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TDDLTE3500eNodeB:S11120MHz8T8R
Code Description QTY
eNodeB HW
473585A FSMFA System Module 1
473586A FBBAA Capacity Extension Sub-Module 2
473196A Flexi RRH 8T8R 3500 20W (FZQE) 3
FMCA FLEXI 3U MOUNTING COVERS
470239A FRONT/BACK 1
472839A FSAH EAC cable HDMI-D37 15m 1
eNodeB Accessorries
FMFA FLEXI MOUNTING KIT
470149A FLOOR/WALL/POLE 2
471649A FPKA Flexi Pole Kit 4
471964A FYTF WiMAX Optical Cable LC 50m 6

472579A FOSH Optical SFP H 850nm 6G 300m MM 12


472823A FPCC DC cable multibeam-open, 2m 3
472508A FPFC Flexi Power Distribution Outdoor 1
EMTA FLEXI EDGE MECHANICAL 2U
470315A UNIT 1
471408A FTCR OD CABLE RJ45 CAT5E 15 m 1
eNodeB GPS
472510A FTSE GPS cable assembly 30m 1
472748A FYGB GPS GLONASS receiver antenna 1
471812A FYEA GPS Surge Protector Kit 1
471605A FYMA GPS MOUNTING KIT 1

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Installation MOP

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MOP Revision History

# REVISION # Done by Customer DATE comments

1 version 1 Ammar Ahmed Faleh MTNI 2-Jan-2016

21-Feb-2016 Adding Chapter 4, 5 and 6


modifying location of the RRH,
define the knob current on
Version 2 Charbel Chehwan FPFC, Eltek installation and
removing the SM from the
cabinet, EAC cable color code
and mapping

29-March-
Version 2.1 Charbel Chehwan Adding labelling
2016

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Contents:

Introduction....... 4

H&S..... 4

Site materials required...... 5

Tools and testers.. ... 6

Project scope ........ 7

Installation process for WiMax sites. ... . 9

Installation process for non WiMax sites ...... . 9

Ch1 / Overview of the System Module (FSMFa) with installation procedure for relevant cables ............11

Ch2 / Overview of the RRH (FZQE) with installation procedure for relevant cables .....27

Ch3 / Power distribution module (FPFC) with installation procedure for relevant cables .................38

4 Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS Capacity Extension Sub-Module (FBBA)----------------------------------------- 51

5 Connecting Flexi Multiradio 10 BTS RRH (FZQE) cabling --------------------------------------------------56

6 GPS GLONASS Receiver Antenna (FYGB)-------------------------------------------------------------------57

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1. Introduction
The purpose of this document is to provide installation instructions and guidelines to ensure high quality of
installation for MTN Irancell LTE.

2. Health & Safety

Safety Procedures are detailed documents to cover the implementation of safe systems of work. As such they
constitute a mandatory element in the attainment of the required safety standards given either by industrial
standards or by law.

The project safety procedures are to ensure utmost safety of all individuals, materials, machines, vehicles,
environment and the Customers property.

The Project Health & Safety Coordinator or the designated person will ensure that the safety procedures are kept
up to date and under constant review in the light of a feedback from operational experience and from safety audit
reports. Changes will be initiated where existing safety procedures are found to be inadequate or in need of
improvement.

NOKIAs occupational health and safety (H&S) practice supports our efforts to protect and promote the health,
safety and well-being of NOKIA employees.

It also reflects NOKIAs responsibility as a corporate citizen, striving to make a fitting contribution to the
communities in which we live and work.

Therefore, NOKIA is committed to:

Complying with, and where feasible, exceeding the requirements of applicable H&S laws and regulations of
countries where we operate;
Providing safe and healthy working conditions for all our employees and promoting well being at work;
Working with external contractors, suppliers and customers in meeting their safety commitments;
Integrating occupational health and safety management into our business and processes at all levels,
emphasizing line management and also individual responsibility for H&S;
Promoting H&S awareness in the company through effective communication, education and training;

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Developing and introducing new H&S technologies and methods and continuously improving our H&S

performance through sound management.
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3. Site material received


To make sure that all equipment are delivered to site according to the SMR and with good condition.
Example below:

SI code Description (optional) delivered Comments

CS73300.49 RS Hex cap screw M10*25 A4 (10 pcs)

CS73301.40 RS Hexagon nut M10 (100 pcs)

CS73303.49 RS Washer M10 A4 (10 pcs)

CS73180 MKEM-LSZH 35 y/g install. cable (reel)

CS73226.30 RS Cable shoe 35mm2 / M10

CS73327.12 RS Shrinkingsleeve 18/6mm black 1200mm

CS73182.11 MMJ 5*6S INSTALLATION CABLE (reel)

CS73331.98 RS Text marker black 0502 163

CS73226.04 RS Cable shoe 10mm2 / M8

CS73327.12 RS Shrinkingsleeve 18/6mm black 1200mm

CS73339.10 RS Insulation tape 15*10 m black(10pcs)

CS73339.11 RS Insulation tape 15*10 m ye/gr(10pcs)

CS73339.12 RS Insulation tape 15*10 m blue(10pcs)

CS73320.08 Cable tie 7,6*390 black (100 pcs)

CS73174 MK 16 GND CABLE Y/G (reel)

CS73179.01 MKEM-LSZH 25 black inst. cable (reel)

CS73179.02 MKEM-LSZH 25 blue inst. cable (reel)

CS73226.06 RS Cable shoe 16mm2 / M8

CS73226.08 RS Cable shoe 25mm2 / M8

CS73199.15 LAN cable CAT6a S/FTP RJ45-RJ45 15m

CS72753.80 Cable clamp OX M for FO(2) + DC(1)

CS73175 MK 25 GROUNDING CABLE Y/G (reel)

CS73178.20 MCMK-HF/XCMK-HF 2x25+16 cable

CS73320.08 Cable tie 7,6*390 black (100 pcs)

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CS73327.25 Shrinking sleeve, Y-type

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CS73178.17 MCMK-HF/XCMK-HF 2x10+10 cable

CS75207.03 RF Jumper 4.3 Male - N Male - 3M

4. Details of tools and testers are given below for Flexi eNB
implementation:

1. Screw Driver Set: Knurled-Head.

2. TORX Screw driver set: T10, T20, and T25mm.

3. Side Cutter.

4. Monkey Wrench.

5. Wrench 13mm (0.51 inch.).

6. Torque Wrench for Feeder Connectors, Battery Terminals etc.

7. Crimping Tool for 16Sq.mm to 70Sq.mm cables.

8. Hammer Drill.

9. Measuring Tape (30M).

10. Tool Case.

11. Hex-Box Spanner set

12. Multigrip Pliers

13. Cable ties cutter.

14. ESD Wrist Strap and cable.

15. Allen Key set

16. Folding knife.

17. Marker Pen or Comparable tool.

18. Levelling tool.

19. Extension Board.

20. Scissor.

21. Flash light or torch.

22. 1.5 m (5ft) high safety ladders

23. Site Master which includes VSWR, Power & Frequency Meter (Anritsu/Bird)

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24. Digital Multimeter (Fluke)

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25. Optical Power Meter

26. Riveting Gun

5. Project Scope
The solution of this project will be feeder less for all sites and there are two types of LTE will be installed :

1. TDD feeder less with new antennas

2. FDD feeder less

And for the TDD there are two scenario for installation of the RF module (FZQE):

1. To be installed with existing WiMax and replace the existing antenna

2. Or to be installed separately if there is no WiMax with adding new antenna

RRH (FZQE) can be located back to the antenna, as shown in below photo

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Below you will see the antenna installation scenario:

1. TDD with Wimax showing below the connection for one sector; other sectors will be same

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Installation process for WiMax sites:


Replace the existing antennas (with 8 port antenna) and all details in the last chapter
Installation of the System Module in the agreed location (on top of ELTIK CAB or mounted on the side of
same CAB or mounted on back of the same CAB) and details of the installation you will find in chapter 1
Install the FZQE as mounted on pole of the antenna and all details in chapter 2
Installation of the FPFC as mounted on pole of the new antenna and all details in chapter 3
All the cabling will be clarified with each item separately

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Installation process for non WiMax sites:


Adding new antennas
Installation of the System Module in the agreed location (on top of ELTEK CAB or mounted on the side of
same CAB or mounted on back of the same CAB) and details of the installation you will find in chapter 1
Install the FZQE as mounted on pole of the antenna and all details in chapter 2
Installation of the FPFC as mounted on pole of the new antenna and all details in chapter 3
All the cabling will be clarified with each item separately

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1. Installation of System Module FSFMa

1.1. Front Panel of System Module FSMFa

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1.2. System Module dimensions and weights

Property Value

Property Value

Casing height 133 mm/3U (5.2 in)

Width without front cover 447 mm (17.6 in)

Width with front cover 492 mm (19.4 in)

Depth without front cover 420 mm (16.6 in)

Depth with front cover 560 mm (22 in)

Weight with casing, without FBBA submodule 10.1 kg

Weight with casing, with FBBA submodule and FMFA 10.1+8+3=21.1 kg

1.3. Installation process of the FSMFa :


It will be with different scenarios but all those scenarios will use the plinth FMFA:

On ground ( to be installed with FMFA)


Above of the CAB ( to be installed with FMFA)
Mounted on the side (or back) of ELTEK (power CAB) or wall ( to be installed with FMFA)

1.3.1.Installing the FSMFA on ground ( to be installed with FMFA)

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The FSMFa will be installed on the ground or mounted (wall or pole) by using Flexi Mounting kit for Floor, Wall

and Pole (FMFA). FMFA is required in SM installation according to scope and it provides grounding points for
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System module grounding.

Plinth (FMFA)

1. V.104-105 is installed on the wall or pole or on ground.

2. Installation of FMFA:

Clearance space should be taken care off before starting the installation as in next point

First keep the Plinth on the floor and mark the holes as per the given drawing

Grout the Plinth as per Points shown in the picture with either Anchor Bolts in the case of Foundation or
Coach Bolts in case of shelter.

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Grounding the Plinth (FMFA)


Right after installing the plinth the very first thing that needs to be carried out is the grounding. Laying and
terminating the grounding cable at the Grounding point located at the front side of the Plinth.

Installing the Mechanical Unit (Casing of FSMFa):


There are fixing studs on the upper side of the plinth and there are 4 holes at bottom side of EMHA:

Put Casing on top of the plinth; make sure all 4 holes on the mechanical unit fit all 4 studs on plinth.
After fixation properly the mechanical unit to the back side and then tighten the screws.

Cabling of FSMF

1. Strip each DC power cable and wrap with tape; this will protect the rubber boot.
2. Remove the plug from the rubber boot.
Note: if the cables do not fit, carefully cut the rubber boot with scissors until the cables fit, it
should be a good tight fit.

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3. Feed the taped ends of the DC power cables into the rubber boot.

4. Remove the tape from the DC power cables.
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5. Install the black DC power cable into the + side of


the FSMF DC IN connector, torque screw down
terminal to 3.7 ft lb (5Nm).

6. Install the blue/red DC power cable into the - side


of the FSMF DC IN connector, torque screw down
terminal to 3.7 ft lb (5Nm).

Tighten screw terminals.

7. Pull the rubber boot over the DC in port and secure


with attached screw, torque to 1.5 ft lb (2Nm).

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8. If more than one cable is used in the rubber boot, zip


tie the end, tighten, and flush-cut the zip tie.

9. Verify all the connections are installed and properly torqued.


10. Flip the two associated breakers to the on position.
11. Verify power to the FSMF.

Installation of Optical fiber and SFP

The optical cables are connected between the


System Module and each of the RF
Modules, and are used to distribute signals
between the modules.
1. Remove the protective seals from the relevant
optical cable connector on both the
System Module and the RF Module. Store the
seals for later use.

2. Remove the protective cap from the SFP


optical transceiver and insert the
transceiver into the System Module..
3. Pull back the optical cable connector boot to
uncover the connector
4. Remove the protective plugs and clean the
connector tips according to previous
instructions. Connect the cable to the System
Module. Make sure it clicks into
place.
5. Push the connector boot firmly into place.

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6. Route the cable through the external cable


entries. Coil up the excess cable and
fasten it with cable ties to the left-hand cable
support plate on the module casing
(see next slide).

6. Remove the protective cap from the second optical transceiver and insert it into the RF Module
8. Remove the protective plugs from the optical connector and clean the tips
according to instructions. Connect the optical cable to the RF Module. Make sure it
clicks into place.
9. Push the connector boot firmly into place.

Installation of LAN cabling

1. Remove the connector seal from the relevant transmission unit connector. Store

the seal for later use.

2. Route the transmission cable through the cable entry.

3. Pull back the connector boot covering the transmission cable connector.

4. Connect the cable to the transmission unit.

5. Push the cable connector boot firmly into place

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FSMF LED information.

LED Color
EIF2/RF/6 Red: No connection.
RF/EXT link 6 status or Green: Connection OK.
transport interface 2 status Yellow: Not in use.
RF/EXT1 Red: No connection.
RF link 1 status Green: Connection OK.
Yellow: Not in use.
RF/EXT2 Red: No connection.
RF link 2 status Green: Connection OK.
Yellow: Not in use.

RF/EXT3 Red: No connection.
RF link 3 status Green: Connection OK.
Yellow: Not in use.
EIF1 Red: No connection.
Transport interface 1 Green: Connection OK.
status Yellow: Not in use.
Fan status Red: Fan fault.
Green: Fan OK.
System Module status Red: Module self-test or reset (LED red for <5 seconds) or major alarm or
critical alarm.
Red, blinking: Major alarm.
Yellow: Stand-by or blocked.
Yellow, blinking: SW download or configuration ongoing, module non-
operational.
Green: Module operational.
Green, blinking: Module is loading software or parameters or local
maintenance access when modules are operational.

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Installation of ELTEK CAB

ELTEK CAB DIM overview of ELTEK CAB

The rectifier delivered with a plinth 20 cm height

For Greenfield site, the rectifier will be located on the floor (Slab) plus the plinth content with
delivery
For Rooftop site, the rectifier will be located on the I beam plus the plinth from content the
delivery

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Refer to the below highlighted CB for the BTS connectivity

16 A 1 pole for the System Module

25 A 3 pole for the FPFC by using circuit breaker bus bar

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As shown
you will see
the CAB
roxtec

6-The guided of the


DC cales through the
6
hole between the two
shelf of CAB

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The guided of the DC cales


through the hole between
the two shelf of CAB

7-systemization and connection


with the Target CB

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Symmetry cable

BatteryConnectionKitisuseforvandalismAlarmwhenoneofthesymmetrycablebedisconnectedformore
than3seconds,thevandalismalarmappearsonsmartpackcontrollerandrelayoutput5beactivated.

Note: for clearing the vandlism alarm, reconnect cables
and then reset alarm manually by power suit software.

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System Module EAC cable wiring


Refer to the below table for the alarm connectivity

Pair: wire
Description Eltek Alarm text
color
Door of power cabinet & Door of
1: Black EXT_AL0_H X1:6
battery cabinet
AC fail & AC low & AC high &
2: Brown EXT_AL1_H X1:9
OVP
1: Battery low & battery high &
EXT_AL2_H X2:10
White/Black battery fuse
A/C power cab.& A/C battery
2: White/ cab.& Temperature batter
EXT_AL3_H X2:13
Brown cab.&smoke power cab. high &
battery fuse
3: Red EXT_AL4_H X2:16 (Vandalism) battery symmetry
4: Orange EXT_AL5_H X2:19 Rectifier alarm
3: White/Red Digital thermostat,
EXT_CTRL0_EXT_AL6_H Hight temperature
White/Grey pin 4 and 5
4:
EXT_CTRL1_EXT_AL7_H
White/Orange
5: Yellow EXT_CTRL2_EXT_AL8_H
6: Green EXT_CTRL3_EXT_AL9_H
5:
EXT_CTRL4_EXT_AL10_H
White/Yellow
6:
EXT_CTRL5_EXT_AL11_H
White/Green
7: Blue P5V0_EAC
7: White/Blue P5V0_EAC
8: Violet PROT_CAN_H_P5V_EAC
9: Grey GND X1:5, 8
8:
PROT_CAN_L_P5V_EAC
White/Violet
10: Pink GND X2: 9, 12, 15, 18

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2. Installation of the RF module (FZQE)


In TDD solution will use three RRH (FZQE) and it will be one RRH for reach sector

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1. UNIT OVERVIEW, EXPLODED VIEW

Unit Overview, exploded view


Picture2Explodedview,generalviewandfrontpanelofFZQE

2. UNIT DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT AND OTHER PROPERTIES

Unit dimensions, weights and other properties


Property Value
Height 149mm(5.9in)
Height (with covers)
Width 474mm(18.7in)
Width (with covers)
Depth 358mm(14.1in)
Depth (with covers)
Weight 23kg(50.7lb)
Weight (with covers)
Ingress Protection IP65
Nominal supply voltage 48VDC
Input voltage range 40.557VDC
Handle Yes
Volume 0.0238m3(23.8liter)
Table 2 Properties of the unit

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3. UNIT POWER CONSUMPTION

10 % RF load 30 % RF load 50 % RF load 100 % RF load Estimated


maximum
FZQE(8X20W) 243W 331W 419 W 639W 639 W
Table 3. Unit power consumption
*)Calculatedestimate

4. UNIT INTERFACES

Unit interfaces table

Connector Connector type Code Purpose


Powersupply,DCInput 3poleScrewterminalfor 086213A Powerdelivery
connector 20mm(maximum)
shieldedcable
Operationalstatevisual tricolorLED 4864296 tricolor(red,yellow,green)LEDOperationalstate
Indication(Opticalinterface refertodocumentFZQERRHHWSWInterface
&LED) Specification

Grounding(GNDscrews) 2pcsM5x10 6150240 Grounding
Antennaconnector18 4.3/10type,female RFsignalinterfaceto
antenna(s)
AISGInterface(RET) RETCableassembly 995514 AISGcontrolsignaltotheantenna
EAC(EACConnector) RJ45 5439443 Externalalarmandcontrolinterface

Opticalinterface(SFP)2pcs DuplexLCconnector 5491805 Controlandchaininginterface
(SFP)
BFconnector Ntype,female P157014
Offerroutesforsystemmoduletoprocess
beamformingandcalibration.
LMPconnector RJ45 5449340 Maintenance
Table 4. Unit Interfaces, Connectors, connector types and purposes

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Picture3FrontviewofFZQE

5. INSTALLATION SOLUTIONS

FZQERRHunitcanbeassembledonpolewithmountingkitsolutionFPKA(471649A.)andonwallwith4pcsM8
screws.

Installation solutions table


Unit Stack/floor Pole Wall Enclosure Other
FZQE No Yes Yes No N/A
Table 5. Unit Installation solutions table

6. SPECIFIC CABLING SOLUTIONS

Power cabling
RRHhaveascrewterminalsolutionandarubberboottobeused:

Maximumsize2x25/16,overalldiameter:25.0mm.

Screwterminalfixingtorque2.2NmusingTX25screwdriver.

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7. INSTALLATION TOOLS

Torquescrewdriver/TorxbitTX20/2.2Nm

Torquescrewdriver/TorxbitTX25/2.2Nm

Torquewrenchlongreachsocket18mm/1.7Nm

PneumaticPulseHandTorqueDriver,driveBit,M8HEX/20Nm.

8. UNIT CLEARANCES

Unit clearance table


Property Value
Frontspace 900mm
Backspace N/A
Topspace 360mm
Spaceonbothsides 100mm
Spaceonbothsides(iftwobasestations N/A
areinstalledsidebysideonfloororwall)
Table 6. Unit Installation clearance

Will be mounted using FPKA without FMFA and will connect the FZQE direct to the mount kit (FPKA), shown below
the FPKA structure and the method of the installation by using FPKA

Mounting kit Structure

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NOTICE: The unit's airflow runs from the lower to the upper side of the unit. Make sure
that the unit is installed in a room that allows proper ventilation.

NOTICE: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) might damage the equipment. Wear an ESD
wrist strap or use a corresponding method when handling the equipment.

Procedure
The module presented in the pictures is FZHM RRH, but the instructions can be applied
to each of the modules listed in Introduction to Flexi RRH modules.

Installing and Cabling Flexi Multiradio BTS TD-LTE


Remote Radio Head Units

Installing TD-LTE RRH onto a pole with FPKA


Issue:

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1 Fix the upper FPKA mounting bracket onto the


pole and tighten the mounting
bracket screws (M10) to 30 Nm (22.12 ft-lb).

2 Release the strain relief plate by undoing


the screw.
Save the screw for later use.

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3 When installing FZQC/E, screw the mounting kit first.


The mounting kit is not pre-assembled with FZQC/E. Install the mounting kit onto a module with M8x20 hexagon
bolts by performing the following steps.
Sub-steps
a) Use the correct holes of the mounting kit as shown in the Figure above: Mounting kit dimensions.
b) Undo four M8 screws from the new
FZQC/E unit.

c) Fix the strain relief plate onto the lower


bracket using two M5 screws and
tighten them to 4 Nm (2.95 ft-lb.).

d) Attach the upper mounting bracket with two M5 bolts.


e) Attach the lower mounting bracket with two M5 bolts.

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f) Tighten four bolts to 20 Nm (14.8 ft-lb).

4 Fix the strain relief plate onto the lower


bracket using two M5 screws and
tighten them to 4 Nm (2.95 ft-lb.).

5 Screw two screws to the upper part of the FPKA bracket. Do not tighten the
screws yet. Lift the module RRH with the pre-assembled bracket to the FPKA.
NOTICE: Do not lift the RRH on the pole by the handle. Use the lifting point instead.
NOTICE: Use a rope which is strong enough to support the module.

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Gourd hole 3_A

1_A
2

1_B
Assembly phase and Care points
a. Tighten the screws(3_A) to fix RRH to the
FPKA assembly.
b. Hang up the RRH to FPKA assembly by the 3_B
gourd hole.
c. Adjust the position of FPKA assembly (1_B).
d. Tighten the screws (3_B).

Pole mounting kits FPKA


With poles 60-120 mm (2.4 - 4.7 in.) in diameter

Possible to install units both side and back (three sides)

Can use up to 4 Flexi modules or 3 RRHs or FMSA

Two FPKA kit per fixing are needed

The FPKA has room for a maximum of four 3U Flexi modules (12U total). Two modules (or casings) can be installed
on opposite sides of the FPKA.

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Installation of FPKA steps

Fix the upper mounting bracket on the pole and attach the mounting bracket screws on the bracket.

Fix one half (the one with threads) of the lower pole mounting bracket on then FZQE adapter mechanics
with the mounting screws.

Lift the FZQE on the pole and fit it to the pole mounting bracket's mounting screws.

Tighten the mounting screws.

Place the counterpart of the lower pole mounting bracket in its place and tighten the screws.

Make sure that the pole mounting brackets are aligned and the FZQE is not twisted.

If a second FZQE or plinth is required, install it on the other side of the pole mounting bracket (if there is
enough space).

Fix the adapter mechanics on the FZQE or plinth as described in Step 3 above.

Fix the mounting screws on the upper pole mounting bracket.

Lift the FZQE or plinth on the pole and fit it to the pole mounting bracket's mounting screws and tighten
the screws.

Insert the lower fixing screws to fix the FZQE or plinth on the lower pole mounting bracket. Tighten the
mounting screws.

Make sure that the FZQE or plinth is not twisted. When the plinth is in a correct position, tighten the two
remaining screws in the lower bracket of the adapter mechanics.

Next, ground the FZQE or plinth to the site main ground.

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3. FPFC installationAssembly on casing

InputConnector

Outline of FPFC

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Steps

1. Connect the ESD wrist strap between the Ground and your wrist.

2. Insert FPFC to 2U casing.

Note:
For safety, 2pcs M5 screw should be assembly on casing as picture shown. The lock screw can stop unit drop out
when connect cable

3. Pre-rounting cable based on field


requirement
Note:

Make sure all the cable is prepared, the big size cable (outer diameter >20mm) is too hard to routing with cable
entry and front cover.

4. Connect the EAC cable to FPFC. In


order to connect EAC cable, input
sealing can be uninstall.

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Note:
Make sure EAC cable sealing is properly installed to the EAC connector. In order to install EAC cable,
please follow the step:

Push EAC sealing away from EAC


connector, it about 100mm

Insert EAC connector


Insert EAC sealing to chassis

5. Connect the grounding cable between the


FPFC front panel and the Grounding fixing
points. 1pcs M5 Torx screw is used to fix
grounding cable.

GNDfixingpoints
screw

6. Assembly sealing with input/output cable.


Note:
The reinforcement ring on sealing should be protected without any fracture
Assembly cold shrinkable tube for big size cable. The step is only available for big size cable
which outer jacket should be stripped:

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Stripped the outer jacket as picture shown. The inner jacket can be reservation for cable cross
sealing.

Stripped cable outer jacket

Assembly cold shrinking tubing follow cold shrinking tubing install instruction. The type of
cold shrinking tubing (CS73327.26)
Coldshrinkingtubing

Assembly figure cold shrinking tubing

Broken the centry of sealing ports as picture shown; cut out a 4mm hole in center of sealing, make
sure reinforcement ring is OK,

Cablediameter515mm
a) Cut Hole on sealing

If the outer diameter of input cable big than 15mm, the biggest port should be cut away as picture
shown

Cablediameter

Cable diameter

Cut sealing port for big size cable

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Route cable carefully, make sure the sealing wrap up cable without leak. Make sure the cable size
should meet ports spec.

Assembly sealing

The copper shielding wire should also be wrap up with single cold shrinking tubing as picture
shown. The type of shrinking tubing CS930345 (CYG ELECTRONICS(SHANGHAI) CO.LTD CB-
CSS35/11-188)

Singlecoldshrinkingtubing

Assembly cold shrinkabe tube

Note: Make sure the end of tubing wrap up sealing without any leakage.

7. Strip the necessary conductor wires of the input and output cables. This step can also be finished
before step 6.

a. Outer diameter <25mm

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b. Outer diameter <25mm

Stripping dimensions for cables

Note:

Special tool (CS76199.08) should be used to strip cable jacket.

Make sure insulation undamaged.

8. Connect the 48V DC input cable and 48V output cable as picture 10 shown. Fasten clamp in connector
with Torx 20 screwdriver. Assembly sealing with input connector and output connector.

Connect input/output the cable

20mm2

50mm2 80mm2

Max size of connector support

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Single unit input cable connector

Note:

The input cable can connect with input connector on Input 1 or Input 2.

Make sure there is not gap between sealing and connector

Make sure sealing is undamaged

Make sure that all the cables are properly installed to the connectors.

The torque for the connection fixing screw is 4Nm.

9. Fix FPFC to casing utilizing the Torx25


screwdriver.

FPFC assembly on 2U casing

10. Check the status of On/Off bar. All


should be On

ON status for On/Off bar


11. Check the position of current knob
based on module requirement.

Adjust current knob

Note:
The knob can be adjust with flat screw driver. Only channel 3---6 output current can be adjusted,

Adjust it to 30 A for (FZQE)

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12. Install front cover utilizing the fixing,


Fasten the Torx screw on front cover.

Assembly front cover

13. Fix the cable clamps on cable entry if necessary.

14. Fix cable with cable clamp or cable tie

1.3. Stack assembly steps

1. Connect the ESD wrist strap between the Ground and your wrist.

2. Assembly FPFC unit into casing

3. Place the second module

4. Push back unit it stop and align with the first module

5. Fix together both of casing with two screws as


picture shown.

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FPFC stack with RF module on pole

1. Follow chapter01, connect the cable and assembly cable entry and other steps

Plinth assembly steps


1. Connect the ESD wrist strap between the plinth and your wrist.
2. Assemble casing on plinth after 1.1
3. Install the FPFC module
Follow the installation steps according to chapter 1.1 assembly in casing

4. Connect FPFC grounding cable to plinth


5. Based on plinth, the FPFC can be assembled on wall & pole follow NOKIA guideline.

Figure 21 Fixing FPFC on plinth

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Antenna to be used
The antenna that will be used in our project for TDD is BroadRadio DS S-VPX0410R

AISG Control Cable

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Connectors: 2 x 8pin AISG female/male

Cable Cores: 2 x AWG24 (twisted pair) 4 x AWG18

Rate Current: 5A

Protection Class: IP67

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Temperature Range: -40-+80

Jacket Material/Color: PVC/Black

Diameter: 8 mm

Flammability class: UL94 V-0

Cable Length (connectors included) Product Number

1m AFM-P8C6-1M

2m AFM-P8C6-2M

3m AFM-P8C6-3M

5m AFM-P8C6-5M

10m AFM-P8C6-10M

15m AFM-P8C6-15M

20m AFM-P8C6-20M

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For Wiimax sites, the connection after replacing the antenna is as shown below

Port 8 Port 1

For non Wiimax sites, the connection after replacing the antenna is as shown below

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Chapter4
FlexiMultiradio10BTSCapacityExtension
SubModule(FBBA)


Contents of the Capacity Extension sub-module (FBBA) delivery

Item name Item code Quantity

FBBA Capacity Extension sub-module 472182A 1


QSFP cable 995298 1
Power cable 995297 1

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ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSCapacityExtensionSubModule(FBBA)cabling
Beforeyoustart

NOTICE:Incorrectcablesandsealsmaynotprovideappropriateingressprotection.UseonlytestedIP65classoutdoorcableswith
sealsprovidedbyNokia.Thisisrequiredforbothindoorandoutdoorinstallations,includingtheoutdoorcabinet.

Procedure


1 RemoveIPsealsfromtheFBBAportsthatyouaregoingtouse.

Storethesealsforlateruse.


2 Connectthepowercable(995297)fromtheDCoutportontheFSMxcoretotheDCinportontheFBBAfrontpanel.

Makesureitclicksintoplace.

Figure: Connectingpowercable

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3 Pushtheconnectorsealsfirmlyinplace.
4 IfusingtwoFBBAsubmodules,chainthepowercablefromtheDCoutportofthefirstFBBAtotheDCinportofthesecondFBBA.

Figure: Chainingpowercable


5 Pushtheconnectorsealsfirmlyinplace.


6 ConnectaQSFPcable(995298)fromtheBBEXT1portontheFSMxcoretotheBBEXTportontheFBBAfrontpanel.

NOTICE:MakesurethepowercableisconnectedbeforeconnectingtheQSFPcable.

Makesureitclicksintoplace.

Figure: ConnectingQSFPcable


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7 Pushtheconnectorsealsfirmlyinplace.


8 IfusingtwoFBBAsubmodules,connectaQSFPcable(995298)fromtheBBEXT2portontheFSMxcoretotheBBEXTportofthe
secondFBBA.

Figure: ConnectingsecondQSPFcable


9 Pushtheconnectorsealsfirmlyinplace.


10 Makesurethatalltheconnectorsealsareproperlyinstalled.


11 Ifapplicable,installafrontcoverontheFSMx.

NOTICE:Donotbreakthemaximumbendingradiusof40mm(1.57in.)fortheQSFPcables.Bendthecablesupwardsas
showninFigure:BendingtheQSFPcables(1)andFigure:BendingtheQSFPcables(2),ensuringthattheouteredgesofthe
cablesarewithinthefrontcoverinnerdimensions.

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Figure: BendingtheQSFPcables(1)


Figure: BendingtheQSFPcables(2)

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Chapter5
ConnectingFlexiMultiradio10BTSRRH(FZQE)cabling

TwoFBBAsarerequiredforthisconfiguration.


Note:Thepictureshowonlythefirstsectorconnection,theothersectorsaredoneinthesamewayastheonein
thepicture

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Chapter6
GPSGLONASSReceiverAntenna(FYGB)


FYGB is an external GNSS (supports GPS +
Glonass) RF antenna & receiver used for
providing 1PPS + ToD synchronization to the
BTS
Power supply +15V from the Sync In (HDMI) port
of the System Module
BTSoperationandcontroloverexistingGPSReceiver

BTSSM,includingalarmreporting(plugandplay)
Outdoor&Indoor*,IP67,40~85C
95x72.5mm(DxH),0.154kg
472748A:FYGBGPSGLONASSReceiverAntenna
Optional:


471605AFYMAGPSMountingKit
471606AFYHAGPSCableSet30m,or
471653AFYHBGPSCableSet100m
472510AFTSEGPSCableAssembly,30m,or
472577AFTSHGPSCableAssembly,100m,or
472870AFTSMFlexiMR10GPScable300m
471812AFYEAGPSSurgeProtectorKit(optional)
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INSTALLING FLEXI GPS SURGE PROTECTION KIT (FYEA) V. 103


TheseinstructionsshowhowtoinstallFlexiGPSSurgeProtectionKit(FYEA)471812A.103.Theassemblyprotects
theFlexiSystemModuleagainsttransientvoltageandcurrentspikesintheGPSantennaline.

TheFYEAenclosureisconnectedbetweentheSystemModuleandtheGPSantenna.
TheFYEAcanbeinstalledonthesystemmodulecasingasshowninthebelowphoto.


1 OpenthelidoftheFYEAenclosure.

Figure: OpeningtheFYEAlid

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2 Connectthegroundingcable.
RoutethegroundingcablefromthebottomrightcorneroftheFYEAenclosuretothegroundingpointontheplinth.
Figure:Connectingthegroundingcable


3 CuttheGPScable.
CuttheGPScableandremovearound70mm(2.76in)ofthecablejacketand8mm(0.31in)ofthewirecovering.
Figure: Exposingthewires

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4 RemovetheglandnutsandIPplugs.

5 Threadthecablethroughtheglandnuts.

6 ConnectthecablestotheFYEAenclosure.
ConnectthewirestotheFYEAenclosureinthefollowingway:
Table: FYEAconnections
Pair PositionOUT(toGPS
Color PositionIN(toSystemModule)
number antenna)
Brown 1 2
4
White 3 4
Green 7 8
3
White 9 10
Orange 11 12
2
White 13 14
Blue 17 18
1
White 19 20


Figure:Connectingcables

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7 Tightentheglandnutsto2.5Nm(1.84ft.lb.).

8 RoutetheGPScablestotheSystemModuleandtotheGPSantennarespectively.

9 ChecktheFYEAconnectionsandclosethelid.

Figure: ClosingtheFYEAlid


10 ConnecttheGPScableendstotheSystemModuleandGPSantennarespectively.

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Labeling

To be sure that all the items will be labeled with the right way and with the agreed format.

Clean the site

Be sure that you leave the site proper and clean as it should be.

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Cable Label Set for FDD/TDD - LTE
Textsize Labelsize
NUMBER OF BAG SPECIFIC USE LabelName Quantity Remarks
(mm) (mm)
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 1 TDDA1.R1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 2 TDDA1.R2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 3 TDDA1.R3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 4 TDDA1.R4 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 5 TDDA1.R5 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 6 TDDA1.R6 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 7 TDDA1.R7 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH port 8 TDDA1.R8 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RRH BF TDDA1.R9 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 1 TDDA2.R1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 2 TDDA2.R2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 3 TDDA2.R3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 4 TDDA2.R4 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD JUMPER CABLES TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 5 TDDA2.R5 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 6 TDDA2.R6 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 7 TDDA2.R7 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH port 8 TDDA2.R8 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec2 from Antenna to RRH BF TDDA2.R9 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 1 TDDA3.R1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 2 TDDA3.R2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 3 TDDA3.R3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 4 TDDA3.R4 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 5 TDDA3.R5 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 6 TDDA3.R6 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 7 TDDA3.R7 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH port 8 TDDA3.R8 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD Jumper cable of Sec3 from Antenna to RRH BF TDDA3.R9 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 1 FDDA1.R1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 2 FDDA1.R2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 3 FDDA1.R3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD JUMPER FOR 2T2R
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 4 FDDA1.R4 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 5 FDDA1.R5 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM1 port 6 FDDA1.R6 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 1 FDDA2.R1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 2 FDDA2.R2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 3 FDDA2.R3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD JUMPER FOR 4T4R
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 4 FDDA2.R4 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 5 FDDA2.R5 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD Jumper cable of Sec1 from Antenna to RFM2 port 6 FDDA2.R6 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD DC Cable from RRH Sector1 to FPFC slot3 TDDDCPWRSec1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD DC Cable from RRH Sector2 to FPFC slot4 TDDDCPWRSec2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD DC Cable from RRH Sector3 to FPFC slot5 TDDDCPWRSec3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD DC Cable from RFM1 to FPFC slot1 FDDDCPWRRFM1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
DC SUPPLY CABLES
FDD DC Cable from RFM2 to FPFC slot2 FDDDCPWRRFM2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FPFC DC cable from FPFC input to Rectifier CB FPFCINREC 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FSMF-TDD DC cable from FSMF input to Rectifier CB FSMFTDDREC 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FSMF-FDD DC cable from FSMF input to Rectifier CB FSMFFDDREC 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
AC SUPPLY CABLES Rectifier AC Cable from PDB CB to Rectifier CB ACpower 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
Alarm Cables FSMF-TDD EAC from Rectifier to FSMF EAC port EXTAlarm 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FSMF TDD FSMFTDD 3 35x10 1 Sticker
FSMF FDD FSMFFDD 3 35x10 1 Sticker
Circuit Breaker
FPFC FPFC 3 35x10 1 Sticker
AC Rectifier from PDB CB to Rectifier CB PDBRectifierTDD/FDD 3 35x10 2 Sticker
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec1 CPRITDDSec1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec1 CPRITDDSec1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec2 CPRITDDSec2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec2 CPRITDDSec2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec3 CPRITDDSec3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
Fiber Cable
TDD-RRH FO cable Sec3 CPRITDDSec3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD-RFM1 FO cable CPRIFDDRFM1.1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD-RFM1 FO cable CPRIFDDRFM1.2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD-RFM2 FO cable CPRIFDDRFM2.1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDD-RFM2 FO cable CPRIFDDRFM2.2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
GPS GPS Cable Antenna GPSSyncIN 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
Ground Cable of RECTIFIER GNDTDDRECTIFIER 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FSMFplinth GNDFSMF 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDDRRHSec1 GNDRRHSec1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
TDDRRHSec2 GNDRRHSec2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
GROUNDING
TDDRRHSec3 GNDRRHSec3 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDDRFM1 GNDRFM1 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FDDRFM2 GNDRFM2 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc
FPFCplinth GNDFPFC 3 35x10 2 Acrilyc