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Change History
Date Version Description Author
2012-3-24 V1.00 Completed the draft. Yu Yongjun


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Contents
1 Application Overview ........................................................................................................ 1
1.1 Appearance of the GSM-R BSC6000 .................................................................................................. 1
1.2 GSM-R BSC6000 Specifications ........................................................................................................ 2
1.2.1 Product Specifications................................................................................................................ 2
1.2.2 Board Difference ........................................................................................................................ 3
1.2.3 General Principles of Configuring Hardware ............................................................................. 4
1.3 Network Structure of GSM-R BSC6000 ............................................................................................. 5
1.3.1 Traditional TDM Network Structure .......................................................................................... 5
1.3.2 Impact of BM/TC Separate Mode and BM/TC Combined Mode on GSM-R Network Structure
............................................................................................................................................................ 6
2 Parameter Definition .......................................................................................................... 8
2.1 Input Parameters .................................................................................................................................. 8
2.1.1 Basic Input Parameters ............................................................................................................... 8
2.1.2 Capacity Input Parameters ......................................................................................................... 8
2.2 Specification Parameters ..................................................................................................................... 9
3 Product Configurations.................................................................................................... 13
3.1 BM/TC Combined Mode ................................................................................................................... 13
3.2 BM/TC Separate Mode ...................................................................................................................... 17
3.2.1 BSC6000 BM Configurations .................................................................................................. 17
3.2.2 BSC6000 TC Configurations ................................................................................................... 20
4 Appendix ............................................................................................................................ 23
5 Acronyms and Abbreviations ......................................................................................... 24


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1 Application Overview
The hardware platform of the GSM-R BSC6000 is characterized by high integration,
high performance, and modular structure. These characteristics meet the networking
requirements in different scenarios and provide operators with a high-quality network at
a low cost. In addition, the network is easy to expand and maintain.
1.1 Appearance of the GSM-R BSC6000
Figure 1-1 shows a single GSM-R BSC6000 cabinet and Figure 1-2 shows its
configuration.
Figure 1-1 GSM-R BSC6000 N68E-22 cabinet



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Figure 1-2 Configuration of a GSM-R BSC6000 cabinet (front view and rear view)


1.2 GSM-R BSC6000 Specifications
1.2.1 Product Specifications
BSC6000 uses a modular structure. Therefore, smooth evolution from the minimum
configuration to the maximum configuration can be achieved by adding subracks
(GEPS/GTCS) or boards.
The minimum configuration of the BSC6000 consists of one cabinet, in which one
subrack (GMPS) is configured. The maximum configuration of the BSC6000 consists of
four cabinets, in which one GMPS, three GEPSs, and four GTCSs are configured.
The independent fan subrack is added to the BSC6000 cabinet, improving the heat
dissipation capability of the cabinet.
Table 1-1 Product specifications
Performance
Maximum specifications: 4096 TRXs, 24,000 Erlang,
5,900,000 BHCA, 16,384 activated PDCHs, and 1536
Mbit/s bandwidth on the Gb interface
Dimensions
Dimensions of the BSC6000 N68E-22 cabinet: 2200 mm
(height) x 600 mm (width) x 800 mm (depth)
Single cabinet weight 320 kg; load-bearing capability of
the floor 450 kg/m
2

Power Supply
The input power is 48 V DC. The voltage range is from
40 V to 57 V.


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1.2.2 Board Difference
HW60 R8 Boards in the BSC6000 HW69 R13 Boards in the BSC6000
Name Specifications Name Specifications
XPUa
(GXPUT/GXPUM
)
256 TRXs/512
TRXs
XPUb 640 TRXs
DPUc 960 CIC/3740 IWF DPUf 1920 CIC/3840
IWF(TDM&IP)/I
WF(IP&IP)
DPUd 1024 PDCH/48
PDCH per Cell
DPUg 1024 PDCH/110
PDCH per Cell
OIUa
(GOIUB/GOIUA)
Abis: 256 TRXs
A: 1920 CIC
Port: 1 STM-1
POUc Abis: 512 TRXs
A: 3906 CIC
(when used
together with
DPUc)/7680 (when
used together with
DPUf)
Port: 4 STM-1
FG2a Abis: 384 TRXs
A: 6144 CIC
Gb: 128 Mbit/s
Port: 8 FE/2 GE
FG2c Abis: 2048
TRXs/512 TRXs
per GE/256 TRXs
per FE
A: 23040
CIC/6144 CIC per
GE/3072 CIC per
FE
Gb: 1024
Mbit/s/256 Mbit/s
per GE/128 Mbit/s
per FE





HW60 R8 Boards in the BSC6000 HW69 R13 Boards in the BSC6000


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Name Specifications Name Specifications
GOUa Abis: 384 TRXs
A: 6144 CIC
Port: 2 GE
GOUc Abis: 2048
TRXs/512 TRXs
per GE
A: 23040
CIC/6144 CIC per
GE
Gb: 1024
Mbit/s/256 Mbit/s
per GE
Port: 4 GE
OMUa (GOMU) By default, only
one OMUa is
configured.
OMUc By default, only
one OMUc is
configured.

1.2.3 General Principles of Configuring Hardware
BSC6000 supports resource pools in the BSC and works preferentially in resource pool
mode in GMPS. Based on this, the principles of BSC6000 hardware configurations are as
follows:
1. Interface boards and processing boards should be distributed as evenly as
possible among subracks. This reduces the consumption of processor resources
and switching resources by inter-subrack switching. Interface boards can be
configured only in the rear slots, and processing boards can be configured in front
or rear slots.
Under a BSC, A interface boards, Ater interface boards, Abis interface boards, XPUb
main processing boards, DPUc, and DPUd should all be distributed as evenly as
possible among subracks. Configuring the same type of board in the same subrack
lowers system reliability.
2. Two adjacent slots, such as slots 0 and 1, slots 2 and 3, can be configured as a
pair of active/standby slots. Two slots, such as slots 1 and 2, or slots 3 and 4,
cannot be configured as a pair of active/standby slots.
3. No.7 signaling links should be configured on different A and Ater interface
boards. This reduces the impact of transmission faults and board faults on the
system.
If there are multiple pairs of No.7 signaling links, distribute them evenly among
interface boards based on the quantities of A and Ater interface boards. In principle,
the bandwidth of the signaling links carried on a pair of single-core interface boards
cannot exceed 2 Mbit/s, and the bandwidth of the signaling links carried on a pair of
multi-core interface boards cannot exceed 8 Mbit/s.
4. The total number of the XPU boards, which contains XPUa and XPUb, should
not exceed 14 pairs.
5. General principles of configuring boards are as follows:


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a. The TNUa boards are always installed in slots 4 and 5 which can also be
configured with DPU boards. The SCUa/SCUb boards are always installed in
slots 6 and 7. The GCUa/GCGa boards are always installed in slots 12 and 13.
b. The DPUf/DPUg boards are service processing boards. They can be
installed in front or rear slots. It is recommended that they be installed in front
slots.
c. The EIUa/PEUa/POUc/FG2/GOUc boards are interface boards. They can
be installed only in rear slots.
d. The OMUc boards should be installed in slots 24 and 25. It should be
installed in slot 24 when only one OMUc is configured.
1.3 Network Structure of GSM-R BSC6000
The network structure of GSM-R BSC6000 has the following characteristics: BM/TC
separate mode and BM/TC combined mode.
1.3.1 Traditional TDM Network Structure
The Base Station Subsystem (BSS) consists of the BTS, BSC, and PCU. It provides
access over the air interface and manages the air interface for cab (CAB RADIO, DATA
RADIO) and Mobile Stations (MS). The Network Subsystem (NSS) consists of the
MSC, HLR, SGSN, GGSN and IWF. It provides functions such as switching, mobility
management, and security management for the GSM-R system. Figure 1-3 shows the
typical structure of the GSM-R network.
Figure 1-1 Typical structure of the GSM-R network
MSC Server HLR SIWF
MGW
BSC
SGSN GGSN
Convergence Layer
Access Layer
BTS
BTS
PABX
OPH
GPH
OPS
Cab Radio
Packet Network
Fixed/Mobile Switch
RBC
RAN
External Transmission Network
Circuit Core Network
Packet Core Network
External System
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BTS: Base Transceiver Station MSC: Mobile Switching Center
BSC: Base Station Controller OPH: Operational Purpose
Handset
GPH: General Purpose Handset OPS: Operational Purpose
Handset for Shunting
GGSN: Gateway GPRS
Support Node
PCU: Packet Control Unit
HLR: Home Location Register PDN: Packet Data Network
IWF: Interworking Function SGSN: Serving GPRS Support
Node
1.3.2 Impact of BM/TC Separate Mode and BM/TC Combined
Mode on GSM-R Network Structure
(1) BM/TC separate mode: Ater over TDM
Figure 1-1 Network structure in BM/TC separate mode
MSC Server HLR SIWF
MGW
BM
SGSN GGSN
Convergence Layer Access Layer
BTS
BTS
PABX
OPH
GPH
OPS
Cab Radio
Packet Network
Fixed/Mobile Switch
RBC
RAN
External Transmission Network
Circuit Core Network
Packet Core Network
External System
Huawei GSM-R Network
TC


(2) BM/TC combined mode: no Ater interface


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Figure 1-2 Network structure in BM/TC combined mode
MSC Server HLR SIWF
MGW
BM
SGSN GGSN
Convergence Layer
Access Layer
BTS
BTS
PABX
OPH
GPH
OPS
Cab Radio
Packet Network
Fixed/Mobile Switch
RBC
RAN
External Transmission Network
Circuit Core Network
Packet Core Network
External System Huawei GSM-R Network



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2 Parameter Definition
2.1 Input Parameters
2.1.1 Basic Input Parameters
The values of basic input parameters can be obtained based on the network
configurations data.
Table 1 Basic input parameters
Parameter ID Description
TRXNoPerBSC Total number of TRXs
InsideTC Whether the BSC is in BM/TC combined mode
APortType
Transmission mode over A interface: TDM over E1, TDM over
STM1TDM over E1; TDM over STM1
AterPortType
Transmission mode over Ater interface: NULL, TDM over E1, and TDM
over STM1
GbPortType
Transmission mode over Gb interface: NULL, FR over E1, and IP over
FE/GE
TRXNoTDME1 Number of E1 TRXs in Abis over TDM mode
TRXNoTDMSTM1 Number of STM-1 TRXs in Abis over TDM mode
TRXNoFEGE Number of IP TRXs in Abis over FE/GE mode
TRXNoGEOptic Number of IP TRXs in Abis over OpticGE mode

2.1.2 Capacity Input Parameters
Obtain the parameters of user plane, control plane, and transport plane capacity by
calculating according to network configurations and traffic model.
Table 2 Network capacity input parameters
Parameter ID Description
MaxPDCHPerBSC Maximum number of activated PDCHs


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MaxACICPerBSC Maximum number of CIC circuits required by a BSC on the A interface
MaxAterCICPerBSC
Maximum number of CIC circuits required by a BSC on the Ater
interface
MaxACICPerTCSubrack Maximum number of CIC circuits in a subrack supported by a BSC
MaxACICPerBSCTDM
Total number of CIC circuits required by a BSC on the A interface over
TDM
GbFRTputPerBSC
Overall traffic volume of a BSC on the Gb interface in FR transmission
mode
GbIPTputPerBSC
Overall traffic volume of a BSC on the Gb interface in IP transmission
mode
MaxIWFPerBSC Maximum number of IWF required by a BSC
MaxIWFPerBSCTDMIP
Maximum number of IWF, which performs transmission format
conversion between TDM and IP, required by a BSC
AbisTDME1No
Maximum number of TDM-based E1 ports required by a BSC on the
Abis interface
AbisTDMSTM1No
Maximum number of TDM-based STM-1 ports required by a BSC on
the Abis interface (one STM-1 equals to 63 E1s)
2.2 Specification Parameters
Table 1 lists the specification parameters.
Table 1 Specification parameters
Parameter ID Description Specifications Board
TrxPerXPUb TRX support capability of the XPUb 640 XPUb
BHCAPerXPUb BHCA supported by each pair of
XPUb boards
1050000 XPUb:
BHCA
ErlPerXPUb Traffic supported by each pair of
XPUb boards
3900 XPUb: Erl
PDCHNoPerDPUg PDCH support capability of the
DPUg
1024 DPUg
IWFNoPerDPUfTDMIP IWF flow processing capability of
the DPUf (TDM and IP)
3840 DPUf
TCNoPerDPUf TC processing capability of the
DPUf
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Parameter ID Description Specifications Board
STM1PortPerPOUc Number of STM-1 ports on the
POUc
4 (half in
the ring
topology)
POUc
TRXHRPerPOUcTDM Number of TRXs supported on the
POUc in TDM transmission mode
512 (half in
the ring
topology)
POUc: TDM
ACICPerPOUcTDM Number of CIC circuits on the A
interface supported by the POUc (by
default, it is used together with the
DPUf boards) in TDM transmission
mode
7680 With
DPUf

POUc: TDM
AterCICPerPOUcTDM Number of CIC circuits on the Ater
interface supported by the POUc
7168 POUc: TDM
E1PortPerEIUa Number of E1 ports supported by the
EIUa
32 (half in
the ring
topology)
EIUa: TDM
TRXFRPerEIUa Number of TRXs supported by the
EIUa on the Abis interface
384 (half in
the ring
topology)
EIUa: TDM
AterCICPerEIUa Number of CIC circuits supported by
the EIUa on the Ater interface
3840 EIUa: TDM
ACICPerEIUa Number of CIC circuits supported by
the EIUa on the A interface
960 EIUa: TDM
E1PortPerPEUa Number of ports supported by the
PEUa
32 PEUa
GbTputPerPEUaFR Throughput (Mbit/s) supported by
the PEUa on the Gb interface in FR
transmission mode
64 PEUa: Gb FR
GEPortPerFG2c Number of GE ports supported by
the FG2c
4 (half in
the ring
topology)
FG2c
GEPortPerGOUc Number of GE ports supported by
the GOUc
4 (half in
the ring
topology)
GOUc


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Parameter ID Description Specifications Board
TRXNoPerFG2c Number of TRXs supported by the
FG2c/GOUc on the Abis interface
2048 (half
in the ring
topology)
FG2c/GOUc
TRXNoPerFG2cPerGe Number of TRXs supported by each
GE port on the FG2c/GOUc on the
Abis interface
4512 FG2c/GOUc
TRXNoPerFG2cPerFe Number of TRXs supported by each
FE port on the FG2c on the Abis
interface
256 FG2c
GbTputPerFG2c Throughput (Mbit/s) supported by
the FG2c/GOUc on the Gb interface
1024 FG2c/GOUc
GbTputPerFG2cPerGe Throughput (Mbit/s) supported by
each GE on the FG2c/GOUc on the
Gb interface
256 FG2c/GOUc
GbTputPerFG2cPerFe Throughput (Mbit/s) supported by
each FE on the FG2c on the Gb
interface
128 FG2c
MaxNoSCUa
Maximum number of pairs of SCUa
boards
8
SCUa
MaxNoTNUa
Maximum number of pairs of TUNa
boards
8
TNUa
MaxNoGCUa
Maximum number of pairs of GCUa
boards
1
GCUa
MaxNoXPUb
Maximum number of pairs of XPUb
boards
14
XPUb
MaxNoDPUg Maximum number of DPUg 20 DPUg
MaxNoDPUf Maximum number of DPUf 40 DPUf
MaxNoAbisBoard
Maximum number of pairs of
transmission boards over the Abis
interface
20
Abis Board
MaxNoABoard
Maximum number of pairs of
transmission boards over the A
interface
20
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Parameter ID Description Specifications Board
MaxNoGbPbBOard
Maximum number of pairs of
transmission boards over the Gb
interface
8
Gb Board
MaxNoTCCIC
Maximum number of CIC circuits
supported by TC subracks
38040
TC CIC
MaxSubrackTC
Maximum number of supported TC
subracks
4
TC Subrack


IWF: The inter-working function (IWF) implements transmission format conversion. When Abis
over IP and Ater over TDM, or A over IP are used, the IWF performs format conversion
between TDM and IP or between IP and IP.


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3 Product Configurations
Configuration Description:
In BM/TC separate mode, GSM-R BSC6000 consists of GMPS, GEPS, and GTCS.
In BM/TC combined mode, GSM-R BSC6000 consists of GMPS and GEPS.
3.1 BM/TC Combined Mode
Table 1 BM/TC combined mode
Model Description Configuration Principles
QM1BOPBCBN0
0
Cabinet Number = ROUNDUP((Number of MPSs + Number of
EPSs)/3)
QM1P00GMPS01 MPS Only one MPS is configured.
QM1P00GEPS01 Subrack Number = ROUNDUP(max[(EIUa + PEUa + POUc +
FG2c + GOUc 12)/14, (XPUb + DPUf + DPUg + EIUa
+ PEUa + POUc + FG2c + GOUc 20)/24, 0])
QW1D000GCU00 GCUa The configuration quantity depends on the clock modes.
Two GCUa boards are configured if a common clock is
used.
WP1D000XPU01 XPUb The configuration depends on the total number of TRXs,
BHCA requirement, and CS traffic volume (Erlang)
requirement.
Number of WP1D000XPU01s = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(TRXNoPerBSC/TrxPerXPUb,
BHCAPerBSC/BHCAPerXPUb,
ErlPerBSC/ErlPerXPUb))
Note: The support capability of the XPUb is calculated
based on pairs, so the result should be converted to pairs
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Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000DPU05 DPUf Number of WP1D000DPU05s as TC boards =
ROUNDUP(MaxACICPerBSC/TCNoPerDPUf, 0) + 1
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits. WP1D000DPU05 works in N+1 backup
mode.
In BM/TC combined mode, the WP1D000DPU05
providing the TC function can support the IWF function of
the same specifications as WP1D000DPU05. Therefore,
no extra DPUf board is required to perform the format
conversion required by A/Abis interface.
WP1D000DPU06 DPUg Number of WP1D000DPU06 boards =
ROUNDUP(MaxPDCHPerBSC/PDCHNoPerDPUg, 0) +
1
This module should be configured when the built-in PCU
is used. The configuration quantity depends on the
maximum number of PDCHs required by the BSC.
WP1D000DPU06 works in N+1 backup mode.
WP1D000EIU00 EIUa 1. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as Abis interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(AbisTDME1No/E1PortPerEIUa,
TRXNoTDME1/TRXFRPerEIUa), 0)
The configuration quantity depends on the number of ports
and the number of TRXs on the Abis interface. An E1 port
(which can be shared in cascading networking) must be
configured for each base station by default.

2. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as A interface boards
= 2 x ROUNDUP(MaxACICPerBSC/ACICPerEIUa, 0)
The configuration quantity depends on the number of CIC
circuits on the A interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
WP1D000PEU00 PEUa Number of WP1D000PEU00s used as Gb interface boards
= 2 x ROUNDUP(GbFRTputPerBSC/GbTputPerPEUaFR,
0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.


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Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000POU01 POUc 1. Number of WP1D000POU01s used as A interface
boards (TDM transmission) = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MaxACICPerBSC/ACICPerPOUcTDM, 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the A interface.

2. Number of WP1D000POU01s used as Abis interface
boards (TDM transmission) = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(AbisTDMSTM1No/STM1PortPerPOU
c, TRXNoTDMSTM1/TRXHRPerPOUcTDM), 0)
The configuration quantity depends on the number of ports
and the number of TRXs on the Abis interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
WP1D000FG201 FG2c 1. Number of WP1D000FG201s used as Abis interface
boards = 2 x ROUNDUP(TRXNoFEGE/TRXNoPerFG2c,
0)

Note: When IP transmission is used on the Abis interface,
this board should be configured. The configuration
quantity depends on the number of TRXs.

2. Number of WP1D000FG201s used as Gb interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(GbIPTputPerBSC/GbTputPerFG2c/GbTputP
erFG2c, 0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.


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Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000GOU01 GOUc 1. Number of WP1D000GOU01s used as Abis interface
boards
= 2 x ROUNDUP(TRXNoGEOptic/TRXNoPerFG2c, 0)
Note: When IP transmission is used on the Abis interface,
this board should be configured. The configuration
quantity depends on the number of TRXs.

2. Number of WP1D000GOU01s used as Gb interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(GbIPTputPerBSC/GbTputPerFG2c, 0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
QW1P8D442000 Trunk cable
(75 ohm)
Number = 2 x (Number of EIUa boards + Number of
PEUa boards)
QW1P8D442003 Trunk cable
(120 ohm)
Number = 2 x (Number of EIUa boards + Number of
PEUa boards)
QW1P0STMOM0
0
STM optical
module
Number = 4 x Number of POUc boards
QW1P00GEOM00 GE optical
module
Number = 4 x Number of GOUc boards
QW1P0FIBER00 Optical fiber Number = 8 x (Number of POUc boards + Number of
GOUc boards)
GMIPBSCIMP00 Installation
material for
BSC
Number = Number of cabinets
GMIS0PDCHL00 PDCH
License
Each GMIS0PDCHL00 processes 128 activated PDCHs.
Number = ROUNDUP(Activated PDCHs/128, 0
Number of DPUd boards that have been configured)



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3.2 BM/TC Separate Mode
3.2.1 BSC6000 BM Configurations
Table 1 BSC6000 BM configurations
Model Description Configuration Principles
QM1BOPBCBN0
0
Cabinet Number = ROUNDUP((Number of MPSs + Number of
EPSs)/3)
QM1P00GMPS02 MPS Only one MPS is configured.
QM1P00GEPS01 Subrack Number = ROUNDUP(max[(EIUa + PEUa + POUc +
FG2c + GOUc 12)/14, (XPUb + DPUf + DPUg + EIUa
+ PEUa + POUc + FG2c + GOUc 20)/24, 0])
QW1D000GCU00 GCUa The configuration quantity depends on the clock modes.
Two GCUa boards are configured if a common clock is
used.
WP1D000XPU01 XPUb The configuration depends on the total number of TRXs,
BHCA requirement, and CS traffic volume (Erlang)
requirement.
Number of WP1D000XPU01s = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(TRXNoPerBSC/TrxPerXPUb x 2,
BHCAPerBSC/BHCAPerXPUb x 2,
ErlPerBSC/ErlPerXPUb x 2))
Note: The support capability of the XPUb is calculated
based on pairs, so the result should be converted to pairs
by dividing by 2.
WP1D000DPU05 DPUf Number =
ROUNDUP(MaxIWFPerBSCTDMIP/IWFNoPerDPUfTD
MIP, 0) + 1
Note: When IP transmission is used on the Abis interface,
this board should be configured. The configuration
quantity depends on the number of IWF channels
(TDM&IP) required by the BSC.WP1D000DPU05 works
in N+1 backup mode.
WP1D000DPU06 DPUg Number =
ROUNDUP(MaxPDCHPerBSC/PDCHNoPerDPUg, 0) +
1
This module should be configured when the built-in PCU
is used. The configuration quantity depends on the
maximum number of PDCHs required by the BSC.
WP1D000DPU06 works in N+1 backup mode.


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Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000EIU00 EIUa 1. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as Ater interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/AterCICPerEIUa, 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the Ater interface.

2. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as Abis interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(AbisTDME1No/E1PortPerEIUa,
TRXNoTDME1/TRXFRPerEIUa), 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of ports and the number of TRXs on the Abis interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
WP1D000PEU00 PEUa Number of WP1D000PEU00s used as Gb interface boards
= 2 x ROUNDUP(GbFRTputPerBSC/GbTputPerPEUaFR,
0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.
WP1D000POU01 POUc 1. Number of WP1D000POU01 used as Abis interface
boards (TDM transmission) = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(AbisTDMSTM1No/STM1PortPerPOU
c, TRXNoTDMSTM1/TRXHRPerPOUcTDM), 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of ports and the number of TRXs on the Abis interface.

2. Number of WP1D000POU01s used as Ater interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/AterCICPerPOUcTDM,
0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the Ater interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.


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Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000FG201 FG2c 1. Number of WP1D000FG201s used as Abis interface
boards = 2 x ROUNDUP(RXNoFEGE/TRXNoPerFG2c,
0)
Note: When IP transmission is used on the Abis interface,
this board should be configured. The configuration
quantity depends on the number of TRXs.

2. Number of WP1D000Fg201s used as Gb interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(GbIPTputPerBSC/GbTputPerFG2c, 0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
WP1D000GOU01 GOUc 1. Number of WP1D000GOU01s used as Abis interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(TRXNoGEOptic/TRXNoPerGOUc, 0)
Note: When IP transmission is used on the Abis interface,
this board should be configured. The configuration
quantity depends on the number of TRXs.

2. Number of WP1D000GOU01s used as Gb interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(GbIPTputPerBSC/GbTputPerGOUc, 0)
Note: When a built-in PCU is used, Gb interface boards
should be configured. The quantity depends on the traffic
volume on the Gb interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
QW1P8D442000 Trunk cable
(75 ohm)
Number = 2 x (Number of EIUa boards + Number of
PEUa boards)
QW1P8D442003 Trunk cable
(120 ohm)
Number = 2 x (Number of EIUa boards + Number of
PEUa boards)
QW1P0STMOM0
0
STM optical
module
Number = 4 x Number of POUc boards


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Model Description Configuration Principles
QW1P00GEOM00 GE optical
module
Number = 4 x Number of GOUc boards
QW1P0FIBER00 Optical fiber Number = 8 x (Number of POUc boards + Number of
GOUc boards)
GMIPBSCIMP00 Installation
material for
BSC
Number = Number of cabinets
GMIS0PDCHL00 PDCH
License
Each GMIS0PDCHL00 processes 128 activated PDCHs.
Number = ROUNDUP(Activated PDCHs/128, 0
Number of DPUd boards that have been configured)
3.2.2 BSC6000 TC Configurations
Table 2 BSC6000 TC configurations
Model Description Configuration Principles
QM1BOPBCBN0
0
Cabinet Number = ROUNDUP(Number of subracks/3)
QM1P00GEPS01 Subrack Number = ROUNDUP(max[(EIUa + POUc)/14, (DPUf +
EIUa + POUc)/24,
MaxAterCICPerBSC/MaxACICPerTCSubrack, 0])
WP1D000DPU02 DPUf Number =
ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/TCNoPerDPUf, 0) + 1
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits. WP1D000DPU02 works in N+1 backup
mode.


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WP1D000EIU00 EIUa 1. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as A interface boards
= 2 x ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/AterCICPerEIUa,
0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the A interface.

2. Number of WP1D000EIU00s used as Ater interface
boards = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/AterCICPerEIUa, 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the Ater interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
Model Description Configuration Principles
WP1D000POU01 POUc 1. Number of WP1D000POU01 used as A interface boards
(TDM transmission) = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MAX(ATDMSTM1No/STM1PortPerPOUc,
MaxAterCICPerBSC/ACICPerPOUcTDM), 0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the A interface.

2. Number of WP1D000POU01 used as Ater interface
boards (TDM transmission) = 2 x
ROUNDUP(MaxAterCICPerBSC/AterCICPerPOUcTDM,
0)
Note: The configuration quantity depends on the number
of CIC circuits on the Ater interface.

3. The quantity is equal to the total number of all the
preceding boards.
QW1P8D442000 Trunk cable
(75 ohm)
Number = 2 x Number of EIUa boards
QW1P8D442003 Trunk cable
(120 ohm)
Number = 2 x Number of EIUa boards
QW1P0STMOM0
0
STM optical
module
Number = 4 x Number of POUc boards
QW1P0FIBER00 Optical fiber Number = 8 x Number of POUc boards


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GMIPBSCIMP00 Installation
material for
BSC
Number = Number of cabinets


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4 Appendix
Appendix 4-1 Traffic Model
GSM-R Call
Profile 20110307.xls

PS Domain
Calculation.xls



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5 Acronyms and Abbreviations
Table 5-1 Acronyms and abbreviations
Acronym and abbreviation Full Name
BHCA Busy Hour Call Attempt
BM Basic Processing Module
BITS Building Integrated Timing Supply System
BSC Base Station Controller
BSS Base Station Subsystem
BTS Base Transceiver Station
CIC Circuit Identification Code
GEPS GSM Extended Processing Subrack
GERAN GSM EDGE Radio Access Network
GGSN Gateway GPRS Support Node
GMPS GSM Main Processing Subrack
GPRS General Packet Radio Service
GSM Global System for Mobile communications
GTCS GSM Processing Subrack
LMT Local Maintenance Terminal


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Acronym and abbreviation Full Name
MS Mobile Station
MSC Mobile Switching Center
PARC Platform of Advanced Radio Controller
PCU Packet Control Unit
SGSN Serving GPRS Support Node
STM-1 Synchronous Transfer Mode 1
TC Transcoder
TDM Time Division Multiplex
TPS Tributary Protect Switch
TRX Transceiver