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BSCB

Hardware Installation
Documentation

Prepared by,

S.Selvapriyan,

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Telecom Engineer,
Tamilnadu Circle,
Mob: +91 – 9842706562
Email: selvapriyan@gmail.com

INDEX

1. BSCB Z7 MODEL IN HUBLI

2. BSCB SWITCHING RACKS MOUNTING

3. SERVER RACK

4. POWER SYSTEM INSTALLATION

4.1. DC POWER SUPPLYFOR BSCB

4.2. AC POWER SUPPLYFOR SERVER

5. GROUNDING SYSTEM

6. INTERNAL CABLE CONNECTIONS


.
6.1 FRONT BOARD CONNECTION

GLIQV- UIMU CONNECTIONS

6.2 REAR BOARD CONNECTIONS

6.2.1 CLOCK CABLE CONNECTION


6.2.2 RCHUB DISTRIIBUTION
6.2.3 GPS 8K CABLE CONNECTION
6.2.4 GPS PP2S & 16 CHIP CLOCK CABLE
6.2.5 LINE 8K CABLE CONNECTION
6.2.6 RS 485 CABLE
6.2.7 PDSN – BSCB CONNECTION
6.2.8 BSCB – SERVER CONNECTION
6.2.9 CROSS CABINET PWRD 485 CABLE
7. DDF INSTALLATION

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8. GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION

8.1 MAKING PRIMARY FEEDER CABLE CONNECTOR


8.2 GPS ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS
8.3 GPS FEEDER CABLE SPECIFICATION
8.4 LIGHTNING ARRESTER REQUIREMENTS
8.5 GPS GROUNDING CONNECTOR

9. MBTS – INTRODUCTION

10. RBTS - INTRODUCTION

11. POWER CABLE AND GROUNDING CABLE

12. MBTS – RBTS CONNECTION

12. BALUN CIRCUIT

13. DIP SWITCH SETTINGS

14. ZTE ODF

15. RJ 45 CONNECTOR

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1. BSCB Z7 MODEL IN HUBLI

2.Cabinet Mount:

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3.Server Cabinet :

4. POWER SYSTEM INSTALLATION


BSC has two types of power supplies such as:

 -48 V DC supply for the BSC and alarm box


 220 V AC supply for server, router, Ethernet switch, and background terminals.

MCBs OF SERVER:

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This is the power module of BSCB Server. It consists of two sets of MCBs. Each set
having ten MCBs. The rating of the first MCBs on either side is 32 amps. The rating
of the remaining MCBs are 10 amps.

Olive green – Ground


Blue- Neutral
Brown: Phase or Line

4.1 AC SUPPLY FOR SERVER:

Power cables from server cabinet to AC distribution cabinet are 3-core fire-resistant
cables.

Three cores are brown, blue and black respectively with a cross-sectional area of 4 mm2
each.

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4.2 CONNECTION OF DC POWER CABLE TO BSCB:

1. For easy connection of power cable and grounding cable, designing of each BSC
cabinet is -48 V leading-in box, installed at top of cabinet.

2. BSCB switching rack has 1+1 redundancy for -48V supply.

3. Supply -48 V from DC power cabinet to power distribution plug-in box through filter
at top of cabinet. Power module processes it and supplies to each plug-in box through
busbar. -48 V DC power cable is available in 25 and 16 mm2 versions.

4. Use 25 mm2 cable Appearance of power cable is be either blue or black. Connect blue
one to -48 V DC, and black one to -48 V GND.

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TTSL DCDB:

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5. GROUNDING SYSTEM:

1. BSC Grounding
Connect grounding terminal (PE) at top of cabinet to grounding busbar using 35 mm2
stranded copper wire.

Routing of Power cable and grounding cable:

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The grounding cable from BSCB is connected to Indoor Grounding Busbar (IGB).

6.BSCB INTERNAL CABLE CONNECTIONS:

1.FRONT BOARD CONNECTION:


2.REAR BOARD CONNECTION

6.1 FRONT BOARD CONNECTIONS:

Optical fiber is used as Media Stream for connecting all the resource shelves.

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GLIQV- UIMU CONNECTIONS:

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UIMU – GLIQV CONNECTION

UIMU1 GLIQV GLIQV


UIMU9 0

RX RX TX TX

TX TX RX RX

RX RX SD1 SD1

TX TX TX TX

RX RX
SD2 SD2

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6.2 REAR BOARD CONNECTION:

Ethernet cable is used as Control stream in the rear board side.

6.2.1 CLOCK CABLE DISTRIBUTION:

The system clock cable provides the connection of clock signals (8 K, 16 M and PP2S)
from the Clock Generator (CLKG) board to the Universal Interface Module (UIM)
board, to implement system clock distribution. Each system clock cable distributes
the clock signals to six UIM boards in three resource plug-in boxes.

END A END B
BOARD NAME RCLKG RUIM1, RUIM2, RUIM3
PORT NAME CLKOUT CLKIN
CONNECTOR NAME DB 44 DB9

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CLKOUT from RCLKG towards
CLKIN in all the Rear board UIMU &
UIMC.

6.2.2 RCUB DISTRIBUTION:

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ENDA ENDB
BOARD NAME REAR BOARD OF OMP UIMU
(RMPB)
PORT NAME RCHUB FE C1/2((MASTER &
SLAVE)

RCHUB CONNECTOR:

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Label End B1

Label End B2

Label End B3

Label End B4
Label

Label End B5

Label End B6
End A

Label End B7

Label
End B8

6.2.3 GPS 8K CLOCK CABLE

The GPS 8 K clock cable sends the 8 K reference clock signals of GPS module to the
CLKG for phase locking.

The cable is a 4-core single-strand round wire. Both ends of cable are 8P8C straight
cable crimping shielding connectors.

End A is plugging to the position mark with G C M 8 K on the backplane of GCM


plug-in box, and End B is plugging to the position mark with 8 K I N 2 on the
RCKG1.

ENDA ENDB
BOARD NAME REAR BOARD OF GCM RCLKG1
PORT NAME GCM 8K 8K IN2

6.2.4 GPS PP2S&16CHIP CLOCK CABLE

The GPS PP2S and 16CHIP clock cable of GCM connects the PP2S and 16CHIP clock
signals of CLKG. The cable is a 4-core single-strand round wire. Both ends of cable
are 8P8C straight cable crimping shielding connectors.

End A is plugging to the position mark with GCMCLK0 or GCMCLK1 on the GCM and
End B is plugging to the position marked with PP2S/16CHIP on the RCKG2.

ENDA ENDB
BOARD NAME REAR BOARD OF GCM RCLKG1
PORT NAME GCM CLK0 (OR) GCM PP2S/16 CHIP

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CLK1

6.2.5 LINE 8K CABLE:

The line 8 K clock cable sends the 8 K reference clock signals extracting from the line
to the CLKG for phase locking

The cable is a 4-core single-strand round wire. Both ends of cable are 8P8C straight
cable crimping shielding connectors, that is, RJ45 connector.

End A is plugging to the position marked with 8 K O U T / D E B U G - 2 3 2 on the Rear Card of


DTB (RDTB) or the position marked with 8 K O U T / A R M 2 3 2 on the Rear Card of Multi-
service Network Interface Card (RMNIC). End B is plugging to the position marked with
8 K I N 1 on the RCKG1.

END A ENDB
BOARD NAME RDTB (OR) RMNIC RCLKG1
PORT NAME 8KOUT/DEBUG-232 (OR) 8KIN1
8KOUT/ARM-232

6.2.6 RS 485 CABLE:

RS485 cable includes PWRD 485, and GPS 485 cable.


PWRD 485 cable

This cable connects the OMP board to the PWRD 485, in order to monitor the
environment of cabinet.

Both ends of the cable are 8P8C straight crimping shielded connectors.

End A is plugging to the position mark with P D 4 8 5 on the Rear Board of MP (RMPB)
board, and End B is plugging to the position mark with R S 4 8 5 on the back of power
distribution plug-in box.

ENDA ENDB
BOARD NAME RMPB (REAR BOARD OF POWER MODULE
OMP)
PORT NAME PD 485 RS 485

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GPS 485 cable
GPS 485 cable connects the OMP to GPS module.
Both ends of cable are 8P8C straight crimping shield connectors.
End A is plugging to the position mark with G P S 4 8 5 on the Rear Board of MP
(RMPB) board, and End B is plugging to the position mark with R S 4 8 5 on the
backplane of GCM plug-in box.

ENDA ENDB
BOARD NAME RMPB (REAR BOARD OF REAR BOARD OF GCM
OMP)
PORT NAME GPS 485 RS 485

6.2.7 PDSN – BSCB

BOARD NAME: RMNIC (REAR BOARD OF IPCF)


PORT NAME: FE1

6.2.8 BSCB- SERVER:

BOARD NAME: RMPB (REAR BOARD OF OMP)


PORT NAME: OMC2

6.2.9 CONNECTING CROSS-CABINET PWRD485 MONITORING CABLE


System is expands, BSC cabinet cannot accommodate all plug-in boxes, and one or
more BSC cabinets connecting the PWRD485 monitoring cables.

Open the back door of cabinet, Top of cabinet is PWRDB connector board. The board
has two PWRD 485 interfaces for connecting various cabinets.

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RS485 RS485 RS485
X2 X2 X2
Rack1 Rack2 Rackn

X4 X4 X4

RS485 RS485 RS485

OMP

The monitoring cable is a common straight-through network cable.

NOTE:

RGIM is the rear board of SDTB.


RMPB is the rear board of OMP.
RCLKG1, RCLKG2 are the rear boards of CLKG.
RMNIC is the rear board of IPCF
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7. ZTE DDF:

7.1 DDF Mounting: FRONT VIEW

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7.2 DDF MOUNTING: BACK VIEW

8. GPS CABLE INSTALLATION

8.1 MAKING PRIMARY FEEDER CABLE CONNECTORS:


GPS feeder made of a Φ9, 1/2" or 7/8" coaxial cable.

Before installing the feeder, cut a cable of appropriate length according to the site condition and make its
connectors.

Perform following steps to make feeder connectors:

0 Stripping
Strip GPS feeder to expose 16.7 mm of shielding layer and then strip shielding
layer to expose 6.2 mm of core.

6. 2
16. 7

Unit: mm

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Put nut, crimping tube, and bush of GPS feeder connector on the cable, and then place
pins of connector vertically on crimper.

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3. Welding core:
Put solder wires into the pin and melt the solder wires with an electronic iron. Then,
insert cable cores into the welded solder wires, to finish welding of pins and cable
cores. Shielding layer of cable opened and covered on the bush.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1. Pin 2. Solder paste 3. Cable core 4.Insulation washer 5. Bush


6. Cable shielding 7. Crimping tube 8. Nut 9. Cable

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8.2 GPS ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS

Install GPS antenna in open sky with wide view, to ensure that it can trace as many
satellites as possible. Do not install GPS antenna under microwave antenna, high-
voltage lines, and television-transmitting tower or within the radiation range of the
main lobe of a mobile system antenna.

GPS antenna is mounting on a tower or roof.

1. Tower mounted GPS antenna.

Install GPS antenna in lightning protection area at 45º on the lower part of tower, no
more than five meters above ground. Fix pole of GPS antenna at horizontal distance of 30
cm from tower.

8.3 GPS FEEDERS SPECIFICATION


Use feeders of different specifications depending upon the actual length of GPS
feeder.

1. Use Φ9 feeder if length of GPS feeder is less than 80 m.


2. Use 1/2" feeder if length of GPS feeder is less than 100 m.
3. Use 7/8" feeder if length of GPS feeder is more than 100 m.

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8.4 LIGHTNING ARRESTER REQUIREMENTS
Install lightening arrester between the GPS antenna and BSC cabinet. Lightening
arrester consists of Two-ends.

One end is calls device and other ends antenna. The device end is connecting to the
N-type double-male conversion connector through BSC cabinet.

The other end antenna is connecting to the N-type double-female conversion


connector through GPS antenna.

8.5 GPS GROUNDING CONNECTOR:

The GPS grounding kit is connecting to the outdoor grounding copper busbar with the
grounding cable of six mm2.

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9. MBTS:

9.1 INTRODUCTION:

In remote regions that need wide coverage and only have a small number of users, the
application of high-capacity macro BTS cannot put the equipment into full play, and
furthermore, the equipment room environment in remote regions can hardly meet the
requirements of macro BTS. To satisfy the market needs, ZTE CORPORATION develops
ZXCBTS CDMA micro base transceiver station and remote station products.

MBTS:

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9.2 Specification of the MBTS:
1. Dimensions of a single cabinet: The dimensions of the integrated equipment (height ×
width × depth): 630mm × 400mm × 285mm.

The internal design capacity is about 580mm × 396mm × 200mm.

2. Weight of a single shelf: About 37kg.

3. 220V AC power, with a power supply range: 150VAC~300VAC;


Power Consumption: 370W

4. -48V DC power, with a power


Supply range:-40VDC~-57VDC
Power Consumption: 370W

5. The grounding resistance of the shelf should be less than or equal to five ohms.

6. Operating temperature: -30°C ~+55°C;


Storage temperature: -40°C ~+75°C;

1. Relative humidity: 5%~98%.

8. Requirement for the noise figure of a micro-BTS:


Noise figure of a micro-BTS: ≤ -55dB.

10. RBTS:

1. A ZXCBTS CDMA remote station does not have the TFS and BDS. To form a
ZXCBTS CDMA remote station, just replace the BDM with an RFM.
Clock for RBTS:
The clock of a remote station is optically transmitted to the RFM board of the remote
station via an OIM sub-board inserted on the BDM. The RFM board needs a phase lock
loop to convert the 16CHIP digital clock transmitted via fiber to the 12M analog signal,
in order to provide the RF part with a local oscillation signal.

11. POWER CABLE AND GROUNDING CABLE:

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Grounding terminal No. Color of Core Power Polarity
1 Blue -48V
2 Red -48V
3 Black -48VGND
4 Yellowish green -48VGND

Power cables should be arranged in order. If the power cables are distributed in parallel
with E1 signal lines, a horizontal space of 200mm is required between them.

BOTTOM VIEW OF MBTS:

Fiber cable toards RBTS

Power supply

E1 cable towards Balun Circuit

BOTTOM VIEW OF RBTS:

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GROUNDING FOR MBTS:

The PGND cable of the micro-BTS adopts the olivine or yellow copper-core cable with
the cross-section area of 16 mm2, which is connected to the indoor PGND copper
busbar reliably.

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12. CONNECTION BETWEEN MBTS AND RBTS:

BDM BOARD OF MBTS:

OIM BOARD

One end of the fiber cable is connected to OIM Board in MBTS and another
end is connected to RFM Board in RBTS.

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RFS BOARD OF RBTS

RFM BOARD

13.BALUN CIRCUIT:
The Impedance of the MBTS is 75 ohm. The Impedance of the BSCB is 120
ohm.

Balun circuit is used to convert 75 ohm into 120 ohm. End A is connected to MBTS. End
B (RJ 45connector) is connected to ZTE DDF.

Towards DDF

Towards MBTS

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E1 Cable:

We are using the RJ 45 Connector to connect the E1 cable from MBTS to DDF through
BALUN circuit. In RJ 45 connector,

1,2 - TX
4,5 - Rx

This pair is one E1 cable.

14. DIP SWITCH:

Set the PATH ID by setting the DIPswitch on the BDM based on the E1 cable connections
with the CDSU of the BSC. Please refer the following diagram for setting the DIP switch.

ON
OFF

4 PATH_ID3
3 PATH_ID2
2 PATH_ID1
1 PATH_ID0

ON
When PATH_ID=1, the DIP switch is set as:
OFF

ON
When PATH_ID=5, the DIP switch is set as: OFF

INDICATOR:

If E1 is through, HL3 Indicator in MBTS will be in off position.

The first E1 On: out of synchronization; off: synchronization


HL3 Yellow Off
synchronization indicator Off: Indicates the first E1 is connected.

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15.ZTE ODF:

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FC connector
AT BSCB end

SC connector
AT ODF end
CCONNCO

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