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PRESENTATION

OF BASE STATION SYSTEM(BSS)

NETWORK CONFIGURATION
PSTN
O&M Terminal for OMC-R

MSC MM OMC-R

V.35

Packet Data Network

XC PDSN AN DACs AAA HA

UNO-MM

Citrcuit Backhaul IS95A/B

Mixed Backhaul IS-95A/B & 1X

Packet Backhaul IS-95A/B & 1X

UNO-EM

Packet Link

Circuit Link

NETWORK CONFIGURATION
PSTN

MSC

Packet Data Network

PDSN AN DACs AAA HA

Packet Link

Circuit Link

CBSC ARCHITECTURE

MSC
RS -232 T1/E1

OMC-R
UNO

CBSC

Transcoder
T1/E1

MM
DSU DSU V.35 V.35 4 4 Mobility Manager T1/E1 Control

NetworkInterface
XCDR Switching Matrix

Ethernet

Token Ring

Network Interface

Ethernet Ethernet T1/E1 T1/E1 1xBTS 1x BTS AN

BTS

BTS

BTS

Customer Span Supplied Grooming

Functions of CBSC
Control of transcoder resources Basic call control Radio channel allocation Setup of connections Control point for handoff operation Collection of data for call records and performance measurement Control for distribution of software and data base downloads Fault management of BSS componnent Initialization and download for BSS component

Component of CBSC
Mobility Manager.(MM) Transcoder(XC)

Function of MM
Provide the central processing unit for CBSC Call processing and operations and maintainance software Call set up and voice channel assignment Handoff processing The radio channel control functions Interface to the OMC-R

CPU

CPU

ROC
Switched IO Controllers ENET ENET SS7 SS7 TRING TRING SSC
A1 B1

ROC

Node A

Node B

SSC

SP

SCSI SCSI SCSI SCSI-2/Tapes/CDROM SCSI


A0 B0

SP

PUMA MM Frame(Front View)


PDU SAID
PDU Blower Blower

SSC Y ServerNet SAN


SSC X ServerNet SAN Double-Height IOC SS7 Controllers Double-Height IOC Token Ring Controllers Single-Height IOC EtherNet Controller Single-Height IOC EtherNet Controller

CPU0

Optional

CPU1

ROC Y ServerNet SAN

SCSI Drive

SCSI Drive

Air Filters

PUMA MM Frame(Rear View)

SCSI BUS 0

DAT Drive HOST 2 PRIMARY HOST 1 PRIMARY CDROM DRIVE HOST 2 MIRROR HOST 1 MIRROR

SCSI BUS 1

Function of Transcoder
Provide variable rate Vocoder speech coding/decoding for call Switching of voice traffic between BTS sites Terminates the BTS Signalling Channel from the BTSs and forwards the BTS Signalling message to/from the MM Switching of control channels between the MM and MSC Interface of span lines CDMA soft handoff selection function Packet control function for 1X data and interface to PDSN

Tanscoder Frame
Top Interconnect Panel Daughter Cards(29 max) Full Size Card(27 max) Circuit Breaker Housing Power Supplies(3) Fan Module(3) Daughter Card(29 max) Full Size Cards(27 max) Power Supply Bds.(2) Alarm Bds.(2) Power Supplies(3) Fan Modules(3)

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BTC DSW
BTC DSW

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_ _

_ _
KSW r a KSW r a

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KSW r a KSW r a
FEP

_ _ _
CPP CPP OMP HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR MSI MSI MSI MSI MSI

FEP

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FEP CPP CPP OMP HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR HXCDR MSI MSI MSI MSI MSI MSI MSI LANX b LANX a KSW e a KSW e a KSW e a

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KSW e a KSW e a KSW e a LANX a

LANX b

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

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KSW e b KSW e b

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MSI MSI

Transcoder Card Slots


KSW e b 8 7

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DSW
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KSW e b

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KSW r b
GCLK

KSW e b KSW e b CLKX a CLKX a


KSW r b

6 5 4 KSW r b

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3 2

GCLK

CLKX b CLKX b
KSW 1 a BTC
DSW

KSW 1 a
KSW 1 b
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28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
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28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
BTC

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

KSW 1 b

To MM (Token Ring)
TCP/IP

To Ckt To Pkt To MSC IWU IWU

T1/E1/ J1 Dual MCAP Bus

T1/E1/J1

Dual TDM Highway Bus

T1/E1/J1

To BTS

To AN

Function of card in Transcoder(XC)


EPG -Enhance Generic Process
EPG -OMP Operation & Maintenance Processor (OMP) control all the Transcoder O&M functionality. EPG -FEP Front End Processor control the BTS links. EPG -CPP Call Processing Processor control call processing within its cage.

HXCDR
Convert the 64 kbps timeslots from serial to parallel data onto the TDM bus. Also performs speech encoding and decoding and monitoring the traffic channels to minimized audio interruption. All PCM and compressed speech traffic enter and exit in the HXCDR.

DSW
-Read the information off the TDM bus and put it onto the HXCDR for speech processing. It also place the information back onto the TDM bus.

T43
-Provides impedance matching between the span line and the MSI card. The impedance can be 75 Ohms (T43) or 120 Ohms (BIB)

MSI -Convert traffic from the TDM bus to the T1/E1 serial link to the BTS or MSC.

BTC
-Bus Termination Card. One on each end of the XC cage. -Provides termination to the bus.

Transcoder - PSI Attributes


PSI-CE Function: Packet to Circuit Interworking Access Network Connectivity: 1 Gigabit Ethernet Engineering: 2 PSIs per DSW PSI-SEL Functions: Frame Selection, RLP, Channel Concatenation for IS-95B Access Network Connectivity: 2-100Mb Ethernet Engineering: 32 Data Calls/PSI-SEL PSI-PCF Functions: Buffering, Active/Dormant state, Dormant Handoffs Access Network Connectivity: 2-100Mb Ethernet Engineering: ~100 Data Calls/PSI-PCF

Transcoder Functional Diagram


Mobile PSTN MSC BTS Mobile

T43

T43

MSI

MSI

DSW

HXCDR

DSW

FUNCTIONAL SPLIT

Item/Task Terrestrial Channel Management Channel allocation Blocking indication Radio channel management Radio channel configuration management
Traffic Channel(TCH) management Channel allocation(choice) Link supervision Channel release Control Channel management Scheduling of messages Radio resource indication Transcoding/rate adaption

BSS

MSC
X

X X

X X X X X X

Item/Task Mobility Management Soft(intercell) Softer(intercell) Hard to analog Hard handoff to CDMA Paging Registration Call control Call detail log Billing

BSS X X X X X X X X

MSC

X X X X X X

Capacity of System
Maximum 150 BTS Links/CBSC Maximum 8 MM to MSC Link

G16 RAN Network Management Architecture


3Com TCM Cisco GUI UNO GUI OMC X-term

UNO E3500

cIWU (3Com)

Customer Network

UNO Client UNO Client


SNMP

CMIP/CORBA

TCP SMAP SMAP

OMC-IP
OMC-R Server

CISCO

E4500

PDSN

CISCO
Access Node 2G/3G-1X BTS
3G-1X Upgrade

2G BTS

XC

MM

CISCO

Sun OMC-R Platform


Data Integrity

*Preliminary Layout - Front View

Mirrored disk with Veritas software Storage 36 Gigabytes of disk storage Hot Swappable Disk Drives Redundant Ethernet OMC-MM LAN Separate Hubs Redundant Power Supplies Highly Scalable Processors operate in symmetric multiprocessing mode (SMP)
Load Balancing

New processor introduction 3 External Output Alarm Relays WAN Connectivity

OMC-R FRAME (FRONT VIEW)


POWER CONNECTORS STATUS LEDS

OMC-R FLAME (REAR VIEW)


POWER CONNECTORS

CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL POWER INVERTERSS MISC PATCH PANEL PATCHPANEL (FOR EXTERNAL CONNECTION) ARC ETHERNET SWITCHES DISC ARRAY

IMACS

Dics array

processor

PROCESSOR

Function of the Sun OMC-R


Coordinate configuration of the radio and IP network -Collect alarm and events information Provide Transcoder with code objects during initial boot sequence OMC-R play major role in the IP-Based RAN (Radio Access Network) Connect to Cisco Wan Manager applications and Cisco Element

OMC-R/UNO Relationship
OPERATOR Station GUI UNO-MM Server UNO-EM OMC-R OMC-R Terminal OMC-R OMC-R Terminal

UNO-EM

CBSC

CBSC

CBSC

CBSC

UNO -Universal Network Operations


Features
Managing alarms over multiple UNO hosts. Defining system performance thresholds. Creating performance reports to assist in making critical decisions. Scheduling and viewing specified Performance Management (F'M) reports online. Tracking status information, neighbor lists, BTS's and device status Accessing UNO tools online, including COMA reference manuals, alarm documentation and online help Monitor Call Final Classes (CFC) and CBSC

UNO Manager address


Fault Management (FM) for tracking and managing network devices. Performance Management (PM) for grade of service indication and gathering and displaying statistics from managed devices.