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LampSite Solution

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Date 2014-12-30

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Contents

1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Positioning ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
1.2.1 GSM, WCDMA, and LTE...................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.2 WLAN..................................................................................................................................................... 4

2 Hardware Architecture ................................................................................................................. 5


2.1 Product Architecture ......................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 BBU ................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.3 DCU ................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.4 RHUB3908....................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.4.1 RHUB3908 Exterior ............................................................................................................................... 8
2.4.2 RHUB3908 Ports .................................................................................................................................... 9
2.4.3 PSU ....................................................................................................................................................... 11
2.5 pRRU3901 ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.5.1 pRRU3901 Exterior .............................................................................................................................. 13
2.5.2 pRRU3901 Ports ................................................................................................................................... 14
2.6 pRRU3902 ..................................................................................................................................................... 18
2.6.1 pRRU3902 Exterior .............................................................................................................................. 18
2.6.2 pRRU3902 Ports ................................................................................................................................... 19

3 Installation and Application Scenarios .................................................................................. 22


3.1 Installation Scenarios ..................................................................................................................................... 22
3.2 Application Scenarios ..................................................................................................................................... 22

4 O&M System ................................................................................................................................ 24


5 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 26
5.1 RF Specifications ........................................................................................................................................... 26
5.2 Wi-Fi Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 28
5.4 Physical Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 30
5.4.1 RHUB3908 Specifications .................................................................................................................... 30
5.4.2 pRRU3901 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 31
5.4.3 pRRU3902 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 31
5.5 Environment Requirements ............................................................................................................................ 32

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5.6 Standards Compliance .................................................................................................................................... 33

A Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 35

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1 Introduction

1.1 Positioning
Mobile operators continuously seek partners who can efficiently and cost-effectively provide
cutting-edge technologies with which to build high-quality, multimode-enabled,
future-oriented mobile networks.
Huawei continues to innovate based on customer requirements, as evidenced by the
development of its future-oriented LampSite solution that integrates radio resources and
multiple technologies. This solution is designed to expand system capacity, eliminate
coverage holes, and provide comprehensive indoor coverage for multiple networking modes,
such as GSM, UMTS, and LTE.
Improving coverage penetration in multimode scenarios, the Huawei LampSite solution uses
an optimized hardware and software architecture that features simplicity, ease-of-deployment,
and significant capital expenditure (CAPEX) savings.
The base station deployed in the Huawei LampSite solution is comprised of a baseband unit
(BBU), pico remote radio unit (pRRU), and an RRU HUB (RHUB). These modules can be
flexibly configured to suit network requirements

1.2 Benefits
The cutting-edge modular design of the Huawei LampSite solution along with the multi-mode
networking technologies allow operators to easily build the sites to customization fully
capable of accommodating different base station models.
The Huawei LampSite solution can greatly reduce both network construction costs and
Operation Expenditure (OPEX) of operators during site acquisition, capacity expansion, and
environmental protection.

1.2.1 GSM, WCDMA, and LTE

Ease-of-Deployment
 Connection of network elements (NEs) by optical fibers or Ethernet cables is low-cost
and allows for ease-of-deployment.
 The pRRU supports power over Ethernet (PoE).
 The pRRU has a modular design that supports flexible multimode configurations.
 The Huawei LampSite solution is managed by the same operations support system (OSS)
as the macro network, and the entire network achieves E2E management.

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High Performance
 Cells can be split to expand system capacity.
 The Huawei LampSite solution produces little background noise, with a superior access
success rate and a low service drop rate.
 The Huawei LampSite solution supports both CPRI-MUX convergence and CPRI
compression. CPRI is short for common public radio interface.

Smooth Evolution
Multiple networking modes can coexist in one BBU configured with boards in different
modes.
By using the software-defined radio (SDR) technology that supports flexible software
configurations, radio frequency (RF) modules provide support for flexible multimode
configurations.
Supporting UMTS/LTE, one RF daughter board on the pRRU can be used in refarming for
mode evolution and deployment cost reduction. UMTS/LTE refers to UMTS only, LTE only,
or UMTS+LTE in this document.

Collaboration
Collaboration between indoor micro base stations offers enhanced capability to cell edge
users (CEUs) while reducing deployment costs.
Collaboration between micro and macro base stations, both indoors and outdoors, offers
enhanced capability for CEUs while reducing network planning costs.

1.2.2 WLAN
In SRAN9.0 and later versions, Wi-Fi daughter boards can be configured on the pRRU3901.
Specifically, the pRRU3901 can work in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Industrial, Scientific,
and Medical frequency (ISM) bands. The Huawei LampSite solution supports orthogonal
frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS), and
complementary code keying (CCK) demodulation technologies, able to provide a data
transmission rate of 300 Mbit/s on each frequency band.
 In compliance with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n standards, when OFDM is used, the Huawei
LampSite solution uses two RF modules to provide a maximum transmission rate of 300
Mbit/s on each frequency band in multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) 2x2 mode.
 The Huawei LampSite solution demonstrates high stability when peak performance is
required. The processor provides high throughput and robust load capability. Stable
signal strength and quality ensure reliable wireless network operations. Automatic power
and frequency adjustment and load balancing enable flexible and stable large-scale
network operation.
 A rich variety of network security features are provided, such as firewalls, media access
control (MAC) address filtering, IP address filtering, link integrity protection, and
protection against XML denial-of-service (XDos) attacks.
 To further ensure network security, WLAN authentication and privacy infrastructure
(WAPI), wired equivalent privacy (WEP), Wi-Fi protected access (WPA), WPA2, and
802.1X are supported.

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2 Hardware Architecture

2.1 Product Architecture


‎Figure 2-1 shows the product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution in UMTS, LTE,
or UMTS+LTE mode.

Figure 2-1 Product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution in UMTS, LTE, or UMTS+LTE
mode

NOTE

The hardware shown in ‎Figure 2-1 can be applied in all modes. The BBU can be configured with
baseband processing units in various modes to meet specific networking requirements, and the pRRU
can be configured with RF daughter boards at different modes and frequency bands to support
multimode applications.

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On a LampSite network, the RHUB cannot share the same BBU with the RF module of a macro base
station.

‎ igure 2-2 shows the product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution in GSM+UMTS
F
mode. The RF power for the GSM mode in the pRRU3901 is modified on the DCU.

Figure 2-2 Product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution in GSM+UMTS mode

In SRAN9.0 or later, the pRRU3901 with a Wi-Fi daughter board can be used to connect the
LampSite network to a wireless local area network (WLAN) over the GE interface on the
pRRU3901. ‎Figure 2-4 shows the product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution
providing Wi-Fi services.

Figure 2-3 Product architecture of the Huawei LampSite solution providing Wi-Fi services

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The connection principles for the Huawei LampSite solution are as follows:
 The distance between the BBU and the lowest level RHUB should not exceed 10 km.
 Up to four levels of RHUBs can be cascaded. However, pRRUs cannot be cascaded.
 One RHUB provides eight CPRI_E ports (CPRI_E0 to CPRI_E7), each allowing
connection to one pRRU. An RHUB can be connected to a maximum of eight pRRUs.
 The RHUB and a pRRU are connected by CAT5e or above cables. With an internal PoE
module providing power, the distance between the two devices can be extended to a
maximum of 100 m, or up to 200 m if an extender is installed.

2.2 BBU
For more details about the BBU, see BBU3900 Description or BBU3910 Description.

2.3 DCU
For more details about the DCU, see DBS3900 IBS Product Description.

2.4 RHUB3908
The RHUB3908 collects CPRI data from RF remote devices. The main functions of the
RHUB3908 are as follows:
 The RHUB3908 works with the BBU and pRRU to provide indoor coverage.
 In the downlink, the RHUB3908 receives the baseband data from the BBU, routes the
data to different routes, and transmits the data to pRRUs. In the uplink, the RHUB3908
converges the data from pRRUs and transmits the data to the BBU.
 The internal PoE module in the RHUB3908 provides power to the pRRU.

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2.4.1 RHUB3908 Exterior


‎Figure 2-4 shows the RHUB3908 exterior.

Figure 2-4 RHUB3908 exterior

‎Figure 2-5 provides the dimensions of the RHUB3908.

Figure 2-5 RHUB3908 dimensions

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2.4.2 RHUB3908 Ports


‎Figure 2-6 shows the ports on the RHUB3908 panel. For details about the power supply unit
‎ .4.3 "PSU."
(PSU), see section 2

Figure 2-6 RHUB3908 panel

1. PSU 2. AC input 3. Ground screw

‎Table 2-1 describes the function of each port on the RHUB3908.

Table 2-1 Ports on the RHUB3908

Label Description
CPRI0 Optical port used for signal transmission between the RHUB and
the BBU or between the RHUB and the upper-level/lower-level
CPRI1 RHUB
GE0/1 FE/GE electrical port (reserved)
EXT_ALM Dry contact alarm port used for monitoring backup power system
alarms
ETH Reserved port
PWR0~7/CPRI_E0~ Power supply ports and transmission ports between the RHUB and
CPRI_E7 pRRUs
Power input socket Port for AC power input
RST Hardware reset button (restores hardware to original default
configurations)
Ground screw Used for connecting to PGND cables. If the PGND cable uses a
one-hole OT terminal, connect the cable to the ground screws at the
bottom of the panel.

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‎Table 2-2 describes the RHUB3908 indicators.

Table 2-2 RHUB3908 indicators

Indicator Color Status Description

RUN Green Steady on Power is being supplied to the unit, but


there is a fault on the RHUB.
Steady off No power is being supplied to the unit, or
there is a fault on the RHUB.
Blinking on for 1 The RHUB is functioning properly.
second and off
for 1 second
Blinking on for The RHUB is loading software,
0.125 seconds configuring data, or not working.
and off for 0.125
seconds
ALM Red Steady on Alarms have been generated indicating
that the RHUB must be replaced.
Steady off No alarms have been generated.
Blinking on for 1 Alarms have been generated. Clear the
second and off alarms by referring to the alarm reference.
for 1 second If the alarms persist, replace the RHUB.
ACT Green Steady on The RHUB is activated and functioning
normally.
Steady off The RHUB is not activated.
Blinking on for 1 The device is being commissioned.
second and off
for 1 second
CPRI0/CPRI Red or Steady green The CPRI link is functioning properly.
1 green
Steady red An optical module has failed to transmit or
receive signals due to faulty optical
module or broken optical fiber.
Blinking red on The CPRI link is out of lock due to
for 1 second and possible asynchronous dual-mode clock
off for 1 second sources or mismatched data rates
transmitted over the CPRI ports.
Steady off The optical module is not detected or is
powered off.
GE0/1 Green Steady on The connection is established.
Steady off No connection is detected.
This indicator
is on Yellow Blinks Data is being transmitted or received.

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Indicator Color Status Description


only when the
PHS feature
Steady off No data is being transmitted or received.
is enabled.

PWR0~7 Yellow Steady on The RHUB is supplying power to the


pRRU.
Blinking on for 1 The PSE is negotiating or faulty.
second and off
for 1 second
Steady off The RHUB is not supplying power to the
pRRU.
CPRI_E0~CP Green Steady on The CPRI link is functioning properly.
RI_E7
Steady off The CPRI link is out of lock due to
possible disconnection of an Ethernet
cable or physical-layer fault.

2.4.3 PSU
The PSU converts 110 V/220 V AC power into –57 V DC power.

‎Figure 2-7 shows the PSU exterior.

Figure 2-7 PSU exterior

1. Indicators 2. PSU buckle 3. PSU handle

NOTE
The buckle and handle are used to secure the PSU in the RHUB box.

‎Figure 2-8 shows the PSU indicators.

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Figure 2-8 PSU indicators

1. Power supply indicator 2. Alarm indicator 3. Fault indicator

‎Table 2-3 provides descriptions and handling suggestions for PSU indicator statuses.

Table 2-3 PSU indicator status

Indicator Color Status Indication Handling


Suggestion
Power Green Steady on AC power input to the No action is required.
indicator PSU is normal.
Steady off No AC power is being Check whether the
supplied to the PSU. AC power input to the
PSU is normal. If the
AC power input is not
normal, replace the
PSU.
The PSU is damaged. Replace the PSU.
Blinking on The PSU is being No action is required.
for 1 second checked.
and off for 1
second
Alarm Yellow Steady on High temperature has Ensure that the PSU
indicator caused PSU over-power vent is not blocked
alarms or breakdown and the ambient
alarms. temperature is within
the normal operating
range.
AC power input under Check the voltage of
voltage the power grid.
The PSU is hibernating. No action is required.
Steady off No protection alarms No action is required.
have been reported on
the PSU.
Blinking on The PSU is Power off and then
for 1 second disconnected from the power on the RHUB.
and off for 1 monitoring module. If the problem
second persists, replace the
PSU.

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Indicator Color Status Indication Handling


Suggestion
Fault Red Steady on The PSU switch off Unplug the PSU, wait
indicator automatically when the for one minute, and
power input exceeds the re-insert the PSU.
specified voltage.
There is no power Replace the PSU.
output because the PSU
is faulty.
Steady off The PSU is functioning No action is required.
properly.

2.5 pRRU3901
The pRRU processes RF signals as follows:
 Performs digital-to-analog conversion on the baseband signals received from the BBU,
up-converts these baseband signals to the transmit frequency band using the zero IF
technology, filters and amplifies these signals, and sends them to the antenna for
transmission over the transmit channel.
 Receives the RF signals from the antenna over the receive channel, down-converts these
RF signals to baseband signals, filters and amplifies these baseband signals, and sends
them to the BBU for processing.
NOTE
The CPRI data is transmitted over Ethernet cables.
The pRRU3901 supports the following:
 Internal or external antennas
 PoE
 Flexible multimode configurations, with RF daughter boards for multiple radio access technologies
(RATs) and at different frequency bands
 Wi-Fi daughter boards supporting data transmission services

2.5.1 pRRU3901 Exterior

‎Figure 2-9 shows the pRRU3901 exterior.

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Figure 2-9 pRRU3901 exterior

‎Figure 2-10 shows pRRU3901 dimensions.

Figure 2-10 pRRU3901 dimensions

2.5.2 pRRU3901 Ports


This section describes the ports and indicators on the pRRU3901. ‎Figure 2-11 shows the ports
and indicators on the pRRU3901.

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Figure 2-11 Ports and indicators on the pRRU3901

‎Table 2-4 describes the ports on the pRRU3901.

Table 2-4 Ports on the pRRU3901

Port Description
ANT0 The port is used to connect the external antenna when
required if the pRRU is configured with the RF Daughter
ANT1 Board 1.
 In UMTS mode, ANT0 is TX/RX port 0, ANT1 is
RX port 1.
 In LTE mode, ANT0 is TX/RX port 0, ANT1 is
TX/RX port 1.
ANT2
ANT3 The port is used to connect the external antenna when
required if the pRRU is configured with the RF Daughter
Board 2.
 In UMTS mode, ANT2 is TX/RX port 2, ANT3 is
RX port 3.
 In LTE mode, ANT2 is TX/RX port 2, ANT3 is
TX/RX port 3.
ANT4

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Port Description
ANT5 The port is used to connect the external antenna when
required if the pRRU is configured with the RF Daughter
Board 3 or Wi-Fi daughter board.
 In UMTS mode, ANT4 is TX/RX port 4, ANT5 is
RX port 5.
 In LTE mode, ANT4 is TX/RX port 4, ANT5 is
TX/RX port 5.
PoE A PoE port for transmitting CPRI data between the
CPRI_E0 RHUB and the pRRU.

The PoE silkscreen indicates that the CPRI_E0 port supports the
PoE power supply.

CPRI_E1 A non-PoE port connected for transmitting CPRI data


between the RHUB and the pRRU.
GE An Ethernet port used for Wi-Fi data backhaul.
Used to secure the pRRU3901. Locks are generally not
prepackaged, and must be purchased separately.

‎Table 2-5 describes the pRRU3901 indicators.

Table 2-5 pRRU3901 indicators

Indicator Color Status Description


RUN Green Steady on The power supply is connected, but the
pRRU is faulty.
Steady off There is no power input, or the pRRU is
faulty.
Blinking on for 1 The pRRU is working properly.
second and off
for 1 second
Blinking on for The pRRU is loading software, configuring
0.125 seconds data, or not working.
and off for 0.125
seconds
ALM Red Steady on Alarms have been generated indicating that
the pRRU must be replaced.
Blinking on for 1 An alarm has been generated. This may be
second and off caused by a fault on the module or a port.
for 1 second Therefore, the module may have to be
replaced.
Steady off No fault has been detected.

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Indicator Color Status Description


RU1 Red or Steady green The RU1 daughter board is online, but not
green providing services.
Blinking green The RU1 daughter board is running
on for 1 second properly.
and off for 1
second
Steady off The RU1 daughter board is not installed.
Steady red The RU1 daughter board is faulty.
RU2 Red or Steady green The RU2 daughter board is online, but not
green providing services.
Blinking green The RU2 daughter board is running
on for 1 second properly.
and off for 1
second
Steady off The RU2 daughter board cannot be
detected.
Steady red The RU2 daughter board is faulty.
RU3/WIFI Red or Steady green The RU3 daughter board or Wi-Fi daughter
green board is online, but not providing services.
Blinking green The RU3 daughter board or Wi-Fi daughter
on for 1 second board is running properly.
and off for 1
second
Steady off The RU3 daughter board or Wi-Fi daughter
board cannot be detected.
Steady red The RU3 daughter board or Wi-Fi daughter
board is faulty.
CPRI_E0 Green Steady on The CPRI link is functioning properly.
Steady off The CPRI link is not functioning properly.
CPRI_E1 Green Steady on The CPRI link is functioning properly.
Steady off The CPRI link is not functioning properly.
GE Green Steady on The GE port is connected correctly.
Steady off The GE port is disconnected.
Orange Blinking Data is being transmitted over the GE port.
Steady off No data is being transmitted over the GE
port.

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2.6 pRRU3902
The pRRU processes RF signals as follows:
 Performs digital-to-analog conversion on the baseband signals received from the BBU,
up-converts these baseband signals to the transmit frequency band using the zero IF
technology, filters and amplifies these signals, and sends them to the antenna for
transmission over the transmit channel.
 Receives the RF signals from the antenna over the receive channel, down-converts these
RF signals to baseband signals, filters and amplifies these baseband signals, and sends
them to the BBU for processing.
NOTE
The CPRI data can be transmitted over Ethernet cables.
SRAN9.0 and later versions support the pRRU3902, which supports the following:
 Internal or external antennas
 PoE
 Flexible multimode and multi-frequency band configurations

2.6.1 pRRU3902 Exterior


‎Figure 3-1 shows the pRRU3902 with internal antennas and the pRRU3902 supporting
external antennas.

Figure 2-12 pRRU3902 exterior

‎Figure 2-13 shows pRRU3902 dimensions.

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Figure 2-13 pRRU3902 dimensions

2.6.2 pRRU3902 Ports


This section describes the ports and indicators on the pRRU3902 panels.

‎Figure 2-14 shows the physical ports and indicators on the pRRU3902. The pRRU3902
supporting external antennas is used as an example.

Figure 2-14 Ports and indicators on the pRRU3902

‎Table 2-6 describe the ports on the pRRU3902.

Table 2-6 Ports on the pRRU3902

Port Description

ANT0 TX/RX port 0

ANT1 TX/RX port 1

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ANT2 TX/RX port 2

ANT3 TX/RX port 3


PoE A PoE port connected to the RHUB. This port is used to transmit CPRI
CPRI_E0 data between the RHUB and the pRRU.

The PoE silkscreen indicates that the CPRI_E0 port supports the PoE power
supply.

CPRI_E1 A non-PoE port connected to the RHUB. This port is used to transmit
CPRI data between the RHUB and the pRRU.

‎Table 2-7 describes the pRRU3902 indicators.

Table 2-7 pRRU3902 indicators


Indicato Descripti Color Status Meaning
r on
3GPP White Steady on If the CPRI indicator is steady on
and the RUN indicator is
steady white, power is being
supplied to the pRRU. If the RUN
indicator is steady on but the CPRI
indicator is steady off, the cell is
normal and the pRRU3902
is working properly.
Steady off If the RUN indicator and the CPRI
indicator are steady off, no power is
being supplied to the pRRU.
Blinking on for The pRRU is working properly.
1 second and
off for 1
second
Blinking on for The pRRU is loading software,
0.125 seconds configuring data, or not working.
and off for
0.125 seconds
Orange Steady on The pRRU is faulty.
Steady off The pRRU is normal.
CPRI Orange Steady on If the RUN indicator is steady on
and the CPRI indicator is
steady white, power is being
supplied to the pRRU.

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r on
Steady off The CPRI link is functioning
properly.
Blinking on for The CPRI link is not functioning
1 second and properly.
off for 1
second

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3 Installation and Application Scenarios

3.1 Installation Scenarios


The RHUB3908 stands 1 U in height and can be installed in a cabinet, rack, shelf, or on a wall.
The pRRU can be installed on a wall or ceiling.

3.2 Application Scenarios


The Huawei LampSite solution provides indoor coverage for high-traffic areas, such as office
buildings, shopping malls, bars, hotels, and parking lots. Because the RHUB and pRRU are
light and compact, they can be installed anywhere indoors.
In office buildings, BBUs are normally installed in an equipment room, and RHUBs and
pRRUs are normally installed in the office areas, as shown in ‎Figure 3-1.

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Figure 3-1 Example of the LampSite

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4 O&M System

The operation and maintenance (O&M) system of the Huawei LampSite solution enables a
hardware-independent mechanism and provides powerful O&M functions to meet various
O&M requirements. The system can be operated in either Man-machine language (MML) or
over the graphical user interface (GUI).

‎Figure 4-1 depicts an O&M system that provides local and remote maintenance for base
stations. The system uses an SRAN local maintenance terminal (LMT) and the Huawei
U2000.

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Figure 4-1 O&M system

In the preceding figure:


 SRAN LMT: The local maintenance terminal is used to configure and maintain the
G/U/L base station services. Maintenance personnel can maintain base stations locally
using the SRAN LMT or remotely using the remote maintenance channel.
 U2000: As the network management center of Huawei, the U2000 centrally maintains
multiple base stations. The U2000 is a platform from which users can configure data
(from the CME), monitor alarms and performance, upgrade software, and manage
inventory.

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5 Technical Specifications

5.1 RF Specifications
‎Table 5-1 lists the frequency bands and modes supported by the pRRU.

Table 5-1 Frequency bands and modes supported by the pRRU


Frequency Mode RX Frequency Band TX Frequency Band
Band (MHz) (MHz)
1.8 GHz full LTE and GSM 1710 to 1785 1805 to 1880
band
2.1 GHz UMTS and LTE 1920 to 1980 2110 to 2170
2.6 GHz LTE 2500 to 2570 2620 to 2690
AWS UMTS and LTE 1710 to 1755 2110 to 2155
PCS UMTS and LTE 1850 to 1910 1930 to 1990

NOTE
The 2.1 GHz, AWS, and PCS frequency bands supported by the pRRU3901 and the 2.1 GHz frequency
band supported by the pRRU3902 support UMTS+LTE dual modes on one RF daughter board.
The pRRU3902 supports only the 2.1 GHz UMTS, 1.8 GHz LTE, and 2.1 GHz LTE frequency bands.
In SRAN9.0 or later, only the pRRU3901 supports concurrent configuration of daughter boards at the
1.8 GHz LTE, 2.1 GHz UMTS+1.8 GHz LTE, or PCS UMTS+AWS LTE frequency bands with the
Wi-Fi daughter board at any frequency band. For details about frequency bands of Wi-Fi daughter
boards, see ‎Table 5-3.

‎Table 5-2 lists RF specifications of a pRRU.

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Table 5-2 RF specifications of a pRRU

Mode RX and Capacity Receiver Maximum Output Power


TX Sensitivity (mW)
Channel with One
Antenna
(dBm)

GSM 1T1R 4 carriers N/A 50 mW


UMTS 1T1R/1T2 2 carriers -112 1 carrier: 1 x 200
R 2 carriers (pRRU3901):
80 mW per carrier in 11 or
1001 configuration
40 mW per carrier in 101
configuration
2 carriers (pRRU3902):
80 mW per carrier in 11
configuration
LTE 2T2R 1 carrier. The -94 2 x 100
bandwidth per
carrier is 5, 10, 15,
or 20 MHz.
UMTS UMTS: UMTS: 1 carrier UMTS: 1 x 50 (UMTS) + 2 x 50
/LTE 1T2R LTE: 1 carrier -112 (LTE)
on one LTE: LTE: -94
daught The bandwidth is
2T2R 5, 10, or 15 MHz.
er
board

NOTE
 ATBR in the RX and TX Channel column indicates that this RF module has transmit channels
(where "A" indicates number of channels) and receive channels (where "B" indicates the number of
receive channels).
 C x D W in the Maximum Output Power column indicates that this RF module has C TX
channels with the maximum output power of D mW for each TX channel.
 The maximum output power of the pRRU can be measured at the antenna port or calculated by using
the following formula:
Maximum output power of the pRRU = Maximum output power of the PA - Internal loss

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 The LTE receiver sensitivity is measured, as recommended in 3GPP TS 36.104, under a 5 MHz
channel bandwidth based on the FRC A1-3 in Annex A.1 (QPSK, R = 1/3, 25 RBs) standard.
 The 11 configuration indicates two continuous carriers are configured with 5 MHz of spacing
between the center frequencies of two neighboring carriers. In 101 or 1001 configuration,
discontinuous carriers are configured. The value "0" indicates the spacing is 5 MHz. For example,
the 1001 configuration indicates that two discontinuous carriers are configured and the spacing
between the center frequencies of the two carriers is 15 MHz.

5.2 Wi-Fi Specifications


‎Table 5-3 lists Wi-Fi specifications.

Table 5-3 Wi-Fi specifications


Item Specifications
Supported 2.4 GHz frequency band: 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
frequency 5 GHz frequency band: 5.15 GHz to 5.35 GHz, 5.470 GHz to 5.725
band GHz, and 5.725 GHz to 5.850 GHz
Gain (dBi) 2.4 GHz frequency band: 4 dBi
5 GHz frequency band: 4.7 dBi
Transmit 2 x 50 mW on each frequency band
power
Maximum 300 Mbit/s on each frequency band
Throughput
Single/dual The single-band mode and dual-band mode are supported. The 5 GHz
band mode frequency is automatically disabled if the ambient temperature is
higher than 39°C.
MIMO 2T2R
Maximum 256
number of
associated
users
Polarization Linear
Mode
Directionality Omnidirectional

5.3 Configuration Specifications


‎Table 5-1 and ‎Table 5-2 describe the maximum configurations of one BBU.

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Table 5-1 Maximum configurations of one BBU (SRAN9.0 or later)

Item UMTS Only LTE Only UMTS+LTE UMTS+LTE


(Separate-MPT) (Co-MPT)

Number of 24 24 24 24
RHUBs
Number of 96 96 96 48
pRRUs
Number of RF 96 96 96 (UMTS) + 96 96
daughter boards (LTE)

Number of cells 24 36 24 (UMTS) + 18 24(UMTS) +


(LTE) 18 (LTE)
Number of 96 96 / /
pRRUs serving
the same cell
Number of sector 48 36 36 (UMTS) + 18 36 (UMTS) +
equipment (LTE) 18 (LTE)
groups
Number of 192 /
UMTS carriers 192 (UMTS) + 96 (UMTS) +
Number of LTE / 96 96 (LTE) 48 (LTE)
carriers

Table 5-2 Maximum configuration specifications of one BBU (SRAN8.0)

Item UMTS Only LTE Only UMTS+LTE UMTS+LTE


(Separate-M (Co-MPT)
PT)

Number of 12 12 12 12
RHUBs
Number of 96 96 96 48
pRRUs
Number of RF 96 96 96 (UMTS) + 96
daughter 96 (LTE)
boards
Number of 12 36 12 (UMTS) + 12 (UMTS) +
cells 18 (LTE) 18 (LTE)
Number of 96 48 / /
pRRUs serving
the same cell

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Item UMTS Only LTE Only UMTS+LTE UMTS+LTE


(Separate-M (Co-MPT)
PT)

Number of 24 36 18 (UMTS) + 18 (UMTS) +


sector 18 (LTE) 18 (LTE)
equipment
groups
Number of 192 / 192 (UMTS) 96 (UMTS) +
UMTS carriers + 96 (LTE) 48 (LTE)
Number of / 96
LTE carriers

NOTE
In preceding tables, the number of sector equipment groups in UMTS+LTE
separate-MPT or co-MPT scenarios is calculated based on the assumption that three
UMTS baseband processing units and three LTE baseband processing units are installed.
The following are the configuration principles for the Huawei LampSite solution:
 UMTS
Four-level RHUB cascading is supported on a CPRI link, and RF combination for a
maximum of 16 pRRUs is supported on each link.
 LTE
− In SRAN8.0, RF combination for a maximum of eight pRRUs served by one RHUB
is supported.
− In SRAN9.0 or later, four-level RHUB cascading is supported on a CPRI link, and
RF combination for a maximum of 16 pRRUs is supported on each link. A maximum
of two E-UTRAN cells served by one RHUB support RF combination with cells
served by other RHUBs. However, the rest cells served by the RHUB do not support
RF combination with cells served by other RHUBs.
NOTE
RF combination indicates the combination of RF cells.
In the preceding tables, the number of RF daughter boards is described for the pRRU3901.

For the number of required Ethernet cables between the pRRUs and RHUBs in various
networking scenarios, see LampSite Configuration Principles.

5.4 Physical Specifications


5.4.1 RHUB3908 Specifications
‎Table 5-3 lists RHUB3908 specifications.

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Table 5-3 RHUB3908 specifications

Item Specifications
Dimensions Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm)
43.6 482 310
Weight ≤‎8‎kg
Input voltage 100 V AC to 120 V AC; 200 V AC to 240 V AC
Transmission Eight FE/GE electrical ports
port Two FE/GE optical ports
Power < 40 W
consumption
Power supply 8 x 90 W: Each CPRI_E provides 90 W of power.

5.4.2 pRRU3901 Specifications


‎Table 5-4 lists pRRU3901 specifications.

Table 5-4 pRRU3901 specifications

Item Specifications

Dimensions Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm)


230 230 50
Weight ≤‎2.4 kg
Input voltage PoE: –36 V DC to –57 V DC
Transmission port Three FE/GE electrical ports
Power consumption With one RF daughter board:‎≤‎30‎W
With two RF daughter boards:‎≤‎42 W

5.4.3 pRRU3902 Specifications


‎Table 5-5 lists pRRU3902 specifications.

Table 5-5 pRRU3902 specifications

Item Specifications

Dimensions Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm)

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200 200 pRRU3902 with
internal antennas: 30
pRRU3902
supporting external
antennas: 35
Weight ≤ 1.2 kg
Input voltage PoE: –42.5 V DC to –57 V DC

Transmission Two FE/GE electrical ports


port
Power ≤ 26.5 W
consumption

5.5 Environment Requirements


‎Table 5-6 lists environment requirements.

Table 5-6 Environment requirements

Item Specifications
Operating temperature RHUB: –5ºC to +50ºC
pRRU: –5ºC to +40ºC
Storage temperature –40ºC to +70ºC
Relative humidity 5% RH to 95% RH
Absolute humidity 1 g/m3 to 30 g/m3
Operating pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa
Protection rate IP20
Operating environment EUROPEAN ETS 300 019-1-3 Temperature-controlled
locations Class 3.2
Storage environment ETSI EN300019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class1.2 "Weather
protected, not temperature-controlled storage locations"
Transport environment ETSI EN300019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04) class 2.3 "Public
transportation"

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Item Specifications
Anti-seismic IEC 60068-2-57 (1999-11) Environmental testing – Part 2-57:
performance Tests – Test Ff: Vibration – Time-history method
YD5083-99: Interim Provisions for Test of Anti-seismic
Performance of Telecommunications Equipment (telecom
industry standard in the People's Republic of China)
TM
GR63 5.4.1 zone4: NEBS Requirements: Physical Protection
Protection from damp, Class B
mold, and salt-spray fog

5.6 Standards Compliance


‎Table 5-7 lists the standards with which the devices comply.

Table 5-7 Standards compliance

Item Specifications
EMC The base station complies with the following standards related to
electromagnetic compatibility:
 CISPR22 Class B
 GB9254 Class B
 IEC61000-3-2
 IEC61000-3-3
 IEC 61000-4-2
 IEC 61000-4-3
 IEC 61000-4-4
 IEC 61000-4-6
 IEC 61000-4-11
 VCCI Class B
3GPP R99, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, and R10
Environment RoHS
protection standard
Surge protection IEC61000-4-5 surge immunity
standard
Protection standard  ETSI EN301 489
 IEC 61000-4-5
 ITU-T K.20
 YD 5098-2001
Safety Standards IEC60950

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Item Specifications
Environment standard  IEC 60068-2
 ETSI EN 300 019-2-1
 ETSI EN 300 019-2-2
 ETSI EN 300 019-2-3

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A Acronyms and Abbreviations

3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project


AC Alternating current
BBU Baseband Unit
CPRI Common Public Radio Interface
CME Configuration Management Express
DC Direct current
DCU Distributed Control Unit
GSM Global Service Mobile
GUI Graphical user interface
LMT Local Maintenance Terminal
LTE Long Term Evolution
MIMO Multiple Input Multiple Output
MBTS Multimode Base Station
PSU Power Supply Unit
pRRU pico Remote Radio Unit
RF Radio frequency
RHUB RRU HUB
SDR Software Defined Radio
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

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