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Purpose
This document provides reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900A GSM. It describes the configurations, functions, and specifications of the components in the BTS3900A GSM cabinet. This document also describes the classification of cables, specifications of connectors, and installation positions of cables.

Product Version
The following table lists the product version related to this document. Product Name BTS3900A GSM (hereinafter referred to as BTS3900A) Product Version V300R008 V300R009 V300R012

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System engineers Base station installation engineers Site maintenance engineers

Organization
1 Changes in the BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description (II) This chapter describes the changes in the BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description (II). 2 Appearance of the BTS3900A Cabinet
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The BTS3900A cabinets are designed in compliance with the IEC297 standard. They are greyish white vertical cabinets. 3 BTS3900A Hardware Configuration This section describes the cabinet, power system, transmission system, CPRI port, and monitoring system configurations of the BTS3900A, and provides reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900A. 4 BTS3900A Components The BTS3900A components consist of the BBU3900, RFUs, and modules such as the power equipment and fan box in the RFC and APM30H. In addition, you can optionally configure modules such as the EMUA and cabinets such as the TMC11H and IBBS200D or IBBS200T. 5 BTS3900A Cables The BTS3900A cables are the PGND cable, equipotential cable, power cable, transmission cable, CPRI cable, signal cable, and RF cable.

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Description Book titles are in italics. Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New.

Command Conventions The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Convention Boldface Italic [] { x | y | ... } [ x | y | ... ] { x | y | ... }* Description The keywords of a command line are in boldface. Command arguments are in italics. Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected. Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. One item is selected or no item is selected. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected. Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. Several items or no item can be selected.

[ x | y | ... ]*

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Keyboard Operations The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

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Format Key Key 1+Key 2 Key 1, Key 2

Description Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab. Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently. Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operations The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Action Click Double-click Drag Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer. Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position.

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About This Document...................................................................................................................iii 1 Changes in the BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description (II).............................................1-1 2 Appearance of the BTS3900A Cabinet...................................................................................2-1 3 BTS3900A Hardware Configuration.......................................................................................3-1
3.1 Board or module Configurations.....................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet...................................................................................................3-2 3.1.2 Board Configuration of the BBU3900...................................................................................................3-9 3.1.3 Configuration of the SLPU..................................................................................................................3-10 3.2 BTS3900A Cabinet Configurations..............................................................................................................3-12 3.3 BTS3900A Power System.............................................................................................................................3-15 3.3.1 Configuration of Circuit Breakers and Connections of Power Cables for the BTS3900A..................3-16 3.3.2 BTS3900A Power Distribution............................................................................................................3-17 3.4 Configurations of the Monitoring System.....................................................................................................3-21 3.4.1 External Monitoring Port.....................................................................................................................3-22 3.4.2 Monitoring Board Configurations........................................................................................................3-24 3.4.3 Monitoring Principles...........................................................................................................................3-24 3.5 Cable Holes of the BTS3900A Cabinet........................................................................................................3-26

4 BTS3900A Components.............................................................................................................4-1
4.1 BBU3900 Equipment......................................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.1 Exterior of the BBU3900.......................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900.....................................................................................................4-4 4.2 SLPU.............................................................................................................................................................4-20 4.2.1 Exterior of SLPU..................................................................................................................................4-20 4.2.2 UELP....................................................................................................................................................4-20 4.2.3 UFLP....................................................................................................................................................4-22 4.2.4 USLP2..................................................................................................................................................4-23 4.3 RFC...............................................................................................................................................................4-24 4.3.1 DCDU-01.............................................................................................................................................4-25 4.3.2 Fan Box................................................................................................................................................4-26 4.3.3 DRFU...................................................................................................................................................4-31 4.3.4 GRFU...................................................................................................................................................4-37 4.3.5 ELU......................................................................................................................................................4-41 Issue 07 (2010-07-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. vii

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BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description(II) 4.3.6 Door Status Sensor...............................................................................................................................4-41

4.4 APM30H Components..................................................................................................................................4-43 4.4.1 Fan Box................................................................................................................................................4-43 4.4.2 Power Equipment (AC/DC).................................................................................................................4-50 4.4.3 GATM..................................................................................................................................................4-59 4.4.4 Core of the Heat Exchanger.................................................................................................................4-60 4.4.5 Junction Box.........................................................................................................................................4-61 4.4.6 ELU......................................................................................................................................................4-63 4.4.7 Door Status Sensor...............................................................................................................................4-63 4.4.8 Heater...................................................................................................................................................4-64 4.4.9 SOU......................................................................................................................................................4-65 4.5 IBBS200T Components................................................................................................................................4-66 4.5.1 TEC Cooler..........................................................................................................................................4-67 4.5.2 Power Distribution Box........................................................................................................................4-68 4.5.3 CMUA..................................................................................................................................................4-69 4.5.4 Battery..................................................................................................................................................4-73 4.6 IBBS200D Components................................................................................................................................4-74 4.6.1 Fan Box................................................................................................................................................4-74 4.6.2 Power Distribution Box........................................................................................................................4-75 4.6.3 CMUA..................................................................................................................................................4-77 4.6.4 Battery..................................................................................................................................................4-81 4.6.5 Heating Film.........................................................................................................................................4-82 4.7 TMC11H Components..................................................................................................................................4-83 4.7.1 Fan Box................................................................................................................................................4-83 4.7.2 DCDU-03.............................................................................................................................................4-90 4.7.3 Heater...................................................................................................................................................4-93 4.8 Overview of the DDF....................................................................................................................................4-93 4.9 EMUA...........................................................................................................................................................4-95

5 BTS3900A Cables.......................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 List of BTS3900A Cables...............................................................................................................................5-3 5.2 BTS3900A PGND Cable................................................................................................................................5-9 5.3 BTS3900A Equipotential Cable....................................................................................................................5-10 5.4 BTS3900A Power Cables..............................................................................................................................5-10 5.4.1 Power Cable Connections of the BTS3900A.......................................................................................5-11 5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H..................................................................................................5-16 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC..........................................................................................................5-17 5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries.............................................................................................................5-18 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H....................................................................................................5-19 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable................................................................................................................................5-20 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU.....................................................................................................................5-21 5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H.....................................................................................5-22 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC.............................................................................................5-23 viii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Issue 07 (2010-07-30)

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5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D.....................................................................................5-23 5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H...................................................................................5-24 5.4.12 Power Cables for the TEC Cooler......................................................................................................5-25 5.4.13 Power Cable for the Heater................................................................................................................5-26 5.4.14 Power Cable for the Heating Film......................................................................................................5-27 5.4.15 Power Cable for the SOU...................................................................................................................5-27 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA...............................................................................................................5-28 5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM...............................................................................................................5-29 5.5 BTS3900A Transmission Cables..................................................................................................................5-30 5.5.1 Transmission Cable Connections of the BTS3900A............................................................................5-30 5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable..........................................................................................................................................5-32 5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable...............................................................................................5-34 5.5.4 FE/GE Cable........................................................................................................................................5-36 5.5.5 FE/GE Surge Protection Transfer Cable..............................................................................................5-37 5.6 BTS3900A CPRI Cables...............................................................................................................................5-37 5.6.1 CPRI Cable Connections......................................................................................................................5-38 5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable..........................................................................................................................5-40 5.7 BTS3900A Signal Cables..............................................................................................................................5-40 5.7.1 Signal Cable Connections of the BTS3900A.......................................................................................5-41 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs........................................................................5-46 5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC.............................................................................5-46 5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable.............................................................................................................5-47 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU..............................................................5-48 5.7.6 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable................................................................................................5-48 5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable........................................................................................................5-50 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable.................................................................................................................................5-51 5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable.............................................................................................5-52 5.7.10 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Fan on the Front Door....................................................................5-53 5.7.11 Temperature Sensor Cable for the Batteries.......................................................................................5-54 5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet..............................................................................5-55 5.7.13 BBU Alarm Cable..............................................................................................................................5-56 5.7.14 GPS Clock Signal Cable....................................................................................................................5-58 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable.......................................................................................................5-58 5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM............................................................................................5-59 5.8 BTS3900A RF Cables...................................................................................................................................5-60 5.8.1 RF Cable Connections of the BTS3900A............................................................................................5-61 5.8.2 RF Jumper............................................................................................................................................5-66 5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable..................................................................................................................5-67 5.8.4 QMA 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Figure 2-1 BTS3900A cabinets............................................................................................................................2-1 Figure 3-1 Exterior and configurations of the APM30H..................................................................................... 3-2 Figure 3-2 Exterior and configurations of the RFC............................................................................................. 3-5 Figure 3-3 Exterior and configurations of the TMC11H......................................................................................3-6 Figure 3-4 Exterior and configurations of the IBBS200D...................................................................................3-7 Figure 3-5 Exterior and configurations of the IBBS200T....................................................................................3-8 Figure 3-6 Slots of the BBU3900 ........................................................................................................................3-9 Figure 3-7 Typical configuration of the BBU3900............................................................................................3-10 Figure 3-8 Slots of the SLPU.............................................................................................................................3-11 Figure 3-9 Configurations of the cabinets without backup power.....................................................................3-13 Figure 3-10 Configurations of the cabinets with 0.5 h/2 h backup power.........................................................3-13 Figure 3-11 Configurations of the cabinets with 4 h/6 h/8 h backup power......................................................3-14 Figure 3-12 Configurations of cabinets with the IBBS2.1/IBBS2.2..................................................................3-14 Figure 3-13 Configurations of cabinets with -48 V DC power supply..............................................................3-15 Figure 3-14 Power distribution scheme for the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the 220 V AC single-phase power supply.......................................................................................................................................................3-18 Figure 3-15 Power distribution scheme for the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the 110 V AC dual-live-wire power supply.......................................................................................................................................................3-18 Figure 3-16 Power distribution scheme for the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply .............................................................................................................................................................................3-20 Figure 3-17 Power distribution scheme for the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the -48 V DC power supply..................................................................................................................................................................3-21 Figure 3-18 Slot assignment for the UPEU and UEIU......................................................................................3-22 Figure 3-19 Monitoring principles in the 110 V/220 V AC power supply scenario..........................................3-25 Figure 3-20 Monitoring principles in the -48 V DC power supply scenario......................................................3-25 Figure 3-21 Plan view of the cable holes of the APM30H cabinet....................................................................3-26 Figure 3-22 Plan view of the cable holes at the bottom of the RFC..................................................................3-27 Figure 3-23 Exterior of the cable outlet modules of the RFC............................................................................3-28 Figure 4-1 BBU3900............................................................................................................................................4-3 Figure 4-2 The position of the ESN..................................................................................................................... 4-4 Figure 4-3 GTMU panel.......................................................................................................................................4-4 Figure 4-4 GTMUb panel.....................................................................................................................................4-5 Figure 4-5 Panel of the FAN..............................................................................................................................4-10 Figure 4-6 Panel of the UPEUA.........................................................................................................................4-11 Issue 07 (2010-07-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. xi

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BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description(II) Figure 4-7 Panel of the UPEUB.........................................................................................................................4-12 Figure 4-8 Slots in the BBU...............................................................................................................................4-12

Figure 4-9 Panel of the UEIU.............................................................................................................................4-13 Figure 4-10 Panel of the UTRP..........................................................................................................................4-14 Figure 4-11 DIP switches on the UTRP.............................................................................................................4-16 Figure 4-12 Panel of the USCUb1 (0.5 U).........................................................................................................4-17 Figure 4-13 Panel of the USCUb2 (1 U)............................................................................................................4-18 Figure 4-14 SLPU..............................................................................................................................................4-20 Figure 4-15 UELP panel.....................................................................................................................................4-21 Figure 4-16 DIP switch on the UELP................................................................................................................4-21 Figure 4-17 Panel of the UFLP..........................................................................................................................4-22 Figure 4-18 Panel of the USLP2........................................................................................................................4-23 Figure 4-19 Mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2....................4-23 Figure 4-20 Panel of the DCDU-01...................................................................................................................4-25 Figure 4-21 Fan box...........................................................................................................................................4-26 Figure 4-22 Fan..................................................................................................................................................4-26 Figure 4-23 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA.......................................................................................................4-28 Figure 4-24 DIP switches on the CMUA...........................................................................................................4-30 Figure 4-25 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets.................................................................4-31 Figure 4-26 Panel of the DRFU of 900 MHz.....................................................................................................4-32 Figure 4-27 Panel of the DRFU of 1800 MHz...................................................................................................4-33 Figure 4-28 Logical structure of the DRFU.......................................................................................................4-34 Figure 4-29 GRFU panel....................................................................................................................................4-37 Figure 4-30 Logical structure of the GRFU.......................................................................................................4-38 Figure 4-31 ELU................................................................................................................................................4-41 Figure 4-32 Magnet part of the door status sensor.............................................................................................4-42 Figure 4-33 Switch part of the door status sensor..............................................................................................4-42 Figure 4-34 Fan Box...........................................................................................................................................4-44 Figure 4-35 Fan..................................................................................................................................................4-44 Figure 4-36 HPMI..............................................................................................................................................4-45 Figure 4-37 Ports on the panel of the HPMI......................................................................................................4-46 Figure 4-38 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA.......................................................................................................4-47 Figure 4-39 DIP switches on the CMUA...........................................................................................................4-49 Figure 4-40 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets.................................................................4-50 Figure 4-41 Power equipment (AC/DC)............................................................................................................4-51 Figure 4-42 EPS subrack....................................................................................................................................4-52 Figure 4-43 PMU................................................................................................................................................4-54 Figure 4-44 Ports on the front panel of the PMU...............................................................................................4-54 Figure 4-45 Rear panel of the PMU...................................................................................................................4-55 Figure 4-46 DIP switch on the right of the PMU...............................................................................................4-57 Figure 4-47 Panel of the PSU (AC/DC).............................................................................................................4-58 Figure 4-48 GATM panel...................................................................................................................................4-59 xii Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 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Figure 4-49 Core of the heat exchanger.............................................................................................................4-61 Figure 4-50 Junction box....................................................................................................................................4-62 Figure 4-51 Structure of the junction box..........................................................................................................4-62 Figure 4-52 ELU................................................................................................................................................4-63 Figure 4-53 Magnet part of the door status sensor.............................................................................................4-64 Figure 4-54 Switch part of the door status sensor..............................................................................................4-64 Figure 4-55 Heater..............................................................................................................................................4-65 Figure 4-56 SOU................................................................................................................................................4-66 Figure 4-57 Different types of sockets...............................................................................................................4-66 Figure 4-58 TEC cooler......................................................................................................................................4-67 Figure 4-59 PDB................................................................................................................................................4-68 Figure 4-60 External structure of the PDB.........................................................................................................4-69 Figure 4-61 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA.......................................................................................................4-70 Figure 4-62 DIP switches on the CMUA...........................................................................................................4-72 Figure 4-63 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets.................................................................4-73 Figure 4-64 Battery............................................................................................................................................4-73 Figure 4-65 Fan box...........................................................................................................................................4-75 Figure 4-66 PDB................................................................................................................................................4-76 Figure 4-67 External structure of the PDB.........................................................................................................4-77 Figure 4-68 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA.......................................................................................................4-78 Figure 4-69 DIP switches on the CMUA...........................................................................................................4-80 Figure 4-70 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets.................................................................4-81 Figure 4-71 Battery............................................................................................................................................4-81 Figure 4-72 Heating film....................................................................................................................................4-82 Figure 4-73 Fan Box...........................................................................................................................................4-84 Figure 4-74 Fan..................................................................................................................................................4-84 Figure 4-75 HPMI..............................................................................................................................................4-85 Figure 4-76 Ports on the panel of the HPMI......................................................................................................4-86 Figure 4-77 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA.......................................................................................................4-87 Figure 4-78 DIP switches on the CMUA...........................................................................................................4-89 Figure 4-79 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets.................................................................4-90 Figure 4-80 DCDU-03........................................................................................................................................4-90 Figure 4-81 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03................................................................................................4-92 Figure 4-82 Heater..............................................................................................................................................4-93 Figure 4-83 Structure of the DDF......................................................................................................................4-94 Figure 5-1 PGND cable for the cabinet................................................................................................................5-9 Figure 5-2 PGND cable for the internal modules.................................................................................................5-9 Figure 5-3 Equipotential cables of the BTS3900A............................................................................................5-10 Figure 5-4 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)......................................................................5-12 Figure 5-5 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC)-2.........................................................................5-13 Figure 5-6 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)..................................................................5-15 Figure 5-7 220 V AC single-phase input power cable.......................................................................................5-16 Issue 07 (2010-07-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. xiii

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BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description(II) Figure 5-8 Input power cable type I of the RFC................................................................................................5-17

Figure 5-9 Input power cable type II of the RFC...............................................................................................5-18 Figure 5-10 Input power cables for the batteries................................................................................................5-18 Figure 5-11 Power cable between the batteries and the copper bar in the junction box....................................5-19 Figure 5-12 Inter-battery connection copper bar................................................................................................5-19 Figure 5-13 Input power cable for the TMC11H (1)..........................................................................................5-19 Figure 5-14 Input power cable for the TMC11H (2)..........................................................................................5-20 Figure 5-15 BBU power cable (1)......................................................................................................................5-20 Figure 5-16 BBU power cable (2)......................................................................................................................5-21 Figure 5-17 Power cable for the RFU................................................................................................................5-22 Figure 5-18 Power cable for the fan box in the APM30H................................................................................. 5-22 Figure 5-19 Power cable for the fan box in the RFC......................................................................................... 5-23 Figure 5-20 Input power cable for the fans in the IBBS200D........................................................................... 5-24 Figure 5-21 Power transfer cable for the fans in the IBBS200D....................................................................... 5-24 Figure 5-22 Power cable for the fan box in the TMC11H................................................................................. 5-25 Figure 5-23 Input power cable for the TEC cooler............................................................................................ 5-25 Figure 5-24 Power transfer cable for the TEC cooler........................................................................................ 5-26 Figure 5-25 Power cable for the heater.............................................................................................................. 5-26 Figure 5-26 Power cable for the heating film.....................................................................................................5-27 Figure 5-27 Power cable for the SOU................................................................................................................5-28 Figure 5-28 Power cables for the EMUA (1).....................................................................................................5-29 Figure 5-29 Power cables for the EMUA (2).....................................................................................................5-29 Figure 5-30 Power cable for the GATM............................................................................................................5-29 Figure 5-31 E1/T1 signal cable connections (1).................................................................................................5-30 Figure 5-32 E1/T1 signal cable connections (2).................................................................................................5-31 Figure 5-33 FE/GE cable connections................................................................................................................5-31 Figure 5-34 E1/T1 cable.....................................................................................................................................5-32 Figure 5-35 E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable.............................................................................................5-35 Figure 5-36 FE/GE cable....................................................................................................................................5-36 Figure 5-37 FE/GE surge protection transfer cable............................................................................................5-37 Figure 5-38 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC...........................................5-38 Figure 5-39 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs.........................................5-39 Figure 5-40 CPRI electrical cable......................................................................................................................5-40 Figure 5-41 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)....................................................................5-42 Figure 5-42 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2)....................................................................5-43 Figure 5-43 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)................................................................5-45 Figure 5-44 Monitoring signal cable between cascaded CMUAs......................................................................5-46 Figure 5-45 Temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC.........................................................................5-47 Figure 5-46 Door status monitoring cable..........................................................................................................5-47 Figure 5-47 Monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU...........................................................5-48 Figure 5-48 Environment monitoring signal 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Figure 5-50 ELU signal cable............................................................................................................................ 5-52 Figure 5-51 APM30H door status monitoring cable..........................................................................................5-53 Figure 5-52 Monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door....................................................................5-54 Figure 5-53 Installation position of the temperature sensor cable for the batteries in the IBBS200D...............5-55 Figure 5-54 Installation position of the temperature sensor cable for the batteries in the IBBS200T...............5-55 Figure 5-55 Monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet..............................................................................5-56 Figure 5-56 BBU alarm cable............................................................................................................................5-57 Figure 5-57 GPS clock signal cable...................................................................................................................5-58 Figure 5-58 EMUA monitoring signal cable......................................................................................................5-59 Figure 5-59 Monitoring signal cable for the GATM..........................................................................................5-60 Figure 5-60 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (1)...................................................................................5-61 Figure 5-61 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (2)...................................................................................5-62 Figure 5-62 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (3)...................................................................................5-63 Figure 5-63 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (4)...................................................................................5-64 Figure 5-64 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (5)...................................................................................5-65 Figure 5-65 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (6)...................................................................................5-66 Figure 5-66 RF jumper.......................................................................................................................................5-67 Figure 5-67 Inter-RFU RF signal cable..............................................................................................................5-67 Figure 5-68 Structure of the QMA cable............................................................................................................5-68

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Table 3-1 Configurations of the APM30H...........................................................................................................3-3 Table 3-2 Configurations of the RFC...................................................................................................................3-5 Table 3-3 Configurations of the TMC11H...........................................................................................................3-6 Table 3-4 Configurations of the IBBS200D.........................................................................................................3-8 Table 3-5 Configurations of the IBBS200T.........................................................................................................3-9 Table 3-6 Board configuration principles of the BBU3900...............................................................................3-10 Table 3-7 Configuration principles of the SLPU (1)..........................................................................................3-11 Table 3-8 Configuration principles of the SLPU (2)..........................................................................................3-12 Table 3-9 Applicable AC input voltage ranges..................................................................................................3-15 Table 3-10 Applicable DC input voltage ranges................................................................................................3-16 Table 3-11 Recommended configuration of circuit breakers and connections of power cables........................3-16 Table 3-12 Recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breaker and power cables for the heater .............................................................................................................................................................................3-17 Table 3-13 Specifications for the circuit breakers and fuses in the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply.......................................................................................................................................................3-18 Table 3-14 Specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply.......................................................................................................................................................3-20 Table 3-15 Specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the -48 V DC power supply.................................................................................................................................................3-21 Table 3-16 Ports on the UPEU and UEIU..........................................................................................................3-22 Table 3-17 Pin assignments for the wires connected to the ports for Boolean inputs on the BBU....................3-23 Table 3-18 Monitoring board configurations of the BTS3900A........................................................................3-24 Table 3-19 Cable routing at the cable holes.......................................................................................................3-26 Table 3-20 Cable routing at the cable holes.......................................................................................................3-27 Table 4-1 LEDs on the GTMU.............................................................................................................................4-5 Table 4-2 LEDs and their status...........................................................................................................................4-6 Table 4-3 Ports on the GTMU..............................................................................................................................4-7 Table 4-4 Details of the DIP Switch 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BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description(II) Table 4-11 Ports on the panel of the UEIU........................................................................................................4-14 Table 4-12 LEDs on the panel of the UTRP......................................................................................................4-15 Table 4-13 Ports on the panel of the UTRP........................................................................................................4-16 Table 4-14 Settings of SW1 on the UTRP.........................................................................................................4-16 Table 4-15 Settings of SW2 on the UTRP.........................................................................................................4-16 Table 4-16 Settings of SW3 on the UTRP.........................................................................................................4-17 Table 4-17 LEDs on the USCU..........................................................................................................................4-18 Table 4-18 LEDs on the TOD port.....................................................................................................................4-19 Table 4-19 Ports on the USCU...........................................................................................................................4-19 Table 4-20 Ports of the UELP............................................................................................................................4-21 Table 4-21 DIP switch on the UELP..................................................................................................................4-22 Table 4-22 Ports on the panel of the UFLP........................................................................................................4-22 Table 4-23 Ports on the panel of the USLP2......................................................................................................4-23 Table 4-24 Mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2......................4-24 Table 4-25 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-01.................................................................................................4-25 Table 4-26 Technical specifications of the fan...................................................................................................4-27 Table 4-27 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA.....................................................................................4-28 Table 4-28 LEDs................................................................................................................................................4-30 Table 4-29 Status of the LEDs on the DRFU.....................................................................................................4-35 Table 4-30 Ports and sockets on the DRFU.......................................................................................................4-36 Table 4-31 LEDs on the GRFU panel................................................................................................................4-39 Table 4-32 Ports on the GRFU panel.................................................................................................................4-40 Table 4-33 Technical specifications of the fan...................................................................................................4-44 Table 4-34 Specifications of the ports on the panel of the HPMI......................................................................4-46 Table 4-35 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA.....................................................................................4-47 Table 4-36 LEDs................................................................................................................................................4-49 Table 4-37 Components of the power equipment (AC/DC)...............................................................................4-51 Table 4-38 DC power distribution functions of the EPS of the APM30H used for a separated macro base station .............................................................................................................................................................................4-53 Table 4-39 Ports of the PMU..............................................................................................................................4-55 Table 4-40 LEDs on the panel of the PMU........................................................................................................4-56 Table 4-41 LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC).........................................................................................4-58 Table 4-42 LEDs on the GATM.........................................................................................................................4-60 Table 4-43 Ports and socket on the GATM........................................................................................................4-60 Table 4-44 Technical specifications of the SOU................................................................................................4-65 Table 4-45 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA.....................................................................................4-70 Table 4-46 LEDs................................................................................................................................................4-72 Table 4-47 Technical specifications of the battery.............................................................................................4-74 Table 4-48 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA.....................................................................................4-78 Table 4-49 LEDs................................................................................................................................................4-80 Table 4-50 Technical specifications of the battery.............................................................................................4-82 Table 4-51 Technical specifications of the fan...................................................................................................4-84 Table 4-52 Specifications of the ports on the panel of the HPMI......................................................................4-86

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Table 4-53 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA.....................................................................................4-87 Table 4-54 LEDs................................................................................................................................................ 4-89 Table 4-55 DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03..........................................................................4-91 Table 4-56 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03.................................................................................................4-92 Table 4-57 Technical specifications of the DDF................................................................................................4-94 Table 5-1 Power cables, PGND cables, and equipotential cable..........................................................................5-3 Table 5-2 Transmission cables and CPRI cables..................................................................................................5-6 Table 5-3 Signal cables.........................................................................................................................................5-6 Table 5-4 RF cables..............................................................................................................................................5-8 Table 5-5 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)........................................................................5-12 Table 5-6 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2)........................................................................5-14 Table 5-7 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)...................................................................5-15 Table 5-8 Specifications of different types of AC input power cables...............................................................5-16 Table 5-9 Pin assignment for the wires of the -48 V power cable..................................................................... 5-21 Table 5-10 Pin assignment for the wires of the +24 V power cable.................................................................. 5-21 Table 5-11 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the RFU......................................................... 5-22 Table 5-12 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the fan box in the RFC.................................. 5-23 Table 5-13 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the heater....................................................... 5-26 Table 5-14 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the SOU.........................................................5-28 Table 5-15 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the GATM..................................................... 5-30 Table 5-16 E1/T1 signal cable connections (1)..................................................................................................5-31 Table 5-17 E1/T1 signal cable connections (2)..................................................................................................5-31 Table 5-18 FE/GE cable connections.................................................................................................................5-32 Table 5-19 Connectors of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable.....................................................................................5-32 Table 5-20 Pin assignment for the wires of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable.........................................................5-33 Table 5-21 Pin assignment for the wires of the 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable................................................5-34 Table 5-22 Pin assignment for the wires of the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable......................................5-35 Table 5-23 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE cable............................................................................ 5-36 Table 5-24 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE surge protection transfer cable.................................... 5-37 Table 5-25 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC............................................ 5-39 Table 5-26 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs...........................................5-40 Table 5-27 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)......................................................................5-42 Table 5-28 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2)......................................................................5-44 Table 5-29 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC).................................................................5-45 Table 5-30 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cables between cascaded CMUAs............. 5-46 Table 5-31 Pin assignment for the wires of the temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC...................5-47 Table 5-32 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU .............................................................................................................................................................................5-48 Table 5-33 Pin assignment for the wires of the environment monitoring signal cable......................................5-49 Table 5-34 Pin assignment of the monitoring signal transfer cable...................................................................5-51 Table 5-35 Pin assignment for the wires of the ELU signal cable.....................................................................5-52 Table 5-36 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door..............5-54 Table 5-37 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the battery 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BTS3900A GSM Hardware Description(II) Table 5-38 Pin assignment for the wires of the BBU alarm cable.....................................................................5-57 Table 5-39 Pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA monitoring signal cable..............................................5-59 Table 5-40 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the GATM...................................5-60 Table 5-41 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (1)....................................................................................5-62 Table 5-42 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (2)....................................................................................5-62 Table 5-43 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (3)....................................................................................5-63 Table 5-44 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (4)....................................................................................5-64 Table 5-45 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (5)....................................................................................5-65 Table 5-46 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (6)....................................................................................5-66

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Appearance of the BTS3900A Cabinet

The BTS3900A cabinets are designed in compliance with the IEC297 standard. They are greyish white vertical cabinets. Figure 2-1 shows the BTS3900A cabinets. Figure 2-1 BTS3900A cabinets

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About This Chapter


This section describes the cabinet, power system, transmission system, CPRI port, and monitoring system configurations of the BTS3900A, and provides reference for planning and deploying the BTS3900A. 3.1 Board or module Configurations Providing solutions to wireless telecommunications, the BTS3900A is a macro base station used outdoors, consisting of the BBU3900 and RFUs. 3.2 BTS3900A Cabinet Configurations Multiple cabinets can be combined and installed for the BTS3900A to meet the requirements of different RFU configurations, backup power capacity, and transmission space. In addition, different configurations of cabinets can be used for the BTS3900A in the 110 V AC/220 V AC power supply scenario and -48 V DC power supply scenario. 3.3 BTS3900A Power System The BTS3900A supports 110 V AC, 220 V AC, and -48 V DC power supplies. When AC power is supplied, the power is converted to -48 V DC power for the base station. 3.4 Configurations of the Monitoring System The BTS3900A monitoring system involves the environment, power, and temperature control systems monitored by the BBU. 3.5 Cable Holes of the BTS3900A Cabinet The BTS3900A is maintained from the front of the cabinet, and all the external cables are led into and out of the BTS3900A cabinet through the cable holes at the bottom of the cabinet.

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3.1 Board or module Configurations


Providing solutions to wireless telecommunications, the BTS3900A is a macro base station used outdoors, consisting of the BBU3900 and RFUs. 3.1.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet To meet requirements in different outdoor environments, multiple types of cabinet with different functions are provided by Huawei for separated macro base stations. The Advanced Power module with heat exchanger (APM30H) and Radio Frequency Cabinet (RFC) provides space and surge protection and enables power distribution and heat dissipation for the BBU3900 and RFU. The Integrated Battery Backup System with direct ventilation (IBBS200D) and Integrated Battery Backup System with TEC cooler (IBBS200T) provides long-duration backup power for a base station. The Transmission Cabinet of 11 U high with heat exchanger (TMC11H) provides space for customer equipment. 3.1.2 Board Configuration of the BBU3900 This describes the board configuration principles of the BBU3900. 3.1.3 Configuration of the SLPU This section describes the configuration principles of the SPLU.

3.1.1 Module Configurations in the Cabinet


To meet requirements in different outdoor environments, multiple types of cabinet with different functions are provided by Huawei for separated macro base stations. The Advanced Power module with heat exchanger (APM30H) and Radio Frequency Cabinet (RFC) provides space and surge protection and enables power distribution and heat dissipation for the BBU3900 and RFU. The Integrated Battery Backup System with direct ventilation (IBBS200D) and Integrated Battery Backup System with TEC cooler (IBBS200T) provides long-duration backup power for a base station. The Transmission Cabinet of 11 U high with heat exchanger (TMC11H) provides space for customer equipment.

Configurations of the APM30H


Besides the installation space for the BBU3900, the APM30H also provides installation space of 5 U for customer equipment, for example, the EMUA, heater, and Service Outlet Unit (SOU), which are optional. Figure 3-1 shows the exterior and configurations of the APM30H. Figure 3-1 Exterior and configurations of the APM30H

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The GATM, if needed, is installed at the position of the EMUA in Figure 3-1. When a single site is configured with two GATMs, the EMUA is installed below the two GATMs.

Table 3-1 describes the configurations. Table 3-1 Configurations of the APM30H SN Module Optional/ Mandatory Maximum Quantity in a Single Cabinet 1 Description

Fan box

Mandatory

The fan box is configured with the fan, Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI), and Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA). It is used to dissipate heat in the cabinet. The Signal Lightning Protection Unit (SLPU) is installed in the top 1 U space of the cabinet, providing protection for trunk signals as a mandatory component. The SLPU is configured with the Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection unit (UELP) or Universal FE Lightning Protection unit (UFLP). The SLPU is an optional component, which is used to protect monitoring signals, is installed in the 1 U space below the BBU. It contains two Universal Signal Lightning Protection unit 2 (USLP2s).

SLPU

Mandatory

PSU (AC/ DC) EPS

Mandatory

The power supply unit (PSU) converts 110 V/220 V AC power into -48 V DC power. The EPS provides functions of AC and DC power distribution for the cabinet. There are two types of EPS subracks, which are used in 110 V AC and 220 V AC power supply scenarios. The BBU3900 processes the baseband signals and enables interaction between the base station and the BSC or RNC.
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Mandatory

BBU3900

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Optional/ Mandatory

Maximum Quantity in a Single Cabinet 1

Description

EMUA

Optional

The Environment Monitoring Unit (EMUA) monitors the internal environment of the cabinet and reports related alarms. The EMUA must be configured when 16 Boolean alarm inputs are required. It is installed in the 1 U space below the BBU. The Power Monitoring Unit (PMU) provides the functions of power system and battery management, power monitoring, and alarm reporting. The heater is an optional component. It ensures that the customer equipment in the cabinet works in a proper temperature scope when the ambient temperature is low. It is installed in the 1 U space at the bottom of the cabinet. If both the heater and SOU are configured, the heater is installed in the 1 U space above the SOU. The SOU is an optional component. It transfers AC power supply to the customer equipment and is installed in the 1 U space at the bottom of the cabinet.

PMU

Mandatory

Heater

Optional

SOU

Optional

Configurations of the RFC


Figure 3-2 shows the exterior and configurations of the RFC.

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Figure 3-2 Exterior and configurations of the RFC

Table 3-2 describes the configurations. Table 3-2 Configurations of the RFC SN Module Optional/ Mandatory Maximum Configurati on in a Single Cabinet 1 Description

DCDU-01

Mandatory

The Direct Current Distribution Unit-01 (DCDU-01) is a DC power distribution unit supplying power to each component in the RFC. The fan box is configured with the fan and CMUA. The fan dissipates heat in the cabinet, and the CMUA provides the functions of the temperature control, Boolean alarm detection, and ELU identification of the cabinet. The RFU, a Radio Frequency Unit, performs the functions such as modulation and demodulation between baseband signals and RF signals, data processing, and signal combining and dividing.

Fan box

Mandatory

RFU

Mandatory

Configurations of the TMC11H


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TMC11H configured with the BBU3900 in the -48 V DC power supply scenario, as shown in B of Figure 3-3

Figure 3-3 Exterior and configurations of the TMC11H

Table 3-3 describes the configurations. Table 3-3 Configurations of the TMC11H SN Module Optional/ Mandatory Maximum Configurati on in a Single Cabinet 1 Description

Fan box

Mandatory

The fan box is configured with the fan, HPMI, and CMUA, dissipating heat in the cabinet. The SLPU is installed in the top 1 U space of the cabinet, providing protection for trunk signals as a mandatory component. The SLPU is configured with the UELP or UFLP. As an optional component, the SLPU can also provide protection for monitoring signal cables. The SLPU must be installed in the 1 U space under the BBU and configured with two USLP2s.

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Description

DCDU-03

Mandatory

The Direct Current Distribution Unit type 03 (DCDU-03) supplies power to each component in the TMC11H. The DCDU-03 is of 1 U high. The BBU3900 processes the baseband signals and enables interaction between the base station and the BSC or RNC.

BBU3900

Mandatory

Configurations of the IBBS200D


Figure 3-4 shows the exterior and configurations of the IBBS200D. Figure 3-4 Exterior and configurations of the IBBS200D

Table 3-4 describes the configurations.

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FAN

Mandatory

The FAN unit is installed on the front door of the cabinet, dissipating heat in the cabinet. The CMUA provides functions of temperature control, Boolean alarm detection, and ELU identification of the cabinet. The power distribution box is installed on the upper right of the cabinet, transferring and distributing the power to the TEC or fan and to the batteries. The battery provides longduration backup power for a base station.

CMUA

Mandatory

Power distribution box

Mandatory

Battery

Mandatory

Configurations of the IBBS200T


Figure 3-5 shows the exterior and configurations of the IBBS200T. Figure 3-5 Exterior and configurations of the IBBS200T

Table 3-5 describes the configurations.


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TEC

Mandatory

The TEC is installed in the protecting hood for the TEC on the front door of the cabinet. The TEC consists of the TEC module, inner air circulation fan, outer air circulation fan, heat dissipator, and monitoring board. The CMUA provides functions of temperature control, Boolean alarm detection, and ELU identification of the cabinet. The power distribution box is installed on the upper right of the cabinet, transferring and distributing power to the TEC or fan and to the batteries. The battery provides longduration backup power for a base station.

CMUA

Mandatory

Power distribution box

Mandatory

Battery

Mandatory

3.1.2 Board Configuration of the BBU3900


This describes the board configuration principles of the BBU3900.

Slots of the BBU3900


Figure 3-6 shows the slots of the BBU3900. Figure 3-6 Slots of the BBU3900

Board Configuration of the BBU3900


Table 3-6 describes the board configuration principles of the BBU3900.
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Table 3-6 Board configuration principles of the BBU3900 Board GTMU Optional/ Mandatory Mandatory Maximum Number 1 Slot slot 5 or slot 6 Restriction Can be installed only in the slot 6 (inhabited in Slot5 and Slot6). Can be installed only in the slot 16. When a single UPEU is configured, it is preferentially installed in the slot 19. Preferentially installed in the slot 4. -

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UPEU

Mandatory

slot 18 and slot 19

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Optional Optional

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slot 18 slot 0 or slot 4

USCU

Optional

slot 1

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Figure 3-7 shows the typical configuration of the BBU3900. Figure 3-7 Typical configuration of the BBU3900

3.1.3 Configuration of the SLPU


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Figure 3-8 shows the slots of the SLPU. Figure 3-8 Slots of the SLPU

Configuration of the SLPU


The SLPU is a mandatory component when used as a trunk signal protection unit. In this case, it is integrated with UELP or UFLP and installed in the 1 U space in the upper part of the cabinet. Table 3-7 lists the configuration principles of the SLPU. Table 3-7 Configuration principles of the SLPU (1) Board UELP Optional/ Mandatory Optional Maximum Quantity 4 Slot Slots 0 to 3 Configuration Restriction The priorities of the slots in configuration are as follows in descending order: slot 2, slot 0, slot 1, and slot 3. If both the UELP and UFLP are configured, the UFLP is installed in a slot with a higher priority than the UELP.

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Slot3

The SLPU is an optional component when used as a monitoring signal protection unit if there are not more than 16 dry contacts. In this case, the SLPU is integrated with two USLP2s and installed in the 1 U space at the bottom of the BBU. Table 3-8 lists the configuration principles of the SLPU.

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3.2 BTS3900A Cabinet Configurations


Multiple cabinets can be combined and installed for the BTS3900A to meet the requirements of different RFU configurations, backup power capacity, and transmission space. In addition, different configurations of cabinets can be used for the BTS3900A in the 110 V AC/220 V AC power supply scenario and -48 V DC power supply scenario.

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If 6 to 12 RFUs must be configured for a new site, two APM30Hs must be configured. Figure 3-9 shows the configurations of the cabinets with different TRX configurations if backup power is not required.

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Figure 3-9 Configurations of the cabinets without backup power

Figure 3-10 shows the configurations of the cabinets with different TRX configurations if 0.5 h/2 h backup power is required. Figure 3-10 Configurations of the cabinets with 0.5 h/2 h backup power

Figure 3-11 shows the configurations of the cabinets with different TRX configurations if 4 h/ 6 h/8 h backup power is required.

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Figure 3-11 Configurations of the cabinets with 4 h/6 h/8 h backup power

If 2 V batteries are required, or 368 Ah backup power provided by a single APM30H is required at a site, the IBBS2.1/IBBS2.2 cabinet must be used. Figure 3-12 shows the configurations of cabinets with different TRX configurations if the IBBS2.1/IBBS2.2 is configured. Figure 3-12 Configurations of cabinets with the IBBS2.1/IBBS2.2

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Figure 3-13 shows the configurations of cabinets with different TRX configurations in the -48 V DC power supply scenario. Figure 3-13 Configurations of cabinets with -48 V DC power supply

3.3 BTS3900A Power System


The BTS3900A supports 110 V AC, 220 V AC, and -48 V DC power supplies. When AC power is supplied, the power is converted to -48 V DC power for the base station. Table 3-9 and Table 3-10 list the input voltage ranges supported by the BTS3900A. Table 3-9 Applicable AC input voltage ranges Power Input Type 200 V AC single-phase 220 V AC three-phase
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Working Voltage 176 V AC to 290 V AC 176 V AC to 290 V AC


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Power Input Type 110 V AC dual-live-wire

Rated Voltage 100 V AC to 120 V AC

Working Voltage 90 V AC to 135 V AC

Table 3-10 Applicable DC input voltage ranges Power Input Type -48 V DC Rated Voltage -38.4 V DC to -57 V DC

3.3.1 Configuration of Circuit Breakers and Connections of Power Cables for the BTS3900A
This section lists the recommended configuration of circuit breakers and connections of power cables for the BTS3900A. The recommended configurations are all based on a fully configured base station, which has the peak output power. The power requirements for the customer equipment in the cabinet are also included. Table 3-11 lists the recommended configuration of circuit breakers and connections of power cables for the BTS3900A. Table 3-11 Recommended configuration of circuit breakers and connections of power cables Power Input Type Requirements for Circuit Breakers on Customer Equipment 1 x 50 A (using a twolevel magnetic circuit breaker) Cross-Sectional Area of Power Cables 6 mm2 Length of Power Cables

200 V AC singlephase 110 V AC dual-livewire 220 V AC threephase -48 V DC

40 m

1 x 25 A (using a three-level magnetic circuit breaker) 1 x 100 A

2.5 mm2

40 m

16 mm2

15 m

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All power cables must comply with local standards.

If a heater is installed when -48 V DC power is used, one more AC power input must be added. In this scenario, the recommended configurations of the circuit breaker and power cables for the heater are listed in Table 3-12.

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Table 3-12 Recommended configurations of the upper-level circuit breaker and power cables for the heater Power Input Type Requirements for Circuit Breakers on Customer Equipment 2x5A Cross-Sectional Area of Power Input Cables 2.5 mm2 Length of Power Cable

200 V AC singlephase 110 V AC dual-livewire

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3.3.2 BTS3900A Power Distribution


This section describes the power distribution schemes used for the BTS3900A cabinets in the 110 V AC, 220 V AC, and -48 V DC power supply scenarios.

Power Distribution Scheme in the 110 V AC or 220 V AC Power Supply Scenario


When the BTS3900A is supplied with 220 V AC or 110 V AC power, the AC power is converted to DC power and distributed by the Embedded Power Supply System (EPS) in the APM30H. After going through the EPS, an AC power input is divided into two AC power outputs:
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The AC power input is converted by PSUs into DC power, which is supplied to the battery cabinet, RFC, TMC11H, and other base station equipment. Figure 3-14 and Figure 3-15 show the power distribution schemes in the 220 V AC and 110 V AC power supply scenarios. Table 3-13 lists the specifications for the circuit breakers and fuses in the base station in the 220 V AC and 110 V AC power supply scenarios.
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When the 220 V AC three-phase power supply is used, the three AC power inputs do not need to be connected in series using a short-circuiting bar. The power distribution principles for this scenario are the same as those for the 220 V AC single-phase power supply scenario.

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Figure 3-14 Power distribution scheme for the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the 220 V AC single-phase power supply

Figure 3-15 Power distribution scheme for the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the 110 V AC dual-live-wire power supply

Table 3-13 Specifications for the circuit breakers and fuses in the APM30H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply Power Input Type 200 V AC single-phase/ three-phase Specifications for Specifications for Upper-Level Circuit AC Output Circuit Breakers of the EPS Breakers 3 x 16 A (MCB(1))
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Heater: 1 x 16 A (MCB) SOU: 1 x 16 A (MCB)

BAT(2): 1 x 100 A (MCB) RFC1: 1 x 80 A (MCB) RFC2: 1 x 80 A (MCB)

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Specifications for Specifications for Upper-Level Circuit AC Output Circuit Breakers of the EPS Breakers 1 x 40 A (MCB)
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Heater: 1 x 16 A (MCB) SOU: 1 x 16 A (MCB)

TMC: 1 x 25 A (MCB) FAN: 1 x 15 A (FUSE(3)) BBU: 2 x 15 A (FUSE) TEC(4): 1 x 15 A (FUSE) TM(5): 4 x 5 A (FUSE)

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As shown in Figure 3-14 and Figure 3-15, three DC power outputs from the APM30H are provided to RFC1, RFC2, and TMC11H separately when the BTS3900A uses AC power supply. The RFC provides power supply for the RFUs, fan box, and other components in the cabinet through the DCDU-01. The TMC11H provides power supply for the transmission equipment, fan box, and other components in the cabinet through the DCDU-03. Figure 3-16 shows the power distribution scheme for the RFC and TMC11H. Table 3-14 lists the specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H.

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Figure 3-16 Power distribution scheme for the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply

Table 3-14 Specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the AC power supply Cabinet Type RFC Specifications for DC Output Circuit Breakers
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RFU0 to RFU5: 6 x 12 A (MCB) FAN: 1 x 12 A (MCB) BBU (reserved): 1 x 12 A (MCB) Reserved: 1 x 12 A (MCB) + 1 x 25 A (MCB) FAN: 1 x 6 A (MCB) Transmission device: 7 x 12 A (MCB) + 1 x 6 A (MCB)

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Power Distribution Scheme in the 48 V DC Power Supply Scenario


When the BTS3900A uses -48 V DC power supply, the external power supply is connected to the RFC, forwarded to the DCDU-01, and provided to the RFUs and fan box in the cabinet. In addition, the DCDU-01 can provide a DC power of 25 A with a maximum power of 800 W to the TMC11H. The DCDU-03 in the TMC11H then provides DC power to the BBU and fan.
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Figure 3-17 shows the power distribution schemes for the RFC and TMC11H. Table 3-15 lists the specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H. Figure 3-17 Power distribution scheme for the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the -48 V DC power supply

Table 3-15 Specifications for the circuit breakers in the RFC and TMC11H when the BTS3900A uses the -48 V DC power supply Cabinet Type RFC Specifications for DC Output Circuit Breakers
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3.4 Configurations of the Monitoring System


The BTS3900A monitoring system involves the environment, power, and temperature control systems monitored by the BBU. The BTS3900A has the following monitoring components:
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CMUA: is configured in the APM30H, TMC11H, RFC, and IBBS for temperature control and environment monitoring. PMU: provides the functions of power system and battery management, power monitoring, and alarm reporting.

3.4.1 External Monitoring Port 3.4.2 Monitoring Board Configurations The configurations of the monitoring boards in the BTS3900A depend on the alarm requirements. 3.4.3 Monitoring Principles The monitoring principles of the BTS3900A vary according to the power supply scenarios.

3.4.1 External Monitoring Port


The monitoring ports are configured on the BBU, EMU, and EMUA for monitoring external signals of the base station. The BBU houses the UPEU and UEIU for monitoring. Each board has two Boolean input ports and two RS485 input ports, and each Boolean input port receives four Boolean inputs. Figure 3-18 shows the slot assignment for the UPEU and UEIU. Figure 3-18 Slot assignment for the UPEU and UEIU

Table 3-16 lists the ports on the UPEU and UEIU. Table 3-16 Ports on the UPEU and UEIU Slot Slot19 Board UPEU Label EXT-ALM0 Connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector Quantity 1 Description Port for Boolean inputs 8 to 11 Port for Boolean inputs 12 to 15 Port for RS485 input 0 Port for RS485 input 1
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MON0

RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector

MON1

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Slot Slot18

Board UEIU (optional)

Label EXT-ALM0

Connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector

Quantity 1

Description Port for Boolean inputs 0 to 3 Port for Boolean inputs 4 to 7 Port for RS485 input 0 Port for RS485 input 1

EXT-ALM1

MON0

MON1

Table 3-17 describes the pin assignments for the wires connected to the ports for Boolean inputs on the BBU. Table 3-17 Pin assignments for the wires connected to the ports for Boolean inputs on the BBU Pin Monitored Signals Slot 19 EXT_ALM0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.7 1.8 0+ 0- (GND) 1+ 1- (GND) 2+ 2- (GND) 3+ 3- (GND) EXT_ALM1 4+ 4- (GND) 5+ 5- (GND) 6+ 6- (GND) 7+ 7- (GND) Slot 18 EXT_ALM0 8+ 8- (GND) 9+ 9- (GND) 10+ 10- (GND) 11+ 11- (GND) EXT_ALM1 12+ 12- (GND) 13+ 13- (GND) 14+ 14- (GND) 15+ 15- (GND)

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When two UPEUs are configured in the BBU, one UPEU is configured in slot 19, and the other UPEU is configured in slot 18. The pin assignments for the wires connected to the monitoring ports on this UPEU are the same as those for the wires connected to the monitoring ports on the UEIU.

The EMU and EMUA are used for environment monitoring indoors and outdoors respectively. The EMU and EMUA enable the monitoring of analog values and Boolean signals with the port for monitoring analog inputs, port for detecting the Boolean inputs, and port for controlling the external Boolean outputs.
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When the base station is deployed indoors, the EMU is configured for monitoring the analog values and Boolean signals. For details about the monitoring ports on the EMU, see HUAWEI QCKG1EMU User Guide. When the base station is deployed outdoors, the EMUA is configured for monitoring the analog values and Boolean signals. For details about the monitoring ports on the EMUA, see EMUA User Guide.

3.4.2 Monitoring Board Configurations


The configurations of the monitoring boards in the BTS3900A depend on the alarm requirements. Table 3-18 describes the relationships between the Boolean alarm requirements of the BTS3900A and the configurations of the monitoring boards. Table 3-18 Monitoring board configurations of the BTS3900A Number of Boolean Alarm Inputs None 1 to 16 17 to 32 Monitoring Board Configuration UPEU UPEU+UEIU+(2*USLP2+SLPU) UPEU+UEIU+EMUA

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If backup power is required for the BBU, two UPEUs are configured instead of UPEU+UEIU. If the BTS3900A is configured with more than one APM30H or two RFCs, additional UEIUs are not required for Boolean alarms because the UEIU is configured for the RS485 signal monitoring. The analog values can be monitored only by the EMUA. Two USLP2s and one SLPU are delivered in a package.

3.4.3 Monitoring Principles


The monitoring principles of the BTS3900A vary according to the power supply scenarios.

Monitoring Principles in the 110 V/220 V AC Power Supply Scenario


Figure 3-19 shows the monitoring principles in the 110 V/220 V AC power supply scenario.

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Figure 3-19 Monitoring principles in the 110 V/220 V AC power supply scenario

NOTE

If a base station is not configured with an intermediate device, the device can be skipped, as indicated by the dashed lines in Figure 3-19.

Monitoring Principles in the -48 V DC Power Supply Scenario


Figure 3-20 shows the monitoring principles in the -48 V DC power supply scenario. Figure 3-20 Monitoring principles in the -48 V DC power supply scenario

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If a base station is not configured with an intermediate device, the device can be skipped, as indicated by the dashed lines in Figure 3-20.

3.5 Cable Holes of the BTS3900A Cabinet


The BTS3900A is maintained from the front of the cabinet, and all the external cables are led into and out of the BTS3900A cabinet through the cable holes at the bottom of the cabinet.

Cable Holes of the APM30H Cabinet


Figure 3-21 shows the plan view of the cable holes at the bottom of the APM30H cabinet. Figure 3-21 Plan view of the cable holes of the APM30H cabinet

(1) Left cable hole

(2) Right cable hole

Table 3-19 describes the cable routing at the cable holes of the APM30H cabinet. Table 3-19 Cable routing at the cable holes Item Left cable hole Description Routes the AC input/output power cables, DC output power cables, equipotential cables, PGND cables, GPS clock signal cables, and CPRI cables Routes the DC output power cables, power cable for the batteries, Boolean value alarm cables, E1/T1 cables, and RS485 signal cables

Right cable hole

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Cable Holes of the RFC


Figure 3-22 shows the plan view of the cable holes at the bottom of the RFC. Figure 3-23 shows the exterior of the outlet module. Figure 3-22 Plan view of the cable holes at the bottom of the RFC

(1) Left cable outlet module

(2) Right cable outlet module

(3) RF cable outlet module

Table 3-20 describes the cable routing at the cable holes of the RFC. Table 3-20 Cable routing at the cable holes Item Left cable outlet module Right cable outlet module RF cable outlet module Description Routes PGND cables, equipotential cables, AC input/output power cables, DC input power cables, CPRI cables, and GPS clock signal cables Routes the DC output power cables, power cables for the battery cabinet, CPRI cables, E1/T1 cables, Boolean alarm signal cables, and RS485 monitoring signal cables Routes RF jumpers

Figure 3-23 shows the exterior of the cable outlet modules of the RFC.

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Figure 3-23 Exterior of the cable outlet modules of the RFC

(1) Cable holes for the AC input power cables and GPS (5) Cable hole for Boolean alarm signal cables clock signal cables (2) Cable hole for the microwave IF cable and diesel generator monitoring cable (6) Cable hole for E1/T1 cables and battery power cables

(3) AC output power cables, PGND cables, and DC input (7) Cable hole for RS485 signal cables power cables (4) Cable holes for CPRI cables and Bias-Tee feeders (8) Cable holes for CPRI cables, Bias-Tee feeders, and DC output power cables (of the TMC and IBBS's FAN/TEC)

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About This Chapter

BTS3900A Components

The BTS3900A components consist of the BBU3900, RFUs, and modules such as the power equipment and fan box in the RFC and APM30H. In addition, you can optionally configure modules such as the EMUA and cabinets such as the TMC11H and IBBS200D or IBBS200T. 4.1 BBU3900 Equipment The BBU3900 is used for baseband processing and enables interaction between the BTS and the BSC. 4.2 SLPU The signal lightning protection unit (SLPU), which can be optionally configured with the UFLP, UELP, or USLP2, provides the signal surge protection. 4.3 RFC The RFC components are the DCDU-01, fan box, RFU, ELU, and door status sensor. 4.4 APM30H Components The components of the APM30H consist of the fan box, power equipment (AC/DC), core of the heat exchanger, junction box, Electronic Label Unit (ELU), heater, and Service Outlet Unit (SOU). The heater and the SOU are optional. 4.5 IBBS200T Components The components of the IBBS200T consist of the TEC cooler, power distribution box, CMUA, and batteries. 4.6 IBBS200D Components The components of the IBBS200D consist of the fans, fan box, CMUA, power distribution box, batteries, and heating film. The heating film is optional. 4.7 TMC11H Components The components of the TMC11H consist of the fan box, DCDU-03, and heater. The heater is optional. 4.8 Overview of the DDF This describes the structure, functions, features, and technical specifications of the DDF. 4.9 EMUA
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The Environment Monitoring Unit (EMUA) monitors the internal environment of the cabinet and reports related alarms.

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4.1 BBU3900 Equipment


The BBU3900 is used for baseband processing and enables interaction between the BTS and the BSC. The primary functions of the BBU3900 are as follows:
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Provides physical ports for the communication between the BTS and the BSC Provides CPRI ports for the communication with the RF modules Provides USB ports for downloading the BTS software Provides the OM channel for connection with the webLMT or the M2000 Processes uplink and downlink data Provides centralized management system on the entire DBS system, such as OM and signal processing Provides the reference clock for the system

4.1.1 Exterior of the BBU3900 The BBU3900, which has a case structure, is 19 inches wide and 2 U high. 4.1.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900 This describes the boards and module of the BBU3900 in terms of their functions, ports, LEDs, and DIP switches.

4.1.1 Exterior of the BBU3900


The BBU3900, which has a case structure, is 19 inches wide and 2 U high. The dimensions (W x D x H) of the BBU3900 are 442 mm x 310 mm x 86 mm. Figure 4-1 shows the BBU3900. Figure 4-1 BBU3900

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The Electronic Serial Number (ESN) is unique to a Network Element (NE) for identification, it is used during the commissioning of the base station. The label that contains the ESN is attached to the mounting ear of the BBU. Figure 4-2 shows the position of the ESN. Figure 4-2 The position of the ESN

4.1.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900


This describes the boards and module of the BBU3900 in terms of their functions, ports, LEDs, and DIP switches.

GTMU
The GSM Transmission & Timing & Management Unit for BBU (GTMU) is the basic transmission and control function entity of the BBU. It provides the reference clock, maintenance port, and external alarm collection port, monitors the power supply, and controls and manages the entire base station.

Panel
The GTMU is classified into two types: GTMU and GTMUb. Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4 show the panels of the GTMU and GTMUb. Figure 4-3 GTMU panel

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Figure 4-4 GTMUb panel

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The GTMU hereinafter mentioned in this document is the first type.

Functions
The GTMU and GTMUb have the following functions:
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Controls and manages the base station Supports fault management system, configuration management system, performance management system, and security management system Monitors the fans and power modules Provides and manages the clock source of the base station in centralized mode Provides the clock output for test Provides the FE port for maintenance on the OM system Supports transmission through four E1s and two FEs Provides CPRI ports for communication between the BBU and the RFUs The GTMUb supports interconnected BBUs. Four IDX2 ports on the backplane of the GTMUb can achieve the function of baseband resource pool backup.

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LEDs
Table 4-1 describes the LEDs on the GTMU. Table 4-1 LEDs on the GTMU LED RUN Color Green Status ON OFF ON for 1s and OFF for 1s ON for 2s and OFF for 2s
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LED

Color

Status ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s

Description Software is being loaded to the board. An alarm is generated, indicating a running fault. The board is running properly. The board is in the active state. The board is in the standby state.

ALM

Red

ON OFF

ACT

Green

ON OFF

Besides the preceding three LEDs, there are LEDs indicating the connection status of the FE optical port, FE electrical port, CPRI port and commissioning port. Each of the LEDs is positioned near the relevant port without any label on the panel of the board. Table 4-2 describes the LEDs and their status. Table 4-2 LEDs and their status LED LIU0 to LIU3 Color Green Status ON ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s OFF CPRI0 to CPRI5 Green Red ON ON Description The link is in the idle state. An E1/T1 remote alarm is generated. The link is functional. The CPRI link is functional. The optical module fails to receive signals. The connection is set up successfully. No connection is set up. Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted. The connection is set up successfully.

ETH

Green (LINK LED on the left)

ON OFF

Orange (ACT LED on the right)

Blinking OFF

FE0

Green (LINK LED on the left)

ON

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Color

Status OFF

Description No connection is set up. Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted. The connection is set up successfully. No connection is set up. Data is being transmitted. No data is being transmitted. This is the LED of the reserved port. This is the LED of the reserved port.

Orange (ACT LED on the right)

Blinking OFF

FE1(GTMUb)

Green (LINK LED on the left)

ON OFF

Green (ACT LED on the right)

Blinking OFF

M_S (GTMUb) EXT (GTMUb)

Ports
Table 4-3 describes the ports on the GTMU. Table 4-3 Ports on the GTMU Label CPRI0 to CPRI5 Connector SFP connector Description Data transmission port interconnected to the RFU. It supports the input and output of optical and electrical transmission signals Obligate Local maintenance and debugging port Connected to the routers in the equipment room through FE cables to transmit network information Connected to the routers in the equipment room through optical cables to transmit network information Used for automatic software upgrade through the USB disk
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EXT (GTMUb) ETH FE0

SFP connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector

FE1

DLC connector

USB

USB connector

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Label TST E1/T1

Connector USB connector DB26 female connector

Description Provides a reference clock for the tester Used for four E1/T1 inputs and outputs between the GTMU and the UELP or between BSCs

The RST button on the panel of the GTMU is used for resetting the board.

DIP Switches
On the GTMU, there are five DIP switches, each of which has four bits. DIP switches S1 and S2 must be set together. The functions of the five DIP switches are as follows:
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Bits 3 and 4 of S1 should be kept the out-of-factory state, without any manual setting on site. The out-offactory state should be OFF. If the bits are ON, set them to OFF.

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Table 4-5 Details of the DIP Switch S2 DIP Switch S2 Bit Status 1 OFF 2 OFF 3 OFF 4 OFF By default, all the DIP bits of S2 are set to OFF in all the modes. When the four E1 RX links in 75 ohm have errors, all the bits of S2 must be set to ON to rectify the faults on the E1 links. Unavailable Description

ON

ON

ON

ON

Others

Table 4-6 Details of the DIP Switch S4 DIP Switch S4 Bit Status 1 ON OFF 2 ON OFF 3 ON OFF Others 4 ON OFF Supporting E1 bypass Not supporting E1 bypass Unavailable Description

Table 4-7 Details of the DIP Switch S5 DIP Switch S5 Bit Status 1 ON OFF 2 ON ON 3 ON ON 4 ON OFF Not supporting E1 bypass Supporting E1 bypass of level-1 cascaded base stations Supporting E1 bypass of level-2 cascaded base stations Supporting E1 bypass of level-3 cascaded base stations Description

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

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Bit Status 1 ON 2 ON 3 OFF 4 OFF

Description

Supporting E1 bypass of level-4 cascaded base stations Supporting E1 bypass of level-5 cascaded base stations

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

NOTE

The E1 bypass function is not supported in this version. All the bits of S4 should be set to OFF, and all the bits of S5 should be set to ON.

FAN
The FAN is the fan unit of the BBU3900. The FAN controls the fan speed, detects the temperature of the fan board, and dissipates the heat in the BBU.

Panel
Figure 4-5 shows the panel of the FAN. Figure 4-5 Panel of the FAN

Functions
The FAN performs the following functions:
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Controls the fan speed. Reports the fan status to the main control board. Detects the temperature of the air inlets. Dissipates the heat.

LEDs
The FAN has one LED, indicating the running status of the module. Table 4-8 describes the LED on the FAN and its status. Table 4-8 LED on the FAN and its status Label STATE Color Green Status On for 0.125s and off for 0.125s On for 1s and off for 1s Red Off On for 1s and off for 1s Description The module is not registered, and no alarm is reported. The module is running properly. No alarm is reported. The module is reporting alarms.

UPEU
The Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit (UPEU) is a mandatory board of the BBU3900. It converts -48 V or +24 V DC power to +12 V DC power.

Panels
The UPEU is classified into the Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit Type A (UPEUA) and the Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit Type B (UPEUB). The UPEUA converts -48 V DC to +12 V DC and the UPEUB converts +24 V DC to +12 V DC. Figure 4-6 shows the UPEUA panel and Figure 4-7 shows the UPEUB panel. Figure 4-6 Panel of the UPEUA

(1) Power switch of the BBU

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Figure 4-7 Panel of the UPEUB

(1) Power switch of the BBU

Functions
The UPEU performs the following functions:
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Converts -48 V or +24 V DC to +12 V DC that is applicable to the boards Provides two ports for two RS485 inputs and two ports for eight Boolean signals Provides reverse connection protection for power cable connectors

LEDs
The UPEU has one LED that indicates the operating status of the board. Table 4-9 describes the LED and its status. Table 4-9 LEDs on the UPEU and its status Label RUN Color Green Status On Off Description The UPEU is operational. Input power is unavailable or the board is faulty.

Ports
The UPEU provides two RS485 ports and two ports for eight Boolean signals. When configured in different slots, the ports on the UPEU have different functions. Figure 4-8 shows the slots in the BBU. Figure 4-8 Slots in the BBU

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Table 4-10 describes the ports on the panel of the UPEU. Table 4-10 Ports on the panel of the UPEU Slot Slot 19 Label PWR EXTALM0 EXTALM1 MON0 MON1 Slot 18 PWR EXTALM0 EXTALM1 MON0 MON1 Connecto r 3V3 RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 3V3 RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Port for +24 V DC or -48 V DC input power Port for Boolean signal inputs 8 to 11 Port for Boolean signal inputs 12 to 15 Port for RS485 signal input 0 Port for RS485 signal input 1 Port for +24 V DC or -48 V DC input power Port for Boolean signal inputs 0 to 3 Port for Boolean signal inputs 4 to 7 Port for RS485 signal input 0 Port for RS485 signal input 1

UEIU
The Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU) transmits monitoring and alarm signals from the external devices to the main control and transmission unit.

Panel
Figure 4-9 shows the panel of the UEIU. Figure 4-9 Panel of the UEIU

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Ports
The UEIU is configured in slot 18. It provides four ports with two ports transmitting two RS485 input signals and the other two ports transmitting eight Boolean signals. Table 4-11 describes the ports on the panel of the UEIU. Table 4-11 Ports on the panel of the UEIU Slot slot 18 Label EXTALM0 EXTALM1 MON0 MON1 Connect or RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 RJ-45 Quanti ty 1 1 1 1 Description No.0 to 3 Boolean signal input ports No.4 to 7 Boolean signal input ports No.0 RS485 signal input port No.1 RS485 signal input port

UTRP
The Universal Transmission Processing unit (UTRP) in the BBU3900 provides ports for eight E1s/T1s.

Panel
Figure 4-10 shows the panel of the UTRP. Figure 4-10 Panel of the UTRP
UTRP
E1/T1(0-3) E1/T1(4-7)
RUN ALM ACT

Functions
The UTRP performs the following functions: Provides an E1/T1 port for four TDM transmission links in GSM mode and provides a port for four transmission links in another mode for co-transmission in a dual-mode base station.
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LEDs
Table 4-12 describes the LEDs on the panel of the UTRP. Table 4-12 LEDs on the panel of the UTRP Label RUN Color Green Status On Description There is power supply, but the board is faulty. There is no power supply, or the board is faulty. The board works properly as configured. The board is not configured or data is being loaded. The board works in offline mode or is being tested. An alarm is reported, indicating a fault in the board. The board is normal. A minor alarm is reported. A major alarm is reported. A critical alarm is reported. The board works in active mode. The board works in standby mode.

Off

On for 1s and off for 1s On for 0.125s and off for 0.125s On for 2s and off for 2s ALM Red On or blinking at a high frequency Off On for 2s and off for 2s On for 1s and off for 1s On for 0.125s and off for 0.125s ACT Green On Off

Ports
Table 4-13 describes the ports on the panel of the UTRP.

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Table 4-13 Ports on the panel of the UTRP Label E1/T1 Port E1/T1 Quantity 2 Connector DB26 connector

DIP Switches
There are three DIP switches on the UTRP. SW1 and SW2 are used to ground the receiver end of the E1, and SW3 is used to set the impedance of the E1 cable. SW1 corresponds to E1s 4 to 7, and SW2 corresponds to E1s 0 to 3. Figure 4-11 shows the DIP switches. Figure 4-11 DIP switches on the UTRP

Table 4-14, Table 4-15, and Table 4-16 describe the settings of the DIP switches. Table 4-14 Settings of SW1 on the UTRP Bit 1 2 3 4 Balanced Off Off Off Off Unbalanced On On On On

Table 4-15 Settings of SW2 on the UTRP Bit 1 2 3


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Balanced Off

Unbalanced On

CAUTION
SW1 and SW2 are set to off (balanced) by default. When a bit error occurs on the eight E1s, the bits on SW1 and SW2 must be set to on to rectify the faults on the E1 links. Table 4-16 Settings of SW3 on the UTRP Bit 1 2 3 4 75-Ohm E1 On On On On 120-Ohm E1 On On Off Off T1 Off Off On On

USCU
This section describes the Universal Satellite card and Clock Unit (USCU).

Panel
There are two types of USCU: USCUb1 and USCUb2, as shown in Figure 4-12 and Figure 4-13. Figure 4-12 Panel of the USCUb1 (0.5 U)

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Figure 4-13 Panel of the USCUb2 (1 U)

(1) GPS port

(2) RGPS port

(3) TOD port

(4) M-1PPS port

(5) BITS port

Functions
The USCU has the following functions:
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LED
Table 4-17 and Table 4-18 describe the LEDs on the USCU. Table 4-17 LEDs on the USCU LED RUN Color Green Status On Off Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) ALM Red Off On Description There is power supply, but the board is faulty. There is no power supply, or the board is faulty. The board is running properly. Software is being loaded to the board, or the board is not configured. The board is running properly, and no alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board needs to be replaced.

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Color

Status Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

Description An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined. The serial port for communication between the USCU and the main control board is enabled. The serial port for communication between the USCU and the main control board is disabled.

ACT

Green

On

Off

Table 4-18 LEDs on the TOD port Color Green Meaning On: The TOD port is configured as the input port. Off: The TOD port is configured as the output port. Default Configuration The green LED of the TOD0 port is off, and the yellow LED of the TOD0 port is on. The yellow LED of the TOD1 port is off, and the green LED of the TOD1 port is on.

Yellow

Ports
Table 4-19 describes the ports on the USCU. Table 4-19 Ports on the USCU Port GPS port RGPS port TOD0 port TOD1 port Connector SMA coaxial connector PCB welded wiring terminal RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector Description Receiving GPS signals Receiving RGPS signals Receiving or transmitting 1PPS+TOD signals Receiving or transmitting 1PPS+TOD signals, and receiving TOD signals from the M1000

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Port BITS port

Connector SMA coaxial connector SMA coaxial connector

Description Receiving BITS clock signals, supporting adaptive input of 2.048 MHz and 10 MHz clock reference source Receiving 1PPS signals from the M1000

M-1PPS port

4.2 SLPU
The signal lightning protection unit (SLPU), which can be optionally configured with the UFLP, UELP, or USLP2, provides the signal surge protection. 4.2.1 Exterior of SLPU The SLPU has a case structure, which requires a 19-inch wide and 1 U high space. 4.2.2 UELP Each Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection Unit (UELP) provides surge protection for four paths of E1/T1 signals. 4.2.3 UFLP The universal FE/GE lightning protection (UFLP) board is a universal FE surge protection unit, each UFLP supports 2-way FE surge protection. 4.2.4 USLP2 The Universal Signal Lightning Protection Unit Type 2 (USLP2) is a dry contact surge protection unit. It is optional and can be installed in the SLPU.

4.2.1 Exterior of SLPU


The SLPU has a case structure, which requires a 19-inch wide and 1 U high space. Figure 4-14 shows the SLPU. Figure 4-14 SLPU

4.2.2 UELP
Each Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection Unit (UELP) provides surge protection for four paths of E1/T1 signals.

Panel
Figure 4-15 shows the panel of the UELP.
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Figure 4-15 UELP panel

Ports
Table 4-20 lists the ports of the UELP. Table 4-20 Ports of the UELP Label INSIDE OUTSIDE Connector DB25 connector DB26 connector Description Connected to the board for transmission in the base station Connected to the external transmission devices

DIP Switch
The UELP has one DIP switch, which is used to determine whether the receiving end is grounded. The DIP switch has four DIP bits. Figure 4-16 shows the DIP switch on the UELP. Figure 4-16 DIP switch on the UELP

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Table 4-21 describes the DIP switch on the UELP. Table 4-21 DIP switch on the UELP DIP Switch S1 Bit Status 1 OFF 2 OFF 3 OFF 4 OFF Not grounded Grounded Description

Other status

NOTE

The 75-ohm E1 cable can be either grounded or not grounded, whereas the 120-ohm E1 cable and the 100ohm T1 cable cannot be grounded.

4.2.3 UFLP
The universal FE/GE lightning protection (UFLP) board is a universal FE surge protection unit, each UFLP supports 2-way FE surge protection.

Panel
Figure 4-17 shows the panel of the UFLP. Figure 4-17 Panel of the UFLP

Ports
Table 4-22 describes the ports on the panel of the UFLP. Table 4-22 Ports on the panel of the UFLP Port Location INSIDE side Label FE0, FE1 Connector Type RJ-45 Description Connected to the board for transmission in the base station Connected to the external transmission devices

OUTSIDE side

FE0, FE1

RJ-45

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4.2.4 USLP2
The Universal Signal Lightning Protection Unit Type 2 (USLP2) is a dry contact surge protection unit. It is optional and can be installed in the SLPU.

Panel
Figure 4-18 shows the panel of the USLP2. Figure 4-18 Panel of the USLP2

Port
There are four output ports and two input ports on the USLP2. Table 4-23 lists the ports on the panel of the USLP2. Table 4-23 Ports on the panel of the USLP2 Label IN0, IN1, IN2, and IN3 OUT0, OUT1 Port Type 4-pin Quantity 4 Description Input ports used to connect the customized alarm devices. Output ports used to connect the EXT-ALM port of the UEIU or UPEU in the cabinet.

RJ45

Figure 4-19 shows the mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2. Figure 4-19 Mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2
OUT0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2

OUT1
3 4 5 6 7 8 4

IN0
3 2 1 4

IN1
3 2 1 4

IN2
3 2 1 4

IN3
3 2 1

Table 4-24 lists the mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2.
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Table 4-24 Mapping relationship between the pins in the input and output ports on the USLP2 Input Label IN0 Pin IN0.1 IN0.2 IN0.3 IN0.4 IN1 IN1.1 IN1.2 IN1.3 IN1.4 IN2 IN2.1 IN2.2 IN2.3 IN2.4 IN3 IN3.1 IN3.2 IN3.3 IN3.4 OUT0 Output Label OUT1 Pin OUT1.1 OUT1.2 OUT1.4 OUT1.5 OUT1.3 OUT1.6 OUT1.7 OUT1.8 OUT0.1 OUT0.2 OUT0.4 OUT0.5 OUT0.3 OUT0.6 OUT0.7 OUT0.8

For details about the application of the USLP2, see 3.1.3 Configuration of the SLPU.

4.3 RFC
The RFC components are the DCDU-01, fan box, RFU, ELU, and door status sensor. 4.3.1 DCDU-01 The Direct Current Distribution Unit-01 (DCDU-01) supplies power to each component in the cabinet. 4.3.2 Fan Box The fan box in the RFC consists of the fan subrack, fans, and CMUA. 4.3.3 DRFU The Double Radio Frequency Unit (DRFU) is a dual-density RF unit. A DRFU processes two carriers. 4.3.4 GRFU
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The GSM Radio Frequency Unit (GRFU) is designed on the basis of multi-transceiver technology. One GRFU supports 6 carriers outputs. 4.3.5 ELU The Electronic Label Unit (ELU) automatically reports the information about the cabinet type, facilitating fast troubleshooting. 4.3.6 Door Status Sensor The door status sensor monitors the opening and closing of the front door of the cabinet.

4.3.1 DCDU-01
The Direct Current Distribution Unit-01 (DCDU-01) supplies power to each component in the cabinet.

Panel
Figure 4-20 shows the panel of the DCDU-01. Figure 4-20 Panel of the DCDU-01

Functions
The DCDU-01 performs the following functions:
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Introduces -48 V DC input power Provides ten power outputs of -48 V DC as follows:

One 25 A output to the TMC11H through the SPARE2 port Nine 12 A outputs for the BBU, fan box, and RFUs

NOTE

The maximum output power of 25 A to the TMC11H is 800 W.

Ports
Table 4-25 describes the ports on the panel of the DCDU-01. Table 4-25 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-01 Name Power input wiring terminal Power output port
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Description For low-level input For high-level input Provides 10 outputs for the components such as the BBU, RFUs, and fan box
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Label SPARE2, SPARE1, BBU, FAN, and RFU5 to RFU0

Description Controls 10 outputs to components such as the BBU, RFUs, and fan box

4.3.2 Fan Box


The fan box in the RFC consists of the fan subrack, fans, and CMUA. Figure 4-21 shows the fan box. Figure 4-21 Fan box

(1) CMUA

(2) Fans

(3) Fan subrack

Fan
The fan is installed in the fan box of the cabinet. It dissipates the heat for the cabinet.

Exterior
Figure 4-22 shows a fan. Figure 4-22 Fan

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Technical Specifications
Table 4-26 describes the technical specifications of the fan. Table 4-26 Technical specifications of the fan Item Dimensions (Diameter x Height) Length of the lead
NOTE The lead is delivered with the fan and is used for power input and monitoring.

Specification 175 mm x 69 mm 450 mm

Definition of pins 1 to 4 of the lead

Pin 1: red, connected to the positive pole of the power supply Pin 2: yellow, connected to the input of the speed-adjusting signals Pin 3: blue, connected to the output of the alarm or speed signals Pin 4: black, connected to the negative pole of the power supply

NOTE The colors of the cables of the fans vary according to the manufacturer.

Rated voltage Operating voltage range Rated current Maximum current Rated power Maximum power Rated speed Speed-adjusting mode

-48 V -36 V to -57 V 0.52 A 0.77 A 24.96 W 36.96 W 3100 r/min PWM mode

CMUA
This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA).

Functions
The CMUA has the following functions:
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Adjusts and controls the temperature of the cabinet in different temperature control modes.
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Reserves ports for detecting three Boolean inputs in the cabinet. The remote detection, however, is not supported. Provides a port for the RJ-45 connector to check the electronic label and cabinet type.

Ports
Figure 4-23 shows the ports and LEDs on the CMUA. Figure 4-23 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA

(1) TEM/TEM_BAT port (5) ELU port (9) IN2 port (13) TEC cooler port

(2) COM_OUT port (6) GATE port (10) SMOKE port (14) FAN1/FAN_EXT port

(3) COM_IN port (7) IN0 port (11) FAN_EXT port (15) FAN2/FAN_INT port

(4) LEDs (8) IN1 port (12) PWR port -

Table 4-27 describes the ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA. Table 4-27 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA Port TEM/TEM_BAT port Description
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The port is reserved in the APM30H and TMC11H. In the RFC, the silkscreen of the port is TEM, which is connected to the temperature sensor. In the IBBS200D or IBBS200T, the silkscreen of the port is TEM_BAT, which is connected to the temperature sensor of batteries.

COM_OUT port

RS485 signal port connected to the PMU or lower-level CMUA and used to receive monitoring information

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Description RS485 signal port connected to the BBU or upper-level CMUA and used to report monitoring information
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LED

RUN LED: indicating the running status of the fans ALM LED: indicating the alarm status of the fans

Table 4-28 describes the LEDs and their status. ELU port GATE port IN0, IN1, IN2 SMOKE port FAN_EXT port Connected to the ELU and used to report the cabinet type Boolean signal port connected to the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Connected to the smoke sensor This port is used only in the APM30H and TMC11H. It is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the front door of the cabinet. Power input port feeding DC input power into the board This port is used only in the IBBS200T cabinet and connected to the TEC cooler.
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PWR port TEC cooler port FAN1/FAN_EXT port

In the APM30H and TMC11H, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fans in the fan box. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fan on the right side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_EXT, which is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the TEC cooler. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN2, which is connected to the fan on the left side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_INT, which is connected to the inner air circulation fan on the TEC cooler.

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LEDs
Table 4-28 describes the LEDs on the CMUA. Table 4-28 LEDs Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The board is functional and is communicating with the BBU properly. The board is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the board does not communicate with the BBU for over one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The board is faulty (if it is not in the poweron check state). No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board must be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined.

On or off ALM Red Off On Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

DIP Switches
On the CMUA, there are three DIP switches, which are used to set the working mode of the CMUA according to the cabinet type. Figure 4-24 shows the DIP switches on the CMUA. Figure 4-24 DIP switches on the CMUA

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The DIP switches in different types of cabinet are set in different modes, as shown in Figure 4-25. Figure 4-25 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets

NOTE

The red rectangle in Figure 4-25 shows the position for connecting to the jumper cap.

4.3.3 DRFU
The Double Radio Frequency Unit (DRFU) is a dual-density RF unit. A DRFU processes two carriers.

Panel
There are two types of DRFU, that is, the DRFU of 900 MHz and DRFU of 1800 MHz, of which the panels are shown in Figure 4-26 and Figure 4-27.

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Figure 4-26 Panel of the DRFU of 900 MHz

RX1/IN

RX1/OUT

ANT1

RX2/IN

RX2/OUT

RST

ANT2

RUN ACT CPRI0

ALM VSWR CPRI1

PWR

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Figure 4-27 Panel of the DRFU of 1800 MHz

NOTE

The DRFU of 1800 MHz is supported by V300R009 and later versions.

Functions
The DRFU performs modulation, demodulation, data processing, and combining and dividing for baseband signals and RF signals. Both the DRFU of 900 MHz and DRFU of 1800 MHz perform the following functions:
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Performs reverse power detection. Synthesizes frequencies and tests loops. Generates the CPRI clock, recovers the CPRI clock from loss of synchronization, and detects alarms.

In addition, the DRFU of 900 MHz can be equipped with the Frequency Domain Reflectometer (FDR) to implement the accurate VSWR test. The modules inside the DRFU consist of the high-speed interface unit, signal processing unit, power amplifier, and dual-duplexer unit. Figure 4-28 shows the logical structure of the DRFU. Figure 4-28 Logical structure of the DRFU

The high-speed interface unit performs the following functions:


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Adapts the signals from the BBU to the signal processing unit. Adapts the signals from the signal processing unit to the BBU.

The signal processing unit consists of two uplink RX channels and two downlink TX channels.
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Down-converts the received RF signals to Intermediate Frequency (IF) signals. Amplifies the IF signals and performs IQ modulation. Performs analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion through the ADC. Performs digital sampling. Performs matched filtering. Performs Digital Automatic Gain Control (DAGC). Encapsulates the data. Processes the signals (timing signals, control signals, and data signals) from the BBU and sends them to the associated units. Shapes and filters downlink signals. Performs digital-to-analog (D/A) conversion through the DAC and performs IQ modulation.
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Up-converts RF signals to the TX band.

The PA amplifies the low-power RF signals that are received from the signal processing unit. The dual-duplexer unit performs the following functions:
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Multiplexes the RX and TX signals of the RF channels. Enables the TX and RX signals to share the same antenna channel. Filters the RX and TX signals.

LEDs
There are six LEDs on the panel of the DRFU, indicating its operating status. Table 4-29 describes the status of the LEDs on the DRFU. Table 4-29 Status of the LEDs on the DRFU LED RUN Color Green State On On for 1s and off for 1s On for 0.125s and off for 0.125s Off ALM Red On On for 1s and off for 1s Meaning There is power supply, but the module is faulty. The module is functional. The module is loading software or is not started. There is no power supply, or the module is faulty. Alarms are generated, and the module needs to be replaced. Alarms are reported. The alarms may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the module needs to be replaced cannot be decided. No alarm is generated. The board works properly with the TX channel enabled. The module works properly with the TX channel disabled. The VSWR alarm is generated on the ANT1 port. The VSWR alarm is generated on the ANT2 port. The VSWR alarm is generated on the ANT1 and ANT2 ports. No VSWR alarm is reported.
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LED CPRI0

Color Red/Green

State Steady green Steady red On for 1s (red) and off for 1s Off

Meaning The CPRI link is functional. The optical module fails to receive signals. The CPRI link is out of lock. The SFP module is not in position or the optical module is powered off. The CPRI link is functional. The optical module fails to receive signals. The CPRI link is out of lock. The SFP module is not in position or the optical module is powered off.

CPRI1

Red/Green

Steady green Steady red On for 1s (red) and off for 1s Off

Ports
Table 4-30 describes the ports and sockets on the DRFU. Table 4-30 Ports and sockets on the DRFU Port Port for transceiving RF signals CPRI port Connector DIN female Label ANT1 ANT2 SFP female CPRI0 CPRI1 Interconnecti on port for receiving RF signals QMA female RX1/IN RX1/OUT RX2/IN RX2/OUT Power supply socket QMA 3V3 QMA female PWR FIXED UNCOMB
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Description Connecting to the antenna system

Connecting to the lower-level RFU during the cascading Connecting to the BBU, or the upperlevel RFU in cascading mode Diversity RX port in antenna channel 1 Diversity TX port in antenna channel 1 Diversity RX port in antenna channel 2 Diversity TX port in antenna channel 2 Used to lead in power Unique port of the DRFU of 1800 MHz, which is used to switch between the

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Port

Connector

Label COMB

Description combined transmission and divided transmission modes

4.3.4 GRFU
The GSM Radio Frequency Unit (GRFU) is designed on the basis of multi-transceiver technology. One GRFU supports 6 carriers outputs.

Panel
Figure 4-29 shows the GRFU panel. Figure 4-29 GRFU panel

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The GRFU performs modulation and demodulation between baseband signals and RF signals, processes data, and combines and divides signals. The GRFU has the following functions:
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Implements the direct frequency conversion technique in the transmit channel, modulates the baseband signals to GSM RF signals; then, sends the signals to the antenna for transmission through the duplex filter after filtering, amplifying, and combining the RF signals (the combining can be performed as required) Receives RF signals from the antenna and performs down-conversion, amplification, analog-to-digital conversion, digital down-conversion, matched filtering, and Automatic Gain Control (AGC), and then transmits the signals to the BBU for further processing Provides power control and Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) detection Provides reverse power detection Provides frequency synthesis and loopback test Generates the CPRI clock, recovers the CPRI clock of lost synchronization, and detects alarms

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The GRFU consists of the high-speed interface unit, signal processing unit, power amplifier, and duplexer. Figure 4-30shows the logical structure of the GRFU. Figure 4-30 Logical structure of the GRFU

The High-speed interface unit has the following functions:


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Transmits the signals received from the BBU to the signal processing unit Transmits the signals received from the signal processing unit to the BBU

The signal processing unit consists of two UL RX channels and one DL TX channel.
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Performs down-conversion of the RF signals to IF signals Amplifies the IF signals and performs IQ demodulation Performs analog-to-digital conversion through the ADC Samples digital signals
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Performs matched filtering Performs Digital Automatic Gain Control (DAGC) Encapsulates data Processes the clock signals, control signals, and data signals from the BBU and sends them to associated units Shapes and filters DL signals Performs digital-to-analog conversion through the DAC and performs IQ modulation Performs up-conversion of RF signals to the transmit band

The DL TX channel has the following functions:

The power amplifier amplifies the low-power RF signals from the signal processing unit. The duplexer has the following functions:
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Multiplexes the RX signals and TX signals Enables RX signals and TX signals to share one antenna channel Filters RX signals and TX signals

LEDs
The six LEDs on the GRFU panel indicate the operating status of the GRFU. Table 4-31 describes the LEDs on the GRFU panel. Table 4-31 LEDs on the GRFU panel Label RUN Color Green ON OFF ON for 1s and OFF for 1s ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s ALM Red ON Blinking (ON for 1s and OFF for 1s) State Description The power input is normal, but the module is faulty. There is no power input, or the module is faulty. The module runs properly. The module is loading software or is not started. An alarm is generated, and the module needs to be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the fault of the related module or port. Therefore, whether the module needs to be replaced cannot be determined. No alarm is generated. The module works properly (the TX channel is set to ON).
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Color

State ON for 1s and OFF for 1s

Description The module is running (the TX channel is set to OFF). A VSWR-related alarm is generated at the ANT_TX/RXA port. A VSWR-related alarm is generated at the ANT_RXB port. A VSWR-related alarm is generated at the ANT_TX/RXA and ANT_RXB ports. No VSWR alarm is generated. The CPRI links are normal. The reception of the optical module is abnormal, and an alarm is generated. The CPRI link has a loss-of-lock error. The SFP is out of position, or the optical module is powered off. The CPRI links are normal. The reception of the optical module is abnormal, and an alarm is generated. The CPRI link has a loss-of-lock error. The SFP is out of position, or the optical module is powered off.

VSWR

Red

ON (red) Blinking (ON for 1s and OFF for 1s) Blinking (ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s) OFF (red)

CPRI0

Red/Green

On (green) On (red) ON for 1s and OFF for 1s (red) OFF

CPRI1

Red/Green

On (green) On (red) ON for 1s and OFF for 1s (red) OFF

Ports
Table 4-32 describes the ports on the GRFU panel. Table 4-32 Ports on the GRFU panel Port RF port Label ANT_RXB ANT_TX/ RXA CPRI CPRI0 Connector DIN DIN SFP female Description RF RX port, connected to the antenna system RF TX/RX port, connected to the antenna system Connected to the BBU, or the upper-level RFU during the cascading
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Label CPRI1

Connector SFP female QMA female QMA female 3V3 power RJ-45

Description Connected to the lower-level RFU during the cascading Input port of diversity signals in the antenna channel Output port of diversity signals in the antenna channel Feeding power Monitoring port

Interconnectio n port for RF RX signals

RX_INB RX_OUTA PWR MON

Power supply socket Monitoring port

4.3.5 ELU
The Electronic Label Unit (ELU) automatically reports the information about the cabinet type, facilitating fast troubleshooting. The ELU is on the left inner side of the IBBS200D or IBBS200T or on the right inner side of the APM30H, TMC11H, or RFC. Figure 4-31 shows the ELU. Figure 4-31 ELU

(1) Housing

(2) RJ-45 port

4.3.6 Door Status Sensor


The door status sensor monitors the opening and closing of the front door of the cabinet. The door status sensor consists of the magnet part and switch part.
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Figure 4-32 shows the magnet part of the door status sensor. Figure 4-32 Magnet part of the door status sensor

Figure 4-33 shows the switch part of the door status sensor. Figure 4-33 Switch part of the door status sensor

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4.4 APM30H Components


The components of the APM30H consist of the fan box, power equipment (AC/DC), core of the heat exchanger, junction box, Electronic Label Unit (ELU), heater, and Service Outlet Unit (SOU). The heater and the SOU are optional. 4.4.1 Fan Box The fan box consists of the fan subrack, fans, HPMI, and CMUA. 4.4.2 Power Equipment (AC/DC) The power equipment (AC/DC) converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC power into -48 V DC power. 4.4.3 GATM The GSM Antenna and TMA control Module (GATM) controls the antenna and TMA. 4.4.4 Core of the Heat Exchanger The core of the heat exchanger extends the area for the exchange of the air inside and outside the cabinet, speeding up the air circulation and effectively decreasing the working temperature of the cabinet. In addition, the core of the heat exchanger keeps the dust away from the cabinet. 4.4.5 Junction Box The junction box divides one AC input into four AC outputs. The AC outputs are used for the SOU and multiple heating films or heaters. 4.4.6 ELU The Electronic Label Unit (ELU) automatically reports the information about the cabinet type, facilitating fast troubleshooting. 4.4.7 Door Status Sensor The door status sensor monitors the opening and closing of the front door of the cabinet. 4.4.8 Heater The heater provides proper operating temperature for the customer equipment working in the cabinet in low temperature. The heater is optional. 4.4.9 SOU The Service Outlet Unit (SOU) feeds AC power to the customer equipment. The SOU is optional.

4.4.1 Fan Box


The fan box consists of the fan subrack, fans, HPMI, and CMUA. Figure 4-34 shows the fan box.

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Figure 4-34 Fan Box

(1) Fan

(2) Fan subrack

(3) CMUA

(4) HPMI

Fan
The fan is installed in the fan box of the cabinet. It dissipates the heat for the cabinet.

Exterior
Figure 4-35 shows a fan. Figure 4-35 Fan

Technical Specifications
Table 4-33 describes the technical specifications of the fan. Table 4-33 Technical specifications of the fan Item Dimensions (Diameter x Height)
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Item Length of the lead


NOTE The lead is delivered with the fan and is used for power input and monitoring.

Specification 450 mm

Definition of pins 1 to 4 of the lead

Pin 1: red, connected to the positive pole of the power supply Pin 2: yellow, connected to the input of the speed-adjusting signals Pin 3: blue, connected to the output of the alarm or speed signals Pin 4: black, connected to the negative pole of the power supply

NOTE The colors of the cables of the fans vary according to the manufacturer.

Rated voltage Operating voltage range Rated current Maximum current Rated power Maximum power Rated speed Speed-adjusting mode

-48 V -36 V to -57 V 0.52 A 0.77 A 24.96 W 36.96 W 3100 r/min PWM mode

HPMI
The Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI) is the power monitoring signal transfer cable, which provides input and output ports for alarm signals.

Exterior
Figure 4-36 shows the HPMI. Figure 4-36 HPMI

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Ports
Figure 4-37 shows the ports on the panel of the HPMI. Table 4-34 lists the specifications of the ports on the panel. Figure 4-37 Ports on the panel of the HPMI

Table 4-34 Specifications of the ports on the panel of the HPMI Port PMU_DB50 OUT0, OUT1 IN0, IN1, IN2 FUSE GATE IN3, IN4 TEM_BAT1 SMOKE WATER TEM_HUM Description Transfers the power monitoring signals to the PMU Boolean signal port used to provide two Boolean signal inputs Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Monitors the fuse Provides alarm signals of the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide two Boolean signal inputs Provides the temperature monitoring signals of the batteries Provides alarm signals of the smoke sensor Provides alarm signals of the water sensor Provides alarm signals of the temperature and humidity sensor

CMUA
This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA).

Functions
The CMUA has the following functions:
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Adjusts and controls the temperature of the cabinet in different temperature control modes.
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Reserves ports for detecting three Boolean inputs in the cabinet. The remote detection, however, is not supported. Provides a port for the RJ-45 connector to check the electronic label and cabinet type.

Ports
Figure 4-38 shows the ports and LEDs on the CMUA. Figure 4-38 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA

(1) TEM/TEM_BAT port (5) ELU port (9) IN2 port (13) TEC cooler port

(2) COM_OUT port (6) GATE port (10) SMOKE port (14) FAN1/FAN_EXT port

(3) COM_IN port (7) IN0 port (11) FAN_EXT port (15) FAN2/FAN_INT port

(4) LEDs (8) IN1 port (12) PWR port -

Table 4-35 describes the ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA. Table 4-35 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA Port TEM/TEM_BAT port Description
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The port is reserved in the APM30H and TMC11H. In the RFC, the silkscreen of the port is TEM, which is connected to the temperature sensor. In the IBBS200D or IBBS200T, the silkscreen of the port is TEM_BAT, which is connected to the temperature sensor of batteries.

COM_OUT port

RS485 signal port connected to the PMU or lower-level CMUA and used to receive monitoring information

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Port COM_IN port

Description RS485 signal port connected to the BBU or upper-level CMUA and used to report monitoring information
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RUN LED: indicating the running status of the fans ALM LED: indicating the alarm status of the fans

Table 4-36 describes the LEDs and their status. ELU port GATE port IN0, IN1, IN2 SMOKE port FAN_EXT port Connected to the ELU and used to report the cabinet type Boolean signal port connected to the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Connected to the smoke sensor This port is used only in the APM30H and TMC11H. It is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the front door of the cabinet. Power input port feeding DC input power into the board This port is used only in the IBBS200T cabinet and connected to the TEC cooler.
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PWR port TEC cooler port FAN1/FAN_EXT port

In the APM30H and TMC11H, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fans in the fan box. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fan on the right side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_EXT, which is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the TEC cooler. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN2, which is connected to the fan on the left side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_INT, which is connected to the inner air circulation fan on the TEC cooler.

FAN2/FAN_INT port

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LEDs
Table 4-36 describes the LEDs on the CMUA. Table 4-36 LEDs Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The board is functional and is communicating with the BBU properly. The board is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the board does not communicate with the BBU for over one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The board is faulty (if it is not in the poweron check state). No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board must be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined.

On or off ALM Red Off On Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

DIP Switches
On the CMUA, there are three DIP switches, which are used to set the working mode of the CMUA according to the cabinet type. Figure 4-39 shows the DIP switches on the CMUA. Figure 4-39 DIP switches on the CMUA

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The DIP switches in different types of cabinet are set in different modes, as shown in Figure 4-40. Figure 4-40 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets

NOTE

The red rectangle in Figure 4-40 shows the position for connecting to the jumper cap.

4.4.2 Power Equipment (AC/DC)


The power equipment (AC/DC) converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC power into -48 V DC power.

Components of the Power Equipment (AC/DC)


The power equipment (AC/DC) consists of the PMU, PSU (AC/DC), and EPS. Figure 4-41 shows the power equipment (AC/DC).

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Figure 4-41 Power equipment (AC/DC)

(1) PMU

(2) PSU

(3) EPS

(4) Power output terminal of RFC1 (5) Power output terminal of RFC2 (6) Power supply terminal of batteries (7) Spare part box containing fuses (8) Extraction tool -

Table 4-37 describes the components of the power equipment (AC/DC). Table 4-37 Components of the power equipment (AC/DC) Module EPS PMU PSU Description For details, see EPS Subrack. For details, see PMU. For details, see PSU (AC/DC).

EPS Subrack
There are two types of Embedded Power System (EPS) subracks, that is, the EPS subrack with 110 V AC input and EPS subrack with 220 V AC input.

Exterior
As shown in Figure 4-42, the EPS subrack with 110 V AC input and the EPS subrack with 220 V AC input have the same appearance.

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Figure 4-42 EPS subrack

(1) AC OUTPUT (5) AC OUTPUT circuit breaker (9) TMC circuit breaker

(2) AC INPUT

(3) AC surge protector

(4) PSU circuit breaker

(6) Battery circuit breaker (7) RFC1 circuit breaker (8) RFC2 circuit breaker (10) Fuse (11) DC output terminal (12) Power output terminal for RFC1 (16) Spare part box containing fuses -

(13) Power output terminal (14) Output terminal for (15) Lithium battery for RFC2 the batteries control switch (17) Extraction tool -

Function
The EPS provides AC power distribution and DC power distribution.
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Provides two AC outputs, one for the Service Outlet Unit (SOU) and the other for the junction box on the left of the cabinet. After the power distribution through the AC power distribution box, four AC outputs are supplied to the heater or heating film. Reports the AC input surge protection alarms.

Provides 12 DC outputs for the separated macro base station.

Table 4-38 lists the DC power distribution functions of the EPS of the APM30H used for a separated macro base station.

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Table 4-38 DC power distribution functions of the EPS of the APM30H used for a separated macro base station DC Power To... RFC DC Output Terminal Protection Componen t Circuit breaker Specificati on 80 A Quantity DC Output Terminal Type Power series 120 connector (blue) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

TMC FAN BBU IBBS Transmissio n equipment Battery

TMC LOAD0 LOAD1 and LOAD2 LOAD3 LOAD4 to LOAD7 Circuit breaker Fuse

25 A 15 A

1 1 2 1

5A 100 A

4 1 Power series 120 connector (grey)

PMU
The Power Monitoring Unit (PMU) provides the functions of power system and battery management, power monitoring, and alarm reporting.

Functions
The PMU performs the following functions:
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Figure 4-43 shows the PMU.

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Figure 4-43 PMU

Ports and LEDs


Figure 4-44 shows the ports on the front panel of the PMU. Figure 4-45 shows the rear panel of the PMU. Figure 4-44 Ports on the front panel of the PMU

(1) COM_IN port (3) COM_OUT port (5) COM_485 port (7) COM port

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Figure 4-45 Rear panel of the PMU

(1) Backplane port

Table 4-39 lists the ports of the PMU. Table 4-39 Ports of the PMU Port COM_IN port COM_OUT port COM_485 port Battery control switch Description RS485 signal port communicating with the host or upper-level equipment RS485 signal port communicating with the lower-level equipment RS485 signal port communicating with the battery cabinet With the ON and OFF control ports, the switch controls connection to or disconnection from batteries.
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Table 4-40 lists the LEDs on the panel of the PMU. Table 4-40 LEDs on the panel of the PMU Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The PMU is functional and communicating with the BBU properly. The PMU is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the PMU does not communicate with the BBU for one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The PMU is faulty (when it is not in the power-on self-check state). The base station reports at least one of the following types of alarms:
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Mains failure alarm (including mains phase loss). Mains power overvoltage or undervoltage Busbar overvoltage or undervoltage Charging overcurrent Battery power-off alarm Battery group loop failure alarm Environmental temperature alarm Environmental humidity alarm PSU alarm Load power-off

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No alarm is generated.

NOTE

Within 3s to 5s after the PMU is powered on, the ALM and RUN LEDs are on at the same time for about 3s.

DIP Switch
The DIP switch is located on the right of the PMU. The DIP switch has eight bits. The four least significant bits (1, 2, 3, and 4) define the monitoring address of the PMU. The four most significant bits (5, 6, 7, and 8) are not defined, and they are reserved for future use. ON indicates the value 1, and OFF indicates the value 0. The default monitoring address of the PMU is set to 3 before delivery, as shown in Figure 4-46.
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Figure 4-46 DIP switch on the right of the PMU

NOTE

When two PMUs share the same bus in the case that two or more APM30Hs are configured in a base station, the monitored address of the other PMU is set to 4.

PSU (AC/DC)
The Power Supply Unit (PSU) converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC power into -48 V DC power.

Functions
The PSU (AC/DC) implements the following functions:
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Converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC into -48 V DC power Monitors the alarms related to module faults (such as output overvoltage, no output, and fan faults), alarms related to module protection (such as overtemperature protection and input overvoltage/undervoltage protection), and module not-in-position alarm

Panel
Figure 4-47 shows the panel of the PSU (AC/DC).

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Figure 4-47 Panel of the PSU (AC/DC)

(1) Power LED (2) Protection LED (3) Fault LED

LEDs
Table 4-41 describes the LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC). Table 4-41 LEDs on the panel of the PSU (AC/DC) Label Power LED Color Green Status On Off Description The PSU is normal. There are faults (such as no AC input, or overvoltage and undervoltage of AC input) related to the mains, or the PSU has no output. The PSU is normal. Temperature prewarning The PSU is normal, or the PSU has no output because of the faults (such as no AC input, or overvoltage and undervoltage of AC input) related to the mains.
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Off On

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Color

Status On

Description The PSU has no output because of output overvoltage shutdown, fan fault, overtemperature shutdown, remote shutdown, or internal problems of the PSU.

4.4.3 GATM
The GSM Antenna and TMA control Module (GATM) controls the antenna and TMA.

Panel
Figure 4-48 shows the GATM panel. Figure 4-48 GATM panel

Function
The GATM has the following functions:
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Controlling the RET antenna Supplying power to the TMA Reporting the RET control signal alarms Monitoring the current from the feeder
NOTE

The GATM cannot support the TMA and RET antenna simultaneously.

LED
On the GATM there are three LEDs, which indicate the operating status of the GATM. Table 4-42 describes the LEDs on the GATM.

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Table 4-42 LEDs on the GATM LED RUN Color Green Status ON for 2s and OFF for 2s Description The power supply is normal, but the communication with the BBU incurs faults. The module is functional and communicates with the BBU properly. There is no power supply, or the module is faulty. The AISG link is available. The AISG link is unavailable. The AISG link is in transmission state. An alarm is generated, such as an overcurrent alarm. The module is functional.

ON for 1s and OFF for 1s

OFF ACT Green ON OFF Blinking irregularly ALM Red ON OFF

Port ID
There are eight ports on the GATM, of which six are used to supply power to the TMA or transmit the RET control signals, one is used to connect the GATM to the BBU, and one is used as an extended RS485 port. In addition, there is also a -48 V DC power supply socket. Table 4-43 describes the ports and socket on the GATM. Table 4-43 Ports and socket on the GATM Port ID ANT0 to ANT5 COM1 COM2 -48 V Connector SMA female connector RJ-45 connector RJ-45 connector 3V3 power connector Function Providing power and transmitting control signals for the RET antenna Connecting to the BBU Serving as an extended RS485 port for connecting to other devices Feeding -48 V DC power

4.4.4 Core of the Heat Exchanger


The core of the heat exchanger extends the area for the exchange of the air inside and outside the cabinet, speeding up the air circulation and effectively decreasing the working temperature of the cabinet. In addition, the core of the heat exchanger keeps the dust away from the cabinet.
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Exterior
The core of the heat exchanger is positioned on the inner side of the front door of the APM30H cabinet. Figure 4-49 shows the core of the heat exchanger. Figure 4-49 Core of the heat exchanger

4.4.5 Junction Box


The junction box divides one AC input into four AC outputs. The AC outputs are used for the SOU and multiple heating films or heaters.

Exterior
The junction box is on the left inner side of the APM30H. Figure 4-50 shows the junction box.

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Figure 4-50 Junction box

Structure
Figure 4-51 shows the structure of the junction box. Figure 4-51 Structure of the junction box

(1) L wiring terminals for four AC (2) N wiring terminals for four AC (3) PE wiring terminals for four AC outputs outputs outputs (4) Cable holes (5) N wiring terminals for the AC input (6) L wiring terminal for the AC input

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4.4.6 ELU
The Electronic Label Unit (ELU) automatically reports the information about the cabinet type, facilitating fast troubleshooting. The ELU is on the left inner side of the IBBS200D or IBBS200T or on the right inner side of the APM30H, TMC11H, or RFC. Figure 4-52 shows the ELU. Figure 4-52 ELU

(1) Housing

(2) RJ-45 port

4.4.7 Door Status Sensor


The door status sensor monitors the opening and closing of the front door of the cabinet. The door status sensor consists of the magnet part and switch part. Figure 4-53 shows the magnet part of the door status sensor.

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Figure 4-53 Magnet part of the door status sensor

Figure 4-54 shows the switch part of the door status sensor. Figure 4-54 Switch part of the door status sensor

4.4.8 Heater
The heater provides proper operating temperature for the customer equipment working in the cabinet in low temperature. The heater is optional.

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Exterior
The heater is 1 U high. Figure 4-55 shows the heater. Figure 4-55 Heater

Technical Specifications
The technical specifications of the heater are as follows:
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When the temperature in the cabinet is lower than +1oC (with 6oC offset considered), the heater starts working. When the temperature in the cabinet is higher than +15oC (with 3oC offset considered), the heater stops working. The maximum heating power of the heater is 300 W.

4.4.9 SOU
The Service Outlet Unit (SOU) feeds AC power to the customer equipment. The SOU is optional.

Technical Specifications
Table 4-44 describes the technical specifications of the SOU. Table 4-44 Technical specifications of the SOU Item Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Input voltage range Maximum input current Output voltage range Maximum output current Operating frequency Operating temperature
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Specification 482.6 mm x 91 mm x 55 mm 1.5 kg 200 V AC to 240 V AC 10 A 200 V AC to 240 V AC 10 A 50 Hz or 60 Hz -40oC to + 55oC


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Item Altitude

Specification 4,000 m
NOTE Above the altitude of 3,000 m, the maximum operating temperature decreases by 1oC each time the altitude increases by 100 m.

Protection class

IP20

Exterior
Figure 4-56 shows the SOU. Figure 4-56 SOU

(1) Power supply socket

(2) Breaker

(3) Socket (Europe)

The SOU can be used for different types of sockets in different countries. The types of sockets that are supported are: North America, European standard, multi-standard, and UK types. Figure 4-57 shows the different types of sockets. Figure 4-57 Different types of sockets

4.5 IBBS200T Components


The components of the IBBS200T consist of the TEC cooler, power distribution box, CMUA, and batteries.
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4.5.1 TEC Cooler The TEC cooler is installed in the TEC cooler hood on the front door of the cabinet. The TEC cooler consists of the TEC module, inner air circulation fan, outer air circulation fan, cooling fin, and monitoring board. 4.5.2 Power Distribution Box The power distribution box (PDB), which converts and distributes power for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit, is installed on the right inner side in the upper part of the cabinet. 4.5.3 CMUA This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA). 4.5.4 Battery This section provides the exterior of batteries and describes technical specifications and types of batteries.

4.5.1 TEC Cooler


The TEC cooler is installed in the TEC cooler hood on the front door of the cabinet. The TEC cooler consists of the TEC module, inner air circulation fan, outer air circulation fan, cooling fin, and monitoring board.

Exterior
Figure 4-58 shows the TEC cooler. Figure 4-58 TEC cooler

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Functions
The TEC cooler implements the following functions:
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The TEC cooler obtains -48 V DC power from the EPS of the APM30H. When the ambient temperature is 50C without solar radiation and the battery is in the float charging state, the temperature in the cabinet is not greater than 40C. If the battery is in the boost charging state, the temperature is not greater than 45C. When the ambient temperature is 50C with solar radiation of 1120 W/m2 and the battery is in the float charging state, the temperature in the cabinet is not greater than 45C. If the battery is in the boost charging state, the temperature is not greater than 50C. When the ambient temperature is 32C and there is no temperature difference between the air inlets at the hot and cold sides of the TEC cooler, the refrigeration power of the TEC cooler is not less than 190 W (10%), and the COP is not less than 0.5.

4.5.2 Power Distribution Box


The power distribution box (PDB), which converts and distributes power for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit, is installed on the right inner side in the upper part of the cabinet.

Exterior
Figure 4-59 shows the PDB. Figure 4-59 PDB

External Structure
Figure 4-60 shows the external structure of the PDB.
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Figure 4-60 External structure of the PDB

(1) RTN(+) cable for the batteries in (2) Input power cable for the the upper part batteries (4) Input power cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (7) -48 V cable for the batteries in the lower part
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(3) Input power cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (6) Power transfer cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (9) RTN(+) cable for the batteries in the lower part

(5) Input power cable for the batteries (8) -48 V cable for the batteries in the upper part

The input power cables for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit can be connected to the PDB from the top or bottom in different scenarios. Figure 4-60 shows the cables connected to the PDB from the bottom.

4.5.3 CMUA
This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA).

Functions
The CMUA has the following functions:
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Adjusts and controls the temperature of the cabinet in different temperature control modes. Reserves ports for detecting three Boolean inputs in the cabinet. The remote detection, however, is not supported. Provides a port for the RJ-45 connector to check the electronic label and cabinet type.
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Ports
Figure 4-61 shows the ports and LEDs on the CMUA. Figure 4-61 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA

(1) TEM/TEM_BAT port (5) ELU port (9) IN2 port (13) TEC cooler port

(2) COM_OUT port (6) GATE port (10) SMOKE port (14) FAN1/FAN_EXT port

(3) COM_IN port (7) IN0 port (11) FAN_EXT port (15) FAN2/FAN_INT port

(4) LEDs (8) IN1 port (12) PWR port -

Table 4-45 describes the ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA. Table 4-45 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA Port TEM/TEM_BAT port Description
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The port is reserved in the APM30H and TMC11H. In the RFC, the silkscreen of the port is TEM, which is connected to the temperature sensor. In the IBBS200D or IBBS200T, the silkscreen of the port is TEM_BAT, which is connected to the temperature sensor of batteries.

COM_OUT port

RS485 signal port connected to the PMU or lower-level CMUA and used to receive monitoring information RS485 signal port connected to the BBU or upper-level CMUA and used to report monitoring information

COM_IN port

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Port LED

Description
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RUN LED: indicating the running status of the fans ALM LED: indicating the alarm status of the fans

Table 4-46 describes the LEDs and their status. ELU port GATE port IN0, IN1, IN2 SMOKE port FAN_EXT port Connected to the ELU and used to report the cabinet type Boolean signal port connected to the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Connected to the smoke sensor This port is used only in the APM30H and TMC11H. It is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the front door of the cabinet. Power input port feeding DC input power into the board This port is used only in the IBBS200T cabinet and connected to the TEC cooler.
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PWR port TEC cooler port FAN1/FAN_EXT port

In the APM30H and TMC11H, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fans in the fan box. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fan on the right side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_EXT, which is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the TEC cooler. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN2, which is connected to the fan on the left side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_INT, which is connected to the inner air circulation fan on the TEC cooler.

FAN2/FAN_INT port

LEDs
Table 4-46 describes the LEDs on the CMUA.
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Table 4-46 LEDs Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The board is functional and is communicating with the BBU properly. The board is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the board does not communicate with the BBU for over one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The board is faulty (if it is not in the poweron check state). No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board must be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined.

On or off ALM Red Off On Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

DIP Switches
On the CMUA, there are three DIP switches, which are used to set the working mode of the CMUA according to the cabinet type. Figure 4-62 shows the DIP switches on the CMUA. Figure 4-62 DIP switches on the CMUA

The DIP switches in different types of cabinet are set in different modes, as shown in Figure 4-63.
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Figure 4-63 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets

NOTE

The red rectangle in Figure 4-63 shows the position for connecting to the jumper cap.

4.5.4 Battery
This section provides the exterior of batteries and describes technical specifications and types of batteries.
NOTE

The exterior and technical specifications of the battery may vary according to manufacturer. The following description is based on common batteries.

Exterior
Figure 4-64 shows the battery. Figure 4-64 Battery

(1) A 12 V 50 Ah battery

(2) A 12 V 92 Ah battery

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Technical Specifications
Table 4-47 describes the technical specifications of the battery. Table 4-47 Technical specifications of the battery Type 12 V 50 Ah 12 V 92 Ah Dimensions (W x H x D) 105 mm x 227 mm x 390 mm 105 mm x 287 mm x 390 mm 108 mm x 287 mm x 393 mm Weight 21.5 kg 33.5 kg 35 kg

Configuration
The cabinet supports four types of battery packs: 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V 100 Ah, 48 V 92 Ah, and 48 V 184 Ah.
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The upper and lower 48 V 50 Ah battery packs can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 100 Ah power. The upper and lower 48 V 92 Ah battery packs can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 184 Ah power. Each battery pack contains four single batteries.

4.6 IBBS200D Components


The components of the IBBS200D consist of the fans, fan box, CMUA, power distribution box, batteries, and heating film. The heating film is optional. 4.6.1 Fan Box The fan box is installed on the front door of the cabinet and houses the fans and CMUA. 4.6.2 Power Distribution Box The power distribution box (PDB), which converts and distributes power for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit, is installed on the right inner side in the upper part of the cabinet. 4.6.3 CMUA This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA). 4.6.4 Battery This section provides the exterior of batteries and describes technical specifications and types of batteries. 4.6.5 Heating Film This section describes the exterior, functions, and technical specifications of the heating film. The heating film is optional.

4.6.1 Fan Box


The fan box is installed on the front door of the cabinet and houses the fans and CMUA.
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Exterior
Figure 4-65 shows the fan box. Figure 4-65 Fan box

Functions
The fan box implements the following functions:
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The fans speed up the circulation of the air inside and outside the cabinet and keep the temperature in the cabinet in a normal range, ensuring optimum performance of the batteries. The CMUA collects the alarm signals from the components such as the door status sensor, temperature sensor of the battery, fan, and smoke sensor. Then, the monitoring unit transmits the alarm signals to the PMU through the RS485 signals.

4.6.2 Power Distribution Box


The power distribution box (PDB), which converts and distributes power for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit, is installed on the right inner side in the upper part of the cabinet.

Exterior
Figure 4-66 shows the PDB.

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Figure 4-66 PDB

External Structure
Figure 4-67 shows the external structure of the PDB.

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Figure 4-67 External structure of the PDB

(1) RTN(+) cable for the batteries in (2) Input power cable for the the upper part batteries (4) Input power cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (7) -48 V cable for the batteries in the lower part
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(3) Input power cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (6) Power transfer cable for the TEC cooler or FAN unit (9) RTN(+) cable for the batteries in the lower part

(5) Input power cable for the batteries (8) -48 V cable for the batteries in the upper part

The input power cables for the batteries and TEC cooler or FAN unit can be connected to the PDB from the top or bottom in different scenarios. Figure 4-67 shows the cables connected to the PDB from the bottom.

4.6.3 CMUA
This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA).

Functions
The CMUA has the following functions:
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Adjusts and controls the temperature of the cabinet in different temperature control modes. Reserves ports for detecting three Boolean inputs in the cabinet. The remote detection, however, is not supported. Provides a port for the RJ-45 connector to check the electronic label and cabinet type.
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Ports
Figure 4-68 shows the ports and LEDs on the CMUA. Figure 4-68 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA

(1) TEM/TEM_BAT port (5) ELU port (9) IN2 port (13) TEC cooler port

(2) COM_OUT port (6) GATE port (10) SMOKE port (14) FAN1/FAN_EXT port

(3) COM_IN port (7) IN0 port (11) FAN_EXT port (15) FAN2/FAN_INT port

(4) LEDs (8) IN1 port (12) PWR port -

Table 4-48 describes the ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA. Table 4-48 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA Port TEM/TEM_BAT port Description
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The port is reserved in the APM30H and TMC11H. In the RFC, the silkscreen of the port is TEM, which is connected to the temperature sensor. In the IBBS200D or IBBS200T, the silkscreen of the port is TEM_BAT, which is connected to the temperature sensor of batteries.

COM_OUT port

RS485 signal port connected to the PMU or lower-level CMUA and used to receive monitoring information RS485 signal port connected to the BBU or upper-level CMUA and used to report monitoring information

COM_IN port

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Port LED

Description
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RUN LED: indicating the running status of the fans ALM LED: indicating the alarm status of the fans

Table 4-49 describes the LEDs and their status. ELU port GATE port IN0, IN1, IN2 SMOKE port FAN_EXT port Connected to the ELU and used to report the cabinet type Boolean signal port connected to the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Connected to the smoke sensor This port is used only in the APM30H and TMC11H. It is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the front door of the cabinet. Power input port feeding DC input power into the board This port is used only in the IBBS200T cabinet and connected to the TEC cooler.
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PWR port TEC cooler port FAN1/FAN_EXT port

In the APM30H and TMC11H, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fans in the fan box. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fan on the right side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_EXT, which is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the TEC cooler. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN2, which is connected to the fan on the left side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_INT, which is connected to the inner air circulation fan on the TEC cooler.

FAN2/FAN_INT port

LEDs
Table 4-49 describes the LEDs on the CMUA.
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Table 4-49 LEDs Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The board is functional and is communicating with the BBU properly. The board is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the board does not communicate with the BBU for over one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The board is faulty (if it is not in the poweron check state). No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board must be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined.

On or off ALM Red Off On Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

DIP Switches
On the CMUA, there are three DIP switches, which are used to set the working mode of the CMUA according to the cabinet type. Figure 4-69 shows the DIP switches on the CMUA. Figure 4-69 DIP switches on the CMUA

The DIP switches in different types of cabinet are set in different modes, as shown in Figure 4-70.
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Figure 4-70 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets

NOTE

The red rectangle in Figure 4-70 shows the position for connecting to the jumper cap.

4.6.4 Battery
This section provides the exterior of batteries and describes technical specifications and types of batteries.
NOTE

The exterior and technical specifications of the battery may vary according to manufacturer. The following description is based on common batteries.

Exterior
Figure 4-71 shows the battery. Figure 4-71 Battery

(1) A 12 V 50 Ah battery

(2) A 12 V 92 Ah battery

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Technical Specifications
Table 4-50 describes the technical specifications of the battery. Table 4-50 Technical specifications of the battery Type 12 V 50 Ah 12 V 92 Ah Dimensions (W x H x D) 105 mm x 227 mm x 390 mm 105 mm x 287 mm x 390 mm 108 mm x 287 mm x 393 mm Weight 21.5 kg 33.5 kg 35 kg

Configuration
The cabinet supports four types of battery packs: 48 V 50 Ah, 48 V 100 Ah, 48 V 92 Ah, and 48 V 184 Ah.
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The upper and lower 48 V 50 Ah battery packs can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 100 Ah power. The upper and lower 48 V 92 Ah battery packs can be connected in parallel to provide 48 V 184 Ah power. Each battery pack contains four single batteries.

4.6.5 Heating Film


This section describes the exterior, functions, and technical specifications of the heating film. The heating film is optional.
NOTE

The IBBS200D has two heating films, which are installed on the upper and lower baffle plates.

Exterior
Figure 4-72 shows the heating film. Figure 4-72 Heating film

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Functions
The heating film ensures that the batteries are stored and function at the proper temperature when the ambient temperature is low. When the ambient temperature is lower than the normal working temperature of the battery, the battery capacity decreases. In this case, the heating film is required to guarantee the best performance of the batteries.

Technical Specifications
The technical specifications of the heating film are as follows:
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The heating film works with the rated voltage of 220 V AC, and the rated heating power is 100 W. When the ambient temperature is lower than 0oC, the heating film starts working; when the ambient temperature is higher than 15oC, the heating film stops working. The surface of the heating film can tolerate a temperature from -40oC to +250oC.

4.7 TMC11H Components


The components of the TMC11H consist of the fan box, DCDU-03, and heater. The heater is optional. 4.7.1 Fan Box The fan box consists of the fan subrack, fans, HPMI, and CMUA. 4.7.2 DCDU-03 The Direct Current Distribution Unit-03 (DCDU-03) supplies DC power to each component in the cabinet. The height of the DCDU-03 is 1 U. It can be classified into the DCDU-03B and DCDU-03C according to the configured MCBs and application scenarios. The two models have the same exterior, engineering specifications, and ports. 4.7.3 Heater The heater provides proper operating temperature for the customer equipment working in the cabinet in low temperature. The heater is optional.

4.7.1 Fan Box


The fan box consists of the fan subrack, fans, HPMI, and CMUA. Figure 4-73 shows the fan box.

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Figure 4-73 Fan Box

(1) Fan

(2) Fan subrack

(3) CMUA

(4) HPMI

Fan
The fan is installed in the fan box of the cabinet. It dissipates the heat for the cabinet.

Exterior
Figure 4-74 shows a fan. Figure 4-74 Fan

Technical Specifications
Table 4-51 describes the technical specifications of the fan. Table 4-51 Technical specifications of the fan Item Dimensions (Diameter x Height)
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Item Length of the lead


NOTE The lead is delivered with the fan and is used for power input and monitoring.

Specification 450 mm

Definition of pins 1 to 4 of the lead

Pin 1: red, connected to the positive pole of the power supply Pin 2: yellow, connected to the input of the speed-adjusting signals Pin 3: blue, connected to the output of the alarm or speed signals Pin 4: black, connected to the negative pole of the power supply

NOTE The colors of the cables of the fans vary according to the manufacturer.

Rated voltage Operating voltage range Rated current Maximum current Rated power Maximum power Rated speed Speed-adjusting mode

-48 V -36 V to -57 V 0.52 A 0.77 A 24.96 W 36.96 W 3100 r/min PWM mode

HPMI
The Hert Power Monitoring Interface unit (HPMI) is the power monitoring signal transfer cable, which provides input and output ports for alarm signals.

Exterior
Figure 4-75 shows the HPMI. Figure 4-75 HPMI

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Ports
Figure 4-76 shows the ports on the panel of the HPMI. Table 4-52 lists the specifications of the ports on the panel. Figure 4-76 Ports on the panel of the HPMI

Table 4-52 Specifications of the ports on the panel of the HPMI Port PMU_DB50 OUT0, OUT1 IN0, IN1, IN2 FUSE GATE IN3, IN4 TEM_BAT1 SMOKE WATER TEM_HUM Description Transfers the power monitoring signals to the PMU Boolean signal port used to provide two Boolean signal inputs Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Monitors the fuse Provides alarm signals of the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide two Boolean signal inputs Provides the temperature monitoring signals of the batteries Provides alarm signals of the smoke sensor Provides alarm signals of the water sensor Provides alarm signals of the temperature and humidity sensor

CMUA
This section describes the Central Monitoring Unit type A (CMUA).

Functions
The CMUA has the following functions:
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Reserves ports for detecting three Boolean inputs in the cabinet. The remote detection, however, is not supported. Provides a port for the RJ-45 connector to check the electronic label and cabinet type.

Ports
Figure 4-77 shows the ports and LEDs on the CMUA. Figure 4-77 Ports and LEDs on the CMUA

(1) TEM/TEM_BAT port (5) ELU port (9) IN2 port (13) TEC cooler port

(2) COM_OUT port (6) GATE port (10) SMOKE port (14) FAN1/FAN_EXT port

(3) COM_IN port (7) IN0 port (11) FAN_EXT port (15) FAN2/FAN_INT port

(4) LEDs (8) IN1 port (12) PWR port -

Table 4-53 describes the ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA. Table 4-53 Ports and LEDs on the panel of the CMUA Port TEM/TEM_BAT port Description
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The port is reserved in the APM30H and TMC11H. In the RFC, the silkscreen of the port is TEM, which is connected to the temperature sensor. In the IBBS200D or IBBS200T, the silkscreen of the port is TEM_BAT, which is connected to the temperature sensor of batteries.

COM_OUT port

RS485 signal port connected to the PMU or lower-level CMUA and used to receive monitoring information

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Port COM_IN port

Description RS485 signal port connected to the BBU or upper-level CMUA and used to report monitoring information
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RUN LED: indicating the running status of the fans ALM LED: indicating the alarm status of the fans

Table 4-54 describes the LEDs and their status. ELU port GATE port IN0, IN1, IN2 SMOKE port FAN_EXT port Connected to the ELU and used to report the cabinet type Boolean signal port connected to the door status sensor Boolean signal port used to provide three Boolean signal inputs Connected to the smoke sensor This port is used only in the APM30H and TMC11H. It is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the front door of the cabinet. Power input port feeding DC input power into the board This port is used only in the IBBS200T cabinet and connected to the TEC cooler.
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PWR port TEC cooler port FAN1/FAN_EXT port

In the APM30H and TMC11H, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fans in the fan box. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN1, which is connected to the fan on the right side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_EXT, which is connected to the outer air circulation fan on the TEC cooler. In the RFC and IBBS200D, the silkscreen of this port is FAN2, which is connected to the fan on the left side of the fan box. In the IBBS200T, the silkscreen of this port is FAN_INT, which is connected to the inner air circulation fan on the TEC cooler.

FAN2/FAN_INT port

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LEDs
Table 4-54 describes the LEDs on the CMUA. Table 4-54 LEDs Label RUN Color Green State Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s) Blinking (on for 0.125s and off for 0.125s) Description The board is functional and is communicating with the BBU properly. The board is functional, but its communication with the BBU fails. If the board does not communicate with the BBU for over one minute, the communication is regarded as failed. The board is faulty (if it is not in the poweron check state). No alarm is generated. An alarm is generated, and the board must be replaced. An alarm is generated. The alarm may be caused by the faults of the related boards or ports. Therefore, whether the board needs to be replaced cannot be determined.

On or off ALM Red Off On Blinking (on for 1s and off for 1s)

DIP Switches
On the CMUA, there are three DIP switches, which are used to set the working mode of the CMUA according to the cabinet type. Figure 4-78 shows the DIP switches on the CMUA. Figure 4-78 DIP switches on the CMUA

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The DIP switches in different types of cabinet are set in different modes, as shown in Figure 4-79. Figure 4-79 DIP switch settings of the CMUA in different cabinets

NOTE

The red rectangle in Figure 4-79 shows the position for connecting to the jumper cap.

4.7.2 DCDU-03
The Direct Current Distribution Unit-03 (DCDU-03) supplies DC power to each component in the cabinet. The height of the DCDU-03 is 1 U. It can be classified into the DCDU-03B and DCDU-03C according to the configured MCBs and application scenarios. The two models have the same exterior, engineering specifications, and ports.

Exterior
Figure 4-80 shows the DCDU-03. Figure 4-80 DCDU-03

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Functions
The DCDU-03 provides nine -48 V DC outputs and different MCB configurations to meet the power distribution requirements of the scenarios of distributed and separated base stations. Table 4-55 describes the DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03. Table 4-55 DC power distribution functions of the DCDU-03 DCDU Model DC Output Terminal Power Consumpti on Equipment RRU BBU and the transmission equipment of the customer Transmissio n equipment of the customer BBU Transmissio n equipment of the customer Fan box MCB Specificati on 20 A 12 A MCB Quantity Applicatio n Scenario

DCDU-03B

LOAD0 to LOAD5 LOAD6 to LOAD8

6 3

Distributed base station/ Mini base station

DCDU-03C

LOAD0 to LOAD5

12 A

LOAD6 LOAD7

12 A 6A

1 1

Separated macro base station in the -48 V DC power supply/ Transmissio n cabinet

LOAD8

6A

Ports
Figure 4-81 describes the ports on the panel of the DCDU-03.

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Figure 4-81 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03

Table 4-56 describes the ports on the panel of the DCDU-03. Table 4-56 Ports on the panel of the DCDU-03 Port DC input terminal Specification Supports the M6 2-hole OT terminal Cross-Sectional Area (Unit: mm2)
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Remarks When the DCDU-03 is used in the transmission cabinet, the cross-sectional area of the output power cable is 4 mm2.
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DC output terminal

LOAD0 to LOAD8 (from left to right) LOAD0 to LOAD8

2.5

Three rows of wiring terminals for outputs: NEG(-), RTN(+), and PGND, where, the last three pairs of the PGND wiring terminals support the grounding of the M4 2-hole OT terminals, which are marked in red in Figure 4-81 Supports the output power cable with a maximum cross-sectional area of 6 mm2
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4.7.3 Heater
The heater provides proper operating temperature for the customer equipment working in the cabinet in low temperature. The heater is optional.

Exterior
The heater is 1 U high. Figure 4-82 shows the heater. Figure 4-82 Heater

Technical Specifications
The technical specifications of the heater are as follows:
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4.8 Overview of the DDF


This describes the structure, functions, features, and technical specifications of the DDF.

Structure
Figure 4-83 shows the structure of the DDF.

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Figure 4-83 Structure of the DDF

(1) Alarm module (2) Digital distribution module

(3) Digital distribution module

(4) Baffle plate (5) Wall-mounting pieces

Function
The DDF has the following functions:
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Transferring signals through the trunk cables between the communication devices and the transmission devices Transferring signals through the alarm cables between the communication devices and the external alarm devices

Feature
The DDF has the following features:
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Providing wall-mounting pieces and supporting the installations in a 19-inch cabinet and on a wall Transferring 16 alarm signals and eight E1s with each E1 grounded Supporting wire punching from the front

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Table 4-57 describes the technical specifications of the DDF. Table 4-57 Technical specifications of the DDF Item Dimensions (height x width x depth) Weight
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Item Working rate Characteristic impedance Inter-wire-bundle cross noise prevention class Insertion loss Return loss

Specification 2 Mbit/s 120 ohms 60 dB 0.4 dB 18 dB

4.9 EMUA
The Environment Monitoring Unit (EMUA) monitors the internal environment of the cabinet and reports related alarms. The EMUA is connected to the main equipment through alarm cables, monitoring the environment information of the equipment room and cabinet. The EMUA monitors the following items:
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Environment such as the temperature and humidity, water damage, and smoke Intrusion status through the infrared equipment and door status sensor Power distribution

For details about the structure and functions of the EMUA, see the EMUA User Guide.

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About This Chapter

BTS3900A Cables

The BTS3900A cables are the PGND cable, equipotential cable, power cable, transmission cable, CPRI cable, signal cable, and RF cable. 5.1 List of BTS3900A Cables The BTS3900A cables are the power cables, PGND cables, equipotential cables, transmission cables, signal cables, and RF cables. 5.2 BTS3900A PGND Cable The BTS3900A PGND cables are classified into the PGND cable for the cabinet and PGND cables for the internal modules. 5.3 BTS3900A Equipotential Cable The equipotential cables of the BTS3900A are used to connect the PGND terminals between cabinets to ensure the equal potential among all cabinets and the normal operation of the base station. 5.4 BTS3900A Power Cables The BTS3900A power cables are the input power cables for each cabinet and power cables for the BBU, RFU, fan box, and batteries in each cabinet. 5.5 BTS3900A Transmission Cables The BTS3900A transmission cables include the E1/T1 cable, E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable, FE/GE cable, and FE/GE surge protection transfer cable. 5.6 BTS3900A CPRI Cables This describes the BTS3900A CPRI electrical cables and connections of the cables in typical configurations. 5.7 BTS3900A Signal Cables The BTS3900A signal cables are the monitoring signal cables between cascaded CMUAs, temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC, door status monitoring cable, monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU, environment monitoring signal cable, monitoring signal transfer cable, ELU signal cable, APM30H door status monitoring cable, monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door, temperature sensor cable for the batteries, monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet, BBU alarm cable, GPS clock signal cable, and EMUA monitoring signal cable.
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5.8 BTS3900A RF Cables The BTS3900A RF cables are the RF jumpers and inter-RFU RF signal cables.

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5.1 List of BTS3900A Cables


The BTS3900A cables are the power cables, PGND cables, equipotential cables, transmission cables, signal cables, and RF cables.

Power Cables, PGND Cables, and Equipotential Cable


Table 5-1 lists the power cables, PGND cables, and equipotential cable. Table 5-1 Power cables, PGND cables, and equipotential cable Item Cable One End Connector Cables to be install ed on site 5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H (AC) 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H (AC) 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H (-48 V DC) 5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries OT terminal Installation Position EPS/AC INPUT The Other End Connector None Installation Position External power equipment

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector Parallel terminal

EPS/TMC

OT terminal

DCDU-03/ INPUT/RTN (+) and NEG (-)

DCDU-01/ SPARE2

Power series Power series 120 connector 120 connector (grey) (grey) of the EPS

OT terminal

Power distribution box in the IBBS200D or in the IBBS200T/ BAT/RTN(+) and NEG(-) DCDU-01/ INPUT/RTN (+) and NEG (-)

5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC (-48 V DC)

None

External power equipment

OT terminal

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Cable

One End Connector Installation Position EPS/LOAD3

The Other End Connector OT terminal Installation Position Power distribution box in the IBBS200D/ FAN/RTN(+) and NEG(-) Power distribution box in the IBBS200T/ TEC/RTN(+) and NEG(-) Junction box for the heating film in the IBBS200D/L and N EMUA/PWR1

5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

5.4.12 Power Cables for the TEC Cooler

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

EPS/LOAD3

OT terminal

5.4.14 Power Cable for the Heating Film

OT terminal

Junction box/ L1 and N1 or L2 and N2

OT terminal

5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA (AC) 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA (-48 V DC) 5.2 BTS3900A PGND Cable 5.3 BTS3900A Equipotential Cable Cables install ed before deliver y 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC (AC) 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable (AC)

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector OT terminal

EPS/LOAD7

Cord end terminal

DCDU-03/ LOAD7

OT terminal

Ground bar of the cabinet Ground bar of the upper cabinet

OT terminal

Ground busbar outside the cabinet Ground bar of the lower cabinet DCDU-01/ INPUT/RTN (+) and NEG (-) BBU/UPEU/ PWR

OT terminal

OT terminal

Power series EPS/Power 120 connector series 120 (blue) connector (blue) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector EPS/LOAD1

OT terminal

3V3 power connector

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Cable

One End Connector Installation Position DCDU-03/ LOAD6 Wiring unit of the PSU (DC/ DC)/DC OUTPUT/ LOAD1(-) and RTN (+) EPS/LOAD0

The Other End Connector Installation Position

5.4.6 BBU Power Cable (-48 V DC) Power cable for the DCDU-03

OT terminal

OT terminal

OT terminal

DCDU-03/ INPUT/NEG (-) and RTN (+)

5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H 5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC 5.4.13 Power Cable for the Heater

Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector OT terminal

3V3 power connector

Fan box in the APM30H/ PWR Fan box in the TMC11H/ PWR RFU0 to RFU5/PWR Fan box in the RFC/PWR

DCDU-03/ LOAD8

3V3 power connector

Parallel terminal Parallel terminal

DCDU-01/ RFU0 to RFU5 DCDU-01/ FAN

3V3 power connector 3V3 power connector

OT terminal

Junction box in the APM30H/L0, N0, and ground bar of the cabinet EPS/M4 ground screw, L1, and N1 (AC OUTPUT)

C13 connector

Heater/Power socket

5.4.15 Power Cable for the SOU

OT terminal

C13 connector

SOU/AC INPUT

Transmission Cables and CPRI Cables


Table 5-2 lists the transmission cables and CPRI cables.

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Table 5-2 Transmission cables and CPRI cables Item Cable One End Connecto r Cables to be install ed on site 5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable 5.5.4 FE/ GE Cable 5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable DB26 male connector RJ-45 connector SFP20 male connector Installation Position UELP/OUTSIDE The Other End Connect or None Installation Position External transmission equipment Router that is connected to the BSC
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UFLP/OUTSIDE/ FE0 BBU/GTMU/ CPRI0 to CPRI5

RJ-45 connector SFP20 male connector

Cables install ed before deliver y

DRFU0 to DRFU5/CPRI1 GRFU0 to GRFU5/CPRI0

5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable 5.5.5 FE/ GE Surge Protection Transfer Cable

DB26 connector

SLPU/UELP/ INSIDE

DB25 connector

GTMU or UTRP/ E1/T1

RJ-45 connector

BBU/GTMU/FE0

RJ-45 connector

SLPU/UFLP/ INSIDE/FE0

Signal Cables
Table 5-3 lists the signal cables. Table 5-3 Signal cables Item Cable One End Connecto r Cables to be install ed on site 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs RJ-45 connector Installation Position CMUA in the upper level/ COM_OUT The Other End Connect or RJ-45 connector Installation Position CMUA in the lower level/COM_IN

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One End Connecto r Installation Position IBBS200D or IBBS200T/ CMUA/COM_IN

The Other End Connect or RJ-45 connector Installation Position PMU/COM_485

5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet 5.7.14 GPS Clock Signal Cable 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable 5.7.13 BBU Alarm Cable Cables install ed before deliver y 5.7.3 Temperatu re Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU 5.7.6 Environme nt Monitoring Signal Cable

RJ-45 connector

SMA male connector

BBU/USCU/GPS

N-type female connector RJ-45 connector

GPS surge protector

RJ-45 connector

EMUA/RS485

PMU/COM_OUT

RJ-45 connector

BBU/UPEU or UEIU/ EXT_ALM0 or EXT_ALM1 Fan box in the RFC/CMUA/ TEM

RJ-45 connector

External alarm equipment

4-pin connector

Temperat ure sensor

Air inlet at the bottom of the RFC

RJ-45 connector

CMUA in the RFC/COM_IN CMUA in the APM30H/ COM_IN

RJ-45 connector

BBU in the RFC/ UPEU/MON0 BBU in the APM30H/ UPEU/MON1

DB50 male connector

PMU/COM

DB50 male connector

Fan box in the APM30H/HPMI/ PMU_DB50

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Cable

One End Connecto r Installation Position PMU/COM_IN

The Other End Connect or RJ-45 connector Installation Position Fan box in the APM30H/CMUA/ COM_IN

5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable 5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable 5.7.10 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Fan on the Front Door

RJ-45 connector

RJ-45 connector 2-pin connector

ELU

RJ-45 connector Bare wire

CMUA/ELU

HPMI/GATE

Door status sensor

4-pin connector

Front door of the APM30H/ Transfer box

4-pin connector

CMUA/FAN_EXT

RF Cables
Table 5-4 lists the RF cables. Table 5-4 RF cables Item Cable One End Connector Cables to be install ed on site 5.8.2 RF Jumper DIN straight male connector Installation Position Antenna feeder The Other End Connector DIN elbow male connector Installation Position
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Cables install ed before

5.8.3 InterRFU RF Signal Cable

QMA elbow male connector

DRFU/RX1 OUT GRFU/ RX_OUTA

QMA elbow male connector

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One End Connector Installation Position the DRFU of 1800 MHz/ FIXED

The Other End Connector QMA male connector Installation Position the DRFU of 1800 MHz/ UNCOMB or COMB

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5.8.4 QMA Cable

QMA male connector

NOTE

The DRFU of 1800 MHz and QMA cable are supported from V300R009 onwards.

5.2 BTS3900A PGND Cable


The BTS3900A PGND cables are classified into the PGND cable for the cabinet and PGND cables for the internal modules.

Structure
All PGND cables of the BTS3900A are yellow and green. Each end of a PGND cable is an OT terminal. Figure 5-1 and Figure 5-2 show a PGND cable. Figure 5-1 PGND cable for the cabinet

(1) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

Figure 5-2 PGND cable for the internal modules

(1) OT terminal (6 mm2, M4)

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5.3 BTS3900A Equipotential Cable


The equipotential cables of the BTS3900A are used to connect the PGND terminals between cabinets to ensure the equal potential among all cabinets and the normal operation of the base station.

Appearance
Figure 5-3 shows the equipotential cables of the BTS3900A. Figure 5-3 Equipotential cables of the BTS3900A

(1) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

5.4 BTS3900A Power Cables


The BTS3900A power cables are the input power cables for each cabinet and power cables for the BBU, RFU, fan box, and batteries in each cabinet. 5.4.1 Power Cable Connections of the BTS3900A This describes the power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) and BTS3900A (-48 V DC). 5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H The input power cables for the APM30H lead external power to the power system. Different configurations of the power system can support different types of input power, including the 220 V AC single-phase input power, 220 V AC three-phase input power and 110 V AC dual live wire input power. 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC The input power cables for the RFC lead -48 V DC power to the DCDU-01 in the RFC. 5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries This section describes the input power cables for the batteries, power cables between the batteries and the copper bar in the junction box, and inter-battery connection copper bar. 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H The input power cable for the TMC11H varies according to the power supply scenario. 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable This section describes the BBU power cable. Either -48 V power cable or +24 V power cable can be used, depending on the power supply scenario. 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU The power cable for the RFU feeds -48 V DC power into the RFU in the RFC. 5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H
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The power cable feeds -48 V DC power into the fan box in the APM30H. 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC The power cable feeds -48 V DC power into the fan box in the RFC. 5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D The power cables for the fans in the IBBS200D consist of the input power cable for the fans in the IBBS200D and the power transfer cable for the fans in the IBBS200D. 5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H The power cable feeds -48 V DC power cable into the fan box in the transmission cabinet from the DCDU-03. 5.4.12 Power Cables for the TEC Cooler The power cables for the TEC cooler consist of the input power cable for the TEC cooler and the power transfer cable for the TEC cooler. 5.4.13 Power Cable for the Heater The power cable for the heater feeds the AC input power into the heater from the junction box. 5.4.14 Power Cable for the Heating Film The power cable for the heating film connects the output terminal on the junction box on the left of the AMP30H cabinet to the AC power input terminal on the heating film. 5.4.15 Power Cable for the SOU The power cable for the SOU feeds AC power into the SOU from the AC OUTPUT port of the EPS. 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA The power cable for the EMUA feeds -48 V DC power into the EMUA. 5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM The power cable for the GATM feeds -48 V DC power into the GATM.

5.4.1 Power Cable Connections of the BTS3900A


This describes the power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) and BTS3900A (-48 V DC).

Power Cable Connections of the BTS3900A (AC)


Figure 5-4 shows the power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) configured with one TMC11H and one IBBS200D.

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Figure 5-4 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)

Table 5-5 describes the power cable connections. Table 5-5 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1) Cable Number P0 P1 P2 P3 to P8 P9 P10 P11 and P15 to P17 Cable Description For details, see 5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H. For details, see 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable. For details, see 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC. For details, see 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU. For details, see 5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H. For details, see 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC. For details, see 5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries.
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Cable Number P12 and P14 P13 P18 P19 and P20 P20

Cable Description For details, see 5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D. For details, see 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H. For details, see 5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H. For details, see 5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM. For details, see 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA.

Figure 5-5 shows the power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) configured with two IBBS200Ds and two RFCs. Figure 5-5 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC)-2

Table 5-6 describes the power cable connections.

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Table 5-6 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2) Cable Number P0 P1 P2 P3 to P8 P9 P10 P11, P13, and P15 to P17 P12, P14, and P18 P19 and P20 P21 Cable Description For details, see 5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H. For details, see 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable. For details, see 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC. For details, see 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU. For details, see 5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H. For details, see 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC. For details, see 5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries. For details, see 5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D. For details, see 5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM. For details, see 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA.

Power Cable Connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)


Figure 5-6 shows the power cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) configured with one RFC and those of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) configured with two RFCs.

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Figure 5-6 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)

(1) Typical configuration of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) (2) Typical configuration of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) configured with one RFC configured with two RFCs

Table 5-7 describes the power cable connections. Table 5-7 Power cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) Cable Number P0 P1 P2 P3 to P8 P9 P10 P11 and P12 Cable Description For details, see 5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC. For details, see 5.4.6 BBU Power Cable. For details, see 5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H. For details, see 5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU. For details, see 5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H. For details, see 5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC. For details, see 5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM.

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Cable Number P13

Cable Description For details, see 5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA.

5.4.2 Input Power Cables for the APM30H


The input power cables for the APM30H lead external power to the power system. Different configurations of the power system can support different types of input power, including the 220 V AC single-phase input power, 220 V AC three-phase input power and 110 V AC dual live wire input power.

Exterior
Figure 5-7 shows the 220 V AC single-phase input power cable. Figure 5-7 220 V AC single-phase input power cable

(1) OT terminal (6 mm2, M6)

NOTE

The number of wires of an AC input power cable varies according to the cable type. Figure 5-7 shows the 220 V AC single-phase input power cable.

Specifications
Table 5-8 describes the specifications of different types of AC input power cables. Table 5-8 Specifications of different types of AC input power cables Cable Type 220 V AC threephase power cable Wire Type L1 wire L2 wire L3 wire
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Wire Type N wire PE wire

Wire Color Blue Yellow green Brown Blue Yellow green Black Red White Green

Wire Diameter and OT Aperture Type

220 V AC singlephase power cable

L wire N wire PE wire

6 mm2, M6

110 V AC duallive-wire

L1 wire L2 wire N wire PE wire

6 mm2, M6

NOTE

The colors and appearance of cables delivered by Huawei vary with countries and areas. If cables are purchased at local markets, the cables must comply with local rules and regulations.

5.4.3 Input Power Cables for the RFC


The input power cables for the RFC lead -48 V DC power to the DCDU-01 in the RFC.
NOTE

The BTS3900A supports different types of external power supplies. As a component of the BTS3900A, the RFC supports two types of the input power cables.

Power Input Cable Type I of the RFC


Figure 5-8 shows the input power cables for the RFC when the BTS3900A is fed by AC power and the RFC is supplied with power directly by the APM30H. Figure 5-8 Input power cable type I of the RFC

(1) Power series 120 connector

(2) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

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Input power cable type II of the RFC


Figure 5-9 shows the input power cables for the RFC when the BTS3900A is fed by DC -48 V power and the RFC is supplied with power directly from external power supply equipment. Figure 5-9 Input power cable type II of the RFC

(1) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

5.4.4 Power Cables for the Batteries


This section describes the input power cables for the batteries, power cables between the batteries and the copper bar in the junction box, and inter-battery connection copper bar.

Exterior
Figure 5-10 shows the input power cables for the batteries. Figure 5-10 Input power cables for the batteries

(1) Power series 120 connector

(2) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

Figure 5-11 shows the power cable between the batteries and the copper bar in the junction box.

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Figure 5-11 Power cable between the batteries and the copper bar in the junction box

(1) OT terminal (16 mm2, M6)

The inter-battery connection copper bar between batteries is delivered with the batteries. Figure 5-12 shows the inter-battery connection copper bar. Figure 5-12 Inter-battery connection copper bar

Specifications
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5.4.5 Input Power Cable for the TMC11H


The input power cable for the TMC11H varies according to the power supply scenario.

Input Power Cable for the TMC11H (1)


Figure 5-13 shows the input power cable for the TMC11H in the AC power supply scenario. The APM30H supplies power to the TMC11H. Figure 5-13 Input power cable for the TMC11H (1)

(1) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

(2) OT terminal (4 mm2, M6)

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Input Power Cable for the TMC11H (2)


Figure 5-14 shows the input power cable for the TMC11H in the -48 V DC power supply scenario. The APM30H supplies power to the TMC11H. Figure 5-14 Input power cable for the TMC11H (2)

(1) OT terminal

(2) Parallel terminal

5.4.6 BBU Power Cable


This section describes the BBU power cable. Either -48 V power cable or +24 V power cable can be used, depending on the power supply scenario.

Exterior
When the BBU is installed in a cabinet with a certain type of power supply, the type of the BBU power cable depends on the type of the cabinet. When the power supply device is the DCDU or PDU, the BBU power cable has a 3V3 connector at one end and bare wires at the other end. Based on the connector of the power distribution device, appropriate terminals are added to the bare wire end on site. Figure 5-15 shows the BBU power cable by taking OT terminals at the bare wire end as an example. Figure 5-15 BBU power cable (1)

(1) 3V3 connector

(2) OT terminal (6 mm2, M4)

NOTE

There are two wires in the -48 V power cable with one wire in blue and the other in black. The +24 V power cable and the -48 V power cable have the same exterior, but they differ in color. The +24 V power cable has wires in red and black.

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When the power supply device is the EPS, the BBU power cable has a 3V3 connector at one end and easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector at the other end. Figure 5-16 shows the BBU power cable. Figure 5-16 BBU power cable (2)

(1) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

(2) 3V3 power connector

Pin Assignment
The power cable is a 2-wire cable. Table 5-9 and Table 5-10 describe the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable. Table 5-9 Pin assignment for the wires of the -48 V power cable Pin on the 3V3 Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Blue Black Description -48 V GND

Table 5-10 Pin assignment for the wires of the +24 V power cable Pin on the 3V3 Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Red Black Description +24 V GND

5.4.7 Power Cable for the RFU


The power cable for the RFU feeds -48 V DC power into the RFU in the RFC.

Exterior
One end of the power cable for the RFU is a parallel terminal, and the other end is a 3V3 power connector. Each RFU is configured with a separate power cable. All these cables have the same exterior. Figure 5-17 shows the power cable for the RFU.
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Figure 5-17 Power cable for the RFU

(1) 3V3 power connector

(2) Parallel terminal

Pin Assignment
Table 5-11 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the RFU. Table 5-11 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the RFU Wire W1 W2 X1 End X1.A1 X1.A3 X2 End X2.B2 X2.B1 Wire Color Blue Black

5.4.8 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the APM30H


The power cable feeds -48 V DC power into the fan box in the APM30H.

Exterior
Figure 5-18 shows the power cable for the fan box in the APM30H. Figure 5-18 Power cable for the fan box in the APM30H

(1) 3V3 power connector

(2) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

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5.4.9 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the RFC


The power cable feeds -48 V DC power into the fan box in the RFC.

Exterior
One end of the power cable for the fan box in the RFC is a parallel terminal, and the other end is a 3V3 power connector. Figure 5-19 shows the power cable for the fan box in the RFC. Figure 5-19 Power cable for the fan box in the RFC

(1) 3V3 power connector

(2) Parallel terminal

Pin Assignment
Table 5-12 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the fan box in the RFC. Table 5-12 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the fan box in the RFC Wire W1 W2 X1 End X1.A1 X1.A3 X2 End X2.B2 X2.B1 Wire Color Blue Black

5.4.10 Power Cables for the Fans in the IBBS200D


The power cables for the fans in the IBBS200D consist of the input power cable for the fans in the IBBS200D and the power transfer cable for the fans in the IBBS200D.
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Figure 5-20 shows the input power cable for the fans in the IBBS200D. Figure 5-20 Input power cable for the fans in the IBBS200D

(1) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

(2) OT terminal (2.5 mm2, M4)

Figure 5-21 shows the power transfer cable for the fans in the IBBS200D. Figure 5-21 Power transfer cable for the fans in the IBBS200D

(1) 3V3 power connector (2) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, (3) OT terminal (6 mm2, M6) M4)

(4) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4)

5.4.11 Power Cable for the Fan Box in the TMC11H


The power cable feeds -48 V DC power cable into the fan box in the transmission cabinet from the DCDU-03.

Exterior
Figure 5-22 shows the power cable for the fan box in the TMC11H.

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Figure 5-22 Power cable for the fan box in the TMC11H

(1) 3V3 power connector

(2) OT terminal

5.4.12 Power Cables for the TEC Cooler


The power cables for the TEC cooler consist of the input power cable for the TEC cooler and the power transfer cable for the TEC cooler.

Exterior
Figure 5-23 shows the input power cable for the TEC cooler. Figure 5-23 Input power cable for the TEC cooler

(1) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

(2) OT terminal (2.5 mm2, M4)

Figure 5-24 shows the power transfer cable for the TEC cooler.

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Figure 5-24 Power transfer cable for the TEC cooler

(1) 3V3 power connector (2) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, (3) OT terminal (6 mm2, M6) M4)

(4) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4)

5.4.13 Power Cable for the Heater


The power cable for the heater feeds the AC input power into the heater from the junction box.

Exterior
Figure 5-25 shows the power cable for the heater. Figure 5-25 Power cable for the heater

(1) C13 connector

(2) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4)

Pin Assignment
Table 5-13 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the heater. Table 5-13 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the heater SN W1
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Connector Type OT terminal

Label L
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Wire Color Green and yellow Blue

Connector Type OT terminal OT terminal

Label PE N

5.4.14 Power Cable for the Heating Film


The power cable for the heating film connects the output terminal on the junction box on the left of the AMP30H cabinet to the AC power input terminal on the heating film.

Exterior
Figure 5-26 shows the power cable for the heating film. Figure 5-26 Power cable for the heating film

(1) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4) for the APM30H cabinet (2) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4) for the battery cabinet

Specifications
The AC power cable for the heating film has a cross-sectional area of 1.5 mm2 with a black jacket. The cable consists of the blue and brown wires.

5.4.15 Power Cable for the SOU


The power cable for the SOU feeds AC power into the SOU from the AC OUTPUT port of the EPS.

Exterior
Figure 5-27 shows the power cable for the SOU.

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Figure 5-27 Power cable for the SOU

(1) C13 connector

(2) OT terminal (1.5 mm2, M4)

Pin Assignment
Table 5-14 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the SOU. Table 5-14 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the SOU One End Pin W1 W2 W3 Wire Color Brown Green and yellow Blue Connector Type OT terminal OT terminal OT terminal Label L PE N

5.4.16 Power Cable for the EMUA


The power cable for the EMUA feeds -48 V DC power into the EMUA.
NOTE

There are two types of power cable for the EMUA, depending on the power supply equipment in different cabinets.

Figure 5-28 shows the power cable for the EMUA installed in the APM30H cabinet.

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Figure 5-28 Power cables for the EMUA (1)

(1) Easy power receptacle (pressfit type) connector

(2) Cord end terminal

Figure 5-29 shows the power cable for the EMUA installed in the TMC11H cabinet. Figure 5-29 Power cables for the EMUA (2)

(1) OT terminal (1.5 mm2,M4)

(2) Cord end terminal

5.4.17 Power Cable for the GATM


The power cable for the GATM feeds -48 V DC power into the GATM.

Structure
One end of the power cable for the GATM is a parallel terminal, and the other end is a 3V3 power connector. Figure 5-30 shows the power cable for the GATM. Figure 5-30 Power cable for the GATM

(1) 3V3 power connector

(2) Parallel terminal

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Pin Assignment
Table 5-15 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the GATM. Table 5-15 Pin assignment for the wires of the power cable for the GATM Wire W1 W2 X1 End X1.A1 X1.A3 X2 End X2.B2 X2.B1 Wire Color Blue Black

5.5 BTS3900A Transmission Cables


The BTS3900A transmission cables include the E1/T1 cable, E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable, FE/GE cable, and FE/GE surge protection transfer cable. 5.5.1 Transmission Cable Connections of the BTS3900A This describes the E1/T1 signal cables and FE/GE cables in the BTS3900A cabinets. 5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable The E1/T1 cable connects the BBU to the external transmission device and transmits baseband signals. 5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable This section describes the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable connecting the UELP to the transmission board. This cable is optional. 5.5.4 FE/GE Cable The FE/GE cable connects the BBU to the transmission device through routing devices and transmits baseband signals. 5.5.5 FE/GE Surge Protection Transfer Cable The FE/GE surge protection transfer cable is an optional cable that connects the main control board to the UFLP.

5.5.1 Transmission Cable Connections of the BTS3900A


This describes the E1/T1 signal cables and FE/GE cables in the BTS3900A cabinets.

E1/T1 Signal Cable Connections


Figure 5-31 shows the E1 transmission cable connections of the BBU3900 configured with only the GTMU. Figure 5-31 E1/T1 signal cable connections (1)

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Table 5-16 describes the E1/T1 signal cable connections (1). Table 5-16 E1/T1 signal cable connections (1) Cable Number T1 T2 Cable Description For details, see 5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable. For details, see 5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable.

Figure 5-32 shows the E1 transmission cable connections of the BBU3900 configured with the GTMU and UTRP. Figure 5-32 E1/T1 signal cable connections (2)

Table 5-17 describes the E1/T1 signal cable connections (2). Table 5-17 E1/T1 signal cable connections (2) Cable Number T1, T3 T2, T4 Cable Description For details, see 5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable. For details, see 5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable.

FE/GE Cable Connections


Figure 5-33 shows the FE/GE cable connections. Figure 5-33 FE/GE cable connections

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Table 5-18 describes the FE/GE cable connections. Table 5-18 FE/GE cable connections Cable Number T1 T2 Cable Description For details, see 5.5.5 FE/GE Surge Protection Transfer Cable. For details, see 5.5.4 FE/GE Cable.

5.5.2 E1/T1 Cable


The E1/T1 cable connects the BBU to the external transmission device and transmits baseband signals.

Exterior
The E1/T1 cables are classified into two types: 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable and 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable. One end of the E1/T1 cable is a DB26 male connector. The connector at the other end of the cable should be made on site according to site requirements. Figure 5-34 shows an E1/T1 cable. Figure 5-34 E1/T1 cable

(1) DB26 male connector

Table 5-19 describes the connectors of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable. Table 5-19 Connectors of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable Cable 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable One End DB26 male connector The other End L9 male connector L9 female connector SMB female connector
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BNC male connector SMZ male connector SMZ female connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-20 and Table 5-21 describe the pin assignment for the wires of the E1/T1 cable.
NOTE

In Table 5-20, "Tip" refers to a wire in the E1 coaxial cable, and "Ring" refers to an external conductor of the cable.

Table 5-20 Pin assignment for the wires of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable Pins of the DB26 Male Connector X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.4 X1.5 X1.6 X1.7 X1.8 X1.19 X1.20 X1.21 X1.22 X1.23 X1.24 X1.25 X1.26 Wire Type Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring 8 6 4 2 7 5 3 Coaxial Series No. 1 Cable Label RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2RX3+ RX3RX4+ RX4TX1+ TX1TX2+ TX2TX3+ TX3TX4+ TX4-

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Table 5-21 Pin assignment for the wires of the 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable Pins of the DB26 Male Connector X.1 X.2 X.3 X.4 X.5 X.6 X.7 X.8 X.19 X.20 X.21 X.22 X.23 X.24 X.25 X.26 Wire Color Blue White Orange White Green White Brown White Gray White Blue Red Orange Red Green Red Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Wire Type Twisted pair cable Cable Labels RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2RX3+ RX3RX4+ RX4TX1+ TX1TX2+ TX2TX3+ TX3TX4+ TX4-

5.5.3 E1/T1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable


This section describes the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable connecting the UELP to the transmission board. This cable is optional.

Exterior
The E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable has a DB26 male connector at one end and a DB25 male connector at the other end, as shown in Figure 5-35.

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Figure 5-35 E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable

(1) DB25 male connector

(2) DB26 male connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-22 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable. Table 5-22 Pin assignment for the wires of the E1/T1 surge protection transfer cable Pin on the DB26 Male Connector X1.20 X1.19 X1.4 X1.3 X1.22 X1.21 X1.6 X1.5 X1.24 X1.23 X1.8 X1.7 X1.1 X1.2 X1.25 X1.26 Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Type Twisted pair cable Pin on the DB25 Male Connector X2.2 X2.3 X2.4 X2.5 X2.6 X2.7 X2.8 X2.9 X2.10 X2.11 X2.12 X2.13 X2.14 X2.15 X2.24 X2.25

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5.5.4 FE/GE Cable


The FE/GE cable connects the BBU to the transmission device through routing devices and transmits baseband signals.
NOTE

The maximum length of the FE/GE cable for remote connection is 100 m.

Exterior
The FE/GE cable is a shielded straight-through cable. It has an RJ-45 connector at each end, as shown in Figure 5-36. Figure 5-36 FE/GE cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-23 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE cable. Table 5-23 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE cable Pin on the RJ-45 Connector X1.2 X1.1 X1.6 X1.3 X1.4 X1.5 X1.8 X1.7 Wire Color Orange White and orange Green White and green Blue White and blue Brown White and brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Pin on the RJ-45 Connector X2.2 X2.1 X2.6 X2.3 X2.4 X2.5 X2.8 X2.7

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5.5.5 FE/GE Surge Protection Transfer Cable


The FE/GE surge protection transfer cable is an optional cable that connects the main control board to the UFLP.

Exterior
The FE/GE surge protection transfer cable has an RJ-45 connector at each end, as shown in Figure 5-37. Figure 5-37 FE/GE surge protection transfer cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-24 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE surge protection transfer cable. Table 5-24 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE/GE surge protection transfer cable Pin on the RJ-45 Connector X1.2 X1.1 X1.6 X1.3 X1.4 X1.5 X1.8 X1.7 Wire Color Orange White Green White Blue White Brown White Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Pin on the RJ-45 Connector X2.2 X2.1 X2.6 X2.3 X2.4 X2.5 X2.8 X2.7

5.6 BTS3900A CPRI Cables


This describes the BTS3900A CPRI electrical cables and connections of the cables in typical configurations.

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5.6.1 CPRI Cable Connections This describes the CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A. 5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable The CPRI electrical cable enables high speed communication between the BBU3900 and the RFU.

5.6.1 CPRI Cable Connections


This describes the CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A.
NOTE

The CPRI cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) and BTS3900A (-48 V DC) are the same. The following description is based on the BTS3900A (-48 V DC).

CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC


Figure 5-38 shows the CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC. Figure 5-38 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC

Table 5-25 describes the cable connections.


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Table 5-25 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with one RFC Cable Number C1 to C6 Cable Description For details, see 5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable.

CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs


Figure 5-39 shows the CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs. Figure 5-39 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs

Table 5-26 describes the cable connections.

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Table 5-26 CPRI cable connections in the BTS3900A configured with two RFCs Cable Number C1 to C6 Cable Description For details, see 5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable.

5.6.2 CPRI Electrical Cable


The CPRI electrical cable enables high speed communication between the BBU3900 and the RFU.

Exterior
The CPRI electrical cable is an SFP high speed transmission cable that has an SFP20 male connector at each end, as shown in Figure 5-40. Figure 5-40 CPRI electrical cable

5.7 BTS3900A Signal Cables


The BTS3900A signal cables are the monitoring signal cables between cascaded CMUAs, temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC, door status monitoring cable, monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU, environment monitoring signal cable, monitoring signal transfer cable, ELU signal cable, APM30H door status monitoring cable, monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door, temperature sensor cable for the batteries, monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet, BBU alarm cable, GPS clock signal cable, and EMUA monitoring signal cable. 5.7.1 Signal Cable Connections of the BTS3900A This describes the signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) and BTS3900A (-48 V DC). 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs The monitoring signal cable between cascaded CMUAs connects two CMUAs. Thus, the lowerlevel CMUA communicates with the BBU through the upper-level CMUA. 5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC The temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC enables the CMUA to monitor the temperature at the air inlet at the bottom of the RFC. 5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable The door status monitoring cable transmits the information about the opening and closing of the door to the CMUA from the door status sensor of the RFC, IBBS200D, or IBBS200T. 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU The monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU connects the CMUA to the BBU and transmits the monitoring signals collected by the CMUA to the BBU.
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5.7.6 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable The environment monitoring signal cable connects the PMU to the HPMI. It reports the alarm signals collected by the HPMI to the PMU. 5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable The monitoring signal transfer cable connects the PMU to the CMUA, and it transmits the RS485 signals collected by the PMU to the BBU through the CMUA. 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable The ELU (Electronic Label Unit) signal cable transmits to the CMUA the information about the cabinet type reported by the ELU. 5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable The APM30H door status monitoring cable transmits the alarm signals to the PMU through the HPMI. 5.7.10 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Fan on the Front Door The monitoring signal cable feeds power into the fan on the front door of the APM30H or TMC11H and transmits fan monitoring signals to the CMUA. 5.7.11 Temperature Sensor Cable for the Batteries The temperature sensor cable for the batteries monitors the temperature in the battery cabinet in real time and reports the information to the CMUA. 5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet The monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet collects and transmits the monitoring signals of the IBBS200D or IBBS200T to the PMU. 5.7.13 BBU Alarm Cable The BBU alarm cable transmits alarm signals from an external alarm device to the BBU. 5.7.14 GPS Clock Signal Cable The GPS clock signal cable is an optional cable that transmits GPS clock signals from the GPS antenna system to the BBU. The GPS clock signals serve as the clock reference of the BBU. 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable This section describes the EMUA monitoring signal cable. It transmits monitoring signals from the EMUA to the BBU. This cable is delivered with the EMUA. 5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM This cable connects the BBU and GATM, enabling the BBU to transmit control signals to the GATM and enabling the GATM to report alarms to the BBU.

5.7.1 Signal Cable Connections of the BTS3900A


This describes the signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) and BTS3900A (-48 V DC).

Signal Cable Connections of the BTS3900A (AC)


Figure 5-41 shows the signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) configured with one TMC11H and one IBBS200D.

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Figure 5-41 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1)

Table 5-27 describes the signal cable connections. Table 5-27 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (1) Cable Number S0 S1 and S5 S2 and S6 S3 S4 S7 S8 Cable Description For details, see 5.7.6 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM. For details, see 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU. For details, see 5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable. For details, see 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs. For details, see 5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet.

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Cable Number S9 S10 S11 S12

Cable Description For details, see 5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable. For details, see 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable. For details, see 5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC.

Figure 5-42 shows the signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) configured with two IBBS200Ds and two RFCs. Figure 5-42 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2)

Table 5-28 describes the signal cable connections.

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Table 5-28 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (AC) (2) Cable Number S0 S1 and S5 S2, S6, and S13 S3 S4 S7 S8 and S14 S9 S10 S11 S12 Cable Description For details, see 5.7.6 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM. For details, see 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU. For details, see 5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable. For details, see 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs. For details, see 5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet. For details, see 5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable. For details, see 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable. For details, see 5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC.

Signal Cable Connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)


Figure 5-43 shows the signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) configured with two RFCs.

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Figure 5-43 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC)

Table 5-29 describes the signal cable connections. Table 5-29 Signal cable connections of the BTS3900A (-48 V DC) Cable Number S0 and S11 S1 and S5 S2 and S6 S3 S4 and S10 S7 and S8 S9 Cable Description For details, see 5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable. For details, see 5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM. For details, see 5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU. For details, see 5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable. For details, see 5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs. For details, see 5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC.

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5.7.2 Monitoring Signal Cable Between Cascaded CMUAs


The monitoring signal cable between cascaded CMUAs connects two CMUAs. Thus, the lowerlevel CMUA communicates with the BBU through the upper-level CMUA.

Exterior
Figure 5-44 shows the monitoring signal cable between cascaded CMUAs. Figure 5-44 Monitoring signal cable between cascaded CMUAs

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-30 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cables between cascaded CMUAs. Table 5-30 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cables between cascaded CMUAs X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.4 X1.5 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.4 X2.5 X2.7 X2.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair

5.7.3 Temperature Monitoring Signal Cable for the RFC


The temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC enables the CMUA to monitor the temperature at the air inlet at the bottom of the RFC.
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Figure 5-45 shows the temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC. Figure 5-45 Temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC

(1) Temperature sensor

(2) 4-pin connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-31 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC. Table 5-31 Pin assignment for the wires of the temperature monitoring signal cable for the RFC Wire W1 W2 W3 X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X2 End X2.3 X2.2 X2.1 Color Black Black Black

5.7.4 Door Status Monitoring Cable


The door status monitoring cable transmits the information about the opening and closing of the door to the CMUA from the door status sensor of the RFC, IBBS200D, or IBBS200T.

Exterior
The door status monitoring cable are two black cables, and both ends of each cable are bare wires. Figure 5-46 show the door status monitoring cable. Figure 5-46 Door status monitoring cable

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5.7.5 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the CMUA and the BBU
The monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU connects the CMUA to the BBU and transmits the monitoring signals collected by the CMUA to the BBU.

Exterior
Figure 5-47 shows the monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU. Figure 5-47 Monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-32 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU. Table 5-32 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the CMUA and the BBU X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4 X2.7 X2.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair

5.7.6 Environment Monitoring Signal Cable


The environment monitoring signal cable connects the PMU to the HPMI. It reports the alarm signals collected by the HPMI to the PMU.
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The environment monitoring signal cable between the PMU and the HEUA is black. It is 0.5 m long, with a DB50 connector at each end. Figure 5-48 Environment monitoring signal cable

(1) DB50 male connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-33 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the environment monitoring signal cable. Table 5-33 Pin assignment for the wires of the environment monitoring signal cable X1 End 1 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17
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Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

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X2 End 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 43 44

Description Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

Twisted pair

5.7.7 Monitoring Signal Transfer Cable


The monitoring signal transfer cable connects the PMU to the CMUA, and it transmits the RS485 signals collected by the PMU to the BBU through the CMUA.

Exterior
The monitoring signal transfer cable is black. It is 0.6 m long, with an RJ45 connector at each end, as shown in Figure 5-49.

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Figure 5-49 Monitoring signal transfer cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-34 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal transfer cable. Table 5-34 Pin assignment of the monitoring signal transfer cable X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.4 X1.5 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.4 X2.5 X2.7 X2.8 Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Pin Assignment Twisted pair

5.7.8 ELU Signal Cable


The ELU (Electronic Label Unit) signal cable transmits to the CMUA the information about the cabinet type reported by the ELU.

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Figure 5-50 shows the ELU signal cable.

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Figure 5-50 ELU signal cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-35 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the ELU signal cable. Table 5-35 Pin assignment for the wires of the ELU signal cable X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4 X2.7 X2.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Type Twisted pair

5.7.9 APM30H Door Status Monitoring Cable


The APM30H door status monitoring cable transmits the alarm signals to the PMU through the HPMI.

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Figure 5-51 shows the APM30H door status monitoring cable.

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Figure 5-51 APM30H door status monitoring cable

The APM30H door status monitoring cable is described as follows:


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The cable labeled 1 has a straight 2-pin connector at one end, which is connected to the HPMI. The other end of the cable is a bare wire and a cord end terminal, which are connected to the door status sensor and wiring terminal block respectively. The cable labeled 2 has a bare wire at one end, which is connected to the door status sensor. The other end of the cable is a cord end terminal, which is connected to the wiring terminal block. The cable labeled 3 has two cord end terminals at both ends, which are connected to two ports in the wiring terminal block at a side.

5.7.10 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Fan on the Front Door
The monitoring signal cable feeds power into the fan on the front door of the APM30H or TMC11H and transmits fan monitoring signals to the CMUA.

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Figure 5-52 shows the monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door.

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Figure 5-52 Monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door

Pin Assignment
Table 5-36 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door. Table 5-36 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the fan on the front door Wire W1 W2 W3 W4 X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.4 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.4 Color Black Black Black Black

5.7.11 Temperature Sensor Cable for the Batteries


The temperature sensor cable for the batteries monitors the temperature in the battery cabinet in real time and reports the information to the CMUA.

Installation Position
Figure 5-53 and Figure 5-54 show the installation position of the temperature sensor cable for the batteries in the IBBS200D and IBBS200T.

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Figure 5-53 Installation position of the temperature sensor cable for the batteries in the IBBS200D

Figure 5-54 Installation position of the temperature sensor cable for the batteries in the IBBS200T

5.7.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the Battery Cabinet


The monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet collects and transmits the monitoring signals of the IBBS200D or IBBS200T to the PMU.

Exterior
Figure 5-55 shows the monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet.
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Figure 5-55 Monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-37 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet. Table 5-37 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the battery cabinet X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4 X2.7 X2.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Type Twisted pair

5.7.13 BBU Alarm Cable


The BBU alarm cable transmits alarm signals from an external alarm device to the BBU.

Exterior
The BBU alarm cable has an RJ-45 connector at each end, as shown in Figure 5-56. However, an RJ-45 connector at one end may be removed, and an appropriate terminal may be added according to the field requirements.

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Figure 5-56 BBU alarm cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-38 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the BBU alarm cable. Table 5-38 Pin assignment for the wires of the BBU alarm cable BBU Alarm Port Pin on the RJ45 Connecto r at One End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8 EXTALM0 X1.1 X1.2 Wire Color Wire Type Pin on the RJ45 Connecto r at the Other End X2.1 X2.2 Twisted pair X2.3 X2.6 Twisted pair X2.5 X2.4 Twisted pair X2.7 X2.8 Twisted pair X2.1 X2.2 Description

EXTALM1

White and orange Orange White and green Green White and blue Blue White and brown Brown White and orange Orange

Twisted pair

Boolean value input 4+ Boolean value input 4(GND) Boolean value input 5+ Boolean value input 5(GND) Boolean value input 6+ Boolean value input 6(GND) Boolean value input 7+ Boolean value input 7(GND) Boolean value input 0+ Boolean value input 0(GND)

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Pin on the RJ45 Connecto r at One End X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8

Wire Color

Wire Type

Pin on the RJ45 Connecto r at the Other End X2.3 X2.6

Description

White and green Green White and blue Blue White and brown Brown

Twisted pair

Boolean value input 1+ Boolean value input 1(GND) Boolean value input 2+ Boolean value input 2(GND) Boolean value input 3+ Boolean value input 3(GND)

Twisted pair

X2.5 X2.4

Twisted pair

X2.7 X2.8

5.7.14 GPS Clock Signal Cable


The GPS clock signal cable is an optional cable that transmits GPS clock signals from the GPS antenna system to the BBU. The GPS clock signals serve as the clock reference of the BBU.

Exterior
The GPS clock signal cable has an SMA male connector at one end and an N-type female connector at the other end, as shown in Figure 5-57. Figure 5-57 GPS clock signal cable

(1) SMA male connector

(2) N-type female connector

5.7.15 EMUA Monitoring Signal Cable


This section describes the EMUA monitoring signal cable. It transmits monitoring signals from the EMUA to the BBU. This cable is delivered with the EMUA.
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Figure 5-58 shows the EMUA monitoring signal cable. Figure 5-58 EMUA monitoring signal cable

(1) RJ-45 connector

(2) DB9 male connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-39 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA monitoring signal cable. Table 5-39 Pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA monitoring signal cable Pin on the RJ-45 Connector X1.1 X1.2 X1.5 X1.4 Pin on the DB9 Male Connector X2.3 X2.7 X2.6 X2.2 Color Description Terminal on the APMI TX+ TXTwisted pair RXRX+

White Orange White Blue

Twisted pair

5.7.16 Monitoring Signal Cable for the GATM


This cable connects the BBU and GATM, enabling the BBU to transmit control signals to the GATM and enabling the GATM to report alarms to the BBU.

Structure
Figure 5-59 shows the monitoring signal cable for the GATM.
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Figure 5-59 Monitoring signal cable for the GATM

(1) RJ-45 connector

Pin Assignment
Table 5-40 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the GATM. Table 5-40 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the GATM X1 End X1.1 X1.2 X1.3 X1.6 X1.5 X1.4 X1.7 X1.8 X2 End X2.1 X2.2 X2.3 X2.6 X2.5 X2.4 X2.7 X2.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair

5.8 BTS3900A RF Cables


The BTS3900A RF cables are the RF jumpers and inter-RFU RF signal cables. 5.8.1 RF Cable Connections of the BTS3900A The RF cables of the BTS3900A consist of the RF jumpers, interconnection RF signal cables of the RFUs, and QMA cables. The QMA cables are used only when the DRFU of 1800 MHz is configured. 5.8.2 RF Jumper The RF jumper connects the RFU and the feeder of the antenna system for signal exchange between the base station and the antenna system. 5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable The inter-RFU RF signal cable connects the RX IN port on one RFU and the RX OUT port on another RFU for transmitting the diversity receive signals. 5.8.4 QMA Cable
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The QMA cable is used to connect the UNCOMB port or COMB port on the DRFU of 1800 MHz to switch between the combined transmission and divided transmission modes.

5.8.1 RF Cable Connections of the BTS3900A


The RF cables of the BTS3900A consist of the RF jumpers, interconnection RF signal cables of the RFUs, and QMA cables. The QMA cables are used only when the DRFU of 1800 MHz is configured.
NOTE

The DRFU of 1800 MHz is supported by V300R009 and later versions.

When the BTS3900A is configured with the GRFU, the RF cable connections are shown in Figure 5-60 and Figure 5-61. Figure 5-60 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (1)

Table 5-41 describes the cable connections.

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Table 5-41 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (1) Cable Number R1 to R12 Description See 5.8.2 RF Jumper.

Figure 5-61 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (2)

Table 5-42 describes the cable connections. Table 5-42 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (2) Cable Number R1 to R6 RX1 to RX6 Description See 5.8.2 RF Jumper. See 5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable.

The BTS3900A that is configured with the DRFU of 900 MHz has RF cable connections similar to the RF cable connections of the BTS3900A that is configured with the GRFU, which are provided in Figure 5-60 and Figure 5-61.
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When the BTS3900A is configured with the DRFU of 1800 MHz, the RF cable connections are shown in Figure 5-62, Figure 5-63, Figure 5-64, and Figure 5-65. Figure 5-62 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (3)

Table 5-43 describes the cable connections. Table 5-43 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (3) Cable Number Q1 to Q6 R1 to R12 Description See 5.8.4 QMA Cable. See 5.8.2 RF Jumper.

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Figure 5-63 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (4)

Table 5-44 describes the cable connections. Table 5-44 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (4) Cable Number Q1 to Q6 R1 to R12 Description See 5.8.4 QMA Cable. See 5.8.2 RF Jumper.

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Figure 5-64 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (5)

Table 5-45 describes the cable connections. Table 5-45 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (5) Cable Number Q1 to Q6 RX1 to RX6 R1 to R6 Description See 5.8.4 QMA Cable. See 5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable. See 5.8.2 RF Jumper.

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Figure 5-65 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (6)

Table 5-46 describes the cable connections. Table 5-46 RF cable connections of the BTS3900A (6) Cable Number Q1 to Q6 RX1 to RX6 R1 to R6 Description See 5.8.4 QMA Cable. See 5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable. See 5.8.2 RF Jumper.

5.8.2 RF Jumper
The RF jumper connects the RFU and the feeder of the antenna system for signal exchange between the base station and the antenna system.

Exterior
Figure 5-66 shows an RF jumper.
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Figure 5-66 RF jumper

(1) DIN straight male connector

(2) DIN elbow male connector

NOTE

Macro base stations use super-flexible 1/2-inch jumpers.

5.8.3 Inter-RFU RF Signal Cable


The inter-RFU RF signal cable connects the RX IN port on one RFU and the RX OUT port on another RFU for transmitting the diversity receive signals.

Structure
Figure 5-67 shows the inter-RFU RF signal cable. Figure 5-67 Inter-RFU RF signal cable

(1) QMA elbow male connector

5.8.4 QMA Cable


The QMA cable is used to connect the UNCOMB port or COMB port on the DRFU of 1800 MHz to switch between the combined transmission and divided transmission modes.
NOTE

The QMA cable is supported by V300R009 and later versions.

Structure
Figure 5-68 shows the structure of the QMA cable.
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Figure 5-68 Structure of the QMA cable

(1) QMA male connector

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