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Transceiver Group G12


Abstract
The purpose of this document is to describe the Transceiver Group G12 from a data transcript point of view. Contents 1 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 4 Page 2 2 2 2 3

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Revision Information
This document has been corrected in chapter 3.4 (Subfile 94000).

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2.1

Description
General
A base transceiver station (BTS) is by GSM definition the base station equipment needed to support a cell. This implementation of the BTS functionality is named a TG. However, a TG can support a part of a cell, a cell or up to 16 cells. A TG in the logical model G12 of the BTS consists of a set of managed objects and is in itself a managed object. A managed object is a logical representation of one or more hardware units and their software at a base station site. All operation and maintenance related communication on the Abis interface is directed to managed objects. A TG consists of up to 16 TRXCs, up to 16 RXs, up to 16 TXs, up to 128 TSs, up to 4 DPs and 1 CF, CON, IS and TF. The CF stores the s/w for itself, IS, CON, DP and TF within one TG. The TRXC stores the s/w files for itself and its dedicated RX, TX and TS. One RX, TX and up to eight TSs are hardwired to a TRXC. All traffic related communication on the Abis interface is addressed to a transceiver and is terminated in the TRXC. How to set the SAE number of individuals is described in document "Setting of Size Alteration Events in BSC/TRC" no. 105/190 46-FAD 104 06, included in this DT-Infomodel. Two methods are described but we recommend that the Fixed SAE method is used.

2.2

Addressing of Managed Objects


The basis for addressing managed objects is the TG, which has an instance number as index. The CFs, CONs, ISs and TFs are addressed by the same instance number as their TG. The DPs are addressed by using the same instance number as their TG and a local index within the transceiver group.

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The TRXCs, RXs and TXs are addressed by using the same instance number as their TG and a local index within the transceiver group. The TRXC and its dedicated RX and TX are related by using the identical local indices. The TSs are addressed by the same instance number as the TG, a local index for the transceiver controller (within the TG) and a local index within the TRXC. The addressing scheme is shown in table 1. Table 1 MO TG CF CON IS TF DP TRXC RX TX TS Note Addressing of managed objects MO class Transceiver Group Central Function LAPD Concentrator Interworking Switch Timing Function Digital Path Transceiver Controller Receiver Transmitter Time Slot MO type RXOTG RXOCF RXOCON RXOIS RXOTF RXODP RXOTRX RXORX RXOTX RXOTS Addressing Limits 0 <= tg <= 511 0 <= tg <= 511 0 <= tg <= 511 0 <= tg <= 511 0 <= tg <= 511 0 <= dp <= 3 0 <= trxc <= 15 0 <= trxc <= 15 0 <= trxc <= 15 0 <= ts <= 7

The RBS 2000 models are restricted in the number of TRXC which they are able to support. The maximum number of TRXC is 12, that means addressing between 0 and 11 is possible.

2.3
2.3.1

Hardware
DXU Versions
DXUs of different versions and capacities are available. DXU-01 and -11 provide system interface towards 2 transmission ports (E1). DXU-03 and -11 provide system interface towards 2 transmission ports (T1). The high capacity DXU-21 offers 4 such transmission ports (E1/T1). Installations with DXU-21 in RBS 2202/2102 offer support of EGPRS/CS3/4 capable sTRU. DXU-21 is standard equipment in the high capacity RBS 2206/2106 and supports up to 6 dTRU in any combination. Data Transcript handling of DXU-21 differs from other DXU types due to a revised DCP numbering in order to handle the additional transmission ports.

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2.3.2

DXU - Distribution Switch Unit functions


CF Central Function, is the control part of a TG. It is a SW function, handling common control functions within a TG. The BSC communicates with the CF using layer 2 LAPD, and is addressed by its TEI = 62. CON IS LAPD Concentrator, is used by the optional feature LAPD Concentration for RBS 2000. Interworking Switch, provides a system interface to the 2 Mbit/s link and cross connects individual time slots to certain transceivers. Timing Function, extracts synchronization information from the PCM link and generates a timing reference for the RBS. Digital Path, Layer 1 reception and transmission are not part of the BTS logical model. However, each of the PCM systems terminating in TG has an associated supervision object, the DP. Reports on transmission faults and supervision of transmission quality are carried over the Abis O&M interface. That signalling is described using managed object DP. A DP instance contains all parameter settings, counters to monitor the PCM link. It also performs procedures to report detected alarm conditions and quality values to the BSC.

TF DP

2.3.3

TRU Versions
To differentiate between normal TRUs and EGPRS/CS3/4 capable TRUs the denomination classic TRU will representent a TRU without EGPRS/CS3/4 capacity. New and existing RBS2101, RBS 2102 and 2202 can be equipped with a new and backward compatible EDGE sTRU supporting EGPRS/CS3/4. RBS2206/2106 are equipped with up to 6 EDGE dTRUs supporting EGPRS/CS3/4 providing a capacity of 12 transceivers in a single cabinet. Note that sTRU and dTRU can be configured as classic TRUs.

2.3.4

TRU - Transceiver Unit functions


TRXC The transceiver controller is controlling all the functions for Signal processing, Radio receiving and Radio Transmitting. Each TRX corresponds to one TRU unit. The BSC currently supports a maximum of 1020 TRXs.

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Depending of the CDU type and/or the TRU configuration, the number of TRUs connected to the CDU differs and therefor the numbering of TEI and TRXs differs. Example of TRUs connected to CDU type A is shown in figure 1 . The TEI numbering, when TRUs are connected to CDU type C, is shown in table 2 . RX TX The receiver is an application object. It provides the radio frequency reception functionality for one transceiver. The transmitter is an application object. It provides the radio frequency transmission functionality on a time slot basis for eight TSs using different time slot numbers.

TEI-0

TEI-1

TEI-2

TEI-3

TEI-4

TEI-5

T R U
TX RX TX

T R U
RX TX

T R U
RX TX

T R U
RX TX

T R U
RX TX

T R U
RX

Duplex filter

C D U
CELL A TRX-A TRX-B

CELL B TRX-A TRX-B

C D U

C D U
CELL C TRX-A TRX-B

Figure 1 Table 2 Cell Cell A Cell A Cell A Not used Cell B

TRUs connected to CDU Type A. TEI values for 3+3+3 configuration using 2 cabinets, CDU Type C. TRX 0 1 2 3 4 TEI 0 1 2 3 4

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Cell Cell B Cell B Not used Cell C Cell C Cell C Not used

TRX 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

TEI 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

2.3.5

Combiners
Combining and Distribution Unit (CDU) combines transmitted signals from different transceivers and distributes received signals to all transceivers. The CDU contains duplex filter to be able to transmit and receive signals on the same antenna. There exists 4 different CDU types: CDU-A: Without any combiners at all (to avoid the combining loss) maximum 2 TRU/Cell. To be treated as a hybrid combiner when defining the TG. CDU-C: With hybrid combiners - maximum 6 TRU/Cell. CDU-C+: With hybrid combiners - maximum 6 TRU/Cell. CDU-D: With filter combiners to support large configurations - maximum 12 TRU/Cell. CDU-G: Combining and distribution unit intended for combining up to 2 dTRUs. To be treated as a hybrid combiner when defining the TG.

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3.1

Data Transcript Impacts


General
Most parameter values to be used when specifying the MOs with command RXMOI are provided in the Cell Design Data (CDD) document for each cell. The exceptions are: SWVER DCP1 The correct S/W for the type of BTS to use shall be stated. Digital connection point used for the signalling path to the TRXC.

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DCP2

Digital connection point used for the speech and data connections to the TRXC.

DXU
CF (TEI-62) TF CON DCP=64&&87 RXMOI:.... DCP1=128 DCP2=129&130 DCP1=131 DCP2=132&133 DCP1=134 DCP2=135&136 RBLT-97&&-120 DCP1=137 DCP2=138&139 DCP1=140 DCP2=141&142 DCP1=223 DCP2=224&& 231 DCP1=160 DCP2=161&162 DCP1=163 DCP2=164&165 DCP1=166 DCP2=167&168 DCP1=169 DCP2=170&171 DCP1-172 DCP2-173&174 DCP1=175 DCP2=176&177 Basic Cabinet

TRU-0
TEI-0

BSC

TRU-1
TEI-1

TRU-2
TEI-2

TRU-3
TEI-3

ETC GS ETC
RBLT-129&&-146

RXAPI:.... DCP=1&&24

TRU-4
TEI-4

TRU-5
TEI-5

RXAPI:.... DCP=33&&50

TRU-6
TEI-6

TRU-7
TEI-7

TRU-8
TEI-8

TRU-9
TEI-9

TRU-10
TEI-10

TRU-11
TEI-11 Extension Cabinet

Figure 2

DCP1 and DCP2 connections in DXU-01, -03 & -11

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3.2

APZ Size Alteration Events


The following APZ SAEs are related to logical model G12. SAE SAE SAE SAE 345 346 350 813

BLOCK MFM

3.3

APT Size Alteration Events


The following APT SAEs are related to logical model G12. SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE SAE 550 551 552 553 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK RXCMSD RXCMSD RXCMSD RXCMSD RXOADE RXOABH RXOFH RXOIFH RXOLE RXOPL RXO3EP RXO3OM

3.4

Semipermanent Connections Through IS


The BSC is connected to the BTS over semipermanently connected RBLT devices from the Abis interface through the IS to the TRUs. To make the required definitions in data transcript for this certain information needs to be known: 1 2 3 Mapping of Digital Connection Points (DCPs) for concerned DXU type (RXMOI) Which RBLT devices are to be connected to a particular TG (RXAPI) Is EGPRS/CS3/4 to be supported by a particular TG (RXMOI & RXAPI)

The DCP values for the TRUs, the Abis paths and the LAPD concentrator are predertermined by their fixed connections to the IS and vary between DXU versions. As can be seen in paragraphs 3.4.1 and 3.4.2 below DCP values per TRU will also be dependent on whether EGPRS/CS3/4 capable TRUs are to be introduced or not.

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Table 3 RXMOI

Example of a TG containing 11classic TRUs and one EDGE sTRU RXAPI TEI 0 1 2 3 4 MO Type RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOTRX RXOCF RBLT* 97&&-99 100&&102 103&&105 106&&108 109&&111 112&&120 129&&131 132&&134 135&&137 138&&140 141&&143 144&&146 DCP 1&&3 4&&6 7&&9 10&&12 13&&15 16&&24 33&&35 36&&38 39&&41 42&&44 45&&47 48&&50 64KRES 64KRES

TG DCP1 DCP2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 128 131 134 137 140 223 160 163 166 169 172 175 Note 129&130 132&133 135&136 138&139 141&142

224&&231 5 161&162 164&165 167&168 170&171 173&174 176&177 6 7 8 9 10 11 62

* Only the RBLT devices that shall be used by the TG shall be specified in the RXAPI command.

The TG shown in table 3 shall be defined the following way: Subfile 87000: RXMOI:MO=RXOCF-5, TEI=62, SIG=UNCONC; RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-0, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-1, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-2, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-3, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-4, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-5, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-6, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-7, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-8, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-9, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-10, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-11, TEI=0, DCP1=128, DCP2=129&130; TEI=1, DCP1=131, DCP2=132&133; TEI=2, DCP1=134, DCP2=135&136; TEI=3, DCP1=137, DCP2=138&139; TEI=4, DCP1=140, DCP2=141&142; TEI=5, DCP1=223, DCP2=224&231; TEI=6, DCP1=160, DCP2=161&162; TEI=7, DCP1=163, DCP2=164&165; TEI=8, DCP1=166, DCP2=167&168; TEI=9, DCP1=169, DCP2=170&171; TEI=10, DCP1=172, DCP2=173&174; TEI=11, DCP1=175, DCP2=176&177;

Subfile 94000:

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RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-97&&-111,DCP=1&&15; !for RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-112,DCP=16; !for RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-113&&-120,DCP=17&&24,64KRES;!for RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-129&&-146,DCP=33&&50; !for Note If the used RBLT devices not are consecutive, for example if 97&&-102, 106&&-111 and 112&&-120 shall be used, the following DCPs must be specified in the RXAPI command.

signallin signaling 64k data signallin

RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-97&&-102,DCP=1&&6; RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-106&&-111,DCP=10&&15; RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-112&&-119,DCP=16&&23,64KRES;

3.4.1

DXU-01, -03 & -11 DCP Mapping


PCM1 PCM2 CON DCP 1-31 DCP 33-63 DCP 64-87

TEI TRU-0 0 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-1 1 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-2 2 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-3 3 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-4 4 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-5 5 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-6 6 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-7 7 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-8 8 DCP1

Classic 128 129-130 131 132-133 134 135-136 137 138-139 140 141-142 143 144-145 160 161-162 163 164-165 166

EGPRS/CS3/4 *) 178 179-186 187 188-195 196 197-204 205 206-213 214 215-222 223 224-231 232 233-240 241 242-249 250

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TEI DPC2 TRU-9 9 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-10 10 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-11 11 DCP1 DPC2

Classic 167-168 169 170-171 172 173-174 175 176-177

EGPRS/CS3/4 *) 251-258 259 260-267 268 269-276 277 278-285

*) Note that only one of the TRU positions may be equipped

3.4.2

DXU-21 Mapping
PCM1 PCM2 PCM3 PCM4 CON DCP 1-31 DCP 33-63 DCP 287-317 DCP 319-349 DCP 64-87

TEI TRU-0 0 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-1 1 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-2 2 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-3 3 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-4 4 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-5 5 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-6 6 DCP1

Classic 128 129-130 131 132-133 134 135-136 137 138-139 140 141-142 143 144-145 160

EGPRS/CS3/4 178 179-186 187 188-195 196 197-204 205 206-213 214 215-222 223 224-231 232

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TEI DPC2 TRU-7 7 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-8 8 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-9 9 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-10 10 DCP1 DPC2 TRU-11 11 DCP1 DPC2

Classic 161-162 163 164-165 166 167-168 169 170-171 172 173-174 175 176-177

EGPRS/CS3/4 233-240 241 242-249 250 251-258 259 260-267 268 269-276 277 278-285

3.5

Subfile 87xxx, TG Data


The TG-5 and the site KISTA4 are added to the model DT with 2 TRXs connected to cell KISTA4A. To define a TF in Master and Slave mode see document TG Synchronization.

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RXMOI:MO=RXOTG-5, TRACO=POOL, COMB=HYB, RSITE=KISTA4, SWVER=?; RXMOC:MO=RXOTG-5, FHOP=BB; RXMOI:MO=RXOCF-5, TEI=62, SIG=UNCONC; !RXMOI:MO=RXOCON-5, DCP=64&&87;! RXMOI:MO=RXOIS-5; RXMOI:MO=RXOTF-5, TFMODE=SA, SYNCSRC=DEFAULT; RXMOI:MO=RXODP-5-0, DEV=RXODPI-8; RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-0, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-1, RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-5-0, RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-5-1, TEI=0, DCP1=128, DCP2=129&130, SIG=UNCONC; TEI=1, DCP1=131, DCP2=132&133, SIG=UNCONC; CELL=KISTA4A; CELL=KISTA4A; ! LAPD CONCENTRATION NOT USED !

RXMOI:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1, BAND=GSM, MPWR=47; RXMOC:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1, CELL=KISTA4A; RXMOI:MO=RXORX-5-0&-1, BAND=GSM, RXD=AB; RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-5-0-0&&-7; RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-5-1-0&&-7; RXMOI:MO=RXOTG-5, TRACO=POOL, COMB=HYB, RSITE=KISTA4, SWVER=?; RXMOC:MO=RXOTG-5, FHOP=BB; RXMOI:MO=RXOCF-5, TEI=62, SIG=UNCONC; !RXMOI:MO=RXOCON-5, DCP=64&&87;! RXMOI:MO=RXOIS-5; RXMOI:MO=RXOTF-5, TFMODE=SA, SYNCSRC=DEFAULT; RXMOI:MO=RXODP-5-0, DEV=RXODPI-8; RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-0, RXMOI:MO=RXOTRX-5-1, RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-5-0, RXMOC:MO=RXOTRX-5-1, TEI=0, DCP1=128, DCP2=129&130, SIG=UNCONC; TEI=1, DCP1=131, DCP2=132&133, SIG=UNCONC; CELL=KISTA4A; CELL=KISTA4A; ! LAPD CONCENTRATION NOT USED !

RXMOI:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1, BAND=GSM, MPWR=47; RXMOC:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1, CELL=KISTA4A; RXMOI:MO=RXORX-5-0&-1, BAND=GSM, RXD=AB; RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-5-0-0&&-7; RXMOI:MO=RXOTS-5-1-0&&-7;

Connect the TG to the cell.

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RXTCI:MO=RXOTG-5, CELL=KISTA4A, CHGR=0;

3.6

Subfile 94xxx, Deblocking of DIP


Insertion of BTS PCM supervision DIP site KISTA4 DTDII:DIP=0ODP5, DEV=RXODPI-10; !DTIDC:DIP=0ODP5, CRC=0, QSUP=0;! ! default values ! ! set by command DTDII !

DTFSC:DIP=0ODP5, FAULT=1&&4&9, ACL=A2; DTFSI:DIP=0ODP5, FAULT=1&&4&9; DTQSC:DIP=0ODP5, DTQSC:DIP=0ODP5, DTQSC:DIP=0ODP5, DTQSI:DIP=0ODP5, Deblocking of the DIP: DTBLE:DIP=0ODP5; DTBLE:DIP=3RBLT; EXDAI:DEV=RBLT-97&&-127; BLODE:DEV=RBLT-97&&-127; Definition of DCPs: RXAPI:MO=RXOTG-5,DEV=RBLT-97&&-102,DCP=1&&6; BFF, BFFL1=100, ACL1=O1, BFFL2=800, ACL2=O1; SF, SFL=5, ACL=O1, TI=24; DF, DFL=100, ACL=O1, TI=24; BFF, LH, LL, SF, DF;

3.7

Subfile 97xxx, Deblocking of MOs


Defined MOs are brought into service with command RXESI. RXESI:MO=RXOTG-5(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXESI:MO=RXOCF-5(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); !RXESI:MO=RXOCON-5;! RXESI:MO=RXOIS-5; RXESI:MO=RXOTF-5; RXESI:MO=RXODP-5-0; RXESI:MO=RXOTRX-5-0(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXESI:MO=RXOTRX-5-1(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXESI:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1; RXESI:MO=RXORX-5-0&-1; RXESI:MO=RXOTS-5-0-0&&-7; RXESI:MO=RXOTS-5-1-0&&-7; Deblocking of MOs, command RXBLE, shall be performed in the order stated below:

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2004-06-14

RXBLE:MO=RXOTG-5(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXBLE:MO=RXOCF-5(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); !RXBLE:MO=RXOCON-5;! RXBLE:MO=RXOIS-5; RXBLE:MO=RXOTF-5; RXBLE:MO=RXODP-5-0; RXBLE:MO=RXOTRX-5-0(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXBLE:MO=RXOTRX-5-1(,SUBORD)(,NOPRINT); RXBLE:MO=RXOTX-5-0&-1; RXBLE:MO=RXORX-5-0&-1; RXBLE:MO=RXOTS-5-0-0&&-7; RXBLE:MO=RXOTS-5-1-0&&-7; Parameter SUBORD may be specified for a MO of class TG, CF or TRX, in G12 and will deblock all subordinate MO instances. NOPRINT, which may only be used in conjunction with parameter SUBORD, suppresses the in service result printout.

Miscellaneous Information
EGPRS/CS3/4 capable TRUs require the BSC to be equipped with a Subrate Switch and the TG to be configured with transcoders in pool.