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Issue 3 en
Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station
Installation
© Nokia Corporation
Nokia Proprietary and Confidential
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    Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Installation DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 1 (72) Issue 3 en 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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    Installation For the MetroSite EDGE to be used in the USA and continue to meet the FCC certification granted, it must be noted that the following channels are blocked and can not be configured for use. For use in the GSM 1900 band: •...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    FXC E1/T1 transmission unit 61 8.4.4 FXC RRI transmission unit 62 Interface unit 63 Transceiver units (TRXs) 64 Completing the cabling 66 Completing the installation 69 Index 71 DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 5 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 6: List Of Tables

    Installation List of tables Table 1. Working order for installing the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Table 2. Installation equipment checklist Table 3. Pre-installation parts checklist Table 4. Checklist for contents of the transportation package for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Table 5.

  • Page 7: List Of Figures

    List of figures Figure 1. Contents of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station transportation package when unpacked 22 Figure 2. Contents of the optional pole mounting kit 23 Figure 3. Connecting the antistatic wrist strap before removing any units 25 Figure 4.

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    Installation 8 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

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    Version 3.1, July/October 2002: • Modifications to pole mounting kit incorporated (two types of band and locking device) • Note added about horizontal mounting of WCUA cover DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 9 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Installation 10 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 11: About This Document

    EDGE Base Station from delivery of the BTS package to the site to BTS commissioning. Read carefully Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Warnings and Cautions and Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Requirements for Installation and Operation before starting the installation.

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    Installation 12 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 13: Working Order

    Working order Working order The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station is installed upright on a pole or a wall. Pole mounting requires a pole mounting kit, which is ordered separately when required. The BTS can also be installed horizontally on its back.

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  • Page 15: Preparations For Installation

    Note The installation of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be carried out by one person if units are removed before mounting the cabinet. However, it requires at least two people to lift a BTS with its units installed.

  • Page 16: Bts Interfaces And Cables

    Depending on the site solution, check that the appropriate interface units and cables are on the site if cabling is to be completed during one installation. Details of the required connectors and cables are found in Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Requirements for Installation and Operation.

  • Page 17: Table 3. Pre-installation Parts Checklist

    Notes BTS transportation package Confirm that the correct package has been delivered Optional pole mounting kit For pole mounting, ordered from Nokia if required BTS interfaces and cables Depending on the site solution Wall screws and anchor plugs Supplied by installer for wall mounting, refer to Table 6 for screw specifications...

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    Installation 18 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 19: Unpacking The Delivery

    WARNING Lifting a BTS complete with units requires at least two people. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station weighs 28 to 40 kg (62 to 88 lb), depending on the number of TRXs installed. Working order for unpacking The procedures for unpacking include careful checking of the condition and contents of the delivery.

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    The unused connectors on the units are protected with rubber caps. Leave the cap on the connector if the connector is not going to be used for cabling. 20 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 21: Contents Of The Bts Transportation Package

    Contents of the BTS transportation package Refer to Table 4 and Figure 1 for the contents of the transportation package for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. Table 4. Checklist for contents of the transportation package for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station Part Notes...

  • Page 22: Contents Of The Pole Mounting Kit

    Cable cover support Cable cover Figure 1. Contents of the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station transportation package when unpacked Contents of the pole mounting kit The pole mounting kit is ordered as an option when required. Refer to Table 5 and Figure 2 for the contents of the pole mounting kit.

  • Page 23: Figure 2. Contents Of The Optional Pole Mounting Kit

    Back blocks Metal bands Locking device Front blocks Allen screws M8x120 bolts Square nuts Washers (M6x20) 20x20x4 mm DN0245446 Figure 2. Contents of the optional pole mounting kit DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 23 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Installation 24 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 25: Removing The Units

    Caution Always use the antistatic wrist strap when removing or installing the units. For more information on electro-static discharge protection, refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Warnings and Cautions. The wrist strap and the connection point are shown in Figure 3.

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    If the unit does not come out easily, rock it slightly from left to right using the handle and then pull the unit out. Do not use excessive force! Caution When handling the units, beware of sharp edges! 26 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 27: Figure 4. Removing The Units

    Handle the units with care. Do not knock the units or place them with their connectors facing the ground. Prevent dirt, water, or snow from entering the connectors. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 27 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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  • Page 29: Mounting The Bts

    The mounting rack is used in both wall and pole installations to provide a fixing base for the Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station. The dimensions of the mounting rack are presented in Figure 5. Screw holes R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, and R6 are for fixing the mounting rack onto the wall or the pole bracket.

  • Page 30: Wall Mounting

    Installation The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station can be installed in a vertical position or in a horizontal position. For more information on the permitted mounting positions, refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Requirements for Installation and Operation. Note Horizontal installation is done in the same manner as wall mounting.

  • Page 31: Figure 6. Cardboard Template For Aligning Wall Mounting Screw Holes

    Mounting the BTS Figure 6. Cardboard template for aligning wall mounting screw holes DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 31 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    R4 in Figure 7. Insert the anchor plugs (or appropriate counterparts) into the wall. Position the rectangle shaped washer over screw holes R3 and R4 and insert and tighten the screws. 32 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 33: Figure 7. Wall Mounting

    L-beam on the back of the cabinet are attached to the mounting rack. Mounting rack L-beam Offset fixing screws attached to the L-beam (2 pcs) Figure 7. Wall mounting DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 33 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 34: Pole Mounting

    (2.4 - 4.7 in) • Large-pole kit: 2 front blocks, 2 metal bands, 2 • Large poles: 120 - 300 mm locking devices, 4 Allen screws (4.7 - 11.8 in) 34 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 35: Attaching The Cabinet With The Small-pole Mounting Kit

    If the diameter of the installation pole is 90 to 120 mm (3.5 to 4.7 in), use the outer holes. Figure 9 shows the inner bolt holes being used. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 35 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 36: Figure 9. Pre-assembling The Pole Brackets

    Screw the bolt in further, enough to prevent the bolt and the square nut from sliding out from the front block. See [4] in Figure 9. Figure 9. Pre-assembling the pole brackets 36 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

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    Use a torque socket spanner/wrench with a 6 mm Allen bit to tighten the bolts to 12 Nm (8.85 lb ft). Fix the lower bracket to the pole in the same manner as the upper bracket. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 37 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 38: Figure 10. Attaching The Mounting Rack And The Pole Brackets

    Bring the BTS to the mounting rack and hang it on the upper BTS fixing screws, B1 and B2 in Figure 11. Do not tighten them yet! 38 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

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    12 Nm (8.85 lb ft). If you have removed any BTS units, proceed to Chapter 7. If you have not removed any units proceed directly to Chapter 8. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 39 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 40: Figure 11. Pole Mounting With The Small-pole Mounting Kit

    Installation Mounting rack Attach the BTS to the mounting rack with offset screws at the BTS back side. Figure 11. Pole mounting with the small-pole mounting kit 40 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 41: Attaching The Cabinet With The Large-pole Mounting Kit

    Band length for different pole diameters Pole diameter Band length Pole diameter Band length (mm) (mm) (in) (in) 22.8 24.8 26.8 29.1 31.1 33.5 10.2 35.4 11.0 37.4 1010 11.8 39.8 DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 41 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 42: Figure 12. Pole Bracket Pre-assembled (large-pole Mounting Kit)

    Detail of locking device, attached to metal band Detail of entry point for metal band into front bracket block Figure 12. Pole bracket pre-assembled (large-pole mounting kit) 42 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 43: Figure 13. Pole Bracket Pre-assembled (large-pole Mounting Kit)

    30 mm (1.2 in) in length. Leave it free for now. Worm screw Locking rack Worm screw housing Metal band Figure 13. Pole bracket pre-assembled (large-pole mounting kit) DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 43 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    10 Nm (7.4 lb ft) using a torque socket spanner/wrench and the 8 mm hexagon socket. Fix the lower bracket in the same manner as the upper bracket. 44 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 45: Figure 14. Attaching The Mounting Rack And The Pole Brackets

    NOTE! Make sure that the three adjacent screw holes are on the upper edge of the bracket block. DN99544792 Figure 14. Attaching the mounting rack and the pole brackets DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 45 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    6 mm Allen bit to tighten to 12 Nm (8.85 lb ft). If you have removed any units, proceed to Chapter 7. If you have not removed any units proceed directly to Chapter 8. 46 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 47: Figure 15. Pole Mounting With Large-pole Mounting Kit

    Mounting the BTS Mounting rack Attach the BTS to the mounting rack with offset screws at the BTS back side. DN9913502 Figure 15. Pole mounting with large-pole mounting kit DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 47 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Installation 48 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 49: Reinstalling The Units

    Caution Always use the antistatic wrist strap when removing or installing the units. For more information on electro-static discharge protection, refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Warnings and Cautions. The wrist strap and the connection point are shown in Figure 3.

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    Installation Caution In order to ensure proper weather shielding, all unit retaining screws must be tightened. 50 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 51: Cabinet Cabling

    Cabinet cabling This document assumes that you are using the ready-made cables supplied by Nokia, or that all cables have been prefabricated before starting the cabling of the BTS. For information on the cable types and connectors refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Requirements for Installation and Operation.

  • Page 52: Figure 16. Displacing The Sealing Strip And Removing The Cable Entry Block Screws

    When the screws are removed, the cable entry block can be split apart at appropriate places for routing the cables through the cable holes. For routing the cables through the block, see Figure 17. 52 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 53: Grounding

    18). Depending on the local regulations, choose the appropriate connector for connecting the grounding cable to the chassis. Note that the grounding cable in alternative 2 must be fitted with a cable shoe. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 53 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 54: Figure 18. Grounding Connector Alternatives

    Fix the terminal to the cable with a crimping tool. Insert the crimp terminal between the cabinet and the washer. Tighten the screws. 54 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 55: Power Supply

    WARNING MAINS VOLTAGE! Follow your national legislation when working with the power supply. The Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station must be permanently wired to a disconnect device (such as a circuit breaker), in accordance with current local and national wiring standards.

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    (see Figure 19). Use the three holes for routing the conductor cables. Connect the power supply cable to the power connector in the power supply unit. Close the power supply connector shield and tighten the screws. 56 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 57: Figure 19. Power Supply Unit And Power Connector Alternatives

    Cabinet cabling Sealing for 1 wire Sealing for 3 wires Connector alternatives: AC 230 V AC 110 V Figure 19. Power supply unit and power connector alternatives DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 57 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 58: Transmission Unit

    The 75 Ω TX and RX connectors are connected to each other with a grounding bridge (see Figure 20). If the grounding bridge is removed, the grounding of the RX connector’s outer conduct changes from direct grounding to capacitive grounding. 58 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 59: Figure 20. Cabling Alternatives For The Fc E1/t1 Transmission Unit

    Connect the connector of TX/RX signal line to the 100/120 Ω TX/RX • connector on the FC E1/T1 front panel (see Figure 20). Tighten the connector nut properly. DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 59 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 60: Fxc E1 Transmission Unit

    TX line, IF2 RX line, IF2 TX line, IF3 RX line, IF3 TX line, IF4 RX line, IF4 Figure 21. Cabling of the FXC E1 transmission unit 60 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 61: Fxc E1/t1 Transmission Unit

    FXC E1/T1 has four 100/120 Ω TX/RX connectors (type TQ). FXC E1/T1 RX/TX line 1 RX/TX line 2 RX/TX line 3 RX/TX line 4 Figure 22. Cabling of the FXC E1/T1 transmission unit DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 61 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 62: Fxc Rri Transmission Unit

    Cabling the FXC RRI transmission unit • Connect the RX/TX (Flexbus) cable from the radio outdoor unit to the TNC connector(s) on the FXC RRI transmission unit (see Figure 23). 62 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 63: Interface Unit

    When you have connected the cables, push the rubber seals onto the connectors. Cabling the interface unit Connect the external alarms and controls cable to the EAC connector (26- pin, mini-D connector). DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 63 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 64: Transceiver Units (trxs)

    Note The extension interface connectors are not used yet. Transceiver units (TRXs) Diversity cables and antenna feeders are connected to the TRXs. See also Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Product Description. Cabling the TRXs Disconnect the diversity cables from the SMA type connectors on the TRXs (if needed).

  • Page 65: Figure 25. Examples Of Diversity Cabling Alternatives

    - 1 dual port port antenna - 4 single port - 4 single port antenna - 3 single port antennas antennas antennas Figure 25. Examples of diversity cabling alternatives DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 65 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 66: Completing The Cabling

    Align it to the recesses on the cable cover support and slide it downwards until it locks to the cable cover support (see [B] in Figure 26). 66 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 67: Figure 26. Routing The Cables And Closing The Cable Cover

    Cabinet cabling Cable cover Cable cover support Figure 26. Routing the cables and closing the cable cover DN991456 © Nokia Corporation 67 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

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    Installation 68 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 69: Completing The Installation

    Switch the BTS power ON. Connect the LMP cable from the MetroSite BTS Manager PC to the LMP connector on the interface unit. Proceed to the BTS commissioning tasks. Refer to Nokia MetroSite EDGE Base Station: Commissioning. Fitting the cover and locking the cabinet Bring the BTS cover to the BTS chassis (see Figure 27).

  • Page 70: Figure 27. Hanging The Bts Cover

    Installation Fixing point for safety strap under the cover top Figure 27. Hanging the BTS cover 70 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

  • Page 71: Index

    DC power mounting kit for pole mounting delivery contents mounting rack dimensions mounting rack installation mounting rack pole diameter wall space direct grounding offset screws diversity cabling alternatives DN991456 ©Nokia Corporation 71 (72) Issue 3 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...

  • Page 72

    SMA type connectors template for wall mounting tools for installation transceiver unit (TRX) cabling transmission unit cabling transportation package unit installation unit removal unpacking the delivery wall mounting 72 (72) © Nokia Corporation DN991456 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3 en...

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