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Alcatel-Lucent 9326
digital 2U Node B | V7.1
Technical Description

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Contents

About this document


Purpose

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Reason for revision

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New in this release

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Intended audience

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Supported systems

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How to use this document ........................................................................................................................................................... xx


Prerequisites ..................................................................................................................................................................................... xx
Conventions used

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Related information ....................................................................................................................................................................... xx


Document support

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Technical support .......................................................................................................................................................................... xi


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How to order ................................................................................................................................................................................... xi
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How to comment ........................................................................................................................................................................... xi
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Roadmap to Distributed Base Stations documentation


Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
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Roadmap to Distributed Base Stations documentation

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UTRAN introduction
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1
UTRAN introduction ................................................................................................................................................................ 2-2
2-2

9326 d2U basic characteristics


Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
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9326 d2U introduction

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3-2

9326 d2U features and functions .......................................................................................................................................... 3-4


9326 d2U external interfaces
9326 d2U optional features

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3-6

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3-7

9326 d2U physical and environmental characteristics


4

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9326 d2U hardware description


Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1
9326 d2U digital shelf
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4
4-4
9326 d2U digital shelf modules ............................................................................................................................................ 4-5
4-5
integrated Channel Element Module-U (iCEM-U)

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integrated Core Controller Module-U (iCCM-U) ........................................................................................................ 4-11


Rack User Commissioning (RUC) module .................................................................................................................... 4-15
9326 d2U cooling unit
Overview

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9326 d2U cooling unit

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4-18

9326 d2U optional equipment


Overview

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External Alarm module

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4-21

PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) module

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9326 d2U with LPPCM and External Alarm modules


75-ohm kit
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Physical characteristics of the 9326 d2U modules


Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5-1
Physical characteristics of the 9326 d2U modules

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Using the TIL tool


Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6-1
Using the TIL tool ...................................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
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4-1

Backplane and digital shelf modules supported by the 9326 d2U ........................................................... 4-7

4-2

iCEM-U corporate LED behavior ..................................................................................................................... 4-10

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iCCM-U corporate LED behavior

4-4

iCCM-U 7-segment display description

4-5

iCCM-U SFP transceiver activity LED behavior

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Internal Alarm Bus IN/OUT pin connections

4-7

External Alarm/Remote Control ALARM 1/ALARM 2 pin connections

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9326 d2U modules dimensions and weight

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1-1

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2-1

Alcatel-Lucent UTRAN architecture example

3-1

Outside view of the 9326 d2U

4-1

9326 d2U pyramidal view (without shielded faceplate) .............................................................................. 0-1

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9326 d2U front view ................................................................................................................................................. 4-2

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Location of modules in the 9326 d2U ................................................................................................................ 4-2

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9326 d2U RBP ............................................................................................................................................................ 4-5


4-5

4-5

Pre-cabled 9326 d2U rack with RBP

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9326 d2U functional architecture

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9326 d2U digital shelf layout

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iCEM-U front panel

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4-9

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iCCM-U front panel

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4-10

RUC module front panel

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4-11

9326 d2U air flow paths

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4-12

9326 d2U fans

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Front panel of the External Alarm module

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Front panel of the LPPCM module ................................................................................................................... 4-24

4-15

Front view of the 9326 d2U with LPPCM and External Alarm modules ........................................... 4-25

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Cabling between 9326 d2U rack and LPPCM / External Alarm optional modules ........................ 4-26

4-17

Types of adaptive baluns for 75-ohm network

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About this document


About this document

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to describe the Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital 2U Node B.
The official name is the 9326 d2U.
For detailed information on 9326 d2U maintenance, see Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital 2U
Node B - Maintenance Guide, NN-20500-110 .
Note: This document only describes the 9326 d2U V1 product. For detailed
information on 9326 d2U V2 product, refer to the following two documents:

Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital 2U Node B V2 - Technical Description,


NN-20500-203
Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital 2U Node B V2 - Maintenance Guide, NN-20500-204

Reason for revision

The reissue reasons are:


Issue number

Issue date

Reason for reissue

5.04

May 2010

Standard issue

5.03

February 2010

Preliminary issue

5.02

November 2009

Preliminary issue

5.01

October 2009

Draft issue

New in this release

New features:

None

Other changes:

Reformat to comply with current documentation standards

Intended audience

The audience for this document is Operations and maintenance personnel, and anyone
interested in learning more about the 9326 d2U.
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Supported systems

This document applies to Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA V7.1 system release.


How to use this document

No specific recommendation applies regarding the way readers should read this
document.
Prerequisites

None
Conventions used
Vocabulary conventions

For a list of the terms used in this document, see Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA System Terminology, NN-20500-002.
Typographical conventions

The following typographical convention is used in this document:


Appearance

Description

Document reference, reference number

Related document that is referenced in the document

Related information

For information on subjects related to the content of this document, refer to the
documents listed in the following table:
Refer to this document

At this location

For more information on

Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA
System - Terminology,
NN-20500-002

http://support.alcatellucent.com

Terms used in Alcatel-Lucent


W-CDMA documents

Alcatel-Lucent 9326 digital


2U Node B - Maintenance
Guide, NN-20500-110

http://support.alcatellucent.com

How to perform maintenance


activity of the Alcatel-Lucent
9326 digital 2U Node B

Alcatel-Lucent Remote
Radio Head 20W 2100 MHz
- Technical Description,
NN-20500-106

http://support.alcatellucent.com

The Alcatel-Lucent Remote


Radio Head 20W 2100 MHz

Alcatel-Lucent Remote
Radio Head 20W 2100 MHz
- Maintenance Guide,
NN-20500-107

http://support.alcatellucent.com

Basic characteristics

Configurations available

How to perform maintenance


activity of the Alcatel-Lucent
Remote Radio Head 20W 2100
MHz

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Refer to this document

At this location

For more information on

Alcatel-Lucent 9353
Wireless Management
System - Node B Alarms
Reference Guide for 9311,
9312, 9322, 9326, 9332
Node B, NN-20500-018P1

http://support.alcatellucent.com

Alarm descriptions and


maintenance actions required
for Alcatel-Lucent Node Bs.

Alcatel-Lucent 93xx Node B


Commissioning and Fault
Management User Manual:
TIL, NN-20500-019

http://support.alcatellucent.com

How to perform the Node B


installation, commissioning
and maintenance tasks using
the Node B TIL (Terminal for
Local Installation) tool

Document support

For support in using this or any other Alcatel-Lucent document, contact Alcatel-Lucent at
one of the following telephone numbers:

1-888-582-3688 (for the United States)


1-317-377-8618 (for all other countries)

Technical support

For technical support, contact your local Alcatel-Lucent customer support team. See the
Alcatel-Lucent Support web site (http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/support/) for contact
information.
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Base Stations
documentation

Overview
Purpose

This chapter provides the roadmap for Distributed Base Stations documentation.
Contents
Roadmap to Distributed Base Stations documentation

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Roadmap to Distributed Base Stations documentation


The following figure shows where the current document stands within the W-CDMA
customer documentation.
For a global view of the W-CDMA customer documentation, see the Roadmap chapter in:

Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA System - Document Collection Overview, NN-20500-050


Alcatel-Lucent W-CDMA System - Access Network Elements Overview,
NN-20500-233

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Figure 1-1 Roadmap to Distributed Base Stations documentation

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Overview
Purpose

This chapter describes the UTRAN.


Contents
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UTRAN introduction
The UTRAN is composed of at least one Radio Network Subsystem (RNS). An RNS
covers a certain geographical area. It is equivalent to the GSM BSS. Each RNS is
composed of one Radio Network Controller (RNC) and one or more Node Bs. RNSs are
interconnected through the Iur interface of each RNC to form a network.
Alcatel-Lucent UTRAN

The Alcatel-Lucent UTRAN is based on the following components:

RNC

Node B
W-NMS for the OAM part

RNC

The Alcatel-Lucent RNC is 3GPP-compliant. It is based on the Multiservice Switch


platform.
RNC main functions

The main functions of the RNC are to control and manage:

Radio Access Network (RAN)


Signaling between Core Network (CN) components and the Radio Network System
(RNS)
Node Bs and their radio resources

RNC interfaces

The RNC provides the following interfaces:

Iub towards a Node B


Iu towards the Core Network
Iur towards another RNC
Iupc towards an SAS (Standalone A-GPS SMLC)

Node B

The Alcatel-Lucent Node Bs are 3GPP-compliant. The Alcatel-Lucent Node B portfolio


includes:

Conventional unitary base stations


Digital base stations
Radio base stations

Radio heads
Base station routers

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Node B main functions

The Node B supports the following main functions:

Network interface management

Radio access
Call processing
Configuration and supervision

Synchronization
Performance monitoring

Node B interfaces

The Node B provides the following interfaces:

Iub towards an RNC


Uu towards a UE

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Figure 2-1 Alcatel-Lucent UTRAN architecture example

W-NMS

The Alcatel-Lucent Wireless Network Management System (W-NMS) delivers an


integrated UMTS management platform through which all Network Elements (NEs) can
be monitored and controlled.
It plays an important role in providing the foundation of a complete end-to-end
management solution for UMTS networks. The W-NMS manages the entire UMTS
network, which is divided into:

The UTRAN
The Core Network (circuit-switched and packet-switched traffic).

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The Access Network OAM manages the UTRAN part of the network.
Access Network OAM main functions

The Access Network OAM manages the UTRAN part of the network.
The main functions of Access Network OAM are the following:

Fault management
Configuration management
Performance management

NSP

The Network Services Platform (NSP) is a graphical user interface to the Access Network
providing a common platform for navigation and control. The NSP interfaces with the
NEs through a Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA). This
vendor-independent architecture links computer applications across different networks.

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characteristics

Overview
Purpose

This part describes the basic characteristics of the 9326 d2U.


Contents
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9326 d2U features and functions

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9326 d2U external interfaces

3-6

9326 d2U optional features

3-7

9326 d2U physical and environmental characteristics

3-8

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9326 d2U introduction


The 9326 d2U is a digital rack designed to be connected to one of the following products
via optical fiber links:

RRH20-21
RRH40
9332 rCompact OD

The Alcatel-Lucent Remote Radio solution improves flexibility for deploying mobile
broadband Node Bs in space-constrained locations. It is particularly suited to
macro-cellular applications in dense areas, where site acquisition is difficult, and on sites
where installation constraints prevent the use of legacy Node Bs.
Compared to legacy Node B site deployment, the Remote Radio solution provides the
following benefits:

Reduced volume, weight, footprint, acoustic noise, and power consumption

Reduced cost of feeder paths from the Node B to the antenna


Increased RF power per carrier at the antenna feeder
Reduced radio loss with use of the remote RF block concept, which eliminates the
distance between the radio amplifier and the antenna

The Remote Radio solution provides for the UMTS system:

The means of communication between a User Equipment (UE) and a network using
Transport Channels
Physical layer channels, which are necessary to synchronize the downlink and
perform cell selection/reselection and handover preparation
Measurement information to the RNC for radio resource management (handover,
power control)

The 9326 d2U provides up to eight E1/T1 with Inversion Multiplexing ATM (IMA) or
Drop-and-Insert capability (fractional E1/T1). The 9326 d2U also supports multi-PCM
without IMA.
The 9326 d2U delivers high UMTS radio performances and supports the enhanced High
Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and High Speed Uplink Packet Access
(HSUPA) solutions through easy software upgrade.
The 9326 d2U is compliant with the Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI).
9326 d2U enclosure

The 9326 d2U provides the operators with a suited solution whatever the site constraints.
The 9326 d2U can be installed in a standalone indoor mode or in the user space of an
existing indoor or outdoor Node B cabinet.
The 9326 d2U is factory-equipped with a specific shielded faceplate.

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Important! During normal operation, the 9326 d2U must be fitted with its shielded
faceplate. For debug purposes, this shielded faceplate must be removed to allow
access to the iCEM-U connectors.
The following figure shows an outside view of the 9326 d2U.
Figure 3-1 Outside view of the 9326 d2U

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The 9326 d2U supports the following functions:

Call processing

Performance monitoring
Network interface
Configuration/supervision

Synchronization

Call Processing (CallP)

The call processing function is in charge of the radio resource management inside the
Node B. This function manages the UMTS services (described in 3GPP standards) and
the internal services used for configuration and implementation purposes.
The call processing function is also in charge of:

Common channel management, which includes setup, release, and modification


procedures
Dedicated channel management, which includes setup, release, and modification
procedures
Cell management, which includes setup, deletion, and modification of a cell
Power control for controling UE power emission
Softer handover, in which a single Node B manages the cells in communication with
the UE

Call processing is mapped on iCCM-U and iCEM-U.


The Node B call processing supports the multiple iCEM-U. The multiple iCEM-U (or
multi iCEM-U) enables to use several iCEMs-U for call processing management.
Performance monitoring

The performance monitoring function is in charge of collecting performance


measurement data from the network interface function and from the
configuration/supervision function.
The measurement data is used to calculate and report performance data to the RNC for
traffic control and to the W-NMS for network operation and tuning.
Network interface

This function is in charge of managing interfaces with RNC:

Physical layer management (configuration, alarm reporting)


Layer 2 (IMA and switching for example)

The standard network interface of the 9326 d2U is eight PCM E1/T1, with a layer-2
Inversion Multiplexing ATM (IMA) machine handling up to four IMA groups, fractional
PCM (Drop-and-Insert capability), and redundancy management.
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Configuration/supervision

This function is in charge of

Module configuration and supervision

Inventory information reporting


Plug-and-play management

The remote inventory functionality allows the UMTS OAM access to determine the state
of the Node B and its composition. The remote inventory is performed for the following
modules: iCEMs-U and iCCM-U.
Synchronization

This function is in charge of retrieving highly stable radio frequency from either the
network interface or the optional GPS receiver.
The 9326 d2U can be synchronized through the following means:

E1/T1 PCM link (standard synchronization mechanism)


The E1/T1 link used for synchronization does not carry any data traffic.
Local GPS receiver
In the GPS-based synchronization solution, the iCCM-U module is connected to a
GPS smart antenna/receiver and provide GPS synchro source (Pulse Per Second
(PPS) synchro input from the antenna).

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9326 d2U external interfaces


The 9326 d2U is equipped with four main types of external interface:

E1/T1 network interface (Iub)

Optical interface (RRH)


Alarm/remote control interfaces (optional)
Power supply interface (DC input)

Network interface

This interface consists in eight E1 or T1 PCM links:

E1 link complies with ITU G703/G704.


T1 link is based on ANSI standard.

The raw data rate between Node B and RNC can rise up to 15.872 Mbit/s (E1) or 12.288
Mbps (T1). Depending on the data flow, ATM AAL2 and AAL5 are used on the above
physical link through IMA. The IMA framing provides for physical link performance
monitoring and management.
In the case of a 120-ohm network, the only equipment needed to ensure the PCM
connection is the 120-ohm PCM cable.
In the case of a 75-ohm network, it is necessary to have baluns (two baluns per PCM) to
ensure adaptation from the 120 ohm of the Node B to the 75 ohm of the customer
network. Three types of baluns can be used: BNC, 1.6/5.6, or SMZ type 43.
Optical interface

The optical interface consists of three ports (depending on the configuration), which
correspond to the connections to up to three RRH20-21 or three RRH40.
Alarm/remote control interfaces (optional)

Optionally, connectivity for 16 external alarms and six remote controls (including
lightning protection) is provided.
Power supply interface

The 9326 d2U provides cable entry for 48 V DC power.

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9326 d2U optional features


The 9326 d2U supports the following optional features:

PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) kit


This kit provides lightning protection for the PCM link. It requires a 1U additional
free space.
External Alarm kit
This kit is proposed to provide the connection of 16 external alarms. It requires a 1U
additional free space.
75-ohm kit

This list is not exhaustive. In particular, this document does not provide information on
ancillaries (cables and installation kits).

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9326 d2U physical and environmental characteristics


This section details the physical and environmental characteristics of the 9326 d2U.
The 9326 d2U rack has the following characteristics:

Width (W): 482.6 mm


Depth (D): 250.8 mm
Height (H): 88.1 mm
Weight: 9 kg

The 9326 d2U is designed to support an external temperature range of 5C to +65C,


with an absolute humidity between 0.03 g/m3 and 36 g/m3.

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description

Overview
Purpose

The 9326 d2U is built around the following components:

A mechanical enclosure (including two fans), compatible with standard 19-inch rack
installation
A digital shelf including the digital modules and the associated digital backplane
A commissioning module located on the right hand side of the digital shelf

A shielded faceplate

The following figure shows a pyramidal view of the 9326 d2U (without shielded
faceplate).
Figure 4-1 9326 d2U pyramidal view (without shielded faceplate)

The following figure shows a front view of the 9326 d2U.

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Overview

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Figure 4-2 9326 d2U front view

The following figure shows a front view of the 9326 d2U without shielded faceplate.
Figure 4-3 Location of modules in the 9326 d2U

Contents
9326 d2U digital shelf

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9326 d2U digital shelf modules

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integrated Channel Element Module-U (iCEM-U)

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integrated Core Controller Module-U (iCCM-U)

4-11

Rack User Commissioning (RUC) module

4-15

9326 d2U cooling unit

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9326 d2U cooling unit

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9326 d2U optional equipment

4-20

External Alarm module

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PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) module

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Overview
Purpose

This section describes the modules housed in the 9326 d2U digital shelf.
Contents
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integrated Channel Element Module-U (iCEM-U)

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The 9326 d2U digital shelf is a four-slot digital shelf equipped with two types of
hardware modules. A backplane supports all the links between these modules.
Backplane functionality

The backplane is part of the digital shelf. It is in charge of supporting all internal links
and electrical interfaces between the modules of the digital shelf. All modules and some
cables carrying external signals are plugged into connectors mounted on the backplane
Printed-Circuit Board (PCB). The backplane board accommodates several high-speed
signals up to 1.3 Gbit/s. It supports 48 V DC power supply.
The digital backplane provides:

Inter-module connections
48 V DC

The digital backplane used in the 9326 d2U is the Rack BackPlane (RBP).
The following figure shows the 9326 d2U RBP.
Figure 4-4 9326 d2U RBP

The following figure shows the RBP in the pre-cabled 9326 d2U rack.

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Figure 4-5 Pre-cabled 9326 d2U rack with RBP

Physical description of the digital shelf

The 9326 d2U digital shelf houses the following modules:

integrated Channel Element Module-U (iCEM-U)


This module is in charge of:
Part of call processing
Base-band transmit/receive digital signal processing

integrated Core Controller Module-U (iCCM-U)


This module is in charge of:
OAM management

Part of call processing


Internal/external data flow switching or combining
Supporting external/internal alarm connectivity and external synchronization
reference interface

Electrical-optical conversion for both uplink and downlink

A Rack User Commissioning (RUC) module, connected to the iCCM-U via a one-wire
link, supports all commissioning non volatile memories, and fan alarms.
The following figure illustrates the functional architecture of the 9326 d2U.

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Figure 4-6 9326 d2U functional architecture

The 9326 d2U controls the Remote Radio device (RRH or 9332 rCompact OD) through
optical fibers carrying digital links compliant with the High Speed Serial Link
(HSSL)/CPRI interface. The RBP routes the HSSL links between the iCCM-U module
and each iCEM-U module.
The 9326 d2U supports the digital modules listed in the following table.
Table 4-1

Backplane and digital shelf modules supported by the 9326 d2U

Function

Module

Backplane

RBP

CCM + GPSAM + OIM

iCCM-U

CEM

iCEM-U

The 9326 d2U digital shelf houses four slots, shared as follows:

One for the iCCM-U (slot 1)


Up to three for the iCEM-U (slot 2, slot 3, slot 4)

The following figure shows the digital shelf layout.

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Figure 4-7 9326 d2U digital shelf layout

Note: Unused iCEM-U slots on a powered 9326 d2U rack must be equipped with
filler modules. The filler modules maintain electromagnetic interference (EMI)
integrity, as well as shelf airflow patterns to ensure proper cooling.

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integrated Channel Element Module-U (iCEM-U)


The iCEM-U is based on the iCEM-2 128.
The iCEM-U supports up to 128 channel elements.
The 9326 d2U is factory-equipped with one iCEM-U and can house up to three iCEMs-U,
depending on the configuration requirements.
The following figure shows the iCEM-U front panel.
Figure 4-8 iCEM-U front panel

Main functions

The iCEM-U comprises two main functional blocks:

The Base-Band Unit (BBU)


The BBU performs all the transmit and receive base-band signal processing functions
for each of the UMTS channels supported (layer 1 of the UMTS radio network).
The Interface and Control Unit (ICU)
The ICU provides data, control and timing interfaces to the 9326 d2U. It also
performs iCEM-U control and management functions.

The iCEM-U performs digital signal processing for both the Tx and Rx paths. The
iCEM-U processes all types of UMTS physical channels in both the uplink and downlink
directions. Processing differs according to the type of physical channels. High-rate data
channels require much more processing power than low-rate speech channels. The
architecture of the iCEM-U is well adapted to UMTS physical channel diversity. The
iCEM-U hardware is designed to support up to two UMTS frequencies for three-sector
operation and two branch transmit and receive diversity per sector.

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Hardware description

The iCEM-U comprises:

A mother board with both ICU and BBU functions

A daughter board with an additional BBU function that provides more processing
power

The iCEM-U front panel has two corporate LEDs indicating the iCEM-U status.
Table 4-2

iCEM-U corporate LED behavior

Green rectangular LED

Red triangular LED

iCEM-U status

OFF

OFF

Sleep, unpowered or not


inserted

ON

ON

Power up self-test underway

ON

OFF

Module should not be removed

ON

BLINK

Module is partially faulty

OFF

ON

Module must be removed,


alarm state, BISTs NOK

OFF

BLINK

Module is waiting for Boot

The iCEM-U front panel also has:

One Reset button accessible via an eye


One Debug Ethernet connector (RJ-45 type connector) for synchronization of test
equipment
One Sync connector (RJ-45 type connector)

These two RJ-45 connectors are not used in normal operation.


Interface description

All signals to and from the iCEM-U are carried on a full duplex High Speed Serial Link
(HSSL).
The main internal signals of the iCEM-U are the base-band data, the ATM traffic
information, the timing signals, and the control signaling.
DC power

The iCEM-U is powered by a 48 V DC power supply received through the RBP.

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integrated Core Controller Module-U (iCCM-U)


The 9326 d2U digital shelf houses one iCCM-U (no duplex feature).
Main functions

The iCCM-U aggregates the following three functions:

Core Controller (CCM) function:

Iub interface
Call processing
Data switching and routing

OAM management
Node B frequency and timing reference
The iCCM-U supports up to three wide-band carriers with transmit and receive
diversity in a tri-sectored carrier configuration.
Global Positioning System and Alarm (GPSAM) function:
External/internal alarm connectivity
External synchronization reference interface
Optical Interface (OIM) function:
Duplex electrical/optical conversion of High Speed Serial Link (HSSL) to/from
fiber optic link

Laser emission on/off via Dallas one-wire bus


Detection of optoelectronic transceiver presence via Dallas one-wire bus
Optical wavelengths (Tx 1550 nm, Rx 1310 nm) or (Rx 1310 nm, Tx 1550 nm)
configuration via optical heads in Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) cages.
Alarms reporting and inventory information providing through the GPSAM
function
The iCCM-U uses up to three - single or dual fiber - bidirectional optoelectronic SFP
transceivers to carry duplex digital and optical communications with the Remote
Radio device (UMTS RRH or 9332 rCompact OD). Depending on the customer
choice for optical link (Multi-Mode (MM) or Single-Mode (SM)), the iCCM-U can be
equipped with one to three MM or one to three SM optical transceivers.
Hardware description

The iCCM-U is based on a single Printed-Circuit Board (PCB) design.


The following figure shows the iCCM-U front panel.

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Figure 4-9 iCCM-U front panel

The iCCM-U front panel has the following LEDs/display:

Two corporate LEDs indicating the iCCM-U status:

Table 4-3

iCCM-U corporate LED behavior

Green rectangular LED

Red triangular LED

iCCM-U status

OFF

OFF

BISTs results NOK, unpowered


or not inserted

ON

ON

Starting, BISTs in progress

ON

OFF

Module is OK and should not


be removed.

BLINK

Not significant

Downloading in progress

OFF

BLINK

Module is waiting for Boot (all


the Boot level 2 are invalid) or
Boot level 2 is in failure.

OFF

ON

Module is NOK and must be


removed and replaced.

One 7-segment display, plus a red dot that provides the synchronization source
The dot is located on the right of the 7-segment display.

Table 4-4

iCCM-U 7-segment display description


7-segment display

Meaning

"1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8"

PCM number, PCM 1 to PCM 8

"a"

GPS PPS input

"H"

Holdover mode (radio synchro): displays "H"


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iCCM-U 7-segment display description

(continued)

7-segment display
"L"

Meaning
Network synchro NOK, no PCM synchronized
("L" is for local synchronization)

(*) For instance: if the source synchronization is on PCM 1, "1" is displayed. if the PCM
clock is drifting over 2 ppm, "H" is displayed alternating with "1".
For the initial state (starting state), "8" is displayed on the iCCM-U 7-segment display
with the dot ON. If the source synchronization is on PCM 8, the dot switches OFF.

Eight PCM status LEDs indicating:


PCM OK (green LED)
PCM showing an alarm (red LED)
PCM in tri-state (amber LED)
PCM not used (LED is off)
PCM in Loopback Test (blinking LED)
The LEDs display the PCM alarms in real time. These alarms are listed below:

LOS (Loss Of Signal)


AIS (Alarm Indication Signal)
LFA (Loss of Frame Alignment)
FE (Frame Error)

CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check)


RAI (Remote Alarm Indication)
Six green circle shaped activity LEDs (three for transmit and three for receive),
indicating the optic link activity status for each optical fiber connected:

Table 4-5

iCCM-U SFP transceiver activity LED behavior

Green TX activity LED

Green RX activity LED

Meaning in operation

OFF

Tx disable, no laser emission

ON

Tx enable, laser emission


Normal case of RRH operation

OFF

No received signal
Loss of Signal Alarm

ON

Optical signal is received


Normal case of RRH operation

Two Rx/Tx green/amber 10/100Base-T LEDs indicating the Ethernet activity status
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The iCCM-U front panel has the following connectors:

One Ethernet 10Base-T port (RJ-45 female connector) used for Ethernet access
(labeled "PORT 1" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate)
One fast Ethernet 10/100Base-T port (RJ-45 female connector) used for TIL
connection (labeled "PORT 2" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate)
One Dallas one-wire interface connector (RJ-45 female connector) for internal Node
B/external Node B and commissioning (labeled "ALARM" on the 9326 d2U shielded
faceplate)
One GPS synchro connector (RJ-45 female connector) for future use (labeled "GPS
SYNC" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate)
One timing reference port (10 MHz output reference clock - SMB female connector)
for Node B commissioning (labeled "REF OUT" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate)
One E1/T1 connector (44-pin High Density D-SUB female connector) used for E1/T1
connection (labeled "PCM E1/T1" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate)

The iCCM-U front panel also provides connectivity for four optical fibers:

One Single or Dual LC connector (depending on the SFP transceiver variant) labeled
"OPTIC 1" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate
One Single or Dual LC connector (depending on the SFP transceiver variant) labeled
"OPTIC 2" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate
One Single or Dual LC connector (depending on the SFP transceiver variant) labeled
"OPTIC 3" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate
One Ethernet backhaul port (copper/optical SFP cage for 100Base-FX) labeled
"ETHERNET" on the 9326 d2U shielded faceplate

The iCCM-U front panel also has one Reset button, located between the two corporate
LEDs and the 7-segment display. This Reset button is accessible via an eye in the 9326
d2U shielded faceplate.
Interface description

The iCCM-U is linked with each iCEM-U by a point-to-point HSSL connection.


DC power

The iCCM-U is powered by a 48 V DC power supply received through the RBP.


The iCCM-U is protected against polarity inversion.

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Rack User Commissioning (RUC) module


The RUC module is located on the right hand side of the digital shelf, near the fans.
Main functions

The RUC module provides the following functions:

Commissioning

Inventory
Fan alarms, control and power supply
48 V DC connectivity

Hardware description

The following figure shows the RUC module front panel.


Figure 4-10 RUC module front panel

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The front panel of the RUC module has:

Two RJ-45 type connectors labeled "ALARM/INT" used for:


Connection to the iCCM-U "ALARM" connector (Dallas one-wire)
Connection to the "INTERNAL ALARM BUS" connector of the External Alarm
module (Dallas one-wire)
One power connector labeled "DC 48V" used to power-supply:

The two fans


The iCCM-U and iCEM-U modules via the RBP
One power switch labeled "POWER SWITCH"

DC power

The RUC module is powered with external 48 V DC.


The power consumption (including the fans power consumption) is estimated at 10 W.

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Overview
Purpose

This section describes the 9326 d2U cooling unit.


Contents
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The 9326 d2U rack integrates two fans for digital modules cooling.
Operating principle

The cooling air paths through the digital shelf operate as follows:

The air enters on the right side of the digital shelf.

The air is drawn through the digital shelf to cool the digital modules.
The air is exhausted from the left side of the digital shelf.

The following figure illustrates the air flow paths through the 9326 d2U rack.
Figure 4-11 9326 d2U air flow paths

Fans DC power

The two fans are power-supplied through the power connector located on the RUC front
panel.
Their power consumption is estimated at 8 W.
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Figure 4-12 9326 d2U fans

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9326 d2U optional equipment


Overview
Purpose

This section describes the optional equipment supported by the 9326 d2U:

External Alarm module


PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) module
75-ohm kit

This list is not an exhaustive, in particular, this section does not provide information on
ancillaries (cable kits and installation sets).
Contents
External Alarm module

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PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) module

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External Alarm module


The External Alarm module is located below the 9326 d2U rack.
Main functions

The External Alarm kit provides the connection of 16 external alarms and six remote
controls. It also protects against electrical disturbances that can occur between the 9326
d2U and the customer equipment.
Hardware description

The following figure shows the front panel of the External Alarm module.
Figure 4-13 Front panel of the External Alarm module

The front panel of the External Alarm module provides the following connectors:

One "ALARM 1" external alarm/remote control connector (25-pin D-sub female
connector), used for eight external alarms (1 - 8) and three remote controls (1 - 3)
One "ALARM 2" external alarm/remote control connector (25-pin D-sub female
connector), used for eight external alarms (9 - 16) and three remote controls (4 - 6)
Two "OUT" and "IN" internal alarm bus connectors (9-pin D-sub male and female
connectors), used to connect the alarm bus cables
One "GND" ground bolt

Alarm cabling

The External Alarm kit consists of one External Alarm module and five cables. These
cables are:

The private alarm bus cable, used for interconnection between the "ALARM/IN" right
connector on the RUC front panel and the Internal Alarm Bus "IN" connector of the
External Alarm module

The alarm cable, used for interconnection between the "Internal Alarm Bus / IN"
connector of the LPPCM module and the Internal Alarm Bus "OUT" connector of the
External Alarm module.
If the LPPCM module is not coupled with the External Alarm module, this alarm
cable is not necessary. The Internal Alarm Bus "OUT" connector of the External
Alarm module is not used and must be protected with the protective cap.

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Two external alarm cables used to provide alarm connection between the 9326 d2U
and the customer DDF
The ground cable

Internal Alarm Bus pin connections

The following table shows the pin numbers and the corresponding signals for the Internal
Alarm Bus "IN" and "OUT" connectors.
Table 4-6

Internal Alarm Bus IN/OUT pin connections

Pin

Signal

Bus 1

GND

+5 V

Unused

Unused

Unused

Unused

Unused

Unused

External Alarm/Remote Control pin connections

The following table shows the pin numbers and the corresponding signals for the External
Alarm/Remote Control "ALARM 1" and "ALARM 2" connectors.
Table 4-7

External Alarm/Remote Control ALARM 1/ALARM 2 pin connections

Pin - Alarm 1

Signal

Pin - Alarm 2

Signal

Alarm 1

Alarm 9

Alarm 2

Alarm 10

Alarm 3

Alarm 11

Alarm 4

Alarm 12

Alarm 5

Alarm 13

Alarm 6

Alarm 14

Alarm 7

Alarm 15

Alarm 8

Alarm 16

Remote Control 1

Remote Control 4

10

Remote Control 2

10

Remote Control 5

11

Remote Control 3

11

Remote Control 6

12

Unused

12

Unused

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(continued)

Pin - Alarm 1

Signal

Pin - Alarm 2

Signal

13

Unused

13

Unused

14

Alarm 1 R

14

Alarm 9 R

15

Alarm 2 R

15

Alarm 10 R

16

Alarm 3 R

16

Alarm 11 R

17

Alarm 4 R

17

Alarm 12 R

18

Alarm 5 R

18

Alarm 13 R

19

Alarm 6 R

19

Alarm 14 R

20

Alarm 7 R

20

Alarm 15 R

21

Alarm 8 R

21

Alarm 16 R

22

Remote Control 1 R

22

Remote Control 4 R

23

Remote Control 2 R

23

Remote Control 5 R

24

Remote Control 3 R

24

Remote Control 6 R

25

Unused

25

Unused

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PCM Lightning Protection (LPPCM) module


The LPPCM module is located above the 9326 d2U rack.
Main functions

The LPPCM module provides lightning protection for up to eight PCM links.
Hardware description

The following figure shows the front panel of the LPPCM module.
Figure 4-14 Front panel of the LPPCM module

The front panel of the LPPCM module has the following connectors:

Two 37-pin D-SUB male connectors (labeled "PCM Out") to connect the module to
the iCCM-U
One 37-pin D-SUB male connector (labeled "PCM In") for PCM connection to the
customer DDF
Two Internal Alarm Bus 9-pin D-SUB female and male connectors (labeled "OUT"
and "IN") to connect the alarm bus cable
One ground bolt (labeled "GND")

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Front view

The following figure shows the LPPCM and External Alarm optional modules mounted
on top and bottom of the 9326 d2U rack.
Figure 4-15 Front view of the 9326 d2U with LPPCM and External Alarm modules

This arrangement is recommended to facilitate cabling and upgrade procedure.


Cabling

The following figure illustrates the connection relationship between 9326 d2U rack and
the two LPPCM and External Alarm optional modules.

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Figure 4-16 Cabling between 9326 d2U rack and LPPCM / External Alarm optional
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75-ohm kit
The PCM cables are connected to the Iub port on the Node B bulkhead and to the
distribution frame. This distribution frame is a connection point between the PCM cable
from the Node B and the transmission network.
For a 120-ohm telecommunication network, only the 120-ohm PCM cable is needed for
PCM connection.
For a 75-ohm telecommunication network, it is necessary to have baluns (two baluns per
PCM) to ensure adaptation from the 120 ohms of the Node B to the 75 ohms of the
customer network. The 120/75-ohm adaptive baluns should be secured as close as
possible to the specific distribution frame. Three types of baluns can be used: BNC,
1.6/5.6, or SMZ type 43.
The following figure shows the three types of baluns available.
Figure 4-17 Types of adaptive baluns for 75-ohm network

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Purpose

This chapter describes the physical characteristics of the 9326 d2U modules.
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The following table lists the dimensions and weight of the 9326 d2U components and
optional modules.
Table 5-1

9326 d2U modules dimensions and weight

Module name

Qty

Width
(mm)

Height
(mm)

Depth
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

iCCM-U

412

21

225

1.0

iCEM-U

up to 3

412

21

225

1.0 (per
unit)

RUC

50

88

0.15

RBP

300

84

0.4

Fan

80

80

25

0.1 (per
unit)

External Alarm

482.6

44

LPPCM

482.6

44

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Overview
Purpose

This chapter describes the Local Installation Terminal (TIL).


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Using the TIL tool


The Local Installation Terminal (TIL) is an O&M onsite terminal. The TIL is used for the
installation, tests, and maintenance of the equipment described in this document.
TIL functions

The TIL provides the following functions:

Displays the existing hardware of the equipment


Automatically displays new hardware
Basic maintenance and test capabilities for equipment modules
Saves reports (including alarm, test reports) on a laptop
Retrieves the hardware and software module configuration

Configures commissioning parameters

TIL connection to the equipment

The TIL is connected to the CCM module through the Ethernet connection.
Two connection modes are available from the TIL:

Peer-to-peer connection
In this mode, the TIL connection to the equipment depends on the CCM module type,
as described in the following table:
If the CCM module hosted in the
equipment is a...

Then the TIL is connected to the...

CCM/iCCM/iCCM-U/iCCM-2

Ethernet port 2 of the CCM module

xCCM/xCCM-U

Ethernet port 1 of the CCM module

Remote connection
In this mode, the TIL is connected to a LAN/WAN network. This connection is
available only if the equipment is integrated in the UMTS network and active (not
locked).
The connection can be checked by doing a ping [IP address] command.

For more information, see Alcatel-Lucent 93xx Node B Commissioning and Fault
Management User Manual: TIL, NN-20500-019.

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