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ZTE GSM-BSS Products After-Sales Competency Certification Training Manual

ZXSDR Series Base Station Configuration and Commissioning
Course Objectives:
· Know the SDR BTSs commissioning flow · Know the SDR BTSs configuration and commissioning method with OMCR tool · Know the SDR BTSs configuration and commissioning method with LMT tool

Contents
1 Commissioning Preparation ...................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 ZXSDR Stations Introduction ........................................................................................................... 1 1.1.1 BBU+RRU ............................................................................................................................. 2 1.1.2 OCMB .................................................................................................................................... 3 1.1.3 IP Abis Interface ..................................................................................................................... 4 1.2 Commissioning Procedure ................................................................................................................ 5 1.3 Software, Documentation and Data Collection ................................................................................. 8 1.3.1 Preparing Versions ................................................................................................................. 8 1.3.2 Preparing Documents ............................................................................................................. 8 1.3.3 Preparing the Configuration Data .......................................................................................... 9 1.4 Hardware Installation Checking ...................................................................................................... 10 1.4.1 Checking the Hardware Installation ..................................................................................... 10 1.4.2 Powering On or Powering Off the Equipment ..................................................................... 13 1.5 OMC Environment Setting ............................................................................................................. 15 1.5.1 Operation and Maintenance Networking Diagram of SDR ................................................. 15 1.5.2 When an Abis Interface Uses Ethernet as the Bearer ........................................................... 15 1.5.3 When an Abis Interface Uses E1/T1 as the Bearer............................................................... 16 1.5.4 One Example ........................................................................................................................ 17 2 OMCR Data Configuration..................................................................................................................... 21 2.1 BSC Global Resources Configuration............................................................................................. 21 2.2 Abis and OMCB Interface Configuration ....................................................................................... 23 2.2.1 Abis Interface Configuration ................................................................................................ 24 2.2.2 OMCB Interface Configuration ........................................................................................... 27
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........................................................2.........3 Create the Site Configuration Set ............................................39 2...................28 2..................................54 3....47 3.....................................3......1 LMT Introduction ..........3 Modifying the deploy-default..............................................................42 2..4 Set FE Abis Interface .....61 3. Configuration and Power On Checking ......72 4 LMT Installation...................................................................4..................................................................3 IP Related Configuration ...................71 3...................49 3.........1 Create SDR Site Management Element ......................................................3................2 Create IPBB Interface to OMCB .......................................................................79 ii ..............2.......................1 Create IP Abis Interface .........................................................55 3..................................1 OMCB-OMCR Server Environment Configuration .....................................4 Starting the OMC-B Server (as an OMC User) .3......31 2........................................................................................................................properties Configuration File (as an OMC User) ....................................................................3 Set E1 Abis Interface ..................................3....................2 SDR Site Physical Data Configuration ..................................................................................55 3..........................30 2...........................................................4 Clock and Dry Contact Parameters Configuration ......39 2................................................................................2.......4........................................................................................................................................................................................1.........................4...............................................3 Transmission Parameters Configuration ..............................................4..............................................50 3...1 Modifying the deploy-030womcb....................79 4........2 Create B8200 Rack ......................................................................1........48 3.............................properties File (as an OMC User) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 B8200 Configuration on OMCR...............2...1 Create Logical Site ...........................................................................37 2.2 Modifying FTP-related Configuration Files (as an OMC User) .....2 Set the Exclusive Operation Right ..................51 3...........50 3......3 Configure B8200 Cells ......................................47 3.................1................2.....................................28 2.47 3...........40 2.....44 3 OMCB Data Configuration ............................4 Configure B8200 TRX.4 Create the Site Physical Parameters ............................................5 Radio Parameters Configuration .....1.

......2.....................2...1 Basic Properties Configuration .........................................1 Test Preparations .................................................3 Transmission Parameters Configuration .......................................................................................................................2 SDR Site Configuration on LMT ..................... 79 4................................ 124 4..........................1 Test Preparations .....................3 Common Problems and Handling .......................................................4.......... 134 iii ..........................2 Site Information Confirmation ..........3...............................3 Packet Service Testing .............................2.............. 134 5...... 128 4........................... 134 5...................2 LMT Installation .............................2......1 LMT Content Introduction ...3 Software Uploading ........................................................................1.............2... 86 4......................................... 88 4................................................. 95 4....4 Site Quick Setting Methods ...........................1 Power on Checking Criteria ......................... 126 4.....1.......... 134 5......................................................................1....................................4 Radio Parameters Configuration .......................................... 79 4..1........2 Circuit Service Testing .................. 133 5....................................4 SDR Site Power on and Checking..........................2...................................................................................................................................................................4...........1........................................................................3 Connection between LMT and SDR ....1 System Software Transmission ...................................................... 134 5...........................................5 Configuration Export and Import .................................. 134 5...........4.................................2 Physical Parameters Configuration .................................................................1 System Data Transmission and Synchronization ............................................................................................................................1................................................................................................................................................ 133 5....... 83 4.....................................................................2 System Data Synchronization ................................................................. 133 5............ 117 4... 133 5...............................................4 Offline Configuration ...................................................... 87 4..........................................2 Test Purpose .................................. 90 4...................................................................................................................................................................3 Test Procedure ..................2...........................................1.... 125 4.4...... 125 4................................4...................................................... 103 4................ 129 5 Commissioning and Testing.....................................................................................................

..................................3 Test Procedure..............................135 5....3...135 5....................137 iv ...................................................5...........................................3...........4 Test Description .........................3.................................2 Test Purpose ...........................................................................................................................136 Appendix A Abbreviation Table.............................................................................................

and can smoothly evolve to Enhanced EDGE/LTE. Employing the advanced Software Defined Radio (SDR) technology and the uTCA-based hardware architecture. CDMA2000 and WiMAX access. such as ZXSDR B8200 GU360 + ZXSDR B8860 GU906/GU186. ZXSDR BTS supports all the current wireless access modes. The distributed BTS is a type of BTS whose BBU and RRU are separated from each other.1 ZXSDR Stations Introduction ZXSDR is a series of wireless BTS products designed and manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION. Three types of ZXSDR BTS are used in the current GSM networks: 1) 2) 3) Indoor macro BTS. Outdoor macro BTS. 1 .1 Commissioning Preparation 1. such as ZXSDR B8900 GU360. including GSM. such as ZXSDR B8800 GU360. Distributed BTS.1-1 shows the architecture of a distributed BTS.Figure 1. UMTS.

Figure 1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 1. the networking becomes more flexible. the ZXSDR BTS supports numerous systems such as GSM and UMTS and has made great improvements as described in the following sections.1.1-2 shows the functions of BBU and RRU. whereas RF part is called Remote Radio Unit (RRU). their respective advantages can be better utilized. 1. The baseband part is called Base Band Unit (BBU). The baseband part can attain the maximum integration whereas RF part can attain the maximum power and efficiency. Furthermore.1 BBU+RRU When the baseband part is separated from Radio Frequency (RF) part.1-1 Distributed BTS Compared with conventional BTS. 2 .

One BBU can be shared by multiple RRU equipment.1. The functions of BBU and RRU are described as follows: · BBU processes digital baseband signals and implements control and management. 3 . 1. The Operation and Maintenance Center for Node B (OMCB) is the operation and maintenance unit defined by 3GPP to manage Node B. As dual-mode products supporting GSM and 3G systems. · BBU is connected with BSC/Node B via Abis/Iub interface. · BBU is connected with RRU via the baseband-RF interface (an optical interface). the configuration of ZXSDR BTS is mostly performed through LMT or OMCB (OMCR completes the configuration of some wireless data only). ZXSDR BTS also supports OMCB.1-3. as shown inFigure 1. the old single-thread link mode (OMCRBSCBTS) is changed to the dual-thread link mode (OMCBBTS and OMCRBSCBTS) and then one more entity exists above BTS. · RRU converts digital baseband signals into analog signals between BBU and the antenna. · RRU provides MS/UE access via Um/Um interface.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation Figure 1.1-2 Separation of the BBU and the RRU BTS is divided into the BBU and the RRU.2 OCMB The configuration and management of conventional 2G BTS (such as BTSV2 and BTSV3) is performed through OMCR (including the iSMG). Today. In contrast. It transmits I/Q digital baseband signals and OAM signaling data.

1. The benefit of E1/T1 is that the existing transmission equipment can be fully utilized and thus the user's investment can be saved. the OMCB performs the board management. When working in the dual mode. configuration. A distinctive difference between ZXSDR BTS and conventional 2G BTS is that the IP protocol is applied on Abis or Iub interface as for ZXSDR BTS and the physical bearer can be FE/GE or E1/T1 (IP over E1/T1) instead of TDM E1/T1. whereas the benefit of FE/GE is that a greater bandwidth can be obtained and this caters to the evolution of communication systems towards IP networks. 4 .3 IP Abis Interface As described previously. the OMCB also performs these GSM operation and maintenance functions whereas the OMCR undertakes GSM-related wireless configuration and status management only. the hardware structure of ZXSDR BTS is improved to BBU+RRU and OMCB is added for network management.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual OMCB OMCR RNC BSC SDR Figure 1. software downloading.1-3 Network Management Structure of the ZXSDR BTSs In the management model of the WCDMA system. and alarm functions for the ZXSDR BTS. Figure 1.1-4 shows a transmission network using FE/GE on Abis or Iub interface.1.

.. it is necessary to thoroughly understand the BBU+RRU hardware structure and the OMCB+OMCR NMS structure and master the knowledge about IP networking before debugging ZXSDR BTS.1-4 Using FE/GE on Abis Interface Therefore.2 Commissioning Procedure Figure 1.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation Router Switch PCM/X. 5 .25/DDN. Router BBU Switch iBSC Figure 1.2-1 shows the commissioning process of ZXSDR BTS. Unless otherwise stated. BSC mentioned in this document for interconnection with ZXSDR BTS refer to ZXG10 iBSC. 1.

2-1. BSC data configuration.com.100) Hardware Installation Guide.00) User's Manual. version management. the BSC installation commissioning involves hardware installation. such as ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4. The hardware installation of ZXSDR BTS is described in the documents of ZXSDR BTS. You can access the website http://tsm.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Commissioning Preparation BSC Installation Commissioning Hardware Check OMCR Data Configuration Local Commissioning of LMT OMCB Data Configuration Installation & Configuration Check No Is link created? Yes Synchronize Data on Foreground and Background Service Testing End Figure 1.00. A/Gb interface interconnection and service testing. The NMS software must be installed in OMCR+OMCB mode (iSMGV6.zte.00) Hardware Installation Guide. and ZXSDR BS8800 GU360 (V4.cn to 6 . ZXSDR R8860 GU906 GU186 (V1.20 supports the OMCR+OMCB mode). NMS software installation.2-1 Debugging Process of the ZXSDR BTS As shown in Figure 1.

During the commissioning. You can use LMT to configure transmission-related data (such as IP addresses and routes).Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation download these documents. The other configuration performed during BSC installation commissioning is not described in this document. It should be noted that the data configured on LMT is the same as that configured on OMCB. During the commissioning of ZXSDR. The synchronization between the foreground and the background refers to the synchronization of data from the foreground to the background or vice versa Three conditions must be met before you can create a connection between the foreground and the background: · The ZXSDR-related interface parameters have been correctly configured on OMCR. · The transmission parameters have been correctly configured on LMT. configure the data on the BSC side 7 . Abis interface board configuration. IP interface configuration. This document describes only the check to be performed after the installation so as to guarantee the normal commissioning of the equipment. OMCB is the operation and maintenance center for ZXSDR BTS. In addition. physical configuration data (such as board configuration data and topology relation data) and some radio configuration data (such as frequency band data and central frequency data) and to perform ZXSDR version management. The data configuration on OMCR covers four parts: 1) 2) 3) 4) Settings about BSC global resources. The OMCR data configuration mentioned in this document refers to the ZXSDR-related data configuration on the BSC side. · The ZXSDR management NE has been correctly created on OMCB. you can configure the data of ZXSDR BTS through OMCB. LMT can be used to perform local debugging: Connect the commissioning PC to ZXSDR and perform data configuration locally through LMT software on the commissioning PC. the remote maintenance of ZXSDR BTS is also implemented through OMCB. Radio parameter configuration of ZXSDR sites. This chapter describes the methods for creating the ZXSDR BTS management NE (OMCB) on iSMG and configuring the data of ZXSDR BTS on OMCB.

4. then configure the transmission parameters of ZXSDR on LMT so that LMT establishes a connection with the background. The Version package files of ZXSDR. Documentation and Data Collection 1. and finally sends the configuration data of ZXSDR to the background.100) Terrestrial Parameter Reference.3 Software.com. 3. and finally synchronizes the data from OMCB to ZXSDR. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4.00. Engineering Survey Report (Verify the equipment layout. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 8 . LMT software packages matching the ZXSDR version.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual through OMCR and then configure the data on the ZXSDR side.zte. the first method is recommended.2 Preparing Documents 1. ask the customer to perform the acceptance test. representative office must submit an application on the website http://support. 2.1 Preparing Versions 1. 1. networking. You may configure the data on the SDR side in two ways: 1) configure all the data through OMCB. After confirming that BTS operates normally.3. cabling. Unpacking Inspection Report (Make sure that boards and other hardware required for the commissioning have been normally delivered).00. BTS Installation Acceptance Report (Confirm that the installation is completed and has passed the acceptance test). After configuring the data. and connection relations). 2) configure all the data on LMT. Although both methods are described in this document. 1. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4.3.cn to download all the required versions. 2. then create the ZXSDR management NE on OMCB so that the NE establishes a connection with the foreground. go to the site to perform the call quality test (CQT) and the drive test (DT) so as to discover and solve problems.100) Hardware Installation Guide.

00.18.3-1 gives an example of interconnection parameters.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation (V4. The BTS configuration data includes the site type.00. 1.100) Radio Parameter Reference.100 118.1 Data Instance Attached below is an example of the BTS configuration data for a certain field trial.100) Software Management Operation Guide. Table 1. CI.2.00.xls 9 . and iBSC installation and operation manuals. The Abis interface interconnection data includes the GSM site ID.3 Preparing the Configuration Data The configuration data to be prepared includes the BTS configuration data and the Abis interface interconnection data.1. 08 ZXSDR B8200&R8860 (V4. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4. and the IP Abis address of iBSC.100) Radio Parameter Configuration Guide.18.00.00. ZXSDR R8860 GU906 GU186 (V1. Table 1.100) Centralized Management Operation Guide.1 14595 118. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4. the BTS IP address. the number of carriers per RRU.3.100) Terrestrial Parameter Configuration Guide.com.0) BTS Test Guide. and frequency data.cn. 5. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4.zte.3-1 Parameters for the Interconnection Between ZXSDR and iBSC Parameter GSM site ID Abis interface IP address of BTS IP Abis address (virtual) of iBSC SCTP port number of the remote BSC Gateway address for access to the remote BSC 2 118.20) Configuration Manual (Initial Configuration Guide). You can download these manuals and documents from the website http://tsm.00) User's Manual. ZXSDR B8200 GU360 (V4. Site Information of SDR Field Trial. LAC.1.18. ZXG10 iBSC (V6.

4-1.4-2. two fiber switching boards (FS) working in load-sharing mode. Only one SA board and one FA module can be inserted.1. B8200 supports two control and clock boards (CC) working in active/standby mode.4.1 Checking the Hardware Installation 1.4 Hardware Installation Checking 1. the right bits of X5/X6 are the least significant bits and the left bits are the most significant bits. At most five UBPG boards can be inserted when only one FS board is configured). Figure 1. Check whether the board configurations are correct according to the planning. Figure 1. which may work in active/standby or load-sharing mode depending on the actual needs.2 Checking Jumpers on SA Board · Check whether jumpers on the SA board are properly set according to the actual transmission mode Jumpers X5 and X6 on the SA board need to be set according to the actual transmission mode. quantities. and locations of boards are consistent with the planning.4. 10 . 1. and at most five UBPG boards for baseband processing (because the slots of FS boards can also hold UBPG boards. X5 is used to set the E1/T1 mode whereas X6 is used to set the cabinet number in the case of BBU cascading. As shown in Figure 1.4-1 Front Panel of B8200 (Slot Numbers Are Marked in Red) As shown in Figure 1.1.4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 1. B8200 can have two power modules.1 Checking Boards · Check whether the types.4-2 shows locations of the two jumpers on the SA board.

Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation Figure 1. shorted] [Shorted. open] 11 Reserved T1.4-1).4-2). 0] [Shorted.4-1 Settings of the Two Least Significant Bits of X5 Bits of X5 [1. 100 Ω E1/T1 Mode .4-2 Jumpers on the SA Board · The two least significant bits of X5 are used to set the E1/T1 mode and the transmission impedance (see Table 1. Table 1. The two most significant bits are used to set the uplink/downlink long or short line mode of the E1/T1 (see Table 1.

4-2 Settings of the Two Most Significant Bits of X5 Bits of X5 [3. it is unnecessary to set the two least significant bits of X5 if the current site adopts the E1 75 Ω mode. open] E1. The long or short line represents the receiving mode of E1. Therefore. shorted. The value ranges from 000 to 111 and is 000 by default. whereas the short line mode is applied when the E1 transmission line is short.4-3. at most four BBU cabinets may be cascaded). shorted] [Shorted. shorted. 12 . The long line mode is applied when the E1 transmission line is rather long (longer than 1 km).4-3 Settings of X6 Bits of X6 [2. downlink long line Uplink long line. open] [Open. shorted] [Open. 2] [Open. shorted] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 BBU Cabinet Number 1. shorted] [Shorted.3 Checking the Input Power · Check whether polarities of the input power are correctly connected. downlink short line The uplink and the downlink represent two different transmission directions. Table 1. · X6 is used to set the BBU cabinet number in the case of BBU cascading. shorted] [Open. 120 Ω E1. open. 1. downlink long line Uplink short line. open. shorted] [Shorted.1. downlink short line Uplink long line. the SA board uses the E1 75 Ω mode. open. open] [Shorted. open] [Open. as shown in Table 1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual [Open. shorted. open] [Shorted. It can set at most eight BBU cabinet numbers (in practical application. shorted] [Open. 0] [Open. Table 1.4. 75 Ω (default) By default. The uplink refers to the direction from BBU to BSC/RNC. whereas the downlink refers to the direction from BSC/RNC to BBU. shorted. open] Mode Uplink short line. open. open] [Shorted.

• Check whether E1 media between DDF and B8200 are correctly connected if E1 connections are applied on the Abis interface. Power on B8200 Pull out all the boards of B8200 except for PM module and FA module. the 232 serial port cables and the 485 serial port cables are correctly connected. 2.1 Powering On or Powering Off B8200 • 1.4. • Power off B8200 Switch off the power supply from the power distribution cabinet or PSU. • Check whether dry contact. Check whether the fan module is running normally. It is prohibited to plug or unplug the power cable before verifying PM module has 13 . • Check whether the network connection between the debugging port ETH1 on the CC board and LMT is normal.2. check whether the RUN indicator on the PM module is on and whether the ALM indicator on the PM module is off. and then observe whether each board is in normal status.4. and whether the ALM indicator is off.4. Switch on the power.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation · Check whether the power input range is –40 V DC to –57 V DC. whether the PWR indicator is on. Check whether the fluctuation range of the single-phase voltage is 200 V AC to 240 V AC. FS and SA. insert the other boards such as CC.2 Powering On or Powering Off the Equipment 1. • Check whether optical fibers from the FS board of B8200 to R8860 are correctly connected. BPC. 1. After verifying that B8200 has been powered on normally and fans are running normally. · PSU (a module for conversion between AC and DC) should be used when the equipment room uses 220 V AC. 3. 4.4 Checking Cable Connections • Check whether FE cables between B8200 and iBSC are correctly connected if FE connections are applied on the Abis interface.1. 1.

The input voltage range of B8200/R8860 is –40 V DC to Check the input power –57 V DC. and locations of boards are consistent Check boards with the planning. Jumpers on the SA board are correctly set according to the actual transmission mode and cabinet cascading. pull the left puller to the outermost position level. FE cables to the CC board are correctly connected if FE connections are applied on the Abis interface. 1. Note: ALM indicators on the PM module and boards will blink at the beginning of power-on. you should insert the board along guide rails and then push the left puller to the innermost position level till the board is locked. E1 media between DDF and BTS are correctly connected if E1 connections are applied on the Abis interface.4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual been powered off. The left puller has three position levels whereas the right puller is fixed. the ALM indicator on the FA board will be on. When no SA board is inserted. 2. Boards in slots 1 to 8 have two pullers.2. indicating that PM module and boards are not yet started. Polarities of the input power of B8200/R8860 are correctly connected. The fluctuation range of the single-phase voltage is 200 V AC to 240 V AC. Check cabinet cable connections Check Abis interface connections Check the Cables between FS board and R8860 are correctly connected. and PSU is connected to convert AC power into DC power for B8200/R8860 if B8200/R8860 adopts single-phase 220 V AC. It is prohibited to plug or unplug the power cable before verifying PM module has been powered off. The network interface on LMT is correctly connected to 14 Results Remarks □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail . The frequency fluctuation range is 47 Hz to 53 Hz. Before pulling out a board.2 Checklist Before Power-on Item Requirements and Criteria Types. Connect cables of the PM module before powering on the shelf. This is normal. For board insertion. quantities. • 1.

or integrate them in one network management system (iSMG) and install them on one server (SBCX). an OMCR and an OMCB.5-1 shows the networking topological view of an OMC-B network when a ZXSDR base station is accessed to an iBSC in Ethernet (FE/GE) mode. the iBSC is accessed to a local Ethernet switch by means of an Abis interface (FE/GE electrical interface or optical interface) and reaches the IP interface board IPBB (physically.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation Item connections of LMT CC board. as shown in Figure 1. Power on the equipment Check power-on results Note The status of each board is normal after power-on. The shelves are properly grounded. 15 . we may install the OMCB and the OMCR on two standalone servers.5 OMC Environment Setting 1.1 Operation and Maintenance Networking Diagram of SDR From the previous description of the differences in an SDR base station and a traditional 2G base station. Most of work is done on the OMCB.5. we know that the SDR base station has two network management systems. The installation and debugging in this manual assume that the OMCB and the OMCR are installed on one SBCX. The OMC-B client is connected to the OMC-B server and completes the operation configuration. the 1. □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail □ Pass □ Fail 1.1-3.000 M platform is GIPI and the 100 M platform is BIPI) of the iBSC by means of an IP backbone network). · On the base station side. that is.5. the iBSC is connected to the OMC-B network and the base station by means of the IPBB interface board. In actual networking.2 When an Abis Interface Uses Ethernet as the Bearer Figure 1. · End-to-end communication between the ZXSDR base station and an OMC-B server employs an OMC-B link. 1. Requirements and Criteria Results Remarks All the boards have been pulled out. The equipment has been normally powered on. · On the base station controller side.

the base station is directly connected to the E1 interface board (DTB) of the Abis interface of the iBSC.5-2 shows the networking topological view of an OMC-B network when the ZXSDR base station is accessed to an iBSC in E1/T1 mode. 16 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual OMC-B link end-to-end communication OMC-B Client OMC-B Server Ethernet switch for OMC-B IPBB or GIPI(electric or fibre interface) BS8200 GU360 PM PM SA 时钟测 CC CC 试接口 FS FS BP BP BP BP F A FE1 FE2 FE3 FE4 FE1 FE2 FE3 FE4 IPBB or GIPI iBSC Ethernet switch for SDR Ethernet switch for iBSC May also be merged into one L3 switch WAN router for SDR May also be WAN router for iBSC merged into one L3 switch IP backbone OMC-B network topology for ZXSDR (with Abis interface based on FE) Figure 1. By means of E1/T1.3 When an Abis Interface Uses E1/T1 as the Bearer Figure 1.5-1 OMC-B Network Topology when an Abis Interface is FE 1.5. you should pay attention to the following: · No Ethernet switch is used on the base station side. In this case.

5.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation · The Abis interface of the iBSC is connected to the base station by means of an E1/T1 interface board (DTB) instead of an IPBB interface board. For the sake of direct 17 . 1. In fact. It processes base station information on an EUIP. the RPU of the iBSC is responsible for route processing. In this case. · The OMC-B server is still accessed to the iBSC by means of an IPBB board.5-2 OMC-B Network Topology when an Abis Interface is E1  Note The above topological view does not set out any RPU.4 One Example · IP address planning The following table is an example of IP address planning. the OMC-B operation and maintenance gateway of the base station is the IP address set on the EUIP of the iBSC. OMC-B link end-to-end communication OMC-B Client OMC-B Server Ethernet switch for OMC-B BS8200 GU360 PM PM SA 时钟测 CC CC 试接口 FS FS BP BP BP BP F A DTB EUIP FE1 FE2 FE3 FE4 IPBB or GIPI iBSC OMC-B network topology for ZXSDR (with Abis interface based on E1) Figure 1.

1.0 · Networking description When jointly deployed.1.X.255 255.255.5-1.5-1 Configuration Item IP address of the network interface between the IBSC and the Omcb Server OMCB server IP address configured for the IBSC IpAbis virtual address of the iBSC IP address of the network interface between the IBSC and the BTS IP address configured for the BTS Example of IP Address Planning Configuration Information 139. the interface of the OMCB (that is. the interface board on the SDR side is CC and that on the BSC side is IPBB. as shown by x in the following table. The networking is shown in Figure 1.18.18.100 Figure 1.1 118. the BSC needs to be configured with a virtual address (RPU interface address). the iBSC needs to provide two IP interfaces.18.1.254 139.5-3 Network Topology of the OMCB Operation and Maintenance System 18 .18. The SDR commissioning described below is based on Table 1.200 139. the external network interface of the SBCX) is generally HEART1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual observation. In this case.0 255. connected respectively to an SDR base station and an OMCB server.2. the third digit of a base station IP address is used to represent a site number.0 255.0 255.255.100 Mask 255. Connection between the OMCB and the BSC: when FE/GE is used.255.1.254 118.1.1. the interface board on the SDR side is SA and that on the BSC side is DTB (EUIP is required for the access of IP).255.18.255.255.255.254 OMCB BIPP_OMCB RPU SDR 139.1 18.1.5-3 Connection between the SDR and the BSC: When E1 is physically used for access. IPBB is used on the BSC side.255.255.255.18.1.254 118.1.1.X.200 118. an OMCB and an OMCR are logically two separate NM units except that they are physically installed on SBCX boards. BIPP_SDR/ EUIP_SDR 118. Table 1. when FE/GE is used.2.

that is.1.0 eth1 Thus. it is necessary to add a route from an OMCB gateway to an SDR network segment.255. each time the SBCX is started. you may edit the /etc/rc. Then.255.0 gw 139. The IP address of the SDR is in the network segment 118.1.200.0.255. Its gateway address. is 139.254. Command used to add a route In this example. recheck whether the route is normal by using the netstat –nr command.18. View route status After the addition.1.1.1. 5. Set a permanent route After you have added a route by using the route add command. Therefore. 19 . In the Linux system. the route will be automatically added.0 eth1 2. Then.1.255. the command used to add a route to the iBSC virtual address on the OMCB (that is.1. to prevent the configured route being lost due to the restart of the SBCX.254 netmask 255. Restart the SBCX and then check Exit from all processes and restart the SBCX. Verification after the route addition Exit from all processes and restart the SBCX. Then. the IPBB_OMCB address.254 netmask 255.5-3. 3. the command used to add a route is as follows: route add -net destination network address gw next hop address netmask network mask interface ip 1.Chapter 1 Commissioning Preparation · Add a route In the example as shown in Figure 1.1.1.0 gw 139.1. recheck whether the route is normal by using the netstat –nr command. the IP address of the OMCB server is 139.18. the IP address of the OMCB server and that of the SDR are not in the same network segment IP.local file as a root user and add the following line to this file: #route add –net 118. 4.d /rc.1. you may view route status by using the netstat –nr command. the SBCX) is as follows: #route add –net 118.18.

0.2. 20 .0.254. The format of the RRU IP is as follows: 200. 200.2” DTR->******** The execution of this command is equivalent to telneting to the RRU.18. After you have telneted the cc. Make sure that there are quotation marks.environment No.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual From the SBCX. you may connect to the RRU by using the rlogin “RRU IP” command.0.254.100 CC->rlogin “200. for example.. that is. you can successfully ping the IP address of the SDR.rack No. #telnet 118. the 118 network segment address of the CC board in this example.2.

[Preliminary Setup] 1. The A interface and the Gb interface of the iBSC have been interconnected. that of the Abis interface on the BSC. 3. In addition.1 BSC Global Resources Configuration 1. all of them run normally. Complete the Abis interface board and OMCB interface board configuration of the BSC. 4. and the virtual address of the BSC have been planned. BSC global resource configuration. The corresponding module number and Abis interface location of the SDR on the BSC have been planned. A correct operating system and a correct database. 2. that of the OMCB interface. The IP address of the SDR site. BSC management NE configuration.5-1. OMCB interface. and BSC virtual address. that of the OMCB server. 2. Dialing test is normal. Set the global resource configuration parameters of the BSC. Complete the IP interface configuration of the Abis interface. and BSC physical equipment configuration according to the mode in the iOMCRV6. have been installed.10. 2.20 which consists of the OMCR and OMCB. Complete the logical site and radio parameter configuration of the SDR. 2. 3. together with the iOMCRV6.2 OMCR Data Configuration  Note The data configuration in this chapter is based on Table 1. [Objective] 1. and select [OMC→GERAN subnetwork→BSC management element→Config Set→BSC 21 . configuration set configuration. Click the icon in the left configuration resource tree window. Create the GERAN subnet configuration.

Click OK to finish the creation. set “OMCB IP” and “IP Abis”. According to the planned addresses. Double click [BSC function] to pop up the Create BSC function dialog box. Click to enter the modification mode.1-2. 3. Figure 2.1-1 Setting BSC Global Resource Attributes 22 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual function]. as shown in Figure 2.1-1.1-1 and Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2.

An EIPI board has no external interface or back board. After HW data is accessed to an interface unit and undergoes HDLC protocol processing in the EIPI. Meantime. its payload is sent to a service processing unit.1-2 Setting the iBSC Virtual Address 2. · OMCB network management is provided for the SDR base station. the Abis interface uses IPBB as the interface board. The OMCB server must be accessed to the iBSC by means of IPBB. One EIPI board plus two DTB boards can support up to 64 E1/T1 interfaces.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Figure 2. EIPI provides E1-/T1-based IP access. 2. the Abis interface uses DTB as the interface board. Together with DTB.2 Abis and OMCB Interface Configuration When commissioning an SDR. EUIP (the physical board is EIPI) must be increased. The IPBB to which the OMCB is accessed and that to which the Abis interface is accessed may be the same board or different boards. If FE is physically used. By means of a user plane 23 . if E1/T1 is physically used. pay attention to the following iBSC configuration: · The Abis interface uses the IP mode. About EIPI: 1. where user plane data and control plane data are separated.

1 Abis Interface Configuration · When the Abis interface uses IPOverE1: 1.2. and add an Abis interface PCM in the “PCM Information” tab. 24 . 2. Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. the control plane data is sent to the CMP for further processing. Create a DTB board at the Abis interface. By means of the control plane switching network.2-1. the user plane data is sent to the GUP/GUP2 for further processing.2-1 PCM Attribute Configuration Parameter description: PCM type: Select EUIP when the iBSC is connected with an SDR site in IP OVER E1 mode.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual switching network.

select Channel mode 2 (4 FE ports for inner). for FE platform channel.2-3: Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. 25 . connect 2MHW inside the EUIP board with E1 of the DTB board at the Abis interface. 1. Create an EUIP board. Its attribute configuration is shown in Figure 2. select Channel mode 5 (1 GE port for inner).2-2 Creating Basic Information of EUIP Board Parameter description: Channel mode: for GE platform channel.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Frame mode: Select the multi-frame format when the iBSC is connected with an SDR site in IP OVER E1 mode.2-2. In HDLC Configuration Information.

in the EUIP. DT Unit No. Add the timeslot resource in actual use to the right timeslot table. Euip 2MHW No. needs to be referenced when IP Over E1 is configured. to each E1. 26 .  Note The EUIP board and the DTB board must be in the same frame. of the DTB board in use.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 2.: E1 No. TS Config Information: correspondence relationship between EUIP 2MHW timeslots and DT PCM timeslots. Select 31 timeslots unless stated otherwise.: It is used to identify the 2MHW No.: Allocate an HDLC No. This HDLC No. of the DTB board in use.: unit No. DT PCM No.2-3 HDLC Configuration of the EUIP Board Parameter description: Hdlc No.

2-4 IPBB Board Configuration in the Case of SDR Access 2. as shown in Figure 2. but both the network interfaces need to be configured with different network segments. as shown in Figure 2.2-4. (because the PPP link platform currently does not support active/standby EUIP). · When the Abis interface uses FE When the Abis interface uses FE access mode. The IPBB board accessed to the OMCB that accessed to the SDR may use different network interfaces of the same board. there is no need to configure DTB board or EUIP board of the Abis resource frame.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Active/standby EUIP is not supported.2-4: Figure 2. 27 .2 OMCB Interface Configuration The configuration method is the same as that of the IPBB board accessed to the FE Abis interface. You need to configure IPBB interface board of the Abis resource frame.2.

Click the icon in the left configuration resource tree window. 2. and link the SDR and the iBSC.3 IP Related Configuration [Objective] 1. 2. The IP addresses of the Abis interface. and link the iBSC and the OMCB server.3-1. 3. 2. Complete the IP interface configuration of the Abis interface. Complete the IPBB (OMCB) interface configuration. 2.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2. and select [Create→Interface]. the IP Abis interface. Figure 2. Right click “Interface Config”. The boards related to the Abis and OMCB interfaces have been successfully created. and the IPBB (OMCB) interface have been planned.1 Create IP Abis Interface 1. [Preliminary Setup] 1. Configure the IP Abis virtual address of the iBSC. Locate the current directory to [Config Set→BSC function→IP-related config→ Interface Config].3. as shown in Figure 2.3-1 Creating an IP Interface 28 .

see Figure 2. For details. the iBSC virtual address. For details. Module:subsystem:unit:sunit: to be automatically set by the system. that is.3-3: Figure 2. In the pop-up “Interface Information Selection” dialog box. Fill in the basic information of the created IP ABIS interface.3-2 Selecting an RPU Board to Create an IP Abis Interface Parameter description: Board function type: Select RPU as the board function type of IP ABIS. 1.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration 3.3-2: Figure 2.3-3 29 IP Abis Interface Configuration . select an RPU type to create an IP Abis interface. see Figure 2.

2 Create IPBB Interface to OMCB 1.3-5: 30 . not the same concept as the port No. 2.3-4: Figure 2. 255. You may set this address as you like. Subnet mask: Four digits (that is. as shown in Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. In the pop-up “Interface Information Selection” dialog box. 3. Click the icon current in the left configuration resource tree window.3-1. 2. IP address: IP Abis which the background of the iBSC is configured with.: 1 by default.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Parameter description: Port No. Fill in the basic information of the created IPBB interface. Make sure that this MAC address does not conflict with that of the EUIP or IPBB.255. as shown in Figure 2.3.255.) must be masked. Board function type: RPU. select an IPBB type to create an IPBB interface. of IP Over E1. and select [Create→Interface].255. Right click “Interface Configuration”. MAC address: It is a virtual address and there does not exist any network card entity. and locate the to [Configuration Set→BSC Global Resource directory Identity→IP-related Configuration→ Interface Configuration].3-4 Creating the IPBB Interface Accessed to the OMCB 4.

that is. to be used as the gateway address from the OMCB server to the SDR. here. it provides four external FE ports.0.3 Set E1 Abis Interface · Create an EUIP interface accessed in E1 mode 31 . Select 1 as the port No.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Figure 2.(frame No.255.)???) IP address: address of the IPBB port connected with the OMCB server. but must be different from the MAC address of any other port.: When the IPBB uses an RGE R back card. 255. it provides one external GE port.255. 3 or 4 as the port No. + slot No. Select 1. 2. 2. according to the actual connection.3-5 Configuration of the IPBB Interface Accessed to the OMCB Parameter description: Port No. ×slot No. When the IPBB uses an RMNIC back card. Subnet mask: set 3 digits.3.)-port No. MAC address: It can be randomly set within 00-C0-D0-xx-xx-xx. (or set the MAC address as follows: 00-DO-D0-A0.

select an EUIP type to create an EUIP interface. Right click “Interface Configuration”. 2.3-7: 32 . In the pop-up “Interface Information Selection” dialog box.3-6 Creating the EUIP Interface Accessed to the SDR 4. 3.3-6: Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. Fill in the basic information of the created EUIP interface.3-1. as shown in Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. and select [Create→Interface]. Click the icon current in the left configuration resource tree window. and locate the to [Configuration Set→BSC Global Resource directory Identity→IP-related Configuration→Interface Configuration].ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual [Operating Procedures] 1.

When the ML-PPP protocol is used. to each EUIP real address.: Allocate one port No. is used to associate with that in IPOverE1.)-port No. × slot No. This port No.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Figure 2.). the effective port No. It is the real address of the iBSC to the base station.(frame No. MAC address: Different IPOE ports must have a unique MAC address. different EUIP links should not be in the same network segment. IP address: address of the base station gateway. ranges from 1 to 190. the effective port No. ranges from 191 to 254. This IP address must be in the same network segment as the SDR. and locate the current directory to [Config Set→BSC function→IP related Config→IPOverE1 Configuration]. Set the MAC address as follows: 00-DO-D0-A0.3-7 EUIP Interface Configuration Parameter description: Port No. When the PPP protocol is used. Create IPOverE1 configuration 1. 33 . In the same iBSC. + slot No. Click the icon in the left configuration resource tree window.

and select [Create→IPOverE1 Configuration].3-8 Creating IP Over E1 3.3-8: Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2. Right-click IPOverE1 configuration.3-9: 34 . as shown in Figure 2. Set corresponding parameters in the pop-up IPOverE1 configuration interface.

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Parameter description: Port No.: associated with the port No. in the EUIP interface configuration. HDLC No.: associated with the HDLC No. in the EUIP board attribute-HDLC configuration information. Start TS and End TS: timeslot resource used by an E1 link. The default start timeslot and end timeslot are respectively 1 and 31 unless stated otherwise. 4. Click the icon current in the left configuration resource tree window, and locate the to [Config Set→BSC function→IP related

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Config→IPOVERE1 Configuration→IPOverE1 Configuration]. 5. Right-click on the IPOverE1 configuration instance configured in the previous step, and select PPP Configuration, as shown in Figure 2.3-10:

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Peer IP: IP address of the base station. Mpno sign: When a site is configured with multiple transmission lines, the ML-PPP protocol will be used. In this case, Mpno is effective. HdrCmpCfginfo sign: effective when PPP is configured with compressed transmission. Keep time and Keep granularity: For example, if the keep alive duration is 25s and the keep alive granularity is 5s, detection frames will be sent once every 25/5=5s. That is, messages will be sent five times within the keep live duration. If no answer information is received for five consecutive times, it indicates that broken link has occurred to the PPP.

2.3.4 Set FE Abis Interface
If the Abis interface uses FE access mode, there is no need to configure an EUIP interface accessed in E1 mode or IPOverE1. You may configure a separate IPBB interface accessed in FE mode as you configure the IPBB interface of the OMCB server. For module, subsystem, unit, and sub-unit, select the IPBB board information of Abis access. The IP address is the real address of the iBSC to an SDR site. Specific procedures are as follows: [Operating Procedures] 1. Click the icon current in the left configuration resource tree window, and locate the to [Configuration Set→BSC Global Resource

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Identity→IP-related Configuration →Interface Configuration]. 2. Right click “Interface Configuration”, and select [Create→Interface], as shown in Figure 2.3-1. 3. In the pop-up “Interface Information Selection” dialog box, select an IPBB type to create an IPBB interface. For details, see Figure 2.3-12:

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MAC address: It can be randomly set within 00-C0-D0-xx-xx-xx. or 4 as the port No. 3.3-12 Creating an IPBB Interface Accessed to the OMCB 4. it provides one external GE port. here.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 2. + slot No. Select 1. 38 . that is. ×slot No. Figure 2.(frame No.: When the IPBB uses an RGE R back card. 255.)-port No.255. to be used as the gateway address from the OMCB server to the SDR.255. Subnet mask: set 3 digits. (or set the MAC address as follows: 00-DO-D0-A0. Select 1 as the port No. see. but must be different from the MAC address of any other port. Fill in the basic information of the created IPBB interface. according to actual connection. When the IPBB uses an RMNIC back card. For details.3-13 Configuration of the IPBB Interface Accessed to the SDR Parameter description: Port No.0. it provides four external FE ports.)???) IP address: the address of the IPBB connected with the OMCB server. 2.

Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration 2. “IP-related configuration” has been correctly completed. A BSC management NE has been successfully created. 21. 2. Complete the logical configuration of an SDR site. 2. and select [Create→Site]. its parameters have been set. 3. [Preliminary Setup] 1.4-2 pops up. Click [Site]. and locate the to [OMC→GERAN subnetwork→BSC management element→Config Set→BSC function→Site Config].4-1 Creating an SDR site on the OMCR 3. Figure 2. 2. 39 .1 Create Logical Site [Operating Procedures] 1. Complete the cell configuration and transceiver configuration of the SDR site. as shown in Figure 2. Click the icon current directory in the left configuration resource tree window. A BSC board has been correctly configured.4-1. Right-click on the site node. The interface as shown in Figure 2.4 B8200 Configuration on OMCR [Objective] 1.4.

Site type: type of the actually installed BBU.000Kb. Access type: The SDR uses the IP access mode by default. for an SDR accessed in FE mode.4-2 Creating the Configuration Information of an SDR Site on the OMCR Parameter description: Site ID: It must be consistent with the GSM site No. 2. configured for the OMCB and the LMT. the bandwidth is set as 10.2 Create B8200 Rack 1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 2. For an SDR accessed in E1 mode. Bandwidth limit(Kb): bandwidth allowed by a bearer link.4.048Kb. and locate the to [OMC→GERAN subnetwork→BSC management element→Config Set→BSC function→Site Config]. the bandwidth is set as 2. 40 . Click the icon current directory in the left configuration resource tree window.

and the rack view as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2.4-3. and select [Create→Site Rack]. Right-click on the site node.4-4 appears.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration 2. as shown in Figure 2.4-4 41 B8200 Rack on the OMCR . click OK to create a corresponding rack. Double-click the site rack node in the left configuration resource tree. Figure 2.4-3 Creating an SDR Rack on the OMCR 3. In the pop-up [Create Rack] dialog box.

and click OK. as shown in Figure 2. it can only be modified when adding a carrier. Click the icon current directory in the left configuration resource tree window. as shown in Figure 2. and select [Create→Cell].4-9: 42 . 2.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2.4-5. Right-click on the site node. set related cell parameters in the “Create Cell” dialog box. As shown in Figure 2.4-5 Creating the Cell of an SDR Site on the OMCR 3. Figure 2.4-6.4. BCCH ARFCN(BcchArfcn) can not be modified here. and locate the to [OMC→GERAN subnetwork→BSC management element→Config Set→BSC function→Site Config].3 Configure B8200 Cells 1.

they may set Support GPRS (PsSupport) to be “Support GPRS” in the [Basic params 1] tab.4-7.4-6 Cell Configuration Information of an SDR site on the OMCR (1) 4. The corresponding page will display. If users need to configure GPRS or EDGE parameters. as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2.4-7 Cell Configuration Information of an SDR Site on the OMCR (2) 43 .Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Figure 2.

and locate the to [OMC→GERAN subnetwork→BSC management element→Config Set→BSC function→Site Config→Site ID→Cell].4. Configure the transceiver according to network optimization planning parameters. and the interface as shown in Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2. Click the icon current directory in the left configuration resource tree window. 2. Right-click on the Cell node. and select [Create→Trx]. Click [Trx].4-8. Click OK to complete the configuration. 44 .4-9 appears.4-8 Creating a Transceiver 3.4 Configure B8200 TRX 1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2. Figure 2.

4-9 Transceiver Configuration Information 4.4-10. Configure IP information. input DspMarkSeq and PortNo. Figure 2. as shown in Figure 2.Chapter 2 OMCR Data Configuration Figure 2.4-10 IP Information of the Transceiver 45 .

DspMarkSeq: Each DSP has 28 DSP mark sequence numbers. DspSunit: DSP No. of each transceiver must be unique.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Parameter description: Bipb Unit: unit No. of the BIPB board. The DSP mark sequence numbers of each DSP bear the service of a transceiver. PortNo: The port No. of the BIPB board. 46 .

properties Configuration File (as an OMC User) 1.'=' and value # ################################################################################# ################################################################################ # # # redefine the attributes in deploy-default.main=R6.100d ums.properties Before the modification.1 Modifying the deploy-030womcb. we need to check and modify some configuration files.patch= ums.20.product=zxwomc ums.name. Log as an omc user on to the OMCB server.version.integral=true ums.zh_CN=ZXWR-OMM Operation and Maintenance Management System ums. 2.en_US=ZXWR-OMM Operation and Maintenance Management System # # ################################################################################ # # 47 .version.version.000d-B4.00.1 OMCB-OMCR Server Environment Configuration To ensure that the OMCB server can establish a link to the foreground SDR.name. Enter the ums-svr\deploy directory: $cd ums-svr\deploy $vi deploy-030womcb.locale=zh_CN ums.1.application can directly read and use them # # ######################################################### ######################################################### ums. 3. the content of this file is as follows: ################################################################################# # # #property file format: name=value # #note: space is forbidden between name.3 OMCB Data Configuration 3.properties # ################################################################################ ######################################################### ######################################################### # # Normal configuration.

38.61.1.231 Modify this file according to the type of the SDR managed by this OMCB and the connection mode between the SDR and the BSC.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56.56.OMC-IpoaB09A-ftpIP=128.61. is 21 by default.OMC-DirectB06C-ftpIP=10.56. the configuration of specific BaseStation # type is adopted.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.61.56.18 # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api. the port No.56.OMC-DirectSHELTER-ftpIP=10.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.OMC-DirectB09-ftpIP=10.56.2 # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56.106. # BaseStation type includes B09.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.61.024: $cd ums-svr\tools\ftpserver\conf $more uep-psl-ftpserver-port.61.2 ######################################################################## userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56.OMC-DirectBS8800-ftpIP=10.30.56. You must modify this port No.38.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.61.OMC-DirectB8912-ftpIP=10.106.OMC-DirectB8812-A-ftpIP=10.OMC-DirectZXSDR_B8900_GU360-ftpIP=10.2 Modifying FTP-related Configuration Files (as an OMC User) 1. # example: # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api. as a value equal to or greater than 1.61.56.OMC-DirectBBUA-ftpIP=10.port=21 48 .231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.61.OMC-ftpUser=ftpuser userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.106.OMC-DirectB09-ftpIP=118.OMC-DirectPicoNodeB-ftpIP=10.61.OMC-DirectB8812-ftpIP=10.1.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.61.61.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.2 # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56.38.56.61.61.56.1. # # if specific BaseStatcion type and "ALL" are both configured.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.OMC-IpoaALL-ftpIP=128.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.OMC-IpoaB09-ftpIP=128.OMC-DirectB8812-B-ftpIP=10.OMC-DirectBBUB-ftpIP=10.30.OMC-DirectB09A-ftpIP=10.61.56.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56.61.OMC-DirectBBUC-ftpIP=10.18 # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.1. just use "ALL" .56.61.server.OMC-ftpPassword=ftp123 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.18 # userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api. B09A and so on.OMC-DirectB03C-ftpIP=10.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56. # # if the IP address is for all BaseStation type.conf ## Ftp server port number FtpServer.OMC-DirectB09C-ftpIP=10.61. In the FTP port configuration file applied by the OMC-B.OMC-IpoaALL-ftpIP=10.56.OMC-DirectALL-ftpIP=118.61.56.OMC-DirectB09A-ftpIP=118.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.56. 3.61.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.OMC-IpoaPicoNodeB-ftpIP=10.config.OMC-DirectZXSDR_B8800_GU360-ftpIP=10.30.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual # NODEB configuration # ################################################################################ ######################################################################## # NodeB FTP configuration # macro name: "OMC-" + "Direct-"(or "Ipoa-") + BaseStation type + "-ftpIP".61.OMC-DirectZXSDR_B8200_GU360-ftpIP=10.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.231 userdefined-zxwomc-common-nodeb-api.

properties File (as an OMC User) 1. In this example. Log as an omc user on to the OMCB server. the content of the file is as follows: $more uep-psl-ftpserver-port.conf ## Ftp server port number FtpServer. Make sure that the result is consistent with the following: 3.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration 2. After the modification. View the actual port mapping information of the system (as a root user): 3. the port No. modify (also as a root user) the corresponding port of FTP(tcp) in /etc/services as 1111. of the system: Use vi to modify the value of listen_port in the /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd. is 21111.conf file as 10021 as a root user does.conf file as a value after the above-mentioned FTP mapping.server.3 Modifying the deploy-default. Then. and enter the ums-svr\deploy directory: $cd ums-svr\deploy 49 . Make sure that the result is consistent with the following: 5. Modify the FTP port No.config. Modify the port No. in the uep-psl-ftpserver-port.1.port=21111 4.

the above-configured 21111.port Make sure that the value of this field is the same as the port configuration of the ftpserver enabled by OMC-B service. Open the deploy-default. 50 .1. it indicates that the server has been successfully started: 3. userdefined-uep-psl-ftpserver. Enter normal start process as follows: When the following prompt appears.properties file. your configuration operations will fail.4 Starting the OMC-B Server (as an OMC User) Start (as an omc user) OMCB NM application service in the bin directory.2 SDR Site Physical Data Configuration  Note Please perform configuration operations in the order as described in this chapter. 3.port=21111 If the value of this field is not 21111. Search for the field userdefined-uep-psl-ftpserver. then manually modify it. that is.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2.port in the file. \userdefined-uep-psl-ftpserver.properties 3. The screen displays that FTP service can be normally started. Otherwise. $vi deploy-030womcb.

and type of each SDR site. and the IP virtual address of the iBSC. that of the iBSC interface which corresponds to each base station. 3. as shown in Figure 3. together with the frequency band of each RRU. Know about the name.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration [Objective] Configure SDR physical data as planned. Know about the corresponding interface location and module No.. [Preliminary Setup] 1. No.1 Create SDR Site Management Element [Operating Procedures] 1.2-1. Know about physical transmission type (E1/T1 or Ethernet). Know about the planned IP address of each site. Log in to ISMG server from the client and enter Configuration Management. 4.2. of each SDR site on the iBSC. 51 . 5. 3. Open Configuration Management. Know about the IP address of each SDR base station. 2.

2-2.2-3. right-click on the OMC node. 52 .2-1 Entering Configuration Management 2.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3. as shown in Figure 3. right-click on the created GERAN subnetwork node. In the configuration resource tree. input User label and Subnetwork ID.2-2 Creating a GERAN Subnet (1) 2) In the pop-up “Create GERAN subnetwork” dialog box. Figure 3.2-4.2-3 Creating a GERAN Subnet (2) 3) In the configuration resource tree. as shown in Figure 3. and select [Create→Base Station]. 1) Create a GERAN subnet. as shown in Figure 3. and click OK. Figure 3. and select [Create→GERAN subnetwork].

Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3.2-5. Figure 3.2-5 Configuring Basic Parameters of a Base Station Management NE Parameter description: 53 . as shown in Figure 3.2-4 Creating a Base Station Management NE 4) Input configuration data in the Base Station dialog box according to actual planning.

as shown in Figure 3. 3. Do not configure IPOA. and select [Apply Mutex Right] in the pop-up menu. Click OK to finish the creation. as shown in Figure 3.  Note “Management NE Identity” and “IP Address of Management NE” are key data for the interconnection between an SDR base station and an OMCB. 54 . At present.2-6: Figure 3.2-6 Applying for Mutually Exclusive Authority 2.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual ManagedElement ID: It should be consistent with the GSM site No.2 Set the Exclusive Operation Right 1. ManagedElement Type: Select ZXSDR B8200 GU360. You may establish a link with the base station after having set both of them.2-7.2. of a base station. ManagedElement IP Address: Input the IP address of the base station used for OMC-B communication. Click YES in the Information dialog box. the A interface seldom uses FE for transmission. Right-click on the Base Station node. IPOA: It is used for the IP configuration of the A interface.

2-7 Prompt 3.2.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3. as shown in Figure 3.2-9. In this section. the corresponding node will be marked with a green lock. After the mutex right application succeeds.2-9 Creating Base Station Configuration Set 3. Figure 3. or in any case will be clarified. whether a step is configured in the case of E1/T1 access.2-8 Obtaining Mutually Exclusive Authority 3. and select to create base station config set. FE access. Please pay attention while reading! [Operating Procedures] 55 .2-8. as shown in Figure 3.3 Create the Site Configuration Set [Operating Procedures] Right-click on the base station node.4 Create the Site Physical Parameters  Note Transmission configuration varies with E1/T1 access and FE access.2. Input User Label and use default values for other parameters. Figure 3.

2-10. 56 . Figure 3. Transmission Type: all IP by default. the Base Station Equipment Resource Managememt interface appears. NTP Server IP Address: input the IP address of an NTP Server. Transmission Medium: input FE or E1 according to actual condition. If there is no special NTP server. input the IP address of an OMCB server.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 1. 1) Create base station Earth Resource management.2-10 Creating Base Station Earth Resource Management Parameter description: Base Station ID: to be filled in as planned. as shown in Figure 3. Click [Base Station Config Set→Create→Base Station Equipment Resource Management]. Support SummerTime: make a choice according to an actual area.

The CC board at Slot 1 and the SA board at Slot 13 are added by default. which respectively mean supporting only the WCDMA system. Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→Rack Configuration→Rack 1]. a UBPG board.2-12 shows the configured BBU panel. Select the PM board and click Add.2-11 takes for example the PM board at Slot 14: Figure 3. GSM. Then click OK to finish the addition. Radio Mode: WCDMA. Configure boards at corresponding slots according to actual physical configuration.2-11 Creating a BBU on the OMCB 2) Right click Slot 14 to pop up the above dialog box. 1) Configure the BBU of a physical rack. 2.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Clock Sync mode: default GPS frequency synchronization. and WCDMA/GSM. Double click the main rack to pop up the rack block diagram. supporting only the GSM system and supporting the W network and G network common-mode. 57 . Note: the baseband processing board type of GSM should be consistent with physical selection. Figure 3. Figure 3. that is.

Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management →Rack Configuration →Rack 2].2-14. DTR-E indicates E-GSM 900. 58 . 1) Configure the RRU of a physical rack.2-13. DTR-D indicates DCS1800. as shown in Figure 3.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3. as shown in Figure 3. and create an RRU.2-12 BBU Panel on the OMCB 3.2-13 Creating an RRU Rack on the OMCB 2) Click the R8860 rack and create a board on the panel. Figure 3.

2-15: 59 . Select ANT as the antenna type. Two feeders come out of each RRU. Antenna configuration Select [Base Station Configuration Set→Base Station Earth Resource Management→Antenna Configuration→Create→Antenna Configuration] to add antennas for RRUs.2-14 Creating an RRU Board on the OMCB 4. as shown in Figure 3.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3.

2-15 Creating an RRU Antenna on the OMCB 5.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3.2-16: 60 . Rack topology configuration Select [Base Station Configuration Set→Base Station Earth Resource Management→Rack Configuration→Rack Topology Configuration] to enter the interface as shown in Figure 3.

: It refers to an RRU rack.2-16 Creating SDR Rack Topology on the OMCB Parameter description: Port ID: connected with a board: It refers to the port No. the following Step 1 is unnecessary. adopt the chain connection mode. RRU Connection Mode: If there is no cascading. 3.3 Transmission Parameters Configuration  Note When creating base station equipment resource. if Transmission Medium is “E1”. 61 . if Transmission Medium is “FE”. 3 and 4 are unnecessary.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3. otherwise. Its number starts with 2. adopt the star connection mode. the following Step 2. Child port ID: It refers to the port through which a lower rack is connected with a higher one. Child Rack No. of the FS board connected with an RRU.

1.3-1: Figure 3. 62 .984k in the case of E1 configuration.000k for FE configuration.: It refers to the CC board location on the BBU (unchangeable). Click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Port Resource Layer Management→IUB Transmission→Global Management→Create→Ethernet] to enter the interface as shown in Figure 3. select 1. Link Object: select IPbone for a directly connected site or BTS for a cascaded site.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual The following section will clarify which parameters are configured in the following two cases: FE configuration or E1/T1 configuration.3-1 Ethernet Parameter Configuration Parameter description: Slot No. Working Mode: “adaptive” by default. Bandwidth(Kbps): select 100. Ethernet configuration It is configured in the case of FE only.

3.3-2. Right-click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Physical Layer Management]. as shown in Figure 3. High-level Data Link Control (HDLC) configuration 63 .Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration 2. E1/T1 Link ID: 0-7 represents the first pair of E1/T1 to the eighth pair of E1/T1 of an SA board. that is. the default value is 0. Use the default values for other parameters. E1/T1 connection configuration It is configured in the case of E1/T1 only. and select [Create→E1/T1 Line Configuration] from the pop-up menu.3-2 E1/T1 Connection Configuration Parameter description: Link Type: select “BSC” if an SDR base station is connected to the BSC in star mode. Configure E1/T1 connection in the E1/T1 Link Relative Configuration dialog box. select “Base Station” if an SDR base station is connected with a higher SDR base station in chain mode. Figure 3. the first pair of E1/T1.

Figure 3. as shown in Figure 3. and select [Create→High-Level Data Link Control] from the pop-up menu. Select [Create→PPP Configuration] from the pop-up menu. Right-click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Global Port Management]. Configure related 64 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual It is configured in the case of E1/T1 only.3-3.3-3 HDLC Configuration Configure the timeslot used by an SDR base station as planned in “Timeslot Mapping Diagram”. 4. Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) configuration It is configured in the case of E1/T1 only. Configure HDLC in the High-Level Data Link Control dialog box. Right-click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Physical Layer Management].

Qos bandwidth configuration It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE. 65 . No.3-4 PPP Configuration Parameter description: Link Type: select “HDLC”.: modify the corresponding “HDLC Link No.” as 0. as shown in Figure 3. Figure 3. 5.3-4. The QOS Bandwidth Configuration dialog box appears. Bearer Protocol: select “PPP”. Base Station IP: fill in the planned IP address of the SDR base station. Click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Global Port Management→Create→QOS Bandwidth Config].Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration parameters in the PPP Configuration dialog box.

and slot No. Traffic Quality Priority: 0 by default. as shown in Figure 3. 6. Global port configuration It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE. Bandwidth of QOS(kbps): to be filled in according to actual transmission bandwidth..ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual as shown in Figure 3. Port ID: 0 indicates the port accessed in FE mode.3-6: 66 . are used to locate a CC board.3-5.: frame No.3-5 QoS Bandwidth Configuration Parameter description: Rack No. The Global Port Configuration dialog box appears. Figure 3. Click [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Global Port Management→Create→Global Port Configuration].

7.3-7: 67 . and Slot No. select IP Over PPP. Port ID: select 0. The IP parameer Configuration dialog box appears.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3. If the transmission medium is E1. Rack No. Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management →IUB Transmission→IP/Static Router Layer Management→IP Parameter Configuration].. as shown in Figure 3. select IP Over Ethernet. are located to the CC board configured with data.3-6 Global Port Configuration Parameter description: Port Type: two options: IP Over Ethernet or IP Over PPP. VLAN ID: fill in with 65535 if no VLAN is used.. IP attribute configuration It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE. If the transmission medium is FE. Shelf No.

If SDR and iBSC are in the same network segment. Radio Mode: GSM.3-7 IP Attribute Configuration Parameter description: IP Address: fill in with the actually planned value. there is no need to configure any static route.e. 8. Gateway Address: fill in with the IP address of the IPBB to the SDR side. a static route must be configured. Bandwidth(kbps): to be filled in as configured. Use default values for other parameters. Subnetwork Mask: fill in with the actually planned value. Static route configuration It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE. 68 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3. i. If SDR and iBSC (virtual address. the address of an RRU) are not in the same network segment.

Local Port Number: to be kept consistent with site No. as shown in Figure 3. the 69 .Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration 9. SCTP configuration It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE. Remote Port Number: It is 0x3900+CMP module No. 0 Local IP Address: fill in with the IP address of an SDR site. In this example.. Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→IUB Transmission→Transmission Layer Management→Create→SCTP Configuration]. No.3-8 SCTP Configuration Parameter description: Radio Mode: select GSM. Figure 3. Select “ineffective” for other local addresses.3-8.

as shown in Figure 3.3-9: Figure 3. 10.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual module No. Select [Base Station Configuration Set→Base Station Earth Resource Management→IUB Transmission Configuration (all IP)→Transmission Layer Management→Create →OMCB Connection]. is 3. If converted into decimal system. is 14595. Use default values for other parameters. Remote IP Address: fill in with the planned address of an RPU Use default values for other parameters. OMCB connection It must be configured whether in the case of E1/T1 or FE.3-9 OMCB Connection Configuration Parameter description: Base Station OMC IP Address: select the IP address of a base station by default. the remote port No. Base Station OMC Gateway: fill in with the IP address of an RPU. 70 .

The Clock Source Priority Configuration dialog box appears.4-1 Clock Source Priority Configuration Parameter description: External Clock Source ID: only embedded GPS and line clock-this board are supported at present. Figure 3. 2. as shown in Figure 3. 71 .Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration 3.4-2 and Figure 3. If there is no connection. Clock source priority configuration Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Equipment Resource Management→Clock Source Priority Configuration]. Environment monitoring and dry contact configuration Configure environment monitoring and dry contact according to actual conditions.4 Clock and Dry Contact Parameters Configuration 1. as shown in Figure 3. use the default value.4-1.4-3.

72 .5 Radio Parameters Configuration 1.4-3 Creating Main Contact Point on the OMCB 3. Central frequency band configuration Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Radio Resource Management→Create→Central Frequency Config].ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3. The Central Frequency Config dialog box appears.4-2 Creating Environment Monitoring on the OMCB Figure 3.5-1. as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3. It is recommended to configure the bandwidth as the central frequency band ±5 M. that is. as shown in Figure 3.5-1 Configuring Central Frequency on the OMCB 2.5 MHz uplink bandwidth. considering the UMTS limit to such sites. Because SDR base station is dual-mode. Configure sector parameters Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Radio Resource Management→Create→GSM Sector Parameter Config]. The GSM Sector Parameter Config dialog box appears. 7.5 MHz downlink bandwidth and 7. 73 .Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration This frequency is the central frequency of downlink frequency band.5-2. the SDR base station can only have 15 MHz bandwidth.

Figure 3.5-2 Configuring GSM Sector on the OMCB Sector number corresponds to a physical cell number. 3. 74 . GSM RU parameter configuration Select [Base Station Config Set→Base Station Radio Resource Management→Create→GSM RU Parameter Config]. is 2.5-4 show the GSM RU Parameter Config dialog box. GPS Synchronous Frame Header Offset adopts the default value 1. Configure radio parameters for the RRU of which the rack No.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3.5-3 and Figure 3.

Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration Figure 3.5-3 Configuring GSM RU on the OMCB (1) 75 .

in fact. select “enable extended interface”.: select “Invalidation”. 76 . Related Radio Shelf No. select “not enable extended interface”. so the actual power of each carrier should not exceed 20W. Sector 1 is configured with three carriers.5-4 Configuring GSM RU on the OMCB (2) Parameter description: RU Type: to be selected according to the model on the RRU name plate. Related Radio Rack No. The maximum transmission power of an RRU is 60W. Extended interface: If a cell has only one RRU.: select “Invalidation”. If the cell has multiple RRUs. Carrier wave power config parameter: to be configured according to the number of carriers.: select “Invalidation”.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 3. Related Radio Slot No. Static Power Level: to be set as required network optimization.

4. Each cell can be configured with up to 36TRX. A BP board can process up to 12 TRXs. as shown in Figure 3. Configure carrier for each sector.5-5. The GSM Carrier Wave Parameter Config dialog box appears.Chapter 3 OMCB Data Configuration  Note Description of the maximum configuration: Each site of an SDR base station can be configured with up to 24 cells.5-5 Configuring GSM Carrier on the OMCB 77 . GSM carrier configuration Select [Base Station Config Set→ Base Station Radio Resource Management→Create→GSM Carrier Wave Parameter Config]. a BBU can be configured with up to five BP boards. Each site can be configured with up to 60TRX. Figure 3.

ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Parameter description: Sector Number: select the cell this carrier belongs to. Logical Carrier Frequency Number. Frequency Band: select the actually configured carrier band (select 900 M in this example). 78 . Channels Mode: to be selected as required. The default value is “not to be used”. Child Frequency Band: select “Invalidation”. IRC: to be set as required.: It refers to the configured carrier number. The default value is “single channel”.

the JRE should be installed under 79 the LMT directory.00.2 LMT Installation Load the JRE in running the LMT.1.1. The path is .rar: EOMS The special software version of EOMS and EFMS.1 LMT Introduction The software packet of the SDR often contains two files: one is the foreground software . If the JRE is not installed in the debugger.1-1 External Interface of ZXSDR R8860 4.txt The copy version of the O&M and fault management Java operating environment installation file DMS and PMS installation program executable files Installation program readme file 4. See Figure 4.1-1.software specification package. EOMS_EFMS JRE LMTSetup.4 LMT Installation. Configuration and Power On Checking 4. or test and activate it on the BTS.exe readme. the other is the debugging software LMT. You can use the LoadTool to load and run it.101a. Figure 4.1 LMT Content Introduction You can see the following LMT software contents after unzipping the file BLMT_v4.

) 1.\BLMT_v4.exe.exe.00. 80 . (If a different LMT version and the JRE have been installed in the debugger. 1) Install JRE Enter the JRE program directory …\BLMT_v4. and double-click jre-6u2-windows-i586-p.. The installation interface is displayed. as shown in Figure 4..1-2 JRE Installation Welcome Interface 2) Click Accept (A) to start the installation..101b2\JRE\jre-6u2-windows-i586-p. re-installation is not required..101b2\JRE\.00. The progress bar is displayed to show the installation status. See the Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual \.1-3.1-2 Figure 4.

Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. as shown in Figure 4.1-4. Figure 4.1-3 JRE Installation Progress 3) Wait for the completion of the Java installation until the interface is displayed. Click Finish (F) to end the JRE installation.1-4 JRE Installation Finish 81 .Chapter 4 LMT Installation.

6. Add „.00. the IP address should be 192. See Figure 4.’ after the value of the path environment variable. the 192. 1) Set the environment variable Right-click My Computer.00. and then remove its extension name.1.\BLMT_v4. the admin and nodeblmt are the user name and password for logging in to the LMT.2..ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 2. 2) Change the IP address of this file to the IP address of the active CC board (IP address format: 192. The default installation path of the Jar is C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.slot number.16 is the IP address of the CC board (for a CC board with two slots. you can create a new text file and rename it to ump. See Figure 4. this step can be omitted.0_02\bin. Copy the ump file to the root directory of volume C The ump file is required by the old versions of LMT. The environment number of the CC board is 254 by default). If this file does not exist.1-6. Figure 4. BLMT_v4..16. and 82 .. and then add the installation path of the Jar.1-5 Set Environment Variable 2. that is.254.101b and higher versions do not need this file.environment variable. and select System Properties -> Advanced -> Environment Variables -> Path -> Edit. 1) Copy the ump file under \..254.1-5. where.16).101b2\EOMS_EFMS to the root directory of volume C.

different environment numbers should be set for different SDRs.16 For the slot number of each board.environment number. CC->BspSetEnvId 210 value = 0 =0x0 CC-> When the modification is complete. Telnet to the CC board.4-1. you should configure the debugger with an IP address in the network segment of the CC board. and enter BspSetEnvId new environment number to modify the environment number. The format is: 192. The default environment number is 254 which can be edited by using the following command. and the address is related to its slot.1. see the red mark in Figure 1.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. the environment number is an ID used to identify the SDR in the same network. Configuration and Power On Checking the Chinese indicates the language environment. Figure 4. It is recommended to use the BS number as the environment number. · BBU board IP calculation Each board on the BBU has a fixed internal IP address.1-6 Create A ump File 4.slot number. · IP configuration of the debugger 83 .3 Connection between LMT and SDR To establish the connection between the debugger and the SDR. In a same BSC. log in with the new environment number. press Ctrl + x or enter Reboot to reset the CC board. Then.

power on and observe the MS indicator. If a MS indicator is on. If there is only one CC board. 0. the subnet mask should be 255. and this IP address should not be the same as the one in the SDR. the debugger is connected to the ETH1 interface of the CC board in the SDR by the network cable. it must be the active CC board. you should configure the debugger with an IP address in the network segment of the CC board.1-7 Configure the IP Address of the Debugger · Login of the debugger to the SDR 1. with an optional gateway. To establish the connection between the debugger and the SDR.1-7. 0. If each slot has a CC board. the 84 . To visit all boards in the SDR conveniently. You can just connect the debugger with the ETH1 interface of the CC board by the network cable. Connect the network port of the debugger with the ETH1 interface of the active CC board The CC board can only be inserted in slot 1 or 2 of the BBU. Figure 4. 255. See Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual In debugging.

1-8 LMT Login Interface 3. Create login site information Click the Station on the login interface.\BLMT_v4.00. Insert the standby CC board when the active CC board is configured completely and runs normally.jar to start the LMT.1-9.1-8... When you confirm the connection between the debugger and the SDR. 2. If you use the LMT to perform the data configuration for the SDR. The login interface is shown in Figure 4. Station IP indicates the IP address of the CC board that is connected to the debugger by the network cable.. it is recommended to pull out the standby CC board before the configuration. 85 .. double click \.101b2\EOMS_EFMS\EOMS. Figure 4. Configuration and Power On Checking corresponding board is the active CC board which should be connected to the debugger. The Add Information of the base station dialog box is displayed as shown in Figure 4. Input Station Name and Station IP.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. Start the login interface Try to ping the active CC board IP address of the BTS on the debugger.

The offline configuration is to modify the configuration on the debugger. and click Login. the LMT cannot visit it until the CC board is normal. and then confirm whether the IP address in the ump file is consistent with that of the CC board to be connected. configure the B8200 foreground ZDB table directly. Prompt in the login process In the login process. perform the sequent online SDR data configuration. Then. 86 . and select a BS. 5.1-8 to perform the offline data configuration.1-9 Configure the IP Address of the Debugger 4. If you can not log in to the SDR. The configuration result is saved as a XML file under a specified directory. the background should communicate with the BS to obtain the dynamic and alarm information. If the LMT cannot log in to the SDR.4 Offline Configuration The online configuration is the most common configuration mode. the base station configuration interface is displayed. select Offline Configuration in Logging in Type in Figure 4. that is. Log in to the BS Create a site. thus does not affect the B8200.1. The data configured in this mode takes effect immediately. 4. Select Log in to BS (Online Configuration) as the login mode. The login process will take about half a minute. Then. The offline configuration does not need the connection to the foreground B8200.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. if the CC board is being reset. check whether the debugger can ping the IP of the CC board.

1-10 LMT Offline Login Interface 4. and set the saving path of the exported file. Exporting the configured data in online or offline mode can implement the data backup.5 Configuration Export and Import The configuration export is to export the B8200 foreground ZDB table in the XML format to a directory of the MLT client. and import the data into the SDR through the online mode as required.1-11. You can also import the data to other SDR BSs of the same type. · Configuration data export When the data is to be exported. 87 .1.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. See Figure 4. select Export Configuration Data from the drop-down menu of System. Figure 4. and modify individual data to implement the fast data configuration. as shown in Figure 4.1-10. The sequent configurations are performed based on this configuration file. Configuration and Power On Checking A local configuration file should be specified for the offline configuration. Backup the configured data to the debugger.

select Existing Data.  Note The BS8200 will be restarted after the entire table configuration. select Entire Table Configuration in the drop-down menu of System. The differences are marked in bright blue and yellow respectively in the table. because the imported data will overwrite the original data. the configuration data should also be imported. When the loading is complete. Then. 88 .1-11 Exporting Configuration Data · Configuration data import When the data should be imported. backup the data. A progress bar is displayed to show the loading progress.2 SDR Site Configuration on LMT The ZXSDR is a BS with internal ALL-IP structure. a success prompt dialog box is displayed. For the E1/T1 access and FE access. The unmarked parts are the common configuration of the E1/T1 and FE. there is configuration data in the SDR by default. It only supports IP access in the Abis interface. but the physical bearer can be the FE or E1/T1. The LMT configures the BS in steps as shown in the following table. a prompt dialog box is displayed when the LMT is connected with the SDR. Then. their configurations of transmission resources are different to some extent. If there is no data in the SDR. 4. · No data in SDR Generally. If the original configuration data in the BS should be reserved. Press OK.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4.

7 Step 3.2 Step 2.3 Step 4.4 parameters (when the Abis uses the E1/T1 transmission) Configure PPP parameters (when the Abis uses the E1/T1 transmission) None The IP address used by the BTS to access the BTS controller None None Remote IP address and remote port number Step 3.5 Step 2.2 None Step 1.8 Step 4. Configuration and Power On Checking Table 4.1 (when the Abis uses the IP transmission) Configure E1/T1 connection None Step 3.4 Step 5 Version Step 5.5 Step 3.2 (when the Abis uses the E1/T1 transmission) Configure HDLC channel None Step 3.2 Step 4.4 Step 2.1 89 Configure global port parameters Configure IP parameters Configure SCTP parameters Configure 0MC-B parameters Configure RF unit central frequency Configure the GSM sectors Configure GSM carriers Configure GSM RU Version Configuration Cell frequency configuration range None None None None .2-1 Step Data Category Step LMT Configures the SDR Configuration Connection Parameter with BSC GSM site number Step 1.3 Transmission Step 3 Resource Configuration Step 3.1 Radio Step 4 Resource Configuration Step 4.3 None Step 2.Chapter 4 LMT Installation.6 Step 3.1 BTS Configuration Basic property configuration of the BTS Configurations of B8200 board and R8860 rack and board Clock reference source configuration Environment monitoring configuration PA controller configuration Serial port configuration Topology structure configuration Dry contact configuration Configure FE parameters Step 1 Step 1.3 None None None None None Step 3.1 Ground Step 2 Resource Configuration Step 2.

1 Basic Properties Configuration · Description before the configuration: Currently. Because of the interrelation between the data. the existence of next data will cause that the former data cannot be deleted. Figure 4. the delivery CC data is the configuration of the W BTS by default.2-1 Set Basic Property 2) Set basic parameter 90 .2. 1) Set basic property Open Set Basic Property menu Right-click Base Station in the configuration interface. The data should be deleted for reconfiguration. Otherwise. the deletion should comply with the descending principle. · Configuration Steps: 1.2-1. The pop-up menu is displayed as shown in Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Step Data Category Configuration Step Configuration Connection Parameter with BSC 4. select Configure Basic Attribute.

91 .2-2 Basic Parameter of Basic Property Parameter description: NodeB ID: indicates the site number of the Node B allocated by RNC in WCDMA system. 3) Set other parameters as shown in Figure 4.2-4.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. use the default value.2-3 and Figure 4. If the B8200 is only used for GSM. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4.

2-4 Basic Property Parameters (2) Parameter description: 92 .2-3 Basic Property Parameters (1) Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4.

Write down the actual IP address. It can support a maximum of two PMs. The B8200 can operate normally with only one PM. for E1/T1 transmission. when all RF units are of WCDMA system. You can select GSM. select WCDMA. When there is no time server. that is. GSM station No. the original standby module is switched to the active module. Transmission mode: the physical transmission type of the Abis interface determines the encapsulation of data link layer. the other will take over all the job and ensure normal operation of the system.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. Radio Mode: it indicates the radio system used for setting the BTS. The load sharing mode indicates that both PMs are working simultaneously at any time.: it indicates the site identification of the GSM allocated by the BSC. Power work mode: it is used to set the operation mode of two PMs. Configuration and Power On Checking SNTP Server address: it indicates the time server used by the BTS. This site ID also acts as the SCTP port number that is used when the SCTP connection is established 93 . the active/standby mode or load sharing mode. The two FS boards can operate in active/standby mode or load sharing mode. or WCDMA/GSM. The active/standby mode indicates that only one PM is active at one time. the data link layer is PPP encapsulation. However. regardless of the physical transmission type. For Ethernet twisted pair transmission. When there is no independent time server. the standby module will take over the job. It is the planning data which should be consistent with the site ID that is used when the site is configured on the OMCR. When all RF units are of GSM system. the other module is in standby mode. Perform settings according to actual configuration requirement. when the RF units are of GSM and WCDMA systems. You can set the BTS time manually through LMT. FS work mode: a maximum of two FS boards can be configured on the BBU. select GSM. Then. select WCDMA/GSM. When one module is faulty. you can fill in the IP address of OMCB. the data link layer is Ethernet encapsulation. The selection is determined based on the type of RF unit which is connected to the FS board of the B8200. WCDMA. When the active PM is faulty. the BTS will start the timing from 2000-1-1 0: 0: 0 automatically. the ALL-IP transmission is used in the network layer.

Transmission medium: it indicates the transmission medium used by the Abis interface. 94 . SAT. You can select E1. right-click Configuration management -> NodeB -> Configure Clock Reference. set second clock. Set clock reference source In the maintenance navigation tree interface. The BBU obtains the radio configuration parameters through the OMCR. as shown in Figure 4. T1. and Invalid indicates that the field is invalid. If the site ID is configured incorrectly. Time zone: set the parameter based on the time zone that the BTS locates in. This option is designed for users to select whether to allow the strategy. It is China GMT+8:00 by default. Clock synchronization period: it indicates how often (in hour) the BTS performs the time synchronization with the preset time server of the SNTP Server. 2. do not select it. Support power-down control: when the power is faulty. Currently. Generally. Use the default value. the BTS cannot obtain the correct radio parameters and access. FE. the function is not supported. the NodeB will disconnect the external boards automatically (including FS UBPG) to spare the power in the storage battery. or Invalid. SAT indicates Satellite. the site transmission uses the line clock.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual between the B8200 and the BSC. and so on. The E1/T1 indicates the E1/T1 cable. Therefore. satellite transmission. third clock. If there are multiple clock sources.2-5. that is. Modify the clock reference source extracted by the BTS in the dialog box. FE indicates Fast Ethernet. The Configure Clock Reference dialog box appears.

you can modify the SDR time through the OMCB. uncheck the option Query BTS Time. the date and time are editable. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. Add the board based on the actual configuration (it is recommended to insert the FS board into slot 3. The BBU configuration interface appears.2-7 for the example of adding a UBPG board in slot 6. See Figure 4. and then select the board type on the pop-up interface. To add a board. When the link between the foreground and the background is established. select the current date. Then. 4.2 Physical Parameters Configuration 1. 1) Configure the main rack 1 (BBU) Add board Double-click Main Rack 1. Then. and double-click to confirm. 95 .Chapter 4 LMT Installation. right-click on the corresponding slot and select Add Board. you can query the BTS time. right-click Configuration Management -> NodeB -> BTS Time Property. because the FS board can not be inserted into slot 4 in old versions). The time can be edited directly. Set the BTS time In the navigation tree maintenance interface. Click the date to be modified.2. To modify the BTS time.2-5 Set Clock Reference Source 3.

If one of the slots has no CC board. 3.2-6 UBPG Board Configured with the BBU  Note Both slot 1 and 2 on the main rack 1 are configured with a CC board that cannot be deleted by the LMT (but can be deleted from the OMCB). The Add RRU rack dialog box appears.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. Check the board status 2) After adding the board. learn whether there is alarm on the board. Right-click on the board and select Board Status Legend. the BTS can still run normally. 96 . The board prompt is displayed. 1) Configure the remote rack (RRU) Add rack Right-click BTS and select Add Rack.

Rack Name: Write down the name according the planning. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. such as G2_1 which indicates the first RRU of the second cell in the GSM site.2-10 shows the operation interface. It is recommended to use a simple name. while R8860 indicates the shared RF unit of the WCDMA and GSM. select R8860 according to the actual hardware configuration. 2) Add antenna Click and confirm. 97 .2-7 Add RRU Rack Parameter description: RRU Shelf Type: R8840 indicates the WCDMA FR unit.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. In this example. Add two antennas and a DTR board on this interface. The RRU rack interface is displayed. Figure 4.

Other parameters will be extracted by the system automatically according to the clicking position. Select based on the actual antenna type. or RET which indicates the EDT. This parameter is not related to the WCDMA or GSM system. 2) Add carrier 98 . The creation method of the second antenna is the same.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4.2-8 Add the Antenna of RRU Rack Parameter description: Board Type: you can select ANT which indicates the common antenna.

Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4.2-12.Chapter 4 LMT Installation.2-9 Add the DTR of the RRU Parameter description: DTR-C indicates the carrier of the GSM900 DTR-D indicates the carrier of the DCS900 DTR-E indicates the carrier of the E-GSM900 3) Completed RRU configuration The configured remote rack is shown in Figure 4. and the DTR is configured to be the GSM900 (DTR-C). 99 .

1) Configure the topology structure Open the topology configuration When the RRU configuration is complete.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. Then. The topology structure interface is displayed as shown in Figure 4. Right-click on the interface and select Add. you can configure the topology relation between racks. double-click Topology under Ground Resource Management in the left Maintain navigation tree.2-11.2-10 Configured RRU Rack 4. 100 .

Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. 101 . The configuration in the following figure is to connect the port 0 (LC1) of rack 3 (RRU) to the port 0 (TX0/RX0) of slot 3 (FS board) on rack 1 (BBU).2-11 Topology Structure Interface 4) Add a topology relation Configure the connection between the BBU and the RRU. or between RRUs as needed.Chapter 4 LMT Installation.

2-12 Topology Structure Settings Parameter description: Higher level/Lower level: in the star connection. the RRU far from the BBU is the lower level. while the LC2 is used to cascade to the lower-level RRU. 5 from left to right. 5) Add more topology relations By using the above method. Topology Type: Star indicates that the RRU is connected to the BBU directly. RRU the lower level. port ID: each FS board of the BBU provides six fiber interfaces to be connected to the RRU. in the chain connection. the RRU near the BBU is the higher level. you should configure 102 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. The LC1 is used to connect the BBU or upper-level RRU. the BBU is the higher level. the RRU provides two fiber interfaces through the DTR board: LC1 and LC2. add the configuration data of topology for each pair of BBU and RRU or each pair of RRUs which are directly connected with each other. while Chain indicates multiple cascaded RRU. 3. The optical interfaces on the front panel of the FS board are numbered 0. 4. 2. After configuring the rack and topology structure. 1.

For FE access. and OMCB parameters. IP parameters. · Description before the configuration For E1 access. right-click in the E1/T1 Cable window on the right. If the planned SDR address and the iBSC virtual address are not in the same network segment. IP parameters. global port parameters. Note that each step in this section will declare that whether this step is configured for E1/T1. Then. SCTP parameters.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. Configuration and Power On Checking the transmission resources of the Abis interface. 103 . and OMCB parameters. no modification is allowed on the LMT. See Figure 4. or both E1/T1 and FE. HDLC parameters. then after the connection between SDR and iBSC is established. 4. select Maintenance Navigation Tree -> Configuration Management -> Transmission Resources -> Physical Bearer -> E1/T1 Cable. · Configuration procedure 1. only five items should be configured: Ethernet parameters. It is recommended not to configure the OMCB parameter table during the debugging phase.3 Transmission Parameters Configuration  Note the transmission configuration for E1/T1 access is different from that for FE access. PPP parameters. global port parameters. SCTP parameters. In the left window of the LMT.2-13. and add a message. seven items should be configured: E1/T1 cable. Static Route Parameters should be configured.2. E1/T1 cable It is configured only for E1/T1 access. If the OMCB parameter table is configured. FE.

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Parameter description Board Name: it indicates the board from which the SDR accesses the E1/T1. For the B8200, although the E1/T1 is accessed physically from the SA board, the SA board performs no operation over the E1/T1. The co-team handling is completed by the CC board, therefore, the E1/T1 is accessed logically from the CC board. Thus, the board here is CC by default, and it cannot be edited. Link ID: it indicates the pair of E1 lines to be used. The SA board introduces eight pairs of E1 lines which correspond to links ranging from 0 to 7. In the figure, the link ID of the E1 line is 0, that is, use the first pair of E1 lines (No.1 and No.2 E1 lines). The link ID configured in this step will be referenced later in the HDLC channel parameter configuration. The E1 link used by a HDLC channel is identified by the link ID of this E1 link. Link type: it indicates the remote equipment type to which the E1 link is connected. Select BSC for the GSM network.  Note Make sure that you have set the transmission medium to E1 or T1 in the Other
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parameters tab in the Configure Basic Attribute dialog box; oherwise, the E1/T1 cable can not be added. 3. Ethernet Parameters This option is configured only for FE/GE access. Click Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> Ethernet Parameter, right-click at the blank area on the right, and select Add. The configuration interface of Ethernet parameters is displayed, as shown in Figure 4.2-14 .

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Parameter description Board Name: select the board where the IP interface of the Abis locates. Currently, you can only select CC for the GSM. Ethernet port ID: currently, you can only select 0 from the drop-down box. Working mode: it indicates the operation mode of the Abis interface, that is, duplex or rate. There are six options. Generally, Adaptive is selected by default. Connection object: it indicates the equipment to which the Abis interface is
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connected directly. You can select IPbone or BTS. When the SDR is connected to the BSC directly, select IPbone; when the SDR is cascaded to the upper level BTS, select BTS. Configured bandwidth(kbps): it indicates the total bandwidth (unit: kbps) of the Abis interface. This parameter sets the upper limit of available total transmission bandwidth of the Abis interface of the BTS. The value can not exceed the physical processing capability of the interface. A BTS can be configured with multiple IP addresses, and it supports the setting of available bandwidths for different IP address. Therefore, the total bandwidth used by all IP addresses in one BTS can not exceed the configured value. 4. HDLC parameters This option is configured only for E1/T1 access. In the left window of the LMT, select Maintain navigation Tree -> Configuration management -> Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> HDLC Parameter. Then, right-click in the HDLC Parameter window on the right to add a message, as shown in Figure 4.2-15.

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31 timeslots of the E1 by default. A HDLC channel uses 1 . Configuration and Power On Checking Parameter description: HDLC ID: it indicates the ID of the HDLC. Figure 4.23.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. 1. and Figure 4.2-16. Link ID No. and timeslot 0 is used for synchronization. This parameter is set automatically by the system. the timeslot range is 1 .31. that is. In the left window of the LMT. there will be two options here: 0. for T1 transmission. starting with 0. Figure 4. The HDLC ID configured in this step will be referenced later in the PPP parameter configuration. 107 . The number is increased by 1 each time when a record is added. For E1 transmission. TS-bit mapping relation: it indicates the ID of the E1 timeslot occupied by the HDLC channel. the timeslot range is 1 . right-click in the PPP Parameter window on the right to add a message. select Maintain navigation Tree -> Configuration management -> Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> PPP Parameter. You can select as needed. the link number configured in E1/T1 connection. Bearing type: select E1.: it indicates the ID of the E1 link where the HDLC channel locates. If you add link 0 and link 1 in E1/T1 connection configuration.2-17. Each E1 should be configured with a HDLC. and timeslot 0 is used for synchronization.. and needs no modification. Then.2-18 show parameter details. PPP parameters This option is configured only for E1/T1 access. 5.

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when the MP header format is invalid. MP header style: when the PPP encapsulation type is ML-PPP.2-18 PPP Parameter Management (3) Parameter description PPP ID: it indicates the ID of the PPP. this parameter is invalid. MP priority: when the MP header format is set to Long Sequence Number or Short Sequence Number. Link 1.: Link 0. This parameter is set by the system automatically. when the PPP encapsulation type is PPP. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. this parameter is also invalid (255 by default). Bear protocoltype: when the SDR is connected to the BSC/RNC through a pair of E1 lines. select PPP. while Short Sequence Number indicates that the 12 bit is used to identify the ML-PPP frame sequence number. are used to set the HDLC channel 109 . when the SDR is connected to the BSC/RNC through two pairs of E1 lines. Link 2. select ML-PPP (MultiLink-PPP). etc. Long Sequence Number indicates the 24 bit is used to identify the ML-PPP frame sequence number.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. and needs no modification. Link ID No. The number is increased by 1 each time when a record is added. starting with 0. this parameter can be set (1 by default).

including the PAP and CHAP protocols.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual (HDLC ID) used by the PPP link respectively. When Bear protocoltype is set to PPP. you can select multiple links according to the planning. This address is required only when other boards of the SDR are accessed by using the LMT or through the active CC board. Configure the compression parameters when the IP/UDP header compression is 110 . Do not set it to 192. It is not required here. when Bear protocoltype is set to ML-PPP. The address 192.2-19 PPP Parameter Management (4) Parameter description Base Station IP: it indicates the IP address that the SDR uses to communicate with the iBSC.x. Quality protocolType: it is not supported currently. because 192.environment number. Authorize: it indicates whether the user authentication is required. only link 0 is valid. Support IP compress: it indicates whether to support the IP compression or not.16 is the format of the internal address of each SDR board.x.x. Figure 4.x.16.slot number.x. Note that this address is the external address of the SDR.x of the control panel on the iBSC. as shown in Figure 4.2-19.16 is similar to the internal address 128.x.

The maximum value of NONTCP CID is set to 512.2-20 Configuring Global Port Parameters Parameter description: Global Port ID: it is generated automatically. right-click at the blank area on the right. Configuration and Power On Checking used. when the data link layer uses the Ethernet encapsulation. When the data link layer uses the PPP encapsulation.No. Global Port Parameters This option should be configured for both E1/T1 and FE accesses. Others can use the default value.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. Figure 4. select IP over PPP. For example. 34 global ports that 111 . the PPP uses No. 6. starting with 1. The configuration interface of global port parameters is displayed. and select Add. select IP over Ethernet. Click Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> Global Port Parameter. Port ID of link layer: it indicates the port number used in the BTS protocol stack subsystem. Select No unless specified otherwise. 3 . Working mode: it indicates the mode of IP bearer (data link layer protocol): Ethernet/PPP.

112 . Using VLAN: it is not selected currently. Click Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> IP Parameter.2-21 IP Property Configuration Parameter description IP ID: it indicates the ID of the IP used by the protocol stack. IP Address: it indicates the IP that the BTS uses to access the BTS controller. It is in grey and is not editable. This parameter is invalid when the value is 65535. Figure 4. Its value ranges from 2 . Vlan ID: when the Using VLAN is selected. 0 .ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual corresponds to No. right-click at the blank area on the right. and needs no modification. IP parameters This option should be configured for both E1/T1 and FE accesses. and select Add. 7. The configuration interface of IP parameters is displayed. This parameter is generated by the system automatically.No. this parameter is valid.4094. 31 link layer ports.

Therefore. the actual bandwidth is 2048 * 31 / 32 = 1984). For details of the COS priority. and select Add. and gateway address on this interface are in grey. Configured bandwidth(kbps): it indicates the available bandwidth of the current IP (a SDR BTS can be configured with multiple IP addresses). subnet mask. SCTP parameters This option should be configured for both E1/T1 and FE accesses. N indicates the number of the E1 lines (the bandwidth of each E1 line is 2048 kbps. see the appendix. and Ethernet are the same on the transmission layer. T1. the SCTP configuration is the same for E1 or Ethernet accesses. the IP address is the BTS IP address configured in PPP Parameter Management. This parameter is in grey and is not editable. it can be set to N*1984. as shown in Figure 113 . therefore. Configuration and Power On Checking subnet mask: this parameter is in grey and is not editable. Click Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> SCTP Parameter. This option determines the service type that the current IP address can bear. The bandwidth configured in FE parameters is the total bandwidth of the SDR BTS. When the data configuration is complete. It is the bandwidth to be set here. right-click at the blank area on the right.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. For example. The SCTP belongs to the transmission layer that is above the IP layer. the IP address and the gateway address are obtained automatically after the synchronization with the BSC data. but only 31 timeslots are available. It is used to select the corresponding IP with priority based on different priorities of services. 8. A BTS can be configured with multiple IP addresses. The configuration interface of SCTP parameters is displayed. For E1 access. these options will be filled in automatically. Class of Service: it indicates the COS priority corresponding to the IP address. When the site is started. It can not perceive whether the data link layer is PPP or Ethernet. Each E1 line has 32 timeslots. The configurations of E1.  Note The IP address. Gateway address: it indicates the IP address of the IPPB of the BTS controller.

ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 4. When the local site ID is configured. the GSM Site ID in the background network management. the local port ID is generated automatically here.2-22 SCTP Parameter Management (1) Parameter description Association ID: it indicates the unique identification of the association in the BTS. Local port ID: it indicates the port number that the BTS uses to establish the SCTP connection with the IBSC. that is. You can just select the actual IP address that the BTS uses to access the IBSC. Figure 4. Local IP address: select the local IP address from the IP address list configured in IP Parameters. This port ID is the SITE_ID used in layer 3. you should set the local site ID in basic property 114 . and is not editable. It is 0 by default. It indicates the IP address that the BTS uses to establish the connection with the IBSC. If the value is null. Radio Mode: select GSM for the GSM network. It is set by the system automatically.2-22 and Figure 4. Its value ranges from 1 to 1536.2-23.

Configuration and Power On Checking parameters of the BTS. 115 .2-23 SCTP Parameters Management (2) Remote port ID: it indicates the SCTP port ID used by the iBSC. Remote IP address: it indicates the IP Abis address (a virtual address) on the IBSC. Figure 4. 7. 6.14600. This port ID can be calculated based on the following algorithm on the IBSC: The value of remote port ID = 0 x 3900 + the CMP module number belongs to the local BTS. the CMP module number is 1. 5. Each CMP has two modules. Currently. The module numbers are 3. The remote port ID is 0 x 3900 + 1 = 0 x 3901 = 14593. one iBSC can support a maximum of three pairs of active/standby CMPs. it is the port ID that is used to establish the SCTP connection between the IBSC and the BTS. corresponding to the corresponding remote port IDs 14595 . Where. 4. the OMP module number is 1. specifically. The IP address configured on the IBSC for the BTS to access must be consistent with the IPAbis virtual address configured by the IBSC. For an office where the OMP and CMP are combined (such as single-frame or dual-frame office). while the RPU module number is 2. and 8.Chapter 4 LMT Installation.

2-24 OMCB Parameters Parameter description Base station inner IP: It is configured by default.2-24. Maximum number of data retransmission: use default value. OMCB parameters This option should be configured for both E1/T1 and FE accesses. Figure 4. 116 . and select Add. instead of the port address of the OMCB access board IPBB. and is not editable. right-click at the blank area on the right. RNC operation and maintenance IP: it indicates the Abis interface virtual address of the IBSC. as shown in Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Number of streams: it is 6 by default. Click Transmission Resource -> IP Bearing Configuration -> OMCB Parameters. The configuration interface of OMCB parameters is displayed. 9. QoS: Select EF Service.

4 Radio Parameters Configuration · Configuration description The following items should be configured in this section: RF unit central frequency GSM sectors GSM carriers GSM RU · Configuration steps: 1. the range is 940 . Click Wireless Resource Managment -> RF Unit Central Frequency Configuration. it can receive signals within the range of the central frequency ± 5 M (it is not guaranteed to receive the out-band signals). when the central frequency is 945 MHz. RF unit central frequency configuration Because the bandwidth of the RRU is limited within 10 M. For example. 4. the range is 25 .2-25. The central frequency configured here is the downlink central frequency. In absolute frequency. The RF unit central frequency configuration interface is displayed.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. 117 . that is.950.75. Configuration and Power On Checking QoS: Select EF Service(0xB8). See Figure 4. Therefore. and select Add.2. right-click at the blank area on the right. note that the frequency of the logical transceiver cannot exceed this range.

87. Radio resource configuration The GSM sectors. Centre Frequency: It indicates the downlink central frequency. Therefore. when the central frequency is 945 MHz. the range is 12 . For example. Radio Mode: Select GSM. and GSM carriers are configured in Wireless Resource Management. 2. the supported frequency range is 937. WCDMA or WCDMA/GSM according to the radio system of the BTS.5 MHz (it is not guaranteed to receive the out-band signals). Because the bandwidth of the current RRU version is limited within 15 MHz.5 MHz. In absolute frequency.5 MHz . GSM RU.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. 118 .952. that is. Father Frequency: Select a proper band from the drop-down box based on the RRU hardware type which can be identified by the delivery nameplate. it can receive signals within the range of the central frequency ± 7.2-25 RF Unit Central Frequency Configuration Parameter description Board Name: It indicates an RRU board. note that the frequency of the logical transceiver cannot exceed this range.

The sector numbers in the following GSM carriers is selected based on these sector numbers. It indicates the number of cells configured under this site. Click Radio Resources -> GSM Sector.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. and select Add. ranging from 1 to 984. The sector numbers configured here are the base of the sector numbers in the GSM carriers. The sector number indicates the logical cell ID. ranging from 1 to 24. as shown in Figure 4. Figure 4. The GSM sector configuration interface is displayed. Configuration and Power On Checking 1) GSM sectors This step is used to configure the logical and physical cells of the site. This parameter is invalid in GSM. right-click at the blank area on the right. (The physical cell ID is not involved 119 . Physical Cell ID: It must be the same as the sector number.2-26 GSM Sector Configuration Parameter description Sector ID: It indicates the number of a sector. The GSM sectors configured here should corresponds to the cell numbers under the BTS in the OMCR.2-26. corresponding to the BSC side.

2-29.2-27 Configured GSM Cells 2) GSM RU The number of carriers configured for the RU is related to the configurations of the GSM sectors and GSM carriers.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual currently. 120 . It reflects the relation between the physical cell number and the sector number. For the configuration interface. GPS Synchronized Frame Header Offset: set it by default if the GPS is not used.2-28 and Figure 4. Figure 4. You can configure this parameter freely). see Figure 4.4-29 shows the configured GSM sectors. Figure 4.

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Sector ID: it indicates the number of a sector configured in Configure GSM Sectors. All configured GSM sectors will be displayed in the drop-down box here. RU Type: select RU60, RU02, or RU02E based on the actual environment. Board Name: It indicates the name of a RF board. It is DTR for RU60. Carrier Number: it is determined based on the RU type and the planning. The RU60 supports a maximum of six carriers, while the RU02 supports a maximum of two carriers. Carrier Power Configuration: It indicates the output power of each carrier. Its value is equal to 60 W/number of carriers. Number of carriers x carrier power ≤ 60 W Static Power Level: the static power of carriers can be divided into 10 levels. This parameter is configured based on the network planning. Receive Passage Attenuation: it uses default value. RF Extended Port: when a cell has multiple RRUs, use the RF extension; when a cell has only one RRU, do not use the RF extension, that is, use the independent operation mode. 3) GSM carriers Click Wireless Resource Management -> GSM Carrier, right-click at the blank area on the right, and select Add. The GSM Carrier dialog box is displayed. Add carriers for the sector according to the number of carriers in the sector configured in the GSM RU.

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Parameter description Sector ID: it indicates the logical sector number that is consistent with the cell ID configured on the iOMCR. It corresponds to the sector number in GSM sector configuration. The logical carriers indicate the logical cells in the sector (or cells in iOMCR). Logical Carrier ID: it indicates the logical carrier number in the selected sector. The number corresponds to the transceiver number configured under the cell of the BTS on the iOMCR. BCCH Carrier Frequency Or Not: do not set this parameter. The system will select a BCCH carrier based on the background OMCR configuration when the site is started. Use IRC Or Not: it indicates that whether to use IRC function. It is not selected by default. Channel Mode: when a logical carrier uses a physical carrier, select Single Channel Mode; when a logical carrier uses multiple physical channels, select Multiple Channel Mode, i.e. OTSR. Dual Channel Mode indicates the
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Sub Frequency: it is not set. this parameter is not required. For the iOMCR. 4. In Single Channel Mode.3-1 shows the software version loading interface. the number of carriers is configured based on the logical carrier. If the connection is established with the iBSC. the number of carrier is 1. It indicates the number of physical carriers that the logical carrier needs the support of. The number of carriers configured in each sector should not be less than that configured in the iOMCR. Carrier Number: this parameter is related to the combined operation mode. user can set the number manually.3 Software Uploading All SDR versions are loaded in specification package from the LMT. you can load the version from the OMCB. therefore. the number of carriers is 2. in Multiple Channel Mode. and GSM carriers are configured in descending way. the number of carriers ranges from 1 to 12. 124 . GSM RU. Father Frequency: it indicates the actual operation band of the carrier. in Dual Channel Mode.  Note The parameter tables of GSM sectors. Figure 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual four-diversity receiving.

there is also an alarm for SNTP 125 . 4. If no SNTP server is configured.3-1 LMT Software Version Management The basic procedure of the version loading is as follows: 1. there is no alarms on the CC board.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. The loaded specification package is in standby status. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4.4 SDR Site Power on and Checking 4.4. Click Load to load the specification package to the foreground. except alarm for electric signal loss alarm on the El/T1 link. Select the specification package to be activated in Version Operation Information. 2. and click Associated Configuration Data. click Specification Package to activate and run the current version. PPP link down alarm. Click Archive to put a specification package into the LMT. Check Specification Package Information to check the version information in the specification package. and SCTP coupling disconnection alarm.1 Power on Checking Criteria On rack 1 of the LMT (BBU). 3. 4. When the data association is configured.

To query the state between the boards (including the RRU) and the master CC link board. the board is connected to the master CC board link. the UBPG board is configured in slot 5. The printed data is October 7. Telnet to the RRU. Then. There is no alarm on the RRU either (The board state indicator is green). the FS board is configured in slot 3.4. Telnet to the CC.2 Site Information Confirmation 1. The SDR power-on inspection is considered passed only when all the conditions above in bold are satisfied. If the State value is 3. IP addresses of these boards are in hex. and the enter the OSS_DbgShowComm command. The following information is displayed (the CC board is configured in slot 1. value = 2 = 0x2 state 0 3 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 IP(hex) c0fe0110 c0fe0210 c0fe0510 ffffffff c0fe0310 ffffffff c8fe0004 ffffffff c8fe0003 ffffffff c8fe0002 ffffffff mac 00:00:00:00:00:00 sndQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 bufQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 udpQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 In the above printed information. 2008 126 . 2. and enter d 0x0e001020. perform the following operation: Telnet to the CC. and then enter ShowBMCVersion. namely the activated SDR version. and three RRU are configured): CC->OSS_DbgShowComm Rudp Link Table(Board is master): Item(subsys module unit sunit) pos work 0(0 1 0 1) L 0 0(0 1 0 1) R 1(3 1 0 1) L 1(3 1 0 1) R 2(1 1 0 1) L 2(1 1 0 1) R 3(17 1 0 1) L 3(17 1 0 1) R 4(16 1 0 1) L 4(16 1 0 1) R 5(15 1 0 1) L 5(15 1 0 1) R GroupTable: 127. Confirm the version of the SDR specification package.255. You do not need to record this. There is no alarm on the FS board and the UBPG board (The board state indicator is green. 4. Record the generation date of the EPLD version of the RRU. the information of the current specification package is displayed. All the boards (including the RRU) are connected to the master CC link.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual time check failure besides these alarms.

...............................* .....* *.....* *........................ and Main IFFPGA Version (DSP) are the required versions (For the versions...............11...............* *..............* *.................. and then enter the svi command..* *............* *DTR_a01. and FPGA......* *......* *..(.3 4:18: 1 Slave CPU Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 0 Cpu Type = 37 Compressed Size = 950694 Original Size = 3908697 Soft Type = 208 Version Number = 8..............Chapter 4 LMT Installation... You need to record this.070e Create Time = 2008-11.......... Configuration and Power On Checking or later...* *. Main FPGA Version (FPGA)......... DSP. The Main CPU Version (CPU).* *.....100b Create Time = 2008-12.1.....* *.... see the red label).............. Confirm the versions of the CPU.* *.... You do not need recording this.7 9: 9:23 Main FPGA Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 1 Cpu Type = 0 127 * ......* *... Telnet to the RRU........ DTR->svi Main CPU Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 0 Cpu Type = 37 Compressed Size = 988583 Original Size = 4042901 Soft Type = 208 Version Number = 4. DTR->d 0x0e001020 0e001020: 2008 1213 1428 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001030: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001040: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001050: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001060: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001070: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001080: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001090: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e0010a0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e0010b0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e0010c0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e0010d0: 4454 525f 6130 3100 3100 0000 0000 0000 0e0010e0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e0010f0: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001100: d000 000b 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0e001110: 0100 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 value = 21 = 0x15 3.......00....* *.* *..

and put the lost calibration file to the RRU manually.3 4:18: 9 Slave IFFPGA Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 8 Cpu Type = 0 Compressed Size = 87228 Original Size = 87228 Soft Type = 524496 Version Number = 4.00.00. 3.4.100b Create Time = 2008-12. If the optical modules are normal and the RRU is powered on.100b Create Time = 2008-12.3 Common Problems and Handling 1. confirm whether the optical modules on the FS board and at the RRU side are faulty or the RRU is powered on. 2. If there is a Calibration File Loss alarm on the RRU. If there is an Optical Port Signal Loss alarm on the FS board.3 4:18:13 Slave FPGA Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 1 Cpu Type = 0 Compressed Size = 922995 Original Size = 1193707 Soft Type = 65744 Version Number = 8. obtain it from the normal RRU.100a Create Time = 2008-10-31 15: 3:18 value = 20 = 0x14 4.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Compressed Size = 2671144 Original Size = 2671144 Soft Type = 65744 Version Number = 4.3 9:35:24 Main IFFPGA Version: Header Version = 0x1010101 Versin Type = 8 Cpu Type = 0 Compressed Size = 81374 Original Size = 81374 Soft Type = 524496 Version Number = 4. 128 . then the problem is the fiber. Ftp to the RRU. If there is an Optical Port Frame Loss alarm on the RRU.11. change the optical module at the RRU side to make an attempt.030a Create Time = 2008-11. If the file does not exist.00.

129 .5. delete cur. and FPGA versions of the RRU manually: enter the root directory. and replace the cur.33.4 Site Quick Setting Methods When a site is configured.33 and query the current operation of the RRU by running the hr command.swv under the rru\fpga directory. 4. it is likely that the RRU is not powered on if the fiber and optical module are in good condition. If manually putting the three versions in the RRU is unsuccessfully.swv.swv under the rru directory.1. 1. thus achieving fast configuration of the BTS data. Connect the RMB board converting from the serial port to the network interface to the ALM interface of the RRU. export its configuration data. The export and import methods of the configuration data are described in 4. enter the bin command. Configuration and Power On Checking 4. and put the three versions manually again. the cur.33. Site number of the BTS. import the data into another site with the same or similar configuration.swv under the rru\dsp. The following only describes the data to be modified after import. Modify the site number. When there are application monitoring alarm and board communication link disconnection alarm on the RRU. and then modify a few data.4. or perform the following operations to put the DSP. and the cur. and then telnet to 199.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. CPU.

First delete the existing SCTP parameters and then add new SCTP parameters. Adjust the structure as needed.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual Figure 4. 3. SCTP parameters. PPP parameters. Adjust the parameters according to actual requirement. Figure 4.4-1 Data to Be Modified After Configuration Data Imported – Site Number 2. Topology structure. 130 .4-2 Data to Be Modified After Import of Configuration Data – BTS IP Address 4.

according to the planning.4-3 Alarm Information Query 5.Chapter 4 LMT Installation. 131 . Adjust paramters. Configuration and Power On Checking Figure 4. such as RF Central Frequency. GSM Sector. GSM RU. and GSM Carrier.

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Then. send it to the BS in the foreground through entire table synchronization or increment synchronization. To make the data take effect. right-click the site node to start the BTS Data Configuration Wizard (SDR).2 System Data Synchronization If the created SDR site is already configured by the LMT and the network transmission is normal.  Note The BS will be restarted in the entire table synchronization.1. and then click Next. 1.1 System Data Transmission and Synchronization 5. the green icon in front of the BS management NE will be switched to connection status.1. a link will be established automatically between the foreground and the background. the Parallelly Online Upload Data Result interface appears. the configuration data is saved on the OMC-B background server. and select entire table synchronization or increment synchronization to send the configuration data. At this time. Right-click the popup shortcut menu in the management NE. If the link between OMCB and BTS is normal. Select to use foreground data for configuration. Click OK. 2. User can check Switch to Master in the interface to make the configuration exported from the LMT servers as the active configuration.1 System Software Transmission When the configuration is complete. The LMT configuration is transconfigured. The configuration is exported.5 Commissioning and Testing 5. In the parallel data upload tab displayed. or transconfigure the data configured in the foreground to the background. 133 . 5. you can configure the data through the OMCB and synchronize the data with the foreground. select the NE to be transconfigured. On the site.

6. b. 6.3. (2) A answers successfully.1 Test Preparations 1. 2. 5. A ftp server is prepared for access and runs normally. and two SIM cards which can be used in the local network. The calling uses the first party release mode (at the handover side). Obtain the frequency planning table for all cells of the BS. Repeat above calling steps. Use A to lock other frequencies of the cell. 5. Select a cell to be tested. and receives the prompt tone (ring back tone). and receives the prompt tone (ring back tone). B hooks on normally.2 Circuit Service Testing 5. 134 . 3. Repeat above calling steps. and frequency of the BS are confirmed consistent with the planning data and the background data. a. (1) A calls B. 5. (1) B calls A. (3) B hooks on normally. Repeat steps 1 – 5 to test other cells of the SDR BS until all cells of the SDR BS are tested. 2. Prepare two cellular phones ( A and B) and related fittings.3 Test Procedure 1. 3. (3) A hooks on normally.2. a. CI. The LAC.3 Packet Service Testing 5. The voice is good.2. Use A to lock the BCCH frequency of the cell. 5. (2) B answers successfully. 4. The iBSC equipment is subscribed and normal. The voice is good. 5. A hooks on normally.1 Test Preparations 1.ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 5.2 Test Purpose It is to confirm that the CS domain service is normal. 4. The core network equipment is subscribed and normal. b.2.

3 Test Procedure 1. The file must be download successfully and the downloaded file can be used. download period and download speed of the file. upload period and upload speed of the file. 5. In the FTP tool software. The size of the file must be greater than 500 K.3. is installed on the PC. 3.Chapter 5 Commissioning and Testing 2. The size of the file must be greater than 500 K. Install the driver of the cellular phone Modem on the PC to ensure that the Modem runs normally. 10. 8. Connect the cellular phone to the PC through a data line. 7. Establish a new dial-up connection on the PC: write down the phone number. The PC and the cellular phone meet the connection conditions. When the dial-up connection is successful. Prepare a cellular phone to test GPRS/EDGE service and a SIM card that have subscribed the PS service function. Record the size. 3. username and password in the dial-up connecting setting. enter the IP. and infrared transmission. username. 4. 5. Bluetooth. The file must be uploaded successfully and the uploaded file can be used. FTP tool software. 2. open the FTP tool software on the PC. such as CuteFTP and LeapFTP. Account information is already set in the cellular phone. or infrared transmission.2 Test Purpose It is to confirm that the GPRS/EGDE data service of the BTS is normal through FTP. including APN. and IP address. 5. 135 . Click to create a new dial-up connection to perform dial-up connection. 6. password. Download a file from the FTP server to the PC. including the data line. 9. username.3. Record the size. 5. Upload a file from the PC to the FTP server. ISP. and password of the FTP server to log into the FTP server. 4. Bluetooth.

ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual 5. password. 136 . · In the FTP test of GPRS test. APN. the SGSN organizes the complete APN using the network ID and operator ID. and then obtains the IP address of the GGSN corresponding to the APN through DNS resolution. The network ID defines the external network of the GGSN connection. · When the MS originates PDP context activation. The Operator ID defines the PLMN GPRS network that contains the GGSN. username.4 Test Description · APN: Access Port Name. and IP address are provided by the network operator.3. APN consists of two parts: network ID and operator ID.

Appendix A Abbreviation Table Abbreviation A AFS AGND AHS ANT B BBU BCCH BNC BSC BSS BTS C CIB CM CPRI CS CTU D DCHP DCMM DDT DFCA DGND DPCT DTX E EDGE EFS EGSM900 F FAQ FCLK FPGA Frequently Asked Questions Frame Clock Field Programmable Gate Array 137 Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution Enhanced Full Rate Speech Enhanced Global System for Mobile Communications Dual -carrier Channel Processor Dual -carrier Controller & Maintenance Module Delay Diversity Transmission Dynamic Frequency and Channel Allocation Digital Ground Dual Power Combining Transmission Discontinuous Transmission CTU Interface Board Configuration Management Common Public Radio Interface Control & Switch Board Control Translation Unit Base Band Unit Broadcast Control Channel Bayonet Nut Connector Base Station Controller Base Station Subsystem Base Transceiver Station Adaptive Full-Rate Speech Analog Ground Adaptive Half-Rate Speech Antenna Full Name .

ZXSDR Series Base Station Commissioning Manual FS G GERAN GMSK GND GPRS GSM H HDLC HEATER HSDPA HSUPA HW I IP IRC L LAPD LAPDm LAU LMT LNA LTE LVDS M MAC MM MMI MS MTBF MTTR O OAM P PA PBCCH PC PCM PDH PDM Fiber Switch Board GSM/EDGE Radio Access Network Gaussian Filtered Minimum Shifting Keying Ground General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile Communications High Level Data Link Controller Heater High Speed Downlink Packet Access High Speed Uplink Packet Access High Way Line Internet Protocol Interference Rejection Combining Link Access Procedure on the D-channel Link Access Procedure “Dm” (mobile “D”) Channel Low noise Amplifier Unit Local Maintenance Terminal Low Noise Amplifier Long Term Evolution Low Voltage Differential Signal Media Access Control Mobility Management Man-Machine Interface Mobile Station Mean Time Between Failures Mean Time To Repair Operation/Administration & Maintenance Power Amplifier Packet Broadcast Control Channel Personal Computer Pulse Code Modulation Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy Power Distribution Module 138 .

Appendix A Abbreviation Table PE PGND PLMN PRACH PS PTCCH PWR R RLC RR RRU RST RX RXD S SDCCH SDH SDR SWR SYNC T TA TCH TDM TDMA TRAU TRX TS TX V VSWR Protective Earth Protective Ground Public Land Mobile Network Packet Random Access Channel Packet Switch Packet Timing advance Control Channel Power Radio Link Control Radio Resource management Remote Radio Unit Reset Receiver Receiver for diversity Separate Dedicated Control Channel Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Software Defined Radio Standing Wave Ratio Synchronous Communication Tower Amplifier Traffic Channel Time Division Multiplexing Time Division Multiple Access Transcoding and Rate Adaptation Unit Transceiver Board Time Slot Transmitter Voltage Standing Wave Ratio 139 .