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  • Page 1 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/ FXC RRI User Manual B0 Binder 1/1 C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (2)
  • Page 2 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 3 DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en Installation DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en Commissioning and Maintenance DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en Product Description DN99592717 Issue 2-2 en Glossary DN99593058 Issue 2-1 en M = Missing Document P = Preliminary NOKIA / C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (2)
  • Page 4 M = Missing Document P = Preliminary 2 (2) © Nokia Networks Oy NOKIA / C33512.22...
  • Page 5 C33512.20 D0 Nokia MetroHopper Radio Document Note User Manual Draft DN99592241 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (11) Issue 3-0 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...
  • Page 6 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 7 DN99592241 Issue 2-0 en 11 Feb 2000 DN99592241 Issue 2-1 en 16 Mar 2000 DN99592241 Issue 2-2 en 11 May 2000 DN99592241 Issue 3-0 en 31 Aug 2001 Draft DN99592241 © Nokia Networks Oy 3 (11) Issue 3-0 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...
  • Page 8 Document Note Draft 4 (11) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592241 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en...
  • Page 9 User Manual / Product version compatibility User Manual / Product version compatibility C33512.20 Nokia MetroHopper with FIU 19 / RRIC User Manual Version D0 This user manual provides the instructions for the installation and operation of the products listed below.
  • Page 10 4 x 2M plug-in units. For 16 x 2M 1+0 you have to order a main unit a suitable upgrade kit (T55246.4x). Note The capacity of Nokia MetroHopper is fixed to 4 x 2 Mbit/s. Table 5. FIU 19 upgrades...
  • Page 11 FIU 19 Mounting Kit for 16x2M 1+1 Table 7. RRIC indoor unit Product code Product name Product version T55290.01 RRIC Radio Relay Interface T55291.01 RRIC Power Supply for AC Intratalk BTS Draft DN99592241 © Nokia Networks Oy 7 (11) Issue 3-0 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...
  • Page 12 LMP Cable (5.0 m) P31711.01 TruMan C8.0 E62717.01 V.11/V.28 converter cable set (PC-TRUx) E62717.03 V.11/V.28 converter cable set (PC-TRUx) 26287.01 Chassis 20T/14U T55270.01 Nokia Q1 LMP cable Draft 8 (11) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592241 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en...
  • Page 13 Jumper cables for connecting the RRIC indoor unit to the connector board on top of the base station cabinet are included with the base station. Draft DN99592241 © Nokia Networks Oy 9 (11) Issue 3-0 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...
  • Page 14 Product Product code Product name version T55254.01 TALK FIU 19 Power Connector Kit T55258.02 FIU 19 Power Cable 15m T55259.02 FB Plug-In Power Cable 15m Draft 10 (11) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592241 Nokia Proprietary and Confidential Issue 3-0 en...
  • Page 15 T30839.01 Power AC/DC 1x100W 19/ETS 1.5U T30839.02 Power AC/DC 2x100W 19/ETS 1.5U T30839.03 Power DC/DC 1x100W 19/ETS 1.5U T30839.04 Power DC/DC 2x100W 19/ETS 1.5U Draft DN99592241 © Nokia Networks Oy 11 (11) Issue 3-0 en Nokia Proprietary and Confidential...
  • Page 16 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/FXC RRI Commissioning and Maintenance User Manual B0 C33512.22 DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 17 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents 3 About this document 7 Commissioning Nokia MetroHopper 9 Precautions 9 Commissioning with Nokia BTS Manager 10 Commissioning with Nokia MetroHub Manager 13 Configuring identifications and settings 13 2.4.1 Identifications 14 2.4.2 Unit settings 14 2.4.3 Outdoor unit settings 14...
  • Page 19 Commissioning and Maintenance 4 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 20 C33512012SE_00 29 Oct 1999 Prerelease version DN99611394 Issue 1-0 en 28 Dec 1999 New document numbering scheme adopted DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en 30 May 2000 Valid for Nokia SiteWizard C1.0 DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 5 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 21 Commissioning and Maintenance 6 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 22: About This Document

    MetroHub Manager software included in the Nokia SiteWizard CD-ROM. This document describes only outdoor unit -related settings and functions. To commission Nokia MetroHopper with FC RRI or FXC RRI you need also Nokia MetroSite GSM BTS User Manual or Nokia MetroHub User Manual which describe all node-level and RRI-related settings and functions.
  • Page 23 Commissioning and Maintenance 8 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 24: Commissioning Nokia Metrohopper

    This chapter describes the commissioning process of the Nokia MetroHopper Radio. All commissioning tasks are performed with Nokia BTS Manager in case the radio is used with Nokia MetroSite GSM BTS or with Nokia MetroHub Manager in case the radio is used with Nokia MetroHub.
  • Page 25: Commissioning With Nokia Bts Manager

    Flexbus in use before you can proceed to the next page. Note The radio capacity of Nokia MetroHopper is fixed to 4 x 2 Mbit/s. Note If the transmission unit is FC RRI, only Flexbus 1 settings are displayed.
  • Page 26 Commissioning Nokia MetroHopper Figure 1. Flexbus settings page The MetroHopper General Settings page is displayed next. On this page, you can select the settings for the outdoor unit connected to the Flexbus 1 interface. • Hop Mode: one of the terminals forming a radio hop must be configured as the master and the other end as the slave.
  • Page 27 Commissioning and Maintenance Figure 2. MetroHopper General Settings page If the transmission unit in use is FXC RRI, define the settings for the Flexbus interface 2 and the connected outdoor unit as described above. If the transmission unit is FC RRI, only one Flexbus is available and you can proceed to step 4 directly.
  • Page 28: Commissioning With Nokia Metrohub Manager

    Configuring identifications and settings This section describes how to view or change outdoor unit related identifications or settings with Nokia BTS Manager or Nokia MetroHub Manager. When you are using Nokia BTS Manager, all Nokia MetroHopper related identifications and settings are accessed through the Transmission menu. In case you are using Nokia MetroHub Manager, these are found under the FXC RRI menu.
  • Page 29: Identifications

    Select the required Flexbus interface. In these windows you can enable or disable Flexbus interfaces and set the appropriate capacity. Note that with Nokia MetroHopper the capacity is fixed to 4 x 2 Mbit/s. You can also switch the OU power feed on or off.
  • Page 30 Commissioning Nokia MetroHopper Hop end mode One of the terminals forming a hop must be configured as the master and the other as the slave. In order to change the hop end mode, you will need to recommission the hop by using Radio Wizard.
  • Page 31: Verifying Commissioning

    If the signal quality is OK (unavailability time = 0) and there are no unexpected alarms, the commissioning of the hop is complete. If there occurs any unavailability time during the monitoring, repeat the monitoring. 16 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 32: Maintaining Nokia Metrohopper

    With the Nokia Network Management System (NMS), service measurements can be performed in a centralised manner for the entire network without having to move physically from station to station.
  • Page 33: Measurements

    The statistics that the network element records for signal quality are kept to ITU- T recommendation G.826. These values are available for 2M platform interfaces of FXC RRI (last 16 measurements). The following statistics are recorded: 18 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 34: Using Loopbacks

    Errored Blocks as specified in G.826 1) G.826 gives two definitions for SES. In Nokia Q1, the definition of SES as “≥30% errored blocks in one-second period" is adopted. To see the signal quality counters, click Transmission / FXC RRI → Statistics on the menu.
  • Page 35 To set a loopback point: Select the required interface from the list. Define the required loop type by selecting the appropriate radio button. Send the changes to the node by clicking the Send button. 20 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 36: Replacing Or Removing Outdoor Unit

    Maintaining Nokia MetroHopper Figure 4. Interface loops window Note When a loopback has been set, no other settings will take effect until the equipment is returned to normal state. To force the equipment to normal state, select the Normal radio button and click the Send button.
  • Page 37 If the units to be removed or replaced carry important traffic, reroute the traffic before starting the work. The removal or replacement of equipment cuts traffic. To replace or remove the Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit: Set the OU to Receiving only transmitter mode (see Section ). This ensures that the radio will not transmit accidentally in case it is reinstalled.
  • Page 38: Appendix A. Alarm Descriptions

    Alarm descriptions Appendix A. Alarm descriptions This appendix lists the alarms that a Nokia MetroHopper with FC RRI or FXC RRI network element can give. Each table also gives a short description of the fault generating the alarm and provides some guidelines on how to remedy the fault.
  • Page 39 Buffer overflow Severity: Critical Unit/SB type: BFI channel Fault code: 113 Consequence: Meaning: 2M signal buffer overflow/underflow Instructions: Cancelling: Configuration error Severity: Minor Unit/SB type: Identifications Fault code: 186 Consequence: 24 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 40 Unit/SB type: 1) Flexbus 2) PRBS2 3) PRBSF 4) 2M LIF Fault code: 99 Consequence: Meaning: 1, 4) Received signal BER over limit 2, 3) Detector BER over limit Instructions: Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 25 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 41 Unit/SB type: 1) Flexbus 2) PRBS2 3) PRBSF 4) 2M LIF Fault code: 101 Consequence: Meaning: 1, 4) Received signal BER over limit 2, 3) Detector BER over limit Instructions: Cancelling: 26 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 42 1) HW setup 2) Critical 2) Flexbus Fault code: 142 Consequence: Meaning: 1) Incompatibility detected 2) Flexbus not in use but OU (or IU) is connected to it Instructions: Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 27 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 43 Fault code: 0 Consequence: Meaning: OU power supply fault Instructions: Cancelling: Fault in unit Severity: Critical Unit/SB type: Unit Fault code: 150 Consequence: Meaning: Unit temperature crossed higher threshold Instructions: Cancelling: 28 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 44 Fault code: 149 Consequence: Meaning: Flexbus LED state is forced Instructions: Cancelling: Loop to equipment Severity: Major Unit/SB type: Flexbus Fault code: 22 Consequence: Meaning: Loopback to terminal Instructions: Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 29 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 45 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 81 Consequence: Meaning: 1) RX frame lock lost / FEC header error / Frame alignment lost 2) Frame alignment lost (CRC not in use) Instructions: Cancelling: 30 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 46 Meaning: Real time clock is not set after reset Instructions: Cancelling: Real time updated Severity: Warning Unit/SB type: Real time clock Fault code: 184 Consequence: Meaning: Updated real time clock difference more than 500 ms Instructions: Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 31 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 47 1) Flexbus 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 263 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: Subrack has excessive units Severity: Major Unit/SB type: 1) HW setup Fault code: 140 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: 32 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 48 Meaning: Test generator on / Test detector on / Polynomial selected / Test running Instructions: Cancelling: Unavailability Severity: Critical Unit/SB type: 1) Flexbus 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 262 Consequence: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 33 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 49 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 257 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: 15 min G.826 BBE threshold crossed Severity: Minor Unit/SB type: 1) Flexbus 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 258 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: 34 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 50 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 260 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: 24 h G.826 BBE threshold crossed Severity: Warning Unit/SB type: 1) Flexbus 2) 2M LIF Fault code: 261 Consequence: Meaning: Instructions: Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 35 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 51: Fxc Rri Unit Alarms

    Cancelling: If the radio signal is faded it will come back when the fading stops. If the OU is FlexiHopper, check the maximum TX power setting. If a stronger TX power is allowed, it will withstand fading better. 36 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 52 Unit/SB type: Platform interface Fault code: 179 Consequence: Meaning: Far end has lost frame alignment. Instructions: Check the signal flow from the transmit direction of the alarming interface to the far end. Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 37 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 53 Instructions: Loops are normally used to locate faults. Cancelling: A loopback will be removed automatically after a control timeout has expired. A loop can also be removed with Manager back to the normal state. 38 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 54 Meaning: Platform interface has lost CRC frame alignment. Instructions: Check that the other end of the link has CRC in use. Use the same instructions as in the loss of frame alignment to locate the fault. Cancelling: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 39 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 55: Metrohopper Unit Alarms

    -Use platform interface loop to equipment to check that platform interface locks to its own TX signal. If not, replace the unit. -Use Flexbus loop to equipment and check that platform interface locks to its own signal. If not, replace the unit. Cancelling: MetroHopper unit alarms Fault in power supply Severity: Critical SB: Radio interface...
  • Page 56 Instructions: Check the far-end radio, alignment and/or the radio path. Return a faulty unit to maintenance. Cancelling: No free channel Severity: Critical SB: Radio interface Fault code: 40 Consequence: DN99611394 © Nokia Networks Oy 41 (42) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 57 Instructions: Cancelling: Temperature alarm Severity: Major SB: Radio interface Fault code: 145 Consequence: Meaning: Operating temperature below -50 °C or above +80 °C. Possibility of measurement sensor fault. Instructions: Cancelling: 42 (42) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611394 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 58 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/FXC RRI Guide to Documentation User Manual B0 C33512.22 DN99611449 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (16) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 59 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 60 Delivery media 11 3.1.1 Electronic documents 11 3.1.2 Paper documents 11 Sales items 11 Conventions used in the documents 13 User manual identification 13 Document identification 13 Typographic conventions 14 DN99611449 © Nokia Networks Oy 3 (16) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 61 Guide to Documentation 4 (16) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 62 Summary of changes Document Date Comment C33512010SE_00 29 Nov 1999 DN99611449 Issue 1-0 en 28 Dec 1999 New document numbering scheme adopted. DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en 30 May 2000 DN99611449 © Nokia Networks Oy 5 (16) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 63 Guide to Documentation 6 (16) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 64: About This Document

    About this document About this document This document describes the scope, structure, and use of Nokia MetroHopper with FC RRI / FXC RRI User Manual, which is also a subset of Nokia MetroSite solution documentation. This document provides the following information: •...
  • Page 65 Guide to Documentation 8 (16) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 66: User Manual Contents

    Outdoor Unit Installation Commissioning and Maintenance Instructions on how to use Nokia BTS Manager and Nokia MetroHub Manager (included in Nokia SiteWizard) are given in Nokia MetroSite GSM Base Station User Manual and Nokia MetroHub User Manual respectively, and in the online Help of the manager software.
  • Page 67: Contents Of The Documents

    This section describes the general contents of individual documents in this user manual. Installation Overview • overall work order • principles of grounding. Nokia MetroHopper Outdoor Unit Installation • instructions for installing the outdoor unit (OU) • instructions for alignment • instructions for connecting cables.
  • Page 68: Ordering Documents

    Ordering documents Ordering documents You can order Nokia MetroHopper and related documents in electronic or/and paper format. The documents are always delivered in NED package or User Manual binders. To order the documents, contact your local Nokia representative. Delivery media 3.1.1...
  • Page 69 Guide to Documentation • Nokia MetroHopper Radio Product Overview • Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI / FXC RRI User Manual • Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FIU 19 / RRIC User Manual • Nokia MetroHopper OU Quick Reference Guide Product Overview describes the basic features and applications of the Nokia MetroHopper Radio.
  • Page 70: Conventions Used In The Documents

    In electronic documents, the document identifier can be viewed by clicking the icon in the upper right corner at the beginning of each document. When the document is printed, the document indentifier and name appear on each page. DN99611449 © Nokia Networks Oy 13 (16) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 71: Typographic Conventions

    Notes are used to call attention to a certain piece of information. Note This is a note. Task sequences Task sequence symbol is used to indicate the beginning of a task sequence. Task sequence title Step 1 Step 2 14 (16) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 72 Conventions used in the documents Step 3 The following table presents the typographic conventions used in Nokia MetroHopper with FC RRI / FXC RRI User Manual: Table 2. Typographic conventions Convention Meaning Italic font Indicates a word or phrase that is emphasised, or a reference to the title of a document, example: See document Commissioning and Maintenance .
  • Page 73 Guide to Documentation 16 (16) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611449 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 74 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/FXC RRI Installation Overview User Manual B0 C33512.22 DN99611437 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (14) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 75 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 76 Contents Contents 3 About this document 7 Precautions 9 Work order 11 Protective grounding 13 DN99611437 © Nokia Networks Oy 3 (14) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 77 Installation Overview 4 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 78 Summary of changes Document Date Comment C33512011SE_00 29 Oct 1999 DN99611437 Issue 1-0 en 28 Dec 1999 New document numbering scheme adopted. DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en 30 May 2000 FC RRI added. DN99611437 © Nokia Networks Oy 5 (14) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 79 Installation Overview 6 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 80: About This Document

    Detailed instructions for installing the outdoor unit can be found in Nokia MetroHopper Outdoor Unit Installation included in this manual. Installation instructions for FC RRI and FXC RRI can be found in Nokia MetroSite GSM Base Station User Manual and Nokia MetroHub User Manual.
  • Page 81 Installation Overview 8 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 82: Precautions

    • Familiarise yourself thoroughly with the installation instructions. • Plan the installation in advance. • Take the precautions given in the beginning of the outdoor unit installation document into account. DN99611437 © Nokia Networks Oy 9 (14) Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 83 Installation Overview 10 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 84: Work Order

    Work order Work order The following is the recommended task list for the installation of Nokia MetroHopper with FC RRI or FXC RRI. The document detailing the task is indicated after the task. Prepare the cabling. Install the alignment bracket (see Nokia MetroHopper OU Installation).
  • Page 85 Installation Overview 12 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 86: Protective Grounding

    To ensure the operation of the equipment, all equipment of an equipment station must be connected to the same grounding potential. Follow the grounding instructions presented in the Nokia MetroHopper Outdoor Unit Installation document. Ground the sheath of the Flexbus cable between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit at approximately 50 m intervals.
  • Page 87 Installation Overview 14 (14) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99611437 Issue 2-0 en...
  • Page 88 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/FXC RRI Installation User Manual B0 C33512.22 DN99592289 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (26) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 89 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 90 Work order 11 Parts 11 Tools 11 Task list 12 Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit 13 Mounting the alignment bracket on a pole 13 Mounting the alignment bracket on a wall 14 Attaching the optical alignment tool 15 Coarse alignment 16...
  • Page 91 Installation 4 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 92 30 Aug 1999 Instructions updated C33512006SE_B0 29 Oct 1999 Instructions updated DN99592289 Issue 1-0 en 28 Dec 1999 New document numbering scheme adopted. DN99592289 Issue 2-0 en 11 Feb 2000 DN99592289 © Nokia Networks Oy 5 (26) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 93 Installation 6 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 94: About This Document

    About this document About this document This document gives instructions on how to install Nokia MetroHopper Outdoor Unit (OU). The document covers the following topics: • precautions and installation restrictions • tools and work order • installing Nokia MetroHopper OU •...
  • Page 95 Installation 8 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 96: Precautions

    Never connect or disconnect the Flexbus cable when the power is on. Damage to the equipment may result. Installation restrictions Refer to Chapter 7 ('Installation planning') in Product Description for important site requirements related information. DN99592289 © Nokia Networks Oy 9 (26) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 97 Installation 10 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 98: Work Order

    Work order Work order This chapter lists the parts and tools needed when installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit and presents a suggested work order. Parts The following items are needed when installing the Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit: • radio section (included in the package) •...
  • Page 99: Task List

    Task list Plan the work in advance. The following work order is recommended for the installation of the Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit: Prepare the cabling beforehand so that the cables can be connected to the outdoor unit immediately after it has been installed.
  • Page 100: Installing Nokia Metrohopper Outdoor Unit

    Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit This chapter gives instructions for installing and uninstalling the Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit. Mounting the alignment bracket on a pole To install the alignment bracket on a pole: Place the bracket and the clamp around the pole. The diameter of the pole may vary from 30 to 120 mm.
  • Page 101: Mounting The Alignment Bracket On A Wall

    To install the alignment bracket on a wall: Drill the holes for wall installation. Remove the clamp. Install the bracket on a wall with two suitable bolts (not supplied with the package). 14 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 102: Attaching The Optical Alignment Tool

    Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit Tighten the bolts Figure 2. Installing the alignment bracket on a wall Attaching the optical alignment tool Note The use of the optical alignment tool is strongly recommended in order to attain the required level of accuracy.
  • Page 103: Coarse Alignment

    View the far end with the optical alignment tool and aim the red dot towards thecentre of the far-end radio. Align the bracket towards the far end. Tighten the M8 screws to approximately 10 Nm. 16 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 104: Fine Alignment

    Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit Loosen the locking screws Turn the bracket towards far end Optical alignment tool Figure 3. Coarse alignment (pre-alignment) Fine alignment To fine-align: Loosen the locking nuts with 10 mm spanner. View the far end with the optical alignment tool. Align the bracket towards the far end by adjusting the fine alignment bars shown in Figure 4.
  • Page 105 Tighten the locking nuts. Hold the fine alignment bar in place with a spanner and tighten the nut with another spanner. Loosen the locking nuts Optical alignment tool Adjust the fine alignment bars Figure 4. Fine alignment 18 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 106: Finishing Alignment

    Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit Finishing alignment To finish the alignment: Tighten the locking screws with a torque wrench to 17 − 20Nm. Tighten first the joint that is closer to the installation pole. Check the alignment with the optical alignment tool.
  • Page 107: Alignment With Agc Voltage

    Attaching the radio section Alignment with AGC voltage In order to obtain maximum alignment accuracy, Nokia MetroHopper can be fine aligned also by measuring the AGC (Automatic Gain Control) voltage which is inversely proportional to the input level of the signal received from the radio hop.
  • Page 108: Uninstalling The Outdoor Unit

    Installing Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit Adjust the fine alignment bars with a spanner as described in Section 4.5 until you find the minimum AGC voltage value. See Table 1 for approximate voltage values at different Rx input levels. Lock the fine alignment bars.
  • Page 109 Installation To uninstall a radio: Turn the power supply to the OU off with Nokia Hopper Manager (Refer to Commissioning and Maintenance for more information). Disconnect the Flexbus cable (see Section 5.2). Disconnect the grounding wire (see Section 5.1). Disconnect the synchronisation cable, if in use (see Section 5.3).
  • Page 110: Connecting Interfaces

    Connecting interfaces Connecting interfaces This chapter gives instructions on how to connect the interfaces of Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit. The interfaces are shown in Figure6. Connector cover screw Sync Figure 6. MetroHopper OU interfaces DN99592289 © Nokia Networks Oy 23 (26)
  • Page 111: Grounding

    If the cable is already connected to the indoor unit, make sure the Flexbus OU power supply is switched off before connecting the cable to the outdoor unit. Power can be switched off using the manager software. 24 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 112: Connecting The Synchronisation Cable

    Sync-connector. See Product Description for further details on planning the synchronisation. Closing the connector cover After connecting all the required cables, close the connector cover and tighten the screw. DN99592289 © Nokia Networks Oy 25 (26) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 113 Installation 26 (26) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99592289 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 114 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/ FXC RRI Master Index C33512.22 NOKIA / C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (8)
  • Page 115 This document is intended for the use of Nokia Networks' customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Networks.
  • Page 116 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 59 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 65 co-channel interference: application planning: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 59 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 18 NOKIA / C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 3 (8)
  • Page 117 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 63 auxiliary interfaces: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 22 Doubly Differential Detection: dimensions: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 13 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 71 4 (8) © Nokia Networks Oy NOKIA / C33512.22...
  • Page 118 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 28 line-of-sight: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 53 loop protection: grounding: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 35 User Manual B0 1, 3.0, Installation Overview, 13 NOKIA / C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 5 (8)
  • Page 119 MSK modulation: Maintenance, 14 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 13 oxygen absorption: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 13 NED: User Manual B0 1, 2.0, Guide to Documentation, 11 6 (8) © Nokia Networks Oy NOKIA / C33512.22...
  • Page 120 User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 60 spurious outputs: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 61 receiver BER thresholds: User Manual B0 1, 6.0, Product Description, 61 NOKIA / C33512.22 © Nokia Networks Oy 7 (8)
  • Page 121 User Manual B0 1, 2.0, Guide to Documentation, 14 uninstalling User Manual B0 1, 4.0, Installation, 21 user manual contents: User Manual B0 1, 2.0, Guide to Documentation, 9 8 (8) © Nokia Networks Oy NOKIA / C33512.22...
  • Page 122 Nokia MetroHopper Radio with FC RRI/FXC RRI Glossary User Manual B0 C33512.22 DN99593058 © Nokia Networks Oy 1 (10) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 123 Glossary 2 (10) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99593058 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 124 Conference Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications Central Processing Unit Direct Current Doubly Differential Detection Degraded Minute Errored Block Electromagnetic Compatibility Errored Seconds ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute Expansion Unit Front-to-Back (ratio of an antenna) DN99593058 © Nokia Networks Oy 3 (10) Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 125 Integrated radio interface unit for Nokia MetroSite BTS Functional Entity Forward Error Correction FIU 19 19″ Indoor Unit FXC RRI Integrated radio interface unit with enhanced capabilities for Nokia MetroSite BTS and for Nokia MetroHub Transmission Node Ground Interface Circuit Identification Interface International Telecommunication Union −...
  • Page 126 Nokia’s proprietary management interface (= V.11) RBER Residual Bit Error Ratio Received Data Radio Frequency Radiation Pattern Envelope Radio Relay Interface RRIC Integrated radio interface unit for Nokia Talk-family base stations Receiver Supervision Block Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Severely Errored Seconds Sync Synchronisation Transmitted Data...
  • Page 127 There are different types of cross-connections. cross- Information base which defines the cross-connections of a network element. connection bank NE contains two or more banks, one of which is always active. 6 (10) © Nokia Networks Oy DN99593058 Issue 2-1 en...
  • Page 128 Part of a network element, for example, MetroHopper outdoor unit or 4 x 2M plug-in unit. The functional entities are numbered so that the network element is always FE 0 and numbers 1through254 are reserved for the actual FEs.
  • Page 129 Telecommunication equipment having capability for surveillance, reporting and/ or control. Identified by a unique management address. Also called a node. Nokia Q1 network element contains two or more functional entities. FE number zero refers to the whole network element. Network...
  • Page 130 Nokia Q1 managed network. outdoor unit Part of the microwave radio which is installed outdoors. The outdoor unit of Nokia MetroHopper is composed of the radio section and the alignment unit. product code Code which is used for identifying sales items: plug-in units, programs, manuals etc.
  • Page 131 The numbering of SBs within a functional entity runs from 0 to 255. Talk-family Nokia’s product family of GSM Base Transceiver Stations, including Nokia Citytalk, Nokia Intratalk, and Nokia Flexitalk. Citytalk or Intratalk cabinets can house two RRIC indoor units.

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