have been found to have poor intermodulation performance regardless of the quality of the connector terminations. and thick cables (>= 1” in diameter). Connectors: Type-N. Existing DASs may contain LMR400 jumper cables.17. Braided cable5 Braided cable (RG214.5. DELIVERABLES 45502680. Patch cables Do not use cables with any form of foil screening (eg Times Microwave LMR400) in the DAS. These cables should only be used in sections of the DAS where the power is below +20 dBm/channel. static and dynamic measurements between 820 and 2690 MHz. Some active distributed antenna systems specify use of braided cables (RG59. Where an existing DAS is being upgraded or extended.). Factory assembled patch cables shall be specified with the following minimum performance parameters: VSWR: 1:1. 5. Connectors: DIN 7-16 or type-N.10 minimum over the frequency range 820 – 2690 MHz Intermodulation performance: better than -150 dBc. Many older DASs will contain jumper cables which are not labelled and do not meet the intermodulation requirements of this Specification. These connectors shall mate with equipment connectors and other corrugated cable connectors without requiring joiners or inter-series adaptors. RG6.17. They can be deployed providing they meet the following minimum performance parameters: VSWR: 1:1.17.5.5. They should also be fitted with a label warning that they should not be used at power levels greater than +20 dBm/channel.

both at the same level. Drawings shall be in Acrobat .1. (a) design survey results. bill of materials (excluding installation materials). In addition.5. The design contractor shall provide two sets of all documentation supplied to the lead mobile carrier and any other sharing carriers. soft copy of all drawings and documents supplied above are to be provided on a CD.doc Page 16 of 43 .PDF format. power budget calculations for a single RF carrier in 3G850. GSM900. existing coverage levels . The design contractor shall provide Detailed Design Documentation and Turn-key Installation Documentation.) All scanned drawings are to be stored in JPEG Bitmap format (*. propagation study to characterise loss between consecutive floors in a high rise building. The design contractor shall provide two copies of the CD containing electronic copies of all documentation supplied.PDF format. conducted on street level to evaluate handover requirement. (1) (2) existing coverage levels. The documents shall be provided in formats compatible with Microsoft Office 2003 applications. 45502680. propagation study to characterise loss between an antenna in lift lobby and a mobile inside a lift car when lift door is closed.8. conducted on a medium floor and a high floor to evaluate interference. 6. composite power calculated at each antenna port to demonstrate compliance with Clause 5.2. Preliminary Design Documentation Provide preliminary design documentation containing design related information and drawings to a licensed mobile carrier for confirmation of design acceptability prior to progression to detailed design. Documentation All documentation shall be securely bound in a durable cover and in a form that allows easy replacement and addition of individual sheets. GSM1800 and 3G2100 frequency bands. propagation calculations demonstrating that RF levels predicted are in accordance with Clause 5. (MS Visio or AutoCad drawing format if requested.JPG) or Acrobat . system schematic diagram.6. (3) (4) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) a description of the proposed design concept.

Actual photos of the equipment room and the active remotes (if present). existing coverage levels. remote output is achieved at the max Admission control limit of MCPA (44. Equipment location and room details including access details.6. System schematic diagram. conducted on street level to evaluate handover requirement. propagation study to characterise loss between consecutive floors in a high rise building. propagation study to characterise loss between an antenna in lift lobby and a mobile inside a lift car when lift door is closed.8. Backbone distribution description. Bill of materials (excluding installation materials). a) Design survey results: (1) (2) existing coverage levels. (3) (4) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) System description. . etc. layout diagram/schematic showing BTS positions. composite power calculated at each antenna port to demonstrate compliance with clause 5. UL/DL Attenuation setting for all the remotes to ensure that the max.). and 3G2100 frequency bands. Manufacturer’s specification for all relevant equipment and material (power splitters. both at the same level. radiating coaxial cables.3. conducted on a medium floor and a high floor to evaluate interference. Floor layout description (for each floor unless identical).doc Page 17 of 43 . propagation calculations demonstrating that RF levels predicted are in accordance with clause 5. These surveys should be conducted and plotted as a snail trail overlayed on top of the floor plans. It needs to be clear that all services being supported by the active DAS need to be considered to the extent of the agreed number of channels for each technology. antennas. directional couplers. i) j) Prediction printouts. standard feeder cables.84 dBm). GSM1800.5. referring to Carriers PSAs where k) l) 45502680. Detailed Design Documentation Provide detailed design documentation containing design related information and drawings to a licensed mobile carrier for confirmation of detailed design acceptability prior to progression installation. (RSCP and Ec/Io plots should both be collected for WCDMA 850 and 2100 MHz). Calculations: (1) (2) (3) power budget calculations for a single RF carrier in 3G850.

Other partitions. These drawings should have sufficient detail and landmarks shown. with at least 5 layers as follows: 1 2 3 • drawing title. which are significant. 6. may be omitted • proposed cable. such as workstation partitions.applicable. splitters. The drawing will be prepared in accordance with Australia Standards and recommendations (e. cable handling instructions. etc.doc Page 18 of 43 . boundary. with at least 5 layers as follows: 7 8 9 • drawing title. component. m) Certificate of Compliance stating that there are no RF radiation hazards. lift cores.) of full height to ceiling level. showing the cable runs and antenna placement on each floor. sufficient for installation.1:50 scale). floor cable mounting instructions. Where applicable. the floor plan should also show preferred cable entry/exit points. permanent brick or block partition walls. equipment room cabling instructions.4. Drawings: (1) (2) DAS system schematic. etc. etc.g.. floor layout for every floor. shall be supplied by the contractor. and equipment design details • proposed cable. • structural details and existing riser details. glass.1:100 scale). such as existing cable ladders. component. communications riser cabling instructions. Installation Documentation Provide installation related information and drawings. and equipment label designation (3) 4 5 6 backbone distribution layout. etc. The drawing will be prepared in accordance with Australia Standards and recommendations (e. etc. Floor layout drawings. etc. suitable for uploading to the National Site Archive. boundary. large pipes. • proposed cable ladders for DAS backbone 45502680. • semi-permanent office partition walls (of plasterboard. a) Instructions for installation of the design: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) b) antenna mounting instructions.g. • structural walls. cable labelling instructions. so that a person unfamiliar with the site should be able to trace out the proposed cable run and show the proposed positions of antennae and other components (couplers.) without needing to remove the tiles.

and earth connections including: (1) (2) (3) assembling of parts. h) i) A list of the required spares (the type and quantity of the spares) considered necessary for the prompt and efficient repair of faults which might arise during the operational life of the system. 45502680. any other structural calculations or designs.(4) c) d) 10 • proposed cable. all alarm indications of the supervisory system (if applicable) to demonstrate that they are operational to the manufacturer’s specification.doc Page 19 of 43 . power wiring. and equipment design details 11 • proposed cable. any other information that may fall within this category. 6. a) c) Location and physical size (sq m) of the building. Design and specification of the protective earth systems including lightning finials on the antenna support structures for all externally installed antennas. the RF cable shall be connected to earth just after entry into the BTS room if it is exposed to external environment. All aspects of civil engineering design work (if required) including the following: (1) (2) the structural design of the antenna support structures. Breakdown of tenants if available.5. RF power measured at the designated test points. Testing and commissioning specification and procedure of the Distributed Antenna System. wiring and termination work of the RF feeders. then the following information should be provided by the contractor along with the detailed DAS design. Contractor/Builder initiated DAS If the Builder has asked a contractor to design a DAS and the Contractor seeks a licensed mobile carrier to take over optimisation and maintenance of the DAS. calculated line loss wrt the reference point. A 5% ratio is considered appropriate when there is no other applicable guideline. fitting of connectors. and data recording sheets (refer to Appendix C). passive intermodulation testing. e) Specifications and instructions relevant to cabling. f) g) Specification of AC power outlets for all AC powered equipment specified in DAS. component. component. optical fibre cables. and equipment label designation 12 installation details for non-standard cable and component installation. b) Number of levels in the building and the ones being covered by the DAS. including: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) RF sweeps. Bill of material (including installation materials).

m) Proposed Soft HO areas once the DAS is ready with the outside macro network. capacity and performance.e. Radio Access Network Radio Frequency Radio Network Development Site Design Brief 45502680. e. acronyms and abbreviations are referred to in this document. e) f) Type of DAS – Passive. but specifically used in the context of the Lead Carrier who is the Operator of a DAS.84 MHz bandwidth) Continuous Wave (i. o) Any other relevant information available at the time. h) Technology being catered for (especially in an Active system) and the number of RF carriers the link budget is designed for. n) Commercial terms (who will fund the cost of the DAS?). Active or Hybrid. GSM & DCS (200 kHz bandwidth) or UMTS (3. k) Uplink / Downlink loading used in the link budget.doc Page 20 of 43 .d) Maximum number of people expected in the building at peak time. Term ACMA Carrier Channel CW IBC DAS LTE OH&S Operato r RAN RF RND SDB Definition Australian Communication and Media Authority Licensed mobile telecommunications operator Individual bearer. i) j) l) Identify any spectrum limitation on the 2100 MHz active system. 7. unmodulated carrier) In-Building Coverage Distributed Antenna System Long-Term Evolution Operational Health and safety Alternative to ‘Carrier’.23 MHz bandwidth). Ensure coverage requirements as specified in TCI0012 have been met for a 2100 MHz DAS.g. Sectorisation plan for capacity management. Clearly identify if the DAS can achieve at least 6dB dominance over macro network on all levels to ensure satisfactory data throughput. g) Identify high capacity service requirements if known eg: if some tenants want to have a wireless office. DEFINITIONS The following words. CDMA (1.

doc Page 21 of 43 .SEM SME System Engineering Manager Subject Matter Expert 45502680.

All couplers and splitters specified in the backbone shall be mounted in an accessible location inside the communications riser. Passive Backbone All backbone feeder cables shall run to the equipment room and be terminated with a DIN716 female connector. It shall be design contractor’s responsibility to ensure space is available. Figure 10-1 Distribution from backbone cable 45502680. Where there is any conflict with the building codes. ATTACHMENT-A: DAS INSTALLATION GUIDELINES Note that under no circumstances the following instructions to override Building Codes of Australia. Wherever possible these cables shall be installed on the existing communication cable trays between the equipment room and the communications riser. It shall be the design contractor’s responsibility to ensure space is available. The coupler shall be located in a position that is uncluttered and with a view to future maintenance. Figure 10-1 shows the layout of the backbone cable in a typical installation. backbone feeder cables shall be installed on the existing cable ladder in the communications riser. Jumper cables may be omitted from one port if there is sufficient space to provide strain relief by putting a bend in a backbone cable. additional cable trays shall be specified. Both the coupler and cable should be secured to the riser wall or tray. Wherever possible. All ports of these devices shall be connected through flexible jumper cables to 1/2” or thicker feeder cables. Most couplers have holes to allow them to be screwed to the wall but cable ties are acceptable. In the case of space not being available. In the case of space not being available additional cable ladder shall be specified.doc Page 22 of 43 . installation contractor must follow Building Codes of Australia.8. 8.1.

All cabling in the riser shall be fixed neatly along the tray or to the wall with appropriate ties. such as from a riser into a floor area.doc Page 23 of 43 .1 is applicable. Feeder Cable Mounting (non radiating cable) The cable should be neatly fixed. Floor Cabling Cables run in the roof space may be strapped to the ceiling grid hangers in accordance with Figure 10-2. Where connection to ceiling grid hangers are not permitted. Fire-proof sealing shall be applied at all penetrations where a cable crosses boundary from one fire control region to another. except fibre optic cables rather than RF feeder cables are used.2. however this is not permitted by the Building Code of Australia if the hangers are only designed to support the weight of the suspended ceiling and any associated light fittings. 8. Make sure that an approval explicitly authorising connection to ceiling grid hangers was obtained prior to connecting any cable to these hangers. to the ceiling grid hangers by cable ties. Active Backbone Clause 10. Watertight gland shall be employed where necessary.1. allowing the maximum possible clearance above the ceiling tiles so as not to inhibit the lifting of ceiling tiles for maintenance purposes. 8. 8. cables has to be attached under concrete slab at intervals of not more than 2 metres. Fibre optic connectors shall be FC/APC type. Cable ties should be placed at intervals of not more than 2 metres.3. taking the shortest possible path.3. Figure 10-2 Floor cable mounting 45502680.

then no radiating cable should be installed in the ceiling space. If the cable needs to be run along a metal object such as an air-conditioning duct it should be kept at least 100 mm off the object. Cable ties should be placed at intervals of not more than 2 metres.5 8.3. Similarly the cable should be installed using self-locking hangers with standoff accessory if it is required to be installed on a concrete or metal surface.doc Page 24 of 43 .2. The cable should be run close to the ceiling tiles but above the lights and with enough clearance to allow the tiles to be removed without hindrance. Where connection to ceiling grid hangers are not permitted. If the ceiling tiles are metallic. establishing a nominal cable route of 6 m distance from the perimeter windows while taking the shortest possible path. It is not a problem to run the cable past metal objects or to cable tie it to metal objects as long as the cable and object traverse each other and do not run together longitudinally. Figure 10-3 Mounting radiating cable in ceiling space The radiating cable (at the riser end) will be terminated with a type-N female connector. in accordance with its manufacturer’s instructions.3. ensure that any instructions regarding the cable directivity are passed on to the installation contractor (e.g. such as using messenger cables. In particular. and antennas must be installed in accordance with clause 10. The Contractor shall ensure that cable manufacturers’ installation requirements are met in the Design Documentation to obtain the specified cable performance. to align the cable in accordance with a mark on the cable sheath). As with any radiating component. This arrangement is valid for all floors with non-metallic ceiling tiles. Various other methods are also possible. Ideally.3. there should be no metal objects within 600 mm of the antenna. Mounting of Omni Antennas The space around the antenna (including the ceiling space) should be as clear of metal objects as possible to minimise the generation of intermodulation products and prevent distortion of the radiation pattern.3. Radiating Cable Mounting The cable should be neatly fixed to the ceiling grid hangers by cable ties.8. radiating cable should not be run near metal objects. radiating cables has to be attached to messenger wires or directly under concrete slab at intervals of not more than 2 metres. In 45502680.

Specify installation of omnidirectional antennas on the underside of the ceiling wherever possible. Ensure that the metal groundplane of the antenna is insulated from the metal ceiling tiles.5. Where it is not possible to install antennas on the underside of the ceiling (eg due to a restriction imposed by building owner or architect). in some cases. The antenna should be mounted at least 170 mm above the plasterboard if installed in the ceiling space. locate centrally in or on a ceiling tile to maximise the spacing from the supporting grid and place as far as possible from ductwork. However where metal tiles are used.4. use non-metallic screws. etc. Figure 10-4 Minimum clearance for omnidirectional antennas The design contractor shall ensure that any propagation losses through the ceiling tiles are measured and taken into account during the design process. 8. nuts and washers (nylon or 45502680. It shall be mounted away from metal surfaces to minimise the generation of intermodulation products and prevent distortion of the radiation pattern. When screws are required to secure the antenna to the ceiling. by using an insulating disc or insulated standoffs or. Specify minimum spacings in accordance with Figure 10-4. Antennas which have a non-metallic securing nut are preferred in this situation. There shall be no metal objects within 1.3.2 m of the front of the antenna. Mounting of Panel Antennas The panel antenna is a directional antenna. See Figure 10-5 for details.doc Page 25 of 43 . Other Arrangements The methods described above are suitable for ceilings with acoustic ceiling tiles. cable trays. the use of radiating coaxial cables is not possible.practice.3. 8. install the antenna within the ceiling space. In this case antennas shall be installed below the ceiling tiles. the radome of the antenna may provide an effective stand-off if it wraps sufficiently over the edge of the groundplane. Specify installation of panel antennas on a wall or on the underside of the ceiling wherever possible.

Figure 10-5 Mounting omnidirectional antenna under metal ceiling tiles 45502680.similar).doc Page 26 of 43 .

9.9. RF Sweeps R/4/2 9.2. ATTACHMENT-B: TEST RESULTS – PASSIVE DAS All RF sweeps are to be documented as per the diagram below with the cable number and also supplied in electronic format to the lead carrier for validation and acceptance. All measurements for insertion loss must be tabulated as per the example below and supplied in electronic format to the lead carrier for validation and acceptance: Test Point Splitter S/3/1 Frequency 860 MHz Input Point BC/B2/1 Input Power +20 dBm Output Power -3 dBm Insertion Loss 23 dB 45502680. Insertion Loss The backbone distribution system must be checked for its insertion loss.doc Page 27 of 43 .1. A signal must be fed in at the base station end and the level out must be measured at the final splitting or coupling point to each floor. All cables are to be swept across the 820 MHz to 960 MHz and 1710 to 2170 MHz bands. The difference between the input level and the output level must be recorded as the insertion loss. Where a splitter feeds more than 1 floor or there is more than 1 output from the same splitter to a floor only one output needs to be tested.

The worst PIM performance observed during this sequence shall be recorded. 9. using two +43 dBm test signals.3. Testing in one frequency band is acceptable (e. Dynamic testing Where specifications call for dynamic testing (of cable assemblies). The test configuration shall be in accordance with Set-up 1 of IEC 62037.3. bent through 90 degrees and straightened. ie including cable tails).1. Passive Intermodulation Testing Passive intermodulation testing shall be carried out to determine the PIM performance of the installed DAS. straightened. 900 MHz only).doc Page 28 of 43 .g. 45502680.Splitter S/11/1 860 MHz BC/B2/1 +20 dBm -7 dBm 27 dB 9. the cable under test shall be bent through 90 degrees at its minimum bending radius. Test results shall be provided for reflected measurements at the following points: • • Each input of the multi-network combiner Each segment connected to multi-network combiner outputs (measured at the point which connects to the multi-network combiner.

0M PIGTAIL (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) INDOOR OMNI ANTENNA. 10DBI. 3DBI.10. 8002500MHZ. 8002500MHZ. 10DBI. 3DBI. N MALE CONNECTOR W/ 1. 10DBI.0M PIGTAIL AT BACK (3IM COMPLIANT @ <140DBC) INDOOR PANEL ANTENNA. N MALE CONNECTOR W/ 1.doc Page 29 of 43 . ATTACHMENT-C: PREFERRED MATERIALS LIST The DAS developer should verify the suitability of any non preferred materials with the lead carrier prior to incorporation in the DAS design and material purchase order Antennas Manufacture r DrawCom Enersus Model 5052 300 IDOVCB-0310-NFA Description Wideband Indoor Omni Antenna INDOOR OMNI ANTENNA.0M PIGTAIL AT BOTTOM (3IM COMPLIANT @ <140DBC) INDOOR PANEL ANTENNA. N FEMALE CONNECTOR W/ 1. 8002500MHZ. 8002500MHZ. N MALE CONNECTOR W/ 1. 8002500MHZ.0M PIGTAIL (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) INDOOR PANEL ANTENNA. N FEMALE CONNECTOR W/ 1.0M PIGTAILAT BOTTOM (3IM COMPLIANT @ <140DBC) INDOOR PANEL ANTENNA. 8002500MHZ. 10DBI. N FEMALE CONNECTOR W/ 1.0M PIGTAIL AT BACK(3IM COMPLIANT @ <140DBC) 3G850/GSM High Isolation Donor Panel Antenna Wideband Indoor Omni Antenna Wideband Indoor Panel Antenna 187/1045 187/1046 911/1129 Ser/Item Enersus IDOVCB-0310NMA 911/1130 Enersus IDPVCB-1010-NFA 911/1131 Enersus IDPVCB-1010NMA 911/1132 Enersus IDPVCB-1010-NFB 911/1133 Enersus IDPVCB-1010NMB 911/1134 Argus Andrew Andrew CPA-1045V CELLMAX-O-25i CELLMAX-D-25i 45502680.

Cables & Connectors Manufacture r RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS Model LCF12-50J LCF78-50JA LCF114S-50JA LCF158-50JA SCF12-50J Description 1/2" CELLFLEX® Low-Loss FoamDielectric Coaxial Cable 7/8" CELLFLEX® Low-Loss FoamDielectric Coaxial Cable 1-1/4" CELLFLEX® Low-Loss FoamDielectric Coaxial Cable 1-5/8" CELLFLEX® Low-Loss FoamDielectric Coaxial Cable 1/2" CELLFLEX® Superflexible FoamDielectric Coaxial Cable NOT APPROVED FOR TAILS – USE PREMADE TAILS.DIN716 Male 1.0M SCF12 Jumper. 7/16 DIN Male Connector for LCF12 cable 7/16 DIN Female Connector for LCF12 cable N-type Male Connector for LCF12 cable N-type Female Connector for LCF12 cable 7/16 DIN Male Connector for LCF78 cable 7/16 DIN Female Connector for LCF78 cable N-type Male Connector for LCF78 cable N-type Female Connector for LCF78 cable 7/16 DIN Male Connector for LCF114 cable 7/16 DIN Female Connector for LCF114 cable 7/16 DIN Male Connector for LCF158 cable 7/16 DIN Female Connector for LCF158 cable 7/16 DIN Male Connector for SCF12 cable 7/16 DIN Female Connector for SCF12 cable N-type Male Connector for SCF12 cable N-type Female Connector for SCF12 cable SCF12 Jumper.doc 716M-LCF12-070 716F-LCF12-070 NM-LCF12-070 NF-LCF12-070 716M-LCF78-074 716F-LCF78-074 NM-LCF78-074 NF-LCF78-074 716M-LCF114-072 716F-LCF114-072 716M-LCF158-072 716F-LCF158-072 716M-SCF12-070 716F-SCF12-070 NM-SCF12-070 NF-SCF12-070 7M7MS12-0100PS NMNMS12-0100PS 757/164 757/353 757/162 757/163 757/457 757/458 757/459 757/460 757/289 757/290 757/291 757/292 757/151 757/352 757/170 757/171 757/434 757/384 Page 30 of 43 . N Male – N Male 1.0M Ser/Item 757/141 757/142 757/143 757/144 757/145 RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS RFS 45502680. DIN7-16 Male .

COAX ASSEMBLY SCF38 3.COAX ASSEMBLY SCF38 3.RFS RFS RFS Andrew VXL5-50 CABLE.0M 716M-NM 7/8” HELIAX® Low Density Foam Very Flexible corrugated copper Coaxial Cable in black PE jacket 7/16 DIN Female Connector for VXL550 cable 7/16 DIN Male Connector for VXL5-50 cable N-type Female Connector for VXL5-50 cable N-type Male Connector for VXL5-50 cable 757/423 757/424 757/425 757/409 Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew V5PDF V5PDM V5PNF V5PNM 757/411 757/410 757/413 757/412 45502680.doc Page 31 of 43 .COAX ASSEMBLY SCF38 3.0M 716M-716M CABLE.0M 716M-716F CABLE.

Triplexer 800-960/1710-1880/1920-2170 MHz Dual DDIMF (50 dB FA01/02/03).Filters Manufacture r Triasx Triasx Triasx Triasx Triasx Model CA721F8V2 CA721F2V2 CA721F3V2 CA911F2V10 CA973F7V2 Description DD GSM Filter Telstra band DD GSM Filter Optus band DD GSM Filter Vodafone band 3G850-GSM900 combiner (40 dB FA01/02) (DIN7-16 connectors) DD GSM Filter 891. low power.6-915/936. for use with shared GSM900 active remote units. for use with Britecell/Ion-B remote units 3G850 DDIMF (86 dB) to reduce interference to GSM900 3G850 DDIMF (60 dB FA01/02) to reduce interference to GSM900 3G850 DDIMF (86 dB FA02/03) to reduce interference to GSM900 3G850 DDIMF (86 dB FA01/02/03) to reduce interference to GSM900 380-520 MHz / 800-960 MHz X-band coupler 80-2170 MHz /2400-2500 MHz X-band coupler Ser/Item 187/888 187/723 187/724 187/890 187/tba Triasx CY076F1V1 (V2 and V3 versions may also be used) DDF0014F1V1 187/740 Triasx 187/948 Ericsson Triasx Triasx Triasx Microlab/FXR Microlab/FXR KRF 102 269/1 DDF0022F1V1 DDF0021F1V1 DDF0035F1V1 BK-22 BK-21 911/846 187/990 187/991 45502680.6-960 MHz.doc Page 32 of 43 .

100 W low-IM DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 6DB 8002500MHZ DIN DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 10DB 8002500MHZ DIN DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 6DB 8002500MHZ N DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 10DB 8002500MHZ N DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 15DB 8002500MHZ N DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 20DB 8002500MHZ N Page 33 of 43 Ser/Item 187/917 187/918 187/919 187/815 187/816 187/956 187/1027 187/1028 187/1029 187/1030 187/1031 187/1032 45502680. 500 W. 8002200 MHz. 380-2500 MHz.doc . 700-2700 MHz Multi-network combiner. rack-mounting 3-way Power splitter. 100 W. DIN7-16 3 dB hybrid coupler Multi-network combiner. -150 dBc 800-2500 MHz 3-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 6-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 8-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 10-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 13-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 17-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 20-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 30-dB 4-port directional coupler 800-2500 MHz 2-way Power Divider 800-2500 MHz 3-way Power Divider 800-2500 MHz 4-way Power Divider Cable load.Passive Components Manufacture r Microlab/FXR Microlab/FXR Microlab/FXR Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Rojone Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Model CM-A16 KM-A13 D3-B48 AMA-1255-3HYB716 ROJ-073-4-4-716 AMA1255-03-1W AMA1255-06-1W AMA1255-08-1W AMA1255-10-1W AMA1255-13-1W AMA1255-17-1W AMA1255-20-1W AMA1255-30-1W AMA-2255-2N AMA-2255-3N AMA-2255-4N AMA-5240CL100W-30A C-6-CPUS-D C-10-CPUS-D C-6-CPUS-N C-10-CPUS-N C-15-CPUS-N C-20-CPUS-N Description Multi-network combiner. -150 dBc.

8002500MHZ. 8002500MHZ. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 187/1033 187/1034 187/1035 187/1036 187/1037 187/1038 187/1039 187/1040 187/1041 187/1042 187/1043 187/1044 911/1121 Enersus 911/1122 Enersus 911/1123 Enersus Enersus Enersus 45502680. 8002500MHZ. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 2 WAY CAVITY SPLITTER. 8002500MHZ. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 4 WAY CAVITY SPLITTER. 8002500MHZ. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 3 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 3 WAY CAVITY SPLITTER.Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Enersus C-30-CPUS-N S-2-CPUS-H-D S-3-CPUS-H-D S-4-CPUS-H-D S-2-CPUS-H-N S-3-CPUS-H-N S-4-CPUS-H-N S-2-CPUS-L-N S-3-CPUS-L-N S-4-CPUS-L-N H-3-CPUS-D H-3-CPUS-N SPTCB-02M-NFA3IM SPTCB-03M-NFA3IM SPTCB-04M-NFA3IM SPTCB-02C-NFA3IM SPTCB-03C-NFA3IM SPTCB-04C-NFA3IM DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 30DB 8002500MHZ N SPLITTER 2 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ DIN SPLITTER 3 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ DIN SPLITTER 4 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ DIN SPLITTER 2 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ N SPLITTER 3 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ N SPLITTER 4 -WAY HIGH POWER 800-2500 MHZ N SPLITTER 2 -WAY LOW POWER 8002500 MHZ N SPLITTER 3 -WAY LOW POWER 8002500 MHZ N SPLITTER 4 -WAY LOW POWER 8002500 MHZ N 3 DB HYBIRD COUPLER 800-2500 MHZ DIN 3 DB HYBIRD COUPLER 800-2500 MHZ N 2 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER. 8002500MHZ.doc Page 34 of 43 . N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 4 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER.

MR301B 6.6HR MR301B MR301B MR301B MR301BP MR301BP MR301BP Node-M837 Node-M837 Node-M837 Mode-M843 Mode-M843 Mode-M843 Description 850 MHz UMTS Band-selective Mini Repeater REPEATER MR853D 10MHZ BASIC ASSEMBLY REPEATER MR853D 15MHZ BASIC ASSEMBLY 900 MHz GSM Mini Repeater (6.6 MHz band-width High Rejection) REPEATER MR303D MINI REPEATER 6.6MHZ 900 MHz GSM Band-selective Repeater SERVICE.MR301B 6. PS) Model MR853D MR853D MR853D MR303D-6.6MHZ CHANNEL CONVERSION 900 MHz GSM Band-selective Repeater REPEATER. modem.doc Page 35 of 43 .6MHZ CHANNEL CONV MOD 850 MHz UMTS RF Enhancer Repeater REPEATER NODE M837 48VDC 7517528-0005 REPEATER NODE M837 230VAC 7517528-0006 850 MHz UMTS RF Enhancer Repeater REPEATER NODE M843 48VDC 7517494-0006 REPEATER NODE M843 230VAC 7517494-0007 Ancillary equipment for the Andrew Repeaters PSU KIT 230VAC FOR NODE M837 7516350 PSU SUIT MR303/MR853 AC IN 100240 REPEATER RF CABLE SMA/N 500MM 7513642 850 MHz UMTS Micro ICS Repeater System 187/1023 187/1013 187/1018 767/135 187/0100 4 187/0100 5 187/1002 187/1003 911/914 911/930 911/913 911/912 187/1010 187/1011 187/1012 Ser/Item 45502680.IBC Off-Air Repeaters Manufacture r Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Juni JI19-P800 Kit (includes repeater.6MHZ CHANNEL CONV MOD MODULE.MR301BP 6. MR301BP SERVICE.6HR MR303D-6.

IBC Fibre-Optic Repeater Systems Manufacture r Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew 45502680. 370MM ION-M SUBRACK 4 OTRX ION-M SUBRACK 4 OTRX.doc Model ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series Description ION-M Series Multi-Band MultiOperator Radio Over Fibre System ION-M REMOTE 850 INCL CPD TRIBAND CAB ION-M REMOTE 850/2100 INCL CPD. 370MM ION-M SUBRACK UNIVERSAL ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 806-824 851-869 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 824-849 869-894 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 876-880 921-925 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 876-915 921-960 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 880-915 925-960 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 17101785 1805 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 17101755 2110 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 18501910 1930 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 18501915 1930 ION-M DUPLEXER PASSIVE 19201980 2110 Page 36 of 43 Ser/Item 187/1092 187/1093 187/1094 187/1095 187/1096 187/1097 187/1098 187/1099 187/1100 187/1101 187/1102 187/1103 187/1104 187/1105 187/1106 187/1107 187/1108 187/1109 187/1110 187/1111 187/1112 187/1113 187/1114 187/1115 . TRI CAB ION-M REMOTE 850/1800/2100 INCL CPD ION-M REMOTE 850 L CABINET ION-M REMOTE 850 L CABINET INCL CPD ION-M OPTICAL MASTER BASE UNIT ASSEMBLE ION-M OTRX 8-9/18/21 MU-LS ION-M OPTICAL COUPLER 2-WAY E2000 1310 ION-M OPTICAL COUPLER 4-WAY E2000 1311 ION-M SUBRACK 2 OTRX ION-M SUBRACK 3 OTRX.

IPP 4-WAY 1920-2170 ION-M SPLITTER 3HU 2X4-WAY 806-960 ION-M SPLITTER 1HU 3X4-WAY 806-960 ION-M SPLITTER 1HU 3X4-WAY 806-960 ION-M SPLITTER 1HU 2X4-WAY 806-960 Page 37 of 43 187/1116 187/1117 187/1118 187/1119 187/1120 187/1121 187/1122 187/1123 187/1124 187/1125 187/1126 187/1127 187/1128 187/1129 187/1130 187/1131 187/1132 187/1133 187/1134 187/1135 187/1136 187/1137 187/1138 187/1139 187/1140 187/1141 187/1142 .Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew 45502680.IPP 4-WAY 1710-1880 ION-M ACT.W. 3-PORT 0-2170 ION-M BTS CON. 4-PORT 806-960 1710-2170 ION-M BTS CON.W. 3-PORT 1710-1755 2110 AWS ION-M BTS CON.COMB.IPP 4-WAY 880-960 ION-M ACT. 3-PORT 1710-2170 0-10DB ION-M BTS CON. 4-PORT 1710-2170 0-10DB ION-M BTS CON. 1-PORT 0-30DB ION-M BTS CON.COMB.COMB.doc ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M SPLITTER 2-WAY 870-2170 ION-M SPLITTER 4-WAY 800-1000 ION-M SPLITTER 4-WAY 1710-2170 ION-M BTS CON. 3-PORT 1895-1910 1975 PCS ION-M BTS CON. 2-WAY 851-869 ION-M SPLITTER 4-WAY 380-960 010DB ION-M SPLITTER 4-WAY 1710-2170 0-10DB ION-M COMBINER 4-WAY 806-960 0-10DB ION-M COMBINER 4-WAY 1710-1990 0-10DB ION-M COMBINER 4-WAY 1920-2170 0-10DB ION-M ACT. 3-PORT 380-960 1710-2170 ION-M BTS CON.W. 2-PORT 380-960 010DB ION-M BTS CONNECT 380-960 ION-M BTS CON. 1-PORT 0-30DB WITH SPLITT ION-M BTS CON.

COUPLER 806-960 4DB ION-M TERMINATION 200W 4002200MHZ N FE ION-M RACK 19" 7 HU ION-M RACK 19" B 24 HU ION-M RACK 19" 33 HU OUTDOOR ION-M RACK 19" B 38 HU ION-M PACKAGING 24 HU Page 38 of 43 187/1143 187/1144 187/1145 187/1146 187/1147 187/1148 187/1149 187/1150 187/1151 187/1152 187/1153 187/1154 187/1155 187/1156 187/1157 187/1158 187/1159 187/1160 187/1161 187/1162 187/1163 187/1164 187/1165 187/1166 187/1167 187/1168 187/1169 187/1170 187/1171 187/1172 187/1173 .doc ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-M SUBRACK 4 PSU DC 3HU ION-M SUBRACK 4 PSU AC 3HU ION-M SUBRACK 8 PSU DC 6HU ION-M SUBRACK 8 PSU AC 6HU ION-M POWER SUPPLY UNIT DC IN 48V ION-M POWER SUPPLY UNIT AC IN 100-240V ION-M MMC PLUS ION-M RMC MULTI-USER WITH MODEM GSM 9/18 ION-M RMC SINGLE-USER WITH MODEM GSM ION-M RMC SINGLE-USER WITHOUT MODEM ION-M RMC SINGLE-USER WITH MODEM GSM ION-M DISPLAY & KEYBOARD DRAWER 1HU 12V ION-M RACK ALARM BOARD ION-M SYSTEM ALARM BOARD ION-M FAN SET 4 FANS MU ROOF MOUNT ION-M FAN 19" 1HU 12V DC 4312/17V ION-M HEATER ION-M UPS-KIT 230V ION-M MODEM KIT MC35 19" RF FRONT ION-M SW OPTION USB IN RMC DEACTIVATED ION-M SW OPTION WINDOWS HARDENING ION-M LEVELING ADAPTER 6 PORTS ION-M RF PATCH CABLE ION-M DIR.Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew 45502680.COUPLER 380-480 20DB ION-M DIR.

1RF. SC/APC.-48VDC. N-F. N-F ION-B SUBRACK.922. SC/APC. SC/APC. -48VDC.ACTV.0/1. VAC. AC REDNT PS. N-F ION-B REMOTE CELL850/UMTS. 19"X 4HE ION-B SUBRACK. CASE-B ION-B REMOTEUMTS.VAC. N-F ION-B REMOTE UMTS. 8-1. CASEB ION-B REMOTE CELL850/GSM1800. SC/AP ION-B REMOTE EGSM/GSM18/UMTS. 1RF. SC ION-B REMOTE CELL850/UMTS. 8-1. 400MHZ. VAC.7-2.VAC. -48VDC. 19"X4HE ION-B SUBRACK. 19"X 4HE ION-B SUBRACK. VAC. SC/APC.-48VDC.doc ION-M Series ION-M Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-M PACKAGING 33 HU ION-M PACKAGING 38 HU ION-M Series Multi-Band MultiOperator Radio Over Fibre System ION-B REMOTE EGSM/GSM18/UMTS. SC/APC ION-B REMOTE CELL/DCS/UMTS. N-F.SC/APC ION-B COMBINER. SC ION-B REMOTE UMTS.0/1.71/1. WIDEBAND.17GHZ ION-B COMBINER. PASSIVE BP.5GHZ. 8Page 39 of 43 187/1174 187/1175 187/1176 187/1177 187/1178 187/1179 187/1180 187/1181 187/1182 187/1183 187/1184 187/1185 187/1186 187/1187 187/1188 187/1189 187/1190 187/1191 187/1192 187/1193 187/1194 187/1195 187/1196 187/1197 .Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew 45502680. LMR800/LMR900/PC S ION-B COMBINER. SC/APC.19"X4HE ION-B MASTER OPTICAL RTX. 1RF. 1RF. VAC. SC/APC ION-B REMOTE CELL850/GSM1800. -48VDC. SC ION-B MASTER OPTICAL RTX. SC/APC ION-B REMOTE UMTS. 48V. ACTIVE BP. -48VDC. ACTIVE BP.SC/AP ION-B REMOTE CELL/DCS/UMTS. 4HEX7T ION-B COMBINER.

12 REMOTE.48TO-48.SMAF.SMA-F.SMA-F.2.0A. 4HEX14TE ION-B TSUN MC35 MODEM KIT ION-B FAST MINIRACK ION-B FAST INTERFACE ION-B I/LINK CELL/GSM900/GSM1800/UMTS.19" ION-B ACC PS.0A.SMAF.1F ION-B I/LINK EGSM//GSM1800/UMTS.0A.VAC TO-48 ION-B ACC PS.DC. ION-B ACC PS.0A.2 VAR ATTEN.4HEX7TE ION-B.4HEX7TE+2X20DB PADS ION-B. Page 40 of 43 187/1198 187/1199 187/1200 187/1201 187/1202 187/1203 187/1204 187/1205 187/1206 187/1207 187/1208 187/1209 187/1210 187/1211 187/1212 187/1213 187/1214 187/1215 187/1216 187/1217 187/1218 187/1219 187/1220 187/1221 187/1222 187/1223 187/1224 .SMAF.19" X1HE X 300MM ION-B SUPERVISION.10DB.WDM. 10DB ION-B SUPERVISION.4HEX7TE ION-B. ION-B ACC PS.4HEX7TE ION-B. BLANK PANEL.4HEX7TE ION-B DPLX EGSM.19" X1HE X 300MM ION-B PLUG-IN SUPERVISION.2. 1.1. 12+1 OUT. 24 REMOTE.SMAF. 12+1 OUT. 4HEX14TE ION-B.2F ION-B I/LINK EGSM//GSM1800/UMTS.4HEX7TE ION-B 900/1800MHZ POWER LIMITER.4HEX7TE ION-B DPLX UMTS. 10DB ION-B UMTS POWER LIMITER.VAC TO-48.4HEX7TE ION-B DPLX GSM1800.700-2500MHZ.4 WAY.0A.AC.30DB.VAC TO-48.2 WAY.1F ION-B ACC PS.2F ION-B I/LINK CELL/GSM900/GSM1800/UMTS.700-2500MHZ.doc ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B DPLX LMR800.4HEX7TE ION-B DPLX CELL850.1.2 VAR ATT. 12 REMOTE.SMAF.1.0GHZ/AWS/PCS Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew 45502680.

SMA0. 3 AP ION-B ACC WLAN BOOSTER.85265VAC/55VDC ION-B INSTALLL KIT. 600W ION-B ACC EXT PSU CASE B.2NFANTPORTS.50OHM ION-B ACC SUBRACKSPLICEORGANISERUPTO 24 ION-B ACCUPPTO24CORES(ADAPTERSNO TINCLUD) ION-B ACCADAPTERSC/APCSC/APC ION-B ACCOPTICALJUMPERSCAPCCONNT.INDOOR. 85-265 VAC/28VDC80W ION-B ACC EXT PSUR.06W. 72 TO 36 VDC/5 ION-B ACC EXT PSU R.CASE B ION-B ACC WLAN LOCAL INTERFACE.2NFANTPORTS.doc Page 41 of 43 .85265VAC/28VDC ION-B ACC EXT PSUR2E.VAC ION-B ACC2G/3G & WI-FI DIPLEXER ION-B ACC TERMINATION.VAC ION-B ACC WLAN BOOSTER. 85-265 VAC/5 ION-B ACC EXT PSU CASE B.-48V Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B ACC AC/DC PS MODULE.06W.50OHM ION-B ACC TERMINATION.2MT ION-B ACC SPLICING BOX ION-B ACC SPLICING BOX MA 2000 Converged In-building Coverage System 187/1225 187/1226 187/1227 187/1228 187/1229 187/1230 187/1231 187/1232 187/1233 187/1234 187/1235 187/0123 6 187/1237 187/1238 187/1239 187/1240 187/1241 Andrew ION-B Series 187/1242 Andrew Andrew Andrew Andrew Enersus ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series ION-B Series MA2000 Series 187/1243 187/1244 187/1245 187/1246 45502680. 600W ION-B ACC DC/DC PS MODULE.72TO36VDC/28VDC80W ION-B ACC EXT PSUR2E.SMA0.-72TO36VDC/28VDC ION-B ACC EXT PSUR2E.

SERIAL INTERFACE (DIAL-UP) NETWORK CONTROLLER -ETHERNET/IP INTERFACE RADIO INTERFACE UNIT BTS CONDITIONER FOR CELLULAR BTS CONDITIONER FOR DCS 1800MHZ BTS CONDITIONER FOR GSM 900MHZ BTS CONDITIONER FOR UMTS 2100MHZ WIDE BAND BASE.O /DCS 1 PORT FOR LITE DUAL BAND GSM/DCS 1 PORT FOR LITE ADD-ON RHU SUPPORTING UMTS SERVICE FOR 2000 LITE REMOTE CABINET ALL SERVICES REMOTE CABINET . 8002500MHZ. SUPPORTING 8 RHUS 2000 ENCLOSURE SUPPORTING 2 MODULES DUAL BAND CELL M.doc Page 42 of 43 . 8 UNIT.11A/B/G WLAN MODULE SUPPORTING 1-4 AP 802. SUPPORTING 4 RHUS WIDE BAND BASE.11A/B/G INCLUDING UMTS ACCESSORY KIT FOR 850 WITH 1200 ACCESSORY KIT FOR 850 WITH 2000 LOCAL AC/DC CONVERTER 100W LOCAL AC/DC CONVERTER 40W LOCAL AC/DC CONVERTER 66W M2000 LITE CELLULAR 800/DCS 1800 MODIFIED FOR TELSTRA 2 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER.ALL SERVICES. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 911/945 911/946 911/947 911/948 911/949 911/950 911/951 911/952 911/953 911/954 911/955 911/956 911/957 911/958 911/959 911/960 911/961 911/962 911/963 911/964 911/965 911/966 911/967 911/997 911/1121 45502680. 4 UNIT.Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus Enersus NMS-SW-SERVER 410 430 RIU-IM RIU-BTSC-CELL RIU-BTSC-DCS RIU-BTSC-GSM RIU-BTSC-UMTS WB-B4U WB-B8U 2000-MINI-ENC 2000-CL-M-DCS-L 2000-GSM-DCS-L 1200-UMTS-AO-LT 2000-RC-LP 2000-RC-RP 860 860-U AK-850-1200 AK-850-2000 LPS-48V-100W LPS-48V-40W LPS-48V-66W 2000-CELL-DCSLT SPTCB-02M-NFA GUI AND SERVER S/W PACKAGE (ONE PER SITE) NETWORK CONTROLLER . REMOTE POWERING WLAN MODULE SUPPORTING 1-4 AP 802.

In general. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 911/1122 Enersus SPTCB-04M-NFA 911/1123 Enersus COUCB-06M-NFA 911/1124 Enersus COUCB-10M-NFA 911/1125 Enersus COUCB-13M-NFA 911/1126 Enersus COUCB-15M-NFA 911/1127 Enersus COUCB-20M-NFA 911/1128 Enersus MA1000 Series MA 1000 Converged In-building Coverage System The use of high quality RF connectors with gold or silver plating. RF connectors containing steel. 8002500MHZ. 8002500MHZ.Enersus SPTCB-03M-NFA 3 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER. or made of sucoplate. 8002500MHZ. 8002500MHZ. 45502680. brass.doc Page 43 of 43 . 8002500MHZ. specify cables with equivalent properties for any upgrade or extension of that DAS. there is no specific requirement for general office areas. Specify cables with solid outer conductors (SCF38 or equivalent as a minimum requirement) between BTS and multi-network combiner or crossband coupler. fire authorities and building owners/managers in respect of fire retardant and smoke emission properties. but some buildings may require particular cable specifications. 8002500MHZ. Cables shall meet the requirements of relevant building codes. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 10DB MICROSTRIP COUPLER. and between multi-network combiner and main feeders. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 6DB MICROSTRIP COUPLER. or beryllium copper is essential. nickel. or aluminium shall not be used. 8002500MHZ. If an existing DAS installation has fire retardant and low smoke emission cables. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 13DB MICROSTRIP COUPLER. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 4 WAY MICROSTRIP SPLITTER. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 15DB MICROSTRIP COUPLER. N FEMALE CONNECTORS (3IM COMPLIANT @ <-140DBC) 20DB MICROSTRIP COUPLER.