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3900 Series Base Station

V100R009C00

Configuration Principles (Global)

Issue

06

Date

2014-03-26

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3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

About This Document

About This Document

Overview

This document describes the principles for configuring hardware in 3900 series base stations. Based on specific configuration requirements in this document, the quantities of components to be configured in a base station can be calculated and planned.

The exteriors of components and cables in this document are for reference only. The actual exteriors may be different.

Product Version

Product Name

Product Version

BTS3900

V100R008C00 and later. The mapping base

 

station versions are:

BTS3900A

GBTS: V100R015C00 and later,

BTS3900L

V300R015C00 and later

 

eGBTS: V100R015C00 and later

BTS3900AL

NodeB: V200R015C00 and later

DBS3900

eNodeB: V100R006C00 and later

BTS3900C

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

  • l Technical support engineers

  • l System engineers

3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

Contents

Contents

About This Document.....................................................................................................................ii

  • 1 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global).................................................1

  • 2 Changes in 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principle (Global).............................4

  • 3 Overview.........................................................................................................................................6

  • 4 Version Difference........................................................................................................................9

    • 4.1 Cabinet Configurations.................................................................................................................................................10

      • 4.1.1 BTS3900 Configuration............................................................................................................................................10

      • 4.1.2 BTS3900A Configuration

..........................................................................................................................................

14

  • 4.1.3 BTS3900L Configuration..........................................................................................................................................22

  • 4.1.4 BTS3900AL Configuration.......................................................................................................................................25

  • 4.1.5 DBS3900 Configurations..........................................................................................................................................28

  • 4.1.6 BTS3900C Configuration..........................................................................................................................................29

  • 4.1.7 Cabinet Upgrade Configuration

30 .................................................................................................................................

  • 4.2 BBU Configuration

.......................................................................................................................................................

37

  • 4.2.1 BBU Case Configuration...........................................................................................................................................38

  • 4.2.2 BBU Board Configuration.........................................................................................................................................40

  • 4.2.3 CPRI Networking Configurations.............................................................................................................................59

    • 4.3 RF Module Configuration............................................................................................................................................60

  • 1 RF Module

0

  • 2 RF Modules Working at Band 8 (900

0

  • 3 RF Modules Working at Band 2 (1800

0

  • 4 RF Modules Working at Band 5 (850

0

  • 5 RF Modules Working at Band 2 (1900

0

  • 6 RF Modules Working at Band 1 (2100

0

  • 7 RF Modules Working at Band 7 (2600

0

  • 8 RF Modules Working at Band 4

0

  • 9 RF Modules Working at Band 12 (700

0

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Contents

  • 10 RF Modules Working at Band 13 (700

0

  • 11 RF Modules Working at Band 20 (800

0

  • 12 RF Modules Working at Band 20 (800

0

  • 4.3.1 AAU Configuration...................................................................................................................................................74

  • 4.3.2 Power Module

............................................................................................................................................................

84

  • 4.3.3 RET Module Configurations...................................................................................................................................101

  • 4.3.4 Equipment and Product Auxiliary Material Configuration.....................................................................................102

  • 4.3.5 Hardware License Configuration

150 .............................................................................................................................

  • 4.4 Configurations for a Lampsite Base Station...............................................................................................................165

    • 4.4.1 BBU Configurations in a Lampsite Base Station....................................................................................................165

    • 4.4.2 Basic RHUB Configuration Principles....................................................................................................................166

    • 4.4.3 Basic pRRU Configurations....................................................................................................................................168

      • 4.5 Typical Configurations and Capacity Expansion.......................................................................................................173

        • 4.5.1 Typical Configurations............................................................................................................................................174

        • 4.5.2 Capacity Expansion Principles................................................................................................................................234

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1 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

This chapter describes changes in 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principle (Global).

  • 06 (2014-03-26)

 

This is the sixth official release. Compared with Issue 05 (2014-02-28), the content is adjusted in this issue.

  • 05 (2014-02-28)

 

This is the fifth official release. Compared with Issue 04 (2014-01-20), this issue includes the following new topics:

  • l 4.4.2 Basic RHUB Configuration Principles.

  • l 4.4.3 Basic pRRU Configurations.

  • l 4.4.1 BBU Configurations in a Lampsite Base Station.

Compared with Issue 04 (2014-01-20), this issue does not exclude any topics.

  • 04 (2014-01-20)

This is the fourth official release. Compared with Issue 03 (2013-11-08), this issue includes the following new topics:

  • l AAU3902 Configuration.

  • l 4.2.3 CPRI Networking Configurations.

  • l GU Co-BBP.

  • l Typical Configurations of an AAU3902 in 2100 A+(790 to 960) P+(1710 to 2690) P Scenarios.

Compared with Issue 03 (2013-11-08), this issue includes the following changes.

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Topic

Change Description

4.1 Cabinet Configurations and its child topics

Added description of the BBU3910 to the configuration list.

UMTS BBU Board Configurations

Added configuration principles for the UBBP.

License Configuration of Multimode Base Stations

Added the configuration of the multimode co- BBP license.

Compared with Issue 03 (2013-11-08), this issue does not exclude any topics.

  • 03 (2013-11-08)

This is the third commercial release. Compared with Issue 02 (2013-08-01), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

BTS3900 Configuration List

Added the BTS3900 (Ver.D)+IMB06 configuration.

BTS3900L Configuration List

Added the BTS3900L (Ver.D)+IMB06 configuration.

  • 02 (2013-08-01)

This is the second commercial release.

Compared with Issue 01 (2013-06-26), this issue does not include any new information or exclude any information.

Compared with Issue 01 (2013-06-26), this issue includes the following changes:

Topic

Change Description

4.2.2 BBU Board Configuration and its child topics

Added models.

  • 01 (2013-06-26)

This is the first commercial release. Compared with Draft A (2013-05-20), this issue does not include any new information. Compared with Draft A (2013-05-20), this issue includes the following changes.

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Topic

Change Description

4.3

RF Module Configuration and its child

Added the description of the AAU.

topics

4.1

Cabinet Configurations and its child

Added the cabinet configuration list.

topics

Draft A (20.05.13)

This is a draft.

3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

2 Changes in 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principle (Global)

2 Changes in 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principle (Global)

This document describes the configuration principles for single- and multi-mode 3900 series base stations.

Introduction to 3900 Series Base Stations

The 3900 series base stations, which mainly comprises the baseband unit (BBU) and RF modules, use the state-of-the-art multimode technology. A uniform design is applied to various product forms and different installation scenarios. This significantly reduces operators' network construction and operating costs in site acquisition, capacity expansion, and environmental protection.The 3900 series base stations provide various solutions for evolution from GSM to UMTS and then to LTE.

  • l The BBU supports multimode applications. Boards working in different modes can be configured in a BBU so that any two or three among GSM, UMTS, and LTE can share the BBU. In separate-MPT scenarios, one BBU supports two modes, and two BBUs support triple modes. In co-MPT scenarios, one BBU supports triple modes.

  • l RRUs and RFUs support multimode and multi-band applications.

With the SDR technology, RF modules support any two or all triple modes among GSM, UMTS and LTE by using different software configurations to meet operators' requirements. RF modules of different modes can be deployed at one base station. Therefore, a base station can work in a single mode or any two or all triple modes among GSM, UMTS and LTE.

RF modules working in different frequency bands can also be used together. Blade RRUs include RRU3936/RRU3938/RRU3939, RRU3824/RRU3826/RRU3838/ RRU3832/RRU3839, and RRU3268/RRU3260. High-power RFUs are as follows: MRFUd/MRFUe/WRFUd/WRFUe/CRFUd used together with the BTS3900 (Ver.C/Ver.D) cabinet. High-power RRUs are as follows: RRU3829/RRU3929/RRU3942/RRU3841/ RRU3961/RRU3832/RRU3839/RRU3939 that are used together with the DCDU-11B/ DCDU-12B. All other RRUs are low-power RRUs. In addition, the 2100 MHz AAU3910 and AWS AAU3910 are also high-power RF modules.

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NOTE

The BBU in this document includes the BBU3900 and BBU3910.

Description

The following table describes the meanings of some symbols and phrases in the document.

Table 2-1 Symbol meanings

Symbol

Description

&

It is used between different modes in a separate-MPT base station.For example, GSM&UMTS indicates a separate-MPT GSM/UMTS dual-mode base station, which can be shortened to GU.

*

It is used between different modes in a co-MPT base station. For example, GSM*UMTS indicates a co-MPT GSM/UMTS dual-mode base station, which can be shortened to G*U.

+

It is used between different modes for the two BBUs in a separate-MPT base station.For example, GSM&UMTS+LTE indicates a separate-MPT GSM/ UMTS/LTE triple-mode base station, which can be shortened to GU+L.

[]

the modes contained in [] share the same main control board. For example, GSM [UMTS*LTE] can be shortened to G[U*L].

_

The mode following the underscore next to UMPT or UBBP is the actual mode in which the UMPT or UBBP is working. For example, UMPT_GUL is a UMPT working in GUL mode and UBBP_UL is a UBBP working in UL mode.

GU SDR

GSM and UMTS share the same RF modules.

GL SDR

GSM and LTE share the same RF modules.

UL SDR

UMTS and LTE share the same RF modules.

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3 Overview

3 Overview

SRAN9.0

 

The single-mode versions for SRAN9.0 are GBSS16.0, RAN16.0, and eRAN7.0. Compared with SRAN8.0, SRAN9.0 includes the following changes:

  • l Added the 1.8 A AAU3902 in GL mode.

  • l Added the UBBP and BBU3910. A BBU3910 can be installed in the following cabinets:

BTS3900 (Ver.D), BTS3900L (Ver.D), BTS3900A (Ver.D), APM30H (Ver.D), TMC11H (Ver.D), IMB03, OMB (Ver.C) (applies to DBS3900 and BTS3900C (Ver.C)), and BTS3900AL (Ver.A).

  • l Added the Cloud BB solution.

  • l Added the multimode baseband license.

  • l Added configurations for the Lampsite solution.

  • l Added the ODM and OFD.

SRAN8.1

 

The single-mode versions for SRAN8.1 are GBSS15.1, RAN15.1, and eRAN6.1. Compared with SRAN8.0, SRAN8.1 includes the following changes:

  • l Added the following RF modules: EGSM, PGSM, and RRU3938 (1800 MHz)

  • l Added the RRU3268 800 MHz for eRAN6.1.

  • l Added the AAU3902 (1.8 A) working in the LTE only mode.

  • l Added the GULT quadruple mode.

SRAN8.0

The single-mode versions for SRAN8.0 are GBSS15.0, RAN15.0, and eRAN6.0. Compared with SRAN7.0, SRAN8.0 includes the following changes:

  • l Added the following new hardware: UBRIb, UMPTb1, LBBPd3, , and UTRPa.

  • l Added the AAU3910, which can serve as an active unit of 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz, or AWS.

  • l Added the AAU3902 (2100 MHz).

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l

Added the RRU3926 in GL mode.

l

Specified specifications of HSPA user number supported by a WBBP.

l

Added the GU/GL/UL/GUL co-MPT configurations.

l

Added the following RF modules: RRU3260 (2600 MHz), RRU3268 (2600 MHz), RRU3939 (1800 MHz), and RRU3936 (850 MHz and 1900 MHz).

l

Added the AAU3910, which can serve as an active unit of 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz, or AWS in SRAN8.0.

l

Added the RRU3808 of AWS working in UL mode.

SRAN7.0

 

The single-mode versions for SRAN7.0 are GBSS14.0, RAN14.0, and eRAN3.0. Compared with SRAN6.0, SRAN7.0 includes the following changes:

l

Added the following hardware: the UTRPc (transmission extension board), BBU interconnection port, UTRPa, UCIU (interconnection board), UMPTa1 (UMTS main control board), WBBPf (UMTS baseband processing board), LBBPd (LTE baseband processing board), UMPTa2 (LTE main control board), LRFUe (2600 MHz), MRFUe (E900M), RRU3841 (AWS), RRU3942 (850 MHz), CRFUd (AWS), and UMPTb1 (only for UMTS).

l

Added the following LTE hardware licenses: Resource Block License, BB Receive Channel License, BB Transmit Channel, RF Transmit Channel, and RF Receive Channel.

l

Added UMTS NodeB Signaling Capacity License.

l

Added the configuration scenarios where SDR RF modules are connected by means of BBU interconnection.

l

Added configurations for GUL modes, such as GSM&UMTS+LTE (GSM), GSM&LTE +UMTS (GSM), GSM&UMTS+UMTS&LTE, GSM&UMTS+UMTS&LTE (GSM).

NOTE

NOTE

 

In triple-mode configurations, LTE (GSM) or UMTS (GSM) indicates that LTE or UMTS uses one BBU and shares SDR RF modules with GSM in the other BBU. Therefore, the SDR RF modules must be connected across BBUs in a star topology to support GL or GU. GSM is contained in brackets because a GTMU board is not configured in the BBU which is only used by LTE or UMTS.

 

l

Added configurations for GUL triple-mode co-transmission

l

Added configurations for GUL triple-mode common clock.

l

Added the RRU3942 of 1900 MHz in UL mode.

l

l

The BTS3900 (Ver.D) AC cabinet can be stacked on an IMS06 which houses transmission equipment or 92 Ah storage batteries.

eRAN2.2

 

eRAN2.2 is an LTE only version. Compared with eRAN2.1, eRAN2.2 includes the following changes:

l

Added the following features in eRAN2.2: UL 2x4 MU-MIMO and DL 4x4 MIMO.

l

Added dual-carrier configurations.

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SRAN6.0

 

The single-mode versions for SRAN6.0 are GBSS13.0, RAN13.0, and eRAN2.1. Compared with SRAN5.0, SRAN6.0 includes the following changes:

  • l Added the following hardware: RF modules of Band 13 (700 MHz), RF modules of Band

20 (800 MHz), MRFU V2 of Band 5 (850 MHz), MRFUd of P900M/E900M, MRFUd of Band 2 (1800 MHz), RRU3929 of E900M, RRU3928 of 900 MHz, RRU3929 of 1800 MHz, RRU3928 of 1800 MHz, LRFUe of 800 MHz, RRU3240 of 2600 MHz, RRU3942 of 1900 MHz, RRU3926 of 900 MHz PGSM/1800 MHz/900 MHz EGSM, RRU3929 of P900M, WRFUe of 2100 MHz, RRU3936 of 900 MHz PGSM/1800 MHz/900 MHz EGSM, WRFUa of 2100 MHz (100 W), and RRU3221 of 2600 MHz, enhanced WRFU of

  • 2100 MHz (80 W), RRU3839 of 2100 MHz, RRU3832 of AWS, RRU3938 of EGSM/

PGSM/1800 MHz, enhanced MRFUd, and RRU3939 of 1800 MHz.

  • l Added the maximum configuration of six UMTS baseband processing boards.

  • l Added a new cabinet, which is required by the MRFUd, WRFUd, LRFUe, and MRFUe. The new cabinet supports the GUL triple modes, including the GSM&UMTS+LTE and GSM&LTE+UMTS modes.

  • l Added the following SRAN6.0 dual-mode features: GSM and UMTS Dynamic Spectrum Sharing and 2.0 MHz Central Frequency Point Separation between GSM and UMTS Mode.

  • l Added the following RAN13.0 features: E-DPCCH Boosting, DC-HSDPA+MIMO, Dual- threshold Scheduling with HSUPA Interference Cancellation, NodeB Internal Firewall, Anti-interference Scheduling for HSUPA, Traffic-based Activation and Deactivation of the Supplementary Carrier in Multi-carrier, Multi-carrier Switch off Based on QoS, Intelligent Power Management, Independent Demodulation of Signals from Multiple RRUs in One Cell, CQI Adjustment, and MIMO prime.

  • l Added the following eRAN2.1 features: TTI Bundling, LoCation Services (LCS), and Cell Outage Detection and Compensation.

  • l Added the GSM high power 80 W license.

  • l Added the BTS3900(AC) Ver.D and BTS3900L(AC) Ver.D cabinets for 220 V AC scenarios.

SRAN 5.0

The single-mode versions for SRAN5.0 are GBSS12.0, RAN12.0, and eRAN2.0. Compared with SRAN3.0, SRAN5.0 includes the following changes:

  • l Added the following hardware: WBBPd (UMTS baseband board), UTRPb4 (GSM transmission board), RRU3806 of 2100 MHz (80 W), RRU3808 of AWS, RRU3824 of

    • 2100 MHz, RRU3826 of 2100 MHz, RRU3838 of 2100 MHz, RRU3832 of 2100 MHz,

WRFUd of 2100 MHz, RRU3828 of 2100 MHz, and RRU3829 of 2100 MHz.

  • l Added the following SRAN5.0 dual-mode features: Multi-mode Dynamic Power Sharing and Bandwidth Sharing of MBTS in Multi-mode Co-Transmission.

  • l Added the following RAN12.0 features: Interference Cancellation (IC), Frequency Domain Equalization (FDE), UL L2 Enhanced, DL 64QAM+MIMO, UL 16QAM, DC-HSDPA, and Performance Improvement of MIMO and HSDPA Co-carrier.

  • l Added the GSM high power 60 W license.

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About This Chapter

This chapter describes the principles for configuringDBS3900BTS3900C.

  • 4.1 Cabinet Configurations

  • 4.2 BBU Configuration

  • 4.3 RF Module Configuration

  • 4.4 Configurations for a Lampsite Base Station

  • 4.5 Typical Configurations and Capacity Expansion

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4.1 Cabinet Configurations

3900 series base stations adopt a module design. A macro base station consists of the cabinet, BBU, and RF modules. Its minimum configuration consists of a cabinet and the minimum configuration of baseband processing boards, main control and transmission boards, and RF modules. A distributed base station consists of baseband processing boards and RF modules. Its minimum configuration consists of the minimum configuration of baseband processing boards, main control and transmission boards, and RF modules. The baseband processing boards, RF modules, and transmission interface boards support smooth capacity expansion by adding related boards or licenses.

4.1.1 BTS3900 Configuration

This section describes the principles for configuring the cabinets, BBUs, and RF modules at a BTS3900 site.

BTS3900 configuration principles

The following table lists the BTS3900 configuration principles.

Table 4-1 BTS3900 configuration principles

Single/Dual/

Maximum

Maximum

Maximum

Description

Triple-Mode

Number of

Number of

Number of RF

Base Station

Cabinets

BBUs

Modules

Single- or dual- mode base station

2

1

l

If only RFUs are configured, a maximum of

-

12

RFUs are

supported.

l

If RFUs and RRUs are configured, a maximum of

12

RFUs and

6 RRUs are

supported.

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Single/Dual/

Maximum

Maximum

Maximum

Description

Triple-Mode

Number of

Number of

Number of RF

Base Station

Cabinets

BBUs

Modules

Separate-MPT

2

2

If only RFUs are

For high-power

triple-mode

configured, a

RRUs, see2

base station

maximum of 12

Changes in

RFUs are

3900 Series

supported.

Base Station

If RFUs and

Configuration

RRUs are

Principle

configured:

(Global).

l

A Ver.B or Ver.C cabinet supports a maximum of

12

RFUs and

6 RRUs. The DCDU supplying power to RRUs must be installed

on a wall outside the cabinet.

l

A site that uses Ver.D cabinets supports a maximum of

12

RFUs, 6

high-power RRUs, and 3 low-power RRUs. The DCDU supplying power to RRUs can be installed in the

BTS3900

cabinet.

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Single/Dual/

Maximum

Maximum

Maximum

Description

Triple-Mode

Number of

Number of

Number of RF

Base Station

Cabinets

BBUs

Modules

Co-MPT triple-

2

1

If only RFUs are

If RFUs and

-

mode base

configured, a

station

maximum of 12

RFUs are supported.

RRUs are configured, a maximum of 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs are supported.

NOTE

NOTE

  • l A single Ver.B or Ver.C AC cabinet can house a maximum of one BBU. A single Ver.D cabinet can house a maximum of two BBUs.

  • l If the MRFUd, WRFUd, WRFUe, or MRFUe is configured, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

  • l If RFUs and RRUs are configured and the RRUs are of high power, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

  • l The BTS3900 (Ver.B) or (Ver.C) AC cabinet and +24 V DC BTS3900 (Ver.B) cabinet can neither be configured as a separate-MPT triple-mode base station nor be configured with RFUs and RRUs together. The Ver.D AC cabinet can be configured with a maximum of 6 RFUs and 9 RRUs.

BTS3900 Configuration List

The following table lists BTS3900 cabinets and their internal devices.

Table 4-2 Configuration list

Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2B48RACK00

BTS3900 Cabinet (DC

-48 V DC BTS3900 indoor

-48V)

macro cabinet, which houses

WD2B48RACK03

BTS3900 Cabinet (Ver.C, DC -48V)

BBUs and RFUs and applies to scenarios with AC backup power.

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Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P048CAB10

BTS3900 Cabinet (Ver.D, DC -48V)

-48 V DC BTS3900 indoor macro base station, which houses BBUs and RFUs and applies to the 220 V AC scenarios with backup power and 110 V AC scenarios with or without backup power. One piece of DC cabinet can be configured in 220 V AC scenarios without backup power when the site needs to be configured with 7 to 11 RFUs.

WD2PACRACK00

BTS3900 Cabinet (AC

  • 220 V AC or 110 V AC indoor

220V/110V)

macro cabinet for housing the

WD2BACRACK01

BTS3900 Cabinet (Ver.C, AC 220V/110V)

power module, BBUs, and RFUs

WD2P220CAB00

BTS3900 Cabinet (Ver.D,

  • 220 V AC indoor macro

220VAC)

cabinet, consisting of a BTS3900 cabinet and an IMS06 stacked together. The IMS06 can house a 5 U AC power device. It is supported from SRAN6.0 onwards.

In 220 V AC scenarios without backup power, one piece is configured by default. When two cabinets need to be configured, the site can be configured with one AC cabinet and one DC cabinet.

WD2M048BBU01

BBU Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUc. The UPEUc can provide 360 W power.

WD2M3910BBU0

BBU3910 Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUd and FANd. The UPEUd can provide 650 W power.

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3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global) 4 Version Difference NOTE When the BTS3900 is stacked

NOTE

When the BTS3900 is stacked on two IMS06s, an EPU05A and a group of battaries (92 Ah) or an EPU05A and two transmission devices can be installed.

4.1.2 BTS3900A Configuration

This section describes the principles for configuring the cabinets, BBUs, and RF modules at a BTS3900A site.

BTS3900A configuration principles

The following table lists the BTS3900A configuration principles.

Table 4-3 BTS3900A configuration principles

Single/

Maximum

Maxim

Maximum

Remarks

Dual/

Number of

um

Number of RF

Triple-

Cabinets

Numbe

Modules

Mode

r of

Base

BBUs

Station

Single- or

l

A BTS3900A

1

l

If only RFUs

For high-power

dual-mode

site can uses

need to be

RRUs, see2

base station

Ver.B or Ver.C

configured, a

Changes in 3900

Separate-

cabinets supports a

2

maximum of 12 RFUs are

If RFUs and

Series Base Station Configuration

MPT triple-

maximum of

supported.

Principle (Global).

mode base

station

two groups of

l

APM30H

RRUs need to be

 

Co-MPT

+RFC.

1

configured:

triple-mode

l

A BTS3900A

A BTS3900A site

base station

site that uses Ver.D cabinets supports a maximum of one APM30H and two RFCs.

that uses Ver.B or Ver.C cabinets supports a maximum of 6 RFUs and 6 RRUs. A BTS3900A site that uses Ver.D cabinets support a maximum of 6 RFUs, 6 high- power RRUs, and 3 low-power RRUs.

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3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global) 4 Version Difference NOTE l If the MRFUd, WRFUd,

NOTE

  • l If the MRFUd, WRFUd, WRFUe, LRFUe, or MRFUe is configured, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

  • l When RFUs and RRUs are configured and the RRUs are of high power, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

BTS3900A Configuration List

The following table lists the BTS3900A cabinets and their internal devices.

Table 4-4 Configuration list

Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P022APM03

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, AC

Outdoor cabinet (APM30) for a BTS3900A site supplied

220V)

with 220 V AC power

WD2P022APM04

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, AC

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When

220V)

the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 1600 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

WD2P022APM05

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, AC

Outdoor cabinet (APM30) for a BTS3900A site supplied

220V)

WD2P022APM06

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, AC

220V)

with 220 V AC power, with a heat exchanger

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 1600 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required. The cabinet of the 05/06 type is used in cold areas with a temperature below -20°C.

WD2P011APM03

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, AC

Outdoor cabinet (APM30) for a BTS3900A site supplied

110V)

with 110 V AC power

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 1600 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

WD2B048APM03

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, -48V)

Outdoor cabinet (APM30) for a BTS3900A site supplied with -48 V DC power

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Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2B048APM04

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, DC

 

-48V)

WD2B048APM07

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, DC

Outdoor cabinet (APM30) with heating film, used for a

-48V)

WD2B048APM06

Advanced Power Module for BTS3900A (APM30, DC

-48V)

BTS3900A site supplied with -48 V DC power

For a cabinet with heating film, the customer needs to provide independent power supply for the heating film.

WD2B226RFU03

BTS3900A RFU Cabinet

BTS3900A cabinet, used for

WD2B226RFU04

BTS3900A RFU Cabinet

housing RFUs

WD2B116RFU03

BTS3900A RFU Cabinet

Outdoor macro cabinet housing RFUs for a BTS3900A site supplied with 110 V AC power

WD2M048BBU01

BBU Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUc. The UPEUc can provide 360 W power.

WD2M3910BBU0

BBU3910 Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUd and FANd. The UPEUd can provide 650 W power.

WD2P022CAB00

BTS3900A Cabinet (Ver.C, AC 220V)

220 V BTS3900A outdoor cabinet for stacked installation. It contains an APM30 and an RFC.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required. In 220 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When

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Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P022CAB01

BTS3900A Cabinet (Ver.C, AC 220V)

the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

The cabinet of the 01 type is used in cold areas with a temperature below -20°C.

WD2P011CAB00

BTS3900A Cabinet (Ver.C, AC 110V)

110 V BTS3900A outdoor cabinet for stacked installation. It contains an APM30 and an RFC.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required.

In 110 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

WD2P048CAB00

BTS3900A Cabinet (Ver.C, DC -48V)

-48 V BTS3900A outdoor cabinet for stacked installation. It contains an APM30 and an RFC.

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Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P048CAB01

BTS3900A Cabinet (Ver.C, DC -48V)

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required. In -48 V DC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

The cabinet of the 01 type is used in cold areas with a temperature below -20°C.

WD2B226RFU05

BTS3900A RFU Cabinet (Ver.C)

Outdoor macro cabinet housing RFUs for a BTS3900A site

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured. This item is configured when an RFU cabinet is required. In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required.

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Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P022CAB21

BTS3900A Cabinet(Ver.D, 220V AC)

Outdoor cabinets for stacked installation at a BTS3900A site supplied with 220V DC power. This package contains an APM30 and an RFC.

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required. In 220 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

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Model

Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P022CAB22

BTS3900A Cabinet(Ver.D, 220V AC)

Outdoor cabinets for stacked installation at a BTS3900A site supplied with 110V DC power. This package contains an APM30 and an RFC.

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required.

In 110 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

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Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P011CAB23

BTS3900A Cabinet(Ver.D, 110V AC)

Outdoor cabinets for stacked installation at a BTS3900A site supplied with 110V DC power. This package contains an APM30 and an RFC.

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required.

In 110 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

WD2P048CAB24

BTS3900A Cabinet(Ver.D, -48V DC)

Outdoor cabinets for stacked installation at a BTS3900A site supplied with -48 V DC power. This package contains an APM30 and an RFC.

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required. In -48 V DC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

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Description

Configuration Principle

WD2P048CAB25

BTS3900A Cabinet(Ver.D, -48V DC)

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured.

In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required. In -48 V DC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of two outdoor macro cabinets. The two cabinets include one APM30 and one RFC, which support triple modes.

WD2B226RFU11

BTS3900A RFU Cabinet (Ver.D, -48V DC)

Outdoor macro cabinet housing RFUs for a BTS3900A site

When high-power RFUs are used, this item must be configured. This item is configured when an RFU cabinet is required. In a newly deployed site, this item needs to be configured if high-power RRUs are required.

4.1.3 BTS3900L Configuration

This section describes the principles for configuring the cabinets, BBUs, and RF modules at a BTS3900L site.

BTS3900L configuration principles

The following table lists the BTS3900L configuration principles.

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Table 4-5 BTS3900L configuration principles

Single/Dual/

Maximum

Maximu

Maximum Number

Description

Triple-Mode

Number

m

of RF Modules

Base Station

of

Number

Cabinets

of BBUs

Single- or

dual-mode

 

1

  • 1 If only RFUs are

l

-

configured, a

base station

maximum of 12 RFUs are supported.

   

l

If RFUs and RRUs are configured, a maximum of 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs are supported.

Separate-MPT

 

2

  • 1 If only RFUs are

l

For high-power RRUs,

triple-mode

configured, a

see2 Changes in 3900

base station

maximum of 12

Series Base Station

RFUs are supported.

Configuration Principle (Global).

   

l

If RFUs and RRUs need to be configured:

A BTS3900L site that uses Ver.B or Ver.C cabinets supports a maximum of 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs. A BTS3900L site that uses Ver.D cabinets supports a maximum of 12 RFUs, 6 high- power RRUs, and 3 low-power RRUs.

Co-MPT

 

1

  • 1 If only RFUs are

l

-

triple-mode

configured, a

base station

maximum of 12 RFUs are supported.

   

l

If RFUs and RRUs are configured, a maximum of 12 RFUs and 6 RRUs are supported.

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NOTE

  • l If the MRFUd, WRFUd, WRFUe, or MRFUe is configured, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

  • l If RFUs and RRUs are configured and the RRUs are of high power, a Ver.C or Ver.D cabinet must be used.

BTS3900L Configuration List

The following table lists BTS3900L cabinets and their internal devices.

Table 4-6 Configuration list

Model

Counter Description

Function

WD2B48RACK01

BTS3900L Cabinet (DC -48V)

-48 V DC BTS3900L (Ver.B) indoor macro cabinet, which houses BBUs and RFUs and

applies to the 220 V AC or

  • 110 V AC scenarios with or

without backup power.

WD2B48RACK04

BTS3900L Cabinet (Ver.C, DC

-48 V DC BTS3900L (Ver.C)

-48V)

indoor macro cabinet, which

houses BBUs and RFUs and applies to the 220 V AC or

  • 110 V AC scenarios with or

without backup power.

WD2P048CABL1

BTS3900L Cabinet (Ver.D, DC

-48 V DC BTS3900L

-48V)

(Ver.D) indoor macro

cabinet, which houses BBUs and RFUs and applies to the

  • 220 V AC scenarios with

backup power and 110 V AC

scenarios with or without backup power.

WD2P220CAB01

BTS3900L Cabinet (Ver.D,

  • 220 V AC BTS3900L

220VAC)

(Ver.D) indoor macro base station, which consists of a BTS3900L cabinet stacked on an IMS06. It houses the EPU05A, BBUs, and RFUs. It is supported from SRAN6.0 onwards.

WD2M048BBU01

BBU Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUc. The UPEUc can provide 360 W power.

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Model

Counter Description

Function

WD2M3910BBU0

BBU3910 Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUd and FANd. The UPEUd can provide 650 W power.

4.1.4 BTS3900AL Configuration

This section describes the principles for configuring the cabinets, BBUs, and RF modules at a BTS3900AL site.

BTS3900AL configuration principles

The following table lists the BTS3900AL configuration principles.

Table 4-7 BTS3900AL configuration principles

Single/

Maximu

Maxim

Maximum Number of

Description

Dual/

m

um

RF Modules

Triple-

Number

Numbe

Mode

of

r of

Base

Cabinet

BBUs

Station

s

Single- or

A

1

If only RFUs are

For high-power RRUs,

dual-mode

maximu

configured, a maximum

see2 Changes in 3900

base station

m

of two

of 18 RFUs are

Series Base Station

BTS3900

supported.

Configuration Principle

AL

If RFUs and RRUs are

(Global).

cabinets

(1

configured, a maximum of 9 RFUs and 9 RRUs

BTS3900

AL AC

are supported.

Separate-

cabinet+1

2

If only RFUs are

MPT triple-

BTS3900

configured, a maximum

mode base

AL DC

of 18 RFUs are

station

cabinet)

supported.

If RFUs and RRUs are configured, a maximum of 9 RFUs and 12 RRUs are supported.

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Single/

Maximu

Maxim

Maximum Number of

Description

Dual/

m

um

RF Modules

Triple-

Number

Numbe

Mode

of

r of

Base

Cabinet

BBUs

Station

s

Co-MPT

 

1

If only RFUs are

 

triple-mode

configured, a maximum

base station

of 18 RFUs are supported.

If RFUs and RRUs are configured, a maximum of 9 RFUs and 9 RRUs are supported.

NOTE

NOTE

If a site is configured with two BTS3900AL cabinets. the two cabinets must be installed side by side with the BTS3900AL DC cabinet on the right.

BTS3900AL Configuration List

The following table lists BTS3900AL cabinets and their internal devices.

Table 4-8 Configuration list

Model

Counter Description

Function

WD2P048BBU00

BBU Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUc. The UPEUc can provide 360 W power.

WD2P3910BBU0

BBU3910 Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUd and FANd. The UPEUd can provide 650 W power.

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Model

Counter Description

Function

WD5P0ACCAB00

BTS3900AL Cabinet (AC

BTS3900AL 220 V/110 V

220V/110V)

outdoor cabinet

In 220 V AC or 110 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of one AC outdoor macro cabinet and one DC outdoor macro cabinet.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

Each cabinet is configured with a maximum of 9 RFUs and 2 BBUs.

WD5P0ACCAB01

BTS3900AL Cabinet (AC

BTS3900AL 220 V/110 V

220V/110V)

outdoor cabinet, used in cold areas

In 220 V AC or 110 V AC scenarios, a site supports a maximum of one AC outdoor macro cabinet and one DC outdoor macro cabinet.

By default, this item contains two PSUs (AC/DC). When the total power consumption of a single cabinet is greater than 2900 W, an additional PSU (AC/DC) is required.

Each cabinet is configured with a maximum of 9 RFUs and 2 BBUs.

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Counter Description

Function

WD5P0DCCAB00

BTS3900AL Cabinet (DC

BTS3900AL -48 V DC

-48V)

outdoor cabinet

When a site is configured with more than 9 RFUs, one BTS3900AL AC cabinet and one BTS3900AL DC cabinet or two BTS3900AL DC cabinets can be configured to support a maximum of 18 RFUs. The DC cabinet is powered by the AC cabinet.

Each cabinet is configured with a maximum of 9 RFUs.

WD5P0DCCAB01

BTS3900AL Cabinet (DC

BTS3900AL -48 V DC

-48V)

outdoor cabinet, used in cold areas

When a site is configured with more than 9 RFUs, one BTS3900AL AC cabinet and one BTS3900AL DC cabinet or two BTS3900AL DC cabinets can be configured to support a maximum of 18 RFUs. The DC cabinet is powered by the AC cabinet.

Each cabinet is configured with a maximum of 9 RFUs.

4.1.5 DBS3900 Configurations

The OMB cabinet is an outdoor power cabinet and provides no backup power. It is used for the DBS3900 and cannot be configured with an APM30 series power cabinet.

OMB Configurations

The following table lists the cabinets used by the OMB and their components.

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Table 4-9 Configuration list

External Model

Description

Function

QWMB0OMBAC00

OMB Cabinet (Ver.C, 220/110 V AC)

This is an OMB (Ver.C) cabinet supplied with 220 V AC single-phase or 110 V AC dual-live-wire power. Each cabinet supports a maximum of six RRUs and one BBU. Each site can be configured with a maximum of one cabinet.

QWMB0OMBDC00

OMB Cabinet (Ver.C, -48 V DC)

This is an OMB (Ver.C) cabinet supplied with -48 V DC power. Each cabinet supports a maximum of six RRUs and one BBU. Each site can be configured with a maximum of one cabinet.

WD2MR4850G00

PSU Module (AC/DC)

This is a power supply module.

One PSU is configured when the OMB (Ver.C) AC cabinet uses four to six DC RRUs.

4.1.6 BTS3900C Configuration

This section describes the principles for configuring the cabinets, BBUs, and RF modules at a BTS3900C site.

BTS3900C Configuration Principles

The following table lists the BTS3900C configuration principles.

Table 4-10 BTS3900C configuration principles

Cabinet

Maximum

RF Module

Remarks

Configuration

Number of

Configuratio

BBUs

n

BTS3900C

1

Only one RRU

It applies to a single- or multi-

(Ver.C), consisting of an OMB (Ver.C) and an RRU subrack

can be configured.

mode base station.

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BTS3900C Configuration List

The following table lists the cabinets used by the BTS3900C and their internal devices.

Table 4-11 Configuration list

Model

Description

Function

QWMB0OMBAC00

OMB Cabinet (Ver.C, 220/110V AC)

OMB (Ver.C) supplied with 220 V AC single-phase or 110 V AC dual-live-wire power

QWMB0OMBDC00

OMB Cabinet (Ver.C, -48V DC)

OMB (Ver.C) supplied with -48 V DC power

WD2M048BBU01

BBU Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUc. The UPEUc can provide 360 W power.

WD2M3910BBU0

BBU3910 Box

Baseband unit for housing baseband processing units, containing one UPEUd and FANd. The UPEUd can provide 650 W power.

4.1.7 Cabinet Upgrade Configuration

The cabinet upgrade solution aims to replace components in a cabinet whose version is earlier than Ver.D with components designed for a Ver.D cabinet so that the restructured cabinet has the same capabilities of power supply, power distribution, and heat dissipation as a Ver.D cabinet. This solution facilitates the evolution to SingleRAN.

BTS3900

The following table lists the configuration of BTS3900 cabinet upgrade packages.

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Table 4-12 BTS3900 cabinet upgrade packages

Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B00AD

BTS3900

This

2

  • l Optional.

4800

Cabinet

package is

  • l When a BTS3900 (Ver.A)

Upgrade

used to

cabinet supplied with -48 V

Package

upgrade a

power is to be upgraded, one

(Ver.A to

BTS3900

package is configured for the

Ver.D,

(Ver.A)

cabinet.

-48VDC)

cabinet to a

BTS3900

  • l The configured package

(Ver.D) cabinet in -48 V DC scenarios.

includes all materials required during the BTS3900 cabinet upgrade, such as the DCDU and fans.

WD2B00BD

BTS3900

This

2

  • l Optional.

4800

Cabinet

package is

  • l When a BTS3900 (Ver.B)

Upgrade

used to

cabinet supplied with -48 V

Package

upgrade a

power is to be upgraded, one

(Ver.B to

BTS3900

package is configured for the

Ver.D,

(Ver.B)

cabinet.

-48VDC)

cabinet to a

BTS3900

  • l The configured package

(Ver.D) cabinet in -48 V DC scenarios.

includes all materials required during the BTS3900 cabinet upgrade, such as the DCDU and fans.

BTS3900L

The following table lists the configuration of BTS3900L cabinet upgrade packages.

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BTS3900A

Table 4-13 BTS3900L cabinet upgrade packages

Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B0LBD

BTS3900L

This

1

  • l Optional.

4800

Cabinet

package is

  • l When a BTS3900L (Ver.B)

Upgrade

used to

cabinet supplied with -48 V

Package

upgrade a

power is to be upgraded, one

(Ver.B to

BTS3900L

package is configured for the

Ver.D,

(Ver.B)

cabinet.

-48VDC)

cabinet to a

BTS3900L

  • l The configured package

(Ver.D) cabinet in -48 V DC scenarios.

includes all materials required during the BTS3900L cabinet upgrade, such as the DCDU and fans.

The following table lists the configuration of BTS3900A cabinet upgrade packages.

The battery cabinet for the original base station also needs to be upgraded. For details about the configuration of battery cabinet upgrade packages, see related APM30 configuration manuals.

Table 4-14 BTS3900A (Ver.A) cabinet upgrade packages

 

Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B220A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 301)

Upgrade

used to

at a 220 V AC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.1 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 301)

is configured for the cabinet.

220VAC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

APM30

(Ver.D) at a 220 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade, such as the cabinet door, AC/

BTS3900A

DC system, fans, two PSUs,

site.

and one PMU. If more than two PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

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Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B110A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 301)

Upgrade

used to

at a 110 V AC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.1 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 301)

is configured for the cabinet.

110VAC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required such as the cabinet door, AC/

BTS3900A)

APM30

(Ver.D) at a 110 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

site.

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

WD2BA48A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 301)

Upgrade

used to

at a -48 V DC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.1 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 301)

is configured for the cabinet.

-48VDC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required such as the cabinet door, AC/

TMC11H,

APM30

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a -48 V DC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

  • DC system, and fans.

site.

WD2B220A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D02

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 302)

Upgrade

used to

at a 220 V AC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.2 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 302)

is configured for the cabinet.

220VAC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

APM30

(Ver.D) at a 220 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade, such as the cabinet door, AC/

BTS3900A

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

site.

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

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Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B110A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D02

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 302)

Upgrade

used to

at a 110 V AC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.2 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 302)

is configured for the cabinet.

110VAC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required such as the cabinet door, AC/

BTS3900A)

APM30

(Ver.D) at a 110 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

site.

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

WD2BA48A

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D02

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.A 302)

Upgrade

used to

at a -48 V DC BTS3900A site

Package

upgrade an

is to be upgraded, one package

(Ver.A.2 to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.A 302)

is configured for the cabinet.

-48VDC,

to an

  • l The configured package includes all materials required such as the cabinet door, AC/

TMC11H,

APM30

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a -48 V DC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

  • DC system, and fans.

site.

WD2BR48A

BTS3900A

This

BTS3900A

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

RFU

package is

  • l When an RFC (Ver.A) at a -48

Cabinet

used to

Upgrade

upgrade an

V DC BTS3900A site is to be upgraded, one package is

Package

RFC

configured for the cabinet.

(Ver.A to

Ver.D,

(Ver.A) to an RFC

  • l The configured package

-48VDC)

(Ver.D) at a

includes all materials required

-48 V DC

during the RFC upgrade, such as the DCDU and fans.

site.

3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

4 Version Difference

Table 4-15 BTS3900A (Ver.B) cabinet upgrade packages

Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B220B2

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.B) at a

Upgrade

used to

220 V AC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.B to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.B) to an

configured for the cabinet.

220VAC,

APM30

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a 220 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

WD2B110B2

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.B) at a

Upgrade

used to

110 V AC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.B to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.B) to an

configured for the cabinet.

110VAC,

APM30

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a 110 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

WD2BN48B

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.B) at a

Upgrade

used to

-48 V DC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.B to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.B) to an

configured for the cabinet.

-48VDC,

APM30

  • l The configured package

TMC11H,

(Ver.D) at a

includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

-48 V DC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

  • DC system, and fans.

3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

4 Version Difference

Model

Descriptio

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

n

mum

Quant

ity

WD2BR48B

BTS3900A

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

RFU

package is

  • l When an RFC (Ver.B) at a -48

Cabinet

used to

Upgrade

upgrade an

V DC BTS3900A site is to be upgraded, one package is

Package

RFC (Ver.B)

configured for the cabinet.

(Ver.B to

Ver.D,

to an RFC (Ver.D) at a

  • l The configured package

-48VDC)

-48 V DC

includes all materials required

BTS3900A

during the RFC upgrade, such

site.

as the DCDU and fans.

Table 4-16 BTS3900A (Ver.C) cabinet upgrade packages

 

Model

 

Description

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

 

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B220C

 

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.C) at a

Upgrade

used to

220 V AC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.C to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.C) to an

configured for the cabinet.

220VAC,

APM30

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a 220 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

 

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

DC system, fans, two PSUs, and one PMU. If more than two PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles (Global)

4 Version Difference

Model

Description

Function

Maxi

Configuration Principle

mum

Quant

ity

WD2B110C

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.C) at a

Upgrade

used to

110 V AC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.C to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.C) to an

configured for the cabinet.

110VAC,

APM30

  • l The configured package includes all materials required

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a 110 V AC

during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

  • DC system, fans, two PSUs,

and one PMU. If more than two

PSUs are required, extra PSUs must be quoted.

WD2BC48

APM30H

This

2

  • l Optional.

C2D00

Cabinet

package is

  • l When an APM30 (Ver.C) at a

Upgrade

used to

-48 V DC BTS3900A site is to

Package

upgrade an

be upgraded, one package is

(Ver.C to

Ver.D,

APM30

(Ver.C) to an

configured for the cabinet.

-48VDC,

APM30

  • l The configured package

TMC11H,

BTS3900A)

(Ver.D) at a -48 V DC

includes all materials required during the APM30 upgrade,

BTS3900A

such as the cabinet door, AC/

site.

  • DC system, and fans.

WD2BR48

BTS3900A

This

BTS3900A

2

  • l Optional.

C2D00

RFU Cabinet

package is

  • l When an RFC (Ver.C) at a -48

Upgrade

used to

V DC BTS3900A site is to be

Package

upgrade an

upgraded, one package is