Product Description

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008

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HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description

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Prepared by Reviewed by Dong Yujiao Peng Jianhua, Feng Baoshun, Chen Ping, Xu Kai, Liu Jianyun, Jin Yan, He Jia, Xia Jun, and Zhao Ming Feng Baoshun Date Date 2008-05-03 2008-05-05

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2008-05-06

Organization
This document describes the BTS3900 in terms of features, system architecture, functions, OM, reliability, and technical specifications. The following table describes the organization of this document. Chapter 1 Introduction to BTS3900 2 System Architecture 3 Ports 4 Product Features 5 OM System 6 Reliability 7 Technical Specifications Content This chapter provides a general description of the BTS3900. This chapter describes the structure, components, and recommended configuration of the BTS3900. This chapter describes the physical ports of the BTS3900. This chapter describes the features of the BTS3900. This chapter describes the components and functions of the OM system. This chapter introduces the measures taken in reliability design of the BTS3900 in terms of system, hardware, and software. This chapter lists the main performance and engineering specifications of the BTS3900.

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Chapter Appendix A Technical Standards Appendix B Glossary Appendix C Acronyms and Abbreviations

Content The appendix lists the technical standards complied by the BTS3900. The appendix lists the glossary. The appendix lists the acronyms and abbreviations.

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Change History
Issue 01 02 Description Initial commercial release The power consumption is modified. Date 2008-03-04 2008-05-06 Author Dong Yujiao Dong Yujiao Approved by Feng Baoshun Feng Baoshun

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............................................... 29 4.......................................................................2.................. 29 4............................................................................................3 Alarm Ports.......................................................................................................................................... 13 2....................................3 Benefits of the BTS3900 .. 26 3............................... 29 4................................................ 22 2................................................................................................................................... 27 3......................................................1.......................... 26 3...26 3.. 13 2....................... 9 1.................................................. 23 2............................................2................................................. 10 1..........................................1..........................2....5 Flexible Networking ......................3 Green Communication Design .........................................4 Other Ports ....................................................... 24 2................................................................................................................................................................ 29 4...2 Cost-Effective Solutions for Capacity and Coverage ................................................................................................................ 15 2.........................................3 Configuration of the BTS3900............................................................................................................................................................3 GATM....5 Smooth Evolution to Future-Oriented Network ............................... 24 3 Ports........................................... 22 2......................29 4...................................................................11 1..........3...................................................................................... 19 2.............2 Appearance of the BTS3900 ................................................2.....4 DCDU-01 ................1 Overview ................... 14 2.............................................................................................2........2 Wide Coverage................................................................11 2 System Architecture ....................................9 1......1.................................................................6 Power Subrack (AC/DC)...................................2 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (+24 V DC) ..................................................................................3 Multiple Frequency Bands.........................................................................................1 Efficient Site Usage and Fast Networking ....................................................................... 21 2.............................................................................................................7 FAN Unit ...... 16 2..................................................11 1...5 Power Subrack (DC/DC) ............................................................ 16 2........................................................11 1.........................3 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (220 V AC) .................................11 1.......................................................................................................................HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Contents 1 Introduction to BTS3900 ..........3............................................1 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (–48 V DC) .........................................................................................................................11 1...........1 BBU3900 ..............................................2......................................2 Transmission Ports.......................3..............................................................13 2...........1 High Capacity .............................2 DRFU.3..........................1 Power Ports ..........................1 BTS3900 Cabinet .................4 Easy Installation ......................................................2 BTS3900 Modules.................2................................................... 27 4 Product Features ...........................4 Reliable OM with Minimized OPEX ....................................................................................................................................... 30 Issue 02 (2008-05-06) HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES PROPRIETARY Page 6 of 52 .......................................................................3..............................................

......2...................................1 Equipment Management ................................................2 Software Management .......................................................................... 38 6...............2 Mechanical Specifications ...................................................................... 32 4.................................................... 36 5......................2 Error Tolerance ............... 46 A................ 41 7.................................................3.................................................. 36 5..................6 Convenient OM ........................................................................... 46 A..............................................1 Data Redundancy..........2................................................................. 38 6....................................... 45 A..................................................................................................34 5......................................... 37 6..........................4.............................................................6 Security Management...... 43 Appendix A Technical Standards........ 46 A.................................................1 System Reliability ...... 40 7........................2 Transportation Standards ...... 35 5....................................................................................................................................40 7.........8 Environment Monitoring...................................................................7 Various Transmission Modes ....................2................................2 Surge Protection Standards.....45 A............ 36 5................3 Safety Standards......................................................................................3.............7 Alarm Management .............................. 46 A.........................................9 Co-Antenna on the Same Band ................................................................................................. 31 4........... 37 6.......3 Storage Standard ..............................................................................2..................11 Smooth Capacity Expansion and Evolution .........................................................................................................................................4 Service Management..................8 Enhanced Antenna System..............................................................2......................................................................................1 OM System.............................................1 RF Specifications......................1 Operating Environment Standards .................................... 30 4.. 31 4............................................................................................................................................................... 35 5.........................................37 6..........................................................................................2..................................2............................................................................................. 30 4.....................................1 EMC Standards............................................................................................................................................4........................................... 35 5.... 42 7............................... 36 6 Reliability.................................................................................................... 38 7 Technical Specifications .................................2 Hardware Reliability ...10 Good Environment Adaptability................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35 5............................................................................4 Surge Protection Specifications .................................12 Flexible Clock Synchronization Modes ............ 32 5 OM System .......................................5 Physical Protection Standard...................................................................... 30 4.............................................................................5 Environment Specifications .2 OM Functions ..............................................................HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 4......................................................47 Issue 02 (2008-05-06) HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES PROPRIETARY Page 7 of 52 ..........................2........................ 41 7....................................................................................................... 45 A....................................................... 46 Appendix B Glossary.............................................................................................................. 36 5............4.........5 Performance Management................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34 5.....................3 Configuration Management ...............4 Environment Standards ........... 46 A................................3 Power Specifications .................3 Software Reliability........................................

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Number of TRXs per Cabinet 12 Application Scenario Indoor macro BTS BTS3900 Densely populated areas with high traffic volume Areas that require wide coverage Areas where the construction cost of equipment room is high or the space resource is limited Outdoor separated macro BTS BTS3900A 12 Urban/suburban/rural areas with high traffic volume Areas where site acquisition is difficult or the construction cost of equipment room is high Distributed base station DBS3900 12 Urban/suburban/rural areas with high traffic volume Areas where site acquisition is difficult Areas where the construction cost of equipment room is high or the space resource is limited Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 9 of 52 .HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 1 1. and DBSs. which is a member of the 3900 GSM BTS family. Table 1-1 lists the products in the 3900 GSM BTS family. Through combination of associated BTS types. The family products are classified into indoor macro BTSs. The 3900 GSM BTS family is the fourth generation BTSs developed by Huawei.1 Overview BTS Type Model Introduction to BTS3900 The BTS3900 is an indoor macro base station. the 3900 GSM BTS family enables fast networking with low cost in various scenarios. Table 1-1 Products in the 3900 GSM BTS family Max. outdoor separated macro BTSs.

2 Appearance of the BTS3900 The BTS3900 houses the baseband unit (BBU3900) and the double radio filter unit (DRFU).HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 1. The three types of BTS3900 cabinets support stack installation. Figure 1-1 shows a single BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC) and two BTS3900 cabinets (–48 V DC) in stack mode. Figure 1-1 Appearance of the BTS3900 cabinet Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 10 of 52 . BTS3900 cabinet (+24 V DC). and the BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC) with the power input. The BTS3900 cabinet is classified into the BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC).

the BTS3900 guarantees wide coverage and high throughput. the uplink coverage and downlink coverage are enhanced. such as the equipment room and energy resources. which reduces the maintenance expense. and OM is reduced. WCDMA. four-way receive diversity. The BTS3900 has a streamlined modular structure. The transmit power on top of the cabinet per TRX is up to 45 W for GSM900 or 71 W for GSM900 in Power Boost Technology (PBT) mode.2 Cost-Effective Solutions for Capacity and Coverage A DRFU provides two TRXs. 1.3 Benefits of the BTS3900 The indoor macro BTS3900 adopts the unified module design. thus meeting the space requirements of the operator for site acquisition and equipment room construction. Therefore. and assembled modules. It is small in size and light in weight. The BTS3900 features the streamlined structure design. and installation become easy. Compared with traditional macro BTSs. the cost in production. air conditioner. and heat exchanger. The part assembly and disassembly are easy and fast. transportation. With excellent performance.3. As a result. No crane is needed because the BTS3900 cabinet weights only 57 kg. and PBT. Thus. the difficulty and cost in network construction for the telecom operator are minimized. The occupation on resources. 1. the integrated BTS3900A cabinet has the power consumption reduced by 8%. 1.1 Efficient Site Usage and Fast Networking The BTS3900 is one of the most compact macro base stations in the industry with the footprint of only 600 mm x 450 mm. is minimized.5 Smooth Evolution to Future-Oriented Network The BTS3900 is designed on the basis of the unified platform for the Huawei wireless products. and thus allows multiple radio access technologies (RATs) in one cabinet. CDMA. and supports smooth evolution to the Long Term Evolution (LTE). 1.4 Reliable OM with Minimized OPEX The BTS3900 can share the BBU. the power rate and the cost on related devices. transmit diversity. batteries. separated installation of the BBU and DRFU.3. 1.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 1. The TMA can be configured for the BTS3900 to improve the receive sensitivity. All the modules in the BTS3900 are easily accessible from the front of the cabinet.3. such as power equipment. Therefore. The BTS3900 supports two-way receive diversity. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 11 of 52 . BTSs for different networks such as GSM. configuration.3. and helps minimize the number of sites.3. RFU.3 Green Communication Design The BTS3900 adopts the innovative technology in management on power amplification and power consumption. The transportation. are reduced accordingly. and power system with other products of the same BTS family.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description and WiMAX can share the same cabinet and BBU. The BTS3900 enables the service upgrade and network evolution for the telecom operators around the globe. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 12 of 52 . The BTS3900 supports the Abis IP/FE interface in hardware and can support Abis over IP through software upgrade if required. The BTS3900 supports the smooth evolution to the LTE.

BTS3900 cabinet (+24 V DC). 2.1 BTS3900 Cabinet System Architecture The BTS3900 cabinet is classified into the BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC). and the BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC) with the power input. and DCDU-01. Figure 2-1 shows a fully configured cabinet in S4/4/4 configuration. FAN unit. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 13 of 52 .HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 2 2. The BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC) can be installed in stack mode. GATM.1. BBU.1 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (–48 V DC) The BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC) consists of the DRFU.

and wiring unit (+24 V) of the power subrack. DCDU-01.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-1 BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC) in full configuration D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U 1 FAN Air inlet GATM BBU DCDU-01 Free 2 3 4 5 (1) Double radio filter unit (4) Baseband unit (2) FAN unit (5) Direct current distribution unit-01 (3) GSM antenna and TMA control module 2. FAN unit. Figure 2-2 shows a fully configured cabinet in S4/4/4 configuration. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 14 of 52 .2 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (+24 V DC) The BTS3900 cabinet (+24 V DC) consists of the DRFU. The BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC) can be stacked on a BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC).1. BBU. PSU (DC/DC).

Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 15 of 52 . and wiring unit of the power subrack (220 V).3 Structure of the BTS3900 Cabinet (220 V AC) The BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC) consists of the DRFU. Figure 2-3 shows a fully configured cabinet in S4/4/4 configuration.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-2 BTS3900 cabinet (+24 V DC) in full configuration D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U 1 FAN Air inlet BBU DCDU-01 PSU PSU PSU PSU Wiring Unit 2 3 4 5 6 (1) Double radio filter unit (3) Baseband unit (5) Wiring unit of the power subrack (+24 V) (2) FAN unit (4) Direct current distribution unit-01 (6) Power supply unit (DC/DC) 2. PMU. PSU (AC/DC).1. The BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC) can be stacked on a BTS3900 cabinet (–48 V DC). BBU. DCDU-01. FAN unit.

2 BTS3900 Modules 2. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 16 of 52 .2.1 BBU3900 Figure 2-4 shows the BBU panel.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-3 BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC) in full configuration D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U D R F U 1 FAN Air inlet BBU DCDU-01 7 PMU PSU PSU PSU 2 3 4 5 6 Wiring Unit (1) Double radio filter unit (2) FAN unit (4) Direct current distribution (5) Power supply unit unit-01 (AC/DC) (7) Power and environment monitoring unit (3) Baseband unit (6) Wiring unit of the power subrack (220 V) 2.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-4 BBU panel The BBU mainly consists of the following components: BTS Interface Unit Central Processing Unit High-Speed Interface Unit Clock Unit Monitoring Unit In addition. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 17 of 52 . Figure 2-5 shows the interaction between the components of the BBU. the BBU is installed with the FAN and power supply units.

The central processing unit performs the following functions: Supports the UART communications protocol Controls the BTS interface unit and the communication between the BSC and the BTS Controls the RF interface unit and communicates with the DRFU Provides and manages BTS clock signals. and supports external synchronization clock input Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 18 of 52 . It also provides the reference clock for the system.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-5 Components of the BBU The functions of these components are as follows: BTS Interface Unit The BTS interface unit performs the following functions: Connects the BTS to the BSC Exchanges data between the E1 link and the DBUS Synchronizes the current-level clock with the upper-level clock Central Processing Unit The central processing unit performs centralized management (OM and signaling processing) of the entire separated base station system.

provides phase lock for the software. processes data. and generates frame numbers Monitoring Unit The monitoring unit collects various types of Boolean alarm information. 2. adjusts DA. and reports the alarm information to the central processing unit. Figure 2-6 DRFU panel Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 19 of 52 . Figure 2-6 shows the DRFU panel.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description High-Speed Interface Unit Each BBU3036 provides six CPRI ports.2. The high-speed interface unit performs the following functions: Receives the uplink baseband data from the DRFU Transmits the downlink baseband data to the DRFU Clock Unit The clock unit performs the following functions: Provides a high precision clock source for the BTS and provides the system clock based on this clock source Checks the phase-locked status. and combines and divides signals.2 DRFU The DRFU performs modulation and demodulation between baseband signals and RF signals.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description The DRFU consists of the following components: High-Speed Interface Unit Signal Processing Unit Power Amplifier Dual-Duplexer Figure 2-7 shows the components of the DRFU. Figure 2-7 Components of the DRFU The functions of each component are as follows. High-Speed Interface Unit The high-speed interface unit performs the following functions: Transmits the signals received from the BBU to the signal processing unit Transmits the signals received from the signal processing unit to the BBU Signal Processing Unit The signal processing unit consists of two uplink RX channels and two downlink TX channels. The functions of the uplink RX channels are as follows: Down-converting the RF signals to IF signals Amplifying the IF signals and performs IQ demodulation Performing analog-to-digital conversion Sampling digital signals Performing matched filtering Supporting the digital automatic gain control (DAGC) Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 20 of 52 . Each channel supports two carriers.

and data signals from the BBU and sending them to associated units Shaping and filtering downlink signals Performing digital-to-analog conversion through the DAC and performing IQ modulation Up-converting the IF signals to the transmit band Power Amplifier The power amplifier amplifies the low-power RF signals from the signal processing unit. Figure 2-8 shows the GATM panel. Dual-Duplexer The dual-duplexer performs the following functions: RX signals and TX signals can share the same antenna channel Filters RX signals and TX signals 2.3 GATM The GSM antenna and TMA control module (GATM) is optional. Figure 2-8 GATM panel The GATM performs the following functions: Controls the RET antenna Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 21 of 52 .HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Encapsulating data The functions of the downlink TX channels are as follows: Decapsulating the clock signals. control signals.2.

Figure 2-9 shows the DCDU-01 panel. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 22 of 52 . Figure 2-10 shows the panel of the power subrack (DC/DC).HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Feeds power to the TMA Reports the RET control alarm signals Monitors the current from the feeder 2. Figure 2-9 DCDU-01 panel The DCDU-01 performs the following functions: Leads the -48 V DC into the cabinet Distributes the 10 –48 V DC outputs to boards and modules in the cabinet Provides surge protection of 10 kA in differential mode and 15 kA in common mode and provides dry contact alarms related to surge protection failures 2.4 DCDU-01 The direct current distribution unit (DCDU-01) provides 10 –48 V DC outputs.2.2.5 Power Subrack (DC/DC) The power subrack (DC/DC) consists of the wiring unit (+24 V) and the PSU (DC/DC).

6 Power Subrack (AC/DC) The power subrack (AC/DC) is configured in only the BTS3900 cabinet (220 V AC). and PMU. PSU (AC/DC).HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-10 Panel of the power subrack (DC/DC) The power subrack (DC/DC) performs the following functions: Leads the +24 V DC to the cabinet Converts the +24 V DC into the -48 V DC Supplies the –48 V DC to the DCDU-01 through the LOAD and RTN ports 2. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 23 of 52 . It consists of the wiring unit (220 V).2. Figure 2-11 shows the panel of the power subrack (AC/DC).

detects module faults. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 24 of 52 .2. and reports alarms Communicates with the central processing unit through the RS232/RS422 serial port Manages the power system and the battery charging and discharging 2. It can adjust the rotation speed of the fans to implement ventilation and dissipation for the cabinet.7 FAN Unit The FAN unit regulates the temperature at the air inlet of the cabinet and in the fans.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Figure 2-11 Panel of the power subrack (AC/DC) The power subrack (AC/DC) performs the following functions: Leads the 220 V AC into the cabinet Converts the 220 V AC into the –48 V DC Supplies the –48 V DC to the DCDU-01 Monitors the environment. Table 2-1 describes the recommended configuration of the BTS3900. A single cabinet supports the S4/4/4 and S2/2/2 configurations. Through stack installation. the BTS3900 cabinet can support the S1/1/1+S3/3/3 or S4/4/4+S4/4/4 configuration. and support the application in dual-band network. 2.3 Configuration of the BTS3900 The BTS3900 cabinet in full configuration provides 12 TRXs.

A maximum of two GATMs can be configured. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 25 of 52 . the power subrack (AC/DC) is installed if the 220 V AC is used. S1/1/1+S3/3/3 Cabinet: 2 PCS BBU3900: 1 PCS DRFU: 8 PCS FAN unit: 1 PCS DCDU-01: 2 PCS GATM: optional S4/4/4+S4/4/4 Cabinet: 2 PCS BBU3900: 1 PCS DRFU: 12 PCS FAN unit: 1 PCS DCDU-01: 2 PCS GATM: optional The power subrack (DC/DC) is installed if the +24 V DC is used. Ring topology is adopted between DRFUs and the BBU. Star topology is adopted between DRFUs and the BBU. Star and chain topologies are adopted between DRFUs and the BBU. S4/4/4 Cabinet: 1 PCS BBU3900: 1 PCS DRFU: 6 PCS S2/2/2+S2/2/2 FAN unit: 1 PCS DCDU-01: 1 PCS GATM: optional S6/6/6 Cabinet: 2 PCS BBU3900: 1 PCS DRFU: 9 PCS FAN unit: 1 PCS DCDU-01: 2 PCS GATM: optional The power subrack (DC/DC) is installed if the +24 V DC is used. the power subrack (AC/DC) is installed if the 220 V AC is used. A maximum of two GATMs can be configured.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Table 2-1 Recommended configuration of the BTS3900 Recommended Configuration S1/1/1 S2/2/2 Hardware Configuration Cabinet: 1 PCS BBU3900: 1 PCS DRFU: 3 PCS FAN unit: 1 PCS DCDU-01: 1 PCS GATM: optional Description The power subrack (DC/DC) is installed if the +24 V DC is used. the power subrack (AC/DC) is installed if the 220 V AC is used. A maximum of one GATM can be configured.

1 Power Ports Table 3-1 lists the power ports on the BTS3900. Ports Table 3-1 Power ports of the BTS3900 Port Wiring terminals Wiring terminals L and N terminals Cabinet Type Description BTS3900 cabinet (+24V DC) BTS3900 cabinet (110V AC /220V AC) 3. Table 3-2 Transmission ports of the BTS3900 Port INSIDE OUTSIDE CPRI E1/T1 Connector DB25 male DB26 male SFP DB26 male Description Transfers the four E1s/T1s between the UELP and the GTMU Provides the input and output of the four E1s/T1s between the BBU and the BSC Provides the input and output of the CPRI signals between the BBU and the DRFU Provides the input and output of the four E1s/T1s between the GTMU and the UELP or between the GTMU and the BSC Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence – – BTS3900 cabinet ( DC) 48V 48V DC input +24V DC input 110V AC /220V AC input Page 26 of 52 .HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 3 3.2 Transmission Ports Table 3-2 lists the transmission ports of the BTS3900.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Port FE0 Connector RJ45 Description Reserved Connects the BBU to a routing device in the equipment room through the Ethernet cable to transmit network information. two RS485 buses and eight dry contact signals are provided. When the BBU3900 is configured with two UPEUs or one UPEU plus one UEIU.3 Alarm Ports In the BTS3900 system. FE1 DLC Reserved Connects the BBU to a routing device in the equipment room through the optical cable to transmit network information. Table 3-3 describes the alarm ports of the BTS3900. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 27 of 52 . the alarms ports vary with the optional modules configured in the BBU3900. 3.4 Other Ports Table 3-4 describes other external ports of the BTS3900. 4 RS485 buses and 16 dry contact signals are provided. When the BBU3900 is configured with one UPEU. Table 3-3 Alarm ports of the BTS3900 Port MON0 Connector RJ45 Description Provides the input and output of the externally collected environment monitoring signals in the format of the RS485 frame to the GTMU Provides the input and output of the externally collected environment monitoring signals in the format of the RS485 frame to the GTMU Transmits the externally collected environment monitoring signals in the format of the dry contact signals to the GTMU Transmits the externally collected environment monitoring signals in the format of the dry contact signals to the GTMU MON1 RJ45 EXT-ALM0 RJ45 EXT-ALM1 RJ45 3.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Table 3-4 Other external ports of the BTS3900 Port ETH USB TST Connector RJ45 USB USB Description For local maintenance and commissioning A reserved port used in software upgrade from a USB disk Connected to a tester for testing the output clock signals Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 28 of 52 .

2 Wide Coverage Product Features The BTS3900 cabinet in full configuration houses six DRFUs.4 Easy Installation The BTS3900 cabinet can be installed on the ESD floor. It supports baseband FH. RF FH.3 Multiple Frequency Bands The BTS3900 supports GSM900 and DCS1800 catering to requirements of the telecom operators in different regions.1 High Capacity 4. The TMA can be configured on the BTS3900 to improve the receiver sensitivity. 4. and dynamic MAIO to suppress the network interference and thus to expand the network capacity. against the wall. A single BTS3900 supports up to 72 GSM TRXs in the maximum configuration of S24/24/24. The battery cabinets can also be stacked to reduce the area of the equipment room. The BTS3900 cabinet supports up to six sectors. antenna hopping. The BTS3036 supports two-antenna and four-antenna receive diversity to improve the uplink coverage. 4. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 29 of 52 . on the concrete floor. The BTS3900 cabinet provides up to 12 TRXs in the maximum configuration of S4/4/4. The static sensitivity of the TCH/FS is –113 dBm (typical value at normal temperature).HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 4 4. It supports transmit diversity and PBT to improve the downlink coverage. It supports omni-directional and directional coverage modes. Two cabinets can be installed in stack mode with the footprint of only 600 mm x 450 mm. or in stack mode.

The modular design facilitates future capacity expansion and replacement. and optical transmission Allows 3 U space for the built-in transmission equipment Supports the IP transmission in hardware and TDM transmission 4. the user can install the client software to maintain the network elements within the entire network in a remote and centralized way. to suppress network interference. batch software upgrades. After the equipment is installed. and batch adjustment on the tilt of the RET antenna Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 30 of 52 . and hybrid topologies. Thus. the BTS3900 can establish a default OM path with the upper-level equipment if the data is not configured. The boards and modules support the plug-and-play function. Once granted the authority. The subracks. satellite. Web UI. It supports multiple maintenance interfaces such as MMI. 4. and boards are the same in depth and height.8 Enhanced Antenna System Supports the RET antenna to optimize the performance of network coverage. and centralized network management mode. and to expand network capacity Supports remote batch operations. 4. tree. and CLI.6 Convenient OM It supports three OM modes: Site Maintenance Terminal mode. chain. 4. modules. BIN. BTS3012. Supports various network topologies such as star. SNMP.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description The cables connected to all the ports on the modules and boards can be routed from the front panel and maintenance can be performed in front of the cabinet. Once granted the authority. and DBS3900. The Site Maintenance Terminal can be used to maintain the BTS through the Ethernet port. The power distribution components (with surge protection and filtering) have a modular structure and can be used in different cabinets. It supports Intranet maintenance.7 Various Transmission Modes Supports the E1/T1 transmission and reserves the FE port Supports microwave. ring. the user can maintain any BTS within the system through a network element. LMT mode. the user can remotely load programs and data to the BTS.5 Flexible Networking Supports coexistence with the BTS3X.

For details. It enables two networks on the same band to share the existing antenna. Biological environment adaptability 4B2 for the areas that are conducive to the growth of mildew and where rodents such as rats can enter ETS 300 019-1-3 Special mechanical parts can be added in the standard cabinet to meet the requirements in the GR-63-CORE Zone 4. The SASU is an important component for the solution of co-antenna at the same band. refer to the IEC 721-3-3 (class 3K8H). 4. the cost and time of the 3G network construction are minimized. Thus. and where the industrial active substances are distributed over the entire area or the cities/suburbs with busy traffic 3/4C3 for the areas near the places of industrial production with chemical pollution. In addition. the two TX carriers are combined on one antenna without deteriorating the network performance. Anti-seismic Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 31 of 52 .0) and AISG1.0 (AISG2.1 Supports the cascaded RET antennas 4.10 Good Environment Adaptability Table 4-1 Environment adaptability of the BTS3900 Environment Adaptability Waterproofing and dustproofing Description The DRFU meets the IP54 standard. The SASU is applied to two scenarios: co-antenna between a 2G cell and a 3G cell.8 dB is introduced in the downlink. The PCB meets the IP20 standard.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Supports the automatic scanning of the RET antenna Supports the Antenna Interface Standard Group 2. the insertion loss of 0. The SASA is an important component for the solution of co-antenna between a 2G network and a 3G network at the same band. Chemical environment adaptability 3/4C2 for the areas with general pollution. In the GSM network.9 Co-Antenna on the Same Band The same band antenna sharing unit (SASU) and the same band antenna sharing adapter (SASA) are adopted to provide low insertion loss and to reduce the cost of network deployment. and co-antenna between two 3G cells.

11 Smooth Capacity Expansion and Evolution Capacity expansion The BTS3900 cabinet in full configuration supports 6 DRFUs and 12 TRXs in the maximum configuration of S4/4/4. 4. A single BTS3900 cabinet supports up to 72 GSM TRXs in the maximum configuration of S24/24/24. and power backup for the BTS3900. Upgrade The BTS3900 supports coexistence with the double-transceiver BTS3012/BTS3012AE and the outdoor mini BTS3006C/3002E. It can extract clock signals from the Global Positioning System/Global Navigation Satellite System (GPS/GLONASS). It can extract the 8 kHz clock signals through the Abis interface to provide the reference clock for the system. which provide comprehensive solutions regarding power distribution. +24 V DC. namely.12 Flexible Clock Synchronization Modes The BBU in the BTS3900 cabinet supports multiple clock synchronization modes to meet the different networking requirements. transmission cable distribution. and supports smooth evolution to the LTE. SPD40R. The BTS3900 cabinet supports the stack installation. APM. the 2 MHz Building Integrated Timing Supply System (BITS) clock. transmission equipment installation.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Environment Adaptability Working temperature Description -20 to +50 (in long-term operating environment) +50 to +55 environment) Power supply Noise Auxiliary equipment –48 V DC. and 10V AC /220 V AC inputs ETS 300 753 4.1E rural level (sound power: 61 dBA/25 and 67 dBA/45 ) AFB. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence ℃ ℃ ℃ ℃ (in short-term operating Page 32 of 52 . The BTS3900 is developed on the basis of the unified platform for Huawei Wireless products. and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). It can synchronize with the external clock input. 4. surge protection.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description The BTS3900 can operate for a minimum of 90 days with the internal clock working in free-run mode. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 33 of 52 .

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 5 5. iManager M2000 Site Maintenance Terminal BTS VLAN BSC Site Maintenance Terminal BTS LMT M2000: centralized network management center BTS: GSM base station LMT: Local Maintenance Terminal BSC: Base Station Controller Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 34 of 52 .1 OM System Figure 5-1 Topology of the OM system OM system OM System The BTS3900 supports the OM system based on the Man Machine Language (MML) and the Graphic User Interface (GUI). and provides powerful OM functions. Figure 5-1 shows the OM system. The OM system enables a general OM mechanism independent of the hardware to meet customers' requirements in operating and maintaining the equipment.

Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 35 of 52 . Centralized network management mode: You can use the Huawei iManager M2000 to maintain the BTS through the OM network. only one BTS can be maintained at a time. security management. Site Maintenance Terminal mode: The Site Maintenance Terminal is locally connected to the BTS through the Ethernet for maintenance. In this mode. Local Maintenance Terminal mode: The LMT is used to maintain the BTS through the OMLs on the Abis interface. the data immediately take effect after modification. cell. You can also perform data configuration and status management for some devices. Allows upgrade of the BTS software through the USB port on the BBU without a PC. In this mode. The M2000 can operate and maintain the site. channel. You can use the LMT to operate and maintain the site. software management. which is an interface between the BSC and the BTS.2 Software Management Provides various functions.2. and centralized network management mode.1 Equipment Management Through the OM system. such as downloading and activating the BTS software. RC. upgrading patches. and board. multiple BTSs can be maintained at a time. you can query the status of all the components (boards/modules) and all the external devices (power supply/environment monitoring/RET). 5. cell.3 Configuration Management Allows consistency check on the added. The associated tasks involve consistency check on the software and hardware releases. or modified BTS data.2 OM Functions The OM system of the BTS3900 enables a general OM mechanism independent of the hardware. channel. performance management. deleted. release management. 5. including equipment management. service management.2.2. This mode is used to configure and modify the data of the BSC and BTS. in static data configuration. channel. You can use the Site Maintenance Terminal System to operate and maintain the site.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description The BTS3900 supports three OM modes: Site Maintenance Terminal mode. The LMT communicates with the BSC through a LAN. configuration management. and environment monitoring. Supports dynamic and static data configuration. and board. Supports automatic data backup. Baseband Transceiver (BT). and board. and loading and downloading files. 5. Radio Carrier (RC). Local Maintenance Terminal mode. In dynamic data configuration. cell. and software upgrade. 5. the modified data take effect after the BTS is reset.

humidity. clearing. prompting.6 Security Management The OM system provides security management functions. 5.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 5. infrared. The data configuration of the BTS can also be remotely modified. such as the CPU and DSP in the board 5.2. such as automatic scanning. such as monitors the traffic volume on the ports and measures the technical data of the BTS Monitors the usage of crucial components. status query. shielding. post processing. such as connection management.7 Alarm Management Supports query of real-time alarms and history alarms Collects internal and external alarms. user authentication. water damage. RET antenna. data configuration (antenna tilt and TMA gain). The equipment working in the adverse environment may incur fire or flood. and forward resolution of the interface messages between the BTS software and the OMC. interpreting.5 Performance Management Monitors the performance of the internal and external telecommunications networks and generates alarms when the performance deteriorates Monitors the operating status of the BTS. and reporting of alarms Detects and reports alarms. To ensure the normal operation of the BTS equipment and to help you handle emergencies. and alarm reporting. Supports complete self-test on hardware installation. thus shortening the upgrade period. and environment monitoring device. smoke. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 36 of 52 .2.2.2.4 Service Management Supports parameter setting and alarm query for the baseband boards. confirming. the BTS provides a complete environment monitoring system. and processes alarm correlation in the system 5. encryption.2. such as the environment monitoring device inputs and Boolean inputs Processes alarm correlation to ensure precision and accuracy in locating alarms Provides functions of saving. 5.8 Environment Monitoring BTSs are usually unmanned and dispersedly distributed. Supports various OM functions for the RET antenna. and temperature monitoring. The environment monitoring system provides customized solutions regarding door control. filtering. The BTS software can be upgraded through the USB software package.

is backed up to ensure the normal system operation in case of data corruption. Reliability The BTS3900 system can automatically detect and diagnose the faults in the software and hardware. the system automatically performs power derating or switches off the power amplifier based on the current temperature. anticlockwise switchover is performed. Stable power supply − Provides a wide range of input voltages and surge protection Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 37 of 52 .1 System Reliability Redundancy configuration Reliability The BTS3900 improves the system reliability by adopting the design of load sharing and redundancy configuration. power supply. Monitoring mechanism The BBU can monitor the environment and report alarms. and reports the fault alarms. When the internal temperature is high. thus greatly improving the system reliability. and the BBU supports load sharing. In addition. and fan units in the system support redundancy configuration. the system increases the power level or switches on the power amplifier. The transmission. and optimizing the technique of detecting/isolating the faults on the board and in the system. and inverse insertion. improper insertion.2 Hardware Reliability Overcurrent protection The power system of the BBU and DRFU is protected against overcurrent. The BBU and DRFUs form a ring. the BTS3900 can monitor the environment and report environment alarms. Crucial system data such as software releases and data configuration files.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 6 6. When the temperature reverts to the normal value. When a DRFU in the ring fails. 6. Overtemperature protection The BBU and DRFU are protected against high temperature.

the monitoring process monitors all the tasks. Task monitoring During the software running. 6. overcurrent. and generates related logs and alarms. the monitoring process reports alarms and attempts to restore the normal running of the software.1 Data Redundancy Important files.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description − − Protects the programs and data of the system in case of power failure Protects the board against overvoltage. When a software release is faulty. including the BOOTROM. and crucial system data are backed up to ensure the normal system operation in case of data corruption. such as software releases and configuration files. 6. Redundancy of software releases The system backs up the software releases. the backup release can be used. in different partitions.3 Software Reliability Software reliability is guaranteed through data redundancy and powerful error tolerance. When the system incurs an unknown error. and reverse connection of positive and negative poles Perfect surge protection A 1 U-high surge protection box is provided for surge protection.3. 6. and generate logs and alarms.2 Error Tolerance The error-tolerance ability prevents the system crash due to the software error. Surge protection measures are taken for the AC/DC ports.3. When an error occurs in the software or the hardware is faulty. the maintenance personnel can locate the problem by tracing back to the normal status. restores data consistency selectively or preferably. That is. The capabilities of the software in error tolerance are as follows: Scheduled detection on the crucial resources Usage check is performed on the software in the system to release the suspended software resources. and GPS port. When the running data configuration files are corrupted. or perform the data restoration. Data check The system checks data consistency on a regular or an event-triggering basis. input/output signal ports of the cabinet (E1 port and Boolean port). the backup data configuration files can be used. Redundancy of data configuration files The system backs up the data configuration files in different partitions. Watchdog Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 38 of 52 . the system has the self-healing ability. antenna port. Redundancy of the operation logs The system records the user operations in a certain period and backs up the information in the operation logs.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description When the software is running abnormally. the system detects the error through software watchdog and hardware watchdog. and is automatically reset. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 39 of 52 .

1 RF Specifications Item Frequency band Specifications Technical Specifications Table 7-1 RF specifications of the BTS3900 Operating Frequency Band PGSM 900 MHz EGSM 900 MHz GSM 1800 MHz RX Frequency Band 890 MHz to 915 MHz 880 MHz to 915 MHz 1710 MHz to 1785 MHz TX Frequency Band 935 MHz to 960 MHz 925 MHz to 960 MHz 1805 MHz to 1880 MHz TX specificati on Operating Frequency Band 900 MHz Work Mode Non-combination Combination PBT Output Power (GMSK/8PSK) 45 W/30 W 20 W/14 W 71 W/47 W 40 W/26 W 18 W/12 W 63 W/42 W 1800 MHz Non-combination Combination PBT RX specificati on Channel Type TCH/FS Static Sensitivity Receive independency: 113 dBm (900M/1800M) 116 dBm (900M/1800M) 118.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 7 7.5 dBm (900M/1800M) Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence – – – Two-way receive diversity Four-way receive diversity Page 40 of 52 .

S2/2/2 non-combination Typical value: 530 W. TOC=18 W. S4/4/4 non-combination Typical value: 1130 W. S2/2/2 non-combination Typical value: 740 W. S4/4/4 combination Typical value: 1130 W.3 Power Specifications Table 7-3 Power specifications of the BTS3900 Item Power input Specification +24 V DC (+19 V DC to +29 V DC) 110V AC /220 V AC Power consumption 900 MHz Typical value: 530 W (TOC=20 W. Maximum value:2010 W 1800 MHz. Maximum value:2010 W Battery Battery specification: 12 V/50 Ah. S4/4/4 combination) Typical value: 1130 W (TOC=45 W. or 200 Ah Maximum duration in S4/4/4 configuration: 6 hours Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence – – 48 V DC ( 38. TOC=18 W. TOC=40 W. 100 Ah.4V DC to 57 V DC) – Page 41 of 52 .HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description 7. TOC=40 W.2 Mechanical Specifications Table 7-2 Mechanical specifications of the BTS3900 Item Dimensions (W mm x D mm x H mm) Specifications Cabinet: 600 × 450 × 900 Base: 600 × 420 × 40 Weight (kg) Empty cabinet: 57 Cabinet in full configuration: 142 7. S2/2/2 combination) Typical value: 1130 W (TOC=20 W. Maximum value:1090 W 1800 MHz. S4/4/4 non-combination) Maximum value: 2060 W 1800 MHz. Maximum value:780 W 1800 MHz.

therefore. no external power cabinet is needed.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description The +24 V DC cabinet and the 220 V AC cabinet are installed with a power conversion unit respectively. 7.4 Surge Protection Specifications Table 7-4 Surge protection specifications of the BTS3900 Port Surge Protection Mode Differential mode Common mode AC port Differential mode Common mode Antenna port (including the GPS port) Differential mode Common mode Indoor signal port Differential mode Common mode Indoor dry contact input Differential mode Common mode Indoor dry contact output RET antenna Voltage resistance Differential mode Common mode Outdoor dry contact input Differential mode Surge Current DC port 3 kA (8/20 us) 5 kA (8/20 us) 3 kA (8/20 us) 5 kA(8/20us) 8 kA (8/20 us) 40 kA (8/20 us) 250 A (8/20 us) 250 A( 8/20 us) 250 A (8/20 us) 250 A (8/20 us) 1500 V AC 3 kA (8/20 us) 5 kA (8/20 us) 3 kA (8/20 us) Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 42 of 52 . The typical power consumption refers to the value measured when the traffic is 30%.

including 2K3 and package transportation on 3rd-level roads in high altitude areas without environment protection Mechanical stress Meeting the requirements in the ISTA and QDKBA1109-2005 Meeting the falling requirements in GR-63 Meeting the vibration requirements in GR-63 Other specifications meet the requirements in the ETS 300 019-1-2 Class 2. Relative humidity: 10% to 100% (without wind) Other specifications meet the requirements in the ETS 300 019-1-1 Class 1.2.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Port Surge Protection Mode Common mode Surge Current 5 kA (8/20 us) 7. Transportation environment Temperature: –40 to +70 Relative humidity: 10% to 100% (without wind) Climatic condition:2K4.) Mechanical stress: IEC.5 Environment Specifications Table 7-5 Environment specifications of the BTS3900 Item Operating environment Specification Operating temperature:-20 operating environment) +50 environment) to +55 to +50 (in long-term (in short-term operating Relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH Solar radiation: 700 W/m2 (at the temperature of 45 ) Altitude: 60 m to 3000 m (The BTS operates normally. ETS. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence – Storage environment Temperature: – 40 to +70 Page 43 of 52 . and GR-63 Other specifications meet the requirements in ETS 300 019-1-3 Class 3.3.1.) 3000 m to 4000 m (The operating temperature of the BTS drops by 1 each time the altitude increases by 200 m.

Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 44 of 52 ℃ ETS 300 753 4. Short-term operation refers to the continuous operations within 96 hours and accumulated operations of not more than 15 days a year.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Item Noise Specification The cabinet is installed with built-in fans.9 bels. The noise of a single cabinet is smaller than 6.1E rural level (sound power: 61 dBA/25 and 67 dBA/45 ) .

radio frequency device A.1 (2004): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM). immunity test.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Appendix A Technical Standards A. Part 3: Testing and measurement techniques Section 3 radio frequency electromagnetic fields. immunity test IEC61000-4-29 : Electromagnetic compatibility: Part 29: Testing and measurement techniques and voltage variations on d.ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services. IEC61000-4-4: Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) Part 4:Testing and measurement techniques Section 4:Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test Basic EMC publication IEC61000-4-5: Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) Part 5:Testing and measurement techniques Section 5:Sruge immunity test IEC61000-4-6: Electromagnetic compatibility: Part 6:Testing and measurement techniques: Section 6 conducted disturbances induced by radio-frequency fields. Part 1: Common technical requirements ETSI 301 489-8 V1.2.5.1 EMC Standards The BTS complies with the following EMC standards: CISPR 22(2003): limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information" EN55022(2006): limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information CISPR 24 (1998-09+ A1:2001 A2:2003): Information Technology Equipment --Immunity characteristics --Limits and methods measurement IEC61000-4-2: Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) Part 2:Testing and measurement techniques Section 2:Electrostatic discharge immunity test Basic EMC Publication IEC61000-4-3: Electromagnetic compatibility. Part8:Specific conditions for GSM base stations FCC 47CFR Part15 (2006): Federal Communication Committee . ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services.2 Surge Protection Standards The BTS complies with the following surge protection standards: IEC 62305-1(2006) Protection against lightning –Part 1:General principles Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 45 of 52 .c.part 15 . Input power port immunity test ETSI 301 489-1 V1.1 (2002) Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters(ERM).

3 Storage Standard The BTS complies with the EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-1 Class 1.27(1996) Bonding Configurations and Earthing Inside a Telecommunication Building ITU-T Recommendation K. A. A.2 "not temperature-controlled storage". EUROPEAN ETS 300 753: Equipment Engineering(EE) Acoustic noise emitted by telecommunications equipment 1997 EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-3-Amd A.3 "PUBLIC transportation".11 and K.0.3 Safety Standards The BTS complies with the following safety standards: 3G TR34.11(1993) Principles of Protection Against Overvoltage and Overcurrents ITU-T K.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description IEC 61643-1(2002) Surge Protective devices connected to low-voltage power distribution systems ITU-T K.20 recommended by the ITU-T. Earthing and bonding of telecommunication equipment in telecommunication centres A.907 V3.4 Environment Standards A.0 Report on electrical safety requirements and regulations IEC 60950-1 EN 60950-1 IEC60215 Safety of information technology equipment Safety of information technology equipment Safety requirement for radio transmitting equipment A.56 (2003) Protection of radio base stations against lightning discharges ETS 300 253 (1995) Equipment Engineering. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 46 of 52 .4.1 Operating Environment Standards The BTS complies with the following standards related to the operating environment: EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-3 Class 3.5 Physical Protection Standard The BTS complies with K.2 Transportation Standards The BTS complies with the EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-2 Class 2.4.4.1 “Stationary use at weatherprotected locations”.

BSS. The BSS is controlled by the Mobile Switching Center (MSC) and communicates with the MS in the radio coverage area. in reception. A system comprises BSCs and the BTSs under the BSCs. E EDGE Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution. and the NSS. whose bandwidth is much higher than the bandwidth of a signal and. frequency. it converts the high-frequency current to the electromagnetic wave.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Appendix B Glossary A Abis interface Antenna An interface between the BSC and the BTS. It is used to radiate and collect radio waves. The BSS consists of the BTS and the base station controller (BSC). As a high-speed mobile data standard that remarkably improves the efficiency of the GPRS channel encoding.75 generation technology. which can be identified by amplitude. A mobile telephony technology for enhanced data based on the GSM/GPRS network. D Double-transceiver A mode in which a board provides two TRXs. In transmission. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 47 of 52 . Base transceiver station. A device that performs conversion between the electricity energy and the magnetic energy. Base station system. It is also called the 2. and phase. BTS C Carrier A sine wave. EDGE allows the data rate up to 384 kbit/s. it converts the electromagnetic wave to the high-frequency current. thus fully meeting the broadband requirements of radio multi-media applications in the future. B Baseband BSS A form of modulation in which the information is applied directly onto the physical transmission medium. The mobile communications system consists of the MS.

and 1900 MHz frequencies with the transmission rate as 9.6 kbit/s. Transceiver.HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description F Four-way receive diversity A technology in which signals are received in four routes. The Global System for Mobile Communications is originally developed as a pan-European standard for digital mobile telephony. An entity that serves up to eight TCHFs in full-duplex mode. 1800 MHz. It is a connectivity solution based on Internet Protocols that supports a wide range of end-to-end and WAN applications. which can gain more uplink diversity gain than the main diversity. GPRS is a technology between the second (2G) and third (3G) generations of mobile telephony. Transmit diversity A method to realize the man-made multi-path which optimizes the downlink signals. Receive diversity S SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy. If the low-speed FH is not used. GSM has become the world's most widely used mobile system. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 48 of 52 . T TMA TRX Tower Mounted Amplifier. R The most common type of diversity. which combines the mobile communication and the data network and introduces the IP technology into the GSM network. a transceiver serves one RF carrier. GSM H Handover A transfer of a user’s connection from one radio channel to another (can be the same or different cells). where a mobile device uses two physically separate antennas to combine signals from the two antennas to reduce the impact of spatial variations in signal strength and thus increase the average data rate available . G GPRS General Packet Radio Service. It is used on the 900 MHz. A low noise amplifier installed close to the antenna. It is derived from the Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH).sometimes dramatically. A communication transmission standard defined by the ITU-T. A new mobile data service available to almost every GSM system.

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description U Um interface Also called radio interface. Issue 02 (2008-05-06) Commercial in Confidence Page 49 of 52 . An interface between the MS and the BSS.

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HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description Appendix C Acronyms and Abbreviations A AMR Adaptive MultiRate B BSC Base Station Controller C CBUS Control BUS D DAFM EBMB DBUS DDCM DDPM DDRM DMCM DPSM DSEM Antenna Front-end Module for DDRM BTS BTS3002E Module Backplane Data BUS Double Combining Module for DDRM BTS Dual Duplexer Module for DDRM BTS Double transceivers Digital and Radio frequency Module Main Control Module for DDRM BTS Power Supply Module for DDRM BTS DC SPD and EMI Module E EDGE EFR EGPRS EMI Issue 01 (2008-05-06) Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution Enhanced full rate speech codec Enhanced GPRS External Machine Interface Huawei Technologies Proprietary Page 51 of 52 .

HUAWEI BTS3900 V300R008 Product Description F FR Frame Relay G GMSK GPRS GSM Gaussian Minimum Shift-frequency Keying General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile communications H HR Half Rate M MMI man-machine interactive O OMC Operation and Maintenance Center R RF RH Radio Frequency Relative Humidity S SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy T TCH TMA Traffic Channel Tower Mounted Amplifier Issue 01 (2008-05-06) Huawei Technologies Proprietary Page 52 of 52 .

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