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Standard Site Cabling and Antenna Line System
Installation
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NOKIA NODE-B SITE
Shelters,
Towers,
Masts,
Poles
Installation
Materials
Base
Stations
Cellular
Transmission
Systems
Antenna
Systems
Power Systems
Site
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ANTENNA LINE
ANTENNA SYSTEM PRODUCTS
Antenna
Jumper cable
Connector
Grounding kit
Feeder
cable
Feeder
clamps
EMP protector
Combiners
diplexers
Mast Head
Amplifier
and BiasT
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Panel Antenna used:


CS72761.11 (K742215) XPol F 1710-2170M 65deg 18dBi 0-
10T

CS72191.14 DT-kit for A, F & Euro panel

CS72196 Clamp 50-115mm for A, F & Euro panel

ANTENNA LINE
Antenna Installation
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ANTENNA LINE
Antenna Installation
Mechanical Downtilt adjustment (Kathrein)
Use glued/engraved
scale provided with
downtilt kit to adjust
antenna to correct
angle of tilt
Confirm always with
angle meter!
If scale doesnt exist
use angle meter to
adjust antenna to
correct angle of tilt
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1 The antennas to be used is CS72761.11 (K742215) XPol F 1710-
2170M 65deg 18dBi 0-10T with downtilt kit CS72191.14 DT-kit for
A, F & Euro panel and CS72196 Clamp 50-115mm for A, F &
Euro panel.
2 The jumper cable is a flexible low loss cable (1/2"), which is used
at the ends of the feeder. It protects the connectors from the
forces caused by the feeder cable. Antenna side jumper cable
(2A) is 1.5m and at the BTS side(2B) is 3m.
3 7/16 connector are made of silver plated brass or a special grade
of copper. All connectors are IP68-classified.
4 The grounding kit ensures that the Antenna line is DC grounded
as a protection against lightning.Two grounding kits shall be
installed in one (1) feeder run,one at the antenna side and
another one before the bend.All grounding kits shall be
terminated to alloted busbar with dedicated 35mm2 grounding
cable directly terminated to earth
5 The RF-feeder is corrugated coaxial cable. It can be of different
sizesi.e. 1/2, 7/8 and 1 5/8, depending on the length of the
mast and the desired attenuation.
6 Supplied Cable clamps are made of stainless steel and plastic
and are easy and quick to install. Design of the clamps prevents
over tightening of feeder cable.Minimum spacing of the clamps
for 7/8 feeder cable is 900mm and max of 1000mm.
7 A compact EMP protector protects the BTS against lightning and
over voltage that may occur down the antenna line.

6
5
1
3
4
2A
7
ANTENNA LINE System Configuration
for Smart 3G Trial Tower site (w/out MHA)
2B
35mm2 grounding
cable to earth
35mm2 grounding
cable to earth
25mm2
grounding cable
Concrete Pad
C-channel / I-beam
Label
Label
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Different types of cables are positioned in different level and tightened
to cable channel with cable ties. Cable order horizontal installation from
bottom row to top row: Power, Grounding and Signal. Vertical
installation from left to right Power, Grounding and Signal.
In one row cable tie distance from each other is 400mm.
Guideline should be used also with DC cables which run in horizontal
and vertical cable channel. Cables has to be separated and tightened
with cable ties.
Cables should run straight, no cable tangle.
Transmission cables should be separated from RF, AC, DC and alarm
cables to avoid possible interference.
Signal cables
Grounding cables
Power cables
SITE CABLING
Cable positioning in cable channel
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SITE CABLING
Feeder Connections
Proper tools have to be
used.
All connections have to be
tightened to correct torque.
SMA connector 1-1.2Nm
N connector 1-1.7Nm
7/16 connector 25Nm
CS 77564.20
RS Torque wrench 25 Nm,
27/32mm
CS 77507.25
RS Torque wrench SMA, 1Nm
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FEEDER TYPE FREQUENCY FREQUENCY FREQUENCY
900 MHz 1800 MHz 2000 MHz

RFF 3/8-50 13.9 dB/100m 20.5 dB/100m 21.8 dB/100m


RFF 1/2-50 10.6 dB/100m 15.6 dB/100m 16.7 dB/100m

RF 1/2-50 6.88 dB/100m 10.1 dB/100m 10.7 dB/100m

RF 7/8-50 3.53 dB/100m 5.04 dB/100m 5.53 dB/100m AVA !!

RF 1 1/4-50 2.74 dB/100m 4.12 dB/100m 4.39 dB/100m

RF 1 5/8-50 2.11 dB/100m 3.05 dB/100m 3.36 dB/100m AVA !!


3 db is general attenuation limit for antenna line. Network planning team specify exact attenuation limit and used
feeder on each site.

ANTENNA LINE
Feeder Attenuation
NOTE: Given values are for NK Cables feeder cables except 7/8 and 15/8 are for Andrew
AVA cable type, other manufacturers may have different values, check the proper values
before implementation from manufacturers data sheets
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1. Verify that antenna support are installed and in right location.
2. Hoist the antenna up to the antenna support.
Note: when hoisting antenna in foul weather conditions, it is necessary to control antenna
movement to avoid damage. Use ropes etc.
3. Install the antennas on the antenna support exactly vertical or with a specified offset.
4. Use the data specified in the site installation documentation to set the antenna heading,
height, vertical and horizontal separation.
5. Connect one end of the antenna jumpers to the antennas, leaving the opposite ends
open.
Note: the open ends should be protected from moisture.
6. Clamp the jumpers to the antenna support.
ANTENNA LINE
General instructions for antenna installation
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All outdoor fastening hardware must be marine grade stainless steel or
acid-proof i.e. nuts / bolts / flat washers / spring washers.
Use material provided by antenna manufacturer.
Follow antenna manufacturer installation instructions.
* These hardware torques are normally limited to pole mounts.
ANTENNA LINE
Antenna Hardware Type and Torque Specifications


All Antenna



Pole Mounting
Hardware
THREAD SIZE

M8
M10
M12

M20
M22
M28
TORQUE Nm

11 14.1
23 29.5
37 47.5

60 *
60 *
60 *
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Contact between metals from the opposite group can
generate severe corrosion of the conductor from the
anodic section. Care must be exercised when
terminating one conductor to another. Where possible
commercially available transition sections/joints should
be used.

Attention must be given to the following:

Use only copper to copper connections where possible.
Ensure that bare copper is not allowed to be placed in
contact with zinc or steel of a tower. In such cases tin
plated copper may be used. Alternatively, stainless steel
section may be placed between the copper and zinc or
iron surfaces.
Ensure correct fixing of screws, nuts and washers.
Copper or stainless steel screws and washers must be
used against bare copper surfaces.
If possible, use anti-corrosive compound on the surfaces
between dissimilar metals. This prevents oxidation over
long periods.
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Dissimilar Metals Electrolysis Reaction

Electrolytic Table for Various Common Metals
NOTE: Any stainless steel hardware used must be marine grade or
acid-proof.
METAL GROUP
Aluminum (Al)
Zinc
Cadmium
Iron or Steel (Fe)
Steel Alloys, Stainless Steel
(INOX)

Tin/Lead alloy solders ANODIC Metals
Tin
Lead (Pb)
Brass CATHODIC Metals
Bronze
Copper (Cu)
Nickel/Copper alloys
Silver alloy solders
Silver
Gold

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Feeder bending radius guidelines should always be followed to avoid damaging the feeder
which causes more cable loss (see antenna and feeder installation document)
NOT allowed:
NOT OK
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder bending radius
NOT OK
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ANTENNA LINE
Feeder bending radius
NOTE: Given values are for NK Cables feeder cables, other manufacturers may have different
values, check the proper values before implementation from manufacturers data sheets

FEEDER TYPE MINIMUM SINGLE MINIMUM REPEATED
BENDING RADIUS BENDING RADIUS

RFF 3/8-50 13 mm 25 mm

RFF 1/2-50 15 mm 30 mm

RF 1/2-50 80 mm 160 mm

RF 7/8-50 120 mm 250 mm

RF 1 1/4-50 200 mm 350 mm

RF 1 5/8-50 250 mm 500 mm
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RFF 3/8
RFF 1/2
RF 1/2
RF 7/8
RF 1 1/4
RF 1 5/8
REPEATED
BENDING RADIUS
SINGLE BENDING
RADIUS
25mm
30mm
160mm
250mm
350mm
500mm
80mm
120mm
200mm
250mm
FEEDER TYPE
REPEATED
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Feeder bending radius
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Follow feeder manufacturer installation instructions.
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Distance for feeder clamps



1/4 Superflex

3/8 Superflex

1/2 Superflex

1 /2 Feeder

7/8 Feeder

1-5/8 Feeder
Prefered

150mm

150mm

250mm

500mm

900mm

1000mm
Max

200mm

200mm

300mm

600mm

1000mm

1400mm
Cable Type Support Distance Spacing
NOTE: Given values are for NK Cables feeder cables, other manufacturers may have
different values, check the proper values before implementation from manufacturers
data sheets
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Follow feeder manufacturer installation instructions.
RF 3/8 superflex
Support Distance Spacing
RFF 1/2 superflex
RF 1/2
RF 7/8
RF 1 5/8
RF 1/4 superflex
1000mm
900mm
500mm
250mm
150mm
150mm 200mm (Max)
200mm (Max)
300mm (Max)
600mm (Max)
1000mm (Max)
1400mm (Max)
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Distance for the feeder clamps
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TAKE CARE OF:
MINIMUM BENDING RADIUS
MAXIMUM PULLING FORCE
CORRECT DRUM HANDLING
CORRECT TOOL/CABLE HANDLING
ORDINARY CABLE FIXING
COMPLETE WATER STOPS
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder cable installation
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USE protective gloves!
CHECK the condition of the standard cutting tools.
Check the condition of the connector package against
water
Check the connector installation instructions: correct
measure / number of wave tops
Wind the cable tool in the marked direction of the arrow.
Do not press the tool more than needed
Use correct torque in all connections
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Tools and connection
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CRITICAL: DO NOT GO OVER maximum pulling force limit
as the jacket may break.
AVOID: jerky pulling to control the forces.
USE: smooth and even pulling.
TAKE CARE OF sharp edges, rough surfaces, extra
torsions, bend radius.
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder cable installation
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0 m < length < 10 m -RF 1/2"
11 m < length < 35 m -RF 7/8"
36 m < length < 50 m -RF 1-5/8"
length > 50m add MHA RF 1-5/8"

3db is general attenuation limit. The calculation above is based on the normal
installation with 1.5m RFF 1/2" jumper for antenna and 3m or 4m RFF 1/2" jumper for
BTS.

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Feeder type for different length
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TAKE CARE OF sharp edges !
Recommended clamp distance for cables 1/2 to
1 5/8 is 1000 mm
Clamps FIXED TOO TIGHT cause rising of the
return loss
Take care of NOT TO DROP plastic cushions
Cables shall be terminated by the resistive load
(or source) impedance equal to the characteristic
impedance, which generally is 50


ANTENNA LINE
Fixing the RF feeder cable clamps
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OK : Correct / Tidy Method
Correct open
Z bend jumper
shape
Stainless Steel
hangar Kits and
Hose clamps
support jumper
Not OK :Incorrect / untidy Method
Incorrect
Jumper shape
No cable support
to the pole
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Antenna jumper cable installation
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The distance clamps for jumper cables is about 500mm
It is vitally important that the internal and external jumper cables have to be
supported securely. For the 1.5m jumper, minimum 2 (two) points of
support are to be used, and for the 3m jumpers, minimum 4 (four) points.

1.5m jumper, used
2 securing points
( at least )
ANTENNA LINE
Antenna jumper cable installation
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Jumpers Cables have to be installaed
as straight as possible.
Avoid additional bendings.
Follow manufacturers bending
instructions.
Proper tools have to be used during
jumper installation.
All cables have to be fixed properly.
Prefabricated jumpers have to be used
always when possible.
On existing sites most practical solution
should be used.

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Antenna jumper cable installation
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Proper tools have to be used.
All connections have to be tightened
with correct torque, including unit
securing screws.
SMA connector 1-1.2Nm
N connector 1-1.7Nm
7/16 connector 25Nm
ANTENNA LINE
Jumper Connection
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ANTENNA LINE
Loose RF-connector laboratory test
How loose RF-connector influences to performance:
It seems that also 7/16 connector is very sensitive to fixing torque. When
you loosen the connector, at first you'll get intermodulation problems, then
you loose return loss values. Very easily you'll get 6...12dB return loss
values, when you loosen slightly the connector (fixing torque 5...10Nm).
However most of the power is still passing the loose connector, but you get
VSWR alarms and insertion loss increases easily 1..2dB.
Further, think about if you have 1,5m jumper cable with both ends loose
connector. The signal reflects on the both end of jumper and the result is
3rd stage reflections. Depending the frequency and cable length
(=depending of the phase of reflection), you'll get very very easily VSWR
problems.

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Jumper Cables have to be installed as straight
as possible.
Avoid additional bendings.
Follow manufacturers bending instructions.
Proper tools have to be used during jumper
installation.
All cables have to be fixed properly.
Prefabricated jumpers have to be used always
when possible.
On existing sites most practical solution should
be used.

NOT OK
OK
3 meter
Jumper
3 meter
Jumper
OK
NOT OK
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Antenna jumper cable installation
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Jumper Cables have to be installed as straight
as possible.
Avoid additional bendings.
Follow manufacturers bending instructions.
Proper tools have to be used during jumper
installation.
All cables have to be fixed properly.
Prefabricated jumpers have to be used always
when possible.
On existing sites most practical solution should
be used.
Think about future.

1.5meter
Jumper
OK
OK
1.5meter
Jumper
OK
NOT OK
NOT OK
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Antenna jumper cable installation
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Storing cables indoors is recommended
Check the cable ends before installation
Protect the drum/cable ends after cutting; preferably by heat
shrinkable rubber cap
Grounding kits: sealing class IP 67. Ground wire connector to be
checked after careful pressing.
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Water stops / proofing kit
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Option: 1

This is normal site in
perfect installation
method.

*All Feeder or jumper
cable should be tidy
inside the cable
trunking when the
Feeder cable need to be
laid on the floor.
Option: 2

This is critical site in
perfect installation
method.

*All Feeder or jumper
cable should be tidy
inside the cable
trunking when the
Feeder cable need to be
laid on the floor.
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BTS feeder jumper cable installation
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Option: 1

This is normal site in
Problem installation.

*When using shorter
jumper
( 2, 3 meter ), installation
will be difficult. Over
bending is possible when
using RF7/8 or RF 1 5/8
feeder cables when
installing cable tidy to
cable trunking.
Shorter jumper
Longer jumper
ANTENNA LINE
BTS feeder jumper cable installation
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Site Ground Bar
If vertical rise of the RF cable is
greater than 40m for every step
then center earth kit is required
to be installed
Ground kit
EMP for each
feeder is needed,
If MHA used
install only the
grounding kit
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder grounding kits positions
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The grounding kit must always be positioned on the straight part of feeder cable and never on a bend or
curve in the cable.
Grounding kit's earthing cable can be cut or extended to make grounding cable connection to busbar as
straight as possible.
Acceptable
installation
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Feeder grounding kit positions
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An electrical screw connection consists of a cable lug, which has
to be secured to a surface. A bolt, washer, locking ring and
sometimes a nut are used. These items must be arranged in the
following order:
- Bolt.
- Locking ring.
- Washer.
- Cable lug.
- Earthing busbar.
- Washer.
- Locking ring.
- Nut.
When doing up screw connections, it is important to use the
correct tightening moment. The correct tightening moments for
common bolt sizes are given in the table below.
The earth impedance for a typical BTS site should be less or
equal than 10 Ohm.
ANTENNA LINE
Screw connection grounding system
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ANTENNA LINE
FEEDER GROUNDING CABLING
All EMPs have to be connected to EMP
grounding busbar
EMP manufacturer material have to be
used
Feeders have to be grounded before the
feeder entry
All feeder grounding kits have to be
connected to feeder entry grounding
busbar
Feeder grounding kit manufacturer
material have to be used
Used cable lugs have to be suitable for
used grounding cable
All cables have to be labeled on both
end of the cable
Proper tools have to be used during
grounding cable installation
All cables have to be fixed properly
EMP GROUNDING
BUSBAR
FEEDER ENTRY
GROUNDING
BUSBAR
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ANTENNA LINE
FEEDER GROUNDING CABLING
Feeders have to be grounded after
antenna jumper connection
All feeder grounding kits have to be
connected to feeder grounding busbar
Feeder grounding kit manufacturer
material have to be used
Used cable lugs have to be suitable for
use with grounding cable
All cables have to be labeled on both
end of the cable
Proper tools have to be used during
grounding cable installation
All cables have to be fixed properly
FEEDER
GROUNDING
BUSBAR
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ANTENNA LINE
FEEDER GROUNDING CABLING
Feeders have to be grounded approx.
500-1000mm before horizontal bending
All feeder grounding kits have to be
connected to feeder grounding busbar
Feeder grounding kit manufacturer
material have to be used
Used cable lugs have to be suitable for
used grounding cable
All cables have to be labeled on both
end of the cable
Proper tools have to be used during
grounding cable installation
All cables have to be fixed properly
FEEDER
GROUNDING
BUSBAR
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ANTENNA LINE
EMP Grounding bar connection

To Grounding Busbar
EMP
EMP earth cable
Insulated earth bar mounted on
cable ladder / AM4
Jumper to BTS
To Antenna
Plastic Insulator
each end of bar
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ANTENNA LINE
Grounding kit Grounding bar connection

To Grounding Busbar
Grounding kits earth cable
Insulated earth bar mounted on
cable ladder / AM4
To BTS
To Antenna
Plastic Insulator
each end of bar
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ANTENNA LINE
RF connector position
Connector body must not
be in contact with cable
ladder. Position connectors
between the ladder rungs
or insulate the ladder rung
with rubber sheeting.
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All outdoor antenna line connections, grounding kits and wall
entries have to be weather proofed.
Connections where weather proofing is needed:
Feeder to feeder
Feeder to antenna and MHA
Feeder to EMP and combiner (if located outdoor)
Grounding kits have to be sealed according to manufacturer
instructions.
Wall feed through have to be properly sealed.
Ensure that all connectors are on correct torque before
sealing!


WEATHER
PROOFING NEEDED
ANTENNA LINE
Weather Proofing
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1. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
2. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF SELF AMALGAMATING
TAPE
3. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
2. TWO STRETCH WRAPPED WRAPS
OF SELF AMALGAMATING TAPE
(STRETCH 30%, OVERLAPPING 50%)
20
50 50 20
3. THREE WRAPS OF
INSULATION TAPE
(OVERLAPPING 50%)
1. ONE WRAP OF INSULATION TAPE
(OVERLAPPING 50%)
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder to Feeder connection
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2. TWO STRETCH WRAPPED WRAPS
OF SELF AMALGAMATING TAPE
(STRETCH 30%, OVERLAPPING 50%)
50 20
1. ONE WRAPS OF INSULATION
TAPE (OVERLAPPING 50%)
CABLE TIE
3. THREE WRAPS OF
INSULATION TAPE
(OVERLAPPING 50%)
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder to Antenna, Combiner or MHA connection
1. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
2. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF SELF AMALGAMATING
TAPE
3. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
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2. TWO STRETCH WRAPPED WRAPS
OF SELF AMALGAMATING TAPE
(STRETCH 30%, OVERLAPPING 50%)
50 20
3. THREE WRAPS OF
INSULATION TAPE
(OVERLAPPING 50%)
CABLE TIE 50 20
1. ONE WRAP OF INSULATION
TAPE (OVERLAPPING 50%)
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder to EMP connection
1. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
2. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF SELF AMALGAMATING
TAPE
3. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
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TWO WRAPS OF SELF
AMALGAMATING TAPE
(OVERLAPPING 50%)
20 50
100 20
THREE WRAPS OF INSULATION
TAPE (OVERLAPPING 50%)
ANTENNA LINE
Feeder to Grounding kit connection
1. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF SELF AMALGAMATING
TAPE
2. CONNECTION TO BE TAPED USING APPROVED TYPE OF INSULATION TAPE
* Use this method if grounding kit is not supplied with weather proofing tapes or taping
instructions
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ANTENNA LINE
Commissioning
Follow the instructions given in work instructions.
Fill up the return loss and insertion loss values to the site folder.
Print return loss measurements to A4 paper, sign and attach to site folder.
One (1) antenna line per one A4.
Attach measurements to site folder also on electrical format (CD-ROM).
ANTENNA LINE
RETURN LOSS
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Commissioning
Smart has assigned the following operating frequencies:
- Reception Frequency: 1920 MHz to
1935.1 MHz
- Transmit Frequency: 2110.3 MHz to
2125.1 MHz

The commissioning of the antenna system composes of
Return Loss measurements on both transmit and receive
feeder for all sectors. Also antenna line attenuation and
length have to be measured and filled to site folder for
Node-B commissioning purposes.

2 separate measurements per feeder has to be done for
antenna line with MHA
- Measurement 1: Feeder, Jumpers, and Antenna
- Measurement 2: Feeder, Jumpers, MHA and
Antenna

Reception measurement will be carried out with in the
bandwidth of 1920 MHz up to 1980 MHz with markers M1
on 1920 MHz and M2 on 1935.1 MHz. M5 peak value will
identify highest measurement between M1 and M2
markers.

Transmit measurement will be carried out with in the
bandwidth 2110 MHz up to 2170 MHz with markers M3 on
2110.3 MHz and M4 on 2125.1 MHz. M6 peak value will
identify highest measurement between M3 and M4
markers.

The Return Loss must be less than what is specified in
Nokia UltraSite WCDMA Antenna System User Manual at
any point between the markers.
Antenna System Return Loss limits without MHA
Antenna System Return Loss limits with MHA