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CME System Description
CMEV100R002
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Upon completion of this course, you will
be able to:
Understand the system description
and the feature of CME
Understand the procedure of CME
data configuration.
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References
RAN CME User Guide
RNC Initial Configuration Guide
(CME-Based)
RAN Reconfiguration Guide (CME-
Based)
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Chapter 1 the System Description of CME
Chapter 2 the Conception of CME
Chapter 3 the procedure of CME data configuration
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Functions of the CME
The CME is an auxiliary project design tool
for RAN equipment. The GUI-based CME
has the following functions:
Providing integrated solutions to RAN
data configuration
Improving data configuration efficiency
Reducing daily maintenance cost
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Components of the CME
Components of the CME
Logically, the CME consists of the following
components:
CME server:
It is installed with the database software and
processes core data logically.
CME client:
It is installed with the CME application and
provides GUIs.
Physically, the CME client and CME server
can be located either on the same PC or on
different PCs.
CME Client
Network Equipments
LAN
CME
Server
CME Client
CME
Server
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CME in RNC Disconnected Mode
In RNC disconnected mode, the CME is disconnected
from the RNC. The data is transferred between the CME
client and the CME server.
CMEserver CME client
Read data
Save data
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CME in RNC Connected Mode
In RNC connected mode, the CME is connected to the RNC. The data is
transferred between the CME client, CME server, and RNC BAM server.
Synchronization
channel
CME server CME client
CME
system
RNC
M2000
server
M2000 FTP
server
M2000
server
MML files XML files
NodeB
IPoA PVC
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Features of the CME
Overview of CME Features:
Automatic Data Refreshing on the Iub Interface
Distributed Client and Server
Convenient Resource Management
Intelligent Data Operation
Diverse Data Sources
Multiple Types of Data for Export
User-Centered Design
Project-Based Data Management
Auxiliary Data Modification Tool
User-Friendly Online Help
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Features of the CME
Automatic Data Refreshing on the Iub Interface
When configuring Iub interface data, configure the transport network layer
data to the RNC, and then start the data refreshing function to
synchronize the data at the NodeB with the configured data at the RNC.
Thus, the Iub interface data in the Radio Network System (RNS).
Automatic data refreshing on the Iub interface simplifies data configuration,
ensures data consistency for the Iub interface, and fulfills integrated
WRAN data configuration.
Distributed Client and Server
The CME works in distributed mode, in which the client and server are
separated and work as follows:
A CME server can connect to several CME clients at the same time.
A CME client can connect to different CME servers, but can only connect
to one CME server at a time.
The distributed mode ensures flexibility in applying the CME.
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Features of the CME
Convenient Resource Management
The resource indication on the CME client shows in real time the usage of
transmission resources, such as the bandwidth and physical links.
The device panel on the CME client shows the NodeB hardware data
configuration in real time.
Intelligent Data Operation
The CME automatically operates the key data of neighboring cells, SAAL
links, IP routes, and ATM addresses. And then the CME collects available
resources, puts them into the resource pool, and displays them on the
GUIs.
The CME configures the data available in the resource pool in batches.
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Features of the CME
Diverse Data Sources
Negotiated Data File
RNC BAM Database
NodeB Template
NodeB Data Configuration File
Multiple Types of Data for Export
NodeB Data Configuration File
NodeB Template
RNC Data Configuration File
Negotiated Data File
Field Engineering Design File
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Features of the CME
User-Centered Design (UCD)
The CME provides multiple information navigation modes, such as
navigation by Network Element (NE) and by protocol stack. Some
configuration, such as adding a NodeB or cell or removing a NodeB or cell,
can be performed through the wizard.
UCD simplifies data configuration.
Project-Based Data Management
All configuration data of the CME is stored on the database of the CME
server. You can create multiple projects. Database space separated by
projects enables you to configure different RAN data.
Project-based data management facilitates data backup.
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Features of the CME
Auxiliary Data Modification Tool
The CME can synchronize data with the RNC BAM server. In addition, the
CME provides the wizard for operations in RNC connected mode. The
operations include the following: adding NodeBs in batches, adding cells
in batches, modifying cell algorithm parameters in batches, modifying cell
frequencies, modifying neighboring cell relationships
These operations support MML-based data transfer to NEs in real time
and are applicable to scenarios such as routine maintenance and network
optimization.
User-Friendly Online Help
With the online help, you can query information of parameters on a
configuration interface by the interface name. The parameter information
includes the value range, description, unit, and default value.
The introduction to the CME and description of project operations are also
available from the online help for you to check, browse, import, or export data.
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Chapter 1 the System Description of CME
Chapter 2 the Conception of CME
Chapter 3 the procedure of CME data configuration
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Views of the CME Application
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Concepts of the CME -Project
Concept
A project is a RAN data configuration task with a complete set
of data.

Project Management
Creating a project
Opening a project
Closing a project
Deleting a project
Backing up or restoring a project
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Concepts of the CME -Negotiated Data File
Concept
A negotiated data file contains a set of configuration data that is obtained as
required during site preparation to simplify the initial configuration and expansion.
The data set includes the following data: NodeB basic data at the RNC, cell data
at the RNC, neighboring cell data, neighboring cell relationship data. The
negotiated data template file is saved in .xls format.
Role of the Negotiated Data File in the CME
The negotiated data file can be a data source for CME initial configuration and
expansion.
Method of Obtaining the Negotiated Data File
The negotiated data file is provided with the CME software. The file is available
from \CMEV100R002\import, where stands for the CME installation
directory
Scenarios of the Negotiated Data File
During RAN initial configuration and expansion on the CME, import data in the
negotiated data file into the CME to generate CME configuration data.
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Concepts of the CME -NodeB Template
Concept
A NodeB template contains a set of recommended data predefined with
common configuration types, demodulation modes, and Iub transmission
modes to simplify NodeB data configuration.
Role of the NodeB Template in the CME
The NodeB template can be a data source for NodeB data configuration on
the CME.
Method of Obtaining the NodeB Template
The NodeB template is provided with the CME software. The template is
available from \CMEV100R002\template\NodeB.
Scenarios of the NodeB Template
During NodeB initial configuration on the CME, import a NodeB template
according to the NodeB type.
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Concepts of the CME -NodeB Data Configuration File
Concept
A NodeB data configuration file contains a complete set of NodeB configuration
data for proper operation of the NodeB.
Role of the NodeB Data Configuration File in the CME
The NodeB data configuration file can be directly loaded to the NodeB as an
export file after NodeB data configuration. In addition, the NodeB data
configuration file is an optional data source for NodeB configuration on the CME.
Method of Obtaining the NodeB Data Configuration File
You can export a NodeB data configuration file either after configuring the
NodeB data or from the current network. The file then serves as the data source
for NodeB data configuration.
Scenarios of the NodeB Data Configuration File
Export the NodeB data configuration file to the NodeB LMT after the RAN initial
configuration is complete on the CME. Then load the file to the NodeB and
validate the file.
When reconfiguring the RAN on the CME, import the NodeB data configuration
file to the CME server to synchronize new NodeB data with existing NodeB data.
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Concepts of the CME -RNC Data Configuration File
Concept
An RNC data configuration file contains a complete set of RNC configuration
data for specific RNC operations.
Role of the RNC Data Configuration File in the CME
The RNC data configuration file can be loaded to the RNC as an export file
after RNC data configuration.
Method of Obtaining the RNC Data Configuration File
Export the RNC data configuration file after data configuration on the CME.
Scenarios of RNC Data Configuration Files
The RNC initial configuration file applies to RAN initial configuration.
The RNC incremental configuration file applies to RAN reconfiguration.
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Concepts of the CME -Field Engineering Design File
Concept
A field engineering design file is the one exported with a template to guide
field engineering and to export engineering reports.
Role of the Field Engineering Design File in the CME
The field engineering design file can be an export file after data configuration
on the CME.
Method of Obtaining the Field Engineering Design File
After configuring data on the CME, export the field engineering design file
with the template.
Scenarios of the Field Engineering Design File
The field engineering design file applies to the following two scenarios:
RAN initial configuration
RAN reconfiguration
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Chapter 1 the System Description of CME
Chapter 2 the Conception of CME
Chapter 3 the procedure of CME data configuration
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Work Flow for RAN Initial Configuration
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Work Flow for RAN Initial Configuration
Work Flow for Reconfiguring the NodeB to a Large Scale:
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RNC Initial Configuration on CME (with No Data Imported)
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RNC initial configuration on the CME (with negotiated data imported)
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Work Flow for RAN Reconfiguration
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Principle for CME-Based RAN Reconfiguration
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Procedure of CME-Based RAN Reconfiguration
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CME-Based RAN Reconfiguration Tasks
Adding a NodeB (on the RNC)
Adding a NodeB (on the RNC and the NodeB)
Batch Adding NodeBs
Setting the NodeB Configuration Type
Deleting a NodeB (on the RNC)
Batch Deleting NodeBs (on the RNC)
Setting the Tilt of RET
Setting the ALD Power Switch
Setting the Gain of the TMA
Setting the RTWP Initial Value of the MTRU or MRRU
Setting the Transmission Unit Switch of the MTRU or MRRU
Setting the IF Offset of the MTRU or MRRU
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CME-Based RAN Reconfiguration Tasks
Setting the RX Attenuation of the MAFU or MRRU
Set the RF Desensitivity of the RRU
Adding a Cell
Modifying the Frequency or the Scrambling Code
Modifying the Maximum Transmit Power
Modifying the AICH or PICH Power Offset
Modifying the Neighboring Cell Relationship
Modifying the Algorithm Switch
Modifying Parameters of the RRM Algorithm
Modifying the Cell Access Restriction Information
Comparing Radio Algorithm Parameters
Deleting a Cell (on the RNC)
Batch Deleting Cells (on the RNC)
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