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ZXMBW R9110

802.16e BTS(4×8)
Commissioning and Data Configuration Manual

Version: V4.02

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.0 03/10/2010 First Edition

R1.1 05/30/2010 The data configuration, data synchronization and version


download procedures are modified.

R1.2 08/30/2010 The commissioning flow, data configuration, data synchronization


and version download procedures are updated.

Serial Number: SJ-20110411154055-007

Publishing Date: 08/30/2010


Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Declaration of RoHS Compliance ................................................................. I
Chapter 1 Commissioning Overview ........................................................ 1-1
1.1 Commissioning Flow .......................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Commissioning Precautions................................................................................ 1-2

Chapter 2 Commissioning Preparation .................................................... 2-1


2.1 Commissioning Preparation Flow ........................................................................ 2-1
2.2 Equipment Inspection before Commissioning ....................................................... 2-2
2.2.1 Engineering Installation Quality Inspection ................................................. 2-2
2.2.2 Inspection of Transmission Equipment....................................................... 2-2
2.2.3 Inspection before Power-on ...................................................................... 2-3
2.3 Powering on ZXMBW R9110............................................................................... 2-3
2.4 Backing up Initial Configuration Data ................................................................... 2-3

Chapter 3 Data Configuration.................................................................... 3-1


3.1 Data Configuration Flow ..................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Data Configuration Collection and Preparation ..................................................... 3-2
3.3 Adding an 802.16e BTS Rack ............................................................................. 3-3
3.4 Adding a Board .................................................................................................. 3-3
3.5 Configuring TRX Parameters .............................................................................. 3-4
3.6 Adding a Cell ..................................................................................................... 3-5
3.7 Adding a Carrier ................................................................................................. 3-6
3.8 Adding a Segment.............................................................................................. 3-8
3.9 Configuring the Connection between TRX and Segment ..................................... 3-10

Chapter 4 Data Synchronization and Saving ........................................... 4-1


4.1 Synchronizing Data ............................................................................................ 4-1
4.2 Saving Data ....................................................................................................... 4-2

Chapter 5 Version Download..................................................................... 5-1


5.1 Version Download Flow ...................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Adding a Version ................................................................................................ 5-2
5.3 Delivering a Version ........................................................................................... 5-4
5.4 Activating a Version ............................................................................................ 5-5
5.5 Validating a Version ............................................................................................ 5-7

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5.6 Querying a Version............................................................................................. 5-8

Chapter 6 Test and Data Backup after Commissioning.......................... 6-1


6.1 Performing Link Test Using the Ping Command .................................................... 6-1
6.2 Performing Stream Media Service Test ................................................................ 6-2
6.3 Performing Web Service Test .............................................................................. 6-2
6.4 Backing up Debugged Configuration Data ........................................................... 6-3

Appendix A Site Information Record Table............................................. A-1


A.1 802.16e BTS Basic Information Record Table ...................................................... A-1
A.2 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table ................................................... A-2

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III
Index ...............................................................................................................V
Glossary .......................................................................................................VII

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About This Manual
Purpose
Thank you for choosing 802.16e radio network system of ZTE Corporation!
The ZXMBW R9110, a 802.16e BTS, is used in outdoor large-capacity coverage. In
addition, it can meet the coverage requirement of basement and square.
This manual introduces the ZXMBW R9110 commissioning flow and how to configure the
data.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for engineers and technicians who perform configuring activities
on the ZXMBW R9110.

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this document effectively, users should have a general understanding of wireless
telecommunications technology. Familiarity with the following is helpful:
l ZXMBW R9110 work principle
l NetNumenTM M31(802.16e OMM-B))

What is in This Manual


This manual contains the following contents.

Chapter Summary

Chapter 1 Commissioning Describes the ZXMBW R9110 commissioning flow and precautions.
Overview

Chapter 2 Commissioning Describes some preparation work before commissioning, including


Preparation inspection, power—on and initial configuration data backup

Chapter 3 Data Configuration Describes data configuration on the OMC during commissioning
ZXMBW R9110.

Chapter 4 Data Describes how to synchronize the configured data to the NE.
Synchronization and Saving

Chapter 5 Version Download Describes how to download board software to the board.

Chapter 6 Test and Data Describes how to perform a test after commissioning and back up
Backup after Commissioning the data configured successfully .

Appendix A Site Information Provides site information record templates which must be filled in
Record Table during commissioning.

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Conventions
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Typeface Meaning

Italics References to other manuals and documents.

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Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, radio button names, check
boxes, drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names.

CAPS Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name.

Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before


proceeding further.

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive


for the reader.

Mouse operation conventions are listed as follows:

Typeface Meaning

Click Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) once.

Double-click Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button)
twice.

Right-click Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button (usually the right mouse button)
once.

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Declaration of RoHS
Compliance
To minimize the environmental impact and take more responsibility to the earth we live,
this document shall serve as formal declaration that ZXMBW R9110 manufactured by
ZTE CORPORATION are in compliance with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European
Parliament - RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the following
substances:
l Lead (Pb)
l Mercury (Hg)
l Cadmium (Cd)
l Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
l PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBB’s)
l PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE’s)

The ZXMBW R9110 manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION meets the requirements of EU


2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies are customized to client specifications. Addition of
specialized, customer-specified materials or processes which do not meet the requirements of
EU 2002/95/EC may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly. To guarantee compliance of the
assembly, the need for compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION in written
form. This declaration is issued based on our current level of knowledge. Since conditions of use are
outside our control, ZTE CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no
liability in connection with the use of this information.

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Chapter 1
Commissioning Overview
Table of Contents
Commissioning Flow ..................................................................................................1-1
Commissioning Precautions .......................................................................................1-2

1.1 Commissioning Flow


Figure 1-1 illustrates the ZXMBW R9110 commissioning flow.

Figure 1-1 Commissioning Flow

Note:

We recommend synchronizing and saving data respectively before and after downloading
software for operation normalization and security.

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1.2 Commissioning Precautions


Comply with the following precautions during ZXMBW R9110 commissioning:
1. Wear an antistatic wrist strap while inserting, extracting and checking modules.
2. According to the requirements of Engineering Specifications, handle components
gently, insert and extract modules carefully, and pack the unused module with an
antistatic bag and properly store it.
3. Commissioning personnel must prepare relevant technical documents.
4. Do not delete the .omc folder and files because the deletion affects installation
modification and future upgrading of OMC. The .omc folder and files are saved under
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\.

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Commissioning Preparation
Table of Contents
Commissioning Preparation Flow ...............................................................................2-1
Equipment Inspection before Commissioning .............................................................2-2
Powering on ZXMBW R9110 ......................................................................................2-3
Backing up Initial Configuration Data ..........................................................................2-3

2.1 Commissioning Preparation Flow


Figure 2-1 illustrates the commissioning preparation flow.

Figure 2-1 Commissioning Preparation Flow

The following describes the stages of the commissioning preparation flow in detail:
l Software and commissioning document preparation
Prepare all software versions, product documentation and Engineering Commiss
ioning Guide.
The documents of the ZXMBW R9110 include:
à Technical Manual
à Installation Manual
à Operation and Maintenance Manual

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l On-site contact information preparation
Confirm installation location, appoint supervisors and keep their contact information.
l Commissioning planning
Know equipment configuration, networking status and network planning parameter
configuration well.
l Hardware preparation
Prepare all necessary tools and instruments, such as screwdriver, multimeter and
network cable and so on.

2.2 Equipment Inspection before Commissioning


2.2.1 Engineering Installation Quality Inspection
To ensure successful ZXMBW R9110 commissioning and guarantee a running
environment meeting the requirement, it is required to check the installation of ZXMBW
R9110, including cable connections, grounding status and the power supply, and deliver a
copy of installation acceptance record. ZXMBW R9110 commissioning can be performed
only after the installation is accepted.
Check the following items according to the requirements of Environment Acceptance
Report:
1. Check whether the installation environment meets the requirements. For indoor
installation, check the power supply, air condition and lighting.
2. Check whether the installation environment meets the security requirements.
3. Check whether the transmission environment is available.
Check the following items according to the requirements of Installation Acceptance Report:
1. Check whether the cables are properly installed .
2. Check whether the cable layout accords with the specification.
3. Check whether the cabinet installation accords with the specification.
4. Check whether the installation of the antenna feeder system accords with the
specification.
5. For indoor installation, check whether the redundant materials and sundries are
cleared away and the cabinet is cleaned after completing the installation.

2.2.2 Inspection of Transmission Equipment


The inspection is to check the hardware before commissioning.
Perform a connection test after the transmission equipment is installed using an Ethernet
analyzer to make sure that the connection is correct. In case of unavailability of the
analyzer, ping one another at both ends of the transmission equipment to view the
detailed information of delay and jitter.

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2.2.3 Inspection before Power-on


Before ZXMBW R9110 is powered on, make sure that:
1. The resistance of the ZXMBW R9110 chassis meets the requirement.
2. The voltage of the power supply is in the allowed range.
3. The power cable and grounding cable of the chassis are correctly connected.
4. The power connector of ZXMBW R9110 is disconnected.

Note:

The internal cables and functional modules of the ZXMBW R9110 chassis are installed
before delivery and need not be checked on site.

2.3 Powering on ZXMBW R9110


Prerequisites
Do not power on ZXMBW R9110 before you complete the pre-power-on inspection.

Context

Caution!
In case that any exception occur during the power-on of ZXMBW R9110, power off it
immediately and find out the reason.

Steps
1. Turn on the main switch of the power supply cabinet.
2. Turn on the switch between the ZXMBW R9110 power cable and the external power
supply.
– End of Steps –

2.4 Backing up Initial Configuration Data


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client has accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.

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Context
The OMC configuration management module provides configuration data backup and
recovery. Before configuration ZXMBW R9110 data, back up the existing data for future
data recovery if necessary.
This function reduces repeated operations and improves equipment commissioning
efficiency, especially in data configurations of multiple ZXMBW R9110s.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management window.

2. In Configuration Management view, select Configuration Management > Data


Backup and Restore to display the Data Backup and Restore dialog box as shown
in Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2 Data Backup and Restore

3. Click Backup.

The Backup dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Backing up Configuration Data

4. Enter an SQL file name and click OK.

Note:
l For a huge amount of data, the backup may last a long time. Please be patient.
l Backup file will be created in the default path \NetNumenM3\ums\ums-svr\ru
ndata\zxcomc\cbwa\cmdata\ in OMC server.

– End of Steps –

Result
After data backup finished a confirm dialog box contain operation result and file path of the
backup SQL file will be shown. And those information also will be shown in Data Backup
and Restore dialog box as following Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-4 Data Backup Finished Information

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Data Configuration
Table of Contents
Data Configuration Flow .............................................................................................3-1
Data Configuration Collection and Preparation ...........................................................3-2
Adding an 802.16e BTS Rack ....................................................................................3-3
Adding a Board ..........................................................................................................3-3
Configuring TRX Parameters......................................................................................3-4
Adding a Cell..............................................................................................................3-5
Adding a Carrier .........................................................................................................3-6
Adding a Segment......................................................................................................3-8
Configuring the Connection between TRX and Segment ..........................................3-10

3.1 Data Configuration Flow


Figure 3-1 illustrates the ZXMBW R9110 data configuration flow.

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Figure 3-1 Data Configuration Flow

3.2 Data Configuration Collection and Preparation


Basic data configuration of ZXMBW R9110 involves physical configuration and radio
parameter configuration, which must be performed on all ZXMBW R9110s.
The configuration data information to be collected and prepared includes:
l 802.16e BTS rack and board configuration information.
l Connection parameter information.
l Radio parameter information.
For commercial offices, the site network planning data need to be collected also include
some important parameter information as shown in Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 Important Parameters for Commercial Office

Parameter Description

Preamble Index first field of downlink frame

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Parameter Description

FA_Index corresponding to a downlink frequency

802.16e BTS ID Base Station ID

Segment ID Segment ID

Foreign 802.16e BTS information of foreign 802.16e BTS, for example, foreign 802.16e
BTS ID, foreign 802.16e BTS downlink frequency

3.3 Adding an 802.16e BTS Rack


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l The WBTSB or Indoor Supplementary Component rack must have been added.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.

2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane, right-click Physical Configuration
under WBTSB or Indoor Supplementary Component and select corresponding button
from the shortcut menu.
3. Select a ID from subsystem as the identification of the 802.16e BTS and choose R02E
Rack for Rack type.
– End of Steps –

3.4 Adding a Board


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the mutex rights.
l The 802.16e BTS rack must have been added.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.

2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane and choose corresponding rack. An
802.16e BTS rack diagram is displayed in the right pane.

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3. Right-click WPTR and select Add WTRX Board, a board type list menu will be shown.
Select a WTRX board type according to the actual configuration.
4. In Configure TRX Parameters window, click OK to finish the board adding.

Note:
Parameters in Configure TRX Parameters window will introduce in Configuring
TRX Parameters.

– End of Steps –

3.5 Configuring TRX Parameters


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l The 802.16e BTS rack and board must have been added.

Context
You can configure TRX parameters when adding the WTRX board, or after the WTRX
board is added successfully. Here describes the second method only.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.
2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane and choose corresponding rack. An
802.16e BTS rack diagram is displayed in the right pane.

3. Right-click the WPTR board (here the board type is TRWC_B) and select Configure
TRX Parameters from the shortcut menu, to display the Configure TRX Parameters
dialog box.

4. Set Antenna mode to 4T8R and set PA Rating Power according to your planning.
5. Right-click a null record from the Carrier Configuration pane and select Add, Add
Carrier dialog box will appear.

6. Select a ID as the identification of the carrier from Carrier drop-down list and select
a port number for the carrier from corresponding drop-down list, then set the Carrier
power, click OK to finish the carrier adding.

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Note:
l When PA Rating Power and TX/RX collect bitmap is defined, the value of
Carrier power can not less than PA Rating Power–30dBm, and for one 802.16e
BTS, the summation of all the Carrier power for different carriers can not larger
than PA Rating Power. In other words, 602dBm ≤ ∑ Carrier Power ≤ 3602dBm.
l Antenna mode and PA Rating Power for a 802.16e BTS cannot be modified
after adding a carrier.

7. Click OK in Configure TRX Parameters to close the window.


– End of Steps –

3.6 Adding a Cell


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l The WBTSB or Indoor Supplementary Component must be available.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.
2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane, and select Radio Configuration under
WBTSB. Click button in Radio Configuration window in the right pane to save
the default value or it is not able to do any other operations because of losing basic
parameters.
3. Right-click Radio Configuration node in the configuration tree and select Add Cell
from the shortcut menu. A new Cell node is displayed under the configuration tree
and the Cell window is displayed in the right pane, as shown in Figure 3-2.

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Figure 3-2 Cell

4. Select a cell ID (0 ~ 5) and enter a cell alias. Then click to save the configuration.
– End of Steps –

Result
A new Cell node will create under the Radio Configuration node on the configuration tree.

3.7 Adding a Carrier


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l At least one cell must have been configured.
l Downlink Frequency must be configured.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.

2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane, right-click a Cell and select Add Carrier
from the shortcut menu, the Carrier window is displayed in the right pane, as shown
in Figure 3-3.

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Figure 3-3 Add Carrier

Note:
If the downlink frequency is not configured before adding a carrier, a prompt message
is displayed and the configuration dialog box is displayed.

3. Set the parameters in the Carrier window, and click to save the modification.
Table 3-2 describes the parameters to be configured. If it is not necessary, or you are
not a senior engineer of 802.16e technology, please use the default value for those
other parameters.

Table 3-2 Carrier Parameter Description

Networking Channel FFT size PHY profile TX/RX gap


mode bandwidth

5M 40-5MHz 2-512 31:15 or 29:18 298

7M 80-10MHz 1-1024 21:12 376

10M 80-10MHz 1-1024 31:15 595

10/3M 80-10MHz 1-1024 31:15 595

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Note:
l Downlink frequency is a key parameter displayed in blue.
l If not necessary, it is recommended that use the default value for the parameters
except carrier id, frequency assignment index, PHY profile, TX/RX gap and
channel bandwidth.

– End of Steps –

Result
A new Carrier node will create under the Cell node on the configuration tree.

3.8 Adding a Segment


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l At least one carrier must have been configured.
l Global parameters must have been configured.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.
2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane, right-click a Carrier and select Add
Segment from the shortcut menu to display the Segment window in the right pane.

3. Configure segment tab.


In Segment tab, set the Parameter. If there are more than one segments under a
carrier, Preamble index, DL PUSC used subchannel bitmap parameters setting are
also required. Click to save settings.

Parameter information and tips:


l You should finish the basic configuration in segment tab and click to save it or
you will not able to configure in other tabs because of losing basic parameters.
l Preamble index and DL PUSC used subchannel bitmap of different segments
under one carrier can not be the same.
l There is a restriction between Preamble index and Segment ID For 1024 FFT,
the restriction show like following Figure 3-4. It is recommended that use the
default value of system for different segment.

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Figure 3-4 Restriction Between Preamble Index and Segment ID

l DL PUSC used subchannel bitmap indicate the subchannel group which is used
by a segment. A new segment will use all the subchannel bitmaps as default. But
in multi-segment situation, 3 segments for example, assign subchannel bitmap to
each segment is necessary. It is recommended that segment 0 use (bit0) Group
#0 and (bit1) Group #1; segment 1 use (bit2) Group #2 and (bit3) Group #3;
segment 2 use (bit4) Group #4 and (bit5) Group #5.
l Value range of Segment ID is 0~2.
4. Apply AGW.
In AGW tab, click button or right-click a null data record and select Add, Add AGW
dialog box will display as shown in Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 Apply AGW

Select a AGW record and click OK to apply it to segment. You can apply more than
one AGW to one segment using setting different priority from the drop-down list.

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Note:
l In radio configuration, when a global AGW under a segment is added, deleted
or modified, the AGW record takes effect for the other segment under the same
802.16e BTS. This ensures that the AGW records of each segment are the same.
l For one segment, up to 4 AGW records can be added.

5. Configure Idle.
In Idle tab, click button or right-click a null data record and select Add, Add Paging
Group dialog box will display as shown in Figure 3-6.

Figure 3-6 Add Paging Group

You can choose one or more paging groups, click OK to apply.


– End of Steps –

Result
A new segment node will create under the Carrier node on the configuration tree.

3.9 Configuring the Connection between TRX and


Segment
Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.
l The WBPM port connection must have been configured.
l The 802.16e BTS rack and board must have been added and the TRX parameters
must have been configured.
l The segment must have been configured.

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Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.
2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane and select corresponding rack. An
802.16e BTS rack diagram is displayed in the right pane.
3. Right-click the WTRX (here the board type is TRWC_B) and select Configure
Connection Between WTRX and Segment from the shortcut menu, Configure
Connection Between TRX and Segment dialog box appears, as shown in Figure
3-7.

Figure 3-7 Configuring Connection between TRX and Segment

4. Select a 802.16e BTS system from Available TRX and a segment from Available
Segment and click Connect.

Note:
When a TRX record is selected, a filtering operation is performed on the available
segments. The filtering principle is that the segment connected with the WBPM to
which the current carrier is connected is filtered. That is, such segment is not displayed
in Available Segment.

The configured connection is displayed in the Connection which have been


configured pane, as shown in Figure 3-8.

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Figure 3-8 Connection between TRX and Segment Configured

Note:
l The segments connected with the same WBPM must have different IDs.
l The enabling antenna of the connected segment must be in the range of the
channel set of the TRX carrier. If the transmitting antenna or receiving antenna
of the connected segment is 0, the first low order transmitting antenna and the
first two low order receiving antenna in the TRX channel set are automatically
enabled.
l The port rate of the connected WBPM must be higher than or equal to the port
rate that the connected 802.16e BTS requires.

– End of Steps –

Result
After the connection between TRX and segment is completed, all boards in the Indoor
Supplementary Component and 802.16e BTS racks turn green, which indicates that the
link is through.

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Data Synchronization and
Saving
Table of Contents
Synchronizing Data ....................................................................................................4-1
Saving Data ...............................................................................................................4-2

4.1 Synchronizing Data


Short Description
The operation is to synchronize the configured data to 802.16e BTS.

Prerequisites
l The OMM server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX right.
l The configuration data must be correct and complete.
l The link between the OMM and NE must be through.
l The 802.16e BTS status must be Integrated or Commercial.

Context
The data configured through the OMM is synchronized using the internal message
mechanism. During the synchronization, the system compares the contents of version
tables, and then synchronizes them if the consistency is satisfied. The services of the NE
can run normally after the data synchronization succeeds.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.

2. In Configuration Management view, select Configuration Management >


Synchronize Data to display the Synchronize Data dialog box.

3. Select the NE to which the data is to be synchronized from the tree in the left pane
and click on the toolbar.

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l NEs must have the Mutex right and NE status must be Integrated or Commercial.
l If you do not select any NE, data synchronization is prohibited.

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Result
After Synchronization completed, Synchronization Result will be shown as following
Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 Data Synchronization Result

Note:
l If the link between the OMM and the NE is not through or the data is virtually
configured, the synchronization fails and the system gives the result showing the
detailed failure information.
l If the link is through and the data is not virtually configured, the synchronization
succeeds.
l You can click to stop the synchronization in case it last a long time. Check the
link and synchronize the data again.

4.2 Saving Data


Short Description
The operation is to save the memory data in the NE host to flash.

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Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX right.
l The data must have been synchronized successfully.

Context
Data saving is related to NE other than the OMC. Every board in the NE writes its memory
data to the flash so that it can upload the data in the flash when resetting. In this way,
board data can be saved and restored flexibly.

Steps
1. Select Views > Configuration Management to open the Configuration
Management view.
2. In Configuration Management view, select Configuration Management > Save
Control to display the Save Control dialog box.
3. Select the target NE in the left pane, choose Save active board data from Save
control command and click . The Confirm dialog box appears.
4. Click OK to start save control.
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Version Download
Table of Contents
Version Download Flow ..............................................................................................5-1
Adding a Version ........................................................................................................5-2
Delivering a Version ...................................................................................................5-4
Activating a Version....................................................................................................5-5
Validating a Version....................................................................................................5-7
Querying a Version.....................................................................................................5-8

5.1 Version Download Flow


Figure 5-1 illustrates the version download flow.

Figure 5-1 Version Download Flow

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1. After the ZXMBW R9110 power on, query the current running version and compare
it with the latest version. If these two versions are inconsistent, update the current
version.
2. If the 802.16e BTS is in Configuring status, version download and version query will
not work.

Table 5-1 lists the ZXMBW R9110 version types.

Table 5-1 ZXMBW R9110 Version Type List

Board/Inter-
CPU BOOT MCU FPGA EPLD
nal unit

WTRX √ √ √ √

WDPA0 √ √ √

WDPA0W √ √ √

1. √ indicates that the board can download the corresponding type of version.

5.2 Adding a Version


Prerequisites
l The OMM server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l The version file must be available under ums\ums-svr\rundata\zxcomc\cbwa\v
ersion in the OMM server.

Context
Version addition is to add a local board version file to the version library in the OMM server.

Steps
1. Select Views > System Tools > Version Management to open the Version
Management window.
2. Select Version Management > Add Version or click on the toolbar to open the
Add Version window, as shown in Figure 5-2.

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Figure 5-2 Adding Version

3. Choose Add Version > Add Version File or click on the toolbar to open the Add
Version File dialog box, as shown in Figure 5-3.

Figure 5-3 Selecting a Version File

4. Select a version file and click OK to add it into the version library.
– End of Steps –

Result
The version addition success information is displayed in the Add Version window, as
shown in Figure 5-4.

Figure 5-4 Version Addition Succeed

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5.3 Delivering a Version


Prerequisites
l The OMM server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l The version has been added.

Context
Version delivery is to deliver the added version file to the main control board and target
board in the NE.

Steps
1. Select Views > System Tools > Version Management to open the Version
Management view.
2. Select Version Management > Deliver Version or click on the toolbar to open the
Deliver Version window.
3. Select Deliver Version > Deliver Version File or click on the toolbar to open the
Deliver Version File dialog box, as shown in Figure 5-5.

Figure 5-5 Deliver Version File

4. Select the system No. of the version file to be delivered in NE, fill in Task alias and
select a execution mode. Then click OK to create a version delivery task.

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l If BOOT is selected, the system downloads BOOT and MMCBOOT version files
only.
l If multiple version types are selected, the system automatically creates multiple
tasks by version type.

5. Right-click one or more tasks and select Deliver Version, as shown in Figure 5-6.

Figure 5-6 Selecting Delivery Task

– End of Steps –

Result
Upon completion of the delivery, the system displays 100% in Progress column.

5.4 Activating a Version


Prerequisites
l The OMM server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l Version addition and version delivery have been completed.

Context
Version activation is to specify a version as the version that the board automatically uploads
when it resets the next time.

Steps
1. Select Views > System Tools > Version Management to open the Version
Management view.
2. Select Version Management > Query Version to open the Query Version window,
as shown in Figure 5-7.

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Figure 5-7 Querying Version

3. Select Query Version > Query Saved Version or click on the toolbar to open the
Query Saved Version dialog box, as shown in Figure 5-8.

Figure 5-8 Querying Saved Version

a. Select the 802.16e BTS system where the saved version to be queried lies in NE
and the corresponding logic board in Board.
b. Select Target package and choose a software package in Package name.
c. Click OK to start version query. The query result is displayed in Query Version,
as shown in Figure 5-9.

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Figure 5-9 Query Result

4. Right-click a record and choose Activate from the shortcut menu to activate the current
version.

Note:
l When Target package is selected, the system compares the queried active
version with the target version in the software package and displays the
comparison result.
l The query result and activation result are displayed in Details and Task Status.

– End of Steps –

Result
Activate result will be shown in the list in Querying Saved Version tab.

5.5 Validating a Version


Prerequisites
l The OMM server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l Version activation must have been completed.

Context
Version validation is to set the active version as the running version of the current board.

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To validate a active board version, reset the corresponding board. There are multiple reset
methods. Here describes forced reset only.

Steps
1. Select Views > Fault Management > Alarm Management to open the Alarm
Management view.
2. Expand the configuration tree in the left pane and choose a rack. Then right-click a
board that supports forced reset and choose Reset Board Forcedly.
3. Click OK.
– End of Steps –

Result
If the board resets successfully, the version is validated successfully.

5.6 Querying a Version


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l The running version or saved version must be available.

Context
For a board, the running version refers to the software version that the board is running
while the saved version is the software version saved in the main control board. Here
describes how to query the running version of a board.

Steps
1. Select Views > System Tools > Version Management to open the Version
Management view.
2. Select Version Management > Query Version to open the Query Version window.

3. Select Query Version > Query Running Version or click on the toolbar to open
the Query Running Version dialog box, as shown in Figure 5-10.

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Figure 5-10 Query Running Version

a. Select the 802.16e BTS system where the running version to be queried lies in
NE and the corresponding logic board in Board.
b. Select Target package and choose a software package in Package name.
c. Click OK to start version query.

Note:
l When Target package is selected, the system compares the queried running
version with the target version in the software package and displays the
comparison result.

– End of Steps –

Result
The query result is displayed in Query Version, as shown in Figure 5-11.

Figure 5-11 Query Result

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Commissioning
Table of Contents
Performing Link Test Using the Ping Command..........................................................6-1
Performing Stream Media Service Test.......................................................................6-2
Performing Web Service Test .....................................................................................6-2
Backing up Debugged Configuration Data .................................................................6-3

6.1 Performing Link Test Using the Ping Command


Prerequisites
l The performance test environment must satisfy the test requirement.
l The AT must have accessed the system successfully.

Context
The successful link test must meet the following requirements:
1. When signal conditions are satisfying, the packet loss rate for pinging 400 and 1500
packets is not more than 1%.
2. The ping packet delays are regular.

Steps
1. While accessing the system, observe and record the uplink and downlink CINRs and
RSSIs, record the uplink and downlink modulation code modes and back up the system
configuration to obtain the test environment information and configuration information.
2. Modify and execute the ping scripts according to expected test times, test interval, ping
packet length and degree of ping packet synchronization. Upon completion, press any
key to collect the test result and save the result file.

3. Modify test parameters as required and repeat steps 1 and 2 to obtain multiple ping
packet test results.

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6.2 Performing Stream Media Service Test


Short Description
This operation is to test stream media performance.

Prerequisites
l The performance test environment must satisfy the requirement.
l The AT must have accessed the system successfully.

Context
The successful stream media service test must meet the following requirements:
1. 4 Mbps stream media can be played stably.
2. The pictures are displayed clearly and smoothly.

Steps
1. While accessing the system, observe and record the uplink and downlink CINRs and
RSSIs, record the uplink and downlink modulation code modes and back up the system
configuration to obtain the test environment information and configuration information.
2. Play stream media sources in different code rates using a RealPlayer to obtain the test
results of different code rates.

3. Play 4 Mbps stream media source circularly to obtain the stream media stability test
result.
– End of Steps –

6.3 Performing Web Service Test


Short Description
This operation is to test Web service.

Prerequisites
l The perform test environment must satisfy the requirement.
l The AT must have accessed the system successfully.

Context
The successful Web service test must meet the following requirement:

Web pages can be browsed fluently and rapidly.

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Steps
1. While accessing the system, observe and record the uplink and downlink CINRs and
RSSIs, record the uplink and downlink modulation code modes and back up the system
configuration to obtain the test environment information and configuration information.
2. Access web addresses using http mode, browse web pages and click hyperlinks to
obtain Web service performance.
– End of Steps –

6.4 Backing up Debugged Configuration Data


Prerequisites
l The OMC server must be running and the client must have accessed the server.
l You must have the MUTEX rights.

Context
After the equipment commissioning succeeds, it is recommended that backup the validated
configuration data in an SQL file.

Steps
1. According to the modified NE information, establish the planning of the backup NEs.
2. Refer to Backing up Existing Configuration Data to finish the operation.
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Site Information Record
Table
Table of Contents
Ÿ 802.16e BTS Basic Information Record Table......................................................... A-1
Ÿ 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table...................................................... A-2

A.1 802.16e BTS Basic Information Record Table


Table A-1 is a basic information record that needs to be filled in during ZXMBW R9110
commissioning and configuration.

Table A-1 802.16e BTS Basic Information Record Table

Name Latitude

Type Longitude

Serial No. Altitude

ID (OMC Configu- Affiliated ASN


ration)

Affiliated Adminis- Equipment Room


trative County and Tel.
City

Equipment Room
Position Descrip-
tion

Daisy-chain Mode
(describe link
structure)

The First Carrier Frequency Point The Second Car-


rier Frequency
Point

Antenna Installa-
tion Position

Cell S0/S1 S1/S2

Antenna Type

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(dBi)

Antenna Horizon-
tal Beamwidth

Antenna Vertical
Beamwidth

Antenna Height

Diversity Mode

Antenna Azimuth

Antenna Downtilt

Electrical Downtilt

Main Feeder
Length

Ambient Terrain
Description

A.2 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table


The version information of every ZXMBW R9110 board needs to be collected and recorded
to facilitate future maintenance of ZXMBW R9110.
To get the 802.16e BTS version information record table, choose ViewsSystem
ToolsVersion Management in the OMC and then choose Query VersionSave to obtain
a *.xls file, as shown in Table A-2 and Table A-3.

Table A-2 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table

Subsys- Version
System NE Alias tem Slot Unit Group M/S No.

Table A-3 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table (Continued)

Special
Target Task Board Version Informa-
Version Status Type Type District CPU Type tion Details

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Figure 1-1 Commissioning Flow................................................................................ 1-1
Figure 2-1 Commissioning Preparation Flow............................................................. 2-1
Figure 2-2 Data Backup and Restore ........................................................................ 2-4
Figure 2-3 Backing up Configuration Data................................................................. 2-5
Figure 2-4 Data Backup Finished Information ........................................................... 2-5
Figure 3-1 Data Configuration Flow .......................................................................... 3-2
Figure 3-2 Cell .......................................................................................................... 3-6
Figure 3-3 Add Carrier .............................................................................................. 3-7
Figure 3-4 Restriction Between Preamble Index and Segment ID ............................. 3-9
Figure 3-5 Apply AGW .............................................................................................. 3-9
Figure 3-6 Add Paging Group ................................................................................. 3-10
Figure 3-7 Configuring Connection between TRX and Segment.............................. 3-11
Figure 3-8 Connection between TRX and Segment Configured .............................. 3-12
Figure 4-1 Data Synchronization Result .................................................................... 4-2
Figure 5-1 Version Download Flow ........................................................................... 5-1
Figure 5-2 Adding Version......................................................................................... 5-3
Figure 5-3 Selecting a Version File ........................................................................... 5-3
Figure 5-4 Version Addition Succeed ........................................................................ 5-3
Figure 5-5 Deliver Version File .................................................................................. 5-4
Figure 5-6 Selecting Delivery Task ............................................................................ 5-5
Figure 5-7 Querying Version ..................................................................................... 5-6
Figure 5-8 Querying Saved Version .......................................................................... 5-6
Figure 5-9 Query Result............................................................................................ 5-7
Figure 5-10 Query Running Version .......................................................................... 5-9
Figure 5-11 Query Result .......................................................................................... 5-9

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Tables
Table 3-1 Important Parameters for Commercial Office ............................................. 3-2
Table 3-2 Carrier Parameter Description ................................................................... 3-7
Table 5-1 ZXMBW R9110 Version Type List .............................................................. 5-2
Table A-1 802.16e BTS Basic Information Record Table ...........................................A-1
Table A-2 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table ........................................A-2
Table A-3 802.16e BTS Version Information Record Table (Continued).....................A-2

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A
Apply AGW .......................................... 3-9

C
Configuration Data Backup................... 2-4

I
Idle Configuration ............................... 3-10

S
Saving Data to Flash ............................ 4-3
Synchronize Configuration Data ........... 4-1

V
Version Activation................................. 5-5
Version Download ................................ 5-1

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Glossary
CINR
- Carrier to Interference and Noise Ratio
OMC
- Operation & Maintenance Center
RRU
- Remote Radio Unit
RSSI
- Received Signal Strength Indicator
WBPM
- WiMAX Baseband Process Module
WBTSB
- WiMAX Base Transceiver Station type B
WDPA
- WiMAX Digital Power Amplifier
WRFE
- WiMAX RF Front End Filter

WRPM
- WiMAX RRU Power Module

WTRX
- WiMAX Transmitter & Receiver

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