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Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station

Product Description

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  • Page 1: Product Description

    Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Product Description Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 1 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    This documentation is intended for the use of Nokia's customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the documentation is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia.

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    Hereby, Nokia Corporation, declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive: 1999/5/EC. 0523 The product is marked with the CE marking and Notified Body number according to the Directive 1999/5/EC. FCC §15.21 - Information to user - This product is used as an intentional radiated equipment and any changes or modifications on the equipment without any approval...

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    Product Description Draft 4 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Base station system 15 Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station 16 Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station features 19 Building capacity with the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station 19 3.1.1 Four TRX BTS with flexible sectoring and dual band operation 19 3.1.2 Chaining of Nokia MetroSite EDGE base stations 20 3.1.3...

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    Transceiver unit 84 8.1.2 Interface unit 84 8.1.3 Transmission unit 85 8.1.4 Power supply unit 85 System requirements for Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager 85 Basic telecommunication features 86 International recommendations 87 8.4.1 Common standards 87 8.4.2 Electrical standards 87 8.4.3 Environment 90 8.4.4...

  • Page 7: List Of Tables

    Power supply connector types Table 9. Cooling fans details Table 10. Transceiver unit alternatives Table 11. Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station unit alternatives and other delivery items Table 12. Common technical data Table 13. Specific technical data for the 5W GSM 900 TRX Table 14.

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    Table 33. Additional EMC standards Table 34. Environmental standards Table 35. Mechanical standards Table 36. Flexbus interface Table 37. 2048 Kbit/s E1 interface Table 38. 1544 Kbit/s T1 interface Draft 8 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 9: List Of Figures

    44 Figure 13. Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station block diagram 46 Figure 14. Power distribution in the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station 48 Figure 15. Dimensions of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station 50 Figure 16. Arrangement of units 52 Figure 17.

  • Page 10

    Product Description Figure 29. Fan unit 71 Draft 10 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 11

    Version 3 update, July 2002: • Chaining feature and EGPRS descriptions added. • 800 MHz TRX, NEBS cover (WCUA), +24 VDC power supply unit added. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 11 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Product Description Draft 12 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 13: About This Document

    About this document About this document This document describes the hardware, software, and functions of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station (BTS), including the 5W GSM TRX and 5W GSM/EDGE TRX variants. Use this document as a reference for the following information: •...

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    Product Description Draft 14 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 15: Introduction To The Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    Base station system In general terms, base stations perform the radio function for the base station system. A base transceiver station (such as a Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station) is connected to a transmission node (such as a Nokia MetroHub Transmission Node) or directly to the base station controller (BSC) via the Abis interface and to the mobile stations (MS) via the Air interface (see Figure 1).

  • Page 16: Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    GSM/EDGE 900/1800, 800/1800 or 800/1900 BTS. Both omni and sectored configurations are supported. The small-sized Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station cabinet accommodates up to four transceiver units (TRXs). The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be fitted with 5W GSM TRXs or 5W GSM/EDGE TRXs. Note The introduction of EDGE requires EDGE capable TRXs.

  • Page 17: Figure 2. Nokia Metrosite - An Ideal Solution For Dense, Urban Environment

    Figure 2. Nokia MetroSite - an ideal solution for dense, urban environment The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is the core element in the Nokia MetroSite Capacity Solution, which comprises complete sites equipped with BTSs, transmission equipment, and auxiliary equipment. However, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be integrated into other mobile network applications as well.

  • Page 18

    Product Description In order to ensure a high quality of calls, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station supports versatile features, such as frequency hopping. Due to its compact size, low weight, and high level of integration, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is fast and easy to install, either indoors or outdoors with minimal preparations.

  • Page 19: Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station Features

    A detailed description of technical features supported by the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be found in the Feature Descriptions document delivered in the Nokia MetroSite Base Station Software Release Binder. For a list of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station properties, see also Chapter 8 in this document.

  • Page 20: Chaining Of Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Stations

    3.1.2 Chaining of Nokia MetroSite EDGE base stations Internal bus and Abis chaining are both possible with the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. For more information on Abis chaining, refer to Section 4.2. To further increase the capacity expansion possibilities, Nokia MetroSite EDGE base stations can be chained as one BCF object to include up to 12 TRXs.

  • Page 21: Rf Power And Sensitivity For Microcellular Applications

    The RF performance of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is suitable for microcellular, building infill and roadside coverage applications. The maximum RF power of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station transmitter is 5 W at the antenna connector. The maximum RF power of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station in EDGE modulation mode is 3.2 W.

  • Page 22: Frequency Hopping

    BSC. 3.2.2 Frequency hopping The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station supports synthesised (RF) frequency hopping when there are at least two TRXs in the same sector. The most significant property of frequency hopping is that it enables averaging of the interference to RF signal between network users.

  • Page 23: Telecommunication Features

    Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station features When the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station itself is installed inside a building, the antennas can be located outdoors. The size of antenna feeders, 1/4” and 3/8”, support the flexibility of installation. The TRX test includes an antenna cable detection feature which, in most of the cases, verifies whether the cable connection between the TRX and the antenna is free of faults.

  • Page 24: General Packet Radio Service (gprs)

    Operation. Delivery and installation procedure The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is delivered to the site with the ordered plug-in units pre-installed. Shield units are installed in those unit slots that are not occupied by functional units. The purpose of shield units is to provide protection for the backplane connectors, ensure optimal air flow inside the cabinet, and provide EMC and weather shielding for the BTS.

  • Page 25: Commissioning With The Nokia Metrosite Bts Manager

    Usually, removing only the TRXs makes the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station light enough to handle. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is then installed on a wall or a pole. In wall mountings, the packing cardboard can be used as a template for drilling the anchor screw holes to the wall.

  • Page 26: Figure 3. Nokia Metrosite Bts Manager Commissioning Wizard

    The LAPD links must be created at the BSC • The PCM port at the BSC must be set to active The commissioning procedure performed on site with the Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager includes the following steps: • Transmission configuration •...

  • Page 27: Advanced Operation And Maintenance

    BTS service level. The alarms are addressed to the unit level, which helps the maintenance engineers locate the faulty unit. In the case of a mains power failure, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station provides sufficient backup time for an alarm to be sent to the BSC.

  • Page 28: Battery Backup With Nokia Metrosite Battery Backup

    If additional battery backup is needed, the Nokia MetroSite Battery Backup unit can be used for this purpose. The Nokia MetroSite Battery Backup provides one hour backup time for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station operating at 400 W. The Nokia MetroSite Battery Backup is an external unit with the same appearance and mounting options as the Nokia MetroSite Base Station itself.

  • Page 29

    Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station features The BTS has a cooling fan and built-in heaters to provide a smooth temperature controlling facility. The BTS software controls the heating and cooling to provide operation conditions which are as stable as possible. Heating and cooling are adjusted gradually to ensure low temperature gradients and noise levels.

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    Product Description Draft 30 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 31: Applications

    Building capacity with the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be used for building capacity in areas of heavy telecommunication traffic, such as for building infill, street corners, sports arenas, shopping centres, and underground stations. It can also be used for coverage of gaps in networks, such as for unfriendly terrain or roadside coverage.

  • Page 32: Figure 6. Microcells Built With The Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    Figure 6. Microcells built with the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be sectored freely. A sector consists of one broadcast control channel (BCCH) TRX and, often, one to three traffic channel (TCH) TRXs. The maximum number of TRXs in one sector is four.

  • Page 33: Figure 7. Four Trxs In One Sector, Single Band Configuration

    GSM/EDGE 900 and GSM/EDGE 1800 coverage areas can be created by connecting TRXs from a GSM/EDGE 900 sector and TRXs from a GSM/EDGE 1800 sector to one antenna. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 33 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 34: Figure 8. (1+1)/(1+1) Dual Band Configuration

    GSM/EDGE 1800 TRXs). Diversity can also be utilised in this type of configuration. Figure 9 shows schematically the coverage area built in this manner. Draft 34 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 35: Figure 9. 2+2 Dual Band Configuration

    GSM/EDGE 900 and GSM/EDGE 1800 antennas towards the same direction. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be used to build fill-in coverage in areas that are difficult to reach with conventional base stations. In these cases, it is recommended that high-gain antennas are used.

  • Page 36: Transmission With The Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    EDGE Base Station and the BSC through the Abis interface. The transmission media can be either radio link (RRI) or wireline (E1/T1). The FC RRI and FXC RRI transmission units are used with Nokia MetroHopper radios and/or Nokia FlexiHopper microwave radios. The FC E1/T1, FXC E1 and FXC E1/T1 transmission units are used for wireline transmission.

  • Page 37: Figure 10. Examples Of Transmission Connections

    FXC E1(/T1) FXC E1(/T1) FXC E1(/T1) FXC E1(/T1) FXC E1(/T1) FC RRI FC E1/T1 FC RRI FC RRI Nokia MetroSite BTS with Transmission node FXC RRI transmission unit FXC RRI Radio hop Figure 10. Examples of transmission connections Draft DN991444 ©...

  • Page 38

    Furthermore, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be directly connected to the BSC. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station supports 16 Kbit/s, 32 Kbit/s and 64 Kbit/s Abis TRX signalling. The O&M signalling speed alternatives are 16 Kbit/s, 32 Kbit/s and 64 Kbit/s. To optimise the use of transmission capacity, combined O&M and TRX signalling is also supported at all these speeds.

  • Page 39: Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station Related Software

    SW pre-installed in order to support rapid deployment of the BTS. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station SW is to a large extent based on the SW for the field-proven Nokia Talk family of base stations and is enhanced with new and improved features.

  • Page 40: Nokia Metrosite Bts Manager Software

    BTS sectoring and TRX numbering can be read from the Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager’s display. During normal operation the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is managed remotely from the OSS. Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager provides a graphical user interface, running in Windows NT, Windows 95, and Windows 98 environments.

  • Page 41: Bts Software Updates

    Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager is part of the Nokia SiteWizard SW package. BTS software updates When the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station software is updated, it can be loaded either locally with the Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager, or remotely from the BSC or the OSS (via the BSC).

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    BTS software. The Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager is delivered on CD-ROM with Nokia SiteWizard. For more information on Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station SW, refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station software release documentation.

  • Page 43: General Function, Construction And Units

    The general principle of signalling between the network, the BTS and the Mobile Station (MS) is presented in Figure 12. A more detailed description of the signal flow within the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is presented in Section 6.3. Draft DN991444 ©...

  • Page 44: Figure 12. General Principle Of Signalling Between Network, Bts And Mobile Station

    Abis from network Base- Duplex band filter Abis to network Figure 12. General principle of signalling between network, BTS and mobile station Draft 44 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 45: Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station Internal Function

    Air interface to the receiving MS. 6.1.2 Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station internal function A block diagram of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is shown in Figure Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation...

  • Page 46: Figure 13. Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station Block Diagram

    Abis unit TRX 1 Fan unit Figure 13. Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station block diagram BTS internal buses The BTS internal signalling and the signalling between the BTS and the adjacent external equipment is handled by the following buses: •...

  • Page 47

    Physically, the buses are located on the BTS backplane. Base control functions The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station does not have a separate plug-in unit for base control functions (BCF) because one of the TRXs is configured as the master TRX of the BTS. Currently, the master TRX is always located in TRX slot 1 (the lower left TRX slot, next to the transmission unit and interface unit slots).

  • Page 48: Cabinet (hvmc) And Cover (hvcu, Wcua)

    Power distribution in the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Cabinet (HVMC) and cover (HVCU, WCUA) Similarly to all the other properties of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station, its construction has been optimised for microcellular, building infill and roadside coverage solutions. The chassis and the units are easy to install and move, and the compact structure provides new installation possibilities.

  • Page 49

    General function, construction and units An optional WCUA type cover is available. This cover is made from high impact polycarbonate and when fitted, the Nokia MetroSite EDGE BTS is designed to meet the requirements for National Equipment-Building Standards (NEBS). The dimensions of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station are presented in Figure 15.

  • Page 50: Figure 15. Dimensions Of The Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    871 mm (34.29 in) (37.56 in) 310 mm DN00286083 215 mm (12.20 in) (8.46 in) Figure 15. Dimensions of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Draft 50 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 51

    In the following sections, the Nokia abbreviations for different units are given in the parentheses after the sections’ titles. Note The LED conditions of the units are presented in Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Maintenance. Figure 16 shows the arrangement of the units.

  • Page 52: Figure 16. Arrangement Of Units

    MHz frequencies and 5W (WTxx) GSM/EDGE TRX versions available for the 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz frequencies. For a full list of the TRX alternatives, refer to Table 10. Draft 52 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 53: Figure 17. Transceiver Unit

    Figure 17. Transceiver unit The transceiver unit of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station consists of digital and analogue parts and mechanics. The digital functions are in the baseband module whereas the analogue part consists of an RF module and integrated duplex filter.

  • Page 54: Figure 18. Block Diagram Of A Nokia Metrosite Trx

    6.5 M REF DN98916275 Figure 18. Block diagram of a Nokia MetroSite TRX One of the TRXs is configured as the master TRX, which manages all the O&M functions of the BTS. In order to optimise the transmitter output power, the antennas are directly connected to the TRXs.

  • Page 55: Figure 19. Block Diagram Of The Baseband Module

    The samples are combined, detected, decoded and assembled into TRAU or PCU frames for sending to the Abis connection. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 55 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 56: Rf Module

    The RF module has four parts, the TX, RX, RF Loop, and digital interface. The parts of the RF module are shown in Figure 20. Draft 56 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 57: Figure 20. Block Diagram Of The Rf Module

    The FHS part consists of separate VCO module and PLL circuits. The TX FHS provides the local oscillator signal in the final up- conversion stage of the TX chain. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 57 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 58

    RF module. The Enhanced Up-converter ASIC (EXTA) incorporates a DDS, generating a modulated signal for the TX. The Enhanced Down-converter ASIC (ERXA) performs digital channel filtering and controls AGC. Draft 58 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 59: Table 2. Trx Interface Connectors

    SMA (female) Interface unit (VIFA) The external interfaces of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station are located on the interface unit. The Local Management Port (LMP) provides the connection to the MetroSite BTS Manager PC. The Nokia Q1 interface is a connection for supervising the Nokia Q1-bus compatible external equipment, such as DMR radios.

  • Page 60: Figure 21. Interface Unit Of The Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    External alarms and controls Extension interface Nokia Q1 interface Figure 21. Interface unit of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station 6.4.1 External interfaces The interfaces and their connector types are described in this section. Local Management Port (LMP) The LMP provides the connection to the MetroSite BTS Manager PC. The connector type for the LMP is BQ, RS-232.

  • Page 61: Table 3. Pin Configuration Of The Lmp Connector

    Ground Nokia Q1 interface The Nokia Q1 interface provides a connection for supervising the Nokia Q1-bus compatible external equipment, such as DMR radios. The Q1 interface connector type is TQ. Figure 23 and Table 4 present the pin order and configuration for the Q1 connector.

  • Page 62: Table 5. Pin Configurations Of The Eac Connector

    Product Description Extension interface This 50-pin mini D-type connector is used for BTS chaining and for connecting to the Nokia MetroHub Transmission Node. External alarms and controls (EAC) The external alarms and controls connector provides the interface for 10 customer definable external alarm (EA) inputs and 4 control outputs (ECO).

  • Page 63: Transmission Unit (vxea, Vxtx, Vxrb)

    All transmission units can be managed locally with the Nokia SiteWizard software. 6.5.1 Unit alternatives for radio link transmission The following radio link transmission units are available for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: FXC RRI (VXRB) • Maximum 16 x 2 Mbit/s capacity •...

  • Page 64: Figure 25. Radio Link Transmission Unit Alternatives

    FXC RRI Figure 25. Radio link transmission unit alternatives 6.5.2 Unit alternatives for wireline transmission The following wireline transmission units are available for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: FC E1/T1 (VXEA) The FC E1/T1 transmission unit: • Provides one Abis line interface to the 2 Mbit/s (E1) or 1.5 Mbit/s (T1) transmission line •...

  • Page 65: Table 6. Pin Configuration Of A Balanced Tq Connector

    Grooming, branching and loop protection support • 8 Kbit/s level cross-connection functions between the four Abis line interfaces and the D-bus • Nokia Q1 E2E traffic routing model, which allows easy transmission network planning Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 65 (98)

  • Page 66

    RX connectors are connected to each other with a grounding bridge. By removing the grounding bridge, the RX connector’s outer conductor can be changed from direct grounding to capacitive grounding. For more information on the FXC E1 transmission unit, refer to Nokia MetroHub Product Description. FXC E1/T1 (VXTB):...

  • Page 67: Figure 27. Wireline Transmission Unit Alternatives

    IF3 TX IF3 RX IF3 TX/RX IF4 TX IF4 RX IF4 TX/RX FC E1/T1 IF TX IF RX IF TX/RX Figure 27. Wireline transmission unit alternatives Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 67 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 68: Table 7. Power Supply Unit Alternatives

    The purpose of the power supply unit is to convert the incoming AC or DC supply voltages into the appropriate DC output voltages. The power is distributed to the units of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station and to radio outdoor units (if used) via the backplane. DC power supplies are reverse polarity protected.

  • Page 69: Figure 28. Power Supply Unit

    ON and stand-by AC 110 V Figure 28. Power supply unit The connector type of each power supply alternative is presented in Table 8. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 69 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 70: Table 8. Power Supply Connector Types

    One cooling fan unit is available, applicable for all MetroSite TRX variants. The fan details are given in Table 9 and is shown in Figure 29. Draft 70 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 71: Table 9. Cooling Fans Details

    Cooling fans details Fan type Cooling fan capacity Notes HVMF For all MetroSite BTS TRXs 120 m /hr (4238 ft /hr) HVMF Figure 29. Fan unit Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 71 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Product Description Draft 72 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 73: Table 10. Transceiver Unit Alternatives

    Unit alternatives and other delivery items Unit alternatives and other delivery items This chapter details the unit alternatives for Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Stations. Table 10. Transceiver unit alternatives Input power Frequency band Unit type Notes GSM 900 HVTGA Standard filter...

  • Page 74: Table 11. Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station Unit Alternatives And Other Delivery Items

    Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station User Manual Options Pole mounting kit Prefabricated LMP, EAC, power (AC and DC), Flexbus, Extension and Q1 cables for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can also be ordered from Nokia. Draft 74 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444...

  • Page 75: Table 12. Common Technical Data

    Technical specifications Technical specifications The purpose of this chapter is to provide all the necessary technical data for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. Table 12. Common technical data Property Value Note Height 871 mm (34.3 in) 954 mm (37.56 in)

  • Page 76: Table 13. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm 900 Trx

    TX output power at antenna 37 dBm (68°F), ± 2.5dB at connector, nominal extreme temperatures Dynamic power range 30 dB (15 x 2 dB steps) Draft 76 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 77: Table 14. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm 1800 Trx

    Nominal -106.0 dBm Minimum RX diversity With two or more TRXs in one sector Isolation requirement for Minimum 25 dB antenna or external combiner equipment Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 77 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 78: Table 15. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm 1900 Trx

    TX frequency range A: 869 - 894 MHz RX frequency range 824 - 829 MHz Channel spacing 200 KHz Available radio channels Four blocked channels Draft 78 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 79: Table 17. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm/edge 900 Trx

    H and J with improved isolation H: 898 - 915 MHz between TX and J: 890 - 915 MHz RX bands Channel spacing 200 KHz Available radio channels Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 79 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 80: Table 18. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm/edge 1800 Trx

    ± 2 dB at 20°C TX output power at antenna 37 dBm (GMSK) (68°F), ± 2.5 dB at connector, nominal 35 dBm (8-PSK) extreme temperatures Draft 80 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 81: Table 19. Specific Technical Data For The 5w Gsm/edge 1900 Trx

    ± 2 dB at 20°C TX output power at antenna 37 dBm (GMSK) (68°F), ± 2.5 dB at connector, nominal 35 dBm (8-PSK) extreme temperatures Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 81 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 82: Table 20. Hw Interfaces Of Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    TRXs in one sector Isolation requirement for Minimum 25 dB antenna or external combiner equipment Table 20. HW interfaces of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Interface Number Connector type/note Antenna connectors 1 to 4 N-type (female), one for each TRX...

  • Page 83: Table 21. Transmission Interfaces Of Nokia Metrosite Edge Base Station

    Technical specifications Table 20. HW interfaces of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station (Continued) Interface Number Connector type/note Frame clock MCX (female) Q1 interface Local management port (LMP) BQ, RS-232 Table 21. Transmission interfaces of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Interface...

  • Page 84: Table 23. Dimensions And Weight Of The Trx

    Dimensions and weight of the interface unit Dimension Value Height 58 mm 2.3 in Width 152 mm 6.0 in Depth 200 mm 7.9 in Weight 1 kg 2.2 lb Draft 84 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 85: Table 25. Dimensions And Weight Of The Transmission Unit

    Weight < 4 kg (depending on type) < 8.8 lb System requirements for Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager System requirements for Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager are detailed in Table 27. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 85 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 86: Table 27. System Requirements For Nokia Metrosite Bts Manager

    Accessories CD-ROM drive Windows compatible mouse or pointing device Windows compatible printer (optional) Cable (PC - BTS) Basic telecommunication features The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station supports the following basic telecommunication features: • DRX, discontinuous reception • DTX, discontinuous transmission •...

  • Page 87: Table 28. Common Standards

    This section lists the recommendations referred to in the designing of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. 8.4.1 Common standards Table 28 lists the common standards referred to in the designing of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. Table 28. Common standards...

  • Page 88: Table 30. Electrical Safety Standards

    Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) for European digital cellular telecommunications system Part 3: Base station and ancillary equipment and repeaters meeting, Phase 2, GSM requirements Draft 88 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 89

    IEC 1000-4-11: 1994 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 11: Voltage dips, short EN 61000-4-11: 1994 interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 89 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 90: Environment

    Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 9: Pulse magnetic field immunity test: Basic EMC publication 8.4.3 Environment The environmental standards referred to in the designing of Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station are described in this section. Draft 90 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444...

  • Page 91: Mechanical Standards

    Part 2-2: Specification of environmental tests: Stationary use at non-weather protected locations 8.4.4 Mechanical standards The mechanical standards referred to in the designing of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station are described in this section. Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation...

  • Page 92: Base Station Interface Equipment - Related Recommendations And Standards

    Protection GR-487-CORE Corrosion Resistance - Temperature Cycling/High Humidity Note The Nokia MetroSite EDGE BTS is designed to meet GR-63-CORE (NEBS) and GR-487-CORE only when fitted with the WCUA type cover (high impact polycarbonate). 8.4.5 Base station interface equipment - related recommendations and...

  • Page 93: Table 37. 2048 Kbit/s E1 Interface

    • 08.51 • BSC-BTS Interface, General Aspects • 08.54 • BSC-BTS Interface Principles • 08.52 • BSC BTS Interface Layer 1, Structure of Physical Circuits Draft DN991444 © Nokia Corporation 93 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 94: Table 38. 1544 Kbit/s T1 Interface

    Functional Interface Characteristics PCM Coding Law Primary PCM Multiplexer Synchronous 2 Mbit/s Digital Multiplexer Performance Parameters AT&T TR 62411 Jitter and Wander Multiplexing, Rate Adaptation Draft 94 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

  • Page 95: Index

    LMB (Local Management Bus) duplex filter part LMP (Local Management Port) LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) loop connection Draft DN991444 ©Nokia Corporation 95 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 96

    BTS interfaces network quality common Nokia MetroSite BTS Manager electrical Nokia MetroSite Capacity Solution electrical safety Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station software environmental Nokia SiteWizard input voltage non -transparent data mechanical star connection system requirements...

  • Page 97

    (UC) block uplink diversity weight interface unit plug -in units power supply unit transceiver unit transmission unit wireline transmission, unit alternatives. Draft DN991444 ©Nokia Corporation 97 (98) Issue 3-0 en Draft Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Product Description Draft 98 (98) © Nokia Corporation DN991444 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en Draft...

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