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UTRAN Maintenance Manual Node B MMN:NodeB (Platform 1) A50016-G5000-G216-prelim-7620 ND-57285-707 (E)-prelim

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UTRAN Maintenance Manual Node B MMN:NodeB (Platform 1) A50016-G5000-G216-prelim-7620 ND-57285-707 (E)-prelim

Maintenance Manual

Node B MMN:NodeB (Platform 1)

A50016-G5000-G216-prelim-7620

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Trademarks:

All designations used in this document can be trademarks, the use of which by third parties

for their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG / NEC Corporation 2005.

Issued by:

Siemens AG, Communications, Hofmannstraße 51, 81359 München, Germany and NEC Corporation, 7-1, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Technical modifications possible. Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written contract.

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Precautions

Precautions

(E)-01 Precautions P r e c a u t i o n s To prevent potential
(E)-01 Precautions P r e c a u t i o n s To prevent potential

To prevent potential injury or even death, this manual as well as the alert labels attached to the system, provide various safety precautions. It is imperative that all safety instructions in this manual and the alert labels be completely understood prior to performing any operations and/or maintenance work.

This manual is intended for the operation and maintenance personnel of the Node B system.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

The “Safety Instructions” provides you safety instructions for the Node B. For other equipment, refer to the relevant manual of the particular equipment in question.

Definitions of Alert Categories

There are three Alert Categories.

DANGER

DANGER

This symbol indicates that there is explicit life-threatening danger. Failure to obey this instruction could place you in an imminent danger of death or serious injury.

WARNINGplace you in an imminent danger of death or serious injury. This symbol indicates an item

This symbol indicates an item that potentially endangers to your life. Failure to obey this instruction could lead to death or serious injury.

CAUTION

CAUTION

This symbol indicates an item that potentially endangers your body and property. Failure to obey this instruction could cause injury to you, or damage to the equipment, components, and even the communication network or other property.

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List of Alert Labels

Precautions

The following lists alert labels attached to the system. Locate the labels and be sure to follow the instructions on them.

!
!

CAUTION

HOT SURFACE

Avoid contact.

(Explanation)

!
!

ANT0

ANT1

-48v present

(Location) Front of DUAMCO

(Explanation)

-48v present (Location) Front of DUAMCO (Explanation) (Location) Front of SCPA and MCPA Do not touch
-48v present (Location) Front of DUAMCO (Explanation) (Location) Front of SCPA and MCPA Do not touch

(Location) Front of SCPA and MCPA

Do not touch the SCPA and MCPA which can heat up to a high temperature during operation. Touching these equipment can cause

serius burns. Be sure to wear gloves or adequate protective gears when handling these parts.

CAUTION

Pay full attention during operation since -48V DC current is output to the connector ANT0 and ANT1 in front of DUAMCO.

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List of Safety Instructions

Precautions

When you find a safety instruction in this manual, be sure to read the instruction before starting the work.

The safety instructions, especially regarding death or injury in this manual are listed below, by their alert categories.

Alert category: Danger

 
  DANGER

DANGER

Important Notice on Product Safety DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR DEATH - FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. The system complies with the standard EN 60950 / IEC 60950. All equipment connected to the system must comply with the applicable safety standards. Hazardous voltages are present at the AC power supply lines in this electrical equipment. Some components may also have high operating temperatures. Failure to observe and follow all installation and safety instructions can result in serious personal injury or property damage. Therefore, only trained and qualified personnel may install and maintain the system.

The same text in German:

 

Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit LEBENSGEFAHR - BEACHTEN SIE ALLE INSTALLATIONSHINWEISE. Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950 / IEC 60950. Alle an das System angeschlossenen Geräte müssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfüllen. In diesen Anlagen stehen die Netzversorgungsleitungen unter gefährlicher Spannung. Einige Komponenten können auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen. Nichtbeachtung der Installations- und Sicherheitshinweise kann zu schweren Körperverletzungen oder Sachschäden führen. Deshalb darf nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal das System installieren und warten.

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Alert category: Caution

Precautions

 
  CAUTION

CAUTION

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with EN 55022. Its

class of conformity is defined in table A30808-X3247-X910-*-7618, which

is shipped with each product. This class also corresponds to the limits for

a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the relevant standards referenced in the manual "Guide to Documentation", may cause harmful interference to radio communications. For system installations it is strictly required to choose all installation sites according to national and local requirements concerning construction rules and static load capacities of buildings and roofs. For all sites, in particular in residential areas it is mandatory to observe all respectively applicable electromagnetic field / force (EMF) limits. Otherwise harmful personal interference is possible.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

Precautions

 
  CAUTION

CAUTION

Safety instructions on the overall work:

• Before performing any operation and maintenance work, make sure that the working environment is safe.

• Before performing any operation and maintenance work, check the emergency exits are clear in case of an emergency situation.

• Before performing any operation and maintenance work, make sure sufficient safety instructions are given to the maintenance personnel.

• Never wear slippers during work.

• Take care not to trip over cables, components, or tools during work. Failure to do so could result in injury.

• Take care that shirt sleeves and trousers are not caught in equipment and/or machines during work. Failure to do so could cause an injury or other accident.

• Do not allow liquid, such as water, on system components or touch the system with wet hands. Moisture in the system can cause an electrical shock or a trouble to the system. If any liquid comes into contact with the system, immediately turn off the power of the affected components, and request repairs.

• Do not rework or disassemble system components. An electrical shock, fire or component and/or system failure could occur as a result.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

Precautions

 
  CAUTION

CAUTION

Safety instructions concerning handling tools and test equipment:

• Before connecting any electric tool to an AC outlet, be sure to check the voltage (100 V or 240 V) and frequency usable with the tool. Using an electric tool with the wrong voltage or frequency can result in an electrical shock or other accident.

• When using any electric tool, be sure to connect a ground wire to it. Using an electric tool without connecting it to ground can lead to an electrical shock.

• When an electric tool is being not used, be sure to unplug the power cable from the AC outlet. Failure to do so could cause an electrical shock or other accident.

• When using a crimping tool, be careful not to get your fingers caught in the jaws of the tool.

When using any electric tool or crimping tool, be sure to observe the instructions given in the relevant instruction manuals. Safety instructions for handling cards:

• Wear thin cotton gloves when handling cards. Working with bare hands can lead to an injury or accident.

• Follow all instructions for handling the card being tested, the test instrument, cables, and all other components properly in accordance with the instructions given in the relevant manuals.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

Precautions

 
  CAUTION

CAUTION

Safety instructions on high voltage and high current:

• Persons other than the maintenance personnel must not touch the Direct Current Power Distribution Board (DC-PDB). The DC-PDB carries high voltage and current. Touching it could result in an electrical shock or other accident.

• Do not touch those parts of the Node B that contains components with high voltage or current. Inadvertent contact with any of these components can cause injury, death, and/or damage to the system.

• Be sure to provide grounding where required. Failure to do so can result in system failure or electrical shock, especially if caused by the lightening.

• When measuring voltage or current, take adequate insulating measures, such as covering or winding the unnecessary parts of the measuring terminal and tools with insulating tape. Allowing the measuring terminal to touch another terminal, or a short-circuit caused by a tool could result in an lead to an electrical shock or other accident.

• Before making a connection to the DC-PDB, ensure that the power to the main circuit breaker is OFF. Making a connection to the DC-PDB when the power is ON can result in an electrical shock or other accident.

• Before making a cable connection, be sure to turn OFF the switch on the power distribution board. Otherwise, an electrical shock or other accident could occur.

Before making a cable connection, confirm the electric polarity is correct. If the cable is connected to the wrong polarity, an electrical shock or other accident could occur. Safety instructions when working up high or on a step ladder:

• When working on a cable rack or running cables while on a step or other ladder, watch your footing and be careful not to fall. Failure to take proper precautions could result in injury or other problems.

• When working on a cable rack or running cables up high, be careful not to drop any tools or components. Dropping a tool or a component can injure other personnel, or cause other troubles to the system.

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Alert category: Caution (continued)

Precautions

 
  CAUTION

CAUTION

Safety instructions on high temperature:

Do not touch the Single Carrier Power Amplifier (SCPA), Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) and the Power Supply (PS) which can heat up to a high temperature during operation. Touching these equipment could result in an injury or other accident. Be sure to wear gloves or adequate protective gears when handling these parts. Safety instructions on rotating parts:

Do not touch rotating parts such as fans, and do not remove the guard while they are still rotating. Touching these rotating parts while they are still in motion rotating could result in an injury or other accident. Safety instructions on heavy weight:

Use both hands to pull out the Duplex Amplifier Multi-Coupler (DUAMCO), SCPA and MCPA. Pulling out heavy equipment such as these with only one hand could result in an injury or other accident.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR NORMAL SYSTEM OPERATION

Precautions

The “Precautions for Normal System Operation” provides precautions against potential problems that could occur to the system. In order to maintain normal operation of the system, particular attention must be paid to each precaution prior to and during any operation and/or maintenance work.

Site Consideration

To maintain normal system operation, your site must always meet the requirements listed below.

(1)

Temperature and humidity

• Make sure that the temperature and humidity levels are within the acceptable range: the temperature must be between -5 and 50°C and the humidity 20 and 95%. (There must be no condensation).

• Make sure that the site is not exposed to liquid such as water and oil.

• Make sure that the site is not exposed to direct sunlight nor placed near a flame or heating appliance like a stove.

(2)

Dust To prevent a short circuit due to dust buildup, make sure that the site is kept clean and dust free.

(3)

Vibration Since the system components are precision-engineered equipment and devices, make sure that the site is not subject to vibration.

(4)

Heat dissipation Proper air circulation is necessary to prevent the temperature from rising inside the system. Make sure that the vents of the system components are always kept clear.

(5)

Static electricity Be sure to connect your wrist strap to the ground such as an Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) terminal.

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List of Precautions

Precautions

The precautions are listed by the following working situations:

• When Operating the System

• When Handling Cards

• When Handling the Power Amplifiers

• When Handling the Power Supply

• When Handling Parts and Components

When Operating The System

• Keep the doors of the machine room closed during work. In a room with high humidity, vapor can condense on cards and shelves in the system, which can lead to a short-circuit or fire. Excessive dust can also cause a short-circuit or fire.

• If using air-conditioning, prevent water from ceiling or refrigerant pipes from dripping on cards and shelves in the system. If any component in the system becomes wet, this could result in a short-circuit or fire can occur.

• Keep the humidity in the machine room within the range of 20 to 95%, with no condensation.

• Do not leave foreign objects such as screws, wires, or pieces of metal, inside the racks, shelves, or terminal devices of the system. Such foreign object can damage the equipment or cause a short-circuit, subsequently resulting in a malfunction of the system or other problem.

• Wear antistatic shoes during the operation and maintenance work.

• Clean the filter on the fan at least every six months. If the filter is not kept properly cleaned, a short-circuit or fire can occur.

• When the system starts up, check that the transmission frequency is within the specified frequency range. If the transmission frequency is out of the specified frequency range, the equipment can be damaged or it can work improperly.

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When Handling Cards

Precautions

• When inserting or removing a card of the system components, always wear thin cotton gloves and a grounded wrist strap to prevent static electricity. Electrostatic charge can damage the internal parts.

Wear a pair of gloves. Wear a wrist strap. wrist strap GND To GND
Wear a pair of gloves.
Wear a wrist strap.
wrist strap
GND
To GND

• Make sure that the switches and short plugs on the spare card are in the same condition as those on the card to be replaced.

       

ON

   

DIP switches

   

OFF

0123

 
    Rotary switch
 

Rotary switch

Short plugs

Short plugs

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Precautions

• Make sure the direction (top and bottom) of the spare card is correct. Do not force the card into the slot. Forcibly inserting a card in the wrong direction can damage it.

Right Wrong
Right
Wrong

• Do not bend or twist the card. Bending or twisting the card can damage it and result in a malfunction.

twisting the card can damage it and result in a malfunction. • If a card is

• If a card is marked with a "!" label, be sure to turn the power switch of the card off before removing it.

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When Handling The Power Amplifiers

Precautions

• Use both hands to pull out the power amplifier unit (SCPA, MCPA, or DUAMCO) because of its heavy weight. Pull out the unit with both hands depicted as below. Pulling out the unit with only one hand can make you drop and a damage the unit.

wrist strap GND
wrist strap
GND

When Handling The Power Supply

• The system components are kept in operation with the power supply turned on at all times. Make sure that no personnel except the system administrator is allowed to operate the power switch. If the power supply is interrupted, communications will be disrupted, and the unsaved data will be lost.

• Never turn the power switch of a card on and off, or insert or remove a fuse unless absolutely necessary. Be careful not to abruptly turn the power supply on and off.

• Normal operation of the system is not guaranteed when the input voltage is out of the prescribed range. The system operation is not guaranteed even when the voltage returns to a normal level once it has gone out of range. In this case, it will be necessary to reset the system.

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When Handling Parts and Components

Precautions

• Never swing a cable. Never forcibly wind a cable. Swinging or forcibly winding a cable can break the cable or damage its connector.

• Never wind an optical cable to form a loop with a diameter of 100 mm or less. To do so could break the optical cable.

• When making a connection with a cable conductor, be careful not to place the conductor in contact with another cable conductor. A short-circuit could result in a fire or other damage.

• Never remove the cap from an optical connector, except when attaching the connector. If an optical connector is damaged or contaminated with dust, this will disrupt communications error can occur.

• Never step on a battery. Stepping on a battery can cause the battery to leak.

• Use tools and components such as batteries and cables correctly, in accordance with the instructions given in the relevant manuals.

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Precautions

DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

i o n s DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT All electrical and electronic products should

All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.

The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment.

For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your sales representative.

The statements quoted above are only fully valid for equipment which is installed in the countries of the European Union and is covered by the directive 2002/96/EC.

Countries outside the European Union may have other regulations regarding the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment.

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Preface

Preface

ND-57285-707 (E)-01 Preface P r e f a c e This document is prepared as a
ND-57285-707 (E)-01 Preface P r e f a c e This document is prepared as a

This document is prepared as a standard edition that may include descriptions not applying to your system.

This document describes various procedures necessary to maintain the Node B in the Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (W-CDMA) system.

This document comprises the following sections:

INTRODUCTION Describes a guideline for fault clearance.

HARDWARE CONFIGURATION Describes the Node B hardware configuration.

TASK LIST Lists all procedures described in this document.

PROCEDURE Describes the system operation jobs involved in the system maintenance services.

APPENDIX Describes the Node B specification and other technical information.

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Reason for Update

Summary:

Preliminary edition

Details:

Chapter/Section

Reason for Update

All

Preliminary edition

Issue History:

Issue

Date of issue

Reason for Update

Number

prelim

10/2005

Preliminary edition

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Contents

Contents

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TITLE

INDEX NUMBER

(*:REVISION)

SECTION 1

INTRODUCTION

Introduction

INT-00B-1000-11(E)-01

Cautions for Card Replacement

INT-00B-1100-11(E)-01

SECTION 2 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

Hardware Configuration of NB-530

DDS-00B-1000-11(E)-01

Hardware Configuration of NB-531

DDS-00B-1010-11(E)-01

AMP-SC

DDS-00B-1100-11(E)-01

DUAMCO

DDS-00B-1200-11(E)-01

TTA

DDS-00B-1300-11(E)-01

SCPA

DDS-00B-1400-11(E)-01

MCPA

DDS-00B-1500-11(E)-01

CP

DDS-00B-1600-11(E)-01

SDM

DDS-00B-1700-11(E)-01

EIU

DDS-00B-1800-11(E)-01

ATM

DDS-00B-1900-11(E)-01

HWY

DDS-00B-2000-11(E)-01

CLK

DDS-00B-2100-11(E)-01

ASI

DDS-00B-2200-11(E)-01

CHC

DDS-00B-2300-11(E)-01

REP

DDS-00B-2400-11(E)-01

TRX

DDS-00B-2500-11(E)-01

RFSW

DDS-00B-2600-11(E)-01

PS1

DDS-00B-2700-11(E)-01

PS2

DDS-00B-2800-11(E)-01

AMP FAN (for A Shelf)

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TITLE

INDEX NUMBER

Contents

FAN (for B/T Shelf)

DDS-00B-3000-11(E)-01

HWY-MON20

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SECTION 3

TASK LIST

Task List

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SECTION 4

PROCEDURE

Procedure A

PRC-00B-1000-11(E)-01

Replace TTA

PRC-00B-1100-11(E)-01

Replace Card AMP-SC / SCPA / MCPA

PRC-00B-1200-11(E)-01

Replace Card DUAMCO

PRC-00B-1300-11(E)-01

Replace Card in Node B

PRC-00B-1400-11(E)-01

Replace Filter

PRC-00B-1500-11(E)-01

File Update

PRC-00B-1600-11(E)-01

Replace FAN

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SECTION 5

APPENDIX

Node B Information

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SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION

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Introduction

Introduction

(E)-01 Introduction I n t r o d u c t i o n This manual
(E)-01 Introduction I n t r o d u c t i o n This manual

This manual is used to clear faults that may occur in Node B. To clear faults from Node B, it is advisable to read this chapter for the proper usage of this manual.

1.

GUIDELINE

Fault clearance described in this manual isolates suspicious cards partially from Node B. Design of the cards in Node B assumes that maintenance personnel will clear faults from the system at high probabilities by isolating or replacing defective cards. Such suspicious cards are replaced manually with the spare cards.

(1)

If Node B faults occur in Operation and Maintenance Center (OMC), perform the operation according to SYSTEM ROUTINE TEST. As an exception, card replacement is unnecessary if the effective status of card is determined by external elements. External elements include increase of temperature, -48v voltage drop, etc. During activation of Node B or when cards are activated (reset), temporary error may be displayed. Complete removal of such effects will return cards to the operation status automatically.

(2)

Office maintenance personnel are to check faults on cards and obtain fault information via Local Maintenance Terminal (LMT) according to the steps described in Procedure A.

(3)

Office maintenance personnel are to check and replace defective cards manually according to Replace TTA and subsequent modules.

(4)

Give a tag to each defective card and pack it to send it to Japan. In addition, the following detailed information must be clarified in the fault report.

• Name and code of the site

• Node B area, cabinet and slot number

• Name, code and serial number of the Card

• Description of the system response

• Description of the fault

• Name and phone of the originator

The fault clearance procedure of this manual will clear most of the faults that may occur in Node B. If fault remains not cleared even after the replacement of all defective cards, or if diagnosis indicates a status where no fault stays, achievement of the purpose by the procedure requests contact with next higher level fault clearance department. This is because additional information and resources are necessary for locating faults and for continuous operation for fault removal.

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2. SYSTEM ROUTINE TEST

Introduction

OMC

NODE B

Local task

System Routine Test
System Routine Test
OMC NODE B Local task System Routine Test Detect the Fault Message Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind
Detect the Fault Message

Detect the Fault Message

Detect the Fault Message
Detect the Fault Message
B Local task System Routine Test Detect the Fault Message Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind of Card",
Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind of Card", "Node B No. ", "Rack ID", "Slot ID "

Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind of Card", "Node B No. ", "Rack ID", "Slot ID "

Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind of Card", "Node B No. ", "Rack ID", "Slot ID "
Check "Faulty Card(s)", "Kind of Card", "Node B No. ", "Rack ID", "Slot ID "
B No. ", "Rack ID", "Slot ID " Proceed to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to
Proceed to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to memory dump)

Proceed to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to memory dump)

Proceed to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to memory dump)
Proceed to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to memory dump)
to "Procedure A" LMT connection (due to memory dump) Log obtainment Replacement Procedure Replace card Check
Log obtainment

Log obtainment

Log obtainment
Log obtainment
Replacement Procedure Replace card Check the replaced card OK/NG ? NG OK
Replacement Procedure
Replace card
Check the replaced card
OK/NG ?
NG
OK

LMT disconnection

End of the Fault Clearance
End of the Fault Clearance

Fig. 1 System Routine Test

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Cautions for Card Replacement

Cautions for Card Replacement

Cautions for Card Replacement Cautions for Card Replacement Cautions for Card Replacement are as follows: •
Cautions for Card Replacement Cautions for Card Replacement Cautions for Card Replacement are as follows: •

Cautions for Card Replacement are as follows:

• When replacing cards, the maintenance personnel should take sufficient measures against static electricity.

• Each card has its own mis-insert prevention key preventing the card from being inserted into wrong place. (See Fig.1.) Note that forcibly inserting a card will cause it to be damaged.

• Reset time is about 10 seconds. About 10 seconds after resetting a card, the card starts to operate and, therefore, pulling out the card may affect the equipment operation. Be sure to pull out cards within 10 seconds after resetting.

• While a card is being reset, all output terminals of the card are kept at high impedance. Pulling out the card during this period prevents the equipment operation from being affected. Pulling out a card without resetting it makes the disconnect order of signal conductors unfixed and causes signals to be taken in by error, resulting in malfunction. Be sure to pull out a card after resetting it.

• If a card is reset without blocking it, the card may be reset while it is processing data. This will cause disconnect during communication or equipment malfunction. Be sure the card is blocked before resetting it.

• When installing a card, place the upper and lower card plastic hook at the shelf, and press the insertion/removal lever in the illustrated direction to insert and lock the card. When removing a card, open the insertion/removal lever to unlock the card. It can be then pulled out toward you. (See Fig.2.)

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Cautions for Card Replacement

Backboard Mis-insert prevention key CH system card Mis-insert prevention key Backboard connector Mis-insert
Backboard
Mis-insert
prevention key
CH system card
Mis-insert
prevention key
Backboard connector
Mis-insert prevention key
330
239

Rear side of card connector

Fig. 1 Card mis-insert prevention key

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Cautions for Card Replacement

Card Plastic Hook Card Shelf Hook Lock
Card Plastic Hook
Card
Shelf
Hook
Lock

Fig. 2 Insertion and removal of card

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SECTION 2 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

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Hardware Configuration of NB-530

Hardware Configuration of NB-530

Configuration of NB-530 Hardware Configuration of NB-530 1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.
Configuration of NB-530 Hardware Configuration of NB-530 1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.

1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE

Fig .1 shows hardware architecture. OMC RX TRX Node B A-SHF ANT ANT DUAMCO SCPA/MCPA
Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.
OMC
RX
TRX
Node B
A-SHF
ANT
ANT
DUAMCO
SCPA/MCPA
AMP-SC
External
Port
TTA
ATM
EIU
CHn
Iub
RNC
HWY
TRX
REP
CH2
I-S
O&M
CP
and
CH1
NBAP
SDM
CLK
B-SHF
ASI
PS1
PS2
LMT
ASI
CHn
TRX
REP
CH2
CH1
PS2
T-SHF
O&M signal & Call processing signal
O&M signal
TCH,CCH traffic
RF signal

Fig. 1 Hardware Architecture

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2. FRONT VIEW OF THE NODE B RACK AND MOUNTING POSITIONS

The front view of the Node B rack and mounting positions are shown in NB-530 Rack in “Hardware Manual”.

Table 1 provides component list of Node B base rack.

Table 1 Component list of Node B base rack (1/5)

   

Product name

Max.

Remarks

Code No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Equipment

180772

 

Node B

   

(YMB7M1M1-

1A)

Related

283322

UMTS-RACK1

UMTS rack 1 (base)

1

 

frame

(Node B-

         

Related

283356

UMTS-TB

UMTS terminal

1

Supports E1 in the customer interface board (HWY system).

frame)

board

283357

PWR DIST

Power distribution

2

Power distribution panel for distributing power of - 48V to SHFs from the primary power terminal block.

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base rack (2/5)

   

Product name

Max.

Remarks

Code No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Related

283324

B-SHF

Base shelf

1

CONT × 1 + BB × 1

frame

(B/T-SHF)

283325

T-SHF

Transceiver shelf

1

BB × 1

480948

C-BWB

Control backboard

1

 

481000

CH-BWB

Channel backboard

2

 

283316-

FAN

Fan

2

 

1B

481008

FAN-CONT

Fan control

2

 

481009

FAN-ALM

Fan alarm

2

 

282991

TERM1

Termination 1

1

 

282993

TERM3

Termination 3

1

 

282994

TERM4

Termination 4

1

 

282995

TERM5

Termination 5

2

 

283126

TERM6

Termination 6

2

 

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base rack (3/5)

   

Product name

Max.

Remarks

Code No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

 

per unit

Related

283358

HWY-MON20

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

frame

card 2M

 

(B/T-SHF)

481024

MON-MAIN

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

main board

 

481025

MON-SUB

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

sub-board

 

283128-

RFSW

RF switch card

4

or 0

 

1B

 

283317-

FAN-BL (*1)

Fan blank card

   

1B

283274

CC-BL1 (*1)

Common control blank card 1

 

For CP and SDM

283275

CC-BL2 (*1)

Common control blank card 2

 

For ATM,

and CLK

283373

PS1-BL (*1)

PS1 blank card

   

283359

HWY-BL (*1)

Highway blank

   

card

283276-

BB-BL1 (*1)

Base band blank card 1

 

For ASI,

1B

CHC and

 

REP

283277-

BB-BL2 (*1)

Base band blank card 2

 

For PS2

1B

283318

BB-BL3 (*1)

Base band blank card 3

 

For left

block T-

 

SHF (6

pieces)

283319

BB-BL4 (*1)

Base band blank card 4

 

For T-SHF

center

 

block (8

pieces)

283273-

TRX-BL (*1)

TRX blank card

7

 

1B

283236-

RFSW-BL (*1)

RF switch blank card

4

 

1B

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base rack (4/5)

   

Product name

Max.

Remarks

Code No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

 

per unit

Card

283342

CP

Central processing card

2

Functions

(B/T-SHF)

are

 

integrated

with

CP+SV.

480926-

MAIN

Main card

2

 

1C

283343

SDM

System data

2

 

memory card

283127-

EIU

External interface

1

 

1B

unit card

480926-

MAIN

Main card (For EIU)

1

 

1A

480926-

 

1D

480920-

SUB-A

Sub-card A (EIU)

1

 

1B

480921

SUB-B

Sub-card B (EIU)

1

 

283345

ATM

ATM switch card

2

 

283223-

2.0M-HWY1

Highway card

2

or 0

 

1A

2.0M

 

480954-

HWY-MAIN

Highway main

2

or 0

 

1B

board

 

480956-

AAL-SUB2

AAL sub 2 card

2

or 0

 

1B

 

480985-

2.0M-SUB

Highway 2.0M

2

or 0

 

1B

sub-card

 

283346

CLK

Clock card

2

 

283347

ASI

ATM shelf

4

 

interface card

283348

CHC

Channel coding

20

 

card

283349

REP

Repeater card

4

 

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base rack (5/5)

   

Product name

Max.

Remarks

Code No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Card

283350

TRX

Transmitter and

8

 

(B/T-SHF)

receiver card

480924

TRX CONT2

Transmitter and receiver control 2

8

 

283023-

RFU1

Radio unit card 1

8

 

1A

480925-

RF

Radio module

8

 

1A

283351

PS1

Power supply 1

2

CC

power

distribution

panel

283125-

PS2

Power supply 2

4

BB

power

1B

distribution

panel

Related Shelf

283304

AMP-SHF

Amplifier shelf

1

 

(A-SHF)

283305

AMP FAN

Amplifier fan

1

 

283307

LPA-BL

Linear power

 

For

SCPA/

amplifier blank

MCPA

card

283308

DUAMCO-BL

DUAMCO blank

   

card

Card

283311

AMP-SC

Control and monitor for AMP section

1

 

(A-SHF)

283310

SCPA (*2)

Single carrier

6

 

power amplifier

283355

MCPA (*2)

Multi carrier power amplifier (2 carriers)

6

 

283309

DUAMCO

DUAMCO

3

 

Others

180769

TTA

Tower top

3

 

amplifier

Notes:

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1 In regard to the cards marked (*1), different card types are mounted, depending on the positions where the card are not mounted.

2 In regard to the cards marked (*2), different card types are mounted, depending on the system configuration.

3 In the case of two values in the Max.installation per unit, the first value indicates default value.

3. GENERAL INFORMATION ON NODE B LED’S

Meanings of LEDs common to Node B are given below. All cards housed in Node B except for Node B rack and filter box have LEDs to indicate their statuses.

• Green: Normal

• Red: Abnormal

• Orange: Status of the card other than the above

Detailed meanings of LEDs per card types are described in “Hardware Manual” .

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Hardware Configuration of NB-531

Configuration of NB-531 Hardware Configuration of NB-531 1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.
Configuration of NB-531 Hardware Configuration of NB-531 1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.

1. HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE

Fig .1 shows hardware architecture. O&M signal & Call processing signal RX TRX O&M signal
Fig .1 shows hardware architecture.
O&M signal & Call processing signal
RX
TRX
O&M signal
ANT
ANT
TCH,CCH traffic
RF signal
TTA
OMC
Node B
External
Port
ATM
EIU
CHn
Iub
SCPA/
RNC
MCPA
HWY
TRX
REP
CH2
I-S
O&M
CP
and
CH1
NBAP
DUAMCO
SDM
CLK
B-SHF
ASI
PS1
PS2
AMP-SC
LMT
ASI
A-SHF
CHn
TRX
REP
CH2
CH1
PS2
T-SHF

Fig. 1 Hardware Architecture

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2. FRONT VIEW OF THE NODE B SHELTER AND MOUNTING POSITIONS

The front view of the Node B shelter and mounting positions are shown in NB-531 Shelter in “Hardware Manual”.

Table 1 provides component list of Node B base shelter.

Table 1 Component list of Node B base shelter (1/5)

 

Code

Product name

Max.

Remarks

No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Equipment

180792

 

Node B

   

(YMB7M1M1-

1B)

Related

283461

MOUNTING

Mounting Kit

1

 

frame

KIT

(Node B-

         

Related

283356

UMTS-TB

UMTS terminal

1

Supports E1 in the customer interface board (HWY system).

frame)

board

480950

PWR DIST

Power

2

 

distribution

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base shelter (2/5)

 

Code

Product name

Max.

Remarks

No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Related

283324

B-SHF

Base shelf

1

CONT × 1 + BB ×

frame

1

(B/T-SHF)

283325

T-SHF

Transceiver shelf

1

BB × 1

480948

C-BWB

Control

1

 

backboard

481000

CH-BWB

Channel

2

 

backboard

283316-

FAN

Fan

2

 

1B

481008

FAN-CONT

Fan control

2

 

481009

FAN-ALM

Fan alarm

2

 

282991

TERM1

Termination 1

1

 

282993

TERM3

Termination 3

1

 

282994

TERM4

Termination 4

1

 

282995

TERM5

Termination 5

2

 

283126

TERM6

Termination 6

2

 

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base shelter (3/5)

 

Code

Product name

Max.

Remarks

No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

 

per unit

Related

283358

HWY-MON20

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

frame

card 2M

 

(B/T-SHF)

481024

MON-MAIN

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

main board

 

481025

MON-SUB

Highway monitor

0

or 1

 

sub-board

 

283128-

RFSW

RF switch card

4

or 0

 

1B

 

283317-

FAN-BL (*1)

Fan blank card

   

1B

283274

CC-BL1 (*1)

Common control blank card 1

 

For CP and SDM

283275

CC-BL2 (*1)

Common control blank card 2

 

For ATM, and CLK

283373

PS1-BL (*1)

PS1 blank card

   

283359

HWY-BL (*1)

Highway blank

   

card

283276-

BB-BL1 (*1)

Base band blank card 1

 

For ASI, CHC and REP

1B

283277-

BB-BL2 (*1)

Base band blank card 2

 

For PS2

1B

283318

BB-BL3 (*1)

Base band blank card 3

 

For left block T- SHF (6 pieces)

283319

BB-BL4 (*1)

Base band blank card 4

 

For T-SHF center block (8 pieces)

283273-

TRX-BL (*1)

TRX blank card

7

 

1B

283236-

RFSW-BL (*1)

RF switch blank card

4

 

1B

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base shelter (4/5)

 

Code

Product name

Max.

Remarks

No.

   

installation

Abbreviation

Full name

 

per unit

Card

283342

CP

Central

2

Functions are

(B/T-SHF)

processing card

integrated with

CP+SV.

480926-

MAIN

Main card

2

 

1C

283343

SDM

System data

2

 

memory card

283127-

EIU

External interface

1

 

1B

unit card

480926-

MAIN

Main card (For EIU)

1

 

1A

480926-

 

1D

480920-

SUB-A

Sub-card A

1

 

1B

(EIU)

480921

SUB-B

Sub-card B

1

 

(EIU)

283345

ATM

ATM switch card

2

 

283223-

2.0M-HWY1

Highway card

2

or 0

 

1A

2.0M

 

480954-

HWY-MAIN

Highway main

2

or 0

 

1B

board

 

480956-

AAL-SUB2

AAL sub 2 card

2

or 0

 

1B

 

480985-

2.0M-SUB

Highway 2.0M

2

or 0

 

1B

sub-card

 

283346

CLK

Clock card

2

 

283347

ASI

ATM shelf

4

 

interface card

283348

CHC

Channel coding

20

 

card

283349

REP

Repeater card

4

 

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Table 1 Component list of Node B base shelter (5/5)

 

Code

Product name

Max.

 

Remarks

No.

   

installation

 

Abbreviation

Full name

per unit

Card

283350

TRX

Transmitter and

8

 

(B/T-SHF)

receiver card

480924

TRX CONT2

Transmitter and receiver control 2

8

 

283023-

RFU1

Radio unit card 1

8

 

1A

480925-

RF

Radio module

8

 

1A

283351

PS1

Power supply 1

2

CC

power

distribution panel

283125-

PS2

Power supply 2

4

BB

power

1B

distribution panel

Related

283304

AMP-SHF

Amplifier shelf

1

 

Shelf

         

(A-SHF)

283305

AMP FAN

Amplifier fan

1

 

283307

LPA-BL

Linear power

 

For

SCPA/MCPA

amplifier blank

 

card

283308

DUAMCO-BL

DUAMCO blank

   

card

Card

283311

AMP-SC

Control and monitor for AMP section

1

 

(A-SHF)

283310

SCPA (*2)

Single carrier

6

 

power amplifier

283355

MCPA (*2)

Multi carrier

6

 

power amplifier

(2 carriers)

283309

DUAMCO

DUAMCO

3

 

Others

180769

TTA

Tower top

3

 

amplifier

Notes:

1 In regard to the cards marked (*1), different card types are mounted, depending on the positions where the card are not mounted.

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2 In regard to the cards marked (*2), different card types are mounted, depending on the system configuration.

3 In the case of two values in the Max.installation per unit, the first value indicates default value.

3. GENERAL INFORMATION ON NODE B LED’S

Meanings of LEDs common to Node B are given below. All cards housed in Node B except for Node B shelter and filter box have LEDs to indicate their statuses.

• Green: Normal

• Red: Abnormal

• Orange: Status of the card other than the above

Detailed meanings of LEDs per card types are described in “Hardware Manual” .

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AMP-SC

AMP-SC

DDS-00B-1100-11 (E)-01 AMP-SC A M P - S C 1. AMP-SC This card is a control
DDS-00B-1100-11 (E)-01 AMP-SC A M P - S C 1. AMP-SC This card is a control

1.

AMP-SC

This card is a control supervisory card installed in Amplifier Shelf (A-SHF) and is available to supervise and control up to 6 Single Carrier Power Amplifier (SCPA) (or Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA)) and 3 Duplex Amplifier Multi-Coupler (DUAMCO) units and AMP FAN.

• Supervisory control function of SCPA/MCPA, DUAMCO and AMP FAN

• Function for communication with Central Processing (CP) card via the External Interface Unit (EIU) card of Node B at the V11 interface

• Function of downloading the contents of software in cards using software such as Amplifier Supervisory and Control (AMP-SC) and SCPA/MCPA

• Version management function that detects cards connected to (under) AMP-SC, types of units, information on software and hardware versions and reports them to Node B

The front face indicator and operation block of the AMP-SC card are shown in AMP-SC in “Hardware Manual”.

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DUAMCO

DUAMCO

DDS-00B-1200-11 (E)-01 DUAMCO D U A M C O 1. DUAMCO This card is a duplexer
DDS-00B-1200-11 (E)-01 DUAMCO D U A M C O 1. DUAMCO This card is a duplexer

1.

DUAMCO

This card is a duplexer & receiving amplifier mounted in Amplifier Shelf (A-SHF) of 2GHz band transceiver amplifier.

• Duplex Amplifier Multi-Coupler (DUAMCO) has the function of both Receiver Low-noise Amplifier (RX AMP) and Tower Top Amplifier Monitor (TTA-M).

• When operating DUAMCO by connecting directly with antenna without using Tower Top Amplifier (TTA), set the MODE switch in the front of DUAMCO to the RX AMP side. In this case, the direct current power for TTA is cut.

The front face indicator and operation block of the DUAMCO card are shown in DUAMCO in “Hardware Manual”.

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TTA

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1300-11 (E)-01 TTA T T A 1. TTA Tower Top Amplifier (TTA) is an outdoor
A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1300-11 (E)-01 TTA T T A 1. TTA Tower Top Amplifier (TTA) is an outdoor

1.

TTA

Tower Top Amplifier (TTA) is an outdoor receiving amplifier mounted directly under an antenna. TTA has two systems of circuit, one for system 0 and one for system 1, to correspond to diversities (a receiving diversity and sending/receiving diversity). TTA is connected to the Duplex Amplifier Multi- Coupler (DUAMCO) of a sending/receiving amplification part (AMP part) installed in an office through a cable. TTA amplifies the received signal from an antenna to a default value of the electric power to send it out to DUAMCO, and sends out the sending signal sent from DUAMCO side to the antenna.

• TTA provides Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) to amplify a received signal from an antenna to a default value of the electric power.

• TTA considers the amplification element in LNA as parallel configuration, it enables to continue the operation and even if abnormalities occur in one side.

• TTA provides a sending/receiving frequency shared device that carries out de-multiplex and multiplex of a sending/receiving radio frequency signal, and a receiving filter.

• TTA has the function that separates the supply power for LNA that is superimposed on the electric supply line and supplies the power to LNA.

• TTA can superimpose the monitor signals about a functional degradation and failure of LNA on an electric supply line and output it, and to communicate with DUAMCO.

• TTA can bypass a received signal at the time of LNA failure.

• LNA mounts PS-LED (Green) showing the power supply being supplied, and ALM-LED (Red) showing a malfunction.

• TTA can prevent from the thunder serge current that flows in through an electric supply line by the protection circuit etc.

• TTA equips the grounding terminal for a case ground.

• TTA has the structure that fully considered outdoor installation environment and heat dissipation (should be the respiratory hole structure).

• TTA has a maintainable front door or an equivalent functional structure. Moreover, it is coped with by the clasp etc. in the case of opening a door for safety reservation of work.

• LNA is the individual unit, and able to install and remove easily if opening the door of TTA and to replace if a failure occurs. Moreover, it can be replaced without affecting a transmission system and other LNAs.

The outside view of TTA are shown in TTA in “Hardware Manual”.

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SCPA

SCPA

DDS-00B-1400-11 (E)-01 SCPA S C P A 1. SCPA Single Carrier Power Amplifier (SCPA) is used
DDS-00B-1400-11 (E)-01 SCPA S C P A 1. SCPA Single Carrier Power Amplifier (SCPA) is used

1.

SCPA

Single Carrier Power Amplifier (SCPA) is used in the Node B equipment of the 2GHz CDMA radio system, and amplifies a CDMA modulation wave to a desirable level for output with a low degree of distortion.

SCPA consists of the following parts: the main amplification part amplifying a W-CDMA signal to a desirable level for output; the error amplification part amplifying an error signal to a desirable level; the delay line and delay filter part suppressing an error by combining the delay of a W-CDMA signal with that of an error signal; the pilot signaling part and feed-forward part for carrying out feed-forward control; and the power supply part.

The front face indicator and operation block of SCPA card are shown in SCPA in “Hardware Manual”.

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MCPA

MCPA

DDS-00B-1500-11 (E)-01 MCPA M C P A 1. MCPA Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) is used
DDS-00B-1500-11 (E)-01 MCPA M C P A 1. MCPA Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) is used

1.

MCPA

Multi Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) is used in the Node B equipment of the 2GHz CDMA radio system, and amplifies up to three CDMA modulation waves to a desirable level for output with a low degree of distortion.

The front face indicator and operation block of MCPA card are shown in MCPA in “Hardware Manual”.

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CP

CP

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1600-11 (E)-01 CP C P 1. CP Major functions are listed below. • Provides Initial
A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1600-11 (E)-01 CP C P 1. CP Major functions are listed below. • Provides Initial

1.

CP

Major functions are listed below.

• Provides Initial Program Load (IPL) function.

• Provides communication function with maintenance tool.

• Provides application program memory area and system operation data area.

(CP unit: Call processing function unit)

Provides function of exercising control on resource management of channel in Node B, call origination/ termination control, etc. from Radio Network Controller (RNC).

(SV unit: Maintenance supervision function unit)

Provides state management and state control functions of all cards mounted on Node B.

• Provides function of setting up to 6 IP addresses for Operation and Maintenance Center (OMC) and maintenance supervision control signal.

• Provides time stamp function synchronized with OMC.

• Provides function of storing control history, state change history, and traffic data of all cards in Node B in built-in memory (80M Byte or greater) located in External Interface Function Unit (EIU) in chronological order.

• Provides ON/OFF control function of station control output line of EIU.

The front face indicator and operation block of the CP card are shown in CP in “Hardware Manual”.

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SDM

SDM

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1700-11 (E)-01 SDM S D M 1. SDM • Provides nonvolatile memory of storing application
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1.

SDM

• Provides nonvolatile memory of storing application program, macro program, system parameter, operation information, and firmware (maker-specific) read by the card in the unit at the time of startup.

• Provides common memory function (global memory) of storing all data passed at the time of occurrence of current/spare switching of Central Processing (CP) card.

• Provides timer function (global timer) used by CP card.

The front face indicator and operation block of the System Data Memory (SDM) card are shown in SDM in “Hardware Manual”.

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EIU

EIU

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1800-11 (E)-01 EIU E I U 1. EIU • Provides Amplifier Interface (AMP-INF) with
A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1800-11 (E)-01 EIU E I U 1. EIU • Provides Amplifier Interface (AMP-INF) with

1.

EIU

• Provides Amplifier Interface (AMP-INF) with Amplifier Supervisory and Control (AMP- SC) (mounted on Amplifier Shelf (A-SHF) for basic frame and add-on frame).

• Provides a station facility interface and a functions of controlling and supervising station facility by maintenance supervision control. Control port: 8 ports, supervision port: 24 ports.

• Provides serial output and 100 Base Ethernet as external terminal interface.

• Provides debugger function (macro trace).

• Provides a Personal Computer Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA) slot to update system data. (For how to update files, see File Update.)

Table 1 provides External Interface Unit (EIU) interfaces.

Table 1 EIU interfaces

Name

Function overview

TTA-INTF

TTA-INTF provides a function of connecting Duplex Amplifier Multi- Coupler (DUAMCO) to transmit and receive supervision control signals.

AMP-SC-INTF

AMP-SC-INTF provides a function of connecting AMP-SC to transmit and receive supervision control signals.

The front face indicator and operation block of the EIU card are shown in EIU in “Hardware Manual”.

Fig.1 shows the FUNC switch number.

FUNC Switch No. 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
FUNC
Switch No.
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ON

Fig. 1 FUNC Switch Number

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FUNC switches 1-3 specify the type of files to be transferred. Table 2 shows the setting pattern of FUNC switches 1-3 and the file type corresponding to the setting.

Table 2 Description of FUNC SWs 1 to 3

FILE TYPE

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

1

2

3

CP-CNT

ON

ON

ON

Office Data

ON

OFF

ON

Vendor Peculiar Firmware

OFF

OFF

ON

All Files

-

-

OFF

FUNC switch 4 specifies whether verification after file transfer is performed or not. Table 3 shows the setting pattern of FUNC switch 4 and the functions corresponding to the setting.

Table 3 Description of FUNC SW 4

VERIFICATION

SWITCH 4

Performed

ON

Not Performed

OFF

FUNC switch 5 specifies the side of System Data Memory (SDM) (i.e. N or E). Table 4 shows the setting pattern of FUNC switch 5 and the side of SDM corresponding to the setting.

Table 4 Description of FUNC SW5

 

SIDE OF SDM

SWITCH 5

N

(Normal)

ON

E

(Emergency)

OFF

FUNC switches 6-8 specify the direction of data transfer (i.e. load or save), executing the file verification between stored one in PC card and stored one in the SDM, or PC card removing. Table 5 shows the setting pattern of FUNC switches 6-8 and the functions corresponding to the setting.

Table 5 Description of FUNC SWs 6 to 8

TRANSFERRED FILE TYPE

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

6

7

8

Load (from PC card to SDM)

ON

ON

ON

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Table 5 Description of FUNC SWs 6 to 8

TRANSFERRED FILE TYPE

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

6

7

8

Save (from SDM to PC card)

OFF

ON

ON

Executing File Verification

ON

OFF

ON

PC card removing

-

-

OFF

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ATM

ATM

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1900-11 (E)-01 ATM A T M 1. ATM • Provides Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) bus
A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-1900-11 (E)-01 ATM A T M 1. ATM • Provides Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) bus

1.

ATM

• Provides Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) bus control in frame and Universal Test and Operation Physical Layer Protocol Interface for ATM (UTOPIA) bus control function in common shelf.

• Provides function of setting path of traffic channel for every call.

• Provides ATM cell monitor function.

• Provides function of supervising UTOPIA bus connection card packaging in the shelf.

• Provides function of mounting Power Supply (PS) card in the shelf and supervising ALM.

• Provides function of mounting FAN panel and supervising ALM.

• Provides function of multiplexing and relaying baseband clock.

The front face indicator and operation block of the ATM card are shown in ATM in “Hardware Manual”.

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HWY

HWY

A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-2000-11 (E)-01 HWY H W Y 1. HWY Provides electrical interface (2M) function of
A50016-G5000-G216-1-7620 DDS-00B-2000-11 (E)-01 HWY H W Y 1. HWY Provides electrical interface (2M) function of

1.

HWY

Provides electrical interface (2M) function of transmission path establishing a link between Node B and Radio Network Controller (RNC).

Provides function of detecting an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) cell in downlink transmission path and transmitting each card using a bus in Node B unit.

Provides function of restricting bandwidth of ATM cells from each card by signal type and transmitting the cells to a transmission path.

• Accommodated line number per Highway (HWY) card for each transmission path interface is as follows.

• 2M HWY (E1) interface: 3 lines Connection between 2M HWY and BNC has impedances of 120