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Non-RF Connections

RBS 6102

DESCRIPTION

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Contents

Contents

1 Introduction 1
1.1 Documentation 1
1.2 Product Overview 1

2 Power Cables 9
2.1 Power Supply Cables 10
2.2 Standard Climate Cables 14
2.3 Extended Climate Cables 15
2.4 Power Cables to RU 16
2.5 Power Cable to DU 19
2.6 Power Cables to CBU 21

3 Signaling Cables 23
3.1 Power Subrack Cables 23
3.2 SAU Cables 27

4 Transmission Cables 29
4.1 DU Transmission Cables 29
4.2 CBU Transmission Cables 30
4.3 ET-MC1 Board Transmission Cables 31
4.4 ET-MFX11 Board Transmission Cables 32

5 Other Cables 35
5.1 GPS Cables 35
5.2 Site LAN Cables 37
5.3 Internal Light Cables 38
5.4 Smoke Alarm Cable 39

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Introduction

1 Introduction

This document describes the Non-Radio Frequency (Non-RF) internal cabling


in the Radio Base Station (RBS) 6102 outdoor cabinet and is for use for
planning and by on-site Operation and Maintenance (O&M) personnel.

1.1 Documentation
The following documents are related to cabling and configuration:

• The antenna and RF cabling is described in Antenna and RF Connections.

• The hardware configurations focusing on Radio Frequency (RF)


capabilities and positions and interconnection of units are described in
RBS Configurations.

1.2 Product Overview


Internal cabling is divided in the following groups:

• Power cables are described in Section 2 on page 9.

• Signaling cables are described in Section 3 on page 23.

• Other cables are described in Section 5 on page 35.

1.2.1 Overview of the DU-based Cabinet


This section contains an overview of the standard hardware units required,
regardless of configuration or frequency.

The location of the units in the cabinet are shown in Figure 1.

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D K C M
E
B

F
N

J
J

H
I A
Ge0868A

Figure 1 RBS Outdoor Cabinet with Digital Unit

Position Description
A Power subrack including:
• Power Distribution Unit (PDU)
• Support Hub Unit (SHU)
• Power Supply Unit (PSU)
• Battery Fuse Unit (BFU) or Power Connection Unit DC (PCU
DC)
B Internal fans (standard climate)
C External fans (standard climate)
D External fans (extended climate; optional)
E Internal fans (extended climate; optional)
F Radio Unit (RU)
G Digital Unit
H Power Connection Unit AC (PCU AC)
I Power Connection Filter (PCF)
J Space for transmission equipment or backup batteries (optional)

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Position Description
K Support Control Unit (SCU)
L Support Alarm Unit (SAU) (optional)
M Heater (AC or DC) (optional)
N Space for radio subrack or backup batteries (optional)

1.2.2 Overview of the CBU-based Cabinets


This section contains an overview of the standard hardware units required,
regardless of configuration or frequency.

1.2.2.1 Overview of the Cabinet with Digital Subrack

The location of the units in the cabinet are shown in Figure 2.

D K C M
E
B

F
N

G
J

H
I A
Ge0414A

Figure 2 RBS Outdoor Cabinet with Digital Subrack

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Position Description
A Power subrack including:
• Power Distribution Unit (PDU)
• Support Hub Unit (SHU)
• Power Supply Unit (PSU)
• Battery Fuse Unit (BFU) or Power Connection Unit DC (PCU
DC)
B Internal fans (standard climate)
C External fans (standard climate)
D External fans (extended climate; optional)
E Internal fans (extended climate; optional)
F Radio Unit (RU)
G Digital subrack including:
• Control Base Unit (CBU)
• Exchange Terminal (ET) board
• Random Access and Receiver (RAX) board
• Transmitter (TX) board
• Radio Unit Interface (RUIF)
H Power Connection Unit AC (PCU AC)
I Power Connection Filter (PCF)
J Space for transmission equipment or backup batteries (optional)
K Support Control Unit (SCU)
L Support Alarm Unit (SAU) (optional)
M Heater (AC or DC) (optional)
N Space for radio subrack or backup batteries (optional)

The internal cables are connected on the front of the units except for the cable
for the temperature sensor that goes to the side of the SCU.

1.2.2.2 Overview of the Cabinet with Baseband Cassette

The location of the units in the cabinet are shown in Figure 3.

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D K C M
E
B

F
N
R R R
U U U

G
L

J
J

H
I A
O
Ge0536A

Figure 3 RBS Outdoor Cabinet with Baseband Cassette

Position Description
A Power subrack including:
• Power Distribution Unit (PDU)
• Support Hub Unit (SHU)
• Power Supply Unit (PSU)
• Battery Fuse Unit (BFU) or Power Connection Unit DC (PCU
DC)
B Internal fans (standard climate)
C External fans (standard climate)
D External fans (extended climate; optional)
E Internal fans (extended climate; optional)
F Radio Unit (RU)

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Position Description
G Baseband cassette including:
• Control Base Unit (CBU)
• Exchange Terminal (ET) board
• Random Access and Receiver (RAX) board
• Transmitter (TX) board
• Radio Unit Interface (RUIF)
H Power Connection Unit AC (PCU AC)
I Power Connection Filter (PCF)
J Space for transmission equipment or backup batteries (optional)
K Support Control Unit (SCU)
L Support Alarm Unit (SAU) (optional)
M Heater (AC or DC) (optional)
N Space for future use
O Space for transmission equipment (optional)

The internal cables are connected on the front of the units except for the cable
for the temperature sensor that goes to the side of the SCU.

1.2.3 Overview of the SCU


The connections on the SCU are shown in Figure 4.

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SCU 0101

Fault
Operational

Fault Fault

Alarm
Alarm
Smoke detector

Outdoor functions
Heater B (DC)

Outdoor functions
Heater A (AC and DC) Fan Group 4 Fan Group 2

Fault Fault

EC-bus C
Door switch
Internal light

EC-bus B
Fan Group 3 Fan Group 1

EC-bus A
Temperature sensor

SAU
-48 VDC (1) -48 VDC (2)

Ge0512A

Figure 4 Connections on the SCU

All cables are connected on the front of the unit except for the cable for the
temperature sensor that goes to the side of the SCU.

1.2.4 Strapping Points


Cable routing and strapping points are shown in Figure 5.

Internal fan cable strapping points are shown in Figure 6.

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Cable routing
of power cables
to RU´s and
SAU cable iternal light on
outing cable shelf

Cable routing
and strapping
points

Ge0651

Figure 5 Cable Routing and Strapping Points

Cable routing and strapping points

Ge0652A

Figure 6 Internal Fan Strapping Points

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Power Cables

2 Power Cables
This section describes the internal power cables in the RBS as follows:

• Mains supply cabling is described in Section 2.1 on page 10.

• Cabling between to the fans is described in Section 2.2 on page 14 and


Section 2.3 on page 15.

• Cabling to the RU is described in Section 2.4 on page 16.

• Cabling to the DU is described in Section 2.5 on page 19.

• Cabling to the CBU is described in Section 2.6 on page 21.

An example of how the power units are positioned in the power subrack is
shown in Figure 7.

The internal power cables and the signal cables must be routed on the left
side of the cabinet.

SHU

PDU

PDU

PDU

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

BFU
Ge0361B

Figure 7 Example of a Fully Equipped Power Subrack

The power in the cabinet can be configured in different connection variants


depending on the system voltage as shown in Figure 8 and described in Table 1.

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RBS

AC PDU
PSU AC

Int. Bat. BFU


Backup
Ext. Bat. Backup
Ext. Bat.
Backup PCF
-48 V DC
PCU DC
-48 V DC
Ge0415A

Figure 8 Power Connection

Table 1 Power Connection Variants


Mains Installation System Voltage Battery Internal System Voltage
Supply Interface Interface Backup Interface Interface
AC PSU AC 01 PCU AC 01 Internal BFU BFU

048 V DC PCF 01 PCU DC 01 External PCF 01 BFU

For PCU DC placement in the cabinet, see Section 1.2 on page 1.

2.1 Power Supply Cables


Internal power supply cabling for the different power connection alternatives are
described in this section with figures and corresponding tables.

2.1.1 PCU AC, PCF, BFU, and AC or DC Heater Cables


The RBS is supplied with AC mains, an internal BFU for the 048 V DC battery
backup and an AC or DC heater as shown in Figure 9 and decribed in Table 2.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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SCU

DC heater
AC heater

DC heater
5

PDU

Int. Bat. PSU AC


Backup

Optional
PCF
BFU
Ext. Bat.
Backup PCF 8
6 1

PCU AC

Ge0369C

Figure 9 PCU AC, PCF, BFU, and AC or DC Heater Cables

Note: Figure 9 shows the maximal configuration.

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Table 2 PCU AC, PCF, BFU, and AC or DC Heater Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PCU AC - PSU AC in 1,2,3 3 Included in PCU AC
2 PCU AC outlet - PSU AC in 4 1 RPM 777 270/01000
3 PCU AC outlet - AC heater 1 Included in AC heater
4 AC heater - SCU (see Figure 4) 1 Included in AC heater
5 PDU1 CB7 - DC heater 2 Included in DC heater
PDU2 CB7 - DC heater
6 PCF - BFU/PCU DC 1 Included in PCF
7 DC heater - SCU (see Figure 4) 2 Included in DC heater
8 PCF - BFU Batt temp 1 RPM 777 171/01300

Note: Positions 4 and 7 in Table 2 are signal cables.

2.1.2 PCU DC or BFU, PCF, and DC Heater Cables


The RBS is supplied with -48 V DC and DC heaters as shown in Figure 10 and
described in Table 3.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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SCU

DC heater

DC heater
2

PDU

PDU

PCF PCU DC/


BFU
4
1
Ge0370C

Figure 10 PCU DC or BFU, PCF, and DC Heater Cables

Table 3 PCU DC or BFU, PCF, and DC Heater Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PCF - PCU DC 1 Included in PCF
2 PDU1 CB7 - DC heater 2 Included in DC heater
PDU2 CB7 - DC heater
3 DC heater - SCU (see Figure 4) 2 Included in DC heater
4 PCF - BFU Batt temp 1 RPM 777 171/01300

Note: Position 3 in Table 3 is a signal cable.

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2.2 Standard Climate Cables


Power cabling for standard climate is shown in Figure 11 and decribed in
Table 4.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

External fans

Door Switch 6

SCU
5 4
Internal fans

1 2
3 Temperature sensor

SHU
IN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7

PDU

Ge0367B

Figure 11 Standard Climate Cables

Table 4 Standard Climate Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB2 - SCU -48V (1) 1 RPM 777 193/00550
2 PDU1 CB3 - SCU -48V (2) 1

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Pos. Connections Qty Product No.


3 SCU Fan group 1 - internal fans 2 Included in fan
4 SCU Fan group 2 - external fans 3 RPM 777 273/00680
common block
5 Door Switch - SCU (see Figure 4) 1 RPM 777 255/00150
6 External fans common block - 3 Included in fan
external fans
7 Temperature sensor - SCU (see 1 RPM 777 249/00300
Figure 4)

2.3 Extended Climate Cables


Power cabling for the extended climate is shown in Figure 12 and decribed in
Table 5.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

External fans

SCU
2
Internal fans

Ge0368A

Figure 12 Extended Climate Cables

Table 5 Extended Climate Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 External fans common block - 3 Included in fan
external fans

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Pos. Connections Qty Product No.


2 SCU Fan group 4 - external fans 3 RPM 777 273/00680
common block
3 SCU Fan group 3 - internal fans 2 Included in fan

2.4 Power Cables to RU


The power cabling from the PDU to 3 RUs is shown in Figure 13 and described
in Table 6.

The power cabling from the PDUs to 6 RUs is shown in Figure 14 and described
in Table 7.

The power cabling from the PDUs to 12 RUs is shown in Figure 15 and
described in Table 8.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

RU RU RU

PDU

Ge0547B

Figure 13 Power Cables to 3 RUs

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Table 6 Power Cables to 3 RUs


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB4 – RU1 3 RPM 777 193/00800
PDU1 CB5 – RU2
PDU1 CB6 – RU3

RU RU RU RU RU RU

PDU

PDU

Ge0371B

Figure 14 Power Cables to 6 RUs

Table 7 Power Cables to 6 RUs


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB4 – RU1 6 RPM 777 193/00800
PDU2 CB4 – RU2
PDU1 CB5 – RU3
PDU2 CB5 – RU4
PDU1 CB6 – RU5
PDU2 CB6 – RU6

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1 1

PDU RU RU RU RU RU RU

PDU

PDU

RU RU RU RU RU RU

Ge1351A

Figure 15 Power Cables to 12 RUs

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Table 8 Power Cables to 12 RUs


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB4 – RU1 12 RPM 777 193/00800
PDU1 CB5 – RU2
PDU1 CB6 – RU3
PDU2 CB4 – RU4
PDU2 CB5 – RU5
PDU2 CB6 – RU6
PDU3 CB2 – RU7
PDU3 CB3 – RU8
PDU3 CB4 – RU9
PDU3 CB5 – RU10
PDU3 CB6 – RU11
PDU3 CB7 – RU12

2.5 Power Cable to DU


Power cabling from the PDU to the DU is shown in Figure 16 and described in
Table 9.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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DU DU

PDU

PDU

Ge0869B

Figure 16 Power Cable to One or Two DUs

Table 9 Power Cable to One or Two DUs


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB1 - DU1 PWR 2 RPM 777 193/00800
PDU2 CB1 - DU2 PWR

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DU3 DU4 DU1 DU2

PDU3

PDU2

PDU1

Ge1352A

Figure 17 Power Cable to Three or Four DUs

Table 10 Power Cable to Three or Four DUs


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB1 - DU1 PWR 3-4 RPM 777 193/00800
PDU2 CB1 - DU2 PWR
PDU3 CB1 - DU3 PWR
PDU2 CB2 - DU4 PWR

2.6 Power Cables to CBU


Note: CBU cabling is only applicable for WCDMA applications.

Power cabling from the PDU to the CBU is shown in Figure 18 and described
in Table 11.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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PDU CBU
1

Digital subrack

Ge0372B

Figure 18 Power Cables to CBU

Table 11 Power Cables to CBU


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 PDU1 CB1 - CBU DC in 1 RPM 777 206/00600

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Signaling Cables

3 Signaling Cables

This section describes the internal signaling cables in the RBS.

3.1 Power Subrack Cables


The signaling cables between the SHU and the power units are shown in Figure
19 and described in Table 12.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

SHU

PDU 2

1
PDU

PDU

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

BFU

Ge0373C

Figure 19 SHU Cabling

Table 12 SHU Cabling


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 BFU EC bus - SHU B5 1 RPM 777 01/00700

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Pos. Connections Qty Product No.


2 PSU AC1 EC bus - SHU A3 7 RPM 777 01/00500
PSU AC2 EC bus - SHU B3
PSU AC3 EC bus - SHU A4
PSU AC4 EC bus - SHU B4
(1)
PDU1 EC bus - SHU A2
PDU2 EC bus - SHU B2
PDU3 EC bus - SHU B7
(1) Included in partly equipped cabinets.

3.1.1 SCU to SHU Cables


The signaling cable between the SHU and the SCU is shown in Figure 20 and
described in Table 13.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

SCU

SHU
IN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Ge0396B

Figure 20 SCU to SHU Cables

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Table 13 SCU to SHU Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 SHU A1 - SCU EC-bus A 1 RPM 777 01/00500

3.1.2 SHU to DU Cables

The signalling cable between the SHU and the DU is shown in Figure 21 and
described in Table 14.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

SHU
DU3 2 DU2
DU4 DU1
1

EC

DU#

Ge0930B

Figure 21 SHU to DU Cables

Table 14 SHU to DU Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 SHU A1 – DU1 EC bus 1 – 2 RPM 777 01/00500
SHU B5 – DU2 EC bus

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Pos. Connections Qty Product No.


2 SHU B6 – DU3 EC bus 1-2 RPM 777 01/01000
SHU B7 – DU4 EC bus
SHU B5 – DU# EC bus

3.1.3 SHU to CBU Cables


Note: CBU cabling is only applicable for WCDMA applications.

The signaling cable between the SHU and the CBU is shown in Figure 22 and
described in Table 15.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

SHU

CBU

Digital subrack

Ge0374B

Figure 22 SHU to CBU Cables

Table 15 SHU to CBU Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 SHU A in - CBU EC bus 1 RPM 777 16/01000

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Signaling Cables

3.2 SAU Cables


The signalling cables between the SAU - SCU and SAU - Overvoltage
Protection (OVP) is shown in Figure 23 and described in Table 16.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

SCU

SAU

2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2

OVP OVP OVP OVP

Ge0407A

Figure 23 SAU Cables

Table 16 SAU Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 SAU power EC bus - SCU SAU 1 RPM 777 130/00950

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Pos. Connections Qty Product No.


2 SAU alarm port 1 - OVP 1 port 1 8 RPM 777 143/01200
3 SAU alarm port 2 - OVP 1 port 2
4 SAU alarm port 3 - OVP 2 port 1
5 SAU alarm port 4 - OVP 2 port 2
6 SAU alarm port 5 - OVP 3 port 1
7 SAU alarm port 6 - OVP 3 port 2
8 SAU alarm port 7 - OVP 4 port 1
9 SAU alarm port 8 - OVP 4 port 2

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Transmission Cables

4 Transmission Cables

Note: CF cabling is only applicable for WCDMA applications.

4.1 DU Transmission Cables


The transmission cable for the DU is shown in Figure 24 and described in
Table 17.

DU

ET A
ET B

1 2 1 2
OVP OVP
T1/E1/J1 T1/E1/J1

Ge0870A

Figure 24 DU Transmission Cables

Table 17 DU Transmission Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 DU ET A - OVP 1 port 1 2 RPM 777 143/01200
DU ET B - OVP 2 port 1

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4.2 CBU Transmission Cables


The transmission cables for the CBU are shown in Figure 25 and described in
Table 18 or in Table 19.

Note: If the 2 x ET-MC1 board configuration is used, no CBU ports are used.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

CBU

ET 1-2

ET 3-4
Digital Subrack

1 2

1 2 1 2
OVP OVP
Installed on right
OVP inlet
Ge0403A

Figure 25 CBU Transmission Cables

Table 18 CBU Transmission Cables in the RBS with Digital Subrack


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 CBU ET1-2 - OVP 1 port 1 1 RPM 777 15/00700
2 CBU ET3-4 - OVP 2 port 1 1

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Table 19 CBU Transmission Cables in the RBS with Baseband Cassette


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 CBU ET1-2 - OVP 1 port 1 1 RPM 777 15/01200
2 CBU ET3-4 - OVP 2 port 1 1

4.3 ET-MC1 Board Transmission Cables


The transmission cables for the ET-MC1 board are shown in Figure 26 and
described in Table 20 or in Table 21.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

ET-MC1
Digital
Subrack

1 2 3 4

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
OVP OVP OVP OVP
Installed on right OVP inlet
Ge0404A

Figure 26 ET-MC1 Board Transmission Cables

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Table 20 ET-MC1 Board Transmission Cables in the RBS with Digital


Subrack
Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 ET-MC1 D - OVP 1 port 1 1 RPM 777 15/00700
2 ET-MC1 C - OVP 2 port 1 1
3 ET-MC1 B - OVP 3 port 1 1
4 ET-MC1 A - OVP 4 port 1 1

Table 21 ET-MC1 Board Transmission Cables in the RBS with Baseband


Cassette
Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 ET-MC1 D - OVP 1 port 1 1 RPM 777 15/01200
2 ET-MC1 C - OVP 2 port 1 1
3 ET-MC1 B - OVP 3 port 1 1
4 ET-MC1 A - OVP 4 port 1 1

4.4 ET-MFX11 Board Transmission Cables


The electrical transmission cables for the ET-MFX11 board are shown in Figure
27 and described in Table 22.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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ET-MFX 11 Digital
Subrack

Ge0405A

Figure 27 ET-MFX11 Board Transmission Cables

Table 22 ET-MFX11 Board Transmission Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 ET-MFX11 F - cable shelf 1 RPM 777 71/00300

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Other Cables

5 Other Cables

This section describes the other types of cables in the RBS.

5.1 GPS Cables


The cable from the Global Positioning System (GPS) on the DU to the GPS
receiver is shown in Figure 28 and described in Table 23.

The cables from the GPS on the CBU to the OVP are shown in Figure 29 and
described in Table 24 or in Table 25.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

DU DU

GPS GPS

1 2
GPS receiver
Ge0871A

Figure 28 GPS Cables for DU-based RBS

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Table 23 DU GPS Cable


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 DU 1 GPS - GPS receiver Port 1 2 RPM 777 143/01200
DU 2 GPS - GPS receiver Port 2

CBU

Digital Subrack
GPS

1 2
OVP
Installed on left OVP inlet
position 6
Ge0397A

Figure 29 GPS Cables for CBU-based RBS

Table 24 GPS Cables in the RBS with Digital Subrack


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 CBU GPS - OVP 1 Port 1 1 RPM 777 15/00700

Table 25 GPS Cables in the RBS with Baseband Cassette


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 CBU GPS - OVP 1 port 1 1 RPM 777 15/01200

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Other Cables

5.2 Site LAN Cables


This section describes the Site LAN cables in the RBS.

Note: If the RBS is configured with an ET-MFX11 board, the Site LAN cable
must be connected to the ET-MFX11 board.

5.2.1 Site LAN Cables over CBU


The cables for Site LAN over the CBU are shown in Figure 30 and described
in Table 26.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

CBU

Digital Subrack

Eth
1

Ge0399A

Figure 30 Site LAN Cables over CBU

Table 26 Site LAN Cables over CBU


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 CBU Eth 1 RPM 777 71/00300

5.2.2 Site LAN Cables over ET-MFX11 Board

The cables for Site LAN over the ET-MFX11 board are shown in Figure 31 and
described in Table 27.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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Non-RF Connections

ET-MFX 11 Digital
Subrack

Ge0400A

Figure 31 Site LAN Cables over ET-MFX11 Board

Table 27 Site LAN Cables over ET-MFX11 Board


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 ET-MFX11 D 1 RPM 777 71/00300

5.3 Internal Light Cables


The cable for the Internal light is shown in Figure 32 and described in Table 28.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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Other Cables

SCU

Internal light
Ge0375A

Figure 32 Internal Light Cables

Table 28 Internal Light Cables


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 Internal light - SCU (see Figure 4) 1 Included in Internal light

5.4 Smoke Alarm Cable


The cable for the smoke alarm is shown in Figure 33 and described in Table 29.

For cable routing and strapping points, see Section 1.2.4 on page 7.

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Non-RF Connections

SCU

Smoke
alarm

Ge0378A

Figure 33 Smoke Alarm Cable

Table 29 Smoke Alarm Cable


Pos. Connections Qty Product No.
1 SCU alarm - smoke alarm 1 RPM 777 271/01100
included in smoke
detector kit NTM 201
3331/2

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