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UMTS Network Design Overview

LWS UMTS Network Design Team

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Agenda

Cingular UMTS Network Arch & Markets Detailed Design Process Overview About the NDER Questionnaire Pre-requisites for Detailed Design start Design Outputs CNDD Sections Backup

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Selective Router E911

Lucent UMTS Core Components in UMTS Contract


HLR/ AuC CAMEL SCP

MF CAMA

BMD GMLC

GSM-MSC
MAP CAP
FTP data

OMC-CN
MAP

EMS

LEC/IXC
ISUP

OMC-UPS

MSC Call Server


CALEA IP Core uMGW
KEY
IuCS (RANAP) IuPS

GGSN 3G SGSN

VMS
Voice Mail

TDM

pMGW

LMRS
IP signal bearer

3G-MSC

CWS Lucent

RNC

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Node B

Cingular UMTS markets


Core Marke t Launch Date Launch MSC & LMRS 200K 400K 700K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pMGW 2K 8K 15K 1 1 1 1 1 1 uMGW 2K 5K 13K 1 SGSN 600K 1 RNC Medium 4 2 1 2 2 1 3 4Q2005 2Q2006 3Q2007 NodeB WEST Se attle /Tacoma, Washington Portland, Oregon Salt Lake City, Utah Phoe nix, Ariz ona Las Vegas, Nevada T ucson, Arizona De nve r, C olorado NORTHEAST Baltimore , Maryland/ Washington DC NY - Roche lle Park NY - Manhattan NY - New Hyde Park NY - White Plains Norristown, PA Philade lphia, PA Wilmington, DE NE PA - Wilke s Barre NE PA - Allentown NE PA - Harrisburg CENTRAL Columbus Cincinnati Dayton Cle ve land T oledo Akron Minne apolis De troit & Flint Grand Rapids St Louis Kansas City Nov-05 Nov-05 Nov-05 Nov-05 Nov-05 Jun-06 Aug-06 374 147 104 243 190 664 177 162 324 218 89 359 825 177 162 324 218 89 359

Nov-05 May-06 May-06 May-06 May-06 Aug-06 Aug-06 Aug-06 Oct-06 Oct-06 Oct-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06 Jun-06

1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1 1

5 2 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 3 2

364 138 354 43 144

634

664

1328

1578

200 240 18 58 18 18 151 88 42 315 62 146 192 220 45 245 124

400 338 64 58 45 53 151 146 42 330 62 146 192 263 45 278 146

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

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2006 UMTS markets

Minneapolis

North East region


Grand Rapids Detroit Manhattan White Plains

Central region West region


Denver Kansas City Saint Louis

Rochelle Park Toledo Cleveland Wilkes-Barre Akron Allentown Harrisburg Columbus Norristown Cincinnati

New Hyde Park

Philadelphia New Castle

Tucson

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Design Process (at 10,000 ft level)


Traffic, Services & Features Requirements

Customer

High Level Design CNDD

HLD

Network Design & Engineering CNDD* Tools Methods

Design details
(NDP Templates)

Procedures

Implementation Teams

The Design service is delivered by the Wireless Network Design team (L. Johnson Dept.)
*Customer signoff
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The UMTS Design Team


Organizationally John Meyer Nick De Tura Denise Palombo Linwood Johnson

Darlene Shaw

Functionally - Lead Design Engineer - Market Leads - Functional Leads


IP ATM UTRAN Core Packet Core Circuit

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Network Design Overview


Primary phases Data

Collection

Requirements collection & validation via NDER

Develop Network Design document (CNDD) and provisioning output (NDPs)

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UMTS Detailed Design Process


Data Collection Phase Detailed Design Phase

CINGULAR

~ 2 weeks
Provide detailed requirements via NDER * Sign off on * NDER (Detailed Design Q) *

Kickoff Detailed Design meeting Review NDER responses Product documentation Generate IP, ATM, MSC, SGSN & UTRAN NDP data Complete Detailed Design Document (CNDD)

Review CNDD

~ 1 week

Update CNDD based on review comments

LUCENT

Complete High Level network design Complete RF Design (Lucent RF team)

Network architecture

Tools Generate NDP scripts (UTRAN*, MSC) * Sign off on CNDD *

RF Design

Network Design Complete ~ 4-5 weeks

Integration start

* UTRAN NDP scripts may be delivered in 2 iterations: 1 with just Toy cells & the next batch with the launch NodeBs Lucent Technologies Proprietary 9 Use pursuant to company instruction

NDP flow
Cell to RNC Homing (CW) NDER NW Design (CW)

IP NDP AREA PLAN

BOM/Cell Configuration (PMs)

Final RF Design (CW)

RF NDP Template (Lucent RF)

ATM NDP UTRAN NDP Template

UTRAN NDP Scripts


RNC Adds Cell Adds OMC-UPS

NDP Project Database


2/19/2006 Subtitle

CORE NDP Files


LSS MGW SGSN

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NDER Overview
The NDER (Network Design & Engineering Requirements) is an MS-Excel based questionnaire used to collect data on: Topology of the Network Market-specific UMTS parameters that need to be provisioned in the various Network Elements The NDER is completed by the Cingular Market teams involved in the planning, design, integration, provisioning and operations of the new UMTS equipment (& market) The completed questionnaire acts as one of the key inputs for the Lucent Network Design engineers working on the design for that specific market
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NDER Layout
General/Misc sections:
Coversheet Document Revision History NDER Instructions Timeline Lucent & Cingular Contact List Action Item Register NDER Sign-off 3GPP Reference Architecture

Network Design sections:


Topology Diagram High Level Architecture Node B List RF Design MSC, Dial Plan & TG Parameters IRAT IP Subnets SS7 Network Timing and DACS connectivity Physical Connectivity

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Getting started with the Detailed Design


The following items have to be available to START the design activity:
9 Finalized High Level Arch (i.e. Network Architecture Diagram including all ATM/IP connectivity, locations etc) 9 Final Node B list, Lat/Long 9 Node B to RNC Homing 9 IP address ranges 9 Slot/Row/Port terminations on ATM transport equipment for all ATM connections, + IMA Group Id for OC3/IMA connections (not collected via NDER) 9 Physical Connectivity tables
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Detailed Design Outputs


- The Detailed Network Design provides the UMTS network design and provisioning output in a deliverable called the Customer Network Design Document (CNDD)
Includes the Network Database Provisioning (NDP)

output/templates attached in the Appendix section

- NDP files:

NodeB Area Plan IP Design ATM Transport design SGSN (Packet) Core CS (including uMGW NDP) UTRAN

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CNDD Sections
Executive Summary Network Design Inputs Network Overview ATM Design UTRAN Design Also includes physical Core Packet Design equipment descriptions Core Circuit Design IP Design Signaling Design Regulatory Services OA&M design Appendix (with all NDPs)
for an example of a CNDD document, visit http://quickplace.web.lucent.com/cing2005, Click on Baseline
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Backup Material

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Sample Network Architecture diagram

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NDER: Physical Connectivity


- This tab asks for a few details about the T1 and
OC3/OC3c facilities used in the market
- Weve provided the default applicable values in the Comments column

- The Physical Connectivity excel file is a separate file


that has to be completed by Lucent and Cingular
Required before start of Installation
Must specify patch panel assignments from each port/slot across the various NEs

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More on the Physical Connectivity file..


One file per MTSO Lucent populates:
- Traffic Type - Element Id - Slot, Port, Type, Connector,
Active/Protect/Standby

Cingular provides:
- Cingular equip side of the LGX, RJ45,
DSX patch panel and/or DACS assignments - Cingular Element Id - Slot, Port #
Sample Phy Conn table

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Flexent UMTS RNC Frame Layout

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SGSN Physical Detail


Circuit Breakers & FIP Cajun P333R Cajun P333R 3 T1/E1 1 GP 1 TP7 TP5 SP3 3
Disk

SGSN Application B Gn, Gp A TP 15 13 TP CP7


RAN-GTP-U (Iu-ps data)

Ga, CGF Ga,LIG OAM

TP 11 TP9 CP5

1
Disk

5
Disk

7
Disk

F OU N D R Y
N ET W O R KS

Netiron 1500
BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR BZGMR

SG Application

BZGMR

BZGMR

Management w 8 Fiber GbE Management w 8 Fiber GbE

ATM 6 ATM 5 ATM 4 ATM 3 ATM 2 ATM 1 100/1000 Ethernet 1

100/1000 Ethernet 2

Alarm Card

Alarm Card

Alarm Card

Alarm Card

ATM

RAN-GTP-C (Iu-ps control) SS7 (Gr, Gd)

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

4 T1/E1 2 2 GP
ATM

Active

Active

Active

Active

Active

Active

Active

Active

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

Pwr

TP8 TP6 SP4

TP 12 10 TP CP 6

TP 16 14 TP CP 8

2
Disk Alarm Card

4
Disk Alarm Card

6
Disk Alarm Card

8
Disk Alarm Card

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t gm M

t gm M

t m g M

t m g M

t m g M

AP

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

SGSN Cabinet

1000Base-SX

SGSN Router
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3G MSC layout
CBU

ENET HUB - 010

Call Server

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LMRS
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