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Configuracion de Datos del Nodo


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Upon completion of this course, you
will be able to:
Master data configuration
procedure with CME
Master procedure of NodeB data
configuration
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Chapter 1 Data Configuration Overview
Chapter 2 Configuring Physical Equipment
Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Chapter 4 Configuring Local Cell
Chapter 5 Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
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Data Configuration Overview
Configuration Tool CME
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CME for Initial Configuration in Network Commissioning
RAN Initial Data Configuration
Configuring data based on the RAN network planning
Exporting configuration data files
Loading the files to the RNC and NodeB through LMTs
CME
Wizards of the
task focused
Planned Radio
data
Cell Radio
Parameter
templates
NodeB
Templates
Script is downloaded
and activated
RAN
RNS
RNC
NodeB
RNS
RNC
NodeB
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CME for Data Modification in Network Expansion
CME
Wizards of the
task focused
Planned Radio
data
Cell Radio
Parameter
templates
NodeB
Templates
Script is downloaded
and activated
Upload
RAN
RNS
RNC
NodeB
RNS
RNC
NodeB
RAN Data Modification
Adding/deleting/modifying a RNC WRBS
Adding/deleting/modifying a NodeB
Adding/deleting/modifying a cell
Modifying algorithm setting for RNO
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Data Configuration Overview
Procedure of NodeB Data Configuration
Configuring
NodeB
Data
Configuring
Physical
Equipment
Configuring
Transport
Configuring
Local cell
Physical equipment must be configured first
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Chapter 1 Data Configuration Overview
Chapter 2 Configuring Physical Equipment
Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Chapter 4 Configuring Local Cell
Chapter 5 Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
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Physical
Equipment
Configuration
Add NMPT
Add
NAOI/NDTI
Add UL BB
Resource Group
Add HBBI
Add NMON
NEMU/GPS
Add
NPMU
Add
NCMU
Add
NPSU
Add
Battery
Create
NodeB
Add MRRU
Chain/Ring
Add HBBU
Add NPMU for
MBBU
Add NPMU
For MRRU
Add MRRU
USED FOR 3812E&A
USED FOR DBS3800
Add HBOI
Add
HULP/HDLP
A
Add
MTRU/MAFU
A
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Procedure of Physical Equipment Configuration
Configuring Physical Equipment
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Configuring Physical Equipment
Creating NodeB
Adding NodeB basic data
The basic data includes NodeB name and
some basic NodeB data such as clock
reference source, transmission line type,
IP address, time zone, and demodulation
mode
Note
A NodeB name must be unique in one RNS
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Configuring Physical EquipmentBTS3812E/A
Adding Boards to Baseband Subrack
Adding boards to the baseband subrack
The board can be NMPT,NMON,HBBI,HBOI,HULP,HDLP,NDTI or
NAOI board
Note
You must configure NMPT first, and configure HBBI before
configuring MTRU and MAFU. NMPT, HBBI/HBOI and NDTI/NAOI
(alternative) are mandatory
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Configuring Physical Equipment BTS3812E/A
Adding Boards to RF Subrack
Adding boards to the RF subrack. The board can be MTRU or
MAFU board
Note
MTRU and MAFU have a one-to-one relationship
You must add HBBI first before you are adding MTRU and
MAFU
MAFU0 MAFU1 MAFU2 MAFU3 MAFU4 MAFU5

MTRU0 MTRU1 MTRU2 MTRU3 MTRU4
MTRU5
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Configuring Physical Equipment BTS3812E/A
Adding UL Baseband Resource Group
Adding a UL baseband resource group and UL process units
Note
Each UL baseband resource group administrates up to six cells
Cells in the same frequency band shall be assigned in the same
UL baseband resource group
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Configuring Physical Equipment BTS3812E/A
Adding NPMU (only for BTS3812A)
Adding an NPMU and its PSU and batteries
Adding NCMU (only for BTS3812A)
The NCMU is the temperature control unit of the
BTS3812A.
Configuring NEMU (only for BTS3812E)
The NEMU is a peripheral of the NodeB
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Configuring Physical Equipment ----DBS3800
Adding HBBU
Adding an HBBU
Note
You can add only one HBBU to a NodeB
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Configuring Physical Equipment DBS3800
Adding MRRU Chain/Ring
Adding an MRRU chain or ring
Note
The MRRU chain or ring is configured
to the HBBU/HBOI CPRI ports
Each HBBU/HBOI has three CPRI
ports
The MRRU chain occupies one CPRI
port, and the MRRU ring occupies two
CPRI ports
Adding MRRU
Note
For the data configuration of a distributed NodeB, each MRRU is
considered as a subrack. The subrack number of an MRRU must be
unique within the distributed NodeB system
Chain
Ring
Star
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Chapter 1 Data Configuration Overview
Chapter 2 Configuring Physical Equipment
Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Chapter 4 Configuring Local Cell
Chapter 5 Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
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Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Sector 1 Configuring Transport over ATM
Sector 2 Configuring Transport over IP

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Configuring Transport over ATM
I ub I nterface protocol over ATM
Control Plane
Transport Network
Control Plane
User plane
Radio
Network
Layer
Transport Network
User Plane
Transport
Network
Layer
Transport
Network
User Plane
NCP CCP
A B C
CCP
NBAP
SAAL UNI AAL2 PATH
Physical Layer
ALCAP
SAAL UNI
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ATM
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Physical Layer
VPI-10
VPI-20
VCI-100
VCI-101
VCI-100
VCI-101
ATM Cell
segmentation packing
Iub data
CBR
E1/T1/SDH(STM-1)
ATM Layer AAL Layer
VBR-NRT
AAL5 AAL1 AAL2
VBR-RT
VPI-10
CES
AAL2 PATH
NCP or CCP or ALCAP or IPoA
IMA/UNI/STM-1
AAL2Path
RNC
NodeB
NCP
CCP 1~n
RNC
Control
Plane
ALCAP
NodeB
User
Plane
Adjnode
I ub I nterface protocol
Configuring Transport over ATM
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Transport
Configuration
Create NodeB
Add NAOI
Add Fractional
ATM
Add UNI LINK Add IMA Group
Add NDTI/HBBU
Add IMA Link
Add Treelink PVC
Add NCP/CCP/
IPoA Device
Add ALCAP
Add CES
(only3812E&A)
Add AAL2 Path
Add Time Slot
Across
Add STM-1 Link
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Procedure of Transport Configuration
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Configuring Physical Links at Transport Layer
Adding the physical links to the NodeB for data transmission
over Iub interface
Note
An E1/T1 port can be configured to any of the following links for
data transmission:
UNI link
Fractional ATM link
IMA link
CES link
An optical port can be configured to any of the following links for
data transmission:
STM-1 link
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Board type Port number Work mode
NDTI
E1/T1 port No.0
IMA,UNI,
CES, Fractional ATM,
Timeslot cross (connect with RNC)
E1/T1 port No.1 IMA,UNI,
CES, Fractional ATM
E1/T1 port No.2~3 IMA, UNI,
Timeslot cross
(connect with lower level NodeB)
E1/T1 port No.4~7 IMA,UNI
NAOI
E1/T1 port No.0~3 CES
Optical port No.0~1 STM-1
Configuring Transport over ATM
Physical Links Configuration
Physical ports(BTS3812E&A)
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Physical Links Configuration
Physical ports(DBS3800)
Board type Port number Work mode
HBBU
E1/T1 port No.0
IMA,UNI,
Fractional ATM,
Timeslot cross (connect with RNC)
E1/T1 port No.1 IMA,UNI,
Fractional ATM
E1/T1 port No.2~3 IMA, UNI,
Timeslot cross
(connect with lower level NodeB)
E1/T1 port No.4~7 IMA,UNI
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Physical Links Configuration
Add an UNI link
Header
256 bits/125 ls
ATM cell mapping field: 30 octets (TS1 - TS15 and TS17 - TS31)
TS0 provides F3 OAM functions:
Performance monitoring (CRC-4)
Transmission of FERF and LOC
Performance reporting
Detection of loss of frame alignment
Header
Header
Header
TS16: Reserved for signaling
ATM cell 53 octets
Header
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Physical Links
Configuration
Add an IMA Group
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY
ATM Original ATM cell stream
from ATM layer
IMA group

Physical I ink #0
IMA group
Recovered ATM cell
stream to ATM layer
Physical I ink #1
Physical I ink #2
IMA virtual link
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Physical Links Configuration
Adding a Fractional ATM Link
Bearing port No. : defines the E1/T1 No. on the NDTI
BTS38XX
NDTI
RNC Iub
interface
board
NDTI E1 0/1 Fractional ATM link
ATM cell carrying
3G data
Fractional E1 slots available for ATM
cell, others may be used by 2G BTS
Transport other information
rather than ATM cell
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Adding NCP
Adding the NCP to the Iub interface
Note
Only one NCP is configured to the NodeB
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
VPI and VCI of NCP
Traffic over the NCP includes: Service type,
Peak cell rate , Sustain cell rate
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Adding CCP
Adding a CCP to the Iub interface
Note
One NodeB supports multiple CCPs
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
CCP No.
VPI and VCI of CCP
Traffic over the CCP includes: Service type, Peak
cell rate , Sustain cell rate
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Adding ALCAP Node and link
Adding the ALCAP node to the NodeB and an ALCAP
link to the Iub interface
Note
One NodeB is configured with only one ALCAP link
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
ATM address of NodeB
VPI and VCI of the ALCAP link
Traffic over the ALCAP link includes :Service type,
Peak cell rate , Sustain cell rate
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Adding AAL2 Path
Adding an AAL2 path to the Iub interface
Note
One NodeB may have multiple AAL2 paths
The number of paths can be calculated based on the
traffic model over the Iub interface
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
AAL2 path ID
VPI and VCI of the AAL2 path
Traffic over the AAL2 path includes :Service type,
Peak cell rate , Sustain cell rate
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Configuring Transport over ATM
Adding Treelink PVC
Adding a Treelink PVC to the lower level NodeB
The Treelink PVC enables the NodeB to connect with its upper
level node and lower level NodeB through different E1/T1 ports
Note
Optional for NodeB initial configuration
Add Treelink PVCs to all the upper level NodeBs when the NodeB is
cascaded with the other NodeBs
Negotiated with the lower level NodeB
PVC to lower level NodeB
Negotiated with the upper level NodeB
PVC to upper level NodeB
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Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Sector 1 Configuring Transport over ATM
Sector 2 Configuring Transport over IP

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Configuring Transport over IP
I ub interface protocol over I P
Control Plane
User Plane
Radio
Network
Layer
Transport
Network
Layer

Transport Network
User Plane
NCP CCP
A C
CCP
NBAP
Data Link Layer
Physical Layer
Data Link Layer
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SCTP
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User Plane
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure
the IP Route
Configure the MP Configure the PPP
Configure the
PPPoE
Configure the
Ethernet IP
NodeB
Configure
the QoS
(optional)
IP Route
Configure
the NBAP
IP Route
Configure
the OM
Configure
the IP path
Start
End
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure the PPP, MP, PPPoE, and Ethernet IP
In a single transport mode, configure one type of transport links.
In hybrid transport mode, configure E1 and FE transport links.
For E1 links, configure PPP or MP.
For FE links, configure PPPoE or Ethernet IP.
IP network
NodeB RNC
PDH/SDH
IP hybrid transmission
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure the IP route
If the gateway type of the route is Ethernet, the next hop address and
the gateway IP address must be in the same network segment
If the NodeB and RNC are in layer 2 networking
The IP addresses of the FE ports on the NodeB and RNC should
be in the same subnet
If the NodeB and RNC are in layer 3 networking
The next hop address is the IP address of the router that
connects to the NodeB or the IP address of the port on a layer 3
switch.
The destination address of packets has the corresponding route in the
routing table.
The corresponding link layer address can be found only when the
router specifies the next hop IP address (gateway).
Configure just one route to the same destination address.
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure the QoS
To configure signaling and OM priorities
IP Quality of Service (QoS) is an IP network capability to provide
specific services over the IP network that uses mutiple bottom-layer
network technologies such as MP, FR, ATM, Ethernet, SDH, and
MPLS
IP QoS supports the switching between the IP precedence and DSCP
The IP QoS configuration is flexible
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure the NBAP
Configure destination IP address & local IP interface, port type and
port number
The IP routes for destination addresses are available
Only one NCP can be configured
Several CCPs can be configured
The destination IP address, local port number, and destination port
number of the NCP/CCP on the same link should be different
When you choose one NCP/CCP on the NBAP tab page, the
corresponding links are displayed in the middle part, and the
corresponding routes are displayed in the lower part

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Configuring Transport Based on IP
Configure the OM
Ensure that the route from the
LMT (or M2000) to the subnet is
configured
Only one OM channel can be
configured
If you choose an OM channel in
the upper part of the OM tab page,
the corresponding route is
displayed in the lower part
The destination IP address of the
OM channel is the IP address of
the NodeB LMT or M2000
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Configuring Transport over IP
Configure the IP path
The IP routes for destination addresses are available
The IP path does not have bandwidth limit. Therefore, to configure the
IP path is to differentiate service priorities. When the HSDPA service
is transmitted, configure two IP paths with different path IDs. The two
paths correspond to R99 service and HSDPA service. There is no
service priority at the NodeB side. Therefore, configure one IP path at
the NodeB side
If you choose one path on the upper part of the IP path tab page, the
corresponding links are displayed in the middle part and the
corresponding route is displayed in the lower part

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Chapter 1 Data Configuration Overview
Chapter 2 Configuring Physical Equiment
Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Chapter 4 Configuring Local Cell
Chapter 5 Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
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Configuring Local Cell
Procedure of Local Cell Configuration
Add
Site
Add
Sector
Add
Local
Cell
Locall
cell
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Configurando una celda Local
Adding Site
Adding a site to the NodeB
Note
A site number within one
NodeB must be unique.

Adding Sector
Adding a sector to the NodeB
Note
A sector number must be unique within one NodeB
Configuring a sector is mainly configuring the corresponding
antenna and feeder system
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Configuring Local Cell
Adding Local Cell
Adding a local cell to the NodeB
Note
Local Cell ID must be unique within the same
NodeB
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
Local Cell ID
Uplink Frequency
Downlink Frequency
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Chapter 1 Data Configuration Overview
Chapter 2 Configuring Physical Equiment
Chapter 3 Configuring Transport
Chapter 4 Configuring Local Cell
Chapter 5 Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
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Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
NodeB provides two modes of operation and
maintenance:
Near end operation and maintenance:
Far end operation and maintenance:
RNC
SNTP Server
M2000
Subnet 2 Subnet 3
IPoA local IP
IPoA Peer IP
RNC BAM IP
Subnet 5
Subnet 4
LMT 2
LMT1
Subnet 1
BTS3812E
NMPT Ethernet
Port IP address
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Configuring Operation and Maintenance Channel
Adding IPoA Device
Configuring an IPoA maintenance channel to the NodeB
Through the IPoA maintenance channel, you may log
in to the NodeB remotely with the LMT or the M2000
Note
You can add only one IPoA maintenance channel to a
NodeB
Negotiated with the peer end RNC
Local IP and Local IP Mask
Peer IP and Peer IP Mask
VPI/VCI
Service Type