Motorola MTS LiTE Installation, Configuration And Basic Service Manual
Motorola MTS LiTE Installation, Configuration And Basic Service Manual

Motorola MTS LiTE Installation, Configuration And Basic Service Manual

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MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and
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  • Page 1 DIMETRA IP Scalable (DIPS) DIMETRA IP Compact (DIPC)/Scalable DIMETRA IP (SDIP) DIMETRA IP Micro/DIMETRA IP LiTE MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 Installation, Configuration and Basic Service Manual TBD 2020 *6802800U74* 2020 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved ©...
  • Page 2 Motorola Solutions, Inc. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola Solutions products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola Solutions, except for the normal non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
  • Page 3: Declaration Of Conformity

    The declaration is applicable to the radio only if the radio is labeled with the FCC logo. Declaration of Conformity Per FCC CFR 47 Part 2 Section 2.1077(a) Responsible Party Name: Motorola Solutions, Inc. Address: 1303 East Algonquin Road, Schaumburg, IL 60196-1078, U.S.A. Phone Number: 1-800-927-2744 Hereby declares that the product:...
  • Page 4: Cmm Labeling And Disclosure Table

    6802800U74-AN CMM Labeling and Disclosure Table CMM Labeling and Disclosure Table The People’s Republic of China requires that our products comply with China Management Methods (CMM) environmental regulations. (China Management Methods refers to the Regulation Management Methods for Controlling Pollution by Electronic Information Products.) Two items are used to demonstrate compliance;...
  • Page 5: Service Information

    Customers requiring repair service should contact the Customer Information Desk to obtain a Return Material Authorization number. The equipment should then be shipped to the following address unless advised otherwise. Motorola Solutions GmbH, European Systems Component Centre, Am Borsigturm 130,13507 Berlin, Germany...
  • Page 6 If you need help in identifying non-referenced spare parts, direct a request to the Customer Care Organization of a local area Motorola Solutions representative. Orders for replacement parts, kits, and assemblies should be placed directly at the local distribution organization of Motorola Solutions or through the Extranet site Motorola Solutions Online at https://emeaonline.motorolasolutions.com.
  • Page 7: Document History

    6802800U74-AN Document History Document History Version Description Date 6802800U74–A Initial version. July 2006 6802800U74–B Minor changes introduced. August 2006 6802800U74–C Updated: August 2006 • Table 4–4. • Table 4–5 and inserted new note. • Table 5–6. 6802800U74–D Service Cable and Connector Box Description October 2006 section updated.
  • Page 8 The How to configure E1 links procedure. • Other minor updates. 6802800U74–R Added non-duplexed MTS 2 configurations. September 2010 6802800U74–T Added MTS LiTE. December 2010 6802800U74–U June 2011 • Added the How to Upgrade the ATCC Firm- ware procedure. •...
  • Page 9 6802800U74-AN Document History Version Description Date • Service Cable and Connector Box Descrip- tion on page 227. • Setting Base Radio IP on page 238.Station Verification Procedures on page 243. • Added Configuring the Base Radio VSWR on page 241. •...
  • Page 10 6802800U74-AN Document History Version Description Date • Field Replaceable Units for MTS LiTE on page 446. • Field Replaceable Units for MTS 2 on page 448. • Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 on page 451. • Miscellaneous Troubleshooting on page 397.
  • Page 11 Note in Antenna Installation Considerations on page • The PN/FRU numbers change from GMDN1172A to PMUG1017A Field Re- placeable Units for MTS LiTE on page 446. • Note related to supporting GLONASS in the future. GPS Connections on page 122.
  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    List of Tables ......................29 List of Processes..................... 34 List of Procedures....................35 About MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 Installation, Configuration and Basic Service Manual....................38 What Is Covered In This Manual? ....................38 Helpful Background Information ....................38 Related Information ........................
  • Page 13 3.1.1 Site Survey....................... 62 3.1.2 Site Selection Considerations ................... 63 3.2 Cabinets Installation Considerations ..................64 3.2.1 MTS LiTE Cabinet Considerations ................64 3.2.2 MTS 2 Cabinet Considerations .................65 3.2.3 MTS 4 Cabinet Considerations .................66 3.2.4 Expansion Cabinet Considerations ................68 3.3 Antenna Installation Considerations ..................
  • Page 14 6802800U74-AN Contents 4.3.1 Transportation Safety Considerations ..............88 4.3.2 MTS LiTE and MTS 2 Cabinets Transportation ............88 4.3.3 Moving the MTS 4 and Expansion Cabinet ............. 88 4.4 Cabinet Installation ........................ 90 4.4.1 Cabinet Bracing Considerations ................91 4.4.2 Floor Mounting Instructions ..................91 4.4.3 Installing the Cabinet Using the Mounting Brackets ..........
  • Page 15 5.1.4 AC/DC Power Cabling – Expansion Cabinet ............154 5.2 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling ............155 5.2.1 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling – MTS LiTE ......156 5.2.2 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling – MTS 2 ......157 5.2.3 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling –MTS 4 ......
  • Page 16 5.4.6 Ethernet Site Link Cabling – MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Dual Site Controller 175 5.5 RF Cabling ........................... 177 5.5.1 RF Cabling – MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX Antenna, No Diversity ... 177 5.5.2 RF Cabling – MTS LiTE with One TX/RX Antenna ..........178 5.5.3 RF Cabling –...
  • Page 17 7.2.1 MTS LiTE and MTS 2 Filter Tray................259 7.2.2 MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector................263 7.2.2.1 Replacing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector ......... 265 7.2.3 MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer...................267 7.2.3.1 Replacing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer ..........268 7.2.4 Hybrid Combiner ....................
  • Page 18 6802800U74-AN Contents 7.3.1 MTS 4 Filter Tray....................272 7.3.2 MTS 4 Preselector....................275 7.3.2.1 Replacing the MTS 4 Preselector............276 7.3.3 MTS 4 Duplexer ..................... 277 7.3.3.1 Replacing the MTS 4 Duplexer ..............278 7.3.4 Hybrid Combiner in MTS 4 ..................280 7.3.5 Post Filter.
  • Page 19 6802800U74-AN Contents 9.2.2 XHUB Controller – Rear Panel ................317 9.2.2.1 XHUB Controller – Rear Panel Connectors ..........317 9.3 Replacing the XHUB Controller ....................317 9.3.1 XHUB Controller – FRU ..................318 Chapter 10: Base Radio..................319 10.1 Base Radio – Overview......................319 10.2 Base Radio –...
  • Page 20 14.3.2 Dimensions of the MTS Cabinets ................ 401 14.3.3 RF Specifications ....................401 14.3.4 Transmitter Specifications ................... 403 14.3.5 Receiver Specifications ..................405 14.3.6 Site Controller Specifications ................407 14.3.7 Internal GPS Module Input Specifications ............408 14.3.8 MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer Specifications ............408...
  • Page 21 14.3.17 Power Supply Unit Specifications ...............411 14.3.18 XHUB Controller Specifications ................. 412 14.3.19 RX Splitter Specifications ...................412 14.3.20 MTS LiTE, MTS 2, and MTS 4 Connectors ............412 Chapter 15: Expansion Options ................414 15.1 Additional Base Radio for MTS 2 ..................414 15.1.1 Cable Connections ....................
  • Page 22 Chapter 16: MTS 4 Outdoor Enclosure ..............445 Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs)............446 A.1 Field Replaceable Units for MTS LiTE ................446 A.2 Field Replaceable Units for MTS 2 ..................448 A.3 Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 ..................451 A.4 Surge Arrestors and Suppliers ....................
  • Page 23: List Of Figures

    Figure 16: MTS – Mounting Brackets ...................... 91 Figure 17: MTS LiTE / MTS 2 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Brackets ........92 Figure 18: MTS 4 and Expansion Cabinet – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Brackets ....92 Figure 19: MTS –...
  • Page 24 Figure 72: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel ............131 Figure 73: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS 4 Junction Panel ............131 Figure 74: E1/X.21 and Ethernet Site Link Connectors on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel ....132...
  • Page 25 Figure 105: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Dual Site Controller ..177 Figure 106: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX ant. No Diversity ..178 Figure 107: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant..........179 Figure 108: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant.
  • Page 26 Figure 135: MTS LiTE TX/RX on 1 ant. - Filter Configuration .............. 260 Figure 136: MTS LiTE TX/RX on 1 ant., RX on 1 ant - Filter Configuration ......... 261 Figure 137: MTS 2 TX/RX on 2 ant. - Filter Configuration ..............262 Figure 138: MTS 2 TX/RX on 2 ant., RX on 1 ant - Filter Configuration ..........
  • Page 27 Figure 182: Mid-power PA Functional Block Diagram ................325 Figure 183: Power Supply Unit Front Panel ..................329 Figure 184: PSU Front Panel ........................ 333 Figure 185: MTS Fan Kit........................339 Figure 186: MTS LiTE Airflow .......................341 Figure 187: MTS 2 Airflow ........................342...
  • Page 28 Figure 206: M4 Screw Position ......................442 Figure 207: M3 Screw position ......................442 Figure 208: Position of Modules in MTS LiTE Cabinet ................. 448 Figure 209: Position of Modules in MTS 2 Cabinet ................451 Figure 210: Position of Modules in MTS 4 cabinet ................456 Figure 211: Position of Modules in Expansion Cabinet ................
  • Page 29 Table 1: List of Telephone Numbers ......................5 Table 2: Architecture comparison - boot order and functionalities of bootloaders and applications ..43 Table 3: MTS LiTE Cabinet ........................47 Table 4: MTS 2 Cabinet ........................... 49 Table 5: MTS 4 Cabinet ........................... 51 Table 6: MTS Expansion Cabinet ......................
  • Page 30 Table 49: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Dual Site Controller .... 175 Table 50: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX ant. No Diversity ... 177 Table 51: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant..........178 Table 52: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant.
  • Page 31 Table 66: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with Two TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant..........................208 Table 67: CAN Bus Cabling for MTS LiTE ....................211 Table 68: CAN Bus Cabling for MTS 2 with TX/RX on 1 ant. RX on 2 ant..........212 Table 69: CAN Bus Cabling for MTS 2 with TX/RX on 1 ant.
  • Page 32 Table 115: Environmental Specifications ..................... 398 Table 116: MTS Standards Specifications ................... 399 Table 117: Frequency values supported for the MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4........400 Table 118: Dimensions of the MTS 2, MTS 4, and MTS 4 Expansion Cabinets ........401 Table 119: RF Specifications ........................
  • Page 33 6802800U74-AN List of Tables Table 144: Available FRUs for MTS 2 ....................448 Table 145: Other FRUs for MTS 2 Available from After Market Operations (AMO)......448 Table 146: Available FRUs for MTS 4 ....................451 Table 147: Other Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 Available from After Market Operations (AMO) 452 Table 148: Available Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet ........455 Table 149: Other Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet Available from After Market Operations (AMO).
  • Page 34 Configuring and Verifying the Site Controller ..................232 Configuring and Verifying the Base Radio .................... 234 Replacing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector ..................265 Replacing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer ..................268 Replacing the Hybrid Combiner ......................271 Replacing the MTS 4 Preselector ......................
  • Page 35 6802800U74-AN List of Procedures List of Procedures Receiving the MTS Equipment ........................ 86 Moving the MTS 4 and Expansion Cabinet ..................... 88 Installing the Cabinet Using the Mounting Brackets ................91 Installing the Mounting Plate ........................94 Securing Cabinet to a Mounting Plate ..................... 95 Grounding the Equipment Cabinet ......................
  • Page 36 Removing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer ..................269 Reinstalling the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer ..................269 Inserting the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer into the Filter Tray ............. 269 Updating the Mapping List with the New Unit TrackID ................. 269 Removing the Hybrid Combiner ......................
  • Page 37 6802800U74-AN List of Procedures Replacing the XHUB Controller ......................317 Removing the Base Radio ........................328 Reinstalling the Base Radio ........................328 Removing the Power Supply Unit (PSU) ....................337 Installing the Power Supply Unit (PSU) ....................337 Updating the Mapping List with the New PSU TrackID .................337 Replacing the Cooling Fans ........................343 Verifying Encryption Capability ......................368 Verifying Permanent Lock ........................369...
  • Page 38: About Mts Lite, Mts 2 And Mts 4 Installation, Configuration And Basic Service Manual

    • Field Technicians / Engineers - Responsible for installation, configuration, support of customer systems, and FRU replacement. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with the operating principles of Motorola Solutions DIMETRA trunked radio equipment or similar. Related Information...
  • Page 39: Regulatory Ce Marking Compliance

    MTS 4. Regulatory CE Marking Compliance MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 are compliant with the essential requirements in article 3 of the E.U. Directive, 1999/5/EC, “Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the Mutual Recognition of their Conformity (RTTE)”. This includes: Article 3.1a: Safety, of the RTTE directive: Verification tests performed according to the harmonized...
  • Page 40 6802800U74-AN About MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 Installation, Configuration and Basic Service Manual NOTICE: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case you may be required to take adequate measures.
  • Page 41: Icon Conventions

    6802800U74-AN Icon Conventions Icon Conventions The documentation set is designed to give the reader more visual clues. The following graphic icons are used throughout the documentation set. DANGER: The signal word DANGER with the associated safety icon implies information that, if disregarded, will result in death or serious injury.
  • Page 42: Style Conventions

    6802800U74-AN Style Conventions Style Conventions The following style conventions are used: Convention Description Bold This typeface is used for names of, for instance, windows, buttons, and labels when these names appear on the screen (example: the Alarms Browser window). When it is clear that we are referring to, for instance, a button, the name is used alone (example: Click OK).
  • Page 43: Chapter 1: Mts Overview

    Chapter 1 MTS Overview Motorola Transceiver Station (MTS) is a Base Station of a DIMETRA communication system. A Base Station serves as the Radio Frequency (RF) interface between the system infrastructure and the mobile stations. Base Stations in a trunked system have three primary interfaces: •...
  • Page 44 6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview BR-Arch-1 boot process POLO(release) ver. MTS_BRC_BOOT1-R08.40.02 FEATURES flash telnetd testapp auxcmds /tftp /gzip dns boardparam Local Ethernet address..00:25:F1:28:DF:D2 Local Ethernet address..00:25:F1:28:DF:D3 DNS resolver not configured. These are the boot parameters: autoboot....yes boot timeout...5 seconds boot method 1..
  • Page 45 Verifying Checksum ... OK Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK RTOSE(release). Copyright 2003-2010 Enea Embedded Technology AB. All rights reserved. MTS_BRC_CORE-R08.44.21. Copyright 2011-2016 Motorola Solutions Inc. All rights reserved. Local Ethernet address: 84:24:8D:0C:1B:55 Local Ethernet address: 84:24:8D:0C:1B:56 Local Ethernet address: 00:14:9F:05:00:12...
  • Page 46: Mts Platform Description

    MTS 4 – available in 260 MHz, 400 MHz, and 800 MHz versions. MTS LiTE is the smallest of the three versions and supports one Base Radio. MTS 2 is the middle size version of the MTSs and supports from one to two Base Radios. MTS 4 is the largest of the three versions and supports from one to four Base Radios.
  • Page 47: Mts Lite Components

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview NOTICE: When an MTS LiTE is managed in TESS application, MTS 2 should be selected. For information regarding Network Management configuration of the MTS, see the “MTS Site Object” sections of the Zone Configuration Manager manual and Online Help.
  • Page 48: Mts 2 Components

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview Callout Number Description Power Supply Unit The modules that comprise a typical configuration MTS LiTE cabinet includes the following modules: • Duplexer • Preselector • Site Controller • Base Radio • Power Supply Unit The door of the cabinet has a lock to prevent unauthorized opening. Unauthorized opening of the door generates an alarm.
  • Page 50: Figure 2: Mts 2 Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview Figure 2: MTS 2 Cabinet Table 4: MTS 2 Cabinet Callout Number Description Preselectors Junction Panel Fan Tray Duplexer The modules that comprise the MTS 2 cabinet vary based on the type of configuration chosen. A typical configuration includes the following modules: •...
  • Page 51: Mts 4 Components

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview • Preselector • Hybrid Combiner • Site Controller • Base Radio(s) • Power Supply Unit The door of the cabinet has a lock to prevent unauthorized opening. Unauthorized opening of the door generates an alarm. For a complete description of each module, refer to the appropriate chapter.
  • Page 52: Figure 3: Mts 4 Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview Figure 3: MTS 4 Cabinet Table 5: MTS 4 Cabinet Callout Number Description Antenna Connectors Junction Panel Filter Section Cavity Combiners Fan Tray Fan Tray...
  • Page 53: Expansion Cabinet Components

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview The modules that comprise the MTS 4 cabinet vary based on the type of configuration chosen. A typical configuration includes the following modules: • Duplexer • Preselector • Post Filter • Cavity Combiner • Site Controller •...
  • Page 54: Figure 4: Mts Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview Figure 4: MTS Expansion Cabinet Junction Panel Filter Section (RX Splitters) Cavity Combiners Cavity Conjunction Hole (on each side of Cabinet) XHUB Fan Tray XHUB Fan Tray Table 6: MTS Expansion Cabinet Callout Number Description Junction Panel Filter Section (RX Splitters) Cavity Combiners...
  • Page 55: Mts Modules

    1.7.1 RF Distribution System The RF Distribution System (RFDS) module has the following subcomponents: • Preselector (MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 prime only) • Duplexer (MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 prime only) • Post Filter (MTS 4 prime only) •...
  • Page 56: Preselector

    Hybrid Combiner (HC) (MTS 2 and MTS 4 Prime Cabinet only) • Rx Splitter (Expansion Cabinet Only) NOTICE: The Preselector types and Duplexer types used in MTS LiTE and MTS 2 are different from the types used in MTS 4. 1.7.1.1 Preselector The Preselector is a bandpass filter, which allows only the receiver signals to pass.
  • Page 57: Post Filter

    A Post Filter consist of one bandpass filter which allows the transmitter signal to pass. The Post Filter supports non-duplexed configurations and incorporates a Digital Power Meter (DPM). A Post Filter is only available for the MTS 4 as MTS LiTE and MTS 2 do not support non-duplexed configurations.
  • Page 58: Rx Splitter

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 1: MTS Overview The following table shows the frequency range covered by various Hybrid Combiners. Table 9: Hybrid Combiner — Frequency Range Hybrid Combiner Frequency Range 260 MHz 260 MHz — 275 MHz 400 MHz 350 MHz — 470 MHz 800 MHZ 850 MHz —...
  • Page 59: Base Radio Power Amplifier

    Each module is comprised of two fans. Revolution of the fans is monitored by a sensor. In the event of a failure, an alarm will be generated. NOTICE: Low-power configurations of MTS LiTE and MTS 2 can be operated without cooling fans.
  • Page 60: Chapter 2: General Safety

    This chapter summarizes the safety-related information that you should both understand and observe when working with Motorola Transceiver Stations (MTS). In addition to the information contained in this chapter, additional safety-related information can be found in other parts of the document.
  • Page 61: Mains Safety Precautions

    CAUTION: The MTS site must meet certain specifications for adequate protection from lightning induced transients. See the Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56 manual. CAUTION: The Site Controller motherboard contains a lithium battery. See local regulatory requirements for proper battery disposal.
  • Page 62 6802800U74-AN Chapter 2: General Safety WARNING: Batteries used for powering equipment pose the following risks: • Explosion hazard resulting from inherent generation of hydrogen sulfide gas. • Chemical burns/blindness resulting from sulfuric acid electrolyte. • Very high current capabilities, with the possibility to burn, start fires, and result in arcing. WARNING: Special precautions are required when handling batteries: •...
  • Page 63: Chapter 3: Site Preparation

    Proper planning helps to prevent potential on-site and off-site interference from other RF systems, and helps maximize system performance. To minimize the cabling lengths between RF equipment, plan site layouts. For full instructions and guidelines, see the Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56 manual. 3.1.1...
  • Page 64: Site Selection Considerations

    • Room door dimensions: MTS LiTE or MTS 2 cabinet transported on wooden pallet needs 86 cm width/without wooden pallet 59 cm MTS 4 and Expansion cabinet transported on wooden pallet needs 86 cm width/without wooden pallet 68 cm •...
  • Page 65: Cabinets Installation Considerations

    800 mm of free space in front of the cabinet The cabinet front door is removable. Figure 6: Suggested MTS LiTE Site Layout on page 65 shows the cabinet layout within a suggested site. Additional free space is recommended at the front of the cabinet to allow the service personnel to access the equipment easily.
  • Page 66: Mts 2 Cabinet Considerations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Figure 6: Suggested MTS LiTE Site Layout minimum 600mm minimum Service Area 800mm 427mm rack rack LiTE minimum 45mm 3.2.2 MTS 2 Cabinet Considerations The equipment cabinet dimensions are: 443 mm (width)/472 mm (depth)/605 mm (height) as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 67: Mts 4 Cabinet Considerations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation CAUTION: To enable service access and assure the passive cooling ventilation, the free space above the cabinet must be at least 20 cm. The antenna cabling may require additional space. NOTICE: Enable the opening of all doors to the equipment room to at least 90 degree. The cabinet has a removable door.
  • Page 69: Figure 9: Mts 4 Cabinet Dimensions

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Figure 9: MTS 4 Cabinet Dimensions The equipment cabinet may be installed against adjacent equipment, however the following minimal distances must be retained: • 25 mm on both sides of the cabinet • 800 mm of free space in front of the cabinet The cabinet front door has hinges on both sides and it can be opened right, left, or removed.
  • Page 70: Expansion Cabinet Considerations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Figure 10: Suggested MTS 4 Site Layout minimum 900mm minimum Service Area 800mm rack rack MTS4 570mm minimum 25mm 3.2.4 Expansion Cabinet Considerations The Expansion Cabinet dimensions are: 550 mm (width)/570 mm (depth)/1430 mm (height) as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 71: Figure 11: Expansion Cabinet Dimensions

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Figure 11: Expansion Cabinet Dimensions The equipment cabinet may be installed against adjacent equipment, however the following minimal distances must be retained: • 25 mm on both sides of the cabinet • 800 mm of free space in front of the cabinet The cabinet front door has hinges on both sides and it can be opened right, left, or completely removed.
  • Page 72: Antenna Installation Considerations

    Expansion Cabinet to the right of the Prime Cabinet, the Expansion Cabinet can also be placed on either side of the Prime Cabinet. WARNING: Only use RF Cable Harness provided by Motorola when connecting the Prime Cabinet to the Expansion Cabinet since cable length is critical.
  • Page 73: Network Interface Installation Considerations

    Ensure that no other objects cover the top of the MTS and leave at least 20 cm of clearance above the rack. For exceptional conditions, the ambient temperature must not exceed the following thresholds: • MTS LiTE 400 MHz (without fans): 55 °C...
  • Page 74: Electrical Requirements

    MTS 2 800 MHz (always with fans): 60 °C • MTS 2 900 MHz (always with fans): 60 °C NOTICE: The low-power MTS LiTE and MTS 2 cabinet use passive convection cooling. In high ambient temperatures or at high altitude, you can add fan modules. Humidity Considerations For humidity, MTS complies with ETSI norm EN300 019 13 Class 3.2.
  • Page 75: Ac And Dc Power Supplies

    DC lines are connected to one battery pack. The relays should be controlled in a way that they disconnect the batteries once the voltage drops below 40.5 V, where the PSU in the MTS shuts down. Two Motorola Solutions kits are available for this purpose: •...
  • Page 76: Table 10: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Mts 400 Mhz Br-Arch-1

    MTS4 with 4 BRs 2005 Low power PA, w. MTCC/ATCC fans TETRA TX 25 W / 40 W and TEDS TX 10 W MTS LiTE and No combining, MTS2 with 1 BR low power PA (25W) MTS LiTE and No combining,...
  • Page 77: Table 11: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Mts 400 Mhz Br-Arch-2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation When Heat AC Heat Heat Charg When MTS 400 MHz Charg- Configuration ing (W) Comment MTS2 with 2 BRs 1010 Two TX ant., high power PA (40W) MTS2 with 2 BRs Low power PA w. Hybrid (10W) MTS2 with 2 BRs 1010...
  • Page 78: Table 12: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Mts 800 Mhz Br-Arch-2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation When Heat AC Heat Heat Charg When MTS 400 MHz Charg- Configuration ing (W) Comment TETRA TX 25 W MTS2 with 1 BR No combining, fans MTS2 with 1 BR Fans w. Hybrid MTS2 with 2 BRs Two TX ant, fans MTS2 with 2 BRs...
  • Page 79 6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation MTS 800 MHz AC (W) Heat Heat DC-48 Heat DC Comment Configuration When V (W) Charg When Charg MTS2 with 1 BR No fans w. Hybrid MTS2 with 2 BRs No com- bining, Two TX ant, no fans MTS2 with 2 BRs...
  • Page 80: Table 13: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Expansion Cabinet 400 Mhz Br

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation 3.7.2.1.2 Power Loads and Heat Dissipation – Expansion Cabinet 400 MHz and 800 MHz Table 13: Typical Power Loads and Heat Dissipation Values – Expansion Cabinet 400 MHz BR-Arch-1 Configuration Expansion Cabi- When Heat AC net Consump- tions MTS 400 Heat...
  • Page 81: Table 15: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Expansion Cabinet 800 Mhz Br

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Expansion Cabi- When Heat AC net Consump- tions MTS 400 Heat Charg When Heat MHz Configura- Charg- tion ing (W) Comment MTS4 Exp. Cab. Fans w 1 BR w. MTCC/ ATCC MTS4 Exp. Cab. Fans w.
  • Page 82: Table 16: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Mts 260 Mhz Configurations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Expansion Cabi- Heat Heat AC DC-48 Heat Com- net 800 MHz When When V (W) DC (W) ment Configuration Charg- Charging ing (W) MTS4 Exp. Cab. Fans w. 2 BRs w. MTCC/ATCC MTS4 Exp. Cab. 1420 Fans w.
  • Page 83: Table 17: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Expansion Cabinet 260 Mhz Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation When Heat AC Heat Heat Charg When MTS 260 MHz Charg- Configuration ing (W) Comment MTS4 with 1 BR Low power PA, fans w. ATCC MTS4 with 2 BRs Low power PA, w. ATCC fans MTS4 with 3 BRs 1380 Low power PA,...
  • Page 84: Table 18: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Mts 800 Mhz / 900 Mhz

    Charg When Heat 900 MHz Config- Charg- uration ing (W) Comment TETRA TX 10 W MTS LiTE and No combining, MTS2 with 1 BR high power PA, fans MTS2 with 1 BR High power PA, w. Hybrid fans MTS2 with 2 BRs Two TX ant.,...
  • Page 85: Table 19: Typical Power Loads And Heat Dissipation Values - Expansion Cabinet 800 Mhz Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation When Heat AC MTS 800 MHz/ Heat Charg When Heat 900 MHz Config- Charg- uration ing (W) Comment MTS4 with 1 BR High power PA, fans w. MTCC/ATCC MTS4 with 2 BRs 1085 High power PA, w.
  • Page 86: Ac And Dc Current Load

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 3: Site Preparation Expansion Cabi- When Heat AC net Consump- tions MTS 800 Heat Charg When Heat MHz Configura- Charg- tion ing (W) Comment MTS4 with 4 BRs 1345 2205 1515 1310 High power PA, w. MTCC/ATCC fans NOTICE: •...
  • Page 87: Grounding Requirements

    Grounding Requirements WARNING: The MTS site must meet certain specifications for adequate protection from lightning induced transients. Proper ground installation methods are outlined in the Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56. NOTICE: The methods and standards cited in the following paragraphs are typical. Local codes, statutes, regulations, and standards supersede any information provided.
  • Page 88: Chapter 4: Hardware Installation

    Using the mounting plate MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4, and the Expansion Cabinet all have four mounting holes for leveling feet. However, the position of the holes is not identical for the cabinets due to the stability of the different size cabinets.
  • Page 89: Installation Prerequisites

    Also, consider the site environment conditions, the particular mounting method, and required tools and equipment. For full instructions and guidelines, see the Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56 manual. Process: 1 Complete the antenna installation (including GPS antenna).
  • Page 90: Cabinet Transportation

    WARNING: A sack trolley will generally be used from the front of the MTS LiTE or the MTS 2 as this allows it to be moved into position. Protective padding or cardboard should be placed between the MTS and the sack trolley to prevent equipment damage.
  • Page 91: Figure 14: Lifting Point For Mts 4 And Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation 3 Tighten the screws to 10-13.5 Nm (91-120 in-lbs) torque. 4 Lift the cabinet from a center point, keep the minimum distance of 350 mm between the lifting point and the top surface of the cabinet to ensure the proper lifting angle. The lifting brackets may fail if the distance is shorter.
  • Page 92: Cabinet Installation

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 15: Placing the MTS 4 and the Expansion Cabinet in the Vertical or Horizontal Position Cabinet Installation Depending on the MTS type, installing the MTS cabinet within a site may include wall fixing or floor fixing.
  • Page 93: Cabinet Bracing Considerations

    4.4.2 Floor Mounting Instructions The MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4, and Expansion Cabinets can be mounted directly to the floor using the mounting brackets, see Figure 16: MTS – Mounting Brackets on page NOTICE: The floor mounting brackets are not part of standard MTS shipment. If floor mounting brackets are to be used, they must be ordered as an accessory.
  • Page 94: Figure 17: Mts Lite / Mts 2 - Drill Hole Position For The Mounting Brackets

    105 mm (either hidden under the cabinet, or stuck out for easy mounting), see the circles in Figure 17: MTS LiTE / MTS 2 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Brackets on page 92 Figure 18: MTS 4 and Expansion Cabinet – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Brackets on page Figure 17: MTS LiTE / MTS 2 –...
  • Page 95: Installing The Cabinet Using The Mounting Plate

    Figure 10: Suggested MTS 4 Site Layout on page 68 for MTS 4, and in Figure 12: Suggested Expansion Cabinet Site Layout on page 70 for Expansion Cabinet. 4.4.4.1 Mounting Plate NOTICE: MTS LiTE/MTS 2 and MTS 4/Expansion Cabinet mounting plates have different size and hole positions.
  • Page 96: Installing The Mounting Plate

    2 Use the mounting plate as drilling template or mark the floor according to the dimensions shown Figure 21: MTS LiTE/MTS 2 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Plate on page 95 Figure 22: MTS 4 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Plate on page 95.
  • Page 97: Securing Cabinet To A Mounting Plate

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 21: MTS LiTE/MTS 2 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Plate Figure 22: MTS 4 – Drill Hole Position for the Mounting Plate 3 Secure all mounting locations using nuts and lock washers.
  • Page 98: Wall Fixing

    NOTICE: Use brackets and screws appropriate for the site wall properties. Electrical Connections NOTICE: Battery backup systems are not manufactured by Motorola Solutions. Consult the manufacturers instruction manual and other pertinent documentation for installing battery systems. Any local regulations shall be adhered to when installing battery equipment.
  • Page 99: Grounding Connection

    The MTS is connected to the site ground through the M10 station ground point located on the junction panel. For MTS LiTE, see Figure 25: Station Ground Point on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel on page For MTS 2, see Figure 26: Station Ground Point on the MTS 2 Junction Panel on page...
  • Page 100: Figure 25: Station Ground Point On The Mts Lite Junction Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 25: Station Ground Point on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel Figure 26: Station Ground Point on the MTS 2 Junction Panel Figure 27: Station Ground Point on the MTS 4 Junction Panel...
  • Page 101: Grounding The Equipment Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 28: Station Ground Point on the Expansion Cabinet Junction Panel 4.5.2 Grounding the Equipment Cabinet To protect the equipment against lightning induced surges, install the cabinet grounding wires to the MTS cabinet. Procedure: 1 Strip the end of the wire to be connected to the station ground point in the junction panel. 2 Using an appropriate tool, attach a crimp lug onto the cabinet ground wire.
  • Page 102: Battery System Grounding

    DC lines are connected to one battery pack. The relays should be controlled in a way that they disconnect the batteries once the voltage drops below 40.5 V, where the PSU in the MTS shuts down. Two Motorola Solutions kits are available for this purpose: •...
  • Page 103: Figure 30: -48 Vdc Connection On The Mts Lite Junction Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 30: -48 VDC Connection on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel Figure 31: -48 VDC Connection on the MTS 2 Junction Panel Figure 32: -48 VDC Connections on the MTS 4 Junction Panel...
  • Page 104: Figure 33: -48 Vdc Connections On The Expansion Cabinet Junction Panel

    NOTICE: Do not use other types of DC Connectors than specified here. • Blue/Black wires: see Figure 34: DC Plug MTS LiTE/MTS 2 (Motorola P/N 3166501A01) – Blue/Black Wires on page 103 for MTS 2 and Figure 36: DC Plug MTS 4 (Motorola P/N 3166501A02) –...
  • Page 105: Figure 34: Dc Plug Mts Lite/Mts 2 (Motorola P/N 3166501A01) - Blue/Black Wires

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 34: DC Plug MTS LiTE/MTS 2 (Motorola P/N 3166501A01) – Blue/Black Wires Plug the blue wire into negative as shown in the picture. Figure 35: DC Plug MTS LiTE/MTS 2 (Motorola P/N 3166501A01) – Red/Black Wires...
  • Page 106: Figure 36: Dc Plug Mts 4 (Motorola P/N 3166501A02) - Blue/Black Wires

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 36: DC Plug MTS 4 (Motorola P/N 3166501A02) – Blue/Black Wires Plug blue wires into negative as shown in the picture. Figure 37: DC Plug MTS 4 (Motorola P/N 3166501A02) – Red/Black Wires Plug red wires into positive as shown in the picture.
  • Page 107: 100-240 Vac Input Power Connections

    MTS Junction Panel. There may be small differences in older configurations. Figure 38: 100–240 VAC Connection on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel Figure 39: 100–240 VAC Connection on the MTS 2 Junction Panel Figure 40: 100–240 VAC Connections on the MTS 4 Junction Panel...
  • Page 108: Connecting 100-240 Vac Power Source To Equipment Cabinet

    Procedure: 1 Connect the AC cable to the AC socket (type IEC C15 line socket, Motorola P/N 3166502A01), which is provided with the MTS. 2 Insert the AC socket into the AC input connector on the MTS and fix with the retaining clip as...
  • Page 109: Backup Battery Sensor Connections

    3 Connect the other end of the AC cable to the facility AC outlet. 4.5.3.5 Backup Battery Sensor Connections For MTS LiTE, see Figure 43: Backup Battery Sensor Connection on MTS LiTE Junction Panel on page 107. For MTS 2, see Figure 44: Backup Battery Sensor Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel on page 107.
  • Page 110: Connecting The Backup Battery Sensor To The Equipment Cabinet

    Any local regulations shall be adhered to when installing the battery equipment. Procedure: 1 Plug the temperature sensor cable (Motorola P/N 0166501N84) into the 2-pin connector on one side and attach the sensor to the backup battery according to the manufacturers instructions,...
  • Page 111: Mts Lvd Kit Installation

    Connect to backup batteries rack 2 Make AC cable connection between the facility AC outlet and AC connector on the junction panel using plug (Motorola P/N 3166502A01 for MTS LiTE/MTS 2 and Motorola P/N 3166502A02 for MTS 4) as described in 100–240 VAC Input Power Connections on page...
  • Page 112: Figure 48: Mts Lvd Kit Relay Connection Diagram - Single Psu

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 48: MTS LVD Kit Relay Connection Diagram – Single PSU To DC Main circuit breaker Connect to Power outlet on Site Controller Power Supply 48 VDC LVD G9EA -E1.3 -E1.1 -E1.2 -E1.4...
  • Page 113: Figure 49: Mts Lvd Kit Relay Connection Diagram - Dual Psu, Dual Batteries

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 49: MTS LVD Kit Relay Connection Diagram – Dual PSU, Dual Batteries To PSU 1 Connect to Power 1 on Site Controller 1 To DC Main circuit breaker Power Supply 48 VDC To PSU 2 To DC Main circuit breaker Connect to Power 2 on Site Controller 1 or Power 1 on Site Controller 2 Power Supply 48 VDC...
  • Page 114: Installing The Mts Lvd Kit

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 50: MTS LVD Kit Relay Connection Diagram – Dual PSU, Single Battery To PSU 1 Connect to Power 1 on Site Controller 1 To DC Main circuit breaker To PSU 2 To DC Main circuit breaker Connect to Power 2 on Site Controller 1 or Power 1 on Site Controller 2 Power Supply 48 VDC...
  • Page 115: Figure 51: Mts Lvd Kit Battery Cable Connections

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation b Two spare Ø6 terminals for 16 mm cable are included. Special crimp tool applies on fitting these (not included). c Click the protection cap on. Additional break away windows are available on cap allowing multiple entry of cables.
  • Page 116: Figure 53: Mts Lvd Kit Backplate Plugs

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 53: MTS LVD Kit Backplate Plugs 5 Mount the LVD housing to the intended location, i.e. on top of the MTS as shown in Figure below, using a hammer for snapping in the screw. Figure 54: Mounting the MTS LVD Kit NOTICE: The plug fits into any Ø7 mm hole.
  • Page 117: Rf Antenna Connections

    MTS 4, the RF antenna connectors are located in the top of the cabinet and integrated with the filter tray, see Figure 58: Base Radio Antenna Connections – MTS 4 on page 117. Figure 55: Base Radio Antenna Connections – MTS LiTE...
  • Page 118: Figure 57: Base Radio Antenna Connections - Mts 2 Non Duplexed

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 56: Base Radio Antenna Connections – MTS 2 RX/TX2 or RX2 RX/TX1 or RX1 Figure 57: Base Radio Antenna Connections – MTS 2 Non Duplexed...
  • Page 119: Table 20: Antenna Connections

    R56 guidelines and national standards. Table 20: Antenna Connections Low Power High Power MTS RF Antenna Configuration Number of BRs MTS LiTE TX/RX on 2 ant. 1 BR TX on 1ant., RX on 1 ant. 1 BR MTS 2 TX/RX on 2 ant.
  • Page 120: Expansion Cabinet Connections

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Low Power High Power MTS RF Antenna Configuration Number of BRs TX on 2 ant., RX on 1 ant. 40 (20) 1 2 BRs TX on 1ant., RX on 1 ant. 25 (10) 1 2 BRs TX on 1 ant., RX on 2 ant.
  • Page 121: Figure 59: Connection Between Mts 4 Prime Cabinet And Mts 4 Expansion Cabinet - Phasing Harness

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation NOTICE: Tx cable from Prime Cabinet to Expansion Cabinet is routed through the conjunction hole on the side of the cabinets. Figure 59: Connection Between MTS 4 Prime Cabinet and MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet – Phasing Harness MTS 4 Prime Cabinet MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet...
  • Page 122: Connections Between Site Controller And Xhub Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation 4.7.2 Connections between Site Controller and XHUB Controller Figure 61: Connections Between Site Controller and XHUB Controller on page 120 illustrates how two SCs are connected to two XHUBs. SC 1/Exp Cab is connected to the XHUB 1/Prime Cab and SC 2/Exp Cab is connected to XHUB 2/Prime Cab.
  • Page 123: Rx Connection

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 62: Power Connection to the XHUB Controllers POWER SUPPLY UNIT XHUB CONTROLLER FRONT VIEW REAR VIEW FRONT VIEW XHUB CONTROLLER POWER SUPPLY Power 4 Power 3 Power AC In AC In Status DC In Status AUX 1 AUX 2 DC Out / Temp...
  • Page 124: Gps Connections

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation • For Single diversity, Filter 1 (far left) in the MTS 4 Prime Cabinet is connected to the RX Splitter 1 in the Expansion Cabinet. • For Dual diversity, Filter 1 (far left) in the MTS 4 Prime Cabinet is connected to the RX Splitter 1 in the Expansion Cabinet;...
  • Page 125: Gps Site Reference Operation Modes

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation power-up. The four satellites are used to establish a three-dimensional fix (latitude, longitude, and altitude) for the site called 3D fix mode. This process can take up to 30 minutes, but typically is completed in less than 5 minutes. Once the position of the site has been established, the corresponding data is stored in memory and normal operation resumes.
  • Page 126: Tracking Criteria

    Excessive PDOP values may result from the GPS receiver not having an adequate view of the sky to initially determine its position. Motorola Solutions recommends locating the antennas such that there are no PDOP values that exceed 10.0 for periods of more than 15 minutes. Maintaining a maximum reliability requires tracking four satellites at all time.
  • Page 127: Remote Gps Antenna/Receiver Connection

    Remote GPS Antenna/Receiver Connection The remote GPS antenna connectors of DB15 type are placed on the junction panel, see Figure 65: Remote GPS Receiver Connection on MTS LiTE Junction Panel on page 126 for MTS LiTE, Figure 66: Remote GPS Receiver Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel on page 126...
  • Page 128: Remote Gps Receiver Placement Requirements

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 65: Remote GPS Receiver Connection on MTS LiTE Junction Panel Figure 66: Remote GPS Receiver Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel Remote GPS Connector Remote GPS Connectors Figure 67: Remote GPS Receiver Connection on MTS 4 Junction Panel 4.8.4.1...
  • Page 129: Remote Gps Receiver Cabling

    The screen has to be grounded through the metal shell of the D type connector. However, it is required for the cable screen to be connected also to the site ground where the cable enters the building. It is similar to the grounding applied to the RF cables. See Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56.
  • Page 130: Figure 69: Gps Site Deutsch Connector No 680023-2212P1 (Case-Mount)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation RGPS Connectors The RGPS standardized cables are terminated with a Deutsch connector (remote GPS receiver site) and a metal shell 15-pin SubD connector (MTS site). The cable is supplied with an additional SubD connector insert that enables the cable shortening and re-termination where required. Figure 69: GPS Site Deutsch Connector no 680023-2212P1 (case-mount) Figure 70: MTS Site RGPS Connector Pinout no DB15F Table 23: RGPS Connector...
  • Page 131: Gps Antenna Connection

    GPS Antenna Connection The integrated GPS antenna connectors of N type, are placed on the junction panel, see Figure 71: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS LiTE Junction Panel on page 130 for MTS LiTE, Figure 72: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel on page 131...
  • Page 132: Figure 71: Gps Antenna Connection On Mts Lite Junction Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 71: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS LiTE Junction Panel...
  • Page 133: Gps Antenna Line Loss

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 72: GPS Antenna Connection on MTS 2 Junction Panel NOTICE: Protect the GPS Antenna with a grounded surge arrestor of the type that allows DC to pass through. See Surge Arrestors and Suppliers on page 456 Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) on page 446 for more information.
  • Page 134: Gps Interference Avoidance

    1, E1-120Ω Cabling A cable connects the network termination unit (NTU) and the E1/X.21 interface on the MTS Junction Panel, see Figure 74: E1/X.21 and Ethernet Site Link Connectors on the MTS LiTE Junction Panel on page 132 for MTS LiTE, Figure 75: E1/X.21 and Ethernet Site Link Connectors on the MTS 2 Junction...
  • Page 135: Figure 75: E1/X.21 And Ethernet Site Link Connectors On The Mts 2 Junction Panel

    E1 cable. A surge arrestor should be used. For full instructions and guidelines, please refer always to Motorola Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites, R56. Table 24: Site Link Connector E1 on Junction Panel on page 133 Table 25: Site Link Connector X.21 on Junction Panel on page 134...
  • Page 136: Ethernet Site Link Cabling

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 78: Site Link Connector X.21 Pinout Table 25: Site Link Connector X.21 on Junction Panel Pin No. Function Not Used Tx Data B Control B Rx Data B Indication B Signal Timing B Byte Timing B Ground Tx Data A Control A...
  • Page 137: Ethernet Site Link Retrofit Kit

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 80: MTS 4 Junction Panel E1/X.21 and Ethernet Site Link Connectors X.21 Ethernet Site Links Previous version of the MTS 2 Junction Panel contains no breakouts while the previous version of the MTS 4 Junction Panel contain an AUX breakout. To gain Ethernet site link functionality on those previous versions of MTS 2 and MTS 4 Junction Panels, use the MTS Ethernet Retrofit Kit.
  • Page 138: Connecting Ethernet Site Link Retrofit Kit For Mts 2 (Old Jp)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation 4.10.1.1 Connecting Ethernet Site Link Retrofit Kit for MTS 2 (old JP) When and where to use: Follow this procedure to gain Ethernet Site Link functionality from the E1 connector on the previous type of MTS 2 Junction Panel. Procedure: 1 Remove existing E1 cable from the E1 connector on Junction Panel.
  • Page 139: Connecting Ethernet Site Link Retrofit Kit For Mts 4 With Expansion Cabinet (Old Jp)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation NOTICE: In Table 46: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Single Site Controller on page 169 Table 47: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Dual Site Controller on page 172; and Figure 102: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Single Site Controller on page 171 Figure 103: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Dual...
  • Page 140: External Alarm Cabling

    83: MTS 4 Junction Panel Alarm Wiring Connection on page 139 depicts the newer version of the MTS Junction Panel. There may be small differences in older configurations. Figure 81: MTS LiTE Junction Panel Alarm Wiring Connection User Alarms / Controls User Alarms/Controls...
  • Page 141: Figure 83: Mts 4 Junction Panel Alarm Wiring Connection

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 83: MTS 4 Junction Panel Alarm Wiring Connection User Alarms Controls Figure 84: External Alarm Connector Pinout Table 27: External Alarm Connector Port 2 D-Type 25 Description Control Output 2 Control Output 2 Control Output 1 Control Output 1 GND (Alarm) GND (Alarm)
  • Page 142: Performing A Final Check-Out After Installation

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Port 2 D-Type 25 Description External Alarm 4 External Alarm 3 External Alarm 2 For more information on alarm wiring, see User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling on page 155. 4.12 Performing a Final Check-Out after Installation Perform the following procedure after the completion of the MTS installation.
  • Page 143: Recommended Installation Tools, Parts, And Test Equipment

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation PSU LED Indicators on page 333. 6 Verify the voltage level between -44 VDC and -60 VDC at the -48 VDC- (hot) terminal and Return-terminal of the Power Supply Unit. Use a digital voltmeter (DVM). 4.13 Recommended Installation Tools, Parts, and Test Equipment The list of the recommended tools, parts, and test equipment includes also locally procured parts...
  • Page 144: Recommended Test Equipment

    Recommended Test Equipment The following table lists the test equipment recommended for installation. Procure the following equipment locally as it is not part of the MTS shipment. All model numbers are Motorola Solutions part numbers unless noted otherwise. Table 29: Recommended Installation Test Equipment...
  • Page 145: Recommended Parts

    Recommended Parts The following table lists the parts recommended for installation. Procure the following parts locally as they are not part of the MTS shipment. All model numbers are Motorola Solutions part numbers unless noted otherwise. Table 30: Recommended Installation Parts...
  • Page 146: Mounting Screws

    The following table lists the screws used for mounting modules in MTS 2 and MTS 4 cabinets. CAUTION: Avoid cold welding. When screwing in a stainless steel screw, do not apply any pressure to the power tool. Table 32: MTS LiTE, MTS 2, and MTS 4 and Expansion Cabinets Mounting Screws Module Part Screws/Washers Part Num-...
  • Page 147: Figure 85: Mts Lite Screws Positions

    Rx Splitter 2 pcs M6X16, captivated star wash- 0310909C9 Torx The following figures show the positions of screws for the most popular configurations of MTS LiTE, MTS 2, and MTS 4. Figure 85: MTS LiTE Screws Positions DUPLEXER FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 148: Figure 86: Mts 2 Screws Positions

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 86: MTS 2 Screws Positions JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/Controls M4X10 TX2/RXB RGPS2 TX1/RXA AC in Bat. Temp. FRONT FRONT FRONT PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER VIEW TOP VIEW VIEW TOP VIEW VIEW TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 149: Figure 87: Mts 4 Screws Positions

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 87: MTS 4 Screws Positions M4X8 (Countersunk, situated in bottom) JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW M4X8 RGPS1 DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 RGPS2 M6X16 Bat.
  • Page 150: Figure 88: Expansion Cabinet Screw Positions

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 4: Hardware Installation Figure 88: Expansion Cabinet Screw Positions M4X8 (Countersunk, situated in bottom) JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW M4X10 DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 M6X16 Bat. Temp. 2 RX SPLITTER RX SPLITTER RX SPLITTER REAR VIEW REAR VIEW...
  • Page 151: Chapter 5: Interconnection And Internal Cabling

    DC power cabling refers to the power connections between the Junction Panel and the Power Supply Unit and between the Power Supply Unit and other modules within the cabinet. 5.1.1 AC/DC Power Cabling – MTS LiTE Table 33: AC/DC Power Cabling for MTS LiTE Cable Part From Unit/ Connec- To Unit/ Connection...
  • Page 152: Ac/Dc Power Cabling - Mts 2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 89: AC/DC Power Cabling Diagram for MTS LiTE DUPLEXER JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21 AC in Ant. 1 LINK 1 LINK 2 RGPS BR1 BR2 User Alarms/Controls E1 Bat.
  • Page 154: Ac/Dc Power Cabling - Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 90: AC/DC Power Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 155 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit/ Connec- To Unit/ Connection Notes Number tion Name Name Power Supply Unit 2/ Junction Panel/ DC2 DCIn Battery Junction Panel/ AC Power Supply Unit 1/ 3066553B01 With retaining clip In 1 ACIn Junction Panel/ AC...
  • Page 156 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 91: AC/DC Power Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW AC Connection DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 DC Connection RGPS2 Bat.
  • Page 158: Ac/Dc Power Cabling - Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.1.4 AC/DC Power Cabling – Expansion Cabinet Table 36: AC/DC Power Cabling for Expansion Cabinet Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number Junction Panel / Power Supply Unit 3/DC In Battery 3066551B01 Junction Panel / Power Supply Unit 4/DC In Battery...
  • Page 159: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, Rgps, And Gps Cabling

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 92: AC/DC Power Cabling Diagram for Expansion Cabinet JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 DC1 DC2 AC Connection DC Connection Bat. Temp. 2 RX-SPLITTER RX-SPLITTER RX-SPLITTER REAR VIEW REAR VIEW...
  • Page 160: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, Rgps, And Gps Cabling - Mts Lite

    NOTICE: X.21 and RGPS cabling depends on ordered configuration. 5.2.1 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling – MTS LiTE Table 37: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling for MTS LiTE Cable Part From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Con-...
  • Page 161: Figure 93: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, Rgps, And Gps Cabling Diagram For Mts Lite

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 93: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling Diagram for MTS LiTE DUPLEXER JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21 Ant. 1 AC in LINK 1 LINK 2...
  • Page 162: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, Rgps, And Gps Cabling - Mts 2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Con- Notes Number nection Name nection Name Junction Panel/ 25 pin D female connector User Alarms/ type 3066549B Site Controller/ Controls Alarm/Controls Door Alarm Molex connector type Figure 94: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW Alarm/Control Connection...
  • Page 163: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, Rgps, And Gps Cabling -Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.2.3 User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling –MTS 4 Table 39: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS, and GPS Cabling for MTS 4 Cable From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Connec- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name MTS 4 with RGPS and E1 or RGPS and X.21 Junction Panel/...
  • Page 164 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit/ Connec- From Unit/ Con- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name Door Alarm Molex connector type...
  • Page 165 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 95: User Alarms/Controls, X.21, RGPS and GPS Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW Alarm/Control Connection DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21/RGPS Connection RGPS2...
  • Page 166: E1 And Ethernet Cabling

    Base Radio 1 / Site Controller/ Ethernet link/ Grey cable 3066567B Site Controller/ Junction Panel/ E1 E1 link/ Green cable Figure 96: E1 and Ethernet Cabling Diagram for MTS LiTE DUPLEXER JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21...
  • Page 167 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit/ Connec- From Unit/ Con- Notes Part tion Name nection Name Number 3066544B Base Radio 2/ Site Controller/ Ethernet link/ Black cable 3066567B Site Controller/ Junction Panel/ E1 E1 link/ Green cable Figure 97: E1 and Ethernet Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS...
  • Page 168: E1 And Ethernet Cabling - Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.3.3 E1 and Ethernet Cabling – MTS 4 Table 42: E1 and Ethernet Cabling for MTS 4 Cable To Unit/ Connec- From Unit/ Con- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name 3066544B Base Radio 1 / Site Controller1/ Ethernet link/ Grey cable 3066544B...
  • Page 169 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 98: E1 and Ethernet Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW E1 Connection DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls Ethernet Connection X.21 RGPS2 Redundant Ethernet...
  • Page 170: E1 And Ethernet Cabling - Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.3.4 E1 and Ethernet Cabling – Expansion Cabinet Table 43: E1 and Ethernet Cabling for Expansion Cabinet Cable From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Connec- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name 3066544B Base Radio 5 / XHUB 1 / BR5 Ethernet link / Grey cable SC 1...
  • Page 171: Ethernet Site Link Cabling

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 99: E1 and Ethernet Cabling for MTS 4 with Expansion Cabinet (to the Right) JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 Ethernet Connection Redundant Connection Bat.
  • Page 172: Ethernet Site Link Cabling - Mts Lite

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.4.1 Ethernet Site Link Cabling – MTS LiTE Table 44: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS LiTE Cable From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Connec- Notes Part tion Name nection Name Number 3066544B Base Radio 1 /...
  • Page 173: Ethernet Site Link Cabling - Mts 4 With Single Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 101: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 2 JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in GPS E1 Link1 Link2 PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR HYBRID COMBINER DUPLEXER FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 174 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Connection Notes Number nection Name Name 3066562B Junction Panel/ RJ45 coupler Bend Link breakout and in- Link1 sert RJ45 coupler. 300150090 RJ45 coupler Site Controller 1/ Red Ethernet link 3066562B Junction Panel/...
  • Page 175: Figure 102: Ethernet Site Link Cabling For Mts 4 With Single Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 102: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Single Site Controller Ethernet Connection JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW from Junction Panel DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls...
  • Page 176: Ethernet Site Link Cabling - Mts 4 With Dual Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.4.4 Ethernet Site Link Cabling – MTS 4 with Dual Site Controller Table 47: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Dual Site Controller Cable To Unit/ Connec- From Unit/ Con- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name...
  • Page 177: Figure 103: Ethernet Site Link Cabling For Mts 4 With Dual Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 103: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 with Dual Site Controller Ethernet Connection JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW from Junction Panel DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 Ethernet Connection...
  • Page 178: Ethernet Site Link Cabling - Mts 4 Expansion Cabinet With Single Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.4.5 Ethernet Site Link Cabling – MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Single Site Controller Table 48: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Single Site Controller Cable To Unit/ Connec- From Unit/ Con- Notes Part Num-...
  • Page 179: Ethernet Site Link Cabling - Mts 4 Expansion Cabinet With Dual Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 104: Ethernet Site Link Cabling for MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet with Single Site Controller Ethernet Connection JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW from Junction Panel AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 Ethernet Connection...
  • Page 180 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable From Unit/ Con- To Unit/ Connec- Notes Part Num- tion Name nection Name 3066544B XHUB1/ BR5 Ethernet link/ Grey cable Base Radio 5/ 3066544B Base Radio 6/ XHUB1/ BR6 Ethernet link/ Grey cable 3066544B Base Radio 7/ XHUB1/ BR7...
  • Page 181: Rf Cabling

    5.5.1 RF Cabling – MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX Antenna, No Diversity Table 50: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX ant. No Diversity Cable Part From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con-...
  • Page 182: Rf Cabling - Mts Lite With One Tx/Rx Antenna

    Base Radio 1/ RX3 Terminator 2866544A01 Duplexer/ BR2 Terminator Preselector/ BR2 Terminator Figure 106: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX and One RX ant. No Diversity DUPLEXER JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21...
  • Page 183: Rf Cabling - Mts Lite With One Tx And Two Rx Antennas

    CAN 2 5.5.3 RF Cabling – MTS LiTE with One TX and Two RX Antennas Table 52: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant. and One Additional RX ant. Cable Part From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con-...
  • Page 184: Rf Cabling - Mts 2, No Diversity

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 108: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS LiTE with One TX/RX ant. and One Additional RX ant. DUPLEXER JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21 AC in Ant. 1...
  • Page 185: Rf Cabling - Mts 2 With One Tx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 109: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with No Diversity JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW TX/RX TX A BR 1 BR 2 TX Out...
  • Page 186 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con- Notes nection Name Number nection Name 3066543B Preselector 1/ BR2 Base Radio 2/ RX path / RX on ANT 2 2866544A Duplexer/ BR1 terminate duplexed rx 2866544A Duplexer/ BR2...
  • Page 187: Rf Cabling - Mts 2 With One Tx/Rx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 110: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS 2 with One TX ant. and up to Two Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW...
  • Page 188 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con- Notes nection Name Number nection Name 3066543B Preselector 1/ BR1 Base Radio 1/ RX path on ANT 2 3066543B Preselector 1/ BR2 Base Radio 2/ RX path on ANT 2 3066543B Preselector 2/ BR1...
  • Page 189: Rf Cabling - Mts 2 With Two Tx/Rx Antennas

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 111: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with One TX/RX ant. and Up to Two Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR HYBRID COMBINER DUPLEXER TOP VIEW...
  • Page 190 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit / Con- From Unit / Con- Notes Part Num- nection Name nection Name 3066543B Duplexer 1/ BR2 Base Radio 2/ RX path/ no RX or RX on 1 ant. 3066543B Duplexer 2/ BR1 Base Radio 1/ RX path/ no RX or RX on 1...
  • Page 191: Rf Cabling - Mts 4, No Diversity

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 112: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with Two TX/RX ant. and Up to One Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW...
  • Page 192: Table 58: Tx Atcc Interconnect Harness Part Numbers

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit / Con- To Unit / Connec- Notes Number nection Name tion Name 3066543B0 Base Radio 4/ Rx1 Duplexer/ BR4 RX path/ RX on 1 or 2 ant. 3066543B0 Base Radio 1/ Tx ATCC 1/ TX A TX path, Coax cable, low loss 3066543B0...
  • Page 193: Figure 113: Rf Cabling Diagram For Mts 4 With No Diversity

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 113: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 with No Diversity JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW TX path RGPS1 DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 RX path RGPS2...
  • Page 194: Rf Cabling - Mts 4 With One Tx/Rx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.9 RF Cabling – MTS 4 with One TX/RX Antenna Table 59: RF Cabling for MTS 4 with One TX/RX Antenna and Up to Two Additional RX Antennas Cable From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con- Notes Part Num-...
  • Page 195 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit / Con- From Unit / Con- Notes Part Num- nection Name nection Name Harness Part Num- bers on page 188. NOTICE: The connectors on the top of the filters are directly fitted into appropriate holes in the Junction Panel.
  • Page 196 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 114: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS 4 with one TX/RX ant. and Up to Two Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 TX path...
  • Page 197: Rf Cabling - Mts 4 With Two Tx/Rx Antennas

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.10 RF Cabling – MTS 4 with Two TX/RX Antennas Table 60: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS 4 with Two TX/RX ant. and Up to One Additional RX ant. Cable From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con- Part Num- Notes...
  • Page 198 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling NOTICE: The connectors on the top of the filters are directly fitted into appropriate holes in the Junction Panel. When Hybrid Combiner (HC) or Manual Tune Cavity Combiner (MTCC) is used instead of Auto Tune Cavity Combiner (ATCC), connect the cables to the corresponding inputs and outputs.
  • Page 199: Rf Cabling - Mts 4 With One Tx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.11 RF Cabling – MTS 4 with One TX Antenna Table 61: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS 4 with One TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant. Cable From Unit / Con- To Unit / Con- Notes Part Num-...
  • Page 200 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit / Con- From Unit / Con- Notes Part Num- nection Name nection Name Harness Part Num- bers on page 188. NOTICE: The connectors on the top of the filters are directly fitted into appropriate holes in the Junction Panel.
  • Page 201: Figure 116: Rf Cabling/Connections For Mts 4 With One Tx Ant. And Up To Three Additional Rx

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 116: RF Cabling/Connections for MTS 4 with One TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS1 DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 TX path User Alarms/Controls GPS1 GPS2 RGPS2...
  • Page 202: Rf Cabling - Expansion Cabinet With One Tx/Rx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.12 RF Cabling – Expansion Cabinet with One TX/RX Antenna Table 62: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with One TX/RX ant. and Up to Two Additional RX ant. Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number 3066543B...
  • Page 203: Figure 117: Holes In Top Lid For Rx Cables

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number bers on page 188 Table ATCC (3, 4) ATCC (1, 2) TX path, Phasing Harness rout- 63: TX Prime Cabinet ed through conjunction hole at ATCC side of cabinet Phasing...
  • Page 204 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Part Number Description Frequency Band 0166502N10 Phasing harness, 363 MHz – 368 MHz 0166502N11 Phasing harness, 382 MHz – 387 MHz 0166502N12 Phasing harness, 384 MHz – 389 MHz 0166502N13 Phasing harness, 390 MHz – 395 MHz 0166502N14 Phasing harness, 392 MHz.5-397.5 MHz...
  • Page 205: Figure 118: Rf Cabling/Connections For Expansion Cabinet With One Tx/Rx Ant. And Up To Two

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 118: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with One TX/RX ant. and Up to Two Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 TX path RX path Bat.
  • Page 206: Rf Cabling - Expansion Cabinet With Two Tx/Rx Antennas

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.13 RF Cabling – Expansion Cabinet with Two TX/RX Antennas Table 64: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with Two TX/RX ant. and Up to One Additional RX ant. Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number 3066543B...
  • Page 207 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number bers on page 188. 3066543B ATCC (3, 4) Duplexer 2 / TX path, Duplexer TX cable rout- TX in Prime ed through conjunction hole at Cabinet side of the cabinet 3066543B...
  • Page 208: Figure 119: Rf Cabling/Connections For Expansion Cabinet With Two Tx/Rx Ant. And Up To One

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 119: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with Two TX/RX ant. and Up to One Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 TX path RX path Bat.
  • Page 209: Rf Cabling - Expansion Cabinet With One Tx Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.14 RF Cabling – Expansion Cabinet with One TX Antenna Table 65: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with One TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant. Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number 3066543B...
  • Page 210 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number bers on page 188. Table ATCC (3, 4) ATCC (1, 2) TX path, Phasing Harness rout- 63: TX in Prime Cab- ed through conjunction hole at ATCC inet side of the cabinet...
  • Page 211: Figure 120: Rf Cabling/Connections For Expansion Cabinet With One Tx Ant. And Up To Three

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 120: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with One TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 DC1 DC2 TX path RX path Bat.
  • Page 212: Rf Cabling - Expansion Cabinet With Two Tx Antennas

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.5.15 RF Cabling – Expansion Cabinet with Two TX Antennas Table 66: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with Two TX ant. and Up to Three Additional RX ant. Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number 3066543B...
  • Page 213 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable Part From Unit To Unit Notes Number bers on page 188. 3066543B ATCC (3, 4) Post Filter 2 / TX path, Post Filter cable routed TX in Prime through conjunction hole at side Cabinet of the cabinet 3066543B...
  • Page 214: Figure 121: Rf Cabling/Connections For Expansion Cabinet With Two Tx Antennas And Up To

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 121: RF Cabling/Connections for Expansion Cabinet with Two TX Antennas and up to Three Additional RX ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 DC1 DC2 TX path RX path Bat.
  • Page 215: Can Bus Cabling

    CAN1 3066544B25 Power Supply Unit/ Duplexer/ CAN1 Red cable CAN2 0966513A01 Duplexer/ CAN2 CAN Bus termination Figure 122: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS LiTE JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DUPLEXER FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TX/RX Ant. 2 X.21 Ant. 1...
  • Page 216: Can Bus Cabling - Mts 2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.6.2 CAN Bus Cabling – MTS 2 The Site Controller contains the internal termination in one end of the CAN Bus, and the last Duplexer in the CAN Bus has a terminator in one connector. NOTICE: CAN Bus cabling depends on filter configuration.
  • Page 217: Figure 123: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts 2 With Tx/Rx On 1 Ant. Rx On 2 Ant

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 123: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with TX/RX on 1 ant. RX on 2 ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in Bat. Temp. PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER...
  • Page 218: Figure 124: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts 2 With Tx/Rx On 2 Ant. Rx On 1Ant

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 124: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with TX/RX on 2 ant. RX on 1ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in Bat. Temp. DUPLEXER PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER TOP VIEW TOP VIEW...
  • Page 219 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit / Connection From Unit / Connection Notes Part Name Name Number 3066544B Power Supply Unit1/ Duplexer or Post Filter/ Red cable CAN2 CAN1 3066544B Duplexer or Post Filter/ ATCC 1/ CAN1 Red cable CAN2 3066544B...
  • Page 220: Figure 125: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts 4 With Tx/Rx Or Tx On 1 Ant

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 125: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 with TX/RX or TX on 1 ant. JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 RGPS2...
  • Page 221 6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Cable To Unit / Connection From Unit / Connec- Notes Part Num- Name tion Name 3066575B Site Controller1/ CAN Power Supply Unit1/ Red cable CAN1 3066544B Power Supply Unit1/ Duplexer 1 or Post Fil- Red cable CAN2 ter 1/ CAN1...
  • Page 222: Figure 126: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts 4 With Tx/Rx Or Tx On 2 Ant. With Atccs

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 126: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS 4 with TX/RX or TX on 2 ant. with ATCCs JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls...
  • Page 223: Can Bus Cabling - Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling 5.6.4 CAN Bus Cabling – Expansion Cabinet The following table lists the CAN Bus Cabling for MTS 4 with Expansion Cabinet. Table 72: CAN Bus Cabling for MTS 4 with Expansion Cabinet Cable Part Num- From Unit To Unit...
  • Page 224: Figure 127: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts4 And Expansion Cabinet With Atccs

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 127: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS4 and Expansion Cabinet with ATCCs Duplexer 1 Preselector Preselector ATCC2 ATCC4 ATCC1 ATCC3 PSU2 PSU4 PSU1 PSU3...
  • Page 225: Figure 128: Can Bus Cabling Diagram For Mts4 And Expansion Cabinet With Mtccs And Redundant Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 5: Interconnection and Internal Cabling Figure 128: CAN Bus Cabling Diagram for MTS4 and Expansion Cabinet with MTCCs and Redundant Site Controller Duplexer 1 Duplexer2 Preselector MTCC MTCC PSU2 PSU4 PSU1 PSU3...
  • Page 226: Chapter 6: Configuration And Testing

    NOTICE: All suspected faulty FRUs should be shipped to a Motorola depot facility for servicing or repair. For a list of available FRUs, see Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) on page 446.
  • Page 227: Logging On To The Site Controller Application Through Serial Connection

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing diagnostic tests. MMI commands also provide a means to configure the site controller and base radio(s) for intended operation, and to enable various system tests. The testing of the MTS by using the MMI can be done in Test Application Mode or with sets of commands available for Site Controller and Base Radio.
  • Page 228: Logging On To The Base Radio Application Through Serial Connection

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • Data Bits: 8 • Stop Bits: 1 • Handshaking: none • Parity: none 4 Establish connection by selecting Connection → Connect Direct. 5 Log on to the Site Controller application by entering the username and password. The Site Controller application prompt appears: 6.2.1.2 Logging on to the Base Radio Application through Serial Connection...
  • Page 229: Logging On To The Base Radio Core Mode

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 2 In the command line, type reset and confirm if necessary. 3 Interrupt the reboot procedure with the E key. SCAPE 4 Log on to BOOT1 mode. The BOOT1 mode prompt appears. For a Site Controller, it is: and in the case of Base Radio it is: boot1>...
  • Page 230: Test Equipment

    Manufacturer Description Service Terminal Locally Pro- Used to access and inter- cured face with Site Controller and BR MMI Service Connector 0166502N05 Motorola Sol- Used for measuring receiver utions sensitivity Basic Service Cable 3066565B01 Motorola Sol- utions Coaxial Directional 3041-20...
  • Page 231: Service Cable And Connector Box Description

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing Equipment Model/Type Manufacturer Description TETRA Signal Gener- Rhode & Schwarz: Rhode & Used for checking receive ator SMU200A + SMU- Schwarz: and transmit operation TETRA Analyzer (op- FSQ+FS- Used for checking receive tional) K110+FSQ-K70 and transmit operation Miscellaneous Ca- Locally Pro-...
  • Page 232: Figure 130: Service Connector Box

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing D-SUB 9 Female RJ45 PIN Description The Service Connector Box (0166502N05) is used for connecting a PC to the Base Radio. It has additional functionality for measuring receiver sensitivity, see Figure 131: Service Connector Box Pinout on page 229.
  • Page 233: Setting Up Service Terminal

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing Figure 131: Service Connector Box Pinout Trigger OUT No connection Ext ref IN RS232 RX Trigger IN RS232 TX Service Cable connector connector RJ45 RJ45 RS232 connector on PC Typical 9 pin D-connector External ref IN Trigger OUT 10MHz 0 to 10dBm Note: Use thinly coax cable and BNC connectors...
  • Page 234: Can Bus Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • Stop Bits: 1 2 Connect an RS232 cable from the serial port on the service terminal to the RJ45 Site Controller service port on the front of the Site Controller. CAN Bus Configuration CAN Bus interconnects units in the BTS.
  • Page 235: Fans Can Bus Commands

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 6.3.2 Fans CAN Bus Commands Use the Fans CAN Bus Commands to verify the state of the Cooling Fans connected through CAN Bus. psu <PSU number> get status Shows the number of fans installed in the system. psu <PSU number>...
  • Page 236: Other Can Bus Commands

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing Cavity VSWR Alarm – this Cavity Combiner is unable to tune. An actual value of VSWR is shown. Channel Spacing Alarm – means that frequency of one Base Radio is tuned too close to another.
  • Page 237: E1 Connection Test

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing NOTICE: If all details for the status is needed, use the status bts –l command. 4 If any device drivers are reported as failed to initialize, perform further tests. To re-run the tests, reset the Site Controller. The failed to initialize status indicates a problem with that peripheral.
  • Page 238: Configuring And Verifying The Base Radio

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • GPS Operating OK is YES The GPS LED will flash satellite tracking commences and will be fully on, once GPS is fully trained. If satellite tracking is NOT ADEQUATE, make sure: • The GPS receiver has been allowed enough time to locate the satellites (in extreme cases this may take up to 2 hours).
  • Page 239: Base Radio Startup Sequence

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 6.5.1 Base Radio Startup Sequence Verify the following LED conditions on the base radio controller according to the following table. Table 77: Base Radio LEDs: Normal Startup Sequence Status Alar Description (Trans- mit) No power / initial LED test (flashing multicolor) Booting Amber...
  • Page 240: Base Radio Position And Receivers Selection

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing Figure 132: BRC Indicators BASE RADIO FRONT VIEW BASE RADIO Rx 1 DC in Rx 2 Rx 3 Reset Status Alarm Service 6.5.2 Base Radio Position and Receivers Selection The new Base Radio needs to be assigned a position identifier. This operation is performed from the Service port.
  • Page 241: Setup And Access To Base Radio Position

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 6.5.2.1 Setup and Access to Base Radio Position Figure 133: Base Radios Cabinet Positions and Numbering SITE CONTROLLER BASE RADIO POWER SUPPLY UNIT BASE RADIO FRONT VIEW REAR VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW BASE RADIO POWER SUPPLY BASE RADIO...
  • Page 242 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • For a Base Radio in BR-Arch-1 architecture, log on to Boot1. See Logging on to the BOOT1 mode on page 224. • For a Base Radio in BR-Arch-2 architecture, log on to Base Radio Core. See Logging on to the Base Radio Core Mode on page 225.
  • Page 243: Enabling Base Radio Receiver Branches

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • cpp -olan2 -i<IP> where <IP> is the new IP address, for example 10.0.253.11. IMPORTANT: Do NOT change the original MAC addresses of the Base Radio. 6.5.2.2 Enabling Base Radio Receiver Branches Every new Base Radio requires enabling receivers. It is possible to separately enable or disable every branch.
  • Page 244: Table 79: Corrective Actions For Missing Or Bad Base Radio Parameters In Br-Arch-1 Architecture

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing get nvm_param rx1 atten_default The correct setting should be 0 for MTS 4 and 4 for MTS 2. If the command does not return any parameter value, then the parameter is missing. See Table 79: Corrective Actions for Missing or Bad Base Radio Parameters in BR-Arch-1 Architecture on page 240 to add the parameter.
  • Page 245 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing Missing or Bad Pa- Corrective Action rameter set nvm_param rx1 atten_default 0 • For MTS 2, enter: set nvm_param rx1 atten_default 4 • If the parameter is missing for MTS 4, add it by entering set nvm_miss_param rx1 atten_default 0 •...
  • Page 246 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 3 Type get nvm_param pa dekey_limit and press Enter. The correct value should be 26. NOTICE: If there is no returned value or the value is incorrect, type set nvm_param pa dekey_limit 26 6.5.3 Configuring the pm_config The pm_config command configures DPM and ATCC mapping to Base Radio(s) on the Site Controller.
  • Page 247: Station Verification Procedures

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • pm_config br 1 dpm 1 • pm_config br 2 dpm 1 3 To configure the DPM and ATCC mapping to BR, type pm_config [-?]. 4 To configure the ATCC (cavity) to BR mapping, type br <br> atcc <atcc> cav <cavity>.
  • Page 248 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 6.5.4.1.1 Upgrading the Base Radio Test Application Software in BR-Arch-1 Architecture (Optional) Perform this procedure only on Base Radios in BR-Arch-1 architecture. This procedure does not apply to BR-Arch-2. When and where to use: IMPORTANT: Never use this procedure to downgrade the Test Application software.
  • Page 249 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • Ensure you are aware that connecting the Base Radio to the Site Controller after the software update does not have any impact on normal functioning of the Base Radio. However, it will have the following consequences: The Test Application might become incompatible with the Base Radio Core.
  • Page 250: Transmitter Verification

    WARNING: RF energy burn hazard. Disconnect power in the cabinet to prevent injury and equipment damage while disconnecting and connecting antennas. IMPORTANT: Unless it is already out of service, Motorola Solutions recommends performing this procedure during off-peak hours to minimize or eliminate a disruption of service to system users.
  • Page 251: Receiver Verification

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing enable -otx_all son ptm -orx_all -mTx_T2 -s15 -tNo_Trigger -d0 power -otxch1 -aXX These commands set the transmitter to a specified power (in Watts) without altering any programmed parameters. For example, to key the Power Amplifier to 15W, type power - otxch1 -a15.
  • Page 252 0.01% (1.0e-02%) to pass the process. Prerequisites: Take the Base Radio out of service. Unless the Base Radio is currently out of service, Motorola Solutions recommends performing this procedure during off-peak hours. This minimizes or eliminates disruption of service to system users.
  • Page 253 Receiver Verification on page 248. Contact your local Motorola Solutions representative or Technical Support to obtain required password. WARNING: RF energy burn hazard or equipment damage. Before disconnecting antenna and connecting signal generator to the antenna connector, ensure that none of the Base Radios is currently transmitting.
  • Page 254 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing NOTICE: If the prompt does not show, wait for the BR to reboot automatically in less than 30 s. 3 Reset all cal_br* values to 0 by performing the following actions: a Enter the following command: fcp -orxch1 -pcal_br<receiver number>-v0 b Repeat step 3 a...
  • Page 255 Receiver RSSI Levels on page 249. • Set up the equipment for receiver verification and tuning. See Setting Up the Equipment for Receiver Verification on page 248. • Contact your local Motorola Solutions representative or Technical Support to obtain required password.
  • Page 256 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing WARNING: RF energy burn hazard or equipment damage. Before disconnecting antenna and connecting signal generator to the antenna connector, ensure that none of the Base Radios is currently transmitting. Procedure: 1 Turn on the BR. 2 Enter the BR Test Application mode and log on with dev credentials.
  • Page 257 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing NOTICE: Depending on the testbox equipment model, the delay parameter -d may vary and should be adjusted accordingly. Some testbox equipment can only generate T1 signal according to EN 300 394 (with synchronization information in Frame 18), which can negatively impact BER measurement results.
  • Page 258: Displaying Base Radio Alarms

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing 14 Repeat step 2 and then step 5 through step 13 for all branches until the RSSI level is correctly calibrated for all branches. 15 Reset the BR. Use the following commands: sge -orx_all -soff reset -ocontrol 16 Verify RSSI for receive path 1, 2, and 3.
  • Page 259: Synchronizing Non-Volatile Memory (Nvm) Regions

    6.5.5 Synchronizing Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Regions After introducing major changes in the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) settings, Motorola Solutions recommends to synchronize NVM regions using the commands described below. Each physical NVM object has two copies of its contents called the working region and the default region. The working region is used for normal operation, while the default region is a backup from where the settings are recovered in a memory fault (incorrect checksum) detected in the working region.
  • Page 260 6802800U74-AN Chapter 6: Configuration and Testing • sfcp -oex1 -sworking -ddefault • sfcp -opa1 -sworking -ddefault • sfcp -orxch1 -sworking -ddefault...
  • Page 261: Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System

    MTS 2 supports Hybrid Combiners • MTS 4 supports Cavity Combiners or Hybrid Combiners • MTS LiTE/MTS 2 and MTS 4 do not use the same filters and mechanics for the filter tray • MTS LiTE support one RF channel •...
  • Page 262: Can Bus

    In terms of RFDS, MTS 2 uses a low-power, cost effective RFDS placed on top of a card cage, intended for up to 2 Base Radios. For MTS LiTE, the RFDS is placed beside the card cage intended for only 1 Base Radio.
  • Page 263: Mts Lite And Mts 2 Filter Tray

    7.2.1 MTS LiTE and MTS 2 Filter Tray The MTS LiTE filter tray can carry one Duplexer and one Preselector or one Duplexer and no Preselector. The antenna connectors from the Duplexer extend from the MTS LiTE junction panel while antenna connection from the Preselector is connected via the use of cable.
  • Page 264 Max Power [W] RF Configuration Duplexer Preselector High TX/RX on 1 ant. TX/RX on 1 ant., RX on 1 ant. Figure 135: MTS LiTE TX/RX on 1 ant. - Filter Configuration DUPLEXER BR 1 BR 2 CAN 1 CAN 2...
  • Page 265: Figure 136: Mts Lite Tx/Rx On 1 Ant., Rx On 1 Ant - Filter Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 136: MTS LiTE TX/RX on 1 ant., RX on 1 ant - Filter Configuration DUPLEXER BR 1 BR 2 CAN 1 CAN 2 PRESELECTOR BR 1 BR 2 Table 83: MTS 2 RF Configurations on page 261...
  • Page 266: Figure 137: Mts 2 Tx/Rx On 2 Ant. - Filter Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 137: MTS 2 TX/RX on 2 ant. - Filter Configuration DUPLEXER DUPLEXER BR 1 BR 2 BR 1 BR 2 CAN 1 CAN2 CAN 1 CAN2 Figure 138: MTS 2 TX/RX on 2 ant., RX on 1 ant - Filter Configuration DUPLEXER DUPLEXER PRESELECTOR...
  • Page 267: Mts Lite / Mts 2 Preselector

    Figure 140: MTS 2 TX/RX on 1 ant., RX on 2 ant - Filter Configuration 7.2.2 MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector The MTS LiTE/MTS 2 Preselector is a bandpass filter, which only allows the receiver signals to pass. With a bandwidth of: •...
  • Page 268: Figure 141: Mts Lite / Mts 2 Preselector

    Figure 141: MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector NOTICE: Unused RX outputs should be terminated. The MTS LiTE/MTS 2 Preselector only has two RX outputs and no expansion output. In MTS LiTE/MTS 2 the Preselector has an integrated high performance low noise amplifier (LNA). The supply voltage for the LNA is supplied through the RX out connected to the Base Radios.
  • Page 269: Replacing The Mts Lite / Mts 2 Preselector

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 142: Schematic Diagram of MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector Preselector Antenna 7v DC supply NOTICE: Unused RX outputs should be terminated. 7.2.2.1 Replacing the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Preselector For a list of available FRUs, see Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) on page 446.
  • Page 270 CAUTION: Do not remove the screws entirely because the filter will drop. 5 Slide the Preselector out of the cabinet. 7.2.2.1.3 Reinstalling the Preselector – MTS LiTE Procedure: 1 Assemble the rear bracket at the Preselector. 2 Assemble the front bracket at the antenna connector with a screw.
  • Page 271: Mts Lite / Mts 2 Duplexer

    15 MHz, and leaves a 10 MHz spacing between the lowest possible transmit frequency and the highest possible receive frequency. The MTS LiTE/MTS 2 Duplexer has 2 RX outputs and can handle a maximum power of 60 watts.
  • Page 272: Replacing The Mts Lite / Mts 2 Duplexer

    The digital power monitor (DPM) is a directional coupler that measures forward and reverse Power. Power and VSWR information can be read through the CAN bus. Figure 144: Schematic Diagram of MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer Duplexer 7V DC supply...
  • Page 273 Reinstalling the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer Procedure: 1 Insert the Duplexer into the filter tray. Inserting the MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer into the Filter Tray on page 269. 2 Update the mapping list with the new unit TrackID.
  • Page 274: Hybrid Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Units are not present: DPM 2 JTH0500105 Track ID not mapped: JTH0500102 3 On the mapping list, locate the removed unit indicated as Units are not present. 4 Delete the old CAN Bus unit from the CAN Bus unit mapping list by entering: can remove_mapping <X>.
  • Page 275: Replacing The Hybrid Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 145: Hybrid Combiner The TX signals from two Base Radios are attached to the respective Hybrid Combiner inputs. The combined signal at the Hybrid Combiner out port is then applied to the Duplexer. The Hybrid Combiner contains one printed circuit board.
  • Page 276: Mts 4 Rfds

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System To avoid injury, allow the Hybrid Combiner to cool down before servicing. 3 Remove the TX and antenna cables. 4 Loosen the two screws that secure the Hybrid Combiner onto the bracket. 5 Slide the Hybrid Combiner forward and pull free from the screws. Slide it out from the bracket. 7.2.4.1.2 Reinstalling the Hybrid Combiner Procedure:...
  • Page 277: Table 84: Mts 4 Rf Configurations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System The following table lists all configurations for MTS 4. NOTICE: The numbers illustrated are applicable for TETRA with TEDS numbers within parentheses. Low Power is valid for 400 MHz and 260 MHz, while High Power is valid for both 400 MHz and 800 MHz.
  • Page 278: Figure 146: Mts 4 Tx/Rx On One Antenna And Up To Two Rx Antennas Filter Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System The following figures show the positions of filters in the filter tray. Figure 146: MTS 4 TX/RX on one Antenna and up to two RX Antennas Filter Configuration PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER CAN CAN IN OUT Figure 147: MTS 4 TX/RX on two Antennas and up to one RX Antenna Filter Configuration PRESELECTOR...
  • Page 279: Mts 4 Preselector

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.3.2 MTS 4 Preselector The MTS 4 Preselector is a bandpass filter, which only allows the receiver signals to pass. MTS 4 Preselector bandwidth is: • 5 MHz for 400 MHz version • 6 MHz for 260 MHz version •...
  • Page 280: Replacing The Mts 4 Preselector

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 152: Schematic Diagram of MTS 4 Preselector 7V DC supply Preselector Antenna Exp. Cabinet 7.3.2.1 Replacing the MTS 4 Preselector WARNING: RF energy burn hazard. Disconnect power in the cabinet to prevent injury and equipment damage while disconnecting and connecting antennas.
  • Page 281: Mts 4 Duplexer

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.3.2.1.2 Reinstalling the MTS 4 Preselector Procedure: 1 Fasten the Preselector onto the bracket. 2 Slide the Preselector into the cabinet. 3 Tighten the two fastening screws at the front. 4 Screw on the antenna cable and connect the RX cables to the back of the Preselector. 5 Slide on the top rear and front panels and fasten these with screws.
  • Page 282: Replacing The Mts 4 Duplexer

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 153: MTS 4 Duplexer Figure 154: Schematic Diagram of MTS 4 Duplexer 7V DC supply Duplexer Exp. Cabinet meter Antenna Coupler Detector To Hybrid ATCC/ MTCC or BR CAN Bus 2xCAN Bus CAN Bus Ctrl 7v DC supply...
  • Page 283 6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Removing the MTS 4 Duplexer on page 279. 2 Insert the Duplexer into the filter tray. Inserting the MTS 4 Duplexer into the Cabinet on page 279. 3 Update the mapping list with the new unit TrackID. Updating the Mapping List with the New Unit TrackID on page 280.
  • Page 284: Hybrid Combiner In Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.3.3.1.4 Updating the Mapping List with the New Unit TrackID Procedure: 1 Log on to the Site Controller. 2 View the mapping list by entering: can check_mapping. Step example: Units are present: Device Track ID DPM 1 JTH0500101 PSU 1 JTH0500200 Units are not present:...
  • Page 285: Replacing The Post Filter

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 155: Post Filter Figure 156: Schematic Diagram of Post Filter Postfilter To Hybrid, ATCC/ meter Antenna MTCC or BR Coupler Detector CAN Bus CAN Bus 2xCAN Bus Ctrl 7v DC supply 7.3.5.1 Replacing the Post Filter For a list of available FRUs, see Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) on page...
  • Page 286 6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.3.5.1.1 Removing the Post Filter Procedure: WARNING: RF energy hazard and potential equipment damage precaution. To prevent accidental contact with high energy and injury to personnel, switch off the Power Supply Unit. 2 Remove the four screws holding the front panel. 3 Loosen the two screws holding the front section of the top panel and slide off the panel.
  • Page 287: Cavity Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.3.5.1.4 Updating the Mapping List with the New Unit TrackID Procedure: 1 Log on to the Site Controller. 2 View the mapping list by entering: can check_mapping. Step example: Units are present: Device Track ID DPM 1 JTH0500101 PSU 1 JTH0500200 Units are not present:...
  • Page 288: Cavity Combiner - Theory Of Operation

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Minimum channel spacing of the TX channels is 150 kHz while the recommended channel spacing is 250 kHz. This limitation applies to all Cavity Combiners in all cabinets connected to the same transmit antenna.
  • Page 289: Replacing The Cavity Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System The following list contains control and monitoring features available through the CAN Bus: • Request current tuned position/frequency of a specific cavity. • Fine tune time feature, to re-tune each cavity with a specified interval. •...
  • Page 290 6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Insert the Cavity Combiner into the cabinet. Inserting the Cavity Combiner into the Cabinet on page 286. 2 For redundant ATCC only: Upgrade the redundant ATCC firmware. Upgrading the Redundant ATCC Firmware on page 286.
  • Page 291: Tuning The Mtcc In A Bts In Tetra Application Mode

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Units are present: Device Track ID DPM 1 JTH0500101 DPM 2 JTH0500105 PSU 1 JTH0500200 Units are not present: ATCC 1 JTH0500201 Track ID not mapped: JTH0500102 3 On the mapping list, locate the removed unit indicated as Units are not present. 4 Delete the old CAN Bus unit from the CAN Bus unit mapping list by entering: can remove_mapping attc<X>.
  • Page 292: Expansion Cabinet Rfds

    5 Connect the service computer to the service port of Base Radio 1 and log on. The service port connector is located on the front panel of the Base Radio module. The default password is motorola. 6 At the BR) prompt, type: dekey This command stops all RF transmission.
  • Page 293: Table 85: Mts 4 Expansion Cabinet Rf Configurations

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Table 85: MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet RF Configurations on page 289 lists the RF configurations of the MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet. In the table, Low Power is valid for both 400 MHz and 260 MHz versions of the Expansion Cabinet, while High Power is valid for both 400 MHz and 800 MHz versions of the Expansion Cabinet.
  • Page 294: Figure 159: Expansion Cabinet With Single Diversity

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System NOTICE: For 260 MHz version of MTS there are no phasing harness configurations, so please disregard from these in Table 85: MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet RF Configurations on page 289. Figure 159: Expansion Cabinet with Single Diversity MTS 4 PRIME CABINET FILTER MTS 4 PRIME CABINET...
  • Page 295: Rx Splitter

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 161: Expansion Cabinet with Triple Diversity MTS 4 PRIME CABINET FILTER FILTER FILTER REAR VIEW REAR VIEW REAR VIEW BR1 BR2 BR3 BR4 Exp. BR1 BR2 BR3 BR4 Exp. BR1 BR2 BR3 BR4 Exp. Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet...
  • Page 296: Replacing The Expansion Cabinet Rx Splitter

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System Figure 163: Schematic Diagram of RX Splitter Splitter brick brick brick brick Prime Cabi 7.4.1.1 Replacing the Expansion Cabinet RX Splitter This process outlines the recommended tasks to be performed to replace the Expansion Cabinet RX Splitter.
  • Page 297: Cavity Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 7: Radio Frequency Distribution System 7.4.1.1.2 Reinstalling the RX Splitter This procedure describes how to reinstall the RX Splitter. Procedure: 1 Fasten the RX Splitter onto the bracket. 2 Slide the RX Splitter into the cabinet. 3 Tighten the two fastening screws at the front. 4 Connect the RX cables to the back of the RX Splitter.
  • Page 298: Chapter 8: Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Chapter 8 Site Controller The following figures show the front and the rear view of the site controller. Figure 164: Site Controller Front View...
  • Page 299: Site Controller - Theory Of Operation

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Figure 165: Site Controller Rear View Site Controller – Theory of Operation The Site Controller controls resources within the MTS, including assignment of frequencies and slots to mobile stations. The Site Controller incorporates a Global Positioning System (GPS) module. The GPS module provides a high precision timing signal used as reference for the Base Radio receive and transmit functionality.
  • Page 300: Site Controller - Indicators, Switches, And Connectors

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Figure 166: Site Controller - Functional Block Diagram FLASH MEMORY MEMORY RS232 SERIAL (RJ45) X.21 MPC 8560 CPU/ COMM PROC RED IN / RED OUT QUAD FALC ALARM ALARM SITE INTERNAL Site Controller – Indicators, Switches, and Connectors This section contains information on indicators, switches, and connectors of the Site Controller.
  • Page 301: Site Controller - Front Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller 8.2.1 Site Controller – Front Panel BTSQ108SSR_MTS2and4_dr_SCCaptiveScrews_A Figure 167: Site Controller - Front Panel SITE CONTROLLER Power 2 Power 1 Service Exp. Cab Red. Active Mode BTS Alarm Reset...
  • Page 302: Site Controller - Front Panel Indicators (Led)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller 8.2.1.1 Site Controller – Front Panel Indicators (LED) Figure 168: Site Controller - Front Panel LEDs Position LED10 LED9 LED6 LED5 LED12 LED11 LED8 LED7 LED16 LED15 Not used LED18 LED17 Service Exp. Cab. LED14 LED13 Table 86: Site Controller - Front Panel Indicators (LED) LED/Port...
  • Page 303 6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller LED/Port Position Controlled by Indication Name • GREEN/AMBER Blinking: BTS synchronized to a standby SC. • AMBER Blinking: In training. • AMBER: GPS Free run mode synchronized (ETSI spec). • RED: NTP, NTP malfunction. • RED Blinking: Calibration is re- quired.
  • Page 304 6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller LED/Port Position Controlled by Indication Name LED5 Port 1 HW, Enet • OFF: Ethernet link not present. LED1 switch • GREEN: Ethernet link present. LED6 Port 1 HW, Enet • OFF: Ethernet activity not LED2 switch present.
  • Page 305: Site Controller - Front Panel Switches

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller LED/Port Position Controlled by Indication Name • GREEN: Primary E1 OK (no LOS (Loss Of Signal)). • AMBER: Errors FE, CRC, BPV, • RED: Primary E1 failure LOS. LED1 Port 7 • OFF: Secondary E1 not config- LED2 ured.
  • Page 306: Table 89: Site Controller - Service Cable Pinouts

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Connector Name Connector To/From Comment Type RJ45 Junction Panel Pin connections on the Site Controller are different from the ones on the Junction Panel con- nector. Service RJ45 Service Termi- Provides service access. See Table 89: Site Controller - Serv- ice Cable Pinouts on page 302 for service cable pinout informa- tion.
  • Page 307: Site Controller Rear Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller 8.2.2 Site Controller Rear Panel Figure 169: Site Controller Rear Panel 1 — X21/Remote GPS 2 — Alarms/Control 8.2.2.1 Site Controller – Rear Panel Connectors Table 90: Site Controller - Rear Panel Connectors Connector Name Connector Type To/From Comment...
  • Page 308: Figure 170: Site Controller - Can Bus

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller At initialization of the MTS, the factory configures the Site Controller with a relation between track number and the function of the node. You can modify this configuration in a service situation. If a node is removed or is defective, the Site Controller knows the track number of a non-responding FRU and therefore it can make a proper service report which tells exactly what FRU to replace.
  • Page 309 6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Unit Function • Software Fail: Indicating software is corrupted or unable to initialize. • Over Temperature: Indicating over temperature detected 5 °C to 10 °C before shutdown. • Fan 1 alarm: Fan 1 not operating (fan has stopped or its running speed is below specification), PSU has received a high signal (open collector) from fan tray 1 through fan connector 1.
  • Page 310 6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Unit Function NOTICE: See the MMI Commands manual for additional informa- tion on commands and parameters. ATCC Monitoring: • Cavity status. • ATCC Heartbeat signal: heart beat signal is repeated every 30 s. Alarms: • Software corrupted.
  • Page 311: Updating Can Bus Trackid Mapping List

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Unit Function • VSWR alarm. Controls: • VSWR Alarm Threshold: establishes a threshold for enabling a VSWR Alarm. Valid threshold values are in the range 1.00 to 10.00 where 1.00 means No VSWR. Recommended values for each MTS configuration are: 400 MHz: 3.00 260 MHz: 3.00 800 MHz: 4.00...
  • Page 312: Site Controller - Gps Module

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller Site Controller – GPS Module The GPS module generates a highly accurate timing reference signal within the Base Station. The integrated GPS module tracks both GPS and Glonass satellites. At least 1 GPS satellite needs to be traced to provide time reference for the SC.
  • Page 313: Replacing The Site Controller Lithium Battery

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 8: Site Controller 8.5.3 Replacing the Site Controller Lithium Battery CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace battery only with the same or equivalent type recommended by manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions. Procedure: 1 Examine the contents of the flash filling system using the monitor command SC>...
  • Page 314: Figure 172: Site Controller - Lithium Battery Location

    Chapter 8: Site Controller Figure 172: Site Controller - Lithium Battery Location 9 Install a replacement battery (Motorola p/n 5185151Y02) in its socket on the board. IMPORTANT: Dispose or recycle the used battery according to local regulations. 10 Slide the cover gently on and secure it with 19 screws.
  • Page 315: Figure 173: Xhub Controller

    6802800U74-AN XHUB Controller Chapter 9 XHUB Controller NOTICE: The content of this chapter is only supported in DIMETRA IP system releases D6.0 and later. This chapter covers the following topics: • XHUB Controller – Theory of Operation on page 312 •...
  • Page 316: Chapter 9: Xhub Controller

    Base Radio(s) located in the Expansion Cabinet. Prior to Expansion Cabinet installation, Site Controllers of Rev A or B must be sent to factory for FPGA upgrade or replacement. Please see Motorola Solutions Technical Notifications (MTNs) for more information.
  • Page 317: Xhub Controller - Indicators, Switches, And Connectors

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller Figure 174: XHUB Controller – Functional Block Diagram LED’s LEDs To FPGA Switch Reset / Interrupt XHUB FPGA Silvertine Reset / Interupt 6 x CP2 sync CP3 Circuit I/F GPIO EEPROM 10MHz Temp. SPI Bus Serial I/O Door Alarm expander...
  • Page 318: Xhub Controller - Front Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller 9.2.1 XHUB Controller – Front Panel Figure 175: XHUB Controller- Front Panel XHUB CONTROLLER AUX1 AUX2 Service Prime Cab Active Mode Link Alarm Alarm Reset This section contains following topics: • XHUB Controller – Front Panel Indicators (LED) on page 315 •...
  • Page 319: Xhub Controller - Front Panel Indicators (Led)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller 9.2.1.1 XHUB Controller – Front Panel Indicators (LED) The following table lists the Front Panel LEDs. Table 92: XHUB Controller – Front Panel Indicators (LED) LED/Port Controlled Position Indication Name LED1 Active Front Panel GREEN: XHUB is Active and in Normal mode OFF: XHUB in Standby or Standalone/Impaired Normal...
  • Page 320: Xhub Controller - Front Panel Switches

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller LED/Port Controlled Position Indication Name LED14 Port 5 LED2 HW, Enet OFF: Ethernet activity not present YELLOW: Ethernet ac- switch tivity present LED15 Port 6 LED1 HW, Enet OFF: Ethernet link not present switch GREEN: Ethernet link present AUX1 LED16 Port 6 LED2...
  • Page 321: Xhub Controller - Rear Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller Connector Name Connector Type To/From Comment Prime Cab RJ45 SC (in Prime Cab) 9.2.2 XHUB Controller – Rear Panel This section provides information about Rear Panel connectors of the XHUB Controller. 9.2.2.1 XHUB Controller – Rear Panel Connectors The following table lists the rear panel connectors of the XHUB controller.
  • Page 322: Xhub Controller - Fru

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 9: XHUB Controller 9.3.1 XHUB Controller – FRU Table 96: XHUB Controller - FRU Kit Number Description GMLN4689A XHUB MTS-EXP Controller Planned Maintenance Inspection (PMI) on page 459 for list of Periodic Maintenance Inspections.
  • Page 323: Chapter 10: Base Radio

    6802800U74-AN Base Radio Chapter 10 Base Radio This chapter covers the following topics: • Base Radio – Overview on page 319 • Base Radio – Theory of Operation on page 320 • Base Radio – Indicators and Connectors on page 325 •...
  • Page 324: Base Radio - Theory Of Operation

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio For more information on Base Radio indicators and connectors, see Base Radio – Indicators and Connectors on page 325 in this chapter. 10.2 Base Radio – Theory of Operation The Base Radio (BR) provides reliable digital communications capabilities. Each Base Radio contains the following subcomponents: •...
  • Page 325: Figure 178: Br-Arch-1 Base Radio - Functional Block Diagram

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio Figure 178: BR-Arch-1 Base Radio – Functional Block Diagram RJ45 Flash CPLD CP2 Circuit RJ45 Ethernet RJ45 RS232+ trig In/Out Host MPC8250COM RX I&Q Trig In/Out Interface RX I&Q RX Back end RX front end RX I&Q inj.
  • Page 326: Figure 179: Br-Arch-2 Base Radio - Functional Block Diagram

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio Figure 179: BR-Arch-2 Base Radio – Functional Block Diagram RJ45 Flash CP2 Circuit RJ45 Ethernet RJ45 RS232+ trig In/Out Host P1021NXE2DFB RX I&Q Trig In/Out Interface RX I&Q RX Back end RX front end RX I&Q inj.
  • Page 327: Transceiver (Xcvr)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio low-level signal is sent to the Power Amplifier where it is amplified to the desired output power level. The PA is a continuous-keyed linear amplifier. A power control routine monitors the output power of the Base Radio and adjusts it as necessary to maintain the proper output level.
  • Page 328: Figure 180: Low-Power Pa Functional Block Diagram

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio Power Amplifiers in BR-Arch-1 Base Radios Power Amplifiers in BR-Arch-1 are available in both high and low power versions. High-power PAs in 400 MHz band are available on two different frequency bands. The following table contains a list of all available PAs in BR-Arch-1 Base Radios.
  • Page 329: Base Radio - Indicators And Connectors

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio Figure 182: Mid-power PA Functional Block Diagram Blackbear2 Forward/ Fixed Feedback Adjustable Reverse Circulator Attenuator Coupler Atten Coupler Splitter Combiner OUTPUT INPUT Blackbear2 Adjustable Atten OUTPUT Attenuator 10.3 Base Radio – Indicators and Connectors Table 99: Base Radio – LED Indicators LED/Port Type Controlled by...
  • Page 330: Table 100: Base Radio - Connectors

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio LED/Port Type Controlled by Indication name LED5 SC 1 Green HW, Enet IC • OFF: Ethernet link not present • GREEN: Ethernet link present LED6 SC 1 Yellow HW, Enet IC • OFF: Ethernet activity not present •...
  • Page 331: Replacing The Base Radio

    Configuring and Verifying the Base Radio on page 234 section. 4 If Encryption and/or Authentication is used, see MTS LiTE, MTS 2, and MTS 4 Restoration manual (for DIPS/DIPC/X Core systems) or Service Manual (DIPM system) for details on loading Ki's into MTS.
  • Page 332: Restoring The Base Radio

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 10: Base Radio 10.4.2 Restoring the Base Radio Process: 1 Remove the Base Radio. Removing the Base Radio on page 328. 2 Reinstall the Base Radio. Reinstalling the Base Radio on page 328. 10.4.2.1 Removing the Base Radio Procedure: 1 Remove power from the MTS by switching off the Power Supply Unit.
  • Page 333: Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit

    6802800U74-AN Power Supply Unit Chapter 11 Power Supply Unit The following figure shows the front of the Power Supply Unit (PSU). Figure 183: Power Supply Unit Front Panel 11.1 Power Supply Unit (PSU) – Theory of Operation Dependent on its configuration the MTS is equipped with one or two high efficiency switch mode Power Supply Units (PSU).
  • Page 334: Psu Can Bus Monitoring, Alarms, And Controls

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit There is an ON/OFF switch on the front panel of the PSU module which connects/disconnects DC output voltages. The PSU operates in the following modes: • DC only operation at -48VDC (within -41VDC to -60VDC). NOTICE: DC operation mode does not allow any battery controlling.
  • Page 335: Backup Battery

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit • Over Temperature: Indicating over temperature detected 5 °C to 10 °C before shutdown. • Fan 1 alarm: Fan 1 not operating (fan has stopped or its running speed is below specification), PSU has received a high signal (open collector) from fan tray 1 through fan connector 1. •...
  • Page 336: Backup Battery Charging Procedure

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit 11.1.2.1 Backup Battery Charging Procedure NOTICE: Selected Operation Mode: AC Operation The backup battery charging output voltage is 40.5VDC to 57VDC and output current 0 to 6A. A temperature sensor monitors the backup battery temperature to ensure optimum charging. Available charge current is reduced linearly with increasing temperature from 6A to 0A when the PSU input air temperature increases from +30 °C to +60 °C Charge voltage decreases with increasing battery temperature with the ratio of -72mV/C, starting with...
  • Page 337: Figure 184: Psu Front Panel

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit Figure 184: PSU Front Panel POWER SUPPLY UNIT FRONT VIEW POWER SUPPLY Power AC In AC In Status DC In Status DC Out / Temp Pin 1 DC Out. Pin 8 Fan 1 Status Fan 2 Pin 7 Pin 814...
  • Page 338 6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit LED Name Color Condition Indications the PSU and the ing between red source voltage drops and green below 43VDC ±3% No source connected Red - solid to DC input or the DC voltage is below 40,5V LED off or Orange AC operations only mode...
  • Page 339: Psu Switch

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit LED Name Color Condition Indications Fan indicators 1 to 3 always Red - solid 11.2.2 PSU Switch Table 103: Power Supply Unit Controls on page 335 describes the PSU switch and Figure 184: PSU Front Panel on page 333 shows its position.
  • Page 340: Replacing The Power Supply Unit (Psu)

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit Name of Type To/From Comment Connector Pin 10 - 11 +28.5 Pin 4 - 6 Base Radio Pin 9 +7 V Pin 12 - 13 +28.5 Pin 7 Site Controller Pin 14 +28.5 Fan 1 MOLEX (4 pin, male) Fan 1 DC supply for Fan 1...
  • Page 341: Removing The Power Supply Unit (Psu)

    4 Connect remaining cables according to labels attached before PSU removal. 5 Switch ON the Power Supply Unit. 6 Check the LED indicators to verify the PSU is operating correctly. See MTS LiTE, MTS 2 and MTS 4 Installation, Configuration and Basic Service Manual.
  • Page 342 6802800U74-AN Chapter 11: Power Supply Unit Step example: SC> can remove_mapping psu 1 5 Add new CAN Bus unit to the CAN Bus unit mapping list. NOTICE: The new unit Track ID is present on the replaced unit label and indicated as Track ID not mapped in the list shown in step Use can add_mapping <Device><TrackID>, where <TrackID>...
  • Page 343: Chapter 12: Cooling Fans

    MTS LiTE and MTS 2 offer configurations which do not need fans. The temperature range is from -30 °C to 55 °C. If the temperature range is extended to 60 °C, two fan kits for MTS LiTE or three fan kits for MTS 2 need to be mounted.
  • Page 344: Psu Fan Control

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 12: Cooling Fans NOTICE: The Site Controller Application automatically detects if you use a fanless configuration and causes the Base Radio Application to limit the power output. The Test Application does not limit the power output automatically, so it is not recommended to use the Test Application to run a station in the fanless configuration in a high power mode.
  • Page 345: Airflow

    If there is nothing in close area to sides, the air can also exit here. The airflow routing is the same with or without fans. Figure 186: MTS LiTE Airflow MTS 2: The 2 BR card cage has a clear opening in the bottom front and small holes in the side and back.
  • Page 346: Figure 187: Mts 2 Airflow

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 12: Cooling Fans Figure 187: MTS 2 Airflow Air exhaust top and sides Heated air flow around filters Air intake all sides MTS 4: In MTS 4 the airflow is different. The additional depth and width of the cabinet are used to guide and separate ambient air intake and heated air outlet.
  • Page 347: Cooling

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 12: Cooling Fans Figure 188: MTS 4 Airflow Heated air flow from both card cages in both sides of cabinet Air exhaust from bottom cardcage Cool air intake into sides for top cardcage of cabinet front and back Separating plate guides air from bottom cardacge...
  • Page 348 6802800U74-AN Chapter 12: Cooling Fans 2 Unlock the fan kit by unscrewing the M3x8 screws with serrated washers. 3 Slide out the fan kit from module cage. 4 Insert the new fan kit into module cage. 5 Secure the fan kit by screwing M3x8 screw with a serrated washer. 6 Plug the connector into PSU.
  • Page 349: Chapter 13: Mts Troubleshooting

    Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) on page 446. This restores the system to normal operation as quickly as possible. Suspected Site Controllers should be shipped to the appropriate Motorola Solutions repair depot for repair. Fault indications should be considered in the order shown in...
  • Page 350 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Indication Possible Failure Corrective Action Mode LED: Green E1/X.21 relay not • Check site link failure: .sitelink, status energized Inactive, Site Controller stand- • Check cabling, replace cabling if needed Active LED: RED Failed Site Controller •...
  • Page 351 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Indication Possible Failure Corrective Action • If FRU doesn’t work properly, try to upgrade code, or reset unit - If problem still exists replace faulty unit with new one BR configured loss: • Check state of BRs (br configured is miss- ing) status sc -all, status br *) CAN bus commands BR1 or BR2 or BR3 or...
  • Page 352: Figure 189: Site Controller Leds

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Figure 189: Site Controller LEDs SITE CONTROLLER Power 2 Power 1 Exp. Cab Service Red. Active Mode BTS Alarm Reset...
  • Page 353: Troubleshooting Flow Chart

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.2.1 Troubleshooting Flow Chart Figure 190: Troubleshooting Flow Chart Start See “Troubleshooting power” section Check Power Replace faulty TSC. TSC boot Are LEDs Stuck software fails to execute and turn software controlled LEDs off. Check MMI cable, and terminal set-up.
  • Page 354: Table 106: Site Reference States - Status Sc

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Use the status sc command. Observe the Overall Status field of the resulting output and proceed as follows: • If Overall Status = Active – <state> / <reason>, this is an indication that the Site Controller is currently active, together with the site reference state and the reason for that state.
  • Page 355: Troubleshooting: Sc Config File

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Site Reference Reason Explanation of the SC internal clock before the expiry of the calibration timer. The adjustment of the SC internal clock is automatic. SC needs only a reference source to align with. It can align with GPS, NTS, or peer SC with properly working GPS.
  • Page 356: Troubleshooting: Brc Config Files And Code File

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.2.6 Troubleshooting: BRC Config Files and Code File The BRC does not boot or operate correctly unless a valid configuration file and code file is stored in the flash filing system of the Site Controller. Use the method described in Troubleshooting: General Check of a Site Controller File on page 352 to ensure that the file shown in the following table is valid...
  • Page 357: Mmi Fault Indications

    : PC895F00B000084007 Boot0 Version : MTS_TSC_BOOT0-R01.40.01 Boot1 Version : MTS_TSC_BOOT1-R08.40.01 Copyright (C) 2011-2012, Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved Unauthorised Access Prohibited 13.1.3 MMI Fault Indications Diagnosis of fault conditions are divided into diagnosis of the GPS/site reference and the site link.
  • Page 358 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Precise UTC Time Mode : YES TETRA Slot : H6121 M49 F15 S4 Synchronized : YES The following fields are of particular relevance during fault diagnosis: • Site Reference Operating OK YES: This indicates that the site reference is providing timing services to the Site Controller. NO: The site reference is not operating, therefore the MTS cannot provide any service.
  • Page 359 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Site Reference 1 PPS Input Status = OK or NOT OK: This indicates whether a valid signal is being received by the site reference system. • GPS Operating OK GPS Operating OK = YES or NO: This indicates whether the GPS receiver is tracking sufficient satellites to provide a timing reference input to the site reference.
  • Page 360: Gps Receiver Detailed Troubleshooting

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Synchronised = YES or NO: This indicates whether this MTS is capable of operating synchronously with any neighboring MTS. 13.1.3.2 GPS Receiver Detailed Troubleshooting The status sri -gps command provides detailed information on the GPS receivers operating state.
  • Page 361: Troubleshooting Site Link Faults

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting ROM Test: N/A RAM Test: N/A, 1 kHZ Presence: N/A Antenna Status : CONNECTED Almanac Data : NOT VALID Location Data : VALID • The Antenna status is reported as: CONNECTED when at least four satellites are being tracked. DISCONNECTED when no satellites are being tracked.
  • Page 362 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.3.3.2 Frame Relay Fragmentation The status frf command displays fragmentation statistics as show below: SC) status frf Transmit Frames fragmented Number of fragments transmitted Number of received frames Number of received fragments Number of ignored fragments Number of discards when disabled If the counter labeled "Number of discards when disabled"...
  • Page 363 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.3.3.4 Site Link Troubleshooting the Site Link essentially consists of checking the correct operation of each layer in the order starting with the physical layer. The physical layer may be configured to be either E1 or X.21. The status bsl command provides different information for the two interface types.
  • Page 364 The LEDs labeled as "1", "2", on the E1 port indicate the physical E1 port that had been configured for the Site Link using the e1config MMI command. NOTICE: Contact your local Motorola Solutions representative or Technical Support to obtain the password.
  • Page 365 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Non octet aligned E1 Statistics:- Second timer ex- : 11 Remote Alarm :0 pired Line Loss Framer Rx Data Over- flow :0 Frame alignment : Failed Framer Tx Data Under- Loss run :0 : On Negative Rx clock slip :0 CRC4 Error...
  • Page 366 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting incrementing error counters such as CRC/framing errors, Aborts, or Non octet aligned errors indicates the correct transmission and reception of HDLC frames. Persistent large numbers of HDLC errors on an interface configured for E1 indicates errors in the configuration of the E1 data timeslots. 13.1.3.3.7 Frame Relay Layer SC) status fr...
  • Page 367 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Number of discards when disabled The frames transmitted and the frames received counters should be incrementing between successive invocations of status lmi. If the received counter is not incrementing, this indicates that the remote equipment is not responding to LMI inquiry packets transmitted by the Site Controller – the problem is probably external to the Site Controller.
  • Page 368 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting • Primary IP Tunnel Fragmentation Size • Secondary WAN Interface • Secondary VLAN Tagging • Secondary Sat • Secondary WAN IP Address • Secondary WAN IP Mask • Secondary WAN Gateway • Secondary WAN VLAN ID •...
  • Page 369 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting After all parameters are configured properly and the configuration file is loaded to the MTS, the Ethernet site link configuration can be inspected by executing the status bsl command on the Site Controller MMI. An example output of the status bsl command is shown below: SC: status bsl Option Current...
  • Page 370 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Secondary eth sitelink port (pos ID) L11_B: UP Secondary intermediary port states At the end of its output, the status bsl command displays information about site link ports, Ethernet connection state (UP/DOWN), and position (TSC id A or B). The example above is from dual MTS4 configuration.
  • Page 371 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting up/down ----------- session details ------------- KA timer 300(peer 0) timeout 3000 ID 2(peer 0) NOTICE: Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) is a network protocol implemented on Base Stations and Core/Exit Routers used for Ethernet links to detect failure of any active component.
  • Page 372 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting • SHA-1 • SHA-256 • SHA-384 • SHA-512 To verify if the link encryption option is enabled or disabled in the system, use the ipsec config command. The command displays both, the Main system and the Local system site link encryption configuration.
  • Page 373: Verifying Permanent Lock

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.4 Verifying Permanent Lock Verify if the site is permanently locked before antenna maintenance work. Permanent lock is maintained after resets and power cycles. Prerequisites: You must be remotely logged on to the MTS. Procedure: 1 In the Site Controller application, enter status sc.
  • Page 374: Other Site Controller Symptoms

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.1.6 Other Site Controller Symptoms Table 110: Other Site Controller Symptoms Symptom Possible Failure Corrective Action Initial power up self test fails Site Controller Replace Site Controller. Service terminal unable to com- Incorrect cable In- Verify cable.
  • Page 375 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion configura- in the NVM is un- values. To en- tion param- memory. changed. sure that the pa- eters may rameters can be be corrupt- restored man- ually to the earli- er backed up values.
  • Page 376 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion uration prob- lems. ALM_BRC_VCXO_UN- VCXO is No recovery The alarm is The alarm LOCK_ALM unlocked - action taken cleared after means that the the alarm is by the soft- de-keying BRC reference...
  • Page 377 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion dication message from DSP. Abacus BRC is de- The alarm is The alarm may • ALM_BRC_ABA- clock 2 is keyed by the cleared just be reported be- CUS_CLK2_ALM not present software.
  • Page 378 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion sage from DSP. Receiver Receiver is If the alarm The alarm may • ALM_RX_3_3_VOLT_FAU DC 3.3V disabled by condition be reported be- line failure. the software disappears cause of some •...
  • Page 379 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion bled by the problems (ca- software. bles, connec- tors) or the BRC hardware fail- ure / configura- tion problem. ALM_RX_DC_2_775V_FAIL Receiver Alarm for BR- Receiver is If the alarm DC 2.775V Arch-2 only.
  • Page 380 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion The ambi- No recovery If the alarm • ALM_AMBI- ent temper- action taken condition ENT_TEMP_ALM_WARN ature is by the soft- disappears • ALM_AMBI- above the ware.
  • Page 381 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion the alarm is cleared and BRC can be re-keyed again. Exciter BRC is de- If the alarm • ALM_TX_VCO_MON_FAI VCO moni- keyed by the condition toring fail- software.
  • Page 382 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion Reported BRC is de- BRC is re- The alarm may • ALM_TX_CLIP_DE- when Jave- keyed by the keyed by the be reported be- TECT_ALM_FAULT lin clip de- software.
  • Page 383 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion Internal BRC is de- If the alarm • ALM_TX_TEMP_INTER- Power Am- keyed by the condition NAL_SEVERE plifier tem- software. disappears • ALM_PA_TEMP_INTER- perature is the alarm is NAL_SEVERE too high.
  • Page 384 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion quested lev- also done each time when the target output power is changed by re- covery or clear actions of some alarms. Checksum Software at- If the opera- Corrupted con- •...
  • Page 385 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion the cover- age can be lower Receiver Branch2 of If the alarm The alarm may • ALM_RX_DC_INJ2_FAUL branch2 Receiver is condition be reported be- LNA DC in- disabled by disappears cause of the...
  • Page 386 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion the cover- age can be lower Receiver Branch2 of If the alarm The alarm may • ALM_RX_DC_INJ2_SHOR branch2 Receiver is condition be reported be- T_FAULT LNA DC in- disabled by disappears...
  • Page 387 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion ORT_FAIL ting DC sup- from this BRC hardware is set for ply control alarm. failure. longer time line for the than 5 mi- LNA) nutes ALM_RX_INJ3_SHORT_LON Reported Branch3 of...
  • Page 388 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion callback set by the soft- after reset- in BRC Ap- ware. ting BRC. plication - internal software er- ALM_PLAT_NO_GEN_CB No CoreLib No recovery The alarm is Software error command action taken...
  • Page 389 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion Voltage No recovery The alarm may • ALM_TX_VSWR_ALARM- Wave action taken be reported be- Standing by the soft- cause of the • ALM_PA_VSWR_ALARM- Ratio is ware.
  • Page 390 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion ALM_BRC_ETH_LAN1_LINK Ethernet No recovery When the The link to Site _ALM LAN1 Link action taken link is up Controller is dis- is down - by the soft- then the connected or the link...
  • Page 391 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion ALM_BRC_CP2A_REF_ALM CP2A refer- Hardware The alarm is The alarm may ence is not automatical- cleared after be reported be- present - ly selects de-keying cause of the ex- the alarm another ref- BRC.
  • Page 392 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion delay time for the reset is set. ALM_HW_INIT_FAILED Hardware No recovery The alarm is The alarm may initialization action taken cleared only be reported be- failure.
  • Page 393 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion configured by 1. Otherwise paths. the counter is decremented by 2. After checking the alarm condi- tion the counter is set to 0 if it has a negative value.
  • Page 394 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion ALM_RF_JAMMING Uplink No recovery The alarm is channel RF action taken cleared if no interference by the soft- longer inter- detected. ware. ference is detected. ALM_RF_JAM- Uplink Information...
  • Page 395 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Descrip- Recovery Clear Ac- Alarm ID Notes tion Action tion ALM_EX_DC_12V_FAULT Exciter DC Transmitter If the alarm The alarm may 12V line is disabled condition be reported be- failure. by the soft- disappears cause of some ware - BRC then trans- power supply...
  • Page 396: Recommended Test Equipment

    A defective FRU is replaced with a non-defective module. This method of troubleshooting limits down- time and quickly restores the Base Radio back to normal operation. Ship defective modules to a Motorola Solutions repair depot for repair. This manual provides two troubleshooting procedures for the Base Radio. Each procedure is designed to quickly identify faulty modules.
  • Page 397: Reported/Suspected Problems

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Figure 191: Procedure 1 Troubleshooting Flowchart ROUTINE SITE VISIT PROCEDURE 1 OBSERVE LED INDICATORS Refer to Controls and Indicators for LED Definitions Module Suspected Go to Troubleshooting of Being Faulty? Procedure 2 Flow Chart CHECK CURRENT ALARM STATUS Use MMI command get alarms...
  • Page 398: Figure 192: Procedure 2 Troubleshooting Flowchart

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Figure 192: Procedure 2 Troubleshooting Flowchart PROBLEM REPORTED OR SUSPECTED PROCEDURE 2 OBSERVE LED INDICATORS Refer to Controls and Indicators for LED Definitions Module Suspected Replace Module of Being Faulty? CHECK CURRENT ALARM STATUS Use MMI command get alarms to check alarm status Module Suspected...
  • Page 399: Base Radio Fault Indications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.2.2 Base Radio Fault Indications Figure 193: Base Radio LEDs BASE RADIO FRONT VIEW BASE RADIO Rx 1 DC in Rx 2 Rx 3 Reset Status Alarm Service The BRC have 4 LEDs that are under software control: only 3 of these are used (TX, Status, BR Alarm).
  • Page 400 6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting Indication Possible Failure Corrective Action spr inet/if/eth0 spr inet/if/eth1 • Check also if the IP suffix matches BR Cabinet ID/Position ID combination, for example: 10.0.253.cp where c = 1 (Cabinet ID) and p = 2 (Position ID) give us 10.0.253.12.
  • Page 401: Miscellaneous Troubleshooting

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 13: MTS Troubleshooting 13.2.3 Miscellaneous Troubleshooting Table 114: Miscellaneous Troubleshooting Items Indication Possible Failure Corrective Action No over-the-air com- Open Ethernet cable, or Verify no open or damage to Ether- munication missing termination of Ether- net cable, or missing termination. net cable Open or damaged BR anten- Verify no open or damage to BR...
  • Page 402: Chapter 14: Technical Specifications

    Description fications Operating temperature • MTS LiTE 400 MHz (without fans) -30 °C to 55 °C • MTS LiTE 400 MHz (with fans) -30 °C to 60 °C • MTS LiTE 800 MHz (always fans) -30 °C to 60 °C •...
  • Page 403: Standards Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Environmental Speci- Description fications Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing for 30 C. EN 300 019 1-3 Class 3.2 Operational altitude -300 m to 3000 m Environmental protec- IP 20 according to IEC 60529 tion Operating in use Shock: EN300 019-2-3 T 3.2 Vibration: EN300 019-2-3 T 3.2 Storage and Transpor-...
  • Page 404: Cabinet And Module Specifications

    14.3.1 MTS Cabinets Frequency Range The following table lists the frequency values supported for the MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4. Table 117: Frequency values supported for the MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4 MTS Cabinet...
  • Page 405: Dimensions Of The Mts Cabinets

    Chapter 14: Technical Specifications 14.3.2 Dimensions of the MTS Cabinets The following table lists the dimensions of the MTS LiTE, MTS 2, MTS 4, and MTS 4 Expansion Cabinets. Table 118: Dimensions of the MTS 2, MTS 4, and MTS 4 Expansion Cabinets...
  • Page 406: Table 120: Auto Tune And Manual Tune Cavity Combining Transmitter-To-Antenna Port Specifications

    25 kHz above the low range and below high range for 50 kHz channel NOTICE: ETSI Compliance Notice: The Base Radio is only ETSI-compliant when used in conjunction with a RF distribution system (RFDS) supplied by Motorola Solutions. The Base Radio shall not be used without a RFDS approved by Motorola Solutions.
  • Page 407: Transmitter Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Specifications Value or Range 250 kHz Channel Spacing, four-channel 4.7 dB typical 250 kHz Channel Spacing, two-channel 4.5 dB typical Table 121: Hybrid Combining Transmitter-to-Antenna Port Specifications Specifications Value or Range Hybrid Combiner Maximum Insertion 3.3 dB maximum Loss: 3.2 dB typical...
  • Page 408: Table 123: Transmit Specifications - Teds

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Transmitter Specification Value or Range Transmitter Power Control 12 dB Carrier Feedthrough -26 dBc Transmitter Modulation Accuracy 6% RMS/Burst (30% peak/symbol) Synchronization 1/4 symbol Adjacent-channel Power due to Modula- ± 25 kHz -60 dBc (800 MHz/ 900 tion (Normal Conditions) MHz: -55 dBc) ±...
  • Page 409: Receiver Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Transmitter Specification Value or Range NOTICE: Base Radio Power Limits above are also applicable for 800 MHz. Transmitter Power Control 12 dB Transmitter Modulation Accuracy 10% RMS/Burst Synchronization 1/4 symbol Adjacent-channel power (25kHz) Offset Limit Offset Limit Adjacent-channel power (50kHz)
  • Page 410: Table 125: Receiver Specifications - Teds

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Receiver Specification Value or Range population mean: -120.0 dBm(-119.5 dBm 800 MHz) spec limit: -117.5 dBm Sensitivity (normal conditions, faded, TU50, 4% BER): population mean : -113.5 dBm(-113.5 dBm 800 MHz) spec limit: -111.0 dBm Degradation (extreme conditions, static and faded) 3 dB Nominal Error Rate (unprotected T1):...
  • Page 411: Site Controller Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Receiver Specification Value or Range 75 kHz -40 dBm 150 kHz -35 dBm 350 kHz -30 dBm 1, 2, 5, 10 MHz -25 dBm Blocking 50 kHz TEDS (static, normal conditions, 3% BER): 150 kHz -40 dBm 350 kHz -35 dBm...
  • Page 412: Internal Gps Module Input Specifications

    GPS antenna bias voltage +5.0 V Maximum output current 30 mA 14.3.8 MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer Specifications Table 128: MTS LiTE / MTS 2 Duplexer Specifications MTS 2 Duplexer Specifications Description Dimensions Height: 170 mm Width: 70 mm...
  • Page 413: Mts 4 Post Filter Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications MTS 4 Duplexer Specifications Description Depth: 400 mm Weight 7.6 kg Forward Reverse Power Measurement Accuracy ±0.5 dB 14.3.11 MTS 4 Post Filter Specifications Table 131: MTS 4 Post Filter Specifications MTS 4 Post Filter Specifications Description Dimensions Height: 100 mm...
  • Page 414: Manual Tune Cavity Combiner (Mtcc) Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Auto Tune Cavity Combiner (ATCC) Specifica- Description tions Vendor Default Settings 150 kHz channel spacing Fine-tune interval 8 hours 14.3.14 Manual Tune Cavity Combiner (MTCC) Specifications Table 134: Manual Tune Cavity Combiner (MTCC) Specifications Manual Tune Cavity Combiner (MTCC) Specifica- Description tions Dimensions...
  • Page 415: Power Supply Unit Specifications

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications 14.3.17 Power Supply Unit Specifications Table 137: Power Supply Specifications PSU Specifications Description Technical Require- Input Voltage DC: -41 to -60 VDC ments Input Voltage AC: 90 to 264 VAC; The PSU shall withstand 300 VAC Input Frequency AC: 45 to 66 Hz Output Voltage 1: 28.5 VDC 2% Output Current 1: 20 A...
  • Page 416: Xhub Controller Specifications

    Value or Range Dimension Height: 139 mm Width: 124 mm Depth: 45 mm Weight 0.4 kg 14.3.20 MTS LiTE, MTS 2, and MTS 4 Connectors Table 140: MTS LiTE/MTS 2 Connectors Connector Type Description External GPS SUB D DB15 Female connector...
  • Page 417: Table 141: Mts 4 Connectors

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 14: Technical Specifications Connector Type Description Ethernet RJ45 Functionality described in Hardware installation chapter Internal GPS N type Female connector Mains input IEC 320 230 V Supply -48 VDC 2 pin Phoenix connector Antennas DIN 7–16 Female connector Table 141: MTS 4 Connectors Connector Type...
  • Page 418: Chapter 15: Expansion Options

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Chapter 15 Expansion Options Expansion options can be ordered from Motorola Solutions. To order an expansion option, see the Ordering Guide on ECAT. 15.1 Additional Base Radio for MTS 2 It is possible to complement MTS 2 (with one Base Radio) with additional Base Radio.
  • Page 419: Cable Connections

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.1.1 Cable Connections Cable connections before expansion Figure 194: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with one TX/RX ant. and up to two additional RX ant. before Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX path TX1/RXA TX2/RXB...
  • Page 420: Figure 195: E1 And Ethernet Cabling Diagram For Mts 2 Before Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 195: E1 and Ethernet Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 before Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in Bat. Temp. DUPLEXER PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 421: Figure 196: Rf Cabling Diagram For Mts 2 With One Tx/Rx Ant. And Up To Two Rx Ant. After

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Cable connections after expansion Figure 196: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with one TX/RX ant. and up to two RX ant. after Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX path TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in RX path...
  • Page 422: Adding An Additional Base Radio To Mts 2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 197: E1 and Ethernet Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 after Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW RGPS X.21 User Alarms/controls TX2/RXB TX1/RXA AC in Bat. Temp. PRESELECTOR PRESELECTOR DUPLEXER HYBRID COMBINER FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW...
  • Page 423: Installing An Additional Base Radio To Mts 2

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.1.2.1 Installing an Additional Base Radio to MTS 2 Procedure: 1 Remove the Blind Plate where the additional Base Radio is to be assembled. 2 Label all new Rx cables with labels included in the expansion kit. 3 Attach the Rx cables to the filters.
  • Page 424: Installing The Hybrid Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Filter pos 3 / BR2 BR2 / Rx3 3066543B05 Tx Cable Filter pos 2 / Tx BR2 / Tx 2 in 3066545B02 Ethernet SC1 / BR2 BR2 / SC1 NOTICE: Index numbers in table above refer to cable connections shown in Figure 196: RF Cabling Diagram for MTS 2 with one TX/RX ant.
  • Page 425: Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.1.3 Configuration When the additional Base Radio has been installed properly it needs to be configured and verified. In order to do so, follow Configuring and Verifying the Base Radio on page 234. In addition to this, the following parameters need to be configured in TESS application: •...
  • Page 426 6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 6 Assemble the Air Separator shelf above the existing Module Cage. Use four M6x16 screws included in the expansion kit. 7 Assemble the new Module Cage on top of the Air Separator shelf. Use eight M6x16 screws included in the expansion kit.
  • Page 427: Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.2.2 Configuration No configuration in itself is needed for the module cage, but the Power Supply Unit needs to be configured and this is described in Updating the Mapping List with the New PSU TrackID on page 337.
  • Page 428: Cable Connections

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.3.1 Cable Connections Cable Connections Before Expansion Figure 198: RF Cabling of MTS 4 with one TX ant. Before Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 TX path GPS1 GPS2...
  • Page 429: Figure 199: Rf Cabling Of Mts 4 With Two Tx Ant. Before Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 199: RF Cabling of MTS 4 with two TX ant. Before Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 TX path GPS1 GPS2 X.21 User Alarms/Controls RGPS2 RX path Bat.
  • Page 430: Figure 200: E1 And Ethernet Connections Of Mts 4 Before Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 200: E1 and Ethernet Connections of MTS 4 Before Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW E1 Connection DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 Ethernet Connection RGPS2 Redundant Connection Bat.
  • Page 431: Figure 201: Rf Cabling Diagram Of Mts 4 With One Tx Ant. After Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Cable Connections After Expansion Figure 201: RF Cabling Diagram of MTS 4 with One TX ant. After Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 TX path GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21...
  • Page 432: Figure 202: Rf Cabling Diagram Of Mts 4 With Two Tx Ant. After Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 202: RF Cabling Diagram of MTS 4 with two TX ant. After Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 TX path X.21 User Alarms/Controls RGPS2 RX path...
  • Page 433: Figure 203: E1 And Ethernet Cabling Of Mts 4 After Expansion

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 203: E1 and Ethernet Cabling of MTS 4 After Expansion JUNCTION PANEL TOP VIEW DC1 DC2 Bat. Temp. 1 AC in 1 AC in 2 E1 Connection RGPS1 GPS1 GPS2 User Alarms/Controls X.21 Ethernet Connection RGPS2 Redundant Ethernet Bat.
  • Page 434: Adding An Additional Base Radio To Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.3.2 Adding an Additional Base Radio to MTS 4 Follow the procedure below to install an additional Base radio for MTS 4. The images below illustrate cable connections before adding a third Base Radio to the configuration. Procedure: 1 Remove the Blind Plate where the additional Base Radio is to be added.
  • Page 435: Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options NOTICE: At this stage only connect the cable to the Site Controller. NOTICE: If the Ethernet cable is being wired from a Base Radio in one Module Cage to a Site Controller in another Module Cage, the Ethernet cable is to be drawn outside of the Module Cage.
  • Page 436: Adding A Redundant Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options NOTICE: Redundant Site Controller feature is supported on releases: • R6.0_001.12, MTS 05 • R5.2_002.34, MTS 10 and later. The additional Site Controller is delivered with the expansion kit that includes required equipment and cables. 15.4.1 Adding a Redundant Site Controller This section described how to install and configure an additional Site Controller, gaining Redundant...
  • Page 437: Installing A Second Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options For detailed procedures, see the respective restoration manual (DIPS/DIPC/X Core systems) or Service Manual (DIPM system). 6 Load Ki’s into MTS. See the respective restoration manual (DIPS/DIPC/X Core systems) or Service Manual (DIPM system) for details on loading Ki's Into MTS. 7 Check the MTS post-restoration checks.
  • Page 438: Configuring Redundant Site Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 8 Connect the Ethernet cables previously attached to the Base Radio(s) to the Site Controller. Also connect the newly added Site Controller to the junction panel according to the scheme below: Part no Cable type From 3066543B10 RF Cable...
  • Page 439: Performing Site Controller Hardware Pre-Checks

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.4.2.1 Performing Site Controller Hardware Pre-Checks Procedure: 1 Ensure that both Site Controllers are correctly installed and are running identical software applications, Boot images and configuration files. 2 In order for the Redundant Site Controller feature to work correctly, the Site Controller and BR Boot1 version must be: •...
  • Page 440: Configuring Site Controller Ids

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options • eth0: 10.0.254.2 • eth1: 10.0.253.2 NOTICE: For an MTS using a single Site Controller, the Ethernet settings should be checked using the ifconfig -a command from the SC application prompt. From the output, confirm that the eth0 and eth1 ports are configured as expected.
  • Page 441: Expansion From Two-Channel To Four-Channel Cavity Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 3 An id value of either A or B is displayed. 4 Perform the same check on the second Site Controller. 5 If the IDs are the same, one of the ID values have to be changed. To do so, log onto the Site Controller Application MMI.
  • Page 442: Adding The Four-Channel Cavity Combiner

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 205: ATCC Cabling Diagram — MTS 4 with 1 TX Antenna after Expansion DUPLEXER / CAN OUT DUPLEXER / TX ATCC FRONT VIEW ATCC DC IN TX A TX B TX OUT Inside ATCC Interconnection ATCC DC IN...
  • Page 443: Installing The Cavity Combiner Into The Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.5.2.1 Installing the Cavity Combiner into the Cabinet Procedure: 1 Switch OFF the Power Supply Unit. NOTICE: Only applies for Auto Tuned Cavity Combiner (ATCC). 2 Remove the panel in front of where the additional Cavity Combiner is to be assembled. 3 Assemble bracket with 3 M6x10 screws.
  • Page 444: Configuration

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.5.3 Configuration When the new Cavity Combiner has been installed, the mapping list needs to be updated with the new TrackID. For more information, see Updating the Mapping List with the New TrackID on page 286.
  • Page 445: Expanding From Mts 2 To Mts 4

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.7.1 Expanding from MTS 2 to MTS 4 Follow the process below to extract the Module Cage from MTS 2 and assemble it into the expanding MTS 4 Cabinet. Process: 1 Extract the Module Cage from MTS 2, see Extracting the Module Cage from MTS 2 on page 441.
  • Page 446: Figure 206: M4 Screw Position

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options Figure 206: M4 Screw Position 5 Remove bottom plate by removing the 20 pcs M3 TEXTRON screws using M1.5 Hex. Figure 207: M3 Screw position 6 Remove the Ribbon cable from the Module cage.
  • Page 447: Assembling The Module Cage In The Mts 4 Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 7 Mount the two brackets to the Module cage using 10 pcs. M4 screws. 8 Bend in the area at the back of the Module Cages for Ribbon cables to be routed through later. 15.7.1.2 Assembling the Module Cage in the MTS 4 Cabinet Procedure: 1 Remove the Module Cage Beauty Plate (if any).
  • Page 448: Adding A Redundant Xhub Controller

    6802800U74-AN Chapter 15: Expansion Options 15.8.1 Adding a Redundant XHUB Controller Procedure: 1 Wear an ESD strap and connect its cable to a verified good ground. This strap must be worn to prevent ESD damage to any components. 2 Remove XHUB Controller blind plate if such exist in the upper module cage of the MTS 4 Expansion Cabinet.
  • Page 449: Chapter 16: Mts 4 Outdoor Enclosure

    6802800U74-AN MTS 4 Outdoor Enclosure Chapter 16 MTS 4 Outdoor Enclosure The MTS 4 outdoor enclosure is designed to accommodate an MTS 4 base station and it is designed to withstand rough environment and many years of service. Basis is a welded steel frame with dismountable side panels with protected double gaskets for protecting the sealed environment inside.
  • Page 450: Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (Frus)

    High-Low Power Base Radio 320 - 400 MHz GMTX4336A High-Low Power Base Radio 380 - 470 MHz GMTF4695A High-Low Power Base Radio 800 MHz Table 143: Other FRUs for MTS LiTE Available from After Market Operations (AMO) Part Number Description WALN4381A Fan kit 9166516A01 Low Power Duplexer 351 MHz –...
  • Page 451 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description 9166516A10 Duplexer Rx 415 MHz – 420 MHz 9166516A11 Duplexer Rx 450 MHz – 455 MHz 9166516A12 Duplexer Rx 455 MHz - 460 MHz 9166516A13 Duplexer Rx 452.5 MHz - 457.5 MHz 9166516A14 Duplexer MTS2 RX 851 MHz –...
  • Page 452: Figure 208: Position Of Modules In Mts Lite Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Figure 208: Position of Modules in MTS LiTE Cabinet Junction Panel Filter section for Duplexer and Preselector Duplexer Power Supply Unit Fan Tray Preselector Site Controller Base Radio Field Replaceable Units for MTS 2...
  • Page 453 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description WATF4380A Hybrid Combiner TX 851 MHz – 870 MHz GMLD4641A Hybrid Combiner 260 MHz – 275 MHz GMLF4711A Hybrid Combiner 932 MHz – 942 MHz WALN4381A Fan kit 9166516A07 Duplexer Rx 385 MHz - 390 MHz 9166516A15 Duplexer Rx 395 MHz –...
  • Page 454 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description 91015004001 Pre Selector (Hi Pwr) Rx 260 MHz – 266 MHz 91015007001 Pre Selector (Low Pwr) Rx 260 MHz – 266 MHz 9166515A14 Pre Selector MTS2 RX 806 MHz – 825 MHz 9166515A16 Pre Selector Rx 917 MHz –...
  • Page 455: Figure 209: Position Of Modules In Mts 2 Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Figure 209: Position of Modules in MTS 2 Cabinet Junction Panel Preselector Duplexer Fan Tray Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 Table 146: Available FRUs for MTS 4 on page 451 lists the available FRUs for MTS 4 and Table 147: Other Field Replaceable Units for MTS 4 Available from After Market Operations (AMO) on page 452 lists other FRUs for MTS 4 available from AMO.
  • Page 456: Table 147: Other Field Replaceable Units For Mts 4 Available From After Market Operations (Amo)

    6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Description GMTX4334A Low Power Base Radio 380 – 470 MHz, TEDS compatible GMWD4513A Low Power Base Radio 260 MHz – 275 MHz WAPN4335A Power Supply Unit GMLN4752B DIMETRA Express Server with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) FRUs for BR-Arch-2 Base Radios (supported for SER releases 8.0 and above) GMTX4335A...
  • Page 457 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description Replaces Power Wave 9166512A20 duplexer. 9166512B01 Duplexer Rx 380 MHz – 385 MHz (supplier Fungu) Replaces Power Wave 9166512A01 duplexer. 9166512B02 Duplexer Rx 382.5 MHz – 387.5 MHz (supplier Fingu). Replaces Power Wave 9166512A02 duplexer.
  • Page 458 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description 9166511B10 Post Filter Tx 420 MHz – 425 MHz (supplier Fingu) Replaces Power Wave 9166511A10 filter. 9166511B11 Post Filter Tx 422.5 MHz – 427.5 MHz (supplier Fingu) Replaces Power Wave 9166511A11 filter. 9166511B12 Post Filter Tx 425 MHz –...
  • Page 459: Table 148: Available Field Replaceable Units For Mts 4 Expansion Cabinet

    6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Part Number Description 9166510B18 Pre Selector Rx 452.5 MHz – 457.5 MHz MTS4 9166510B19 Pre Selector Rx 455 MHz – 460 MHz MTS4 91015004001 Pre Selector (Hi Pwr) 260 MHz – 266 MHz 91015007001 Pre Selector (Lo Pwr) 260 MHz –...
  • Page 460: Surge Arrestors And Suppliers

    6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) Figure 210: Position of Modules in MTS 4 cabinet Junction Panel Filter Section (RX Splitters) Cavity Combiners Cavity Conjunction Hole (on each side of Cabinet) XHUB Fan Tray XHUB Fan Tray Figure 211: Position of Modules in Expansion Cabinet Surge Arrestors and Suppliers Three types of surge arrestors should be used in the MTS site: 1 AC Power and X.21/E1 Interface Surge Arrestor...
  • Page 461: Antenna Surge Arrestors

    260 MHz MTS antenna (transmit/receive) - VHF50HD (Motorola P/N DSVHF50HD) • 400 MHz MTS antenna (transmit/receive) - VHF50HD (Motorola P/N DSVHF50HD) • 800 MHz MTS antenna 7/16 DIN (transmit/receive) - TSX-DFF-BF (Motorola P/N DSTSXDFFBF) • 800 MHz MTS antenna (transmit/receive) - DSXL (Motorola P/N DSDSXL) •...
  • Page 462 6802800U74-AN Appendix A: Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) HOFI GmbH Co KG Wittenbacherstrasse 12 D - 91614 Moenchsroth Germany Telephone: +49 (0)9853 - 1003 Telefax: +49 (0)9853 - 1005...
  • Page 463: Appendix B: Planned Maintenance Inspection (Pmi)

    Schedule indicates whether any PMI action is required/recommended, the regularity of the recommended/required action, and a brief description of the activity. The Inspection Schedule also indicates Motorola Solutions recommended PMI testing activities that should be carried out as part of the PMI Schedule.
  • Page 464: Appendix C: Static Precautions And Esd Strap

    ESD Wrist Strap Safety Precautions on page 460 Static Sensitive Precautions The static grounding wrist strap (Motorola P/N 4280385A59) must always be used when handling any board or module within the MTS. Many of the boards or modules used in the MTS equipment are vulnerable to damage from static charges.
  • Page 465: Figure 212: Mts Lite Esd Strap Connection

    NEVER connect or disconnect the cable that connects the Duplexer and Preselector RX outputs to the inputs of the RMC without using a correctly earthed ESD wrist strap. Figure 212: MTS LiTE ESD Strap Connection Figure 213: MTS 2 and MTS 4 ESD Strap Connection...
  • Page 466: Appendix D: Assembling The Gnss Antenna

    6802800U74-AN Appendix D: Assembling the GNSS Antenna Appendix D Assembling the GNSS Antenna Perform this procedure to assemble a GNSS antenna. The following figure presents the exploded view of the GNSS antenna. Figure 214: GNSS Antenna Assembly - Exploded View M5 Screw Collar Bracket 1-1/2”...
  • Page 467: Figure 216: Gnss Antenna Assembly - Collar Bracket

    6802800U74-AN Appendix D: Assembling the GNSS Antenna Figure 216: GNSS Antenna Assembly – Collar Bracket 3 Fix the mounting pipe to the mounting bracket by tightening the two set screws. Figure 217: GNSS Antenna Assembly – Securing the Pipe 4 Attach the mounting pipe to the support structure. 5 Attach the grounding cable to the antenna module by tightening a T6 screw using a T30 screwdriver.
  • Page 468: Appendix E: Tetra/Dimetra Acronyms

    6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Appendix E TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms The table explains the acronyms used throughout this manual and in the DIMETRA System and is not system release specific. Therefore not all terms may be relevant for a specific system or release. Table 151: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description...
  • Page 469 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description ATCC Auto Tune Cavity Combiner Announcement Talkgroup ATIA Air Traffic Information Access Asynchronous Transfer Mode Air Traffic Router Alphanumeric Text Service Authentication Centre Aggregated Virtual Circuit. BCCH Broadcast Control Channel Bit Error Rate BERT Bit Error Rate Test Barring of Incoming Calls...
  • Page 470 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Common Cipher Key Channel Control Module CCMS Customer Configuration Management System Configuration Database Manager (part of CENTRACOM Gold Server) Call Detail Record Crypto Engine Central Electronics Bank Customer Enterprise Network CENTRACOM Elite Server Charging Gateway Cluster Hot Standby, Equivalent to Synchronised Standby Console Interface Electronics...
  • Page 471 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Controlling Zone Controller DAOS Data Add-On Services Delivered Audio Quality Digital Audio Tape Data Base Downstream Billing Processor Dispatch Console (D5.5SER and backward) Domain Controller (D6.0SER and forward) Data Communication Equipment Derived Cipher Key Data Distribution Interface Disabled Dialling Pattern Data Gateway...
  • Page 472 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description EBTS Enhanced Base Transceiver System Electronic Codebook Echo Canceller Encryption Cipher Key Exclusion Class Number ECTA Extended Console Talkgroup Assignment Environmental Conditioning Unit EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory Electronic Industries Association End Of Life Electrostatic Discharge Enhanced Telephone Gateway...
  • Page 473 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description GPIOM General Purpose Input/Output Module GPRS General Packet Radio Service Global Positioning System GSKO Group Session Key for OTAR GSSI Group Short Subscriber Identity GPRS Tunneling Protocol GTSI Group TETRA Subscriber Identity Graphical User Interface Hard Disc Drive HDLC High level Data Link Control...
  • Page 474 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description International Telecommunications Union Integrated Voice and Data InterVening Network Interzone IZAC Interzone Audio Channel IZCP Interzone Control Path IZNM Interzone Network Manager Authentication Key Key Association Group Key Encryption Key Key Identification Key Management Facility Key Management Message Key Stream Generator Key Stream Segments...
  • Page 475 Description MGCK Modified Group Cipher key MGEG Motorola Gold Elite Gateway Management Information Base MiBAS Motorola integrated Billing and Administration System Mobile Link Entity Microsoft Management Console Man Machine Interface Mobile Network Code Motorola Networks Division Motorola Network Router Mobile Originated...
  • Page 476 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Network Security Normal Synchronization Configuration Juniper NetScreen-Security Manager NSMS Network Security Management Subsystem New Technologies. A Microsoft Windows environment Network Termination NTMS Network Transport Management Server Network Time Protocol Network Time Server Out-Of-Band Operating System Open Systems Interconnect OSPF...
  • Page 477 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Provisioning Center Primary Reference Clock PRNM Private Radio Network Management. PROM Programmable Read Only Memory. Phase Shift Keying. Public Safety Microphone. PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network Power Supply Unit Push-To-Talk Permanent Virtual Circuit Quality Of Service QSIG Q-reference point Signalling...
  • Page 478 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Radio User Identity Receiver Store and Forward feature Subscriber Access Control Session Authentication Information SACCH Slow Associated Control Channel Serial Attached SCSI Symantec AntiVirus Server ™ SATA Serial ATA SATN System Architecture and Transport Network Symantec AntiVirus Client SAVCE Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition...
  • Page 479 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description Smart Phone Interface SRAM Static Random Access Memory System Release Site Reference ISA Signaling System 7 Symantec System Center ™ Short Subscriber Identity. Secure Socket Layer System Statistics Server System Timer Module Switched Virtual Circuit Site Wide Call SWDL Software Download feature...
  • Page 480 6802800U74-AN Appendix E: TETRA/DIMETRA Acronyms Item Description TETRA Site Controller TETRA Subscriber Identity Transmitter Tx-I Transmit Inhibit User Configuration of Logging interfaces User Configuration Manager Universal Crypto Module User Configuration Server User Data Protocol User Interface UKEK Unique Key Encryption Key Uninterruptible Power Supply Universal Time Coordinated Voice and data...

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