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GSM RBS 2111 Main Remote

Product presentation
Vietnam May 2007
RBS 2111
Macro Main-Remote BTS – for low to medium capacity

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RBS 2111 highlights
 Distributed architecture
 Macro coverage
 Full outdoor base station
 Silent operation
 Significant reduction of site installation costs
 Low power consumption
 Full GSM feature support

Cost-effective coverage

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Traffic vs. RBS positioning
Example taken from real operator case
Traffic
Macro – initial deployment phase
- High scalability and capacity

Main-Remote – second wave


of traffic in 10% of sites

- Small foot-print, easy installation

Macro or Main-Remote – rural areas


- Carry-to-site
- Self-contained solution
50%
30%

15% 4% 1%
10% 10% 30% 30% 20% Sites
How to optimize for Total Cost of Ownership
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Operator challenges
for low to medium capacity radio sites

1. Locating suitable radio sites


2. Reducing site construction costs
3. Ensuring future-proof investments
4. Simplifying complex network
rollouts
5. Reducing OPEX margins

RBS 2111 - solving today’s challenges

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Macro Main-Remote RBS 2111

1. Complete RBS with no footprint


2. Main-Remote with macro RF
performance
3. EDGE evolution prepared
4. Easy installation
5. Low site power consumption

Performance, Simplicity, Reduced TCO

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What makes the difference?
RBS 2111 vs. traditional Macro outdoor or in shelter

 Units can be carried by hand


 Low site rental cost
 Less visibility & Silent
 Less load on roof
 No air conditioning
 No crane required
 Minimum space required
 No footprint

Performance, Simplicity, Reduced TCO

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RBS 2111 Site application examples

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Rooftop Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Minimum load on roof


 Carry-to-site equipment
 Easier site acquisition

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Rural Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Macro coverage
 No feeder attenuation
 Low power consumption
 Easy civil works

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Highway Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Street light pole mounting


 High output power
 Low power consumption
 Easy civil works

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Village Remote Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Inexpensive coverage/
capacity
 Fast rollout
 Low power consumption
 Easy civil works

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Public Indoor Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Requires only small


equipment space
 High output power
 Low power consumption

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Fill-in capacity / Temporary hotspot

RBS 2111 advantages:


 Lightweight RBS
 Compact RBS
 High output power
 Low power consumption

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Street level DAS Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Compact RBS
 High output power
 Low power consumption

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Green Autonomy Site

RBS 2111 advantages:

 Low power consumption


 High output power

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RBS 2111 - Facts

RBS 2111 - Facts

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RBS 2111 – Main-Remote concept
 Remote Radio Unit (RRU)
– 2 TRX capacity
– 43 dBm at antenna

 Main Unit (MU):


– Transmission and control functions
– Up to three RRU capacity
– TG synch for larger configurations
– Optical fiber to RRU up to 500 m

 Power supply options:


– DC with power/battery cabinet
– AC with optional UPS

RBS 2111 - Facts

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RBS 2111 – Main Unit
 Physical size
– 381x483x102 mm (HxWxD)
– 10 kg
 Power requirements
– -48V DC (-34 to -57.6 VDC)
or 90-275 VAC
– 27 watts
 Transmission
– 2 E1 with Multi-drop
 Capacity
– 1 - 3 RRU
 Temp
– -33C to +50C
RBS 2111 - Facts

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RBS 2111 – Remote Radio Unit
 Physical size
– 656x423x300 mm (HxWxD)
– 35 kg
 Power requirements
– -48V DC (-34 to -57.6 VDC)
or 110-270 VAC
– 200 watts
 RF performance
– P-GSM 900 or GSM 1800
– TX 43 dBm
– RX sensitivity –110.5 dBm
 Capacity
– 2 TRX
 Temp
– -33C to +50C
RBS 2111 - Facts

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Fewer cables...
 Antenna feeder

 Power to MU & RRU

 Optic cable
(20/50/100/500m)

 E1 Transmission

RBS 2111 - Facts

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RBS 2111 DC power options
 Both MU and RRU support use of
nominal -48V DC power
– Can manage -34VDC to -57.6VDC
 Standard battery back up
systems can be used
– Outdoor PBC-02
– Indoor PBC-04 & 3PP Power
– New outdoor site support cabinet
(under development)

Opto

DC DC

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RBS 2111 with PBC-02

Outdoor Power and Battery system:


 Main unit and up to 2 additional
battery units (max 65 Ah)
 Back-up time: Up to ~4h
 Wall or pole mounting
 Size: 450 x 220 x 570 mm per unit
 Temp: +45C

4 x –48 Binary Alarms,


VDC 1 In, 1 Out
90-275 VAC In

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RBS 2111 with new site support cabinet
 New outdoor main-remote site support
cabinet planned, based on BBS 2116

 Power and battery backup system with

RRU

RRU
space inside for 2 Main Units and 3U

RRU

RRU
RRU

RRU
space for transmission units -48VDC Cable (6)

Optical Cable (3)


Optical Cable (3)

 Option of another 4U transmission


space if Main Units are outside Battery back-up

 Typical maximum battery backup time


PBC-04+
(200 Ah battery capacity): TM
TG-Sync

– Up to 10 hours for 3x2 RBS 2111 Batt./TM


MU MU

– Up to 5 hours for 3x4 RBS 2111 Battery


-48VDC Cable (2)
MU
AC
 Planned availability Sept 2007 Transmission

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Optional AC Power UPS System
UPS - Uninterrupted Power Supply

 Dimension (HxWxD): 1600×725×800 mm


 Weight: 230kg (without batteries)
 Battery Capacity: 6x170AH
 Environmental: IP55
 Operating Temperature: -33~50°
 Back-up time: 4-8 hours
 Prepared for transmission equipment

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RBS 2111 - Economics

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RBS 2111 in the TCO model
 True Rural and Network

Suburban Coverage General


Operations
Expense
Site
Rental

Parameters

 Most Cost Efficient


Operations &
Power
Maintenance

 Less site equipment


RND / Site Transmission Spares/Support
Configurations Opex Training
Bill
of
Quantity
Transmission
Capital Transmission
Dimensioning
Expenditure Equipment

 Lower site rental Pricing GSM


Civil Works
O&M / NRO Equipment

 Lower power Dimensioning


Site
NRO
Equipment
consumption
 Ready simple site
Network Operations Expense
+ Depreciation
Total Cost of Ownership

solutions
 Faster Network Roll out
RBS 2111 - Economics

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Site Cost comparison
-Urban Rooftop 3x2 configuration

Site service
 Total cost reduction Antenna system
Site euqipment
 Site Services down >75% RBS HW+SW

 Total CAPEX down >50%

Traditional Macro in shelter Traditional Macro outdoor RBS 2111

RBS 2111 - Economics

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Power consumption cut by half
- Macro 3x2 vs. RBS 2111

 Same conditions
 Same capacity
 Same coverage

Traditional outdoor Macro RBS 2111


RBS 2111 - Economics

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Link budget (example)
- RBS 2111 has macro coverage Macro
BTS downlink 2111 BTS
BTS Power (dBm) 43 46

 Rural deployment Feeder loss (dB)


Jumper loss (dB)
0
0,5
2,5
0,5
TMA loss (dB) 0 0,5
 900 MHz TX Antenna Gain (dBi) 17 17
MS receiver sensitivity (dBm) -104 -104
 40 meter tower Max downlink Path loss (dB) 163,5 163,5

 Sector antenna BTS uplink


MS output power (dBm) 33 33

 Uncombined mode MS power offset


RX diversity Gain (dB)
0
3,5
0
3,5
Feeder + Jumper loss (dB) 0,5 0
 TMA RX Antenna Gain (dBi) 17 17
BTS Receiver sensitivity (dBm) -110,5 -111,0
Max uplink Path loss (dB) 163,5 164,5

Lp Max Path loss min(UL:DL) 163,5 163,5


RBS 2111 provides same
coverage as Traditional Macro BTS Cell Range (km) 17,1 17,1

RBS 2111 - Economics

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RBS 2111 Summary

 Main-remote concept
 Premium performance
 Reduced size and weight
 High output power
 Low power consumption
 No fans or moving parts
 Reduced site costs

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MHGA Antenna
Product overview

MHGA ”Standard” antenna


Gain 18 dBi
Gain 23 dBi

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MHGA Benefits
Increased coverage up to 60%

18 dBi 21 dBi 23 dBi

Example of increased Antenna Coverage Rel. coverage


coverage over flat ground in gain [dBi] (km2) (%)
GSM 900 18 716 100
21 995 140
23 1149 160

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Supported configurations
1x2 Highway (1x2)
Antenna
Antennas

RRU RRU

AC and Y-link AC and Y-link

MU UPS MU UPS

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Supported configurations 2
2x2 3x2

Antennas Antennas

RRU

RRU

AC and Y-link
AC and Y-link

MU UPS
MU UPS

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Supported configurations 3
1x4 1x6

Antennas

Antennas

RRU

RRU

AC and Y-link
AC and Y-link

MU UPS
MU UPS

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RBS 2111 with TG synch

 Enables larger configurations to be supported

 By using TG synch between each RBS 2111


configurations of up to 16 RBS 2111 sites can be
synchronized (theoretically up to 3x30 or 1x90)

 3x4 is supported by two RBS 2111 and TG synch.


Max configuration for one RBS 2111 is still 3x2

 Possibile to synchronize RBS 2111 with RBS 2111


or any other RBS 2000

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RBS 2111 with TG synch
 For configurations larger than 3x2 additional RBS 2111 have to be used, with each MU
interconnected by the TG synch cable. Each MU supports up to 3 RRU.

 For example, if a RBS 2111 site with 3x4 configuration shall be configured:
– Two RBS 2111 have to be ordered, with each RBS 2111 including one MU and three RRU.
The MUs are interconnected wih a TG synch cable and multi-drop functionality used for the
E1 transmission connection.

3x2 configuration 3x4 configuration

TG sync cable

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Upgrade 3x2 RBS 2111 site to 3x4, example 1
 Example how to expand a new 3x2 RBS 2111 site that supports TG synch to 3x4
by using two RBS 2111 and TG synch
1. Order a new RBS 2111 including: one MU, three RRU and a TG synch cable
2. Install the new RBS 2111 and connect the TG synch cable between the two MUs

RBS 2111 3x2 site RBS 2111 3x4 site


(one RBS 2111) (two RBS 2111)
Add RBS 2111

From 3x2 to 3x4

MU supporting
TG synch Add TG
sync cable

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Upgrade 3x2 RBS 2111 site to 3x4, example 2
 Example how to expand an existing 3x2 RBS 2111 site that does not support TG
synch to 3x4 by using two RBS 2111 and TG synch
1. Swap the existing MU to a new MU with TG sync support
 Move the swapped MU with no TG synch support to a low capacity site
 The existing RRUs can continue to be used
2. Order a new RBS 2111 including: one MU, three RRU and a TG synch cable
3. Install the new RBS 2111 and connect the TG synch cable between the two MUs
RBS 2111site not supporting TG synch From 3x2 to 3x4 RBS 2111site supporting TG synch

Add RBS 2111

Re-use the same RRU

Re-use the MU in a new low capacity


site and order new RRU

New
MU not supporting MU
TG synch Add TG
sync cable

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RBS 2111 TG synch with Macro

 Add capacity in
existing Macro with
RBS 2111

TG sync cable

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End Appendix:
- Basic configurations
- Configurations with TG synch
- Site examples

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