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Functional overview

The FRHF supports 3GGP band 7 at 2600 MHz highest 50 MHz part with 6 x 40 W output Flexi RF Module. Basic LTE Configurations:

1, 1+1 or 1+1+1 LTE cells @ max 20 MHz LTE bandwidth and 2TX MIMO / 2RX 8, 20 or 40 W 1TX mode per sector (by branch activation SW licenses) 8+8, 20+20 or 40+40 W 2TX mode per sector (by branch activation and MIMO SW licenses) 1, 2 or 3 sectors max 40 + 40 W 2TX MIMO/2RX HW prepared for 1 sector 4x40 W 4TX MIMO/4RX FRHF can be used in Feederless site (optical and DC cable up to 200 m).

Functional overview The FRHF supports 3GGP band 7 at 2600 MHz highest 50 MHz part with

RF Module front panel description

 

PWR IN

ANT

RxO

RET

EAC

OPT

RFM 6x40W 2600MHz

Screw-

6x 7/16

     

3Gb or 6Gb

FRHF

interminal

female

-

-

MDR36

SFP

RF Module power requirements and output power

DC cable requirements for 60 W RF Modules

48 VDC power can be fed to the RF Module directly from the System Module or from an external power source. In both cases, the internal power cable with boot included in the RF Module delivery must be connected to the RF Module to provide IP65 protection.

If the cable path between the System module and RF Module is less than 2 m then the internal power cable included in the RF Module delivery is connected directly to the System module and RF Module. The optional 4 m (13.1 ft) power cable FPTA 472246A can also be used between the System Module and RF Module.

If the cable path between the System Module and RF Module exceeds 4 m (13.1 ft), then a pair of FSEC/FSESs (Flexi System External OVP) must be installed between the System module and RF Module. For details, see Creating Flexi Multiradio BTS Site Configurations in respective system documentation.

For all RF Modules with or only modules with the 3-terminal DC connector if 48 VDC power is supplied to the RF module from an external power source, then an FSEC/FSES must be installed between the external power source and the RF module. The internal power cable included in the RF module delivery must be connected from the RF module to the FSEC/FSES.

Requirements if power is supplied from an external source

The following requirements apply if power is fed from an external power source:

The allowed diameter of shielded or jacketed cables is 6-25 mm (0.24-1 in.).

The allowed cross section of individual DC wires is 6-25 mm 2 (10-4 AWG) at the DC terminal. It is recommended that 25 mm 2 (4 AWG) wires are capped to avoid loose strands. If thicker DC wires are required, then an FSEC/FSES or other IP65 DC distribution box is required to reduce the cable thickness at the module.

Recommended DC cable lengths, thicknesses, and type are provided in the section Feederless site and Distributed site solution requirements.

The DC connector has three screw terminals. The outer terminals are for (+) and (-) wires. The middle terminal is for grounding the shielded DC cable braid.

RF Module input voltage range

  • NOTICE: This material is based on preliminary information which is available prior to general availability and is subject to change for later release.

Table 11.

RF Module input voltage range

 

Property

Value

 

Nominal supply voltage

-48.0 V DC

 

Nominal input voltage range

-40.5 V DC to -57.0 V DC

 

Extended input voltage range

-36.0 V DC to -40.5 V DC

 

-57.0 V DC to -60.0 V DC

   

for FRGP, FRHA voltage range is 38 to 60 V DC

 
 
The minimum startup voltage is 40.5 V DC.

The minimum startup voltage is 40.5 V DC.

If the input voltage is below/beyond extended limits, unit may shut down.

 

RF Module output power

Basic typical conditions:

ambient temperature 23°C

no ALD power feeding included

no RET power feeding included

Non committed estimated values pending of final product HW and SW optimization with +/- 10 % margin. Consumption of SW defined radios might be lower for dedicated WCDMA/LTE operation (MCPA not shared for GSM) than stated in the tables.