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Revision History
Product Version
ZXSDR V12.12.40B4.
ZXSDR V12.12.40P55

Document Version

Serial Number

Reason for Revision

1.0

First published

1.2

The Plan template is


changed, and the
instructions for some
fields are updated.

Author
Date
2012-12-28

2012-07-01
2014-02-28

Document Version

Prepared
by

Reviewed by

Approved by

1.0

Ma
Chunxin

He Yijun

Chen Taiming

1.1

Ma Chunxi
n, Zhao Ya
nghao

He Yijun

Chen Taiming

1.2

Ma
Chunxin

He Yijun

Chen Taiming

Intended audience: Base station commissioning staff

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About This Document


Summary
Chapter

Description

1 Plan Template

It gives a simple introduction to the Plan Template.

2 Plan Template Filling


Specifications

It describes the specifications for filling in the Plan Template.

3 Data Import and Export Functions

It describes the data import and export functions.

4 Explanation of Common
Operations

It gives the explanation of some common operations.

5 Examples of Data Configuration

It gives some examples on data configuration procedure.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
1.1
1.2
1.3

Plan Template...................................................................................................1
Plan Template....................................................................................................1
Template Acquisition Path..................................................................................1
Description of Template Format.........................................................................2

2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.2
2.2.1
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2

Plan Template Filling Specifications..............................................................4


Ground Plan Template Filling Specifications......................................................4
Basic Parameters...............................................................................................
Equipment Parameters......................................................................................
Transmission Parameters................................................................................
Wireless Plan Template Filling Specifications..................................................29
Description of the Sheets.................................................................................
GSM Wireless Plan Template Filling Specifications.........................................33
RU (GSM) Sheet..............................................................................................
GSM Carrier Sheet..........................................................................................

3
3.1
3.2
3.3

Data Import and Export Functions...............................................................37


Notices in Operation........................................................................................37
Planning Data Import.......................................................................................38
Planning Data Export.......................................................................................39

4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2

Explanation of Common Operations............................................................42


Examples of Configuration Scenario................................................................42
Adding BPC Board...........................................................................................
E1 Capacity Expansion/Reduction...................................................................
Batch Configuration Data Modification.............................................................
Snapshot Area Data Recovery.........................................................................
Acquisition of LMT Configuration File...............................................................51

Examples of Data Configuration...................................................................54

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FIGURES
Figure 1-1 Generate Template................................................................................................1
Figure 1-2 Template Storage Path..........................................................................................2
Figure 3-1 Planning Data Import...........................................................................................38
Figure 3-2 Set the Path of Plan Templates...........................................................................38
Figure 3-3 View Log File.......................................................................................................39
Figure 3-4 Planning Data Export...........................................................................................39
Figure 3-5 Planning Data Export Window.............................................................................40
Figure 3-6 Data Type............................................................................................................40
Figure 3-7 File Path..............................................................................................................41
Figure 4-1 Add BPC Board...................................................................................................42
Figure 4-2 Import Data to OMC............................................................................................43
Figure 4-3 Data Synchronization..........................................................................................44
Figure 4-4 Incremental Synchronization...............................................................................45
Figure 4-5 Planning Data Export...........................................................................................46
Figure 4-6 Export PLAT Data................................................................................................47
Figure 4-7 Modification to the Transmission Sheet...............................................................47
Figure 4-8 Modification to Parameters in the PhyLayerport Sheet......................................47
Figure 4-9 Batch Configuration Data Modification.................................................................48
Figure 4-10 Batch NEs Operation........................................................................................50
Figure 4-11 Copy Snapshot Area Data to Modify Data..........................................................51
Figure 4-12 Data Synchronization........................................................................................52
Figure 4-13 Only Generate File............................................................................................53

TABLES
Table 2-1 Instructions on Filling in Sheets in Ground Plan Template.......................................4
Table 2-2 The ManagedElement Sheet...................................................................................6
Table 2-3 The IpClock Sheet...................................................................................................9
Table 2-4 The Clock Sheet....................................................................................................10
Table 2-5 The RU Sheet.......................................................................................................12

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Table 2-6 The PA Sheet........................................................................................................15


Table 2-7 The FCE Sheet.....................................................................................................16
Table 2-8 The AISG Sheet....................................................................................................18
Table 2-9 The PowerOutlet Sheet.........................................................................................19
Table 2-10 The Epm Sheet...................................................................................................21
Table 2-11 The FiberCable Sheet.........................................................................................22
Table 2-12 The RfCable Sheet..............................................................................................22
Table 2-13 Transmission.......................................................................................................23
Table 2-14 The PhyLayerPort Sheet.....................................................................................24
Table 2-15 The EthernetLink Sheet.......................................................................................25
Table 2-16 The HDLC Sheet.................................................................................................25
Table 2-17 The PPP Sheet...................................................................................................25
Table 2-18 The IpLayerConfig Sheet....................................................................................26
Table 2-19 The Sctp Sheet...................................................................................................27
Table 2-20 The ItfUniBts Sheet.............................................................................................28
Table 2-21 The ServiceMap Sheet........................................................................................29
Table 2-22 Description of Sheets in UMTS Wireless Plan Template.....................................29
Table 2-23 The UMTS Radio Sheet......................................................................................30
Table 2-24 UMTS Sector......................................................................................................30
Table 2-25 UMTSLocal Cell..................................................................................................31
Table 2-26 ULocalCellRelation..............................................................................................33
Table 2-27 Description of Sheets in GSM Wireless Plan Template.......................................33
Table 2-28 RU(GSM) Sheet..................................................................................................34
Table 2-29 GSM Carrier Sheet..............................................................................................36

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Plan Template

1.1

Plan Template
The Plan Template consists of the Ground Plan template and Wireless Plan template.
Different modes of products share the same Ground Plan template, but each mode has
a different Wireless Plan template. Therefore, for multi-mode sites, it is necessary to fill
in a Ground Plan template and several Wireless Plan templates.
Since the Ground Plan template supports multi-scenario and multi-mode, it consists of
many sheets, which are complicated to fill in. Starting from V12.12.40P55, we can select
the template according to the network mode, transmission, and scenario. When the
template is acquired, first open the Choose sheet, select the network mode,
transmission type, and special scene based on the field requirement, and click the
Generate Template button. The unwanted irrelevant sheets will are automatically
hidden, which makes the template look simple and convenient for fill-in.

Figure 1-1 Generate Template

1.2

Template Acquisition Path


1.

All
the
Plan
Templates
are
saved
in
the
template
of
the
ZXSDR_OMMB_Tools_V12.12.40 version package, as shown in Figure 1 -2.
OSS_PLAT_CM_Ground_Plan.xls is the Ground Plan Template, and others are
the Wireless Plan Templates of different modes, such as GSM, LET FDD, LTE
TDD, TDS, and UMTS.

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Figure 1-2 Template Storage Path

2.

1.3

The Ground Plan Templates and Wireless Plan Templates of the existing sites can
also be exported from the OMMB of the same version. Refer to Chapter 3.3
Planning Data Export for details.

Description of Template Format


1.

Conventions of Table Header


The first row is the database name. Do not modify this row. Otherwise, the data in
the Plan Template will fail to be imported.
The second row is the field name displayed on OMM.
The third row gives the description about the value range of a field.
The fourth row is the specifications, restrictions, and examples of the field data
configuration.
The fifth row provides the attributes of a field: whether the field is Primary Key,
whether it can be modified (W), and whether it is required to be filled in (I).
The configuration data of each site starts from the sixth row.

2.

Conventions of Sheet Arrangement


The first sheet is the TemplateInfo sheet. It contains the description of the
template imported and cannot be modified.
The second sheet is the Index sheet. It provides the functions of different sheets.

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The sheets from the third sheet contain the data to be imported. The names and
order of the sheets cannot be changed.
3.

Description of Operators
A (ADD): Add a new record.
M (MODIFY): Modify the record.
D (DELETE): Delete the record.
P (PASS): Do not perform any operation to the record of this row.

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Plan Template Filling Specifications


This Guide is based on the Plan Template released with V12.12.40B4.The Plan
Template of different versions may be a little different in the parameters, but the filling
method is almost the same.

2.1

Ground Plan Template Filling Specifications


The Ground Plan template has 39 sheets. Some of the sheets do not need to be filled in
some scenarios. This Guide introduces the GU related sheets. The specifications of
filling in the sheets are detailed in the following sections.

Table 2-1 Instructions on Filling in Sheets in Ground Plan Template


No.

Description

Managed Network
Element

Managed Element sheet: The NE here refers


to SDR base station. It involves subnetwork and
NE.NE parameters: NE Name,
ManagedElement ID, NE Type, External IP, NE
Version, Longitude, and Latitude.

Cabinet

This sheet is used to configure the data of the


slave cabinet. The primary cabinet and the
auxiliary cabinet are not configured in this
sheet, because the primary cabinet has been
created with the creation of NE. Currently, the
auxiliary cabinet is used to put FCE board.
When FCE is created, the auxiliary cabinet is
created together.

Equipment

This sheet provides the configuration


information of the board on the main rack of
BBU.

Time Device

This sheet contains the Time Device, Time


Zone, and NTP Server IP Address parameters.

IpClock

This sheet is about the 1588 clock


configuration. If master/slave configuration is
used, each site should be configured with two or
more records.

Clock

This sheet provides the configuration of clock


reference source and the configuration of
related parameters when GNSS reference
source is selected. If 1588 clock reference
source is selected, IpClock must be configured
before the configuration of Clock.

RU

Sheet Name

This sheet is about the configuration of RU


device, including RRU and RSU related

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Description
information.

Fiber Device

Optical port device. When the board of RU,


BPL, FS, or BBU is created, the related
information of the optical port device is created
together. The value of the parameter is the
default value. If the default value is not
consistent with the actual value, modify it
through this sheet. Therefore, only the M
operation can be performed in this sheet,
including Optical Port Module, Protocol Type of
Optical Module, FS Optical Module Type, etc.

PA

It is the power amplifier of RU device. PA


related information has been created with the
creation of RU, BPL, or FS. Use the default
value of the parameter. If the default value is not
consistent with the actual value, modify it
through this sheet. Therefore, only the M
operation can be performed in this sheet,
including Radio Mode, Dual Mode Working
Mode, etc.

10

FCE

It is the fan control and environment monitoring


board. The FCEs of the primary cabinet,
auxiliary cabinet, and slave cabinet are all
configured in this sheet. For the auxiliary
cabinet, it is necessary to fill in the Cabinet No,
and the related records will also be generated in
this process.

11

DryContact

This sheet is about dry contact configuration.


Currently, there is dry contact on SA, SE, and
FCE.

12

Tma

TMA equipment related parameters

13

AISG

This sheet is about AISG device configuration. It


is an abstract AISG control port. It is used for
RET to control down tilt and for TMA to amplify
signals

14

PowerOutlet

It is about power output configuration. Currently,


power output exists on the TAM board and RU.

15

EPm

Embedded power supply equipment is a device


connected externally.

16

Fiber Cable

Fiber resource. It is about the connection


between BBU and RU and between RUs.

17

RfCable

RF connection and RF feeder resources. It


refers to the connection among RU port,
antenna, and TMA. If the RU port configured is
connected with the antenna, the antEntity
record will be created automatically according
the contents filled in by the user.

18

RfExtendCable

This sheet is used to configure RF extension


cable. It is about the connection between RU
ports.

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Sheet Name

Description

19

Transmission

Overall transmission parameters. The


parameters in this sheet include Transmission
Type, ATM Address, etc. Currently it is only
necessary to fill in this sheet in the GU and the
TDS mode.

20

PhyLayerPort

The physical layer in the IP or the ATM


transmission protocol. Physical layer bearer
includes E1, T1, and Ethernet.

21

Hdlc

HDLC protocol related parameters include


HDLC link No., E1T1 link No., HDLC timeslot,
TSI, etc. This sheet applies only to GU.

22

Ppp

This is the sheet of PPP protocol-related


parameters This sheet applies only to GU.

22

IP Layer Configuration

IP layer parameters configuration.

23

Static Route

Static route parameters configuration.

24

BandwidthResource

This sheet contains bandwidth resource


parameters.

25

SCTP

This sheet is about SCTP parameters


configuration. SCTP protocol provides a stable
and continuous data transfer servers between
two points. It is used in the IP network to
transmit signaling.

28

Itf-UniBTS

OMC channel parameters

29

ServiceMap

This sheet is used to configure the mapping


between service and DSCP.

The sheets of Ground Plan template can be divided into three types, sheets of basic
parameters, sheets of equipment parameters, and sheets of transmission parameters.
The instructions of filling in the data of the functional modules are described in the
following sections.

2.1.1

Basic Parameters

2.1.1.1

ManagedElement
Fill in the basic information of NEs in this sheet, such as External IP, NE Type, NE
version, Longitude, and Latitude.
The filling of this sheet is mandatory. Each NE occupies one row.
Refer to Table 2 -2 for the key parameters.

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Table 2-2 The ManagedElement Sheet


Item

RADIOMODE

Parameter
Name

Radio
Mode

SWVERSION

NE version

RNCID

The home
UMTS RNC
No.

operator

Operator
and PLMN

Value Description

Instructions

1:UMTS{UMTS},
2:GSM{GSM},
4:TD-SCDMA{TDSCDMA},
8:CDMA{CDMA},
16:LTE FDD{LTE FDD},
32:TD-LTE{LTE TDD}
For multi-mode versions,
it is necessary to type in
several figures, which
should be separated by
English character ;, for
example, 4;32. 4;32

The property of this


parameter is W, which
means this parameter
can be modified, but
there is a restriction on
the modification, i.e.,
this parameter can only
be modified when the
radio mode is
expanded, e. g., from
GU to GUL, but not from
GUL to GU or from G to
U.
This parameter should
be modified together
with the SWVERSION
parameter.

NE Version, e.g.,
L_V3.10.01

The property of this


parameter is W, which
means this parameter
can be modified, but
there is a restriction on
the modification, i.e., it
can only be modified in
the mode expansion
scenario.
This parameter should
be modified together
with the RADIOMODE
parameter.
For the configuration
specifications, refer to
the chapter of NE
Compatibility in the
ZXSDR OMMB
V12.12.40P55 Release
Notes.doc in the OMMB
version package. For
example: UniRan
12.3(GU_V4.11.10.08P0
5)

0-65535

This parameter must be


configured correct,
otherwise, the report of
northbound data will be
affected.
It must be configured.
Format: operator name
#mcc#mnc&mcc#mnc
For example: China

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Item

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Instructions
Telecom#460#01

MAINTAINSTATU
S

Maintenanc
e status

2.1.2

Equipment Parameters

2.1.2.1

Cabinet

0: Normal
2: testing
3: configuring
5: FM testing
6: PM testing

For the newlyconstructed site,


configure it to 0: Normal.
Otherwise, after the
transmission is set up,
the link between the
base station and OMMB
cannot be set up
successfully.

This sheet is used to configure the data of the slave cabinet. Each slave cabinet
occupies one row.
The primary cabinet and the auxiliary cabinet are not configured in this sheet,
because the primary cabinet has been created with the creation of NE. Currently,
the auxiliary cabinet is used to place the FCE board. When FCE is created, the
auxiliary cabinet is created together.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.2.2

Equipment
This sheet is used to configure the information of the board on the main rack of BBU. All
slots have been listed in the sheet. It is only necessary to fill in the corresponding slot
according to the actual configuration. The sheet supports 2U and 3U BBU configuration.
Each NE occupies one row. One row represents the board configuration of one main
rack of BBU. Because the main rack cannot be deleted, the data in this sheet does not
support the D operation.
IMPORTANT:
It is necessary to fill in three kinds of information for each slot, i.e., board type, radio
mode, and function mode, which should be separated with English character ;. Refer to
the filling instruction and example in the Equipment" sheet for the detailed format.

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2.1.2.3

TimeDevice
This sheet is used mainly to configure the NTP Server IP Address, NTP Standby Server
IP Address, Time Zone, and Summer Time Start parameters.
Only when the CC board is configured can this sheet be configured.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.2.4

IpClock
This sheet is used to configure 1588 clock server. When the ClockType in the Clock
sheet is 1500 clock, this sheet is required to be filled in.
This sheet supports the configuration of 1588 slave server. The data of the master
server and the slave server occupies one row respectively.
Refer to Table 2 -3 for the key parameters.

Table 2-3 The IpClock Sheet


Item

Parameter Name

Value Description

clockType

1588 Clock Device


Type

1: Ordinary clock
2: Boundary clock
It indicates the 1588 clock device type
adopted by the base station.
The parameter must be configured the
same on the master server and the slave
server.

linkPriority

Link Priority

Value range: 1 32.


Link priority of IP clock

networkProtocol

PTP Network
Protocol

1:IPV4,
2:IPV6,
3: Ethernet

transType

IP Clock
Transmission
Mode

Transmission mode of 1588 clock


packets:
0: Multicast
1: Unicast
2: Hybridcast

syncServerAddr

1588
Synchronization
Server IP Address

This item must be configured for IP 1588


clock reference source. This attribute is
valid only when Ethernet transmission is
used.

Used IP Layer
Configuration by
1588 IPClock

It is the IP link used to configure UDP


link.
The planning data import process

refIpLayerConfig

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Item

Parameter Name

Value Description
automatically creates the UDP link of
1588 clock according to the IP link.
The value of this parameter is from the
ipNo field in the IpLayerConfig sheet.
Therefore, it is required that the ipNo
field has been configured.
The Ethernet bearer link and the UDP
link are mutually exclusive. This
parameter is mutual exclusive with the
refEthernetLink field. It is only necessary
to fill in one of them.

refEthernetLink

vid

2.1.2.5

Used Ethernet
Link No.

The value of this parameter is from the


ethernetLinkNo field in the
EthernetLink sheet. Therefore, it is
required that the ethernetLinkNo field
has been configured.
The Ethernet link and the UDP link are
mutually exclusive. This parameter is
mutual exclusive with the
refIpLayerConfig field. It is only
necessary to fill in one of them.

VLAN ID

The value of the parameter is from one


of the values of the vlanMembership
field in the EthernetLink sheet.
The value of this parameter should be
the same as the value of a VLAN in the
Ethernet link.

Clock
This sheet is used to configure clock reference source. If clock reference resource is
configured, it is required to fill in this sheet.
One clock reference source occupies one row. One NE can be configured with two or
more clock reference sources of different priority.
Refer to Table 2 -4 for the key parameters.

Table 2-4 The Clock Sheet


Item

clockSyncMode
clockType

10

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Clock
Synchronization
Mode

This parameter is used to synchronize


base station and clock reference source.
0: Frequency synchronization
1: Phase synchronization

Clock
Reference

1: Inner GNSS
2: Outer facepanel GNSS

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Item

clockPriority

receiverHardwareType

receiverType

receiverOperatingMode

minStarNum

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Source Type of
Clock Device

3: Outer backpanel GNSS


17: RRU inner GNSS
4: 1PPS+TOD
5: GNSS cascade clock
14: 1PPS+TOD backup
6: BITS-2MHz clock
7: BITS-2Mbps clock
8: Line clock-local board
13:SyncE clock,
10:SyncE+1588 clock},
11:1588{1588}

Clock Priority of
Clock
Reference
Source Type

Value range: 1 8.
This parameter indicates the priority of
clock reference resource.1 refers to the
top priority.

GNSS Receiver
Hardware Type

1: USR1_A
2: Outer compass receiver
3: RGPS
4: UCI_RGPS
5:UCI_COMPASS
If built-in GNSS is used, this parameter is
invalid and does not need to be
configured.
External plane GNSS CDMA: 0,2,3,4;
TDS: 4,5; TDL:4.5
External backplane GNSS value range:
0,4,5

GNSS Receiver
Working Type

1: GPS
2:GLONASS
3:GPS+GLONASS
5: COMPASS
7: COMPASS priority
8: GPS priority
13: Receiver self-adaptive

Receiver
Operating
Mode

This parameter is used to configure the


operating mode of GNSS receiver.
"Survey In" is recommended but "Fixed
Mode" is not recommended.
1: Survey In
2: Fixed Mode
For GU, LTE-FDD, TD-SCDMA, and
LET-TDD, this parameter can be
configured. For other products, this
parameter cannot be configured.

GNSS
Minimum
Number of

long:[1..4]
It indicates the minimum number of
satellites for satellite timing. It is also the

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Item

enableSyncE

isSSM

2.1.2.6

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Search Stars

parameter of satellite alarm threshold


and the default value is 4.

Enable SyncE o
r not

1: Yes,
0: No
This parameter can be configured only
when clockType is SyncE+1588 clock.

Enable SSM

1: Yes
0: No
This parameter can be configured only
when clockType is SyncE+1588 clock
or SyncE clock.
This parameter indicates whether the
clock upload mode is Synchronization
Status Message (SSM).SSM is the
quality level for sending timing signals
through the timing synchronization link in
the synchronization network. The node
clock in the synchronization network
obtains the parent-node clock
information by reading the SSM, and
performs related operations on the clock
of local node, such as tracing and
changeover. Meanwhile the
synchronization message of local node is
sent to the subordinate node.

RU
This sheet is used to configure RU and related information. The filling of this sheet is
mandatory. Each RU occupies one row.
IMPORTANT:
RU falls into RRU and RSU. There are two kinds of RSU configuration: 1. Configure
RSU in the primary cabinet. If the RSU rack has been created during the creation
process of the primary cabinet, configure the RSU directly in this sheet; 2. Configure
RSU in the slave cabinet. It is necessary to create the slave cabinet in the Cabinet sheet
and then configure RSU in this sheet.
Refer to Table 2 -5 for the key parameters.

Table 2-5 The RU Sheet


Item
RUDevice

12

Parameter Name
RU Board, incl.
RRU and RSU

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Value Description
Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo,
The value ranges are:
RackNo: RRU:51..201, RSU:2..50

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Item

Parameter Name

Value Description
ShelfNo: 1
SlotNo: 1
e.g., 51,1,1

radioMode

functionMode

connectModeWithUpRack

diversityMode

rruGnssCableLength

Radio Mode

For multi-mode configuration, the


values need to be separated by
English character ;, for example,
4;32
0:ALL,
1:UMTS,
2:GSM,
4:TD-SCDMA,
8:CDMA,
16:LTE FDD,
32:TD-LTE

Function Mode

Its value is related to the RU type.


0:GSM/LTE FDD Mixed
Mode(Ignore the radio mode of
PA),
1:UMTS Single Mode,
2:GSM Single Mode,
5:LTE-FDD Single-carrier,
1280:LTE-FDD Single Mode,
1281:LTEFDD Two-carrier,
100663297:LTE-IR,
452984833:LTE-IR,
452984841:LTE-IR(IQ
Compressed),
50331653:TD-SCDMA IR,
24:GSM/UMTS Mixed Mode,
26:GSM/LTE FDD Mixed Mode

Uplink Connection
Mode

This parameter indicates the


attributes of RU optical port device
set. It is an optional parameter and
should be configured according to
the actual requirements.
0:single up-link optical line,
1:double master & slave optical
lines,
2:multiple load-sharing optical lines

Diversity
Reception Mode

This parameter is used to configure


the attributes of RU RF port device
set. It is an optional parameter and
should be configured according to
the actual requirements.
0: Normal diversity reception
1: Cross diversity reception

RRU GNSS Cable


Length

long:[0..8000]
step:1

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Item

Parameter Name

Value Description
unit: m
It indicates the length of the feeder
from RRU GNSS antenna to the
receiver. This feeder is used to
improve the clock precision. This
attribute should be filled in
according to the on-site survey
result. It is an optional parameter.
It needs to be configured when
RRU is R8964T S2600 and the
clock type is RRU inner GNSS.

2.1.2.7

FiberDevice
This sheet is used to configure optical port related information. The filling of this sheet is
optional.
Optical port device data will be created with the creation of the boards with optical port
device such as RU, BPL, and FS. If the values of the optical port device related
parameters are not consistent with the default values, they may need to be modified in
this sheet. Therefore, only the Modify (M) operation is allowed in this sheet, while the
Add (A) or Delete (D) operations cannot be performed.
In other cases, do not fill in this sheet.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.2.8

PA
This sheet is used to configure the PA related information of RU devices. The filling of
this sheet is optional.
PA related parameters will be created with the creation of RU. When the values of the PA
parameters are inconsistent with the default values, they may need to be modified in this
sheet. In other cases, it is not necessary to fill in this sheet. Therefore, only the Modify
(M) operation is allowed in this sheet, while the Add (A) or Delete (D) operations
cannot be performed
Refer to Table 2 -6 for the key parameters.

Table 2-6 The PA Sheet

14

Item

Parameter
Name

RUDevi

RU Board of

Value Description
Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo,

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Parameter
Name

Value Description
The value ranges are:

RackNo: RRU:51..201, RSU:2..50


ShelfNo: 1
SlotNo: 1

ce

PA

port

Port No. no
the
RU
device of PA

long

suppBa
nd

Frequency
Band ID

It is the frequency band ID of the port on the RU device of


PA. It is used together with the RU Device and port to define
one PA.

E.g.: 51,1,1

Note: For multi-mode configuration, the values need to be


separated by English character ;, e.g., 4;32

radioMo
de

Radio mode
of PA

dualMod
e

Dual-mode
Working
Mode of PA

branchB
and

Subfrequency
Band

0:ALL,
1:UMTS,
2:GSM,
4:TD-SCDMA,
8:CDMA,
16:LTE FDD,
32:TD-LTE
The allocation method of PA resources in dual-mode, for
example, 2G+2U indicates the PA supports two GSM carriers
and two UMTS cells.
1,2,3,255: Invalid
The sub-frequency band supported by PA.
Sub-frequency is the special attribute owned by GSM. Only
the RU of 900M and 1800M use sub-frequency.
900M (BandVIII) sub-frequency consists of:
1: Work band: UL 890MHz-915MHz, DL 935MHz-960MHz;
2: Work band: UL 880MHz-905MHz, DL 925MHz-950MHz;
3: Work band: UL 888MHz-906MHz, DL 935MHz-951MHz;
1800M(BandIII) sub-frequency consists of: 900M (BandVIII)
sub-frequency consists of:

1: Work band: UL 1710MHz-1765MHz, DL 1805MHz1860MHz


2: Work band: UL1730MHz-1785MHz, DL 1825MHz1880MHz

txCenter
Freq

Tx
Central
Frequency
Point

rxCenter
Freq

Rx Central
Frequency
Point

This parameter is not related to PA. It is the central


transmission frequency point of Tx Channel.
The configuration of txCenterFreq is increased by 10 M on
the basis of 3GPP protocol.
The value range should be selected according to the
frequency band of the equipment. Every frequency band can
be set as 0Modification to this parameter requires
prudence.0 indicates automatic calculation by SDR.
This parameter is not related to PA. It is the central
transmission frequency point of Rx Channel.
The configuration of txCenterFreq is increased by 10 M on
the basis of 3GPP protocol.
The value range should be selected according to the
frequency band of the equipment. Every frequency band can

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Name

Item

Value Description
be set as 0 Modification to this parameter requires
prudence. 0 indicates automatic calculation by SDR.

2.1.2.9

FCE
This sheet is used to configure the FCE board (fan control and environment control).
One FCE board occupies one row.
The FCEs of the primary cabinet, auxiliary cabinet, and slave cabinet are all configured
in this sheet.
Before configuring the FCE of the slave cabinet, make sure the slave cabinet has been
configured in the Cabinet sheet.
In the process of configuring the FCE of the auxiliary cabinet, it is not necessary to
create an auxiliary cabinet separately, because the cabinet will be created automatically
by this sheet when the CTRL_AUX_CABINET_NO field (auxiliary cabinet No.) is filled in.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.2.10

DryContact
This sheet is about dry contact configuration. The filling of this sheet is optional.
Dry contact data will be created when the SA, SE, and FCE boards are created. This
sheet also supports the configuration of customized dry contact.
Refer to Table 2 -7 for the key parameters.

Table 2-7 The FCE Sheet


Item

Value Description

Dry Contact
Info

Dry contact needs to be configured on the


slot, shelf, and rack of the SA, SE, FCE, and
RU board.
Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo,
For example: 51,1,1

dryNo

Dry Contact No.

It indicates the No. of the dry contact alarm to


be configured. The boards that support dry
contact alarms include the SA, SE, and FCE
boards, and RF boards.

userLabel

Dry contact

It contains 128 bytes at most. Default: null.

DryContact Board

16

Parameter
Name

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description

Do not use symbols like & ' " < > # % / \ ? @ :


,

Dry Contact
Type

0: Input dry contact


1: Output dry contact

outDryType

Output Dry
Contact Status

It is used to configure the output dry contact


configuration status. This parameter is valid
only when the dry contact type is output dry
contact.
0: Output low level. 1: Output high level.

outDryName

Output Dry
Contact Name

The output dry contact description is userdefined. This parameter is valid only when
the dry contact type is output dry contact. It
contains 128 bytes at most

Alarm Status

This parameter is used to configure dry


contact alarms. It is valid only when the dry
contact type is input dry contact.
0: Alarm when closed
1: Alarm when open

Dry Contact
Alarm Name

This parameter is used to configure the


contents of dry contact alarms. This
parameter is valid only when the dry contact
type is output dry contact. The user can
either define the contents of the dry contact
or choose the dry contact alarm
preconfigured in the system.

dryType

almStatus

almNo

2.1.2.11

Parameter
Name

Tma
This sheet is used to configure TMA equipment. The filling of this sheet is optional. One
TMA occupies one row.
The configuration in this sheet is used to configure TMA gain and other related
parameters.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.2.12

AISG
This sheet is used to configure the PA related information of AISG devices. The filling of
this sheet is optional. One AISG device occupies one row.
The configuration of this sheet is used to configure AISG devices. It is used for RET to
control down tilt and for TMA to amplify signals.

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It is necessary to configure RfCable. Only when RF connection is configured can AISG


devices work normally.
Refer to Table 2 -8 for the key parameters.

Table 2-8 The AISG Sheet


Item

Value Description

Aisg Board

RU Board Info

Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo,


which should be configured in the
RU sheet in advance.
The value ranges are:
RackNo: RRU:51..201, RSU:2..50
ShelfNo: 1
SlotNo: 1
For example: 51,1,1

uniqueId

Device Serial
Number

Value range: 1 32.


This is the unique SN of the device.

devType

Device Type

1:RETC,
17:MULTI_RET,
3:ATMA,
90:NOTCH_FILTER,
2:MULTI_TMA,
241:ACOM,
226:AETMA,
209:NSNRET,
210:LGPTMA
Users should select a device type
according to the actual situation.

vendorCode

Vendor Code

127 bytes at most

aisgVersion

AISG Version

1:1.1
2:2.0

multiAntNo

Multi-sub-unit No.

Value range: 1 4. 255: Invalid.

userLabel

Customized
Descriptive Field

It contains 128 bytes at most, and


can be left unconfigured.
Do not use symbols like & ' " < > # %
/\?@:,

Superior Channel

Integer: 0 12.
It is used for SDTMA device of NSN
private protocol. The value for other
devices is 0.

selfPort

Local Channel

Integer: 0 12.
It is used for SDTMA device of NSN
private protocol. The value for other
devices is 0.

antNo

Connected
Antenna

It indicates the antenna connected


with RF cable.

fatherPort

18

Parameter Name

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Parameter Name

Value Description
For GU and LTE FDD, the value of
the parameter is from the value of
the antEntityNo field, which is in the
RfCable sheet and should be
configured in advance.
For TDS and LTE TDD, the value of
the parameter is from the value of
the antEntityNo field, which is in the
IrAntGroup sheet and should be
configured in advance.

Connected TMA
Device

tmaNo

2.1.2.13

Value: 1 96. The TmaNo field in the


TMA sheet should have been
configured.

PowerOutlet
This sheet is used to configure the power output port. The filling of this sheet is optional.
Only when the TAM board or the RU of some models is configured can the data in this
sheet be configured.
The power output mainly supplies power for AISG equipment.
RU has two voltage output ports, NSBT (old RU) and AISG (new RU). After the switch of
NSBT is enabled, the AISG port will also output voltage. Both can be connected with
AISG devices and supply power to AISG devices.
The TAM board is used mainly to supply power for TMA. There are 6 ports on this board,
and each port can support the power supply of one device.
One power output port occupies one row. The same power output device can be
configured with two or more power output port records, but the values of the
switchStatus field and the voltage field must be consistent.
Refer to Table 2 -9 for the key parameters.

Table 2-9 The PowerOutlet Sheet


Item

PowerOutlet Board

Parameter Name

Value Description

PowerOutletBoard
Info

Currently, only the TAM board and some


RU models support power output.
It is required that TAM should have
been configured in the Equipment
sheet or the RU supporting power
output have been configured in the RU
sheet.
Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo, for
example, 51,1,1

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Item

Value Description

Switch Status

0: Close
1: AISG RS485{AISG RS485},
2: NSBT RS485{NSBT RS485}
If the TAM board is configured, set this
parameter as 0.If RU is configured, set
this parameter as 1 or 2 according to
the actual situation.

voltage

Voltage

0:140,
1:220,
4294967295: Invalid
The voltage of AISG and NSBT.

port

Port No.

Value Range: 0~5


Power Output Port No.

Working Current
Value (Ma)

It indicates the working current value of


the port.
Value Range:
{voltage == 0}[75..400],
{voltage == 1}[75..300],
{voltage == 4294967295}[0..
4294967295]

Alarm Detection
Mode

0: currentDetect
1: pulsewidthDetect
When the current on this port is
abnormal, alarms will be reported. This
attribute is used to set the detection
mode of output current.

Under Current
Alarm Threshold
Percent

Value Range: 20~80,100


When the actual current of the TAM
board power supply channel is less than
Working Current Value*local
value/100, under current alarm is
reported.

Over Current
Alarm Threshold
Percent

Value Range: 100,120~180


When the actual current of the TAM
board power supply channel is greater
than Working Current Value*local
value/100, over current alarm is
reported.

Switch Status

Value Range:
0: Close
1: Open
This parameter is used to configure the
switch status of whether to enable
current control.

switchStatus

currentValue

almDetectMode

lowerLimitPercent

upperLimitPercent

portSwitchStatus

20

Parameter Name

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Epm
This sheet is used to configure embedded power equipment.
Refer to Table 2 -10 for the key parameters.

Table 2-10 The Epm Sheet


Parameter
Name

Item

Connected
Board

It indicates the board for BBU to connect


with the embedded power device (SA/
SE/RU).
Format: RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo,
For example: 51,1,1

powerType

Built-in Power
Device Type

0:ZXDU58 B900,
1:ZXDU58 B121,
2:ZXDU68 B201,
3:ZXDU150,
4:ZXDU45,
5:ZXDU75,
6:ZXDU58 B121(V4.5),
7:ZXDU68 B201(V5.0),
8:ZXDU68 W301,
9:ZXDU68 S301,
10:ZXDU58 B121(V2.2),
11:ZXDU68 B201(V5.0R99M03),
100:Shelter JZ9

dataProcessMode

Data
Processing
Mode of builtin power
device

0: Transparent transmission
1: Base station parse

refSdrDeviceGroup

2.1.2.15

Value Description

FiberCable
This sheet is used to configure fiber connection, i.e., the topology of fiber connection.
Refer to Table 2 -11Error: Reference source not found for the key parameters in this
sheet.

Table 2-11 The FiberCable Sheet


Item
ref1FiberDevice

Parameter
Name
Optical Port of
Previous Hop in

Value Description
Format: (RackNo,ShelfNo,BoardNo):Pot
If RRU is used, the port No. is 1 and 2, for

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ref2FiberDevice

2.1.2.16

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Topology
Structure

example, (1,1,3):0

Optical Port of
Next Hop in
Topology
Structure

Format: (RackNo,ShelfNo,BoardNo):Pot
Only RRU can be used, and the port No. is 1
and 2, for example, (51,1,1):1

RfCable
This sheet is used to configure RF connection.
RF connection shows the connection relation between RU port, antenna, and TMA.
One connection relation occupies one row. Therefore, only two of RU port, antenna, and
TMA can be configured in one row. In the same NE, the same connection relation cannot
be repeated.
Refer to Table 2 -12 for the key parameters.

Table 2-12 The RfCable Sheet


Item

refRfDevice

antEntityNo

retDeviceType

22

Parameter Name

Value Description

RU Port Info

It indicates the RF port connected with the


RF cable, i.e., the RU port.
Format: (RackNo,ShelfNo,BoardNo):Port
If RU device is used, the port No. is 1 and
2, for example, (1,1,3):1

Antenna Entity
Number

It indicates the antenna connected with RF


cable.
Value range: 1 65535. For TDS or LTE
TDD, this value may come from the value
of the antEntityNo field in the IrAntGroup
sheet. For other modes, a record of
antenna entity will be generated
automatically according to this No.

RET Device Type

It indicates the type of the device


connected with the antenna entity. If
antEntityNo is configured, this parameter
should also be configured.
0: Non-RET
1: Uni-antenna RET
2: Uni-direction TMA
3: Continuous power antenna system
4: Bi-direction TMA
5: LNA
17: Multi-antenna RET

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refTma

2.1.2.17

Parameter Name

TMA No.

Value Description
It indicates the TMA connected with the RF
cable.
The value is from the value of the tmaNo
field, which is in the Tma sheet and
should have been configured.

RfExtendCable
This sheet is used to configure RF extension cable. It shows the connection relation
between two RU ports (RxOut and RxIn). The filling of this sheet is optional and should
be based on the actual situation.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

2.1.3

Transmission Parameters

2.1.3.1

Transmission
This sheet is used to configure GU transmission mode, transmission medium, and ATM
transmission address. In GU mode, it is required to fill in this sheet.
The filling of the fields in this sheet is very simple (refer to the instruction of the
template), and no further description will be given in this Guide.

Table 2-13 Transmission

ATMConfigType

ubrNumber

2.1.3.2

ATM
type

configuration

No. of UBR AAL2


PVC

It is used to configure the normal scenario


and high-load scenario in the case of ATM
transmission mode.
Normal: Normal scenario;
HighLoad: High-load scenario
It is used to configure the quantity of AAL2.
For the site that uses the ATM transmission
mode and still has the broadband link
congestion alarm after the high-load scenario
is adopted, we can add the quantity of AAL2
to solve the problem. Each site can be
configured with at most 19 AAL2 links. Refer
to
Chapter
4.1.2
E1
Capacity
Expansion/Reduction for details.

PhyLayerPort
This sheet is used to configure physical layer port. The filling of this sheet is mandatory.

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One physical layer port occupies one row, and an NE can occupy two or more rows.
It is the physical layer of IP or ATM transmission. Physical layer bearer includes, E1, T1,
and Ethernet.
Refer to Table 2 -14 for the key parameters.

Table 2-14 The PhyLayerPort Sheet


Item

operatingMode

egressPeakBitRate

Parameter
Name
Operating
Mode

This parameter needs to be configured only


when the refGeDevice field is configured.
Refer to the Ground Plan template for the
detailed values.

Transmitting
Bandwidth

This parameter needs to be configured only


when the refGeDevice field is configured.
The values are as detailed below:
{operatingMode==0}[100..1000000] step
100,
{operatingMode==1}[100..10000] step 100,
{operatingMode==2}[100..100000] step 100,
{operatingMode==3}[100..1000000] step
100,
{operatingMode==4}[100..100000] step 100
It is required to be configured when STM-1
is configured.

codeType

2.1.3.3

Value Description

EthernetLink
This sheet is used to configure Ethernet link, VLAN ID, etc. When Ethernet transmission
is used, it is required to fill in this sheet.
The configuration is about the Ethernet link layer between SDR and upper-level NE.
Refer to Table 2 -15 for the key parameters.

Table 2-15 The EthernetLink Sheet


Item
mtu

vlanMembership

24

Parameter Name

Value Description

Connection Object

long:[256..1800] byte

VLAN No.

Format: VALN;VLAN. Separate


every two VLANs with English
character ; if there are two or more
VLANs.
VALN:long:[1..4094]
For example:1;2

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Parameter Name
Used Physical
Layer Port

refPhyLayerPort

2.1.3.4

Value Description
The value of this parameter is from
the value of the phyLayerPortNo
field in the PhyLayerPort sheet.

Hdlc
This sheet is about HDLC channel related configuration. Refer to Table 2 -16 for the
details of the main parameters.

Table 2-16 The HDLC Sheet


Item

2.1.3.5

Parameter Name

Value Description

hdlcNo

HDLC Link Number

[0..16]

refPhyLayerPort

Used Physical Layer


Port

The value is the same as the value


of the phyLayerPortNo field in the
PhyLayerPort sheet

timeSlotBitMap

Time Slot Bit Mapping

If the value is set as 0, it means


this time slot is not used.

Ppp
This sheet is about PPP link related configuration. Refer to Table 2 -17 for the details of
the main parameters in this sheet.

Table 2-17 The PPP Sheet


Item

Parameter Name

Value Description

pppLinkNo

PPP Link No.

[0..15]

localIp

Base Station IP

IPV4

protocolType

PPP Encapsulation
Type

0:PPP{PPP},
1:ML-PPP{ML-PPP}

refHdlc

Used HDLC Channel

The value of this parameter is from


the value of hdlcNo in the HDLC
sheet.

mpCode

Long/short Sequence
of MP Head

2: Long sequence
6: Short sequence
0xFF: Invalid

mpClass

MP Priority

{mpCode==2}[1..8],
{mpCode==6}[1..4],
0xFF: Invalid

ipCompress

Whether Support IP
Compression

1: Yes
0: No

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isUsedToFECascade

2.1.3.6

Parameter Name
Whether Used for FE
Cascading

Value Description
1: Yes
0: No

IpLayerConfig
This sheet is about IP related configuration. When IP transmission is used, it is required
to fill in this sheet.
This sheet is used mainly to configure Gateway IP, Network Mask, Prefix Length of IPv6
address, Used Ethernet Link, IP Domain, and VLAN ID.
Refer to Table 2 -18 for the key parameters.

Table 2-18 The IpLayerConfig Sheet


Item

Value Description

IP Address

It is the IP address of the base station. When


the PPP link is used, this IP cannot be
configured. It can be configured as IPv4
address or IPv6 address. The IPv4 address
format is decimal notation separated by dots,
e.g., 10.0.0.1.IPv6 address is hexadecimal
notation separated by colon, e.g.,
2011:0db8:85a3:0000:1319:8a2e:0370:7366.
The IPv4 address of the 127 subnetwork and
the 200 subnetwork cannot be configured.

Gateway IP

Gateway
When the PPP link is used, network mask
cannot be configured. It can be IPv4 address
or IPv6 address. The IPv4 address format is
decimal notation separated by dots, e.g.,
10.0.0.1.IPv6 address is hexadecimal
notation separated by colon, e.g.,
2011:0db8:85a3:0000:1319:8a2e:0370:7366.

networkMask

Network Mask

Subnet Mask
When the PPP link is used, network mask
cannot be configured. Only IPv4 address can
be configured.

prefixLength

Prefix Length

Prefix length configuration. Only IPv6


address can be configured.

refEthernetLink

Used Ethernet
Link No.

This is the Ethernet link used to bear IP. The


value is from the value of "ethernetLinkNo"
field, which is in the EthernetLink sheet and
should have been configured.

ipField

IP Domain

ipAddr

gatewayIp

26

Parameter
Name

Value range: [0..3]. 255: Invalid.


It is the information of the domain which IP
address belongs to. 255 indicates that it

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Name

Value Description
does not belong to any domain.

vid

radioMode

2.1.3.7

VLAN ID

It should be the same as a VLAN in


refEthernetLink.

Radio Mode

It must be configured.
It is used to generate the content in the
ServiceMap sheet in association. It is not
configured, the setup of common channel
will end in failure.

StaticRoute
Static route is not required to be configured for GSM or UMTS mode.

2.1.3.8

BandwidthResource
This sheet is used to configure bandwidth resource group and bandwidth resource. It is
required to fill in this sheet when multi-mode is used.
It is not necessary to configure this sheet in GSM single mode, UMTS single mode, or
GU dual-mode.

2.1.3.9

Sctp
This sheet is about SCTP related configuration, including mainly Local Port Number,
Used IP Layer Configuration, Remote Port Number, Remote Address, Number of In-andout Streams, DSCP, Used Bandwidth Resource, and Radio Standard.
Refer to Table 2 -19 for the key parameters.

Table 2-19 The Sctp Sheet


Item

Parameter Name

Value Description

localPort

Local Port Number

[1..65535]

refIpLayerConfig

Used IP Layer
Configuration

The value comes from the value of


ipNo in the IpLayerConfig sheet.

remotePort

Remote Port
Number

[0..65535]

remoteAddr

Remote Address

IP address

inOutStreamNum

Number of In-andout Streams

[2..6]

dscp

DSCP

[0..63]

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refBandwidthResource

radioMode

2.1.3.10

Parameter Name

Value Description

Used Bandwidth
Resource

The value is from the value of


groupNo, or resourceNo in the
BandwidthResource sheet. The
filling of this field is optional.

Radio Mode

1:UMTS{UMTS},
2:GSM{GSM},
4:TD-SCDMA{TD-SCDMA},
8:CDMA{CDMA},
16:LTE FDD{LTE FDD},
32:TD-LTE{LTE TDD}
If there are two or more modes,
separate them with English
character ;, for example, 4;32
In the LTE FDD mode and the LTE
TDD mode, the records of S1AP and
X2AP will be created according to
the value of SCTP. It is consistent
with the configuration created
through the GUI configuration
module.

ItfUniBts
This sheet is about OMC channel related configuration.
Refer to Table 2 -20 for the key parameters.

Table 2-20 The ItfUniBts Sheet


Item

28

Parameter Name

Value Description

itfUniBtsNo

OMC Interface Link


Number

[1..65535]

itfUniBtsType

Type of Operation
and Maintenance
Interface

0:IPINIP,
1:IPOA,
2: Independent Networking

refIpLayerConfig

Used IP Layer
Configuration

The value comes from the value of


ipNo in the IpLayerConfig
sheet.

gatewayIp

OMC Gateway IP

It is the virtual address on the RPU


at the RNC side. For the UMTS
mode, it is usually set as
10.9.X.63.

omcServerIp

OMC Server IP

For the UMTS mode, it is the IP


address of eth6:2.

omcNetworkMask

OMC Network Mask

Network Mask

refBandwidthResource

Used Bandwidth

The value is from the value of

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Dscp

2.1.3.11

Parameter Name

Value Description

Resource

"ResourceNo" in the
BandwidthResource sheet.

DSCP

[0..63]

ServiceMap
This sheet is about service and DSCP mapping related configuration. One mode
occupies one row. In multi-mode, one NE needs several pieces of records.
It is not necessary to configure this sheet in GSM single mode, UMTS single mode, or
GU dual-mode.It is automatically created in association with the radioMode field in the
IPLayerConfig sheet.
Refer to Table 2 -21 for the key parameters.

Table 2-21 The ServiceMap Sheet


Parameter
Name

Item

2.2

Value Description

refIpLayerConfig

Used IP Layer
Configuration

The value comes from the value of


ipNo in the IpLayerConfig sheet.

refBandwidthResource

Used
Bandwidth
Resource

The value is from the value of


"ResourceNo" in the
BandwidthResource sheet.

refOperator

Operator Name

The value is the same as the value of


operatorName in the Operator sheet.

Wireless Plan Template Filling Specifications


There are four sheets in the UMTS Wireless Plan template, as detailed in Table 2 -22.

Table 2-22 Description of Sheets in UMTS Wireless Plan Template


No.

Sheet Name

Description

UMTS Radio

Configuration information of UMTS radio mode

UMTS Sector

Configuration information of UMTS sector

UMTS Local Cell

Configuration information of UMTS local cell

ULocalCellRelation

Configuration information of UMTS local cell


relation

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Description of the Sheets

2.2.1.1

UMTS Radio
This sheet is used to configure UMTS global information. Refer to Table 2 -23 for the
details of the main parameters.

Table 2-23 The UMTS Radio Sheet


Item

2.2.1.2

Parameter Name

Value Description

nodeBId

NodeB ID

[0..65535]

paShareRatio

Power-sharing Ratio

[0..50]

enableDPT

Enable Dynamic Power


Track (DPT)

1: Yes
0: No

maxUplinkCE

Maximum Number of
Uplink CE

[1..3840],[65535..65535]
65535: Invalid

maxDownlinkCE

Maximum Number of
Downlink CE

[1..3840],[65535..65535]
65535: Invalid

UMTS Sector
This sheet is about UMTS sector related configuration. Refer to Table 2 -24 for the
details of the main parameters.

Table 2-24 UMTS Sector


Item
userLabel

30

Parameter Name

Value Description

Sector Name

[0..199]

txType

Tx Type

0: No Diversity
2:2-RRU NOT DIV
5:3-RRU NOT DIV
3:4-RRU NOT DIV
4:5-RRU NOT DIV
7:6-RRU NOT DIV
8:MIMO{MIMO}

txDevice

Tx Device

(RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo):portNo;


(RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo):portNo)
For example: (51,1,1):1;(51,1,1):2

rxType

Rx Type

1: No Diversity
2:Diversity
9:2-RRU NOT DIV
4:2-RRU DIV
11:3-RRU NOT DIV
6:3-RRU DIV

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Parameter Name

Value Description
8:4-RRU NOT DIV
3:4-RRU DIV
10:5-RRU NOT DIV
5:5-RRU DIV
12:6-RRU NOT DIV
7:6-RRU DIV
13:MIMO{MIMO}

rxDevice

2.2.1.3

Rx Device

(RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo):portNo;


(RackNo, ShelfNo, SlotNo):portNo)
eg:(51,1,1):1;(51,1,1):2

UMTS Local Cell


This sheet is about UMTS local related configuration. Refer to Table 2 -25 for the details
of the main parameters.

Table 2-25 UMTSLocal Cell


Item

Parameter
Name

Value Description

Local Cell
Description

[0..199]

Automatically
Assign
Baseband
Resource

1: Yes
0: No
If there is no special
requirement, it is recommended
to configure this parameter as
1, i.e., assignment baseband
resource automatically.

refBpDevice

Baseband
Resource
Assignment

Fill in the slot No. of the BPC


and BPK board. For the BPK_d
board that has multiple units, the
format should be Slot No.#Unit
No.; the unit No. is 0 by default.
Separate the Nos. with & if
there is more than one BP board.
In Shelf 2, the actual Slot No.
should be Slot No. of the BP
boards + 20, starting from 24.
It can be left blank. If it is not
configured, it means the
baseband resource board of
cells is automatically allocated.

USectorId

UMTS Sector
ID

[1..30]

txFreq

Tx Frequency

userLabel

isAutoAssignBasebandResource

{parent.band==1}[21100..21700],
{parent.band==2}[19300..19900],

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Parameter
Name

Value Description
{parent.band==3}[18050..18800],
{parent.band==4}[21100..21550],
{parent.band==5}[8690..8940],
{parent.band==7}[26200..26900],
{parent.band==8}[9250..9600]

UMTS
Reception
Filter
Bandwidth

50:5M,
48:4.8M,
46:4.6M,
44:4.4M,
42:4.2M,
38:3.8M

cellRadius

Cell Radius

2500: 2.5km
5000: 5km
10000: 10km
20000: 20km
40000: 40km
80000: 80km
120000: 120km
240000: 240km

txOffset

Downlink
Delay Offset

[-63..63]
Default: 0.

rxOffset

Uplink Delay
Offset

[-63..63]
Default: 0.

maxDlPwr

Local Cell Max


Tx Power

[1..200],[255..255]
When it is configured to 255, it
means the cell power is
allocated at the RNC.

supportSpeed

Support
Speed

0: 0-250km/h
1: 250-350km/h

coverageType

Coverage
Type

0: Indoor
1: Outdoor

enableEnergySaving

Enable
Electric-saving
Mode

1: Yes
0: No

enable2msGain

Support 2ms
Gain

0:Enable,
1:Disable

enableVAM

Support VAM
Function

1: Yes
0: No

enhancedVamEnable

Enable E-VAM
Function

1: Yes
0: No

enableDynCode

Enable
Dynamic Code

1: Yes
0: No

refOperator

Operator

operatorName

rcvFilterBandwidth

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ULocalCellRelation
This sheet is used to configure UMTS dual-carrier cells. Refer to Table 2 -26 for the
details of the main parameters.

Table 2-26 ULocalCellRelation


Parameter
Name

Item

2.3

Value Description

ref1ULocalCell

Primary Cell ID

The value of this parameter comes


from the value of USectorId" in the
"UMTS Local Cell" sheet.

ref2ULocalCell

Secondary Cell
ID

The value of this parameter comes


from the value of USectorId" in the
"UMTS Local Cell" sheet.

GSM Wireless Plan Template Filling


Specifications
There are two sheets in the GSM Wireless Plan template, as detailed in Table 2 -27 .

Table 2-27 Description of Sheets in GSM Wireless Plan Template


No.

2.3.1

Sheet Name

Description

RU(GSM)

Fill in the resource using status of the PAs on the


RU, including Carrier Number, Carrier Power,
GSM Cell Channel Resource No., and Multi-carrier
Combination Group No.

GSM Carrier

Fill in the TRX information allocated to each GSM


cell.

RU (GSM) Sheet
Fill in RU properties in GSM network in the RU(GSM) sheet, including Carrier Number,
Carrier Power, GSM Cell Channel Resource No., Multi-carrier Combination Group No .,
Rx Mode, and Tx Mode. The PA of each RU occupies one line. For the RUs with two PA
units (RSU82 and R8882), fill in two lines at most.

Table 2-28 RU(GSM) Sheet


Item

Parameter Name

Value Description

gCellEquipmentFuncNo

GSM Cell Channel


Resource No.

Each PA corresponds to a No.,


which is unique.

TxDevice

Transmission Port

Select the Tx port (i.e., PA) of an


RU. NOTE: The Tx ports of

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Parameter Name

Value Description
R8882 are ports 1 and 4 (this is
different from that in
OMCBV4.11).

multiCarrierGroupNo

Multi-carrier
Combination Group No.

For non-MCUM, set this


parameter as 0.

channelGroupNo

GSM Cell Channel


Group No.

For non-MCUM, set this


parameter as 0.

carrierPower

Carrier Power

This parameter is used to


configure the Tx power of each
carrier, which should be accurate
to 1W.

powerLevel

Static Power
Attenuation Level of
Carrier

For GU RUs of DTR, ADTR,


RSU 82, and R8882, the value
range is 0-6.

Tx Mode

0:Normal mode: Each PA


transmit different carriers
independently.
1:DPCT: Two PAs transmit the
same carrier, which is applicable
only to RU02.
2:DDT: Two PAs transmit the
same carrier, but not at the same
time (there is DDT delay
between the two carriers).
3:Antenna hopping: Two
antennas transmit different
carriers in turn.

rxMode

Rx Mode

0:2-antenna diversity reception:


Corresponding to normal
transmission mode
1:4-antenna diversity reception:
Corresponding to DPCT, DDT,
and antenna hopping

ddtOffset

DDT Delay

DDT Delay

rxConfig

Primary-secondary
antenna receiving
setting

Whether to use primary and


secondary reception
simultaneously or use one of
them depends on the actual
antenna connection in the field.
When the Tx Mode is normal
mode and the Rx Mode is 2antenna diversity reception, this
parameter needs to be
configured.

CELL_ID_x

Cell No.

The cell No. of the carriers.

GPS Synchronized
Frame Head Offset

When GPS clock is configured,


this parameter should be
configured. Otherwise, it is not
necessary to configure this
parameter.

txMode

gpsOffset_x

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carrierNum_x

hsrCellOutInletFlag_x

ISBCCH_x

bcchCarrierNo_x

2.3.2

Parameter Name

Value Description

Number of Used
Carriers

The total number of carriers in


CELLx on the PA.

End ID of High-speed
Railway Cell

It is the End ID of High-speed


Railway Cell. In the scenario of
high speed railways configured
with mutli-carrier combination
group, it is used to identify
whether a PA is the PA at the
very edge of the cell. This
parameter can be left
unconfigured.

Is BCCH Preferred
Channel

It defines whether a PA is the


BCCH preferred PA when there
are two or more PAs in a cell.
Default: No
When MCUM is used,
ISBCCH_x cannot be
configured.

BCCH Preferential
Carrier No.

It defines the carrier preferred by


BCCH when there are two or
more carriers on the PA.
Default: No
When MCUM is used,
bcchCarrierNo_x cannot be
configured.

GSM Carrier Sheet


Fill in carrier related information in the GSM Carrier sheet, including trxNo,
operatingMode, mainBand, etc.
When single-channel is used, the corresponding multiCarrierGroupNo of RRU should be
0 (no grouping). When dual-channel or multi-channel is configured,
multiCarrierGroupNo should not be 0, i.e., they must be grouped.
The total number of carriers in the same frequency band or sub-frequency band of the
same cell cannot be greater than the total number of carriers of the frequency band or
sub-frequency band, which are provided by the channel used by the cell.
Refer to Table 2 -29 for detailed description of parameters.

Table 2-29 GSM Carrier Sheet


Item

Parameter Name

Value Description

SubNetwork

SubNetwork ID

It is the SubNetwork ID

MEID

ManagedElement
ID

NE ID

cellNo

Cell No.

The Cell No. should be corresponding

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Parameter Name

Value Description
to the e Cell No. at OMCR side.

Logic Carrier
Frequency No.

The Logic Carrier Frequency No.


should be corresponding to the TRX
No. at OMCR side.

operatingMode

Operating Mode

Select single carrier (0) in general


cases.
Select dual-carrier when DDT and
DPCT are used.
Select multi-carrier when MCUM is
used.

multiCarrierGroupNo

Multi-carrier
Combination Group
No.

It defines the Multi-carrier


Combination Group No. The value
should be set as 0 in the single
carrier mode.

mainBand

Parent Frequency
Band

It defines the Tx frequency band


supported by the PA.

Sub frequency
band

It defines the value of sub-frequency


band, which is usually set as 255.
The TRX on which sub-frequency is
configured can only use the carriers
of the PA configured with the same
sub-frequency band. The subfrequency band is configured in the
PA sheet. Refer to related Technical
Notice for details.

Use IRC

It defines whether to enable the


"ZGO-04-01-005 Uplink Interference
Rejection Combining (IRC)" feature,
which can improve the uplink
receiving signal quality. Default: 1.
STIRC is the enhanced IRC, which is
not stable currently. So it is not
recommended to select STIRC.

isExtendTrx

Extend carrier
frequency

This parameter should be configured


in the ultra-wide coverage scenario.
Two timeslots are combined into one
(in this case, each TRX has 4
timeslots instead of 4 timeslots), so
as to improve TA to increase the
coverage distance of the site.
isExtendTrx and RfExtend (in the
RfExtendCable sheet) are two
different concepts which are not
related to each other in any way. Do
not mix them.

mcumRxSelMode

Is uplink signal
selected according
to CIR

It defines whether CIR or RxLev is


used as the basis to select the RRU
to receive uplink/downlink signals,
when MCUM is used. Default: 0, i.e.,
RxLev

trxNo

branchBand

enableIRC

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mcumTxSelMode

Parameter Name
Select RU
transmission

Value Description
It defines whether to use some RUs
or all RUs to transmit signals, when
MCUM is used. Default: 0, i.e., select
all RUs.

Data Import and Export Functions


V4.12 OMMB plan data import and export functions have the following features:

3.1

3.2

1.

The data can be exported by template type (Wireless Plan Template or Ground
Plan Template).

2.

The NE and object range can be defined to import and export parameters.

3.

The exported data, after being edited, can be imported again in to OMMB.

Notices in Operation
1.

It is required to perform data backup before batch data modification (please refer to
the corresponding manual for data backup),

2.

Before performing batch data modification, make sure there is no user operating
NE data and there is no time-consuming and resource-consuming tasks running on
the server.

3.

Make sure the export only the managed NE object to be modified to save memory
resource.

4.

In an overall network parameter modification, at most 500 base stations can be


modified each time.

Planning Data Import


After the filling of Plan Template is completed, choose Configuration Management >
Planning Data Import on OMMB.

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Figure 3-3 Planning Data Import

Select the path for storing the Plan Template and import data.

Figure 3-4 Set the Path of Plan Templates

After the data is imported completely, right-click the record and choose Result File to
view the log.

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Figure 3-5 View Log File

3.3

Planning Data Export


Choose Configuration Management > Planning Data Export on OMMB.

Figure 3-6 Planning Data Export

Figure 3 -7 shows the Planning Data Export window.

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Figure 3-7 Planning Data Export Window

Select the subnetwork or NE to be export in the pane on the right of the window. The
description of the parameters to be exported is as shown below.
1.

Data area: Select Modify area or Snapshot area.


Modify area: It means exporting the configuration data in the Modify area of the
choosen managed element.
Snapshort area: It means exporting the configuration data in the Snapshot area of
the choosen managed element.

2.

Export file: Select the number of the files to be exported.


Single: All configuration data is saved in one Excel file.
Multiple: The data exported is divided by the number of subnetworks, i.e., the data
of each subnetwork is saved as an Excel file.

3.

Data Type: Select the type of the template to be exported. Either Ground Plan
template the Plan template of different modes can be exported.

Figure 3-8 Data Type

4.

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File path: Select the storage path of the Plan template and set the name of the
exported data.

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Explanation of Common Operations

4.1

Examples of Configuration Scenario

4.1.1

Adding BPC Board


It is necessary to add BPC at Slot 6. In the Equipment sheet, modify the value of
MODIND of the original data of the BPC at Slot 6 from A to M.The modification
method is as shown in Figure 4 -10.

Figure 4-10 Add BPC Board

After the data modification is completed, import the data into OMMB through the Plan
template.

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Figure 4-11 Import Data to OMC

After the planning data is successfully imported, perform data synchronization.

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Figure 4-12 Data Synchronization

Select Incremental Synchronization to synchronize the data to SDR.

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Figure 4-13 Incremental Synchronization

Note:
Only generate file is used to generate the xml file that can be imported into LMT.

4.1.2

E1 Capacity Expansion/Reduction
For the sites using ATM (E1), the medication of E1 number is a very common scenario in
the field. The data medication flow in this scenario is detailed in the following example.
Example: NodeB 201 uses ATM (E1) transmission. There are two pieces of E1 in the
initial site commissioning, and now the transmission needs to be expanded to four
pieces of E1. The operation process is as shown below:
1.

Export the PLAT template of the existing site.

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Figure 4-14 Planning Data Export

2.

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Select PUBLIC for NE Mode to export the Snapshot Area PLAT template of the site.

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Figure 4-15 Export PLAT Data

3.

Open the exported PLAT template, and modify the format of the Transmission
sheet according to the following description.
The MODIND of the first record is D, which means deleting the related PVC and
AAL data generated previously when there are two pieces of E1.
The MODIND of the second record is A, which means generating PVC, AAL, and
other related parameters according to the new number of E1 links.

Figure 4-16 Modification to the Transmission Sheet

4.

Add two pieces of E1 records in the PhyLayerPort sheet.

Figure 4-17 Modification to Parameters in the PhyLayerport Sheet

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4.1.3

After the modification to the above two sheets is completed, import the data to
OMMB and synchronize the data to SDR.

Batch Configuration Data Modification


In V4.12, data modification can be performed on GUI. The batch data modification flow
is as detailed below:
Example: For OMMBV12.12.40, the Maintenance Status field is set as 3 by default.
For a newly-commissioned site, the value of the field should be modified to 0 after the
planning data is exported, so as to make sure the link with OMMB can be established
normally after the transmission is normal.
1.

Open Batch Configuration Data Modification.

Figure 4-18 Batch Configuration Data Modification

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2.

Select the NE to be modified, and click the configuration tree.

3.

Select the site to be modified, right-click it to select Select Column and Modify,
and then select the target value in the pop-up dialog box, and then click Save to
finish

the

batch

data

modification.

After the modification, perform

incremental synchronization.

4.1.4

Snapshot Area Data Recovery


Data in the Snapshot Area are the data currently running in SDR. Data in the Modify
Area are the data saved in OMMR, which can be modified and synchronized to SDR
through all-data synchronization or incremental synchronization. In some scenarios, data
in the Snapshot Area need to be recovered in the Modify Area with the following method.
Open Configuration Management > Batch NEs Operation.

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Figure 4-19 Batch NEs Operation

Select the site and click Copy Snapshot Area Data to Modify Area to recover the data
from the Snapshot Area to the Modify Area.

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Figure 4-20 Copy Snapshot Area Data to Modify Data

4.2

Acquisition of LMT Configuration File


When commissioning a base station on site, the engineers usually use EOMS to view
the data and configuration.
The EOMS of V4.12 only supports the data import and export of the configuration file in
XML format. The process of acquiring the XML-format file is as follows:
1.

Open Configuration Management > Data Synchronization on OMMB.

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Figure 4-21 Data Synchronization

2.

Select the NE for configuration file export from the NE tree on the left.
For the Synchronization Mode, select Only Generate File.

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Figure 4-22 Only Generate File

3.

After the data is successfully synchronized, the configuration data file is


automatically
generated,
which
is
saved
under
the
/home/netnumen/ommb/ums/ums-svr/cmdata/sync/subnet+
+/nodeb/nodeb***/zdb/modbdown.xml directory on the OMMB Server.
++: the subnet No.
***: the NodeB ID

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Examples of Data Configuration


This chapter describes the data configuration for the five common transmission modes
used in the UMTS scenario.
1.

NodeB201: ATM transmission


Ground plan template: Pure ATM transmission is used, and the data configuration
is relatively simple. ATM Configure Type should be configured to Normal.
Wireless plan template: configure four RRUs, among which RRU53 and RRU54 are
configured as STSR cells, and the rest are configured as the OTSR cells.

2.

NodeB202: FE Transmission
Ground plan template: the O&M address and service address are separated and
planned in different VLANs. For the configuration in the field, the two addresses
can be the same.

3.

NodeB203: IPOE

4.

NodeB204: ATM+IP transmission

5.

NodeB205: IPOE+FE transmission; the RRU for the wireless plan template should
be configured to cross diversity reception.

OSS_PLAT_CM_Groun OSS_UMTS_CM_Wirel
d_Plan_en.zip
ess_Plan_en.zip

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