BBU3900 V200

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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................1 1 Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide.....................................................................................1-1 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration.........................................................................................2-1
2.1 Typical Configurations of the DBS3900.........................................................................................................2-2 2.2 4-Way RX Diversity Configuration................................................................................................................2-4 2.3 TX Diversity Configuration............................................................................................................................2-6 2.4 2 x 2 MIMO Configuration.............................................................................................................................2-8

3 BBU3900 Hardware....................................................................................................................3-1
3.1 BBU3900 Equipment......................................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.1 Appearance of the BBU3900.................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900.....................................................................................................3-2 3.2 BBU3900 Cables...........................................................................................................................................3-25 3.2.1 BBU3900 Cable List............................................................................................................................3-27 3.2.2 PGND Cable.........................................................................................................................................3-29 3.2.3 Power Cable.........................................................................................................................................3-29 3.2.4 Power cable(OMB)..............................................................................................................................3-30 3.2.5 E1 Cable...............................................................................................................................................3-31 3.2.6 E1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable.....................................................................................................3-33 3.2.7 FE Cable...............................................................................................................................................3-35 3.2.8 FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable.....................................................................................................3-35 3.2.9 Iub Optical Cable.................................................................................................................................3-36 3.2.10 CPRI Optical Cable............................................................................................................................3-37 3.2.11 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the APMI and the BBU..............................................................3-38 3.2.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the APM30 Transmission Cabinet.......................................................3-39 3.2.13 Monitoring Signal Cable for the HEUA............................................................................................3-40 3.2.14 EMUA Signal Cable...........................................................................................................................3-41 3.2.15 BBU Alarm Cable..............................................................................................................................3-42 3.2.16 GPS Clock Signal Cable....................................................................................................................3-43 3.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900..............................................................................................................3-43 3.3.1 SLPU....................................................................................................................................................3-44 3.3.2 OMB.....................................................................................................................................................3-44

4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware............................................................................................4-1
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4.1 Maintenance Items for the BBU3900 Equipment...........................................................................................4-2 4.2 Powering On/Off the BBU3900......................................................................................................................4-2 4.2.1 Powering on the BBU3900....................................................................................................................4-2 4.2.2 Powering Off the BBU3900...................................................................................................................4-3 4.3 Replacing Components of the BBU3900........................................................................................................4-4 4.3.1 Replacing a BBU3900 Case...................................................................................................................4-5 4.3.2 Replacing a WMPT................................................................................................................................4-6 4.3.3 Replacing a UPEU.................................................................................................................................4-7 4.3.4 Replacing the UEIU...............................................................................................................................4-8 4.3.5 Replacing a UBFA...............................................................................................................................4-10 4.3.6 Replacing a UTRP................................................................................................................................4-11 4.3.7 Replacing the USCU............................................................................................................................4-13 4.3.8 Replacing the UELP.............................................................................................................................4-14 4.3.9 Replacing the UFLP.............................................................................................................................4-15 4.3.10 Replacing a WBBP.............................................................................................................................4-16 4.3.11 Replacing an Optical Module.............................................................................................................4-17

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.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-21 Figure 3-19 DIP switch on the UELP ...............2-8 Figure 2-5 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration...............................................3-5 Figure 3-4 BBU3900 in typical configuration................................................................................................................... Ltd.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-23 Figure 3-22 Panel of the WBBPb............................3-10 Figure 3-9 Panel of the UPEUB....3-15 Figure 3-15 Panel of the UTRP supporting four electrical ports..........................................................................................................................3-10 Figure 3-10 Panel of the UEIU......................................................................................................2-3 Figure 2-2 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 4 configuration..........................3-5 Figure 3-6 LEDs besides the three ports on the WMPT..................................................................................................................................................3-34 Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.................................................................................................................3-5 Figure 3-5 Panel of the WMPT................3-23 Figure 3-21 Panel of the WBBPa............................................................................................................3-12 Figure 3-11 Panel of the UBFA................................................2-6 Figure 2-4 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration........................................................................3-14 Figure 3-13 panel of the UTRP3 and UTRP4 supporting eight E1s/T1s..........................................3-29 Figure 3-24 Power cable.........................3-3 Figure 3-3 BBU3900 in full configuration.............................................................................................3-7 Figure 3-7 DIP switches on the WMPT............................3-18 Figure 3-17 Panel of the USCU ........................................................................................................2-4 Figure 2-3 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration...................................................3-13 Figure 3-12 Panel of the UTRP2 supporting two optical ports.3-20 Figure 3-18 Panel of the UELP ..............................................................................................................2-10 Figure 3-1 BBU3900......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................BBU3900 User Guide Figures Figures Figure 2-1 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 1 configuration.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-32 Figure 3-28 E1 surge protection transfer cable.......................................................................................3-31 Figure 3-26 Appearance of power cable(DC OMB)..................................................................................................3-15 Figure 3-14 Panel of the UTRP6 supporting one STM-1...............................3-2 Figure 3-2 Slots of the BBU3900....3-22 Figure 3-20 Panel of the UFLP..................................................3-8 Figure 3-8 Panel of the UPEUA....... iii .......................3-31 Figure 3-27 E1 cable...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-15 Figure 3-16 DIP switch on the UTRP3 or UTRP4...................3-30 Figure 3-25 Appearance of power cable(AC OMB)................................................3-24 Figure 3-23 PGND cable.........................................................................................................................................................

...............................................................................................3-37 Figure 3-35 Monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU..............................................3-39 Figure 3-37 Monitoring signal cable for the HEUA...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-40 Figure 3-38 EMUA signal cable..................................2..................3-42 Figure 3-40 GPS clock signal cable.4-9 Figure 4-3 Loosening the screws........................................... Issue 05 (2009-06-30) ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-43 Figure 3-41 Panel of the SLPU..........................................................................3-41 Figure 3-39 BBU alarm cable.......................................................................................................................3-37 Figure 3-32 Iub optical cable ..........................................4-15 iv Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.........................................................................................................................................3-37 Figure 3-33 Iub optical cable ..4-8 Figure 4-2 Loosening the screws..........................................................................................................................................................1 ............................................ Ltd.................................................................................Figures BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-29 FE cable..................................................................................................................................3-44 Figure 4-1 Loosening the screws..............................................3-37 Figure 3-34 CPRI optical cable...........................3-39 Figure 3-36 Monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet.........................................................................3............................................................................................3-44 Figure 3-42 OMB cabinet.....................4-14 Figure 4-5 Loosening the screws............3-35 Figure 3-30 FE surge protection transfer cable...................................................................4-11 Figure 4-4 Loosening the screws............................3-36 Figure 3-31 Iub optical cable .................................................................................................................................................................................

..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-7 Table 3-4 Ports on the WMPT.........................................................................................................................................................3-6 Table 3-3 LEDs beside the three ports.................3-3 Table 3-2 LEDs on the WMPT...............................................................................................3-24 Table 3-27 LEDs on the WBBP.....................3-22 Table 3-25 Ports on the panel of the UFLP...........................................................................................................................................3-8 Table 3-5 Settings of SW1..............................3-24 Table 3-28 Ports on the WBBP.........................................................................................................................................................3-23 Table 3-26 Specifications of the WBBP.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-19 Table 3-20 DIP switch SW3 on the UTRP..........................2-2 Table 2-2 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-18 Table 3-18 DIP switch SW1 on the UTRP.................................................................................................................................................3-17 Table 3-14 Ports of the UTRP2 supporting two optical ports.......................3-12 Table 3-10 LED on the UBFA.........................................................................................................................3-17 Table 3-15 Ports on the panel of the UTRP3 and UTRP4 supporting eight E1s/T1s..............................................................................3-25 Table 3-29 BBU3900 Cable list.................................................3-17 Table 3-17 Ports of the UTRP9 supporting four electrical ports......................................3-9 Table 3-7 LED on the UPEU......3-18 Table 3-19 DIP switch SW2 on the UTRP.................................3-22 Table 3-24 DIP switch on the UELP .................................................................................................................................... Ltd....2-9 Table 3-1 Board configuration of the BBU3900...........................BBU3900 User Guide Tables Tables Table 2-1 Typical configurations of the DBS3900 ...............................3-17 Table 3-16 Port of the UTRP6 supporting one STM-1.......................................3-16 Table 3-13 LEDs on the Ethernet ports of the UTRP2 and UTRP9..........3-19 Table 3-21 LEDs on the USCU..................3-13 Table 3-11 Specifications of the UTRP....3-9 Table 3-6 Settings of SW1.........3-20 Table 3-22 Ports on the USCU....................................................2-7 Table 2-4 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration.............................3-11 Table 3-9 Ports on the UEIU..........................................................................................................3-27 Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-21 Table 3-23 Ports on the panel of the UELP.........................................................................................................................................................3-11 Table 3-8 Ports on the UPEU.......3-14 Table 3-12 LEDs on the panel of the UTRP.............................2-5 Table 2-3 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... v ..........................................................................

......3-38 Table 3-39 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU..............................3-38 Table 3-38 Pin assignment for the fiber tails of the CPRI optical cable between RRUs...........................................4-2 vi Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co........................................................................3-35 Table 3-36 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE surge protection transfer cable......................3-36 Table 3-37 Pin assignment for the fiber tails of the CPRI optical cable between the BBU and RRU..3-42 Table 3-44 Dimensions of the OMB cabinet........................................................................................................................................................................................3-32 Table 3-33 Pin assignment for the wires of the 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable.............................................................................................................................................3-30 Table 3-31 Pin assignment for wires of the +24 V power cable..................................................3-40 Table 3-41 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the HEUA............................3-39 Table 3-40 Connections of the monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet........................................................................................Tables BBU3900 User Guide Table 3-30 Pin assignment for wires of the -48 V power cable........3-33 Table 3-34 Pin assignment for the wires of the E1 surge protection transfer cable.............................................................................................. Ltd.....................3-45 Table 4-1 Maintenance items for the BBU3900 equipment .......3-30 Table 3-32 Pin assignment for the wires of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable...3-34 Table 3-35 Pin assignments for the wires of the FE cable......... Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .....3-42 Table 3-43 Pin assignment for the wires of the alarm cable........................................3-41 Table 3-42 Pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA signal cable..........................

Organization 1 Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide This describes the changes in the BBU3900 User Guide. module. see 1 Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide. and connectors. TX Diversity Configuration and 2 × 2 MIMO Configuration.. It also presents the installation modes and maintenance information of the BBU3900. and the functions and installation of the hardware. 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration This describes the Typical Configurations of the DBS3900. such as boards. Product Version The following table lists the product versions related to this document. cables. ports. Ltd. 1 . Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.BBU3900 User Guide About This Document About This Document Introduction This document describes the BBU3900 hardware. 4-Way RX Diversity Configuration. providing a reference for planning and deploying BBU3900 sites. Product Name BBU3900 Product Version V200R010 V200R011 Intended Audience This document is intended for: l l l NodeB installers Field engineers System engineers Change History For the changes in this document.

which if not avoided. data loss. Conventions Symbol Conventions The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . routine maintenance is performed to ensure the functionality of the BBU. which if not avoided. 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware This describes how to maintain BBU hardware. performance degradation. Book titles are in italics. For example. or unexpected results. and users are in boldface. Symbol Description Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk. Examples of information displayed on the screen are in Courier New. providing a reference for hardware installation and maintenance. folders.will result in death or serious injury. Ltd. which if not avoided. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text. Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk. Command Conventions 2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. log in as user root. Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.About This Document BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware This describes the BBU3900 equipment and related cables. After the BBU is put into use. General Conventions The general conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows.could result in equipment damage.. Names of files. Convention Times New Roman Boldface Italic Courier New Description Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman. directories. could result in minor or moderate injury.

Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs. Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional. and dialog titles are in boldface. Press the keys in turn. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be selected. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars. pressing Alt. 3 ..BBU3900 User Guide About This Document The command conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows. parameters.. Convention Boldface > Description Buttons.. Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars. choose File > Create > Folder . Several items or no item can be selected. }* Description The keywords of a command line are in boldface. pressing Ctrl+Alt +A means the three keys should be pressed concurrently. For example. Key 2 Description Press the key. For example. ]* GUI Conventions The GUI conventions that may be found in this document are defined as follows. } [ x | y | . Keyboard Operations The keyboard operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows.. ] { x | y | . Convention Boldface Italic [] { x | y | . window. Command arguments are in italics. Format Key Key 1+Key 2 Key 1.. A means the two keys should be pressed in turn. Mouse Operations Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Press the keys concurrently. tabs... One item is selected. press Enter and press Tab. For example.. menus. For example. Ltd. One item is selected or no item is selected. click OK. [ x | y | .. For example. Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars.

Ltd. Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly without moving the pointer. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer to a certain position. 4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..About This Document BBU3900 User Guide The mouse operations that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Action Click Double-click Drag Description Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the pointer.

BBU3900 User Guide 1 Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide 1 06 (2009-06-15) Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide This describes the changes in the BBU3900 User Guide.6 UTRP Modification The name of UTRP5 is modified to UTRP6.7 Replacing the USCU is added。 05 (2009-03-20) This is the fourth commercial release.1..7 USCU is added。 4. 04 (2009-02-25) This is the third commercial release. Compared with issue 05 (2009-03-20). UTRP3. UTRP9. the following parts are modified: Part 3. the following parts are modified: 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration is added. Compared with issue 03 (2008-12-30).3.6 UTRP Modification The name of UTRP is modified to UTRP2.2.2. UTRP4. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. UTRP5. Part 3.1.2. Compared with issue 04 (2009-02-25). This is the sixth commercial release.1. Ltd. the following parts are modified: 3. 1-1 .

02 (2008-07-30) This is the initial formal release. Compared with issue 02 (2008-07-30).. the following parts are modified: The BBU3900 Installation Guideis replaced with the BBU3900 Quick Installation Guide.3.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 3. the following parts are modified: Part 3.1. Ltd.2.9 Iub Optical Cable is added. Compared with issue 02 (2008-07-30). 1-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the following parts are added: 3. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The UAEU is modified to UAEC.2.2 OMB is added. Compared with issue 02 (2008-07-30). 01 (2008-03-30) This is the initial field trial release. the following parts are added: 3. Compared with issue 01 (2008-03-30). the following parts are added: 3.4 Power cable(OMB) is added.6 UTRP Modification The appearance of BBU3900 is modified. the UIEU is modified to UIEC.2.1. Compared with issue 02 (2008-07-30).1 Changes in the BBU3900 User Guide BBU3900 User Guide 03 (2008-12-30) This is the second commercial release.

Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. you can choose a small-capacity configuration (such as 3 x 1 configuration). 2.. you can smoothly expand the small-capacity configuration to a large-capacity configuration (such as 3 x 2 or 3 x 4 configuration). 2-1 . In the early phase of network construction. 2. 2.4 2 x 2 MIMO Configuration The DBS3900 supports 2 x 2 MIMO configuration.2 4-Way RX Diversity Configuration The DBS3900 supports 4-way RX diversity configuration.3 TX Diversity Configuration The DBS3900 supports TX diversity configuration. When license upgrade is required. Ltd. 2. the capacity can be expanded by 16 cells at a time.BBU3900 User Guide 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration About This Chapter This describes the Typical Configurations of the DBS3900. 4-Way RX Diversity Configuration. TX Diversity Configuration and 2 × 2 MIMO Configuration. When the number of subscribers increases.1 Typical Configurations of the DBS3900 The capacity of the DBS3900 can be expanded through addition of modules or license upgrade.

2-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. When the number of subscribers increases. you can choose a small-capacity configuration (such as 3 x 1 configuration). For example. Where the WBBP supporting 6 cells is taken as an example. When license upgrade is required. the capacity can be expanded by 16 cells at a time. Table 2-1 Typical configurations of the DBS3900 Configuration WBBP Quantity (Supporting 3 Cells) 1 2 3 4 WBBP Quantity (Supporting 6 Cells) 1 1 2 2 WMPT Quantity RRU3804 Quantity (No TX Diversity) 3 3 3 3 3x1 3x2 3x3 3x4 1 1 1 1 NOTE N x M = sector x carrier.1 Typical Configurations of the DBS3900 The capacity of the DBS3900 can be expanded through addition of modules or license upgrade.. Table 2-1 show the typical configurations of the DBS3900. 3 x 1 indicates that each of the three sectors has one carrier.2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration BBU3900 User Guide 2. Ltd. The WBBP can support 3 cells and 6 cells. you can smoothly expand the small-capacity configuration to a large-capacity configuration (such as 3 x 2 or 3 x 4 configuration). In the early phase of network construction. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The description of the cable connections of the DBS3900 in type configuration is based on 3 x 1 and 3 x 4 configurations. Figure 2-1 shows the cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 1 configuration.

. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.BBU3900 User Guide 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration Figure 2-1 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 1 configuration Figure 2-2 shows the cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 4 configuration. 2-3 . Ltd.

2-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. the DBS3900 consists of the WMPT. The following description is based on the WBBP supporting six cells.2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration BBU3900 User Guide Figure 2-2 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in type 3 x 4 configuration 2. The WBBP supports configurations of three cells and six cells. and RRU3804s. The WMPT and WBBP are installed in the BBU3900.2 4-Way RX Diversity Configuration The DBS3900 supports 4-way RX diversity configuration. In 4-way RX diversity configuration. Number of Modules and Installation Positions Table 2-2 lists the number of modules in the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . WBBP. Ltd.

the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting six cells is 3.BBU3900 User Guide 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration Table 2-2 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration Configuration WMPT Quantity 1 1 WBBP (Supporting Six Cells) Quantity 1 2 RRU3804 Quantity 3x1 3x2 6 6 NOTE In 4-way RX diversity configuration. and the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting three cells is also 3. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Figure 2-3 shows the cable connections of the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration. Cable Connections The description of the cable connections of the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration is based on 3 x 1 configuration. 2-5 ..

WBBP. 2-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The following description is based on the WBBP supporting six cells.3 TX Diversity Configuration The DBS3900 supports TX diversity configuration.2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration BBU3900 User Guide Figure 2-3 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in 4-way RX diversity configuration 2. Ltd. and RRU3804s. In TX diversity configuration. The WBBP supports configurations of three cells and six cells.. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Number of Modules and Installation Positions Table 2-3 lists the number of modules in the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration. the DBS3900 consists of the WMPT. The WMPT and WBBP are installed in the BBU3900.

and the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting three cells is also 3. Figure 2-4 shows the cable connections of the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2-7 .BBU3900 User Guide 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration Table 2-3 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration Configuration WMPT Quantity WBBP (Supporting Six Cells) Quantity 1 2 RRU3804 Quantity 6 6 3x1 3x2 1 1 NOTE In TX diversity configuration. Cable Connections The description of the cable connections of the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration is based on 3 x 1 configuration. the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting six cells is 3.. Ltd.

In 2 x 2 MIMO configuration. The WMPT and WBBP are installed in the BBU3900. the DBS3900 consists of the WMPT. The WBBP supports configurations of three cells and six cells. Ltd.2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration BBU3900 User Guide Figure 2-4 Cable connections of the DBS3900 in TX diversity configuration 2.4 2 x 2 MIMO Configuration The DBS3900 supports 2 x 2 MIMO configuration. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The following description is based on the WBBP supporting six cells. and RRU3804s. WBBP.. 2-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Number of Modules and Installation Positions Table 2-4 lists the number of modules in the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration.

Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting six cells is 3.. Ltd. 2-9 .BBU3900 User Guide 2 DBS3900 Hardware Configuration Table 2-4 Number of modules in the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration Configuration WMPT Quantity WBBP (Supporting Six Cells) Quantity 1 2 RRU3804 Quantity 6 6 3x1 3x2 1 1 NOTE In 2 x 2 MIMO diversity. Cable Connections The description of the cable connections of the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration is based on 3 x 1 configuration. Figure 2-5 shows the cable connections of the DBS3900 in 2 x 2 MIMO configuration. and the number of cells supported by the WBBP supporting three cells is also 3.

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alarm cable. CPRI optical cable. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. FE surge protection transfer cable.E1 cable.. monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU. Ltd. 3. providing a reference for hardware installation and maintenance.1 BBU3900 Equipment This describes the BBU3900 equipment. 3-1 .BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware 3 About This Chapter BBU3900 Hardware This describes the BBU3900 equipment and related cables. EMUA signal cable. The devices consist of the SLPU and OMB Cabinet. and GPS clock signal cable.2 BBU3900 Cables This describes the BBU3900 cables. FE cable. 3. The cables are the PGND cable. It is a baseband unit that implements communication between the NodeB and the RNC. E1 surge protection transfer cable. power cable. Iub optical cable.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 This describes the auxiliary devices of the BBU3900. 3.

LEDs.. ports. which features a case structure.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900 This describes the boards and module of the BBU3900 in terms of their functions. Figure 3-1 BBU3900 3.1. and DIP switches. is 19 inches wide and 2 U high.1.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 The BBU3900. is 19 inches wide and 2 U high.1.1 Appearance of the BBU3900 The BBU3900. It is a baseband unit that implements communication between the NodeB and the RNC. 3.1. Ltd. 3-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. the BBU3900 can be installed in any 19-inch-wide and 2 U-high indoor space or outdoor protective cabinet.1 BBU3900 Equipment This describes the BBU3900 equipment. and DIP switches.2 Boards and Module of the BBU3900 This describes the boards and module of the BBU3900 in terms of their functions.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide 3. one of which facilitates NodeB upgraded when a USB disk is inserted during software installation and data configuration Providing OM channels between the BBU and the LMT or the M2000 to operate and maintain the BBU Processing uplink and downlink baseband signals Managing the entire NodeB system in terms of OM and signaling processing Providing the system clock l l l l l 3. 3. Figure 3-1 shows the BBU3900. ports. Due to its miniaturized design. which features a case structure. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The BBU3900 has the following functions: l l Providing ports for data communication between the NodeB and the RNC Providing the CPRI interface for communication between the BBU and the RRU or the RFU Providing USB ports. LEDs.

A single UPEU is preferentially configured in PWR2. Ltd. then Slot 2. 3-3 .BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Board Configuration of the BBU3900 This describes the board configuration of the BBU3900. WBBP Mandatory 4 Slots 0 to 3 UBFA Mandatory 1 FAN UPEU Mandatory 2 PWR1 or PWR2 Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. at last Slot 0.. Slots of the BBU3900 Figure 3-2 shows the slots of the BBU3900.1. The WBBP is preferentially configured in Slot 3. Figure 3-2 Slots of the BBU3900 Board Configuration of the BBU3900 Table 3-1 describes the board configuration of the BBU3900. The UBFA can be configured only in the FAN slot. Table 3-1 Board configuration of the BBU3900 Board Mandatory/ Optional Mandatory Maximum Configured Number 2 Installation Slot Slot 6 or 7 Requirements WMPT A single WMPT is preferentially configured in Slot 7.

one UELP is required and installed in Slot 4. one UPEU. the SLPU is required and the UELP is installed inside the SLPU. and one UBFA. UTRP Optional 5 Slots 0 to 5 USCU Optional 1 Slots 0 or 1 UELP Optional 2 Slot 0 or 4 UFLP Optional 2 Slot 0 or 4 Figure 3-3 shows the BBU3900 in full configuration with two WMPTs.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Board Mandatory/ Optional Optional Maximum Configured Number 1 Installation Slot PWR1 or PWR2 Requirements UEIU The UEIU is preferentially configured in PWR1. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . When the number of E1s is greater than four and less than eight.. Ltd. When the number of E1s is greater than eight. four WBBPs+two UTRPs. When the number of E1s is less than four. two UELPs are required and installed in Slots 0 and 4. The UTRP is preferentially configured in Slot 4 and Slot 5 The USCU is preferentially configured in Slot 1. 3-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The UFLP is preferentially installed in Slot 4.

Panel Figure 3-5 shows the WMPT panel.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Figure 3-3 BBU3900 in full configuration Figure 3-4 shows the BBU3900 in typical configuration with one WMPT. Figure 3-4 BBU3900 in typical configuration WMPT This describes the WCDMA Main Processing and Transmission unit (WMPT). one UPEU. one WBBP.. Ltd. and one UBFA. It is the BBU3900 main control and transmission board that processes the signals and manages the resources for other boards. 3-5 . Figure 3-5 Panel of the WMPT Functions The WMPT has the following functions: Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

No alarm is generated. OFF 1s ON and 1s OFF 0. The software is being loaded to the board. but the board is faulty. signaling processing. one of which facilitates automatic BBU3900 upgraded when a USB disk is inserted during software installation and data configuration Providing four E1s/T1s which support ATM and IP protocols Providing one FE electrical port and one FE optical port which support the IP protocol Supporting cold backup l l l l l l LED Table 3-2 describes the LEDs on the WMPT panel. and the commissioning Ethernet port. Table 3-2 LEDs on the WMPT Label RUN Color Green Status ON Meaning The power input is available.125s OFF ALM Red OFF ON ACT Green ON OFF In addition to the previous three LEDs. 3-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The board has alarms on hardware. The power supply is unavailable. Figure 3-6 describes the LEDs beside the three ports and the status of the LEDs. FE electrical port. equipment management. or the board is not in use. The board is in active mode. the WMPT has another six LEDs indicating the connection status of the FE optical port.125s ON and 0.. The board is in standby mode. The board in normal configuration is running properly. Ltd. The six LEDs have no silk screen and are on both sides of each of the three ports. performance monitoring. and active/ standby switchover and providing OM channels connected to the OMC (LMT or M2000) Providing the reference clock Processing signaling and managing resources for other boards in the BBU3900 Providing USB ports.3 BBU3900 Hardware l BBU3900 User Guide Providing Operation and Maintenance (OM) functions such as configuration management.

. The connections are faulty. Port Table 3-4 describes the ports on the WMPT panel. No data transmission is ongoing. Ltd.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Figure 3-6 LEDs besides the three ports on the WMPT Table 3-3 describes the LED and its status. The connections are faulty. The connections are functional. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Data transmission is ongoing. No data transmission is ongoing. No data transmission is ongoing. 3-7 . Data transmission is ongoing. Data transmission is ongoing. The connections are functional. The connections are faulty. Table 3-3 LEDs beside the three ports LED LEDs beside the FE1 optical port Color Green (LINK) Status ON OFF Green (ACK) Blinking OFF LEDs beside the FE0 electrical port Green (LINK) ON OFF Yellow (ACK) Blinking OFF ETH Green (LINK) ON OFF Yellow (ACK) Blinking OFF Meaning The connections are functional.

3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Table 3-4 Ports on the WMPT Label E1/T1 FE0 FE1 GPS ETH USB TEST RST Connector Type DB26 connector RJ45 connector SFP connector SMA connector RJ45 connector USB connector USB connector Description E1 FE electrical port FE optical port GPS antenna Commissioning Ethernet port USB loading port USB testing port Resetting the BBU DIP Switch The WMPT has two DIP switches: SW1 for setting the E1/T1 working mode and SW2 for setting the protection grounding for the E1/T1 cables receiving 4-way signals. Figure 3-7 shows the DIP switches on the WMPT. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Ltd. Figure 3-7 DIP switches on the WMPT Table 3-5 and Table 3-6 describe the settings of SW1 and SW2.. 3-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Disabled Description ON ON ON ON Other settings of the DIP bits CAUTION All the DIP bits of SW2 are set to OFF by default.. The E1 impedance is set to 75 ohms. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The E1 impedance is set to 75 ohms. It is a mandatory board of the BBU3900 that converts -48 V or +24 V DC to +12 V DC. When four E1 links are faulty. Ltd.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-5 Settings of SW1 DIP Switch SW1 DIP Status 1 ON OFF 2 ON OFF 3 OFF ON 4 OFF ON T1 Mode The E1 impedance is set to 120 ohms. Disabled Description ON ON ON ON Other settings of the DIP bits Table 3-6 Settings of SW1 DIP Switch SW1 DIP Status 1 ON OFF 2 ON OFF 3 OFF ON 4 OFF ON T1 Mode The E1 impedance is set to 120 ohms. UPEU This describes the Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit (UPEU) board. you should set all the DIP bits of SW2 to ON so that the faults are rectified. 3-9 .

3-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 3-7 describes the LED and its status. Ltd. Figure 3-8 Panel of the UPEUA Figure 3-9 Panel of the UPEUB Functions The UPEU has the following functions: l l Converting -48 V or +24 V DC to +12 V DC that is applicable to the boards Providing two ports with each transmitting one RS485 signal and another two ports with each transmitting four dry contact signals Providing reverse connection protection for power cable connectors.. indicating the running status of the board.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Panel The UPEU is classified into the Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit Type A (UPEUA) and the Universal Power and Environment Interface Unit Type B (UPEUB). Figure 3-8 shows the UPEUA panel and Figure 3-9 shows the UPEUB panel. l LED The UPEU has only one LED. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The UPEUA converts -48 V DC to +12 V DC and the UPEUB converts 24 V DC to 12 V DC.

Ltd. 3-11 . Table 3-8 Ports on the UPEU Label PWR EXT-ALM1 EXT-ALM0 MON1 Connector Type 3V3 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 Quantity 1 1 1 1 Description +24 V/-48 V DC power input Transmitting four dry contact alarms Transmitting four dry contact alarms Transmitting one RS485 environment monitoring signal Transmitting one RS485 environment monitoring signal MON0 RJ45 1 UEIU This describes the Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU) board of the BBU3900. Power input is unavailable or the board is faulty. Panel Figure 3-10 shows the panel of the UEIU. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Port Table 3-8 describes the ports on the UPEU.. The UEIU transmits monitoring signals and alarm signals from external devices to the main control and transmission unit.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-7 LED on the UPEU Label RUN Color Green Status ON OFF Meaning The UPEU is operational.

Providing two ports with each transmitting four dry contact signals. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .. Port Table 3-9 describes the ports on the UEIU panel. Table 3-9 Ports on the UEIU Label MON0 MON1 EXT-ALM0 EXT-ALM1 Connector Type RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 Quantity 1 1 1 1 Description One RS485 signal One RS485 signal Four dry contact signals Four dry contact signals UBFA This describes the Universal BBU Fan Unit Type A (UBFA) module of the BBU3900. transmits monitoring signals and alarm signals from external devices to the main control and transmission unit. The UBFA controls the fan speed and detects the temperature of the fan board. Ltd. Panel Figure 3-11 shows the panel of the UBFA. 3-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-10 Panel of the UEIU Function The UEIU has the following functions: l l l Providing two ports with each transmitting one RS485 signal.

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The UBFA has the following functions:
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Controlling the fan speed. Reporting the fan status to the main control board. Detecting the temperature of the air inlets.

LED
The UBFA has only one LED, indicating the running status of the module. Table 3-10 describes the LED and its status. Table 3-10 LED on the UBFA Label STATE Color Green Status 0.125s ON, 0.125s OFF 1s ON, 1s OFF Description The module is not registered, and no alarm is reported. The module is running properly.
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Color Red

Status OFF 1s ON, 1s OFF

Description No alarm is reported. The module is reporting alarms.

UTRP
This describes the Universal Transmission Processing unit (UTRP) board. As the transmission extension board of the BBU3900, the UTRP provides eight E1s/T1s, one unchannelized STM-1/ OC-3 port, four electrical ports, or two optical ports.

Specification
Table 3-11 describes the specifications of the UTRP. Table 3-11 Specifications of the UTRP Board UTRP2 UTRP3 UTRP4 UTRP6 UTRP9 Port Two universal FE/GE optical port Ports for eight channels of ATM over E1/T1 Ports for eight channels of IP over E1/T1 Port for one unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 Four universal FE/GE electrical ports

NOTE

The UTRP2 and UTRP9 are supported in V200R011.

Panel
Figure 3-12 shows the panel of the UTRP2. Figure 3-12 Panel of the UTRP2 supporting two optical ports

Figure 3-13 shows the panel of the UTRP3 and UTRP4.
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Figure 3-13 panel of the UTRP3 and UTRP4 supporting eight E1s/T1s

Figure 3-14 shows the panel of the UTRP6. Figure 3-14 Panel of the UTRP6 supporting one STM-1

Figure 3-15 shows the panel of the UTRP9. Figure 3-15 Panel of the UTRP supporting four electrical ports

Functions
The UTRP has the following functions:
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The UTRP2 provides two 100M/1000M Ethernet optical ports, performs functions of the MAC layer, receives and transmits data on Ethernet links, and analyzes the MAC address. The UTRP3 provides eight E1s/T1s and performs inverse multiplexing and demultiplexing on a single ATM cell flow on the eight E1/T1 links. The UTRP4 provides eight E1s/T1s, frames and deframes HDLC frames, and allocates and controls the 256 HDLC timeslot channels. The UTRP6 supports one unchannelized STM-1/OC-3 port. The UTRP9 provides four 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet electrical ports and performs the functions of the MAC layer and physical layer. The cold backup is supported.

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Table 3-12 describes the LEDs on the panel of the UTRP.
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Table 3-12 LEDs on the panel of the UTRP Label RUN Color Green Status ON Description The board has power input, but the board is faulty. The board has no power input, or the board is faulty. The board is running properly. The board is not configured or is loading software. The board is in the offline state or under test. The board is reporting alarms. The board is running properly. The board is reporting a minor alarm. The board is reporting a major alarm. The board is reporting a critical alarm. The board is in active mode. The board is in standby mode.

OFF

ON for 1s and OFF for 1s ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s ON for 2s and OFF for 2s ALM Red ON or blinking rapidly OFF ON for 2s and OFF for 2s ON for 1s and OFF for 1s ON for 0.125s and OFF for 0.125s ACT Green ON OFF

UTRP2 and UTRP9 provide two LEDs for indicating the status of the current link. Table 3-13 describes the LEDs on the Ethernet ports.

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Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 3-17 . Table 3-14 Ports of the UTRP2 supporting two optical ports Label FE/GE0 to FE/GE1 Port Type FE/GE optical port Quantity 2 Connector Type SFP connector Table 3-15 describes the ports on the UTRP3 and UTRP4.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-13 LEDs on the Ethernet ports of the UTRP2 and UTRP9 Label LINK Color Green Status OFF ON ACT Orange Blinking OFF Description The link is disconnected.. Table 3-16 Port of the UTRP6 supporting one STM-1 Label STM-1/OC-3 Port Type STM-1/OC-3 port Quantity 1 Connector Type SFP connector Table 3-17 describes the ports of the UTRP9. The link is not receiving or transmitting data. Ports Table 3-14 describes the ports of the UTRP2. The link is receiving or transmitting data. Table 3-15 Ports on the panel of the UTRP3 and UTRP4 supporting eight E1s/T1s Label E1/T1 Port Type E1/T1 port Quantity 2 Connector Type DB26 connector Table 3-16 describes the port of the UTRP6. The link is properly connected. Ltd.

UTRP6 and UTRP9. SW3 is used to set matched impedance for the eight E1s. The UTRP3 or UTRP4 has three DIP switches numbered from SW1 to SW3. Figure 3-16 DIP switch on the UTRP3 or UTRP4 Table 3-18. Ltd.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Table 3-17 Ports of the UTRP9 supporting four electrical ports Label FE/GE0 to FE/GE3 Port Type FE/GE electrical port Quantity 4 Connector Type RJ45 connector DIP Switch There is no DIP switch on the UTRP2. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Figure 3-16 shows the DIP switch. SW1 and SW2 are used to set the grounding status of the eight E1s.. and Table 3-20 describe how to set the DIP switches on the UTRP. Table 3-19. Table 3-18 DIP switch SW1 on the UTRP DIP Switch SW1 DIP Status 1 OFF ON 2 OFF ON 3 OFF ON 4 OFF ON Balanced Mode Unbalanced Mode Disabled Description Other settings of the DIP bits 3-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

Disabled Description ON ON ON ON Other settings of the DIP bits USCU The Universal Satellite Card and Clock Unit (USCU) is compatible with six types of satellite card. SW1 corresponds to E1s No. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3.0 to No. Table 3-20 DIP switch SW3 on the UTRP DIP Switch SW1 DIP Status 1 OFF ON 2 OFF ON 3 ON OFF 4 ON OFF T1 Mode The E1 impedance is set to 120 ohms. provides absolute timing information and the 1 Pulse Per Second (PPS) reference clock for the main control board. all the DIP bits of SW1 and SW2 should be set to ON to rectify faults. and provides the RGPS ports and BITS port.7 and SW2 corresponds to E1s No.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-19 DIP switch SW2 on the UTRP DIP Switch SW1 DIP Status 1 OFF ON 2 OFF ON 3 OFF ON 4 OFF ON Balanced Mode Unbalanced Mode Disabled Description Other settings of the DIP bits CAUTION SW1 and SW2 are set to OFF (balanced mode) by default.. Ltd. Panel Figure 3-17 shows the panel of the USCU. The E1 impedance is set to 75 ohms. When the eight E1s are faulty. 3-19 .4 to No.

. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . K161. The board is under test. The board is operational. GPS15L.125s ALM Red ON OFF 3-20 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.048 MHz and 10 MHz clocks l l l l LEDs Table 3-21 describes the LEDs on the USCU. The software is being loaded to the board. The board has no power input. GG16. Table 3-21 LEDs on the USCU Label RUN Color Green State ON OFF ON for 1s and OFF for 1s ON for 2s and OFF for 2s ON for 0. M2M. The board is operational. Description The board is faulty. or it is faulty. Ltd.125s and OFF for 0. The board is reporting alarms.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-17 Panel of the USCU (1) GPS port (2) RGPS ports (3) BITS port (4) TEST port Functions The USCU has the following functions: l Providing absolute timing information and the 1 PPS reference clock for the main control board Compatible with six types of satellite card: Resolution T. and JNS100 Determining the type of satellite card in use by checking the 1 PPS timing signals Supporting the input of RGPS signals Providing the BITS port and supporting adaptive input of the 2.

The board is in the standby state.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Label ACT Color Green State ON OFF Description The board is in the active state. supporting adaptive input of the 2.. Panel Figure 3-18 shows the panel of the UELP. Figure 3-18 Panel of the UELP Port Table 3-23 describes the ports on the panel of the UELP. Table 3-22 Ports on the USCU Port GPS port RGPS ports BITS port TEST port Description Used for receiving GPS signals Used for receiving RGPS signals Connected to the BITS clock.048 MHz and 10 MHz clocks Used for testing the clock UELP The Universal E1/T1 Lightning Protection (UELP) is a universal E1/T1 surge protection unit. Ltd. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Each UELP provides surge protection for four E1s/T1s. Ports Table 3-22 describes the ports on the USCU. The UELP is optionally installed in the SLPU or BBU. 3-21 .

. . which is used to select whether the receive terminal is grounded. Figure 3-19 shows the DIP switch on the UELP.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Table 3-23 Ports on the panel of the UELP Label INSIDE OUTSIDE Connector Type DB25 DB26 DIP Switch The UELP has one DIP switch. Ltd. The DIP switch has four bits. Table 3-24 DIP switch on the UELP DIP Switch S1 3-22 DIP Status 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON 4 ON Description 75-ohm E1 cable Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Figure 3-19 DIP switch on the UELP Table 3-24 describes the DIP switch on the UELP.

Figure 3-21 Panel of the WBBPa Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Panel The WBBP has two types of panels. Panel Figure 3-20 shows the panel of the UFLP.. Figure 3-20 Panel of the UFLP Port Table 3-25 describes the ports on the panel of the UFLP. as shown in Figure 3-21 and Figure 3-22.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware DIP Switch DIP Status 1 OFF 2 OFF 3 OFF 4 OFF Description 120-ohm E1 cable or 100-ohm T1 cable UFLP The universal FE lightning protection (UFLP) board is optionally installed in the SLPU or BBU3900. FE1 Quantity 2 2 WBBP This describes the WCDMA Baseband Process Unit (WBBP) board of the BBU3900. Table 3-25 Ports on the panel of the UFLP Port Location INSIDE side OUTSIDE side Label FE0. The WBBP processes baseband signals. Each UFLP supports 2-way FE surge protection. Ltd. 3-23 . FE1 FE0.

1s OFF 0. Ltd.125s OFF Description The board has power input. The board is running properly.. Table 3-26 Specifications of the WBBP Board WBBPa WBBPb1 WBBPb2 WBBPb3 WBBPb4 Number of Cells 3 3 3 6 6 UL CE Number 128 64 128 256 384 DL CE Number 256 64 128 256 384 LED Table 3-27 describes the LEDs on the WBBP and their status. yet the board is faulty. . The power supply or the board is faulty.125s ON. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) 3-24 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-22 Panel of the WBBPb Function The WBBP has the following functions: l Providing the CPRI interface for communication between the BBU and the RRU or RFU. Table 3-27 LEDs on the WBBP Label RUN Color Green Status ON OFF 1s ON. and supporting the CPRI interface in 1+1 backup mode Processing uplink and downlink baseband signals l Table 3-26 describes the specifications of the WBBP. Software is being loaded to the board. 0.

The cables are the PGND cable. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.125s ON. power cable.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Label ACT Color Green Status ON OFF Description The board is running properly. The VSWR alarm.E1 cable. Ltd. The WBBP is not in use. The CPRI link is operational.. or RRU external alarm occurs on the RRU connected to the CPRI link. ALM Red OFF ON CPRI0/ CPRI1/ CPRI2 Red/ green OFF ON (green) ON (red) Blinking at 4 Hz (red. The board has alarms on hardware. The optical module is not in position or the CPRI link is faulty. 0. 3-25 .5 Gbit/s (between the BBU and the RRU) l 3.25 Gbit/s or 2. The hardware of the RRU connected to the CPRI link is faulty and needs to be replaced. The optical module is not configured with CPRI ports or the module is powered off.2 BBU3900 Cables This describes the BBU3900 cables. 1s ON.5 Hz (red. 1s OFF) Port The WBBP has three ports. Table 3-28 describes the ports on the WBBP. FE cable.125s OFF) Blinking at 0. antenna alarm. FE surge protection transfer cable. Iub optical cable.25 Gbit/s (between the BBU and the RFU) 1. The board is running properly. and the RRU hardware is functional. Table 3-28 Ports on the WBBP Label CPRI Connector Type SFP Data Rate l Description Data transmission port between the BBU and the RRU. 0. E1 surge protection transfer cable. supporting input and output of optical and electrical signals 1.

and GPS clock signal cable. FE surge protection transfer cable. Either -48 V power cable or +24 V power cable can be used. CPRI optical cable. 3.2.14 EMUA Signal Cable 3-26 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. It connects the UELP to the main control board.11 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the APMI and the BBU This describes the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU. It connects the BBU3900 to the controller and transmits baseband signals. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .10 CPRI Optical Cable The CPRI optical cable is used to transmit CPRI signals between the BBU3900 and RRU or between RRUs. 3.2.2. alarm cable. The cables are the PGND cable. power cable.2. 3.6 E1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable This describes the E1 surge protection transfer cable.8 FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable This describes the FE surge protection transfer cable.2.2. 3. EMUA monitoring signal cable.4 Power cable(OMB) The BBU power cable in the OMB is used to supply -48 V DC power to the BBU and HEUA.2.3 Power Cable This describes the power cable.. It connects the BBU3900 to the controller through routing equipment and transmits baseband signals. E1 surge protection transfer cable. It is an optional cable that connects the main control board to the UFLP.2.2 PGND Cable This describes the PGND cable. FE cable.2. and door status sensor to the EXT_ALM1 port of the BBU. depending on the power input.7 FE Cable This describes the FE cable. 3.9 Iub Optical Cable The Iub optical cable transmits signals over the Iub interface between the BBU3900 and the RNC.2. BBU alarm cable. Iub optical cable. E1 cable.5 E1 Cable This describes the E1 cable. CPRI optical cable.13 Monitoring Signal Cable for the HEUA The monitoring signal cable for the HEUA transmits the monitoring information collected by the HEUA to the BBU.2. 3. 3. 3.2. This cable is optional. and GPS clock signal cable. It transmits the environment monitoring signals of the power cabinet to the BBU. 3.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the APM30 Transmission Cabinet The monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet is used to connect the alarm ports of the APMI. DCDU.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU. 3. 3.2. The DC OMB and AC OMB require different power cables between the BBU and the HEUA. APMI-BBU monitoring signal cable. 3. Ltd.1 BBU3900 Cable List This describes the BBU3900 cables. 3.2. EMUA signal cable. 3. The PGND cable ensures the grounding of the BBU3900.

3.2.5 E1 Cable If the UELP is configured. 3-27 . Iub optical cable. It transmits Boolean alarm signals from the EMUA to the BBU3900. Installation Positions One end is connected to the grounding bolt of the BBU. 3.2. The 3V3 connector is linked to the PWR port on the UPEU. The other end is connected to the external power device.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware This describes the EMUA signal cable. the DB26 male connector is linked to the OUTSIDE port on the UELP. If no UELP is configured. l 3. 3. and the connector at the other end needs to be made depending on field requirements. Table 3-29 lists the BBU3900 cables.2 PGND Cable Factory Settings The terminals are made on site depending on field requirements. BBU alarm cable. and GPS clock signal cable. Table 3-29 BBU3900 Cable list Cable Type 3. FE cable. Appropriate terminals are added to the bare end on site based on the connector of the power distribution device. The GPS clock signals serve as the clock reference of the BBU3900. E1 cable. 3. It transmits alarm signals from external devices to the BBU3900.. The cables are the PGND cable. The other end is connected to the wiring terminal of the PGND bar. DB26 male connector at one end. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.15 BBU Alarm Cable This describes the alarm cable. power cable.2.2.16 GPS Clock Signal Cable This describes the GPS clock signal cable. This cable is delivered with the EMUA. FE surge protection transfer cable. the DB26 male connector is linked to the E1/T1 port on the WMPT. E1 surge protection transfer cable. It is an optional cable that transmits GPS clock signals from the GPS antenna system to the BBU3900.2.2. EMUA monitoring signal cable.3 Power Cable 3V3 connector at one end and bare wires at the other end. APMI-BBU monitoring signal cable. CPRI optical cable.1 BBU3900 Cable List This describes the BBU3900 cables. l The other end is connected to the corresponding auxiliary equipment. Ltd.

. l If the UELP is configured. The other end is connected to the routing equipment. Ltd. l 3.14 EMUA Signal Cable RJ45 connector at one end and DB9 male connector at the other end The RJ45 connector is linked to the MON0 port on the UPEU or the UEIU. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .8 FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable RJ45 connectors at the two ends One end is connected to the FE0 port on the WMPT. the DB26 male connector is linked to the E1/T1 port on the UTRP. 3.2. 3-28 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. One end is connected to the EXT-ALM port on the UEIU or the UPEU.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Cable Type 3.7 FE Cable RJ45 connectors at the two ends One end is connected to the FE0 port on the WMPT.2. The DB9 male connector is linked to the RS-485 port on the EMUA. The other end is connected to the CPRI_W port on the RRU.2.11 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the APMI and the BBU RJ45 connector at both ends. The other end is connected to the FE0 port at the INSIDE side. RX-. 3. The other end is connected to the ports TX-. and RX+ on the APMI.2. the DB26 male connector is linked to the E1/T1 port on the WMPT.2. 3.2. 3. and the RJ45 connector at one end has to be removed on site to make the wires bare.2.15 BBU Alarm Cable RJ45 connectors at the two ends 3.6 E1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable Factory Settings DB26 male connector at one end and DB25 male connector at the other end Installation Positions The DB25 male connector is linked to the INSIDE port on the UELP. TX+. If no UELP is configured. The other end is connected to the corresponding external device.10 CPRI Optical Cable DLC connectors at both ends One end is connected to the CPRI port on the WBBP. The RJ45 connector is linked to the MON1 port on the UPEU or the UEIU.

2 PGND Cable This describes the PGND cable. 3-29 . The PGND cable ensures the grounding of the BBU3900.2.2. Figure 3-23 shows the PGND cable. it is recommended that you use a copper-based cable with a minimum cross-sectional area of 6 mm2. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2.3 Power Cable This describes the power cable. 3. Figure 3-24 shows the power cable by taking OT terminals at the bare end as an example. Figure 3-23 PGND cable 3. Either -48 V power cable or +24 V power cable can be used.. Appearance The green and yellow PGND cable is a single cable with a cross-sectional area of 6 mm2. Ltd. Both ends of the cable are OT terminals. depending on the power input. Appearance The power cable has a 3V3 connector at one end and bare wires at the other end. The N-type connector is linked to the GPS surge protector. If you prepare the cable by yourself.16 GPS Clock Signal Cable Factory Settings SMA male connector at one end and N-type connector at the other end Installation Positions The SMA male connector is linked to the GPS port on the WMPT.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Cable Type 3. Based on the connector of the power distribution device. appropriate terminals are added to the bare end on site.

but they differ in color. The +24 V power cables have the same appearance to the -48 V power cables.. The DC OMB and AC OMB require different power cables between the BBU and the HEUA. Table 3-30 and Table 3-31 describe the pin assignment for the wires of the power cable. 3-30 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Ltd.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-24 Power cable (1) 3V3 connector (2) OT terminal NOTE There are two -48 V power cables with one in blue and the other in black.4 Power cable(OMB) The BBU power cable in the OMB is used to supply -48 V DC power to the BBU and HEUA. Table 3-30 Pin assignment for wires of the -48 V power cable Pin on the 3V3 Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Blue Black Description -48 V GND Table 3-31 Pin assignment for wires of the +24 V power cable Pin on the 3V3 Connector A1 A2 A3 Color Red Black Description +24 V GND 3.2. Pin Assignment The power cable is a 2-wire cable. The +24 V power cable are in red and black.

Figure 3-26 Appearance of power cable(DC OMB) (1) 3V3 power connector (2) OT terminal 3. It connects the BBU3900 to the controller and transmits baseband signals.5 E1 Cable This describes the E1 cable. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2. 3-31 .. Ltd. Figure 3-25 Appearance of power cable(AC OMB) (1) 3V3 power connector for the BBU (2) H4 connector (3) 3V3 power connector for the HEUA Figure 3-26 shows the appearance of power cable(DC OMB). The connector at the other end of the cable should be made on site according to site requirements. Figure 3-27 shows an E1 cable. One end of the E1 cable is a DB26 male connector. Structure The E1 cables are of two types: 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable and 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Appearance Figure 3-25 shows the appearance of power cable(AC OMB).

"Tip" refers to a wire in the E1 coaxial cable. and "Ring" refers to an external conductor of the cable.1 X1.6 X1.. 1 Cable Label RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2RX3+ RX3RX4+ RX4TX1+ TX1TX2+ TX2TX3+ TX3TX4+ TX4- 3-32 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 X1.19 X1.8 X1.21 X1.7 X1.23 X1.22 X1.25 X1.24 X1.20 X1. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .5 X1.26 Wire Type Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring Tip Ring 8 6 4 2 7 5 3 Coaxial Series No.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-27 E1 cable Pin Assignment Table 3-32 and Table 3-33 describe the pin assignment for the wires of the E1 cable. Ltd.3 X1.4 X1. Table 3-32 Pin assignment for the wires of the 75-ohm E1 coaxial cable Pins of the DB26 Male Connector X1. NOTE In Table 3-32.

21 X.8 X. It connects the UELP to the main control board.25 X. 3-33 .3 X.19 X.6 E1 Surge Protection Transfer Cable This describes the E1 surge protection transfer cable.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-33 Pin assignment for the wires of the 120-ohm E1 twisted pair cable Pins of the DB26 Male Connector X.20 X. Ltd.24 X.4 X. Appearance The E1 surge protection transfer cable has a DB26 male connector at one end and a DB25 male connector at the other end.22 X.23 X.2.2 X.1 X.5 X..6 X.26 Wire Color Blue White Orange White Green White Brown White Gray White Blue Red Orange Red Green Red Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Twisted pair cable Wire Type Twisted pair cable Cable Labels RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2RX3+ RX3RX4+ RX4TX1+ TX1TX2+ TX2TX3+ TX3TX4+ TX4- 3.7 X. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. as shown in Figure 3-28.

22 X1.5 X1.3 X2.24 X1.1 X1.14 X2.11 X2. Ltd.4 X2.12 X2.26 Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Pin on the DB25 Male Connector X2.9 X2.2 X2. Table 3-34 Pin assignment for the wires of the E1 surge protection transfer cable Pin on the DB26 Male Connector X1.25 3-34 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 X1.19 X1.10 X2.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Figure 3-28 E1 surge protection transfer cable (1) DB25 male (2) DB26 male Pin Assignment Table 3-34 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the E1 surge protection transfer cable.4 X1.25 X1.15 X2.6 X1.7 X2.24 X2.6 X2.5 X2.3 X1.8 X2. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .23 X1..8 X1.21 X1.13 X2.7 X1.20 X1.

It is an optional cable that connects the main control board to the UFLP.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware 3.2.6 X2. Table 3-35 Pin assignments for the wires of the FE cable Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1.8 FE Surge Protection Transfer Cable This describes the FE surge protection transfer cable.2. Appearance The FE cable has an RJ45 connector at each end. as shown in Figure 3-29.8 X1. It connects the BBU3900 to the controller through routing equipment and transmits baseband signals..1 X1.7 3. Ltd.4 X1.7 Wire Color Orange White and orange Green White and green Blue White and blue Brown White and brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Pin on the RJ45 Connector X2.6 X1.4 X2.5 X1. 3-35 .3 X1.5 X2.2 X1.2 X2.1 X2. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.8 X2.3 X2.7 FE Cable This describes the FE cable. Figure 3-29 FE cable (1) RJ45 connector Pin Assignment Table 3-35 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the FE cable.

2. Table 3-36 Pin assignment for the wires of the FE surge protection transfer cable Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1.5 X2.2 X2.4 X2.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Appearance The FE surge protection transfer cable has an RJ45 connector at each end..8 X1.7 3. as shown in Figure 3-30. and the other end has an FC.7 Wire Color Orange White and orange Green White and green Blue White and blue Brown White and brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair Pin on the RJ45 Connector X2.9 Iub Optical Cable The Iub optical cable transmits signals over the Iub interface between the BBU3900 and the RNC. This cable is optional. Ltd.5 X1.8 X2.2 X1.6 X2.3 X2. or LC connector.3 X1.1 X2. 3-36 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. SC. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Figure 3-30 FE surge protection transfer cable Pin Assignment Table 3-36 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the FE surge protection transfer cable.1 X1. Figure 3-32and Figure 3-33.4 X1. as shown in Figure 3-31.6 X1. Appearance One end of the Iub optical cable has an LC connector.

Ltd.3 3. Appearance The CPRI optical cable is a multi-mode 2-wire cable with a DLC connector at each end.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Figure 3-31 Iub optical cable .2. 3-37 .. Figure 3-34 shows the CPRI optical cable. Figure 3-34 CPRI optical cable (1) DLC connector (3) Fiber tail (2) Label on the fiber tail Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Figure 3-32 Iub optical cable .2 Figure 3-33 Iub optical cable .10 CPRI Optical Cable The CPRI optical cable is used to transmit CPRI signals between the BBU3900 and RRU or between RRUs.

05 m respectively.. the fiber tails at both RRU sides are 0..3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide When the CPRI optical cable is used for connection between the BBU and RRU.. Appearance The monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU has an RJ45 connector at one end and four bare wires at the other end. CPRI_W RX port on the RRU CPRI_W TX port on the RRU TX port on the BBU RX port on the BBU Table 3-38 Pin assignment for the fiber tails of the CPRI optical cable between RRUs Label 1A 1B 2A 2B Color Orange Gray Orange Gray Connects to. Figure 3-35 shows the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU.2.11 Monitoring Signal Cable Between the APMI and the BBU This describes the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU. It transmits the environment monitoring signals of the power cabinet to the BBU.. CPRI_W RX port on the RRU 1 CPRI_W TX port on the RRU 1 CPRI_E TX port on the RRU 0 CPRI_E RX port on the RRU 0 3. Pin Assignment Table 3-37 and Table 3-38 describes the pin assignment for the fiber tails of the CPRI optical cable between the BBU and RRU and the CPRI optical cable between RRUs respectively.35 m and 0. Table 3-37 Pin assignment for the fiber tails of the CPRI optical cable between the BBU and RRU Label 1A 1B 2A 2B Color Orange Gray Orange Gray Connects to. the fiber tails at the BBU side and RRU side are 0. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .05 m. Ltd. When the CPRI optical cable is used for connection between RRUs. 3-38 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

Ltd.2 X1.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Figure 3-35 Monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU Pin Assignment Table 3-39 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU. as shown in Figure 3-36. Figure 3-36 Monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 3-39 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable between the APMI and the BBU Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1.. 3-39 . Appearance One end of the monitoring signal cable is an RJ45 connector and the other end consists of three pairs of wires in different colors. and door status sensor to the EXT_ALM1 port of the BBU. DCDU.12 Monitoring Signal Cable for the APM30 Transmission Cabinet The monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet is used to connect the alarm ports of the APMI.5 Color X2 to X5 Ends Description Terminal on the APMI TX+ TXTwisted pair RX+ RX- White Orange Blue White X2 X3 X4 X5 Twisted pair 3.1 X1.2.4 X1.

Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . Appearance Figure 3-37 shows the monitoring signal cable for the HEUA.4 X4 X5 X6 X7 White Green White Blue Twisted pair 3. Figure 3-37 Monitoring signal cable for the HEUA (1) RJ-45 connector Pin Assignment Table 3-41 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the HEUA.of the APMI Twisted pair Alarm wiring terminal of the DCDU Alarm wiring terminal of the door status sensor X1.5 X1.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Installation Positions The wires in different colors are connected to different wiring terminals. 3-40 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 Pin of Cord End Terminal X2 Color White Wire Type Twisted pair Wiring Terminal Alarm wiring terminal OUT+ of the APMI Alarm wiring terminal OUT. Table 3-40 Connections of the monitoring signal cable for the transmission cabinet Pin of RJ45 Connector X1.3 X1.2. Table 3-40 lists the mapping between the wires and the pins.6 X1.13 Monitoring Signal Cable for the HEUA The monitoring signal cable for the HEUA transmits the monitoring information collected by the HEUA to the BBU. Ltd..2 X3 Orange X1.

7 X2.3 X2. Appearance Figure 3-38 shows the EMUA signal cable.3 X1. This cable is delivered with the EMUA.5 X2.5 X1.4 X1.4 X2. Figure 3-38 EMUA signal cable (1) RJ45 connector (2) DB9 male connector Pin Assignment Table 3-42 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA signal cable.8 X2 End X2.1 X2..6 X1. It transmits Boolean alarm signals from the EMUA to the BBU3900.2 X1.7 X1.8 Wire Color White Orange White Green White Blue White Brown Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Wire Type Twisted pair 3. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-41 Pin assignment for the wires of the monitoring signal cable for the HEUA X1 End X1.2. Ltd. 3-41 .2 X2.1 X1.6 X2.14 EMUA Signal Cable This describes the EMUA signal cable.

.3 X2.6 X2. Appearance The alarm cable of the BBU3900 has an RJ45 connector at each end.5 X1.2 X1.2 X2.15 BBU Alarm Cable This describes the alarm cable. Figure 3-39 BBU alarm cable Pin Assignment Table 3-43 describes the pin assignment for the wires of the alarm cable.4 3-42 Pin on the RJ45 Connector X2.3 X2.2 Color Description Terminal on the APMI TX+ TXTwisted pair RXRX+ White Orange White Blue Twisted pair 3.3 X1.5 X1. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .4 Wire Color Orange and white Orange Green and white Green Blue and white Blue Wire Type Twisted pair Twisted pair Twisted pair Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.1 X1.5 X2. One RJ45 connector at one end.1 X2.7 X2. Table 3-43 Pin assignment for the wires of the alarm cable Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1.1 X1.2. may be removed and an appropriate terminal may be added according to the field requirements. It transmits alarm signals from external devices to the BBU3900. however.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Table 3-42 Pin assignment for the wires of the EMUA signal cable Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1. Ltd.2 X1.6 X1. as shown in Figure 3-39.6 X2.4 Pin on the DB9 Male Connector X2.

3-43 . Appearance The GPS clock signal cable has an SMA male connector at one end and an N-type connector at the other end.2 OMB The Outdoor Mini Box(OMB) is an outdoor BBU subrack.8 Wire Color Brown and white Brown Wire Type Twisted pair 3. Figure 3-40 GPS clock signal cable (1) SMA male connector (2) N-type connector 3. EPS30-4815A power equipment. and salt fog damage.3.3 Auxiliary Devices of the BBU3900 This describes the auxiliary devices of the BBU3900. The cable distribution for internal modules is convenient.7 X2. and transmission equipment.3.2. and the grounding function.. The OMB cabinet is equipped with the BBU. the OMB cabinet provides the protection against moisture. In addition. as shown in Figure 3-40.16 GPS Clock Signal Cable This describes the GPS clock signal cable. mould. It is an optional cable that transmits GPS clock signals from the GPS antenna system to the BBU3900. which can be optionally configured with the UFLP or UELP. The GPS clock signals serve as the clock reference of the BBU3900. provides the signal surge protection. 3.7 X1. which is used outdoors. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The OMB cabinet is easy to install and maintain.8 Pin on the RJ45 Connector X2.1 SLPU The signal lightning protection unit (SLPU). The OMB cabinet has good waterproof and dustproof performance. Ltd. The devices consist of the SLPU and OMB Cabinet.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Pin on the RJ45 Connector X1. 3.

which can be installed with the UFLP or UELP. Figure 3-41 Panel of the SLPU 3. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . The OMB cabinet is equipped with the BBU.3. which can be optionally configured with the UFLP or UELP. the OMB cabinet provides the protection against moisture.2 OMB The Outdoor Mini Box(OMB) is an outdoor BBU subrack. Ltd. The cable distribution for internal modules is convenient.1 SLPU The signal lightning protection unit (SLPU). Appearance Figure 3-42 shows the OMB cabinet. In addition. which is used outdoors. and salt fog damage.3 BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide 3. provides the signal surge protection. Figure 3-41 shows the SLPU panel. The OMB cabinet has good waterproof and dustproof performance.3. and the grounding function. EPS30-4815A power equipment.. The OMB cabinet is easy to install and maintain. Figure 3-42 OMB cabinet 3-44 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. mould. and transmission equipment.

.BBU3900 User Guide 3 BBU3900 Hardware Table 3-44 shows the dimensions of the OMB cabinet. and PGND cables of other devices to the grounding busbar of the cabinet. adapting to different environments even though in adverse air conditions. l l l l Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and being capable of working with the diesel generator. Supporting the AC input modes of 220 V single-phase. Table 3-44 Dimensions of the OMB cabinet Length (mm) 390 Width (mm) 240 Height (mm) 600 Functions The functions of the OMB cabinet are as follows: l l l l Providing 3 U installation space for the distributed BTS. Providing secure and reliable surge protection and inductive lightning protection through the AC surge protection box (optional). Being capable of working with the distributed or separated base stations and meeting the requirements in different scenarios. Protecting itself against dust. Dissipating heat by using the core of the heat exchanger and outer and inner air circulation fans and enabling excellent heat dissipation. Connecting the grounding bus of the cabinet. Ltd. PGND cable of the surge protector. 110 V dual-live two-phase. 3-45 . Supporting -48 V DC power input.

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As for the power-off.1 Maintenance Items for the BBU3900 Equipment This describes the maintenance items for the BBU3900 equipment. The maintenance items are related to the fans. equipment surface. 4. cleanliness. boards and module of the BBU. After the BBU is put into use.2 Powering On/Off the BBU3900 This describes how to power on and power off the BBU3900.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware About This Chapter This describes how to maintain BBU hardware. the operation in a normal situation and that in an emergency are different. LEDs. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and ambient temperature in the cabinet. Ltd. 4. The components are the BBU case. 4-1 . and optical modules. you need to check the status of the LEDs on the BBU3900. routine maintenance is performed to ensure the functionality of the BBU.. 4.3 Replacing Components of the BBU3900 This describes how to replace components of the BBU. During power-on.

monthly. or quarterly Monthly or quarterly Operating Instructions Check the fans. Check whether the temperature inside the cabinet is normal. After setting the power switch to ON. you need to check the running status of the BBU3900 through the status of LEDs. 4. Ambient temperature in the cabinet 4. Equipment surface Check whether the surface of each device is damaged and whether the label on each device is legible. 4. Reference Standard No alarm related to the fans is reported.2 Powering Off the BBU3900 This describes how to power off the BBU3900 in a normal situation and in an emergency. you need to check the status of the LEDs on the BBU3900. After setting the power switch to ON.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide 4.1 Powering on the BBU3900 This describes how to check the power-on status of the BBU3900.1 Maintenance Items for the BBU3900 Equipment This describes the maintenance items for the BBU3900 equipment.. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .2 Powering On/Off the BBU3900 This describes how to power on and power off the BBU3900. 4-2 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Check whether each device is clean. 4. and ambient temperature in the cabinet. the operation in a normal situation and that in an emergency are different.2. The requirement for the operating temperature of the BBU3900 is -20℃ to +55℃. Cleanliness LEDs Monthly or quarterly Monthly or quarterly Monthly or quarterly The surface and inside of each device are clean. Check whether the LEDs on each device are functional. None. The maintenance items are related to the fans. cleanliness. Ltd. equipment surface.1 Powering on the BBU3900 This describes how to check the power-on status of the BBU3900. No alarm related to the LEDs is reported.2. LEDs. Table 4-1 Maintenance items for the BBU3900 equipment Item Fans Checking Frequency Weekly.2. you need to check the running status of the BBU3900 through the status of LEDs. As for the power-off. Table 4-1 describes the maintenance items for the BBU3900 equipment. During power-on.

If no. The ACT LED is 1s ON and then OFF. The ACT LED is ON. and then go to Step 1. Step 3 When the board becomes operational.6 V DC to +29 V DC. If. perform the following operations: l Check the power cable to ensure that it is correctly connected. perform the next step accordingly. In this case. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Go to Step 3.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware Prerequisite The input voltage stays within a proper range. Step 2 Check the status of the RUN. The RUN LED is ON. the input voltage should range from +21. the input voltage should range from -38. The ALM LED is OFF. The BBU3900 is faulty.4 V DC to -57 V DC. ----End 4. the status of the LEDs changes... replace the board. Remove the board and check whether there are damaged pins. 4-3 . l l Then. The BBU3900 is running properly. Then.. ALM.. reinstall the board. The ALM LED is 1s ON and then OFF.2 Powering Off the BBU3900 This describes how to power off the BBU3900 in a normal situation and in an emergency. and ACT LEDs on each board in the BBU3900.. The RUN LED 1s ON and 1s OFF. Ltd. l If the BBU3900 uses +24 V DC power. If yes. l Procedure Step 1 Set the power switch of the BBU3900 to ON. contact Huawei for technical support.2. If. The LEDs are in other status. l l l l l l Then. The ALM LED is ON... The board is faulty.. Perform the next step based on the status of the LEDs. The board is operational. If the BBU3900 uses -48 V DC power. l l If the status of LEDs is still abnormal. Reset the board.. The RUN LED is ON. Clear the fault. End the task.

which is a core module of the NodeB.3. The UPEU supports the -48 V DC input.. the BBU is powered off and the ongoing-services are disrupted. or water immersion.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Procedure Step 1 Determine whether the BBU is powered off in a normal situation or in an emergency. 4.1 Replacing a BBU3900 Case This describes how to replace a BBU3900 case.3. 4. Ltd. however. WRFU. During the replacement of the UPEU.6 Replacing a UTRP 4-4 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Replacing a WMPT The WMPT is the BBU3900 main control and transmission board. If. an overtemperature alarm is reported. RNC. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .. with temperature increase. implementing forced heat dissipation for the BBU. Replacing the BBU3900 interrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. Step 3 Set the power switch of the external power supply to the BBU3900 to OFF.5 Replacing a UBFA The UBFA is the fan module in the BBU.. Then.3.. The UBFA and the air inlet box in the BBU form a ventilation loop. RRU.3 Replacing a UPEU The UPEU is the power module of the BBU and provides power for the boards in the BBU. The BBU3900 needs to be powered off when you move the equipment or anticipate a territorial blackout. During the replacement of the UBFA. smoke.3 Replacing Components of the BBU3900 This describes how to replace components of the BBU. such as fire. The BBU3900 needs to be powered off in an emergency.3. The components are the BBU case. Power off the BBU in an emergency by referring to Step 3. the external devices cannot be monitored. processes baseband signals of the entire NodeB system and provides transport interfaces for communication with other NEs. ----End 4. boards and module of the BBU. Then. are not affected.3. set the power switch of the BBU3900 to OFF if time permits. The BBU3900. the heat generated by the BBU cannot be properly ventilated and. During the replacement of the UEIU. The services. replacing the WMPT disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. namely. Step 2 Set the power switch of the BBU3900 and then the power switch of the external power supply to the BBU3900 to OFF. 4. Power off the BBU in a normal situation by referring to Step 2. 4. 4. 4.3.. and optical modules.4 Replacing the UEIU The Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU) is used to transmit the monitoring signals of the service boards in the BBU.

The UFLP replacement interrupts the E1/T1 links. Step 2 Power off the BBU3900 by referring to Powering Off the BBU3900. The UELP replacement interrupts the E1/T1 links. cross screwdriver. 4. and then take insulation measures for the cables. namely.7 Replacing the USCU The USCU is the extended satellite card clock unit of the BBU3900. 4-5 . and turn off the power switch of the external power supply to the BBU3900. The optical module provides the interface for optical-electrical conversion. alarm cable.11 Replacing an Optical Module This describes how to replace an optical module. thus enabling transmission through optical cables between the BBU and other devices. Each UELP provides surge protection for four E1/T1 signals. Replacing the BBU3900 interrupts all the services carried by the NodeB.. push the new BBU3900 case until it is in position. replacing the UTRP disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. Ltd. which is a core module of the NodeB. Step 3 Label the BBU3900 cables. services on the optical cables are disrupted during the replacement. Thus.10 Replacing a WBBP Replacing a WBBP disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. Procedure Step 1 Run ULD CFGFILE on the LMT to upload the NodeB data configuration file to the LMT maintenance computer.9 Replacing the UFLP The UFLP is used for FE surge protection of the BBU. Therefore. GPS. Step 5 Pull the faulty BBU3900 case out of the cabinet.3. Prerequisite The tools and materials. RNC. and RGPS clock signals. NOTE Disconnect the BBU3900 cables in the sequence of the power cable. disconnect them. 4. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. E1 cable. 4.1 Replacing a BBU3900 Case This describes how to replace a BBU3900 case. RRU. 4. Step 6 Insert a new BBU3900 case into the slot. the ongoing BTS services are disrupted.3. such as the ESD wrist strap or gloves. and key to the cabinet door are ready. the ongoing BTS services are disrupted. Then. ESD box or bag.3. Step 4 Use the cross screwdriver to remove the four panel screws. It provides the BITS. Thus.3.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware The UTRP is the BBU3900 main control and transmission board.3.8 Replacing the UELP The UELP is used for E1/T1 surge protection of the BBU. The replacement of the USCU does not affect the services. You need to disconnect the optical cables when replacing the faulty optical module. CPRI optical cable. 4. processes baseband signals of the entire NodeB system and provides transport interfaces for communication with other NEs. and PGND cable. 4.3. The BBU3900. WRFU. FE cable.

----End Postrequisite After replacing the faulty BBU3900 case. check the following items: l l On the M2000 or LMT. A UE can access the cell carried by the BBU3900. Therefore. ESD box or bag. power off the NodeB before replacement. Then. Prerequisite The tools and materials. 4-6 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 12 Run RST NODEB to restart the NodeB. power on the BBU3900 by referring to Powering on the BBU3900. replacing the WMPT disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. When replacing the board. the related alarms are cleared. Step 11 Run LST VER to query the software version and the BootROM version. and the new WMPT becomes the standby WMPT. the standby WMPT becomes the active WMPT and takes over the services. Step 9 Turn on the power switch of the external power supply to the BBU3900. and key to the cabinet door are ready. and then insert a new board into the original slot. run the DLD CFGFILE command to download the NodeB data configuration file to the new BBU3900. update the version. l CAUTION The active/standby fail may result in NodeB resetting or service disruption. Ltd. Replacing the WMPT disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. dustfree cloth. Powering off the NodeB is not required during replacement. do not power off the NodeB. Context l The BBU3900 is configured with one active WMPT.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Step 7 Tighten the panel screws to secure the new BBU3900 case. such as an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. Step 8 Connect the cables to the BBU in turn according to the labels. Replacing the standby WMPT does not disrupt the services. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . After the fail is successful. When the active WMPT is being replaced. Step 10 On the LMT. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty BBU3900 case. an active/standby fail is performed automatically.2 Replacing a WMPT The WMPT is the BBU3900 main control and transmission board.. 4. You only need to remove the faulty board. If it is not correct. Phillips screwdriver.3. The BBU3900 is configured with one active WMPT and one standby WMPT.

2. When the board is operational. If the board works in active mode. and then tighten the screws on the panel of the new WMPT.1. 1. 2. The installation positions of the faulty UPEUs and the interconnection relations of the cables on the UPEU panels are recorded. The UPEU supports the -48 V DC input. and then disconnect the cables. and the time elapsed for the operation of the UPEU. 2. Loosen the screws on the panel of the faulty WMPT.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware Procedure Step 1 Remove the faulty WMPT. Step 3 Check the running status of the new WMPT. see the 3. The required tools and materials such as an ESD wrist strap/ESD gloves and an ESD box/ ESD bag are kept ready. It takes about 10 minutes to replace the board. and the AL LED is OFF. Attach temporary labels to the cables on the faulty WMPT. and then slide the board until it is in position. 4. Prerequisite l l The number and types of faulty UPEUs are obtained. the ACT LED is OFF. Step 2 Install a new WMPT. the BBU is powered off and the ongoing-services are disrupted. 2. 3.3. Place the faulty WMPT in an ESD bag. NOTE For details on the LED of the WMPT. and then pull the faulty WMPT out of the slot. 4. 4-7 . During the replacement of the UPEU. Insert a new WMPT into the slot. 1. l Context This board is hot swappable. If the board does not work or works in standby mode.5 Hz. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty board or module. 3.. 1. Turn the ejector lever outwards. the ACT LED is ON. and new UPEUs are available. Turn the ejector levers inwards.3 Replacing a UPEU The UPEU is the power module of the BBU and provides power for the boards in the BBU.2 WMPT. the RUN LED blinks at 0. the installation of the new UPEU and the cables. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. The duration of the replacement involves the removal of the cables and the faulty UPEU. Connect the cables to the ports on the panel of the new WMPT according to the recorded cable connections.

3 UPEU.3. 4. see the 3. as shown in Figure 4-1.2. Ltd. Step 8 Install the cables on the panel of the new board according to the recorded installation positions. Step 3 Loosen the screws on the panel of the UPEU. Procedure Step 1 Power off the BBU by referring to Powering Off the BBU. and electronic components. Step 2 Remove the cables from the panel of the faulty UPEU.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures.4 Replacing the UEIU The Universal Environment Interface Unit (UEIU) is used to transmit the monitoring signals of the service boards in the BBU. Step 7 Fasten the screws on the panel of the new UPEU. to avoid static damage to boards. Step 9 Power on the BBU by referring to Powering On the BBU. Step 5 Put the faulty UPEU into the ESD bag. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty UPEU. Figure 4-1 Loosening the screws Step 4 Remove the faulty UPEU from the slot. Step 6 Slide the new UPEU into the slot of the faulty UPEU. modules. the external devices cannot be monitored. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves.. 4-8 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. NOTE For details on the LED of the UPEU. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . During the replacement of the UEIU. Step 10 Check the running status of the new UPEU.1.

The duration of the replacement involves the removal of the cables and the faulty UEIU. Ltd. and the time elapsed for the operation of the UEIU. Step 7 Install the cables on the panel of the new board according to the recorded installation positions. modules. It takes about 5 minutes to replace the board. Step 2 Loosen the screws on the panel of the UEIU. 4-9 . The required tools and materials such as ESD wrist strap/ESD gloves and ESD box/ESD bag are kept ready. as shown in Figure 4-2. the installation of the new UEIU and the cables. Step 5 Slide the new UEIU into the slot of the faulty UEIU. l Context This board is hot swappable.. Figure 4-2 Loosening the screws UEIU EXT-ALM1 EXT-ALMO MON1 MONO Step 3 Remove the faulty UEIU from the slot. to avoid static damage to boards. Step 6 Fasten the screws on the panel of the new board. Step 4 Put the faulty UEIU into an ESD bag. CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. The installation positions of the faulty UEIUs and the interconnection relations of the cables on the UEIU panels are recorded. Procedure Step 1 Remove the cables from the panel of the faulty UEIU.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware Prerequisite l l The number and types of faulty UEIUs are determined. ----End Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and new UEIUs are available. and electronic components.

Procedure Step 1 Loosen the screws on the panel of the UBFA. Context This board is hot swappable. During the replacement of the UBFA. CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures. the heat generated by the BBU cannot be properly ventilated and. are not affected. installing the new UBFA.5 Replacing a UBFA The UBFA is the fan module in the BBU. The services. and new modules are ready.3. 4-10 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and electronic components. to avoid static damage to boards. with temperature increase. Prerequisite l l The quantity of faulty UBFAs is checked. an overtemperature alarm is reported. as shown in Figure 4-3. It takes about three minutes to replace a UBFA. which involves removing the faulty UBFA. implementing forced heat dissipation for the BBU. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . and waiting for the new UBFA to start working properly. modules. 4. Ltd. The UBFA and the air inlet box in the BBU form a ventilation loop. do not touch the rotating fans with hands to avoid being hurt after the FAN unit are removed. CAUTION If one or more fans are still rotating in the faulty FAN unit.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty UEIU. The installation positions of the faulty UBFAs are recorded.. however.

NOTE For details on the LED of the UBFA. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Slide the new UBFA into the slot. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty UBFA.2.5 UBFA. Step 4 Tighten the screws on the panel of the new UBFA. replacing the UTRP disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. 4-11 .. Ltd. see the 3. CAUTION If one or more fans are still rotating in the faulty FAN unit.1. do not touch the rotating fans with hands to avoid being hurt after the FAN unit are removed.6 Replacing a UTRP The UTRP is the BBU3900 main control and transmission board.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware Figure 4-3 Loosening the screws Step 2 Remove the faulty UBFA from the slot.3. 4. Step 5 Check the running status of the new UBFA.

3. Replacing the UTRP disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. 2. 1. and then slide the board until it is in position. Step 3 Check the running status of the new UTRP. and then tighten the screws on the panel of the new UTRP. Step 2 Install a new UTRP.6 UTRP. power off the NodeB before replacement. When the active UTRP is being replaced. the standby UTRP becomes the active UTRP and takes over the services. the RUN LED blinks at 0. When replacing the board. see the 3. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty board or module. Ltd. and the new UTRP becomes the standby UTRP. 4. Phillips screwdriver. 1. The BBU3900 is configured with one active UTRP and one standby UTRP. Context l The BBU3900 is configured with one active UTRP. Therefore.5 Hz. If the board works in active mode. an active/standby fail is performed automatically. the ACT LED is ON. ESD box or bag. When the board is operational. 2. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .1. Connect the cables to the ports on the panel of the new UTRP according to the recorded cable connections. Attach temporary labels to the cables on the faulty UTRP. Replacing the standby UTRP does not disrupt the services. Turn the ejector levers inwards. such as an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. 1.. After the fail is successful. 3. l CAUTION The active/standby fail may result in NodeB resetting or service disruption. 2. and the AL LED is OFF. and key to the cabinet door are ready. Powering off the NodeB is not required during replacement. the ACT LED is OFF.2. dustfree cloth. 4-12 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Prerequisite The tools and materials. Procedure Step 1 Remove the faulty UTRP. Turn the ejector lever outwards. NOTE For details on the LED of the UTRP. Insert a new UTRP into the slot. and then pull the faulty UTRP out of the slot. and then disconnect the cables. Loosen the screws on the panel of the faulty UTRP. You only need to remove the faulty board. and then insert a new board into the original slot. Place the faulty UTRP in an ESD bag. If the board does not work or works in standby mode. do not power off the NodeB.

connect the removed cables to the ports on the panel of the new board. Before replacing the SPSU. Put the removed board into an antistatic packing box/bag.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware 4. modules. 3. to avoid static damage to boards. l Context This topic describes how to install the hot-pluggable boards. Step 3 Install the new board. The required tools and materials such as ESD wrist strap/ESD gloves and ESD box/ESD bag are available.2. Step 4 Check the running status of the new USCU. NOTE For details on the LED of the USCU. 4-13 .3. 2. Wear an ESD wrist strap and ESD gloves and insert the grounding plug into the antistatic jack on the cabinet. see the 3. Prerequisite l l The number and types of faulty USCUs are determined. Remove the faulty board. GPS. Ensure that it is intact and its hardware version is the same as the removed one. attach a replacement label on the panel of the board to be replaced to avoid maloperations. It provides the BITS. Take out the new board. 1. 2. 4.. The installation positions of the faulty USCUs and the interconnection relations for the cables on the USCU panels are recorded. Install the new board. Step 2 Remove the faulty board. According to the labels.1. Label the cables on the panel and then remove them. ----End Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.7 USCU. 1. The replacement of the USCU does not affect the services. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. and RGPS clock signals. 3. Procedure Step 1 Mark the position of the faulty board.7 Replacing the USCU The USCU is the extended satellite card clock unit of the BBU3900. CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures. and new USCUs are available. Ltd. and electronic components.

board name. place the onsite fault record and the antistatic bag in the board box. l Context This board is hot swappable. to avoid static damage to boards.8 Replacing the UELP The UELP is used for E1/T1 surge protection of the BBU. Then. Ltd. fault symptoms.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Postrequisite l l Record the software version. and site name of the faulty board.3. l l l 4. The duration of the replacement involves the removal of the cables and the faulty board. Procedure Step 1 Remove the cables from the panel of the faulty UELP. alarm name.. CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures. the installation of the new board and the cables. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) . and the time required for the operation of the board. mechanical parts or plug-ins are distorted. Check whether there is visible physical damage on the board. Step 2 Loosen the screws on the panel of the UELP. Figure 4-4 Loosening the screws 4-14 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. slot number. including the cause of the fault. Place the faulty board in an antistatic bag. Each UELP provides surge protection for four E1/T1 signals. Thus. The UELP replacement interrupts the E1/T1 links. for example. and store them properly. or the board is burnt. status of indicators on the board panel. and new UELPs are kept ready. pins are bent or missing. Prerequisite l l The number and types of faulty UELPs are determined. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. The required tools and materials such as ESD wrist strap/ESD gloves and ESD box/ESD bag are kept ready. as shown in Figure 4-4. modules. and detailed procedures for identifying and clearing the fault on site. and electronic components. It takes about two minutes to replace the board. The installation positions of the UELP and the interconnection relations of the cables on the UELP panel are recorded. Record the information about the fault location process. Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty board. the ongoing BTS services are disrupted.

and new UFLPs are kept ready. The UFLP replacement interrupts the E1/T1 links. Figure 4-5 Loosening the screws Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware Step 3 Remove the faulty UELP from the slot. such as wearing an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. Ltd. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty UELP. Prerequisite l l l The number and types of faulty UFLPs are determined. the ongoing BTS services are disrupted.3. The required tools and materials such as ESD wrist strap/ESD gloves and ESD box/ESD bag are kept ready. Step 7 Perform the dialing test to verify that the services are resumed. Step 6 Install the cables on the panel of the new UELP according to the recorded installation positions. 4-15 .9 Replacing the UFLP The UFLP is used for FE surge protection of the BBU. Context This board is hot swappable. The duration of the replacement involves the removal of the cables and the faulty board. Step 5 Fasten the screws on the panel of the new UELP.. as shown in Figure 4-5. CAUTION Take correct ESD prevention measures. It takes about two minutes to replace the board. the installation of the new board and the cables. and electronic components. modules. Step 2 Loosen the screws on the panel of the UFLP. 4. Thus. and the time required for the operation of the board. Step 4 Slide the new UELP into the slot of the faulty UELP. to avoid static damage to boards. The installation positions of the UFLP and the interconnection relations of the cables on the UFLP panel are recorded. Procedure Step 1 Remove the cables from the panel of the faulty UFLP.

Ltd. and then slide the board until it is in position. 4. such as an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. see the 3. and key to the cabinet door are ready.10 Replacing a WBBP Replacing a WBBP disrupts all the services carried by the NodeB. 4. 3. clear them according to handling suggestions. Step 6 Activate the BootROM or software version of the new WBBP.1. If active alarms are reported. 2.2. Step 7 Perform the dialing test to verify that the services are resumed. 1. 4-16 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 6 Install the cables on the panel of the new UFLP according to the recorded installation positions. run the BLK BRD command to block the faulty WBBP. Step 2 Remove the faulty WBBP. and then pull the faulty WBBP out of the slot. On the LMT or M2000 client. Procedure Step 1 On the LMT. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty UFLP. Loosen the screws on the panel of the faulty WBBP. 1.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Step 3 Remove the faulty UFLP from the slot. 2. Place the faulty WBBP in an ESD bag. Phillips screwdriver. If no active alarm is reported. dustfree cloth. Step 4 Slide the new UFLP into the slot of the faulty UFLP. go to Step 6.. Step 5 Fasten the screws on the panel of the new UFLP. Turn the ejector lever outwards. Step 4 Check the running status of the new WBBP. Prerequisite The tools and materials. Connect the cables to the ports on the panel of the new WBBP according to the recorded cable connections. and then tighten the screws on the panel of the new WBBP.10 WBBP. Insert a new WBBP into the slot. Attach temporary labels to the cables on the faulty WBBP. Step 3 Install a new WBBP. NOTE For details on the LEDs of the WBBP. 1. ESD box or bag. 3. 2. run the LST ALMAF command to query active alarms. and then disconnect the cables. Step 5 Check whether related alarms are reported. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .3. Turn the ejector levers inwards.

Step 7 On the LMT. The time covers the activities of disconnecting the optical cable. thus enabling transmission through optical cables between the BBU and other devices. CAUTION l Take proper ESD protection measures. Optical modules are hot swappable.3. 4. The optical module provides the interface for optical-electrical conversion. for example. Run the DSP BRDVER command to check whether the BootROM or software version of the new WBBP is correct. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. and connecting the optical cable to the new optical module. module. run the ACT SOFTWARE command to activate the BootROM or software version of the board. run the UBL BRD command to unblock the new WBBP. Then. to prevent electrostatic hazard to the board. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty WBBP. removing the faulty optical module. 2. l Procedure Step 1 Press the latch on the connector of the optical cable. If the BootROM or software version is incorrect. inserting a new optical module. wear an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. You need to disconnect the optical cables when replacing the faulty optical module.11 Replacing an Optical Module This describes how to replace an optical module. The ESD wrist strap or gloves and ESD box or bag are ready.. It takes about five minutes to replace an optical module. Prerequisite l The quantity and models of the faulty optical modules are checked. l l Context Optical modules are installed in ports CPRI0 through CPRI2 on the WBBP. Ltd. The connections of the faulty optical module and the associated optical cable are recorded. services on the optical cables are disrupted during the replacement. 4-17 .BBU3900 User Guide 4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware 1. Do not look directly at the optical module after removing the connector of the optical cable from the optical module. Therefore. and new optical modules are ready. and recovery of the CPRI links. pull the connector out of the faulty optical module. or electrical parts.

.. Issue 05 (2009-06-30) .. The CPRI links are recovered and the optical module is replaced successfully. Remove the optical module from the BBU. Connect the optical cable to the optical module. Step 5 Check whether the CPRI links are recovered by viewing the CPRI LED on the WBBP icon.. 4-18 Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Step 3 Install a new optical module in the BBU.. Check whether the optical module and the optical cable are correctly connected to the WBBP. Then. Step 4 Remove the dustproof caps from the optical module and from the connector on the optical cable. Then. The CPRI links are not recovered. The CPRI LED is green.4 Maintaining BBU3900 Hardware BBU3900 User Guide Step 2 Turn the ring on the faulty optical module outwards. The CPRI LED is of another color. Ltd. If. hold the ring and take the faulty optical module out of the port. ----End Postrequisite Contact the local Huawei office to handle the faulty optical module.

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