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RRU3953/RRU3953w Technical

Specifications
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3.1.1.5.4.40 RRU3953/RRU3953w Technical Specifications

3.1.1.5.4.40 RRU3953/RRU3953w Technical


Specifications
RRU3953/RRU3953w modules are remote radio units and can work in different modes with
different configurations and the software-defined radio (SDR) technique.

Supported Modes and Frequency Bands


The following table lists the modes and frequency bands supported by an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

Table 1 Modes and frequency bands supported by an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Frequency Receive Transmit Mode


Band (MHz) Frequency Frequency
Band (MHz) Band (MHz)

RRU3953/RRU3953 1800 1710 to 1785 1805 to 1880 GSM, LTE FDD,


w and GL

RF Specifications
Table 2 lists radio frequency (RF) specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

NOTE:
ATBR in the RX and TX Channels column indicates that this RF module has A transmit channels
and B receive channels.
C x D W in the Output Power column indicates that this RF module is configured with C transmit
channels and the maximum output power of each transmit channel is D W.
EF MSR indicates that E and F data is carried on the same transmit channel of an RF module.
The GSM receiver sensitivity, as recommended in 3GPP TS 51.021, is measured at the antenna
connector on condition that the channel rate is 13 kbit/s and the Bit Error Rate (BER) is not higher
than 2%.
The LTE FDD receiver sensitivity is measured, as recommended in 3GPP TS 36.104, under a 5 MHz
channel bandwidth based on the FRC A1-3 in Annex A.1 (QPSK, R = 1/3, 25 RBs) standard.
The RRU3953/RRU3953w that works in GSM mode and operates in the 1800 MHz frequency band
complies with the EN 301 502 V9.2.1 standard.
The RRU3953/RRU3953w that works in LTE FDD or multiple service ring (MSR) mode and
operates in the 1800 MHz frequency band complies with the ETSI EN 301 908 V5.2.1 and 3GPP TS
37.104 standards.
When two LTE carriers are configured, it is recommended that the power spectrum density (PSD) of
the two carriers be set to the same value. Power spectrum density = Carrier output power/Carrier
bandwidth (1.4 MHz and 3 MHz bandwidths are considered as 5 MHz bandwidth in this formula.)

Table 2 RF specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Trans Capaci Receiver Sensitivity Output Power Power


mit ty (dBm) Consump
and tion
Recei
ve Receiv Receiv Receiv
Chan er er er
nels Sensiti Sensiti Sensiti
vity vity vity
with with with
One Two Four
Anten Anten Anten
na nas nas

RRU3953/RRU3 2T4R GSM: 8 GSM: GSM: GSM: The See the


953w TRXs -114.0 -116.8 -119.5 RRU3953/RRU3 RRU3953
LTE LTE LTE (theoreti 953w supports the sheet in
FDD: 2 FDD: FDD: cal maximum power 3900 Series
carriers, -106.6 -109.4 value) configuration 2 x Base
the LTE 80 W. When the Station
bandwi FDD: RRU3953/RRU3 Power
dth per -112.1 953w works in Consumpti
carrier GSM mode, it on
is 1.4, supports the Specificatio
3, 5, 10, maximum power ns.
15, or configuration 2 x
20 MHz 60 W. The typical
configurations are
as follows:
Output
power for the
RRU3953/RR
U3953w
Table 2 RF specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Trans Capaci Receiver Sensitivity Output Power Power


mit ty (dBm) Consump
and tion
Recei
ve Receiv Receiv Receiv
Chan er er er
nels Sensiti Sensiti Sensiti
vity vity vity
with with with
One Two Four
Anten Anten Anten
na nas nas

(GSM, 1800
MHz)
Output
power for the
RRU3953/RR
U3953w (LTE
FDD, 1800
MHz)
Output
power for the
RRU3953/RR
U3953w (GL
MSR, 1800
MHz)
For typical PA
configurations,
see Typical Power
Configuration for
RRU3953/RRU3
953w in 3900
Series Base
Station Initial
Configuration
Guide.

NOTE:
If the power sharing feature is activated, assume that UEs in a cell are randomly located.
If the RF module is placed at an altitude of 3500 to 4500 meters, its power reduces by 1 dB. If the RF
module is placed at an altitude of 4500 to 6000 meters, its power reduces by 2 dB.
Station spacing, frequency multiplexing factor, power control algorithm, and traffic model all affect
the gains of dynamic power sharing. In most cases, network plans are designed on the basis of power
specifications of dynamic power sharing.
Before activating the dynamic power sharing feature, enable the DTX and power control functions. In
GBSS8.1, the dynamic power sharing feature is mutually exclusive with the GBFD-113201
Concentric Cell, GBFD-114501 Co-BCCH Cell, GBFD-118001 BCCH Dense Frequency
Multiplexing, and GBFD-117501 Enhanced Measurement Report (EMR) features. In GBSS9.0 and
later versions, the dynamic power sharing feature can be used together with these features. However,
the dynamic power sharing feature currently cannot be used together with the GBFD-117002 IBCA
(Interference Based Channel Allocation), GBFD-117001 Flex MAIO, GBFD-118701 RAN Sharing,
and GBFD-114001 Extended Cell features in GBSS8.1, GBSS9.0, and later versions.
For the RRU3953/RRU3953w working in GSM mode: when the S1 or S2 configuration is applied,
the maximum output power of each carrier on the RRU3953/RRU3953w is 60 W. If the output power
of 60 W is required, the related license must be obtained.After design optimization, the 8PSK and
GMSK modulation schemes enable the same output power for each carrier on the RF module when
any of the S1 through S6 configurations is used. When the S7 or S8 configuration is used, the license
controlling the GBFD-118104 Enhanced EDGE Coverage feature must be obtained. Otherwise, the
8PSK and GMSK modulation schemes cannot enable the same output power for each carrier on the
RF module.
The output power per carrier in the output power table provides the maximum output power
possible while ensuring the network performance.

Table 3 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (GSM, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Number of Output Power per Output Power per


GSM Carriers GSM Carrier (W) GSM Carrier With
Dynamic Power
Sharing (W)

GSM 1 60 60

2 60 60

3 30 30

4 30 30

5 20 25

6 20 25

7 15 20

8 15 20

Table 4 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (LTE FDD, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Number of Output Power per Bandwidth of LTE


LTE FDD Carriers LTE FDD Carrier FDD Carrier (MHz)
(W)
Table 3 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (GSM, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Number of Output Power per Output Power per


GSM Carriers GSM Carrier (W) GSM Carrier With
Dynamic Power
Sharing (W)

GSM 1 60 60

2 60 60

LTE FDD 1 (MIMO) 2 x 60 5, 10, 15, 20

1 (MIMO) 2 x 40 1.4, 3

2 (MIMO) 2 x 40 1.4, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20

Table 5 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (GL MSR, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Total Output Output Bandwidth


Number of Number of Power per Power per of LTE FDD
GSM LTE FDD GSM Carrier LTE FDD Carrier
Carriers Carriers (W) Carrier (W) (MHz)

GSM + LTE 1 1 (MIMO) 40 2 x 40 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


FDD 15, 20

1 1 (MIMO) 30 2 x 50 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

2 1 (MIMO) 40 2 x 40 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

2 1 (MIMO) 30 2 x 50 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

3 1 (MIMO) 20 2 x 40 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

3 1 (MIMO) 25 2 x 30 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

3 1 (MIMO) 30 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

4 1 (MIMO) 20 2 x 40 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20
Table 5 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (GL MSR, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Total Output Output Bandwidth


Number of Number of Power per Power per of LTE FDD
GSM LTE FDD GSM Carrier LTE FDD Carrier
Carriers Carriers (W) Carrier (W) (MHz)

4 1 (MIMO) 25 2 x 30 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

4 1 (MIMO) 30 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

5 1 (MIMO) 20 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

5 1 (MIMO) 16 2 x 30 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

6 1 (MIMO) 20 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

1 2 (MIMO) 20 2 x 30 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

1 2 (MIMO) 20 Carrier 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


1: 2 x 40 15, 20
Carrier
2: 2 x 20

2 2 (MIMO) 20 2 x 30 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

2 2 (MIMO) 20 Carrier 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


1: 2 x 40 15, 20
Carrier
2: 2 x 20

3 2 (MIMO) 20 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


15, 20

3 2 (MIMO) 20 Carrier 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


1: 2 x 25 15, 20
Carrier
2: 2 x 15

4 2 (MIMO) 20 2 x 20 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


Table 5 Output power for the RRU3953/RRU3953w (GL MSR, 1800 MHz)

Mode Total Total Output Output Bandwidth


Number of Number of Power per Power per of LTE FDD
GSM LTE FDD GSM Carrier LTE FDD Carrier
Carriers Carriers (W) Carrier (W) (MHz)

15, 20

4 2 (MIMO) 20 Carrier 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


1: 2 x 25 15, 20
Carrier
2: 2 x 15

4 2 (MIMO) 10 Carrier 1.4, 3, 5, 10,


1: 2 x 40 15, 20
Carrier
2: 2 x 20

Engineering Specifications
The following table lists the equipment specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

Table 6 Equipment specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Input Power Dimension (H x W x Weight (kg)


D)

RRU3953/RRU3953 -48 V DC; voltage range: 400 mm x 300 mm x 150 20 (without the housing)
w -36 V DC to -57 V DC mm (without the
NOTE: housing)
The RRU3953/RRU3953w
supports AC power supply
when connected to an
external AC/DC power
module or an OPM15M.
For details, see AC/DC
Power Module User Guide
and OPM15M User Guide.

The following table lists the environmental specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w.


Table 7 Environmental specifications of an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Operating Relative Absolute Atmosphe Storage


Temperature Humidity Humidity ric Time
Pressure

RRU3953/RRU3953 Without 5% RH to 1 g/m3 to 30 70 kPa to It is


w solar radiation: 100% RH g/m3 106 kPa recommende
-40C to +55C d that the
With solar device be
radiation: -40C installed and
to +50C used within
one year after
NOTE:
its delivery
According to the because of
installation scenario, the failure
traffic load, and rate.
carrier configuration,
the output power of
the
RRU3953/RRU3953
w may temporarily
decrease when they
work in the highest
10C temperature
range.

The following table lists the compliance standards for an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

Table 8 Compliance standards for an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Operating Anti-Seismic Protection Rating


Environment Performance

RRU3953/RRU3953 3GPP TS 45.005 NEBS GR63 zone4 IP65


w 3GPP TS 36.141
3GPP TS 37.141
ETSI EN
300019-1-4 V2.1.2
(2003-04) Class 4.1:
"Non-
weatherprotected
locations"

Table 9 lists the surge protection specifications of ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

NOTE:
Unless otherwise specified, the surge protection specifications depend on the surge waveform of 8/20
s.
All the surge current items, unless otherwise specified as Maximum discharge current, refer to
Nominal discharge current.

Table 9 Surge protection specifications of ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Port Usage Surge Protection Mode Specification


Scenario

Power port Applicable to Surge Differential 2 kV (1.2/50 s)


all scenarios mode

Common mode 4 kV (1.2/50 s)

Surge current Differential 10 kA


mode

Common mode 20 kA

RF port Applicable to Surge current Differential 8 kA


all scenarios mode

Common mode 40 kA

RET port Applicable to Surge current Differential 3 kA


all scenarios mode

Common mode 5 kA

Dry contact or Applicable to Surge current Differential 3 kA


RS485 alarm all scenarios mode
port
Common mode 5 kA

Local power Applicable to Surge 250 A


monitoring port the scenario
or alarm port where the
power supply
module and
the RRU are
installed back
to back or the
scenario
where the
distance
between them
is shorter than
Table 9 Surge protection specifications of ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Port Usage Surge Protection Mode Specification


Scenario

1m

Specifications of CPRI Ports


The following table lists the specifications of CPRI ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

Table 10 Specifications of CPRI ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Number of CPRI Data Topology Cascading Maximum


CPRI Ports Rate Levels Distance
(Gbit/s) from the
BBU (km)

RRU3953/RRU3953 2 1.25, 2.5, 4.9, Star, chain, or GL CPRI The maximum


w or 9.8 dual-star MUX: 4 distances of
the RRUs
from the BBU
vary with the
types of BBP
in LTE mode
as follows:
When
the
LBBPc,
LBBPd1,
or
UBBPd3 is
configured
: 20
When
the
LBBPd2 or
UBBPd4 is
configured
: 40
When
the
LBBPd3 ,
UBBPd5,
or
UBBPd6 is
Table 10 Specifications of CPRI ports on an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type Number of CPRI Data Topology Cascading Maximum


CPRI Ports Rate Levels Distance
(Gbit/s) from the
BBU (km)

configured
:

Cell
quantity
3: 40

Cell
quantity
4: 20

Antenna Capability
The following table lists the antenna capability of an RRU3953/RRU3953w.

Table 11 Antenna capability of an RRU3953/RRU3953w

Type TMA Support Supported RET Antennas

RRU3953/RRU3953w Supported AISG2.0 and AISG1.1

NOTE:
For RF moudles supporting RET antennas, the feeding voltage is 12 V and feeding current is 2.3 A.

Parent topic: Technical Specifications of RRUs