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Ericsson RBS 6000 Series Guidelines

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Overview of RBS 6000 Macro Series


Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
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Overview of RBS 6000 Macro Series


Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Overview of RBS 6000 Macro Series


Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Overview of RBS 6000 Macro Series


Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Hardware Architecture
RBS 6102
POS

A
B
D

Climate System

Support Control Unit -The SCU


controls the climate system and is
the central control unit of the RBS
support system. The SCU executes
the main part of the control functions
in the RBS support system.

Radio Unit(RU)- The RU receives


digital data and converts it to analog
signals. It also receives radio signals
and converts these to digital signals.

Digital Sub-rack(Digital Unit)

Power Units(Including power


subrack) PDU, PCU, BFU,PFU

Batteries

Transmission Module

OVP for Transmission and External


alarms

SAU - The SAU is an alarm


connection panel that connects
external alarms
and transmission through the OVP.

D
C

C
E

I
F
G

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Name Of Unit/Description

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Hardware Architecture
RBS 6202

B
C

D
F

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POS

Name Of Unit/Description

Fan

Power Control Filter

Support Control Unit(SCU)

Power Distribution Unit

Radio Unit

Digital Unit

Power Filter Unit(PFU)

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Hardware Architecture
RBS 6101
POS

Climate System

Support Control Unit -The SCU


controls the climate system and is
the central control unit of the RBS
support system. The SCU executes
the main part of the control functions
in the RBS support system.

Radio Unit(RU)- The RU receives


digital data and converts it to analog
signals. It also receives radio signals
and converts these to digital signals.

Digital Sub-rack((Digital Unit)

Power Units(Including power


subrack),PDU, BFU,PFU

Transmission Module

OVP for Transmission and External


alarms

SAU - The SAU is an alarm


connection panel that connects
external alarms
and transmission through the OVP.

Power Control Unit

E
I

Name Of Unit/Description

G
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Hardware Architecture
RBS 6102
POS

H B

C
D
C

Name Of Unit/Description

Power Connection Filter(PCF)

Support Control Unit

Radio Unit(RU)- The RU receives


digital data and converts it to analog
signals. It also receives radio signals
and converts these to digital signals.

Digital Sub-rack(Digital Unit)

Power Units(Including power


subrack),PDU

Power Filter Unit. And PCU

Transmission Module

Support Hub Unit

F
G
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Radio Configuration
Summary

Radio Building Block(RBB) is a


unique way of combining RUs or RRUs in
one sector. The RBB defines the capacity
for a sector and the connections to the
antenna system and the DUs.

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Digital Building Block(RBB) is


a unique way of combining RUs or RRUs
in one sector. The RBB defines the
capacity for a sector and the connections
to the antenna system and the DUs.
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Radio Configuration
Digital
Unit

Radio Unit

Summary
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Radio Configuration
Digital Unit

Summary

Macro RBS

Lowest SW Level

Frequency Band

Standard

DUW 10

P7.1.6

NA

WCDMA

Up to 6 sectors

DUW 20

P7.1.5

NA

WCDMA

Up to 6 sectors

DUW 30

P7.1.6

NA

WCDMA

Up to 6 sectors

2 x DUW

P7.1.6

NA

WCDMA

Up to 6 sectors

DUG 10

G10A_1 or G11A

NA

GSM

DUG 20

G10B

NA

GSM

DUL 20

L10B

NA

LTE

Macro RBS

Lowest SW Level

Frequency Band

Standard

RUW 01
RUL 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUG 11
RUG 11
RUG 11
RUG 11
RUG 11
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUW 02
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01
RUS 01

P7.1.5
L10A
L10A
L10A
G10A_1 or G11A
G10A_1 or G11A
G10A_1 or G11A
G10A_1 or G11A
G10A_1 or G11A
G10B
G10B/W10B
P7.1.7
G10B/W10B
W10B
G10B
W10B
L11A
G10B/W10B/L11A
W10B/L11A
L11A

2100
700
2600
1700/2100
900P
900E
850
1800
1900
900P
900E
1500
850
1700/2100
1800
1800
1800
1900
2100
800DD

WCDMA
LTE
LTE
LTE
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM/WCDMA
WCDMA
GSM/WCDMA
WCDMA
GSM
WCDMA
LTE
GSM/WCDMA/LTE
WCDMA/LTE
LTE

Radio Unit

Remarks

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Only one DUG 10 in G10A_1

Remarks
Only for RBS 6201 and 6101
Only for RBS 6201 or 6101
G10A_1 only for RBS6201
G11A is only for RBS 6201/6102/6101

Only for RBS 6201/6102


Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101
Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101
Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101
Only for RBS 6201
Only for RBS 6201/6101
Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101
Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101
Only for RBS 6201/6102/6101

Note: mixing RUG11 and RUS01 in GSM configurations are supported from G11A and onwards as described in CPI but can only be
ordered as the same as for building multistandard configurations. All radio units are applicable for RBS6101/6102/6201/6202 unless
stated otherwise.
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GSM Radio Configuration


Radio Frequency Band
Options
GSM

Band

Network Planning

Radio Unit

Band Designation
RUG 11

RUS 01

B0

900P

Yes

Yes

B2

1900

Yes

Yes

B3

1800

Yes

Yes

B5

850

Yes

Yes

B8

900E

Yes

Yes

B0|B3

900P|1800

Yes

Yes

B3|B0

1800|900P

Yes

Yes

B8|B3

900E|1800

Yes

Yes

B3|B8

1800|900E

Yes

Yes

B5|B2

850|1900

Yes

Yes

B2|B5

1900|850

Yes

Yes

B5|B3

850|1800

NA

NA

B3|B5

1800|850

NA

NA

Single Band

Dual Band

Summary

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GSM Radio Configuration RUG 11


Summary

Configuration
(sector x Carrier)

Combining

1x2
1x2
1x4
2x2
2x2
2+4
2x4
3x2
3x2
2+2+4
2+4+4
3x4
2|2
2|4
2x2|2x2
2x2|2x4
3x2|3x2

combined/uncombined
TCC/4WRD
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
TCC/4WRD
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
TCC/4WRD
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined

Frequency
Bands

HW Units

Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual

1RUG,1DUG
2RUG,1DUG
2RUG,1DUG
2RUG,1DUG
4RUG,1DUG
3RUG,1DUG
4RUG,1DUG
3RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG
4RUG,1DUG
5RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG
2RUG,1DUG
3RUG,1DUG
4RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG

Lowest SW
Support

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G10A_1 or G11A
onwards
G10A_1is with
RBS6201(-48V
only)

Contd..

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GSM Radio Configuration RUG 11


Summary

Configuration
(sector x Carrier)

Combining

1x6
1x8
2x3
2x6
2x8
3+3+2
3+3+4
3x6
3x8
4|4
4|6
6|6
8|8
2x4|2x4
2x4|2x6
2x6|2x6
3x2|3x4
3x2|3x6
3x4|3x4

combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined
combined/uncombined

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Frequency
Bands

HW Units

Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual

3RUG,1DUG
4RUG,1DUG
3RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG
8RUG,2DUG
4RUG,1DUG
5RUG,1DUG
9RUG,2DUG
12RUG,2DUG
4RUG,1DUG
5RUG,1DUG
6RUG,1DUG
8RUG,2DUG
8RUG,2DUG
10RUG,2DUG
12RUG,2DUG
9RUG,2DUG
12RUG,2DUG
12RUG,2DUG

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Lowest SW
Support

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G11A and
Onwards
only
RBS
6201/6102/6101

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GSM Radio Combining Types RUG 11


Summary

There are four types of different configurations to use depending on preference.


The different configurations are given from how the transmit signals are combined. The
combining types to choose between: uncombined, combined and TCC / 4WRD.

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Uncombined Mode
Means that the GSM carriers are not subject to any combining at all. The output power
is 3.5 dB higher than combined mode.
The drawback is that it requires more feeders and antennas compared with combined
mode.
Uncombined mode is normally used for coverage applications such as rural, highway
and suburban environments. Uncombined capacity is added in steps of two carriers.
Configurations based on uncombined mode sometimes referred to as Coverage
Mode.

Combined Mode
Means that the GSM carriers are subject to hybrid combining inside the RU. The
output power is reduced with 3.5 dB compared with uncombined.
The advantage with combined mode is that it reduces the number of feeders and
antennas compared with uncombined mode.
Combined mode is normally used in capacity applications such as dense urban, urban
and suburban environments. Combined capacity is added in steps of two carriers per
sector. Configurations based on combined mode are sometimes referred to as
Capacity Mode.

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GSM Radio Combining Types RUG 11


Summary

TCC / 4WRD

Network Planning

Transmitter Coherent Combining and Four Way Receiver Diversity


Mode where two GSM carriers are coherently combined into one GSM carrier with 2.5
dB higher output power than uncombined mode.
Transmitter Coherent Combining is used for Downlink.
Four Way Receiver Diversity is used for Uplink.
4WRD is used on the uplink together with TMAs. The uplink improvements will then be
in the range of 3.45 dB. The configuration of TCC and 4WRD is sometimes referred
to as Supreme Coverage Mode.
TMA supporting is ordered as a separate SW feature.

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GSM Radio Configuration RUS 01


Summary

Radio Unit Number per sector for RUS 01

1 ~ 6 (For 1 or 2 sector configurations)


1 ~ 4 (For 3 sector configurations)
1 ~ 3 (For 4 sector configurations)
1 ~ 2 (For 6 sector configurations)

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Output Power per Carrier for RUS 01


Maximum Output Power of the RUS 01 is 60 W, measured at the Antenna reference
point.
Output power options are handled by Activation
codes. Additional output power could be added
Output Power Expansions, without the need of
any additional HW.

Number of Carriers per sector for RUS 01

1 ~ 24 (For 1 or 2 sector configurations)


1 ~ 16 (For 3 sector configurations)
1 ~ 12 (For 4 sector configurations)
1 ~ 8 (For 6 sector configurations)

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WCDMA Radio Configuration


Radio Frequency Band
Options

Summary

RBS Type

Band

Network Planning

6102

6201

6601

Band 1 (2100 MHz)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

No

No

Yes

Band 5 (850 MHz)

No

No

Yes

Band 11 (1500 MHz)

Yes

Yes

No

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Radio Configuration Capabilities


Configuration

3x2
3x4
6x1
6x2

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Number of TX
Branches/ Carrier

Max Power Output per Cell


Carrier

Required SW

1
2
1
2
1
1

60 W
2 x 30W
30 W
2 x 15W
60W
30W

N/A
N/A
P 7.1.6
P 7.1.6
N/A
P7.1.6

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WCDMA Radio Configuration RUW


Summary

Carriers per Sector


1, 2, 3 or 4 carriers per sector are available.
The Radio Unit RUW is HW prepared to handle up to 4 carriers. The numbers of
ordered carriers are handled by Activation Codes. Minimum configuration is 1 carrier
per Radio Units. Additional carriers could be added later on as Carrier Expansions,
without the need of additional HW.

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Output Power per Carrier


Maximum Output Power of the Radio Unit RUW is 60W, measured at the Antenna
reference point. If more than 1 carrier per sector is ordered, the maximum output
power is equally split between the carriers
Output power options are handled by Activation codes. Additional output power
could be added later on as Output Power Expansions, without the need of any
additional HW.

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WCDMA Radio Configuration DUW


Summary

Options with Digital Unit WCDMA

Network Planning

One Macro RBS 6102/6201 can be equipped with two DUW. The first DUW will pool
capacity for the first 6 cell-carriers and the second DUW for the additional ones,
maximum 12.
Dual DUW configuration limit the space for transmission equipment to 1U. The
proposal is to use the BBU 6102 if more than 100 Ah and dual DUW are required.
Initially, maximum one DUW is available for MSSM Basic.
Configuration

DUW 10

DUW 20

DUW 30

Cell Carriers per DUW


Channel Elements,(DL/UL)
High Speed Codes

6
128/128
30

6
384/384
90

6
768/512
90

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

BBS 6101

BBS 6101

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BBS 6101

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Power Configuration
Summary
Network Planning
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Power Configuration Hybrid Solution


Summary
Network Planning
Network Rollout
Core Activities

Hybrid Controller
DG-CU

Hybrid Power Supply


Cyclic Batteries
(NSB100/NSB170)
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Transmission Configuration Transport Interface Unit


Summary

Transport Interface Unit


The Transport Interface Unit (TIU) is an optional unit to extend the number of E1/T1 ports
up to 16. The TIU provides E1/T1 cross-connection to the STM-1 interface on the DUW
module. The channelized STM-1 is broken out into E1/T1s, which can be delivered to the
PDH electrical demarcation point.
The TIU fits in the transmission space of the Macro RBS 6000 and two options exist:

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Basic Package: up to 16E1 or T1


Extended package, for up to 16 E1/T1, which
enables to expand with Microwave links when
moving to IP-RAN (3 U high).

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Thank you!

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