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FLX002

Flexi Multiradio BTS WCDMA System Module


Description, Commissioning & Integration
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Service Excellence Program

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House Keeping
Please turn off phones and laptops.
You may use them during breaks.

Phones and
Laptops

Locate nearest stairwell and


elevator exits in case of emergency.

Fire Escape

Respect office personnel and


Locate restrooms.

Restrooms

Breaks will be given often.

Time

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keep voices to a minimum.

SHHHHHH!!!

Do not take items from the breakroom


without checking with instructor first.

Breakroom

Ice Breaking
Telecom
experience?

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Name

What are your


expectations from
this training?

Training Environment
Turn off cell phones and laptops during class.
Breaks will be established to allow for email and voicemail checks.
Know where restrooms and fire escapes are located.

When leaving the classroom be mindful of others working.


Clean up after yourselves in break areas and classroom.
Do not discuss company information with others.

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Course Goal

What will you gain from this training?


At the end of this training, you should be able to do the following:

Describe the NSN Flexi MultiRadio WCDMA BTS


solution

Install the NSN Flexi MultiRadio WCDMA BTS


Modules, Transport Sub-Module

Commission and Integrate the NSN Flexi MultiRadio


WCDMA BTS Modules, Transport Sub-Module

Explain the model site types

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Course Outline
Training modules

Introduction to UMTS
Flexi UMTS BTS architecture

Flexi UMTS BTS configurations


Flexi UMTS BTS Commissioning and
Integration

Flexi UMTS BTS licensed features and


software compatibility
Flexi UMTS BTS trouble management

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3GPP UMTS Evolution


WCDMA is the next step in mobile radio communications after HSPA
Evolution driven by data rate and latency requirements

WCDMA

HSDPA/HSUPA

HSPA +

EUTRA (WCDMA)

384 kbps DL 14.4 Mbps peak DL 28 Mbps peak DL

100 Mbps peak DL

384 kbps UL 5.7 Mbps peak UL

11 Mbps peak UL

50 Mbps peak UL

RTT ~150 ms RTT <100/50 ms

RTT < 30 ms (2ms


TTI)

RTT ~10 ms

CS/PS

PS

PS

PS
UTRA evolution: WCDMA 5MHz
3GPP
Rel.99/4

3GPP Rel. 5/6

3GPP Rel. 7

UTRA Long Term Evolution:


up to 20 MHz BW
3GPP Rel. 8

2009/10
2005/06 HSDPA
2008/09
2007/08 HSUPA
E-UTRA: Evolved UMTS Terrestrial Radio
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2003/4

Module 1:
Flexi WCDMA BTS Overview

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Course Goal
What will you gain from this training?
At the end of this training, you will be able to do the following:

Describe the Flexi WCDMA BTS solution


Install the Flexi WCDMA BTS modules, transport sub-module and cables
Explain the model site types

Understand and perform the BTS Commissioning


Perform some basic troubleshooting

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Flexi WCDMA BTS Documentation

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Abbreviations
FACA

Same Band combiner with TX summing for 850

General policy for abbreviations:

FADA

Same Band combiner with TX summing for 900

1st letter

FAEA

Same Band combiner with TX summing for 1800

FAFA

Same Band combiner with TX summing for 1900

FCDA

Flexi Cabinet Smoke Detector

FCFA

Flexi Cabinet Air FiWCDMAr

FCHA

Flexi Cabinet Heater

FCIA

Flexi Cabinet for Indoor (Epsilon program design item)

S for System Modules

FCOA

Flexi Cabinet for Outdoor

B for Baseband Extension Modules

FCSA

Flexi Cabinet Site Support Module

T for Transport Modules, Sub modules and Cables

FDIA

Diplexer for 1.7/2.1/1900

P for Power Supply Modules and Sub modules

FLIA

Dual Wide band Mast Head Amplifier

FMCA

Flexi 3U Mounting Covers front and back

FMCB

Flexi 2U Mounting Covers front and back (Epsilon program


design item

FMFA

Flexi Mounting Kit for Floor and wall and pole

FMUA

Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical for 2G

FMUB

Flexi Mounting Kit Horizontal for 2G

FPAA

Flexi Power AC/DC sub-module 230 V

FPAB

Flexi Power AC/DC sub-module 230V

FPBA

Flexi Power Battery sub-module

FPDA

Flexi Power DC/DC Module 24 V (Epsilon program design


item)

FPMA

Flexi Power Module

F for Flexi

2nd letter
A for Antenna Equipment and Same Band Combiner
D for Diplexers
R for Radio Modules

M for Mounting Kits


C for Cabinet and Cabinet Accessories
L for low noise Mast Head Amplifier

3rd Application or usage or frequency band (RF and Mast Head


Amplifiers)
4th for version A is the first one, future B, C...

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Abbreviations
FR__

Flexi RF Module codes:

A = 400 MHz
C = 850 MHz
D = 900 MHz
G = 2100 MHz
I = 1700/2100 MHz
FX__

B = 700 MHz
E = 1800 MHz and 1700MHz
F = 1900 MHz
H = 2500 MHz
J = 2000MHz

Flexi RF Multi Radio

FTEA

Flexi Transport E1 Asymmetric sub-module, version A

FTEB

Transport E1 Asymmetric sub-module

FTFA

Flexi Transport Flexbus sub-module, version A

FTIA

Transport PDH symm. / Ethernet Hybrid sub-module

FTJA

Transport PDH Asymm. / Ethernet Hybrid sub-module

FTOA

Flexi Transport Optical STM-1/OC-3 sub-module, version


A

FTPA

Flexi Transport PDH E1/T1/JT1 symmetric sub-module,


version A

FREA

Flexi RF Module 1.8/1.7 Dual 50 W

FREB

Flexi RF Module 1.8/1.7 Single 50 W

FRIA

Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 Dual 50 W

FRIB

Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 Single 50 W

FRGC

Flexi RF Module 2100 Dual 50 W

FTPB

Transport PDH E1/T1/JT1 symm sub-module

FRGD

Flexi RF Module 2100 Single 50 W

WMHC

UltraSite MHA WCDMA 2.1GHz (----? program design

Flexi System Extension Kit

WMPB

Pole Mounting Kit (Jade program design)

FSKA

Flexi System Module 1 FSP

WPMB

Wideband Power Unit (Doris program design)

FSMA
FSMB

Flexi System Module 3 FSP

WPMC

Wideband Power Unit (Doris program design)

Flexi System Module 3 FSP capable WCDMA/LTE

WPUB

Power Distribution Unit (Doris program design)

FSME

Outdoor Cable RJ48C TQ-M/0 120ohm 5m

WPUC

Power Distribution Unit (Doris program design)

FTCA

Outdoor Cable RJ48C 120 ohm 15m

CScode

Powersafe batt. 48V, 4x12V92F 92Ah/10h

FTCB

CD
code

Powersafe batt. 4x12V62F 48V-62Ah

FTCC = next possible length


FTCD

Outdoor Cable SMB-F/0 - BT43-F/0 75ohm 5m

FTCE

Outdoor Cable SMB-F/0 75 ohm 15m


FTCF = next possible length

FTCH

OD Cable SM 1310 15 m
FTCG, FTCI = next possible lengths
FTCJ,FTCK, FTCL= next possible lengths

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Reference
The Reference category contains detailed information:

clearances
contents of deliveries
dimensions and weights
environmental requirements
interfaces
site requirements
power requirements
LED indications

NOLS
Nokia Online Services (NOLS) is a web-based service that provides easy
and secure access to, for example, documentation and software. One
of the services in NOLS is Documentation Center, which is the primary
delivery channel for all Nokia Siemens Networks documentation.

NOLS Documentation Center


NOLS Documentation Center provides users with the opportunity to
browse and download documentation in many different ways.
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Radio Access Network


RAN
MSC

NMS

RAN

Mobility Core

GSM
BTS

Abis

A
BSC

Tripl
e
Mod
e
BTS

MSC

MGW

TCSM Gb

WCDM
A BTS

2G
SGSN

RNC

Iur

Iu-CS

WCDM
A BTS

3G
SGSN

RNC

Iub
Iu-PS
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IP BackBone

UTRAN Architecture
UTRAN

Mobility Core

WCDMA BTS

Iub
Iu-CS

RNC

WCDMA BTS

MSC
MGW

Iu-PS

WCDMA BTS

Iur

RNC
WCDMA BTS

Iur

Iu-CS
3G
SGSN

RNC

Iub
Iu-PS
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Synchronous and Asynchronous Multiplexing

Synchronous
Multiplexing

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Asynchronous
Multiplexing

ATM Virtual Connections

VC

VP

Transmission path
VC

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VP

The Subsystems of UMTS


ATM

Service
Platform

WCDMA

Uu

UE

Iu

RAN

CN
O&M

UE = User Equipment
RAN = Radio Acces Network
CN = Core Network
NMS = Network Management System

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NMS

Sharing the Frequency By Using Different Codes


Power (P)

Time
Codes

Frequency
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Basic WCDMA Terminology


3.84 MHz

f
5 MHz

WCDMA Carrier (in one direction)


The effective bandwidth for
WCDMA is 3.84 MHz, and with
guard bands the required
bandwidth is 5 MHz. The guard
bands are needed to reduce the
interference between different 5
MHz WCDMA carriers.
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Flexi WCDMA BTS Mechanics


(enables
pulling
out
the core)
Casing(to
enable core
pull
out)
Core
(can be pulled out for replacement)

Optional front
Front
CableCover
cover w/ ground
Fan(at the back)
(can be replaced at site)

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NSN Flexi BTS Multiradio Mechanics


(enables
pulling
out
the core)
Casing(to
enable core
pull
out)
Core representing Multiradio RF
(can be pulled out for replacement)

Optional front
Front
CableCover
cover w/ ground
Fan(at the back)
(can be replaced at site)

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Flexi WCDMA BTS

HW variant of System Module

FSMB: 240 HW Channel Element Capacity


FSMD: 500 HW Channel Element Capacity
FSME: 750 HW Channel Element Capacity
2xFSME can be used in one site (1500 HW CEC)
32 HW channel in use without license key
Extension System Module needed for capacity upgrade when more than 500 HW channel
elements are needed

There are two HW variants of RF module and RF Head


1 or 2 Power Amplifier versions
each PA contain max. 2 dual carriers -> 2-4 transceivers / RF module

BTS configurations

1+0+0 up to 2+2+2 (40W) or 4+4+4 (20W)

1st HW rel. support max. 1+1+1


The FSME can operate in WCDMA/HSPA mode with software change.

One System Module:

Can be connected to 3 RF Modules or Heads and one extra System Module without Baseband
Extension

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Flexi WCDMA BTS Modules


Dimensions of all 3U modules are
same
Dimensions of 2U modules only
change height (3.46 in.)
IP55 standards met
Weights:
System Module: 19 kg / 41.9 lbs
with TRS sub-module
(TRS max 4 kg / 8.8 lbs)
Dual RF Module:
23.2 kg / 51.3 lbs
Single RF Module:
20.1 kg / 44.4 lbs
Triple RF Module:
25 Kg per module
IP 65
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Height

133 mm/ 3U /5.2 in.

Width

447 mm / 17.6 in.

Depth without
covers

422 mm / 16.6 in.

Depth with covers

560 mm / 22 in.

Height
(3U)
Depth

Width
(fits 19
rack)

Flexi WCDMA BTS Modules


Flexi WCDMA BTS HW Release:
System Module (FSMB or FSMD or FSME)
RF Modules FRxx FRCA (850MHz) & FRFA (1900MHz)
Transport submodules FTxx

Optional modules

Module Front and Back cover kits (FMCA) (Option)


Floor and wall mounting plinth (FMFA) for installations without cabinet
Optional System Module (FSM)
Flexi Power Modules (FPM)
Flexi Power Module DC/DC converter (FPDA)
1 3 Nokia Mast Head Amplifiers (WMHC, FLIA)
Indoor cabinet (FCIA)
Outdoor cabinet (FCOA)
Site Support Module (FCSA) including Indoor Battery control and AC/DC converter unit
(MIBBU)
Flexi Transport Extension Module (FBHA)
Flexi Pole Mounting Bracket (FPKA)
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System Module

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Flexi WCDMA System Module Operation


And Main Blocks
The Flexi System Module hosts the telecom control, system operation and
maintenance, baseband application, transmission, and power distribution
functionality. The System Module can also act as a System Extension
Module operating in a baseband extension mode (future software feature
candidate).
Flexi Multiradio System Module hardware supports the following software
operating
modes:
WCDMA dedicated mode
WCDMA dedicated mode
It has multiband support, i.e. RF Modules for different frequency bands can
be connected to the same System Module. The following versions of Flexi
Multiradio BTS System Module are available:
System Module FSMD
System Module FSME

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Flexi WCDMA System Module Operation


And Main Blocks
The System Module provides the BTS external interfaces towards the
RNC and other external devices:
BTS Site Element Manager
external interfaces towards RNC (Iub)
three external interfaces towards RF
site support system interface (for example, battery back-up)
auxiliary interface (customer specific 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port with
over voltage protection)
auxiliary interface 1Gbps Ethernet for future expansions
external alarms and controls interface (customer-specific alarms)
external synchronization input and output interface
The System Module has an integrated BTS clock that distributes the
synchronization clocks to other BTS modules. The System Module
hardware is HSDPA and HSUPA compliant.
The System Module uses nominal 48 V DC and distributes it on to RF
and extension modules. The System Module includes integrated fans.
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Functions Of System Module


Control plane processing + centralized timing
User plane processing + multiplexing&summing
Ethernet L2 switching
Transport processing
External interfaces
Power distribution
Can also act as a second system module operating in a
baseband extension mode.
When the System Module is used as a second system module operating in
a baseband extension mode, a transmission sub-module is not installed.
Instead, a dummy transmission sub-module is installed to provide IP
protection. This item is also provided in Flexi System Extension Kit (FSKA).

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Baseband capacity
Baseband capacity by SW License
Future-proof Flexi System Module capacity is designed to support flexible and
cost-optimized site capacity evolution. Highest capacity Flexi System
Module (FSME) is dimensioned to support typical three-cell configuration
even at 20 MHz bandwidth with 2TX MIMO activated.
The WCDMA baseband capacity of Flexi Multiradio BTS can be optimized
depending on the BTS configuration and the required traffic capacity of the
BTS site.
More baseband capacity can be allocated remotely from NetActTM by sending
Baseband SW License to Flexi Multiradio BTS. Flexi Multiradio BTS
WCDMA baseband capacity can be optimized in steps of Mbit/s without a
site visit.
Future capacity evolution
Flexi Multiradio BTS System Module is future-proof designed to support future
WCDMA capacity demand. A second System Module can be connected to
the extension connector port of the first System Module. The second
System Module doubles Flexi Multiradio BTS WCDMA baseband capacity.
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System Module Power Requirements


Input Voltages And Power Consumption
The power supply of the System Module is described in the
table below.
Power consumption normally includes basic T1 interface.

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DC Input Connector in the System Module

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Functional Blocks Of The System Module

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System Module Logical Architecture


Distribute
s DC
(48V) to
other
modules
Ethernet
Clock
RP3

TRS(FTM)
PDH,SDH
PLUG IN
UNITS

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Power
Distribution
Assembly

FSP
WSPC
WSPC

TRS
SubModule

RF Mod
I/F
SUM &
MUX

Control MCU
+ Clock gen.

RF Mod
I/F
RF Mod
I/F

EAC, Clock I/O, Eth


BB Extension I/F FCM

System Module Interfaces

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Front panel of the System Module

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System Module LED Indications

The System Module has seven tri-colour LEDs on the front panel to indicate the
operational
status of the module and all fault conditions during operation. See the following
figure for the System Module LEDs.

The FPFB has five additional LEDs on its front panel. See figure Front panel of the
System Module (FSMD/E) for the location of the FPFB LEDs in section System Module
interfaces in this document.
The LED indications of the System Module are listed and explained in the table below.
It is recommended that you read the information on the LED indications carefully. A

blinking red LED does not always require removing the module.
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System Module LED Indications

You can inspect the


state of all BTS or
transmissionrelated alarms from
the LED on the
transmission submodule.

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An Exploded View Of The System Module

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Delivery Contents of the System Module

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Flexi BTS Transport Sub-module


Flexi WCDMA BTS transmission
sub-module (FTxx)
The transmission sub-module supports the
following functionalities:
ATM over E1/T1/JT1

ATM over STM-1


Inverse Multiplexing ATM (IMA)
Synchronization
Iub terminations
DNBAP and CNBAP

AAL2SIG and AAL2UP


Operation and maintenance (DCN)
IP functionalities (DHCP, routing, NTP)
FTM is the integrated transmission module
of the FlexiBTS

It is mechanically and electrically


connected to the System Module of the
FlexiBTS by the FCM-FTM board
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Flexi System Module + Transport Sub-module

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FlexiTransport Overview

FTEB (RAS05.1)

FTPB (RAS05.1)

FTOA (RAS05.1ED
FTJA (RAS06)
FTIA/FTIB/FTLB
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FTFA (RAS05.1)

Transport Sub-modules
Module name

Interfaces

Availability

Remarks

FTPB

8xE1/T1/JT1

RAS05.1

120/110/100, RJ48c

FTEB

8xE1 coaxial

RAS05.1

75, SMB

FTOA

2xSTM1/OC3

RAS05.1 ED

1xSFP, LC equipped

FTFA

2xFlexbus

RAS05.1

TNC

FTIA

FTLB

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4xE1/T1/JT1

RAS05.1

2xFast Ethernet, 1xGE

Ethernet supported in RAS06

E1/T1/JT1, Ethernet

4 x E1/T1/JT1
2 x 1000Base-TX and 1 x
1000Base-SX/LX/ZX. Optical
receiver required for optical
GE.

Optional Gigabit
Ethernet interface
(SFP)
RJ48C, RJ45, SFP
(LC)
Supports U/C/M-plane
security based on
IPSec,
Synchronous Ethernet,
Timing over Packet and
Ethernet switching with
GE speed.
160Mbit/s DL and UL
throughput performance

Transport Sub-modules

FTLB

FTJA

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E1/T1/JT1, Ethernet

4xE1 coaxial
2xFast Ethernet, 1xGE

4 x E1/T1/JT1
2 x 1000Base-TX and 1 x
1000Base-SX/LX/ZX. Optical
receiver required for optical
GE.

Supports U/C/Mplane
security based on
IPSec,
Synchronous
Ethernet,
Timing over Packet
and
Ethernet switching
with
GE speed.
2Gbit/s DL and UL
throughput
performance

RAS06

Optional Gigabit
Ethernet interface
(SFP)
SMB, RJ45, SFP
(LC)

Scalable Base Station Backhaul Capacity


Flexi WCDMA BTS offers a basic backhaul capacity of
2 x E1/T1/JT1
(FTPB, FTEB)
1 x STM1 VC4/ OC3
(FTOA)
1 x Flexbus
(FTFA)
2 x E1/T1/JT1 and 1 x Ethernet
(FTIA,FTIB,FTLB,FTJA))
Additional capacity can be equipped on demand
2 x E1/T1/JT1
module)
2nd STM1 VC4/ OC3
2nd Flexbus
2nd, 3rd Ethernet
required)

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(up to 8 interfaces per


(2nd optical SFP required)
(for optical GE SFP

Transmission Cables
Approved transmission cable for outdoor use:
FTCA - OD Cable RJ45 - TQ-M/0 120 ohm 5 meters
120 ohm E1 transmission cable for outdoor installations (IP55 protected TQ connector), length 5 meters

FTCB - OD Cable RJ45 - 120 ohm 15 meters


120 ohm E1 transmission cable for outdoor installations (IP55 protected TQ connector), length 15 meters

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Transmission Cables
Additional Approved transmission cable for outdoor use:
FTCD

OD Cable SMB-F/0 - BT43-F/0 75 ohm 5 meters

75 ohm E1 transmission cable for outdoor installations (IP55 protected SMB-F connector),
length 5 meters

FTCE

OD Cable SMB-F/0 75 ohm 15 meters

75 ohm E1 transmission cable for outdoor installations (IP55 protected SMB-F connector),
length 15 meters

FTCH

OD cable duplex LC - duplex LC single 15 meters

Optical duplex STM-1 transmission cable for outdoor installations (IP55 protected optical
connector), length 15 meters

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Fiber optic Cables


Approved transmission cable for outdoor use:

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FTPB - PDH (E1,T1, JT1) Card

Interfaces: 8 x E1/T1/JT1
balanced
Connector type: 1 x RJ48 per IF
Basic functionality:

2 ports activated
Optional features:
activation of additional
ports, granularity: 2 ports
IMA groups

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FTIA/FTIB/FTLB - PDH / Ethernet


Interfaces:
4 x E1/T1/JT1 balanced
2 x 10/100 Mbit Ethernet
(available later)
1 optional Gbit Ethernet interface
SFP (Small Form factor Pluggable),
(available later)
Connector types:
E1: 1 x RJ 48 per IF
Ethernet; RJ 45

Basic functionality:

SFP slot

2 x E1/T1/JT1 ports activated


Optional features:
activation of E1/T1/JT1 ports 3 & 4

IMA groups

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Ethernet Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)


transceivers
Only optical GE SFP transceivers can be used in Flexi Multiradio BTS
transmission sub-module.

In a feeder-less or RRU configuration a


single mode SFP is recommended for
both end, radio and system modules..
For the ground installation a multimode
SFP per radio module is required.
All Flexi radio module are shipped with
the multimode SFPs.
Make sure you use the right SFP for your
installation.

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Contents of the transmission sub-module


deliveries
FTIB
FTIB transmission sub-module with 7 x rubber plugs
4 x screws
1 x FCM-FTM connector card
Leaflet with SFP-related information

FTLB
FTLB transmission sub-module with 7 x rubber plugs
4 x screws
1 x FCM-FTM connector card

Leaflet with SFP-related information


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Transmission sub-module specifications


FTLB

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Optional Items

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Flexi Power Module FPMA


Example configuration with:

1 x Flexi Power Module FPMA


3 Flexi Power AC/DC sub-modules FPAA (230VAC -> 48VDC)

1 Flexi Power Battery FPBA

48VDC
output
to BTS

+
-

AC
input
cabling
to FPMA

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AC feed
to FPAA
(3pcs)

Flexi Power Module FPMA


Flexi Power Module (FPMA) consists of mechanics, AC terminal and four
slots for AC/DC sub-module (FPAA) or battery sub-module (FPBA).

The FPMA can include:


Two FPAAs and two FPBAs
four FPAAs
one FPAA and three FPBAs
one FPAA and three free slots for expansion.
Flexi Power AC-DC sub-module (FPAA)
Converts 220VAC to 48 VDC
Nominal input voltage is 200-240 VAC
Maximum DC output power is 1000 W
Flexi Power Battery sub-module (FPBA)
Nominal 48V, 3.3Ah
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Flexi Power DC/DC Sub-Module (FPDA)


Stand-alone 2 kW DC/ DC module
converts nominal 24 V DC input voltage (normally negative grounded) 5355 V DC output voltage (+24VDC => -48VDC)

A maximum of two FDPA modules can be connected in parallel using


external connecting cables between the output connectors of the two
units

There is a stand-by switch on the front panel of the FPDA.


The connectors on the FPDA front panel, their types and purposes
are listed in the table
below.
*for chaining
**Alarm 1 (AL01): DC input failure (alarm is sent when DC input
voltage is missing or it
is out of range).
**Alarm 2 (AL02): maintenance needed (possible reasons are unit
failure, cooling fan
failure, output power is low or over temperature shut down is ON).
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Flexi Power DC/DC Module (FPDA) dimensions


and weight

Flexi Power DC/DC Module (FPDA) LED indications

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Flexi Power AC/DC Sub-Module (FPAB)


Pre-installed in Single RF Module in the position of second PA submodule

Can power single FRIB DC requirements: up to 400W DC


Nominal 100-240 VAC input, -48 VDC (-56 VDC) output voltage
AC-cable size 8 AWG

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Flexi Mounting Kit for Floor, Wall and Pole (FMFA)


FMFA is required in BTS site installations
without a cabinet when modules are installed
on the floor, wall or pole

The maximum number of modules per plinth


is two when mounted vertical

The maximum number of modules per plinth


in a stack mount is 9 EQ Zone 2; In EQ Zone
4 it is reduced to only 5 modules

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Pole Mounting Kit (VMPB)


VMPB enables BTS
installation on a
pole 60 - 300 mm
(2.4 - 11.8 in.) in
diameter

The maximum
number of
modules per plinth
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Pole Mounting Kit (FPKA)


FPKA enables BTS
installation on a
pole 60-120 mm
(2.4 - 4.7 in.) in
diameter

Maximum number
of modules per
plinth is two

Max Weight the


FPKA can support
is 352.7 lbs

Torque Specs:
M10 30Nm
M8 20 Nm
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Top View

Flexi Mounting Covers for Back and Front


(FMCA and FMCB)
3U (FMCA) and 2U (FMCB) module covers that are
required in installations without a cabinet

In wall and pole installations, the covers are attached


to the casing or the external cable entry using safety
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Flexi System External Alarm (FSEB)


FSEA box is used for providing IP55 protected screw terminals (for 12 alarm
inputs as well as 6 control outputs) and power for the Flexi Cabinet Heat
Detector FCDA

Used in WCDMA (12 alarms) and EDGE mode (24 alarms)

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Flexi System External OVP (FSEC)


FSEC assembly protects Flexi WCDMA sub-modules
against surge pulse (s) in power feeding lines

FSEC four pieces of screw terminals for AWG 2 (35 mm2)


cables and for earthing two PEs (Protecting earth GND)
terminals for AWG 2 / 35 mm2 cable size

Used for extended DC runs in feederless applications(RRU)

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Flexi System External COVP (Centralized Over


Voltage Protection Box)
Different types and models can be used
for this type of installation (RRU)

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Raycap COVP for RRU Installation

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HCS Components
Armored Hybrid Jumper Options
- Hybrid jumper w/ 2 fiber pairs (top)

- Hybrid jumper w/ 3 fiber pairs (top) for FRIG only

- Multi-fibers per jumper to minimize number of cable entries in


junction box
- Jumper length options: 6, 15 (per NSN limit for OVP use)

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HCS Components
Armored Fiber-Only Jumper Options
- Fiber-only jumper w/ 2 fiber pairs (bottom)

- Fiber-only jumper w/ 3 fiber pairs (bottom)

- Multi-fibers per jumper to minimize number of cable entries in


junction box
- Jumper length options: 6, 15

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Modular BTS, Installation Options


For indoor/outdoor use > IP 55
Installation options:
Floor
H-Frame
Wall, Multiple units on wall
Rack
Stand or pole
Feederless (190 m)

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Feederless BTS Site Power Option 3


FRIE/FXFB
OVP
IP55
box

DC cable: min 2 x 32 mm2 DC cable


(MCMK 4x16 +16)

DC

Must use Flexi 2


Flexi outdoor 1.5
m DC cables
m DC cables with
with IP55
IP55 connector
connectors

Overvoltage (OVP) & connection box


- overvoltage protectors Class II / I
max. 40kA,

OVP
IP55
box

Class III / I max. 500A


- optional lightning protectors
- all in IP55 class sealed box

System Module

AC

A
C

FPMA+FPAA + (FPBA)
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Feeder-less BTS (RRU) using COVP

COVP

COVP

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COVP

Configuration 2: Water tank/Rooftop

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Fiber Matrix

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Installation tools and equipment

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NSN Flexi BTS Commissioning

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Module Objectives
After this module the participant should be able to :
Commission and test the Flexi BTS using the Flexi BTS
Manager GUI
Demonstrate the commissioning wizard options using the
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Site Folder
1. Acceptance/Completion Certificate
2. Outstanding Tasks
3. Site Survey Report
4. Site Drawings
5. Site Inventory
6. Factory Test Report
7. Power Systems / Cabling / MIBBU
8. Installation Checks
9. Commissioning Checks
10. Integration Checks
11. Customer Specific Data & Parameters
12. Additional Documents

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Start

Visual Check and


Inspection

Commissioning is a sequence of tasks,


such as visual checks and inspections,
parameter and SW configurations, tests
and reporting, to ensure that the standalone equipment in question has been
properly installed, has no faulty modules
and is ready for integration.

Software
Download

Parameter Setup

Test
(Internal, External)

Visual checks and inspection


Local SW download
Parameter setup
Commissioning tests

no

yes
Bar Code Reading

Troubleshooting
Bar code reading and site inventory
Reporting

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End

BTS Site Manager


Report

Introduction: Visual Checks and Inspection


The following items are checked:

The grounding
Power cabling and supply voltage
Other cables and fibers
LED status during power up
TX/RX/antenna connector torque check

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Introduction: Local Software Download


This step contains all the actions required to update and/or
download SW to the equipment or to the PC for managing
the equipment at the site.

The exact order in the step sequence is equipment


specific and thus might take place after some self tests.

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Introduction: Parameter setup


This contains all the actions required to set up the
parameters for commissioning and for integration.

Parameters may include software parameters fed in


manually or as a file.

The equipment specific product documentation describes


the details.

Some of the parameters need to be given during the test


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Introduction: Commissioning tests

This contains the key tests, which need to be carried out to ensure the basic
functionality of the equipment in question.
Some of the tests are activated automatically, some of them are run as a
part of the Commissioning wizard and some may need to be activated
separately.
Some of the tests are optional and are run for diagnostic purposes if there is
a reason to suspect the functionality.
Typical tests and measurements:

internal loop tests


external alarm and control tests
site tests
site support system alarms shown at the BTS
RF max power measurement (optional test)

Some of the functional tests need more parameters than are available during
the commissioning and thus can be run only after the network element has
been integrated and it is able to get the rest of the parameters from the RNC.

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Introduction: Troubleshooting
The purpose of troubleshooting is to rectify the problems
found by analyzing the test results and perhaps running
some further tests to identify the cause of the problem.

The Technical Notes (TN), generic failure reports (GFR)


and Change Deliveries (CD) need to be studied from time
to time for latest information about known problems and
work around solutions.

Finally when the module is really suspected or proven


faulty the appropriate error report attached with possible
log or test report files is filled.

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Introduction: Troubleshooting Report


The following information needs to be clearly available
in the report:
Site and equipment identification
Module identification based on which test the module was
suspected faulty
What other modules were suspected
What parameters were used
What other tests failed
What was the error/fault message/alarm number
What was the used SW version responsible engineer
(report filled by) and contact info
In case of module replacement the site
inventory need to be updated.
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Introduction: Bar code reading and site inventory


To be able to trace a given module based on the serial number or the
version number it is important to collect and keep the information about
the module version and serial numbers up to date.

The most advanced modules and their SW versions support the


electronic serial and version number detection and recording.

Some less advanced and passive modules do not necessarily have this
feature and those modules need to be scanned.

Most of the modules installed on the BTS have a set of extra serial and
version number labels, which must be attached to the BTS cabinet door
or in the inventory form in the site folder during the installation.

During the bar code reading also these labels need to be scanned.

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Introduction: Reporting
The most important part of the commissioning is the
reporting.

Without relevant reports the equipment can be considered


not commissioned.

The purpose of reporting is to keep track of the latest status


of the equipment and the work done.

Some new equipment supports features where the reports


are automatically updated to the main database in the
NetAct system, some need a few manual steps, and
some reports need to be saved/printed manually.
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Introduction: Reporting
Typical reports are:

Commissioning report produced by the Commissioning

wizard of BTS Site Manager


Snapshot file saved by BTS Site Manager
Site inventory report
Delivery reclamation for missing items
Failure report for each faulty module
Failure report for each new problem
Site deficiency report for outstanding problems
Site progress report

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Commissioning report produced by the


Commissioning wizard

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Commissioning report produced by the


Commissioning wizard

Up to 15 Pages
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Purpose
Follow these instructions to install BTS Site Manager software to your PC.
Before you start
You should be familiar with how to install software on your PC and how
to manage it.
To set up and install the BTS Site Manager, you need to have an
Internet connection available to download the BTS Site Manager
installation file from Nokia Online Services (NOLS).
The installation file can also be delivered on a removable media (CDROM, for example).

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NSN Flexi BTS Documentation


NOLS
Nokia Online Services (NOLS) is a web-based service that provides
easy and secure access to, for example, documentation and
software. One of the services in NOLS is Documentation Center,
which is the primary delivery channel for all Nokia Siemens
Networks documentation.

NOLS Documentation Center


NOLS Documentation Center provides users with the opportunity to
browse and download documentation in many different ways.

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NSN Flexi BTS Documentation

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NSN Flexi BTS Documentation

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Steps
1. Download the BTS Site Manager installation file.
2. If you have BTS Site Manager running on your PC, close it before starting the installation.
3. Double-click the .exe file to start the installation.

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4 Click Next, and read and accept the terms of the license agreement.
5 Click Next.
6 Click Next, and inspect the summary information for the installation procedure.
7 Click Next.
8 Click Finish.

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Installing Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Table 1. System HW and SW requirements for Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager

Window Vista

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Installing Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager

Download the Nokia WCDMA BTS Site


Manager installation file.
Save the file on your PC.
If you have Nokia WCDMA BTS Site
Manager running on your
PC, close it before starting the installation
Double-click the file to start the installation
The following page opens.

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Installing Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Define the location where to install the
BTS Site Manager.
If you have earlier versions of the BTS Site
Manager on your PC,
you need to remove the installed versions
before you can change the location.
Note
It is not required to remove earlier versions of the
If any
appears
autois installed.
BTS
Site issue
Manager
when a on
newthe
version
The
correct BTS
Managerorversion
is selected
detecting
theSite
modules
SW conflict,
automatically
when to
thedo
connection
the BTS is
you may want
a clean to
installation
established.
of the project SW or a R&D suggested

SW to solve the problem. In this case

Note
check this box and install the SW.
If the installation of the BTS Manager is unsuccessful,
use the
Remove All Installed Versions option to remove all
BTS Site Manager versions from your PC and start the
installation again.
Never check this box, it will erase all the previous version
More software version within the computer, better it is
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3.2 3.3 4.0 5.0

Installing Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager

The BTS Site Manager installer


installs the software to the specified
location and when successful,
the following page opens.

The Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


installer closes and you can use the
BTS Site Manager
(see Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site
Manager).

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Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Access to Flexi
BTS is through
Network Card
Properties
TCP/IP Properties

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Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Access to Flexi BTS
is through Network
Card
Properties
TCP/IP Properties
Use the following
IP Address:

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IP address:
192.168.255.130
or
192.168.255.126
For your computer
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
255 addresses
available
Default Gateway:
192.168.255.129
Not a must
As long as the
address is within the

Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Before you start
Make sure the following conditions are fulfilled:
-If the PC is connected to the FSM LMP port, specify your PC's
network settings to match the following settings:

IP address: 192.168.255.130 (address of my computer)

Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 (How many host possible, 255)


If you want to establish a connection to the BTS site locally, connect
the PC to the LMP port on the System Module (FSM) using a twisted
pair Ethernet cable with an RJ-45 connector.
In a remote connection, the connection is established via DCN network.
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Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager

IP address:
Computer IP 192.168.255.130/126
LMP
Straight/cross over cable

Local Management Port


4 ports Ethernets (all the same)

IP address:
BTS Transport IP 192.168.255.129
accessible via web browser

You can use any ports to communicate to commission the BTS


NOC can not access the BTS with Site Element Manager, (Pop up at Noc with
IP
address of the User log into the BTS)
All protection/firewall/program off
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Before you start


Make sure the following conditions are fulfilled:
If the PC is connected to the FSM LMP port, specify your PC's
network settings to match the following settings:
IP address: 192.168.255.126
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0.
Default gateway: 192.168.255.0.

If you want to establish a connection to the BTS site locally,


connect the PC to the LMP port on the System Module (FSM) using
a twisted pair Ethernet cable with an RJ-45 connector.

In a remote connection, the connection is established via DCN


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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager

A new ICON will be present on your


desktop
To launch the application, Double click on the
ICON
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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager

Before doing anything with


this application

You must turn off all your


protection (Anti Virus),
Quit all others applications
Set up IP Protocol (if you
going to interface to
Equipment)

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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


Turn off Protection

Right click on the software


protection
IE: Norton and select disable
-Stop your internet Wifi etc....
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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


IP Set up

Select

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IP Set up

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IP Set up

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IP Set up

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IP Set up

Right Click on

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IP Set up

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IP Set up (Vista)

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IP Set up (Vista, XP)

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IP Set up
Address of your computer. This IP will
never change, you can access any BTS
Flexi with this address, even after it has
been commission
Access can be restricted with the help of
User profile with password etc...

Subnet mask
How many addresses can be mask 255
Default gateway (Not a must) as
long as it is within the subnet
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Launching Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager


Start Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager by
clicking the icon on your desktop.
The Task Selection view opens.
The update installation package
will be saved in the same folder
with the existing Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager.

If you want to establish a local connection,


select the Local option from the IP Address list.
If you want to establish a remote connection,
define the IP address of the remote BTS.
Enter the User name and Password.
The default user name is Nemuadmin and
the default password nemuuser.

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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager

Select the ICON on your desktop

Select Local (case sensitive)


User Name: Nemuadmin
Password: nemuuser
Only Since 4.0 (prior no User name
and Password)
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Select connect

Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


Connected to BTS

Select Local
User Name: Nemuadmin (case sensitive)
Password: nemuuser (case sensitive)
Only Since 4.0 (prior no User name and
Password)
Select: connect
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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


Connected to BTS

It will verify the SEM


version and select the
correct version to talk
to the BTS
If multiple versions of
BTS Site Manager are
installed on the PC, the
appropriate BTS Site
Manager version is
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Connected to BTS

This entire process may


take up to 5 minutes

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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


Connected to BTS

You will see the


bubbles growing and
shrinking

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Connected to BTS

Authenticate in reference
to the user name and
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Connected to BTS

The system tell you that this


connection is not a secure one

Select: Accept
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Connected to BTS

It will read the information from the BTS

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Connected to BTS
Usually 3 to 4 minutes, if longer

May have issues.


If stay on connecting and it still blinking,
May have an IP conflict or else...

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Launching Nokia WCDMA Site Manager


Connected to BTS

Building view and ready, it is a


system plug & play
We do not have to tell that we
have a System Module, Transport
module, RF module
Detected by the software

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Connected to BTS
This is what you see when correctly connected to the BTS

When the connection is established, the Task


Selection view closes and the Nokia WCDMA BTS
Site Manager main view opens.

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Purpose
Enables the automated connection of
uncommissioned BTS to a server in the
network.
Commissioning may then be automatically
performed server.
Using the location information of the newly
installed BTS, OMS can correlate the BTS
with the required logical configuration.
cheaper and quicker network rollout.
without the need for a commissioning
engineer to visit the site

The dialog shown above is displayed automatically


when the user establishes the BTS Site Manager
session before the start of autoconnection process.
The whole autoconnection process is divided into
several phases, and their progress is displayed in
the above dialog box.

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Autoconfiguration dialog

Autoconnection Registration Dialog


Before you start
BTS must be uncommissioned for the auto connection and auto configuration to start.
1 Observe the auto connection phases.
2 Observe the auto configuration phases.

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Purpose
Updating the BTS site software is optional.
You should do it only if the BTS does not have the required software version.
Note, that if you are updating just the BTS Site Manager SW you must obtain a separate
installation package via operator-specific channels.

Steps
1.
2.
3.
4.

Launch BTS Site Manager.


Choose the Software Update SW to BTS Site menu item.
Click the Select File button to locate the master file containing the new software.
Select the Activate SW after update check box to enable the activation of the new
software in accordance with SW updating.
5. Click the Update button.
6. If you want to view information on the SW download, click the View Report button.
7. Click Close to close the Update SW to BTS Site dialog box.

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View/Updating BTS site software


Updating the BTS site software is optional.
You should do it only if the BTS does not
have the required software version.
In the Update SW to BTS Site dialog box
you can update new software to the BTS site.
You can view the current SW versions
in the Site Information dialog box by
choosing the Software SW Versions
menu item.
Note
If the BTS site has a connection to
Nokia NetAct, the NetAct will
manage the BTS site SW
(that is, checks the SW version and, if it is
different than the SW in the NetAct database,
downloads new SW in the BTS site).
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View/Updating BTS site software


There are two banks in memory holding
Operating software
Only one can be operational
Other one is simply in the bank

Does Roll back possible? No


what is the procedure?
Must do an Upgrade/Downgrade, push
The software again, approx 20 minutes

TargetBD

/ rom/

WN5.0_12.4-43_A

Yes

TargetBD

/ rom/

WN5.0_12.4-96_C

No

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View BTS site software (#1)

Select

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View BTS site software (#1)

Select

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View BTS site software (#1)

Minimize the object


By selecting the arrow

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View BTS site software (#1)

Minimize All objects


by selecting the arrow
until SW Versions appears
This is the active
software version in the
BTS

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View BTS site software (#1)

Scroll down until you


see the target BD

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View BTS site software (#2)

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View BTS site software (#2)

You will se the SW versions reading

After few seconds

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Updating BTS site software


Launch Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager.
Choose the Software Update SW to BTS Site menu item.
The Update SW to BTS Site dialog box opens.
Click the Select File button to locate the master file containing
the new software.
Locate and select the master file (TargetBD.xml or SW package zip
file), and click the Open button. If you select the zip file, the files will
be decompressed when you click Open. The new SW version is
displayed in the Update SW to BTS Site dialog box.
Select the Activate SW After Update check box to enable the
activation of the new software in accordance with SW updating.
Note: that if you do not want to activate the new software at the same
time with downloading it, you can leave the option unchecked, and
the SW is downloaded to the BTS site in the background only. To
activate the SW later with the Activate SW After Update option
selected, you have to perform the SW update again.

Click the Update button.


The Update button is enabled if a valid master file has been
selected.

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Updating BTS site software


SW download takes about 20 minutes. The time depends on the number of items to
be downloaded and the bandwidth of the DCN connection, for example. The Update
Progress steps show the transfer status. Wait for the SW update to be completed.
If the Activate SW After Update check box was selected, the SW will be
activated and the site will be reset.
If you want to stop the SW update, click the Stop button.
If the SW download fails, update the software again.
If you want to view information on the SW download, click the
View Report button.
The Software Update Report dialog box opens.

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Note:
If you do not want to activate the new software at the same
time with downloading it, you can leave the option unchecked,
and
the SW is downloaded to the BTS site in the background only.
To activate the SW later with the Activate SW After Update
option
selected, you have to perform the SW update again.

This is your new software you want

to download, Target BD.....

If the Activate SW After Update check box was


selected, the SW will be activated and the site will be
reset.

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Updating/Downgrading BTS site software

There are certain number of


files to be download
Each file as a % of progress
Check the time is takes

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Updating/Downgrading BTS site software

Each files will be burn into flash

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Updating/Downgrading BTS site software

You can stop at anytime the


upgrade by selecting the stop.

The old software will be available t


The BTS (until the BTS complete
is reset, after it is to late)

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While resetting you can visually


Check the BTS and see the
Sequencing
Verified the time taking

Then you will loose the com with the


BTS, and the site manager will
Try to reconnect

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SEM Lost communication with the BTS,


as the BTS is restarting and the Site
Element Manager will reconnect
automatically

Updating/Downgrading BTS site software

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Verification

Notice:
Before:WN5.0.12.4-96C
Now

:WN5.0.12.4-43A

In this example we just perform a


downgrade of the BTS software

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Purpose

If no commissioning file is available, Flexi Multiradio BTS site has to be commissioned manually.

The Flexi Multiradio BTS WCDMA and/or Flexi Transport sub-module (TRS) are commissioned with the
Commissioning wizard in BTS Site Manager. Commissioning can be started when the modules are
in the 'Initialized' state.

The wizard features Back, Next, Cancel and Help buttons for navigating.

The Next button confirms the entered parameters and brings up the following page in each commissioning line.
The Back button reverses to the previous page in the wizard.
The Cancel button cancels all the entered parameters and closes the wizard.
The Help button displays a context sensitive help topic for each page.

You need to fill in the fields displayed with a yellow stripe. Those parameters are mandatory.

Before you start

All parameters needed to configure the BTS site are determined at the network planning stage.
It is essential that the input values match the expected values in the network plan.
Do not select the values randomly.

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1 Click the Commissioning button on the View Bar or choose the Commissioning menu item.
2 Select the commissioning target by clicking the appropriate option: BTS site, BTS or TRS.
3 Select the Manual option.
4 Click the Next button.

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Purpose
In Commissioning - Site Properties page, you can define the identification information, IP addresses
and common configuration options.
This page is shown when the TRS or the BTS site option was selected in the Commissioning Introduction page. If you selected the BTS option, continue to Defining BTS settings.
The BTS identifier has to be defined
according to an agreed value, which is
usually determined at the network
planning stage.
You should not assign an arbitrary value
for this parameter.

A2EA is a unique number identifying


the final termination point in the
network for each AAL2 user plane
connection.

1. Enter the name of the BTS site in the Name field.


2. Enter the location in the Location field (optional).

When you enter the BTS Id, the default


A2EA address is generated
automatically.

3. Enter the description of the element in the Description field


(optional).

You can modify the value if necessary.

5. Enter the BTS subnet address in the BTS subnet interface


field.

4. Enter the BTS identifier in the BTS ID field.

- DHCP Server (next slide)


6. Define external IP address

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Select which file to commissioning


BTS Site
BTS (Radio)
TRS (Transport)

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Select Next

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Accessing Manual commissioning (Not Connected)

Select create file

(Not yet connected to the Equipment)


We will Built a commissioning file
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Accessing Manual commissioning (Not Connected)

Select The software release you want


This case release 5.0.82

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Select Create

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Accessing Manual commissioning (Not Connected)

The following appears ounce the


Ready light on (10 seconds)
The next page will appear
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Accessing Manual commissioning (Not Connected)

The LED are both green


The next page will appear
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Note
The BTS identifier has to be defined according to an agreed value, which is usually determined at
the network planning stage. You should not assign an arbitrary value for this parameter.
A2EA is a unique number identifying the final termination point in the network for each AAL2 user
plane connection.
If the FHA in Use check box is selected, the A2EA field is disabled and empty.
If there is a Flexi HSPA Adapter (I-HSPA Adapter) in the configuration, select the FHA in Use check
box, and define the following settings:
- Address
- ATM Iu-PS/Iur in Use

Note
You can configure the transmission

either over the Ethernet ports of the


I-HSPA Adapter unit (IP over Ethernet)
or PI over the PDH interfaces of
the FTXX units (IP over AAL5 over ATM).
If the ATM Iu-PS/Iur in Use
check box is not selected, the traffic
uses the Ethernet interfaces of the
I-HSPA Adapter unit.
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If no commissioning file is available, Flexi WCDMA BTS


site has to be commissioned manually

Select the commissioning target by clicking the


appropriate
option: BTS Site, BTS or TRS.
You have the option of creating a configuration for
the radio or the transport module or both

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Paging

This represent the page

Green is done
Purple you are on it
Black skip pages
All parameters needed to configure the BTS site are determined at the
network planning stage

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Hardware
First Radio Module

Select the first radio module


with the drop down arrow

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Hardware
First Radio Module

Must physically look at the


White tag in front of the
Radio Module

Antenna 4
Antenna 3
Antenna 2
Antenna 1

Can not mix frequency

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RF Module variants supported in WN3.2

FRGC: Flexi RF Module 2.1 GHz, Dual 50 W


FRGD: Flexi RF Module 2.1 GHz, Single 50 W

FRIA: Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 GHz, Dual 50 W (Videotron)


FRIB: Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 GHz, Single 50 W (Videotron)
RF Module variants supported in WN3.3

FRCA: Flexi RF Module 850 MHz, Dual 50 W (Bell/Telus)


FRCB: Flexi RF Module 850 MHz, Single 50 W (Bell/Telus)

FRDA: Flexi RF Module 900 MHz, Dual 50 W


FRDB: Flexi RF Module 900 MHz, Single 50 W

FREA: Flexi RF Module 1700 & 1800 MHz, Dual 50 W


FREB: Flexi RF Module 1700 & 1800 MHz, Single 50 W

FRFA: Flexi RF Module 1900 MHz, Dual 50 W (Bell/Telus)


FRFB: Flexi RF Module 1900 MHz, Single 50 W (Bell/Telus)

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Hardware

Second Radio Module

Antenna 4
Antenna 3
Antenna 2
Antenna 1

Can not mix frequency

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RF Module variants supported in WN3.2

FRGC: Flexi RF Module 2.1 GHz, Dual 50 W


FRGD: Flexi RF Module 2.1 GHz, Single 50 W

FRIA: Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 GHz, Dual 50 W (Videotron)


FRIB: Flexi RF Module 1.7/2.1 GHz, Single 50 W (Videotron)
RF Module variants supported in WN3.3

FRCA: Flexi RF Module 850 MHz, Dual 50 W (Bell/Telus)


FRCB: Flexi RF Module 850 MHz, Single 50 W (Bell/Telus)

FRDA: Flexi RF Module 900 MHz, Dual 50 W


FRDB: Flexi RF Module 900 MHz, Single 50 W

FREA: Flexi RF Module 1700 & 1800 MHz, Dual 50 W


FREB: Flexi RF Module 1700 & 1800 MHz, Single 50 W

FRFA: Flexi RF Module 1900 MHz, Dual 50 W (Bell/Telus)


FRFB: Flexi RF Module 1900 MHz, Single 50 W (Bell/Telus)

Manual commissioning
Hardware
System Module

Select the System module


with the drop down arrow

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Hardware

FSKA Flexi System Extension Kit


FSMA Flexi System Module 1
FSMB Flexi System Module 3
FSMD Flexi System Module 3
Must physically look at the

5 Switches VS 4 Switches

White tag in front of the

500 HWD chanels element

Radio Module
White tag System module

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Hardware

FSKA Flexi System Extension Kit


FSMA Flexi System Module 1
FSMB Flexi System Module 3
FSMD Flexi System Module 3
5 Switches VS 4 Switches
Difference FSMD/FSMB

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500 HWD chanels element

Manual commissioning
Hardware
System Module/ Radio connection

Positioning Number 1 / 2/ or 3 depends strictly

in how the Fibre is connected to the System module

3
1 2

DC
Fiber

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Hardware
Transport Module

Select the Transport module


with the drop down arrow

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Hardware

See the tag

Transport Module

FTJA

FTIA
FTEB
FTFA

FTOA

FTPB

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Hardware
Transport Module

The following modules are supported:


. Flexi Transport Optical STM-1 sub-module, version A (FTOA)
. Flexi Transport PDH E1/T1/JT1 symmetric sub-module, version B (FTPB)
. Flexi Transport E1 asymmetric sub-module, version B (FTEB)
. Flexi Transport PDH E1/T1 symmetric/asymmetric sub-module, version A (FTHA)
. Flexi Transport Hybrid E1/JT1/T1 Ethernet sub-module, version A (FTIA)
. Flexi Transport Hybrid E1/JT1/T1 Ethernet sub-module, version B (FTIB)
. Flexi Transport Hybrid E1/JT1/T1 Ethernet sub-module, version B (FTLB)
. Flexi Transport Hybrid E1 Ethernet sub-module, (FTJA)
. Flexi Transport Flexbus sub-module, version A (FTFA)

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Hardware

Select next

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Sites Properties

Enter the name of the BTS site in the Name field.

(Maximum of 15 characters, not case sensitive)


Optional

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Sites Properties

Enter the location in the Location field

Maximum of 50 characters, not case sensitive


Optional

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Sites Properties

Enter the description of the element in the


Description field
Maximum of 128 characters, not case sensitive
Optional

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Sites Properties

Enter the BTS identifier in the BTS Id field.


The BTS identifier has to be defined
according to an agreed value, (1 to 65,534)
Usually determined at the network planning
stage. You should not assign an arbitrary
value for this parameter.
IE: 109
Automatically the next field A2EA address
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Sites Properties

A2EA is a unique number identifying the final


termination point in the network for each AAL2
user plane connection.. This user Plane
connection use for each CS services The default
A2EA address is generated automatically.
You can modify the value if necessary
The BTS # is in the A2EA number
Notice: the 109

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IP Addressing
Tip
The supported format is IPv4. If the defined IP address is not supported, you will get an Error
message.
Define the IP addresses:
. TRS IP address
. Subnet Mask
After the TRS IP address and Subnet Mask are defined, the IP
Addresses via DHCP button becomes enabled. Clicking the
button opens the IP Addresses via DHCP dialog box, where
you can configure IP addresses that are delivered via DHCP
for the external site equipment. The IP addresses should be
part of the subnet defined by the TRS IP address and Subnet
Mask.
The Subnet Mask address can be entered in IP form or in bit
form.
To define the External Equipment IP Addresses via DHCP,
select the appropriate check boxes and enter the IP
addresses. To define Other IP Addresses via DHCP, select
the DHCP configuration types, and enter the identifiers and IP
addresses. Click the OK button to save the changes and
return to the Commissioning - Site Properties page.
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IP Addressing
The Subnet Mask address can be entered in IP form or in bit
form.

To define the External Equipment IP Addresses


via DHCP, select the appropriate check boxes and
enter the IP addresses.
To define Other IP Addresses via DHCP, select
the DHCP configuration types, and enter the identifiers
and IP addresses. Click the OK button to save the
changes and return to the Commissioning
Site Properties page.
Only one NTP server IP address is required.
Additional NTP servers can be used to
protect real-time updates.

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IP Addressing

The CMP server is used to authenticate remote users from the LDAP server via the DCN network. The address is needed
if certificates are to be managed automatically.
Certificate Repository IP address and Port The CMP server and Certificate Repository are used for automatic
certificate management.
The address is needed if certificates are to be Managed automatically.
TLS Operation Mode for the OAM Interface.
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IP Addressing

The supported format is IPv4.


Enter the IP address of the Flexi Transport
equipment in the TRS Field
IE: 172.18.67.1

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IP Addressing
Enter the IP address in the Subnet Mask field
255.255.255.248
Verify that the number of mask bit is correct,
It will be fill in automatically,

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IP Addressing
Enter the IP address in the Subnet Mask field
255.255.255.248

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IP Addressing via DHCP

If you need Addresses of external equipments


(IP Address via DHCP),
Just check the box and you will see the external
address possible

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IP Addressing via DHCP

Addresses of external equipments (IP Address via


DHCP), Just check the box and you will see the
address

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IP Addressing via DHCP

The address 172.18.67.2 is the next available IP under


the subnet Mask. Remember the first one was
172.18.67.1 for the TRS module

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IP Addressing via DHCP

You can check all the external addresses:


In this example:
Real Tilt :

172.18.67.2

Battery Backup Unit :

172.18.67.3

Location Measurement Unit :

172.18.67.4

DHCP Client address range:

172.18.67.5 - 172.18.67.5

TRS module :

172.18.67.1

Remember are subnet mask 252, therefore only 1 usable IPs


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If you want something else, it will be impossible

Manual commissioning
IP Addressing via DHCP
If your netmask allows you more IP address then you can select
The select type

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IP Addressing , BTS

We are back to this page


The next IP address is the BTS (Radio
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IP Addressing , BTS

Enter the BTS IP: 172.18.67.2

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IP Addressing , RNC

IP address of the RNC

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IP Addressing , NTP Server

Enter the IP address of a NTP server


In this example I will use the RNC for timing

This why the same IP address for RNC and NTP serve

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IP Addressing , NTP Server

Select NTP (Network Timing Process) server

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IP Addressing , LDAP
LDAP server IP address and Port (optional)
The default LDAP port is 389.
The LDAP server is used to authenticate remote
users from the LDAP server via the DCN network.
If the LDAP server address is not configured, users
are authenticated using the local super user account
information (user name/password) that can be
defined during commissioning in the Commissioning
- Authentication Settings page.

LDAP: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol,


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IP Addressing , CMP Server

The CMP server is used to authenticate remote users from the


LDAP server via the DCN network.
The address is needed if certificates are to be managed
automatically.

(CMP) Cellular Multiprocessing server


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IP Addressing , Certificate Repository

The CMP server and Certificate Repository are used for automatic
certificate management.
The address is needed if certificates are to be managed
automatically

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IP Addressing , TLS for OAM interface

TLS: Transport Layer Security:


TLS encrypt the segments of network connections at the
Transport layer end-to-end

Explain : Forced / OFF / Probing, What impact t?


Force: TLS client and server negotiate a connection by using
a handshaking procedure. During this handshake, the client and
server agree on various parameters used to establish the
connection's security forced" explicit TLS modes make TLS
compulsory for all users connecting to the server

OFF: Not in use


Probing: constantly monitors the Internet; looking for
services that use certificates

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IP Addressing ,

Select next

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Transport , Ethernet

Example with Eth (EIF2), Use IuB IP transport

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Transport , T1
. Flexi Transport Hybrid E1/JT1/T1 Ethernet sub-module, version B (FTLB)

FSMD

CONNECTION CARD

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Transport , Ethernet

Node
B

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Transmission path
T1 / E1 /JT1 / Ethernet

RNC

Quality of Service

What is quality of service (QoS)?


QoS is a mechanism that allows service providers to offer different
classes of service to their customers.
There are two main methods used to provide QoS, depending on the
type of network service that is being provided.
The most common and simplest service offered is Layer 2 Ethernet
transport. This means that the service provider will offer Ethernet (at
Layer 2 of the OSI model) as the transport mechanism. In this case, the
service provider does not have to test for higher protocol layers, for
example, Layers 3 or 4. When providing this kind of service, Virtual
local area network (VLAN) tagging is used for QoS.
If the service provider is offering services up to Layer 3 (IP), then the
type of service (ToS) or differentiated services code points (DSCP) is
used for QoS.

This is a more complex service to provide and requires more extensive


testing before it can be delivered to the customer.

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Assured Forwarding is nearly equivalent to Controlled Load Service available


in the integrated services model. Any assured forwarding defines a method
by which the transport can be given different forwarding assurances.
For example, network traffic can be divided into the following classes:
Assured forwarding 1: Traffic in this category is allocated 50 percent of the available
bandwidth.
Assured forwarding 2 : Traffic in this category is allocated 30 percent of the available
bandwidth.
Assured forwarding 3 : Traffic in this category is allocated 20 percent of the available
bandwidth.

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Quality of Service

You can change the value of Queue Weight

1000 a lot of weight = important (Priority transport)

1 not a lot of weight = less important (Priority transport)


Traffic with more weight will be sent first
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Traffic Type Settings

SG1-SG6:
ICMP: The Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
TOP:
BFD:
DCN: Data Connection Network

NBAP: Node B APplication

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Traffic Type Settings

Assured Forwarding is nearly equivalent to Controlled Load Service available


in the integrated services model. Any assured forwarding defines a method
by which the transport can be given different forwarding assurances.
For example, network traffic can be divided into the following classes:

Assured forwarding 1: Traffic in this category is allocated 50 percent of the available bandw
Assured forwarding 2 : Traffic in this category is allocated 30 percent of the available band
Assured forwarding 3 : Traffic in this category is allocated 20 percent of the available band

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Traffic Type Settings

If you selected VLAN Mapping the VLAN ID and


VLAN priority will be available

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Traffic Type Settings


What is a DSCP means?
Differentiated Services Code Point
How do we use the DSCP?
The DiffServ Code Point is a field in the IP header that allows
you to classify traffic. DSCP is meant to be administered in a
per-hob-based way, allowing each router on a path to determine
how each traffic class should be prioritized.
The solution described here is built around the
Hierarchical Token Bucket queuing algorithm in Router OS,
dividing the 64 possible DSCP code values

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Transport IP interfaces, MTU, VLANs


We need to define the
following transport
address:
1. Transport Ethernet
Interface (refer to the
WBTS IP plan). The BW is
100Mbps and includes
Ethernet overhead with
MTU of 1500(default)
bytes.

Default Value
2. Define VLAN mapping in
use. The VLAN Id = Site
Id (refer to WBTS IP Plan)
3. Define the Committed BW,
route BW as per RNC IP
routing plan.

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Define the CES over PSN Settings

CESoPSN feature covers the functionality required to operate co-located 2G/3G BTS sites.
This page is available only for FTIB, FTFB and FTLB modules with transport mode set to Iub IP. If the used transmission
sub-module is FTIB or FTLB, the value range is 49152 -65532.

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Define the CES over PSN Settings

Define the PSN tunnel settings if


ATM over Ethernet is used

Enter the Destination IP address.


You might define only one PSN tunnel.
Number of pseudo wires, which might be defined,
depend on the transport module type.

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Define IuB IP
In Iub IP, the BTS and the RNC are
connected via an IP/Ethernet
network.
Since all traffic is transported via
the IP/Ethernet network, the
network must be reliable enough
and its delay and delay variation
suitably low.
With Dual Iub feature it is
possible to connect the BTS and
the RNC by parallel ATM and IP
paths.
The advantage of Dual Iub is that
the high-volume HSPA traffic,
which is not sensitive to delay
and loss, can be offloaded from
the ATM path to the IP path.

The Minimum SCTP


Port field shows the
start of the SCTP port
range that the network
element can use

The CAC Committed Bit Rate is a total bit rate, which


is available for all guaranteed traffic at the Iub.
Signaling bit rate and DCN bit rate are subtracted from
the CAC
Committed Bit Rate and the rest is available for the
user plane data connections which are under transport
connection admission control.

Signaling Bit Rate

Define the guaranteed transport capacity for the signaling links towards
the RNC in the Signaling Bit Rate field. The range is from 50 kbps to 1
Mbps in 50 kbps steps.
DCN Bit Rate

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Define the guaranteed transport capacity for the DCN link towards the
RNC in the Signaling Bit Rate field. The range is from 50 kbps to 1 Mbps
in 50 kbps steps.

Define TOP

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Static Routes for BTS Routing

The IP addresses of the static routes need be unique within the


network element.
Enter the following IP: 172.18.67.9

Address IP of router or RNC or anything in between?

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A maximum of 32 static routes can be configured.

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Static Routes for BTS Routing

Selection Next

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IP Filtering

Default value is Restricted Mode for Local management Port is off

Only local LMP (4 ports) and Remote Integration Center (RIC) Via the DCN have access

With fiWCDMAring we will allow other IP (BTS) to be accessible via this BTS for troubl
Software download etc...
DCN will be affected (%?) we do not recomand to use IP FiWCDMAring

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IP Filtering

You can select a new rule


Select new rule
In our example no IP fiWCDMAring

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IP Filtering

Define the name for the exception rule


In our example no IP fiWCDMAring

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IP Filtering (Any)

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IP Filtering

In our example no IP fiWCDMAring

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BTS Settings

The time zone, configuration and synchronization source for BTS


fault management is defined here. Module location for the RF
module is defined as the site location.
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BTS Settings

All have to be declare one by one IE:

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Local Cell Resources


Create new cell and
define the antennas
that will be used for
the 3 cells created. If
40W carrier power is
used, a license is
required to be
downloaded before
the grace period
expires.

Note:
Local cell identifiers are determined at the network planning stage. It is essential that the value input matches the
expected value in the radio network plan. You should not select the values arbitrarily.
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Defining local cell settings

The RNC type


used in this
project is Nokia
Siemens
Networks.

If you selected the RNC Type Other, define the following settings:
Define the settings for each local cell in the Local Cells list:
Cell Range
RACH Capacity
Expiration Time
Usage of Gradual Shutdown Procedure and, if it is used, Shutdown Steps and
Shutdown Window.

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Defining local cell settings (Main Alarms)

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Defining local cell settings (Main Alarms)

Select the alarm you want to reserve

Type 8
Select this one (Allow you to reserve an alarm)

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Defining local cell settings (Intelligent Shutdown)

Select the Local cells you want to apply intelligent shutdown


In this example 100
Insert the number of minutes you want the site
to
Survive prior to shutdown
Local 100 = 5 minutes
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Defining local cell settings (Intelligent Shutdown)

Select the Local cells you want to apply intelligent shutdown


In this example 200
Insert the number of minutes you want the site
to
Survive prior to shutdown
Local 200 = 10 minutes
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Defining local cell settings (Intelligent Shutdown)

Select the Local cells you want to apply intelligent shutdown


In this example 300
Insert the number of minutes you want the site
to
Survive prior to shutdown
Local 300 = 30 minutes
Local cell 100 5 minutes sector A ( aiming at rural )
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Local cell 200 10 minutes sector B ( aiming at Highway)


Local cell 300 30 minutes sector G ( aiming at building)

Defining WCDMA carrier /Local Cell Group in use

All local cells are assigned to the first local cell group by default by BTS Site Manager.
With some sector configuration types, local cell grouping is mandatory when the number of local cells
exceeds two from one radio module or the total number of local cells exceeds six.
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Defining WCDMA carrier /Local Cell Group in use

By selecting the Local cell group this window will change

Maximum of 4 cell group per band


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Defining WCDMA carrier /Local Cell Group in use

By selecting the Local cell group this window will change

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Defining WCDMA carrier /Local Cell Group in use

By selecting the Local cell group this window will change

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By selecting the Local cell group this window will change

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Defining WCDMA carrier (Local Cell)

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Defining WCDMA carrier (Local Cell)

Shown, are the


frequency band
850/1900/2100
depending on
the radio
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Defining WCDMA carrier (Local Cell/ UARFCN)

UARFCN - UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number


Maximum of 4 UARFCN number per band
The carrier frequency, UARFCN, is
defined as required in this Project.

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Defining WCDMA carrier

Select override Nominal TX frequency

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Defining WCDMA carrier

User can map HSPA local cells to Baseband HW resources (to master system module
and to extension system module). SCF parameter hspa Mapping for local cells is used
for mapping HSPA local cells to Baseband HW resources. It can get value FSM1 and
FSM2.

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HSDPA and HSUPA settings

Select the
checkboxes for
HSDPA 16 QAM
support and HSDPA
Proportional Fair

Full Baseband option is


supported only if at least one
MIMO/VAM LCR is commissioned

Resource Packet
(PFRP) scheduler if
you want BTS Site
Managers to raise
faults when the
license for one of
these features is
missing or expired.

The 16QAM modulation, PFRP and shared scheduler are enabled for
HSDPA. Resource Allocation should be at Full BaseBand. The HSUPA
uses the default settings. The Iub delay threshold are define as shown in
the above snapshot.
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If selected

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Can go from 0 to 100 just hold the mouse on the drop or increase arrow

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Settings for Auto-detected MHA


MHAs used are Auto-Detected. It is very
important that the fly lead connections
from flexi BTS are consistent in such a
way that the Tx/Rx port, where the DC is
carried, is connected to the BTS1 port of
the MHA.

In RRU not need it (we are Feederless) Just


Bypass this page
In other configuration with an MHA (Need a
Licensing) you will need to fill in the info.
This done in the off-line mode Online Mode
(connected to BTS) can not change the
following MHA Type, Detected From, LNA #,
Serial Number Product Code as it will be
detected
All MHA type are AISG Compliant

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AISG =Antenna Interface Standards Group

Antenna Line Settings for Each Antenna


RTT) is the length of time it
takes for a signal to be sent
plus the length of time it takes
for an acknowledgment of that
signal to be received. This
time delay therefore consists
of the transmission times
between the two points of a
signal.
RTT = ( Old_RTT) + ((1 )
New_Round_Trip_Sample)

MHA type that are not


AISG compliant

Where is constant weighting


factor(0 < 1).

Must enter the info


manually,

Select the User-Defined Round Trip Time Delay check box if necessary and, if you do so, enter the value in the Round Trip
Time Delay field. If the User-Defined Round Trip Time Delay option is not selected, define the following settings:
Antenna Cable Length
Velocity Factor
PHS FiWCDMAr Delay if the PHS FiWCDMAr is selected to be in use
Diplexer Delay if the selected Multiplexer Usage option is Diplexer.
MHA Uplink Delay and MHA Downlink Delay if the selected MHA Type is Other
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Time Delay field displays the value calculated based on the calculation formula.

Defining TMARET settings (Tower mast Amplifier)


or MHA (Mast Heat Amplifier)
Definition of the settings for the TMARET units.
Note that only DTMARETFV1, DTMARETFV2,
DTMARETFV3, DTMARETFV4,
SDTMARETFV1, SDTMARETFV2,
SDTMARETFV3 and TMARETFV1 TMARET
types can be commissioned in the TMARET
Settings page.
TMARET Settings page is shown only if the HW
configuration contains radio modules supporting
TMARETs.
A TMARET unit contains both an MHA and an
RET unit.
TMARET units are not auto detected units. Auto
detected AISG MHAs are commissioned in the
AISG MHA Settings page and auto detected
AISG RETs are commissioned in the RET
Settings page.

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RET settings

Selecting the
antenna line from
the first list
enables the
second list. The
first antenna line
selection is
mandatory for
the RET if the
selected Used In
option is This
BTS or This and
Other BTS. Each
antenna line can
be selected once.

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EAC Settings
If the external
alarms are
defined on the
GSM equipment,
then no need to
define the
external alarms
on the 3G
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Reserved for the Power module FPMA

Sending Parameters to BTS Site

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Defining additional site settings


Change of the local user account, manage certificates and configure Remote
Electrical Tilt (RET) units.

The configuration data files for RET antennas delivered by Nokia Siemens Networks are available
in the BTS software package. If the files are zipped, you have to unpack them before you can
browse for them. Please ask the antenna vendor for missing or updated configuration data files.
Note
Changing the default minimum and maximum angle values defined in the selected configuration
file may cause incorrect tilt functionality if the values are not in the proper range.
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Defining site testing


Tests can be run on the commissioned site. The test results will be saved in the
Commissioning Report.

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Defining site testing


The first testing option is Site Tests. In the Site Tests dialog box you can
execute an Ethernet test for validating Ethernet interfaces of the system
module HW resources, an Antenna Line Communication test to validate
interfaces to all detected 3GPP antenna line devices, and an Antenna Tilt
Exercise test to test antenna tilt control mechanics for all detected Tilt HW
resources. You can run the tests if modules are not in 'Initializing' state.
The second test option is WCDMA Loop Test for verifying the working
condition of the installed and commissioned modules in the BTS.
Regarding the BTS commissioning it is recommended to run the WCDMA
loop test. You can run the WCDMA loop test when the operational state of
the BTS is "On Air" and modules are not in 'Initialising' state.
The third test option is EAC Functionality Test for testing the external
alarms and controls. The EAC test is available when the EAC information
has been received from the BTS.

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Site Tests dialog box

WCDMA BTS Loop Test dialog box

Note

During the test the BTS transmits at nearly full power. Make sure that there is
an antenna connected to the antenna connector.
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Defining site testing


Expected outcome
The test results in the WCDMA Loop Test Report are
comprised in a way that the fully successful loops are at the
bottom of the page and the loops that are not, are on the top of
the page. However, Resources Not Reserved does not
indicate a failed result, rather that they are reserved for other
use than this test.
Unexpected outcome
If parts of the WCDMA BTS loop test are not ok, it is
recommended to run the test again with the failed modules. In
case the results do not change, check the cabling and the
cabinet before replacing the module.
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Defining site testing

In the Alarms tab you can test EAC input lines by selecting the check box in the
Selected To Test column. The Test Result is changed to 'Faulty'. Change the state of
the supervised external device. After the state change notification is received from
the BTS,
the new state is displayed in the State column and the Test Result
is changed to 'OK'.
In the Controls tab you can test the EAC output lines. Change the state of the
output line in the Line State column. After the BTS has changed the state of the
external control line, check the state of the supervised external device, and change
the Test Result.
The test results are saved in the Commissioning Report.
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Saving commissioning report

You can save the commissioning report in a file on the PC. The report contains the parameters entered during
commissioning, test results of the executed tests and list of active alarms if there are such alarms.
Expected outcome
You can check the status from the Status bar of the BTS Site Manager main window. If the commissioning was
successful, the status bar should display Commissioned" or "On Air when exiting the wizard.
After the successful commissioning, there should be no Commissioning parameter mismatch alarms shown in
the Alarms view.
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Defining BTS output power test


Running the BTS output power test after commissioning is optional.
Before you start
Before running any tests the BTS should be commissioned and an external measuring
equipment (a power meter or a spectrum analyzer) should be connected to the BTS.
The BTS should be reset to the Test Dedicated state before you can run the BTS output power
test.

Enter BTS Test State dialog box


The site is now reset and ready for
testing
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Configuring interface loops in TRS


Test the physical layer functionality and internal functionality of the Flexi
Transport element (TRS).
Typically an external signal generator is used at the other end of the physical
connection that generates traffic, and traffic is looped back to the generator
that can measure traffic and detect CRC errors and lost packets, for
example. Also the equipment internal performance monitoring notices errors
in the traffic.
The following loopbacks can be configured on PDH interfaces:

- Short loop to interface (incoming signal is looped back to output directly


after the interface)
- Long loop to equipment (outgoing signal is looped back to input directly
before the interface).
You can activate loops for multiple interfaces at a time.

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Configuring interface loops in TRS

Note
The FTFA unit does not support interface loops.
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Performing Nokia RealTilt commissioning


The Real Tilt Wizard in WCDMA BTS Site Manager is a tool for
commissioning the Real Tilt equipment. In the commissioning you can set
the configuration parameters for the Real Tilt Control Unit (RCU) and verify
that the RCU works.

Note
You must have a public IP address also for the Nokia RealTilt Solution and
you must arrange the routing.
Note
If using other than Kathrein's antennas, ensure that the antenna table file
has been downloaded.
Note
Ensure that you have the latest software version downloaded. For more
information, see Operation and Maintenance (O&M) tasks in the
WCDMA Antenna System Product Documentation set.
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Performing Nokia RealTilt commissioning


Choose the Antenna Real Tilt
Connect menu item to connect to
the RCU.
Choose the Antenna Real Tilt
Real Tilt Wizard menu item to
launch the Real Tilt Wizard.
Define the IP address, Subnet Mask
and Gateway for the RCU in the
respective fields.

The IP address can be for example an address


that is next to that of the BTS.

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Map antennas to the local cells

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Select antenna types and set initial tilt


angles.

Performing Nokia RealTilt commissioning

Click the Send Parameters button to send


all the settings to the RCU.

The RCU is automatically reset after the parameter


sending.
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save the Commissioning Report
To return the RCUA IP settings back
to their default values, reset the unit
via its front panel. The default values
are as follows:
. IP address 192.168.255.141
. Netmask 255.255.255.128
. Gateway 192.168.255.129

Note
The IP settings of your PC must enable
accessing the above IP addresses.
Note
Ensure that the firewall in your PC does
not prevent downloading the software.

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BTS commissioning troubleshooting


In the case of a failure in any part of the whole commissioning procedure, an
alarm will appear in the Alarms view.
The descriptions for various alarms can be found in the Nokia Flexi WDCMA
Base Station Alarms and Troubleshooting document in the BTS SW release
documentation and in the Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager online help.
You can check the cause of a failure from the commissioning reports.
Check also the LED states of modules.
After successful commissioning the LED state is stable green.

Note
If the connection to the BTS is lost for some
unexpected reason, it may take a few minutes
before the reconnection is established.

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BTS commissioning troubleshooting


The commissioning procedure may fail, for example, when:
- autodetect feature did not find all modules in the BTS site
- no connection to the BTS - check that the BTS is powered up the LED on
a power supply module is a good indicator

- cabling is not connected correctly.


The snapshot file contains the current status of elements and Nokia WCDMA
BTS Site Manager: used HW configuration, logs, alarms, and HW and SW
version information, for example. You can view all site information in the Site
Information dialog box by choosing the Tools Site Information menu
item in Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager.

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Files for Documentation


Site information
This file contains all the
details of the hardware
elements installed at site.
This is needed in the BTS
site folder documentation.
From the tool tab, check
the site information menu
and save the data

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Files for Documentation

Snapshot
This data contains the site log files and settings of the TRS
and BTS. From the File Tab, choose Snapshot menu and
save the data.
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Files for Documentation


IP connectivity Test
This test will verify the IP
routing of the BTS. Ping
the remote address (RNC,
NTP server, Timing over
Packet, BTS routing
gateway) and if there is
no connectivity, this test
fails. This can be done on
the commissioned state
of the BTS prior to
integration. Click the Tool
Tab and choose IP
connectivity test.

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BTS to Test State


At this state, WCDMA loop test can be done in lieu of integration. If test
is conducted without putting the BTS to Test State, all results will fail.
Go to Test tab and choose Enter to BTS state menu. Site will reset to
assume the new state. Run the test on the WCDMA loop and save the
report. All results must be zero.
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WCDMA loop test commencing. Choose all defined antenna. If


testing is done, save the file. Results should be zero.
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Once test is completed, return to BTS normal operational state. Click on


the Tests Tab and choose Exit BTS test state. Site will come to a reset.
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Manual Commissioning (With a File)

If you have commissioning file is available,


Select the box (Create file from existing commissioning
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Manual Commissioning (With a File)

Notice the mandatory field


Now you have to find the file

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Manual Commissioning (With a File)

C:\Users\beg\Documents\Nokia Training\Course\FKX022\Pekka MOP\Comm


Files 20090415\Commissioning_Cfg1_Ethernet_20090415.zip
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Manual Commissioning (With a File)

Select which one or both you want to commission from the file
BTS Commissioning File

TRS Commissioning File


Or both
Select the red X to deselect
Select Next

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Manual Commissioning (With a File)

This what happen when your file as not been created


With the same software version when the file was created
Select Cancel

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Commissioning with an existing file

If the file was correct, this is what would appear

Lets go back to manual commissioning without a File


Select Back

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Commissioning with an existing file

Select restart

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Performing template commissioning


Template commissioning provides an option to commission network elements using
a predefined template file.

All parameters needed to configure the BTS site are determined at the network
planning stage. It is essential that the input values match the expected values in the
network plan

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Performing planned commissioning


Planned commissioning provides an option to commission network elements by loading to the
Flexi WCDMA BTS and/or Flexi Transport sub-module a commissioning file that has been
specifically made for the BTS site.

All parameters needed to configure the BTS site are determined at the network planning stage.
It is essential that the input values match the expected values in the network plan.

The supported file formats are XML and ZIP (including the XML format files).
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Performing reconfiguration commissioning


Reconfiguration commissioning provides an option to commission already commissioned
network elements. The reconfiguration can be used when a new configuration can solve
problems or when a new configuration can release HW resources for another site and/or make
an element to function more efficiently.
During the reconfiguration, the site remains operational up until the mandatory site reset at the
end of the commissioning

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Thank You For Attending!

We look forward to your feedback.

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