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OUTLINE

WCDMA BASICS
NODE-B FUNCTIONALTY
RNC FUNCTIONALITY
Node-B Integration

WCDMA BASICS
High Data Rates in 5MHz
384KBPS with wide-area-coverage.
2 Mbps with local coverage.
HIGH SERVICE FLEXIBILTY
Support for services with variable rate.
Support for simultaneous services
Support of multiple parallel variable rate services on one
connection
Packet & Circuit switched services.
Fast & Efficient packet access
Higher capacity.
Mainly Network structure is based on GSM & air interface on
CDMA.The backbone is ATM but IP is also possible.

WCDMA SPECTRUM

Spectrum allocation for UTRA FDD


(Europe & part of Asia)
Uplink

Downlink

1920 - 1980 MHz

2110 - 2170 MHz

60 MHz
5 MHz

Spectrum is
allocated to
operators at
this level

Chip sequnces are multiplexed in code domain


and transmitted within a 5 MHz frequency slot.
The chip rate is always 3.84 Mchips/s.

WCDMA ARCHITECTURE

UTRAN ARCHITECTURE

WCDMA AIR INTERFACE


UE access the network
through a unique code
known as spreading code or
channelization code.
These codes are orthogonal
in nature i.e. the product of
the code with itself is 1 and
with any other code is 0.
In WCDMA, all cells may use
the same carrier frequency
but different scrambling
codes. This means no
frequency planning, but
scrambling code and power
planning instead!

SCRAMBLING CODE
Each cell is assigned a unique (within some geographical area)
scrambling code.
Each individual mobile is assigned a unique scrambling code (1out of
224)
Type of code
Truncated Gold codes
The period of the code (in WCDMA) is 10 ms, or 38400 chip
Properties
Low out-of-phase auto-correlation peaks (maximizes probability of
correct synchronization)
Low cross-correlation peaks (minimizes interference between MS:s
and BS:s)

CHANNELIZATION CODE
Used to separate different physical channels within a cell
i.e. channels that are transmitted on the same scrambling
code
Type of code
Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor (OVSF) codes
The period is always a radio symbol, length of period
depends on spreading factor.
Properties
Mutually orthogonal (when perfectly synchronized)
Theoretically possible to fully separate the physical
channels at the receiver

OVSF Code-Tree Generation of orthogonal code


OVSF-Orthogonal variable
spreading factor.
SF=Chip rate/Symbol rate
Chip rate is constant in WCDMA=3.84 Mcps

Therefore shorter the Spreading code


greater is the bit rate over airinterface.

A physical channel may use a


certain code in the tree if no other
physical channel uses a code from
an underlying branch.

Spreading in WCDMA
Channelization
Channelization
code
code
Channel
Channel
data
data

Scrambling
Scrambling
code
code
QPSK

Channel
bit rate

Usage
Usageof
ofcode
code

Chip rate
Chip rate
(always 3.84 Mchips/s)

Uplink
Uplink

Channelization code
Scrambling code

Downlink
Downlink
User separation

User separation

Cell separation

Spreading in WCDMA
SF = Spreading factor
Chip
Chip rate
rate =
= SF
SF xx channel
channel bit
bit rate
rate
Uplink:
Uplink: DPCCH
DPCCH SF
SF =
= 256,
256, DPDCH
DPDCH SF
SF =
= 44 -- 256
256
Downlink:
Downlink: DPCH
DPCH SF
SF =
= 44 -- 256
256 (512)
(512)
One bit consists
of 4 chips

One bit consists


of 256 chips

Uplink DPDCH bit rates


SF

Channel bit rate


(kb/s)

User data rate


(kb/s)

256

15

approx. 7.5

128

30

approx. 15

64

60

approx. 30

32

120

approx. 60

16

240

approx. 120

480

approx. 240

960

approx. 480

Uplink DPCCH bit rate


SF

Channel bit rate

256

15 kb/s

How many control


channel bits does one
time slot contain?

Each 10 ms radio frame (38400 chips long) is divided


into 15 time slots (2560 chips long).
Since SF = 256, each time slot contains 10 control
channel bits that can be used, for example, like this:
Pilot

TFCI

3GPP TS 25.211 Slot format 3

FBI

TPC

Downlink DPCH bit rate


SF

Channel bit rate


(kb/s)

User data rate


(kb/s)

512

15

approx. 1-3

256

30

approx. 6-12

128

60

approx. 20-24

64

120

approx. 45

32

240

approx. 105

16

480

approx. 215

960

approx. 456

1920

approx. 936

User data rate vs. channel bit rate


User
User data
data rate
rate (kb/s)
(kb/s)
Channel
Channel coding
coding

Interesting
Interesting
for
for user
user

Interleaving
Interleaving
Bit
Bit rate
rate matching
matching
Channel
Channel bit
bit rate
rate (kb/s)
(kb/s)

Important
Important
for
for system
system

SPREADING
The spreading operation is the
multiplication of each user data
bit with a "Spreading Code" ,
which
is a pre-defined bit pattern. To
discriminate between User data
"bits" and spreading code
"bits", the symbols in the
spreading code are referred to
as "Chips". The chip rate for
UMTS is fixed at 3.84 Mbps.
After the spreading operation each
"Bit" of the data signal is
represented by a number of
"chips".

DE-SPREADING

Scrambling & Summation


As previously described, OVSF
spreading codes can be used to
separate individual users on a common
RF carrier freq. However, because of
the need to maintain orthogonality of
codes, the number of codes available
is very limited (512 Downlink, 256
Uplink). These 512 code must be
reused in every cell, as such they do
not become unique to a cell and users
located at the boundaries of cells,
would receive transmissions using the
same OVSF code, from more than one
cell. For UMTS therefore, OVSF codes
are used only as channelization codes,
used identify individual physical
channels. A further coding, process,
known as a "Scrambling" is performed,
in order to discriminate between the
transmissions between different cells
on the downlink and different UEs on
the uplink.
The Sequence of chips produced by
the channelization process is then
"Scrambled", using a chip-to-chip
multiplication with a complex-valued
scrambling code or PN code.

De-Scrambling & Data Recovery

MODULATION
The modulation scheme
used in W-CDMA for
voice is quadrature phase
shift keying (PSK) which
allows 2 bits to be sent
per symbol (I and Q). The
reason for using QPSK is
that it is fairly resilient to
amplitude variations. The
major problem with
CDMA is that all users are
on the same frequency
and thus interfering with
each other.
Modulation scheme for
data is 16 QAM.

TRANSPORT & LOGICAL CHANNEL

CHANNEL MAPPING

WCDMA Physical Channels


Common physical channels
P-CCPCH- Primary Common Control Physical Channel
SCH - Synchronization Channel
P-CPICH - Primary Common Pilot Channel
S-CCPCH - Secondary Common Control Physical
Channel
PICH - Page Indicator Channel

Radio Base
Station

PRACH - Physical Random Access Channel


AICH - Acquisition Indicator Channel

(RBS)
HS-PDSCH High Speed Physical Downlink Shared Channel
HS-SCCH High Speed Shared Control Channel
HS-DPCCH High Speed Dedicated Physical Control Channel
Dedicated Channels
DPDCH - Dedicated Physical Data Channel
DPCCH - Dedicated Physical Control Channel

User
Equipment
(UE)

CHANNEL MAPPING
Issues / important concepts:
Physical channels
Transport channels
Logical channels
DPDCH/DPCCH multiplexing in
uplink
DPCH user/control data multiplexing
in downlink

DETAIL MAPPING continued

COORDINATION OF CHANNELS
:
RLC
RLC

Logical channels

RLC
RLC
MAC
MAC

MAC
MAC
Transport channels
Phy
Phy

WCDMA

Phy
Phy

Lower
Lower
layers
layers

Lower
Lower
layers
layers

Physical channels
UE

Base station

RNC

DPDCH/DPCCH STRUCTURE IN UPLINK

Dual Channel QPSK Modulation


Time slot containing 2560 chips
DPDCH (I-branch)

Data
Data

Pilot
TFCI
Pilot
TFCI
DPCCH (Q-branch)
0

FBI
FBI

TPC
TPC

14
10 ms radio frame (38400 chips)

DPCH STRUCTURE IN UPLINK


Time multiplexed Data & Control
info
Time slot containing 2560 chips
TFCI
TFCI

Data
Data

TPC
TPC

Data
Data

Pilot
Pilot

14
10 ms radio frame (38400 chips)

WCDMA Downlink Physical Channels


Common Downlink Physical Channels
P-CCPCH Common Control Physical Channel
(Primary)
- Broadcasts cell site information
SCH Synchronization Channel
- Fast Synch. codes 1 and 2; time-multiplexed with PCCPCH
S-CCPCH Common Control Physical Channel
(Secondary)
- Transmits idle-mode signaling and control information
to UEs
P-CIPCH Common Pilot Channel
S-CIPCH Secondary Common Pilot Channel (for
sectored cells)
PDSCH Physical Downlink Shared Channel
- Transmits high-speed data to multiple users
Dedicated Downlink Physical Channels
DPDCH Dedicated Downlink Physical Data Channel
DPCCH Dedicated Downlink Physical Control
Channel
- Transmits connection-mode signaling and control to
UEs

Downlink Indication Channels


AICH (Acquisition Indication Channel)
Acknowledges that BS has acquired a UE
Random Access attempt
(Echoes the UEs Random Access signature)
PICH (Page Indication Channel)
Informs a UE to monitor the next paging frame
AP-AICH (Access Preamble Indication
Channel
Acknowledges that BS has acquired a UE
Packet Access attempt
(Echoes the UEs Packet Access signature)
CD/CA-ICH
Confirms that there is no ambiguity between UE
in a Packet Access attempt
(Echoes the UEs Packet Access Collision
Detection signature)
Optionally provides available Packet channel
assignments
CSICH
Broadcasts status information regarding packet
channel availability

Uplink Physical Channels


Common Uplink Physical Channels
PRACH Physical Random Access Channel
- Used by UE to initiate access to BS
PCPCH Physical Common Packet Channel
- Used by UE to send connectionless packet
data
Dedicated Uplink Physical Channels
DPDCH Dedicated Uplink Physical Data
Channel
DPCCH Dedicated Uplink Physical Control
Channel
- Transmits connection-mode signaling and
control to BS

Downlink Logical Channels


Common Downlink Logical Channels
BCCH (Broadcast Control Channel)
Broadcasts cell site and system identification to all
UE
PCCH (Paging Control Channel)
Transmits paging information to a UE when the UEs
location is unknown
CCCH (Common Control Channel)
Transmits control information to a UE when there is
no RRC Connection
SHCCH (Shared Channel Control Channel)
Control channel associated with shared traffic
channels (TDD mode only)
CTCH (Common Traffic Channel)
Traffic channel for sending traffic to a group of UEs.
Dedicated Downlink Logical Channels
DCCH (Dedicated Control Channel)
Transmits control information to a UE when there is a
RRC Connection
DTCH (Dedicated Traffic Channel)
Traffic channel dedicated to one UE

Downlink Transport Channels


Common Downlink Transport Channels
BCH (Broadcast Channel)
Continuous transmission of system and cell
information
PCH (Paging Channel)
Carries control information to UE when location is
unknown
Pending activity indicated by the PICH (paging
indication channel)
FACH (Forward Access Channel)
Used for transmission of idle-mode control
information to a UE
No closed-loop power control
DSCH (Downlink Shared Channel)
Carries dedicated control and/or traffic data; shared
by several UEs
Dedicated Downlink Transport Channels
DCH (Dedicated Channel)
Carries dedicated traffic and control data to one UE

System Information Blocks

Contents

MIB

PLMN identity for serving cell, SIB Scheduling Information

SB1

SIB Scheduling Information

SIB1

Paging parameters, Timers and counters in Idle and Connected mode, LA and RA updating

SIB2

URA identity list

SIB3

Cell selection and reselection parameters

SIB5 and SIB5bis

Paging parameters, Cell and common channel configuration

SIB7

Power control on common channel

SIB11

Measurement management, Cell selection and reselection parameters

SIB12

Measurement management

SIB18

PLMN identity for GSM neighbors listed in SIB11.

CELL SEARCH

Why Power Cotntrol ?


Without power control With power control
Tx Power

Rx Power

Tx Power

Rx Power

Parameters:
Update Rate
Loop Delay
Stepsize

POWER CONTROL
What?
The Transmitter adapts the output power according to Path
Loss
Why?
Mainly to solve the Near-Far problem
Goal is that all users should experience the same SIR
How?
Open Loop Power control (Initially, No signaling)
Inner Loop Power control (Signaling channel, continuously:
1500 times/s, relative changes: up or down)
Outer loop Power control (Between BTS and RNC)

Uplink Power Control

Closed loop
Power Control:
UP/DOWN command

Open loop:
Random Access

Initial setting
PMS

Downlink Power Control


Open loop:
Initial setting
PBS

Closed loop
Power Control:
UP/DOWN
Command

WCDMA evolved (HSDPA)


Benefit
Higher Peak rates: 14
Mbps
Higher Capacity: 100200%
Reduced Latency:
~75 ms
(30W)HS-DSCH (rate controlled)

Features
Shared Multi-code
transmission (15 codes)

16QAM

TTI = 2 ms

Hybrid ARQ with


Soft Combining in RBS

Total cell power


Dedicated channels (power controlled)
Common channels

Link
Adaptation
t

HS-DSCH with dynamic power allocation


Scheduling

HSDPA Basic Principles


Shared

Channel Transmission

Dynamically shared in time & code domain

Higher-order

Modulation

16QAM in complement to QPSK for higher peak bit rates

Short

Transmission Time Interval (2 ms)

Reduced round trip delay

Fast

Hybrid ARQ with Soft Combining

Reduced round trip delay

Fast

Link Adaptation

Data rate adapted to radio conditions on 2 ms time basis

Fast

Radio Channel Dependent Scheduling

Scheduling of users on 2 ms time basis

2 ms

WCDMA prepared for future dema


Features
Functionality
Introduction
& Roadmap
The journey has just begun
R99/R
4

Rel 5

Rel 6

Rel...

2005

2006

> 2006

2004

MIMO
WCDMA
DL [Mbps]
UL [Mbps]
Latency [ms]

0.384
0.064
~150

HSDPA
3.6
0.384
~75

Higher BW
Multicarrier

Enhanced UL

14
1.8
~50

30
5.8
~30

100
30
~30

Time

NOT VISIBLE IN EMAS

E.g. UE located in a non HS cell trying to do an HS call. If there is


coverage from a HS cell which is not the best cell but with a
COVERAGE RELATION defined with that cell and the parameter
hsOnlyBestCell is set to FALSE the UE will be able to use the HS cell.

Enhanced Uplink
BENEFIT
Higher Peak rates: 1.8 5.8 Mbps
Higher Capacity: 40-80%
Reduced Latency: ~50 ms

Features
Multi-code
transmission (1-8 codes)

TTI = 2 / 10 ms

Hybrid ARQ with


Soft Combining in RBS

Scheduling

SUMMARY
WCDMA Radio performance always
dependent on
Radio network planning and dimensioning
Traffic load, traffic distribution and traffic mix

WCDMA is an evolving 3G radio access


technology
Evolution towards higher bandwidths
Current WCDMA allows 370 kbps peak rate
on application level
WCDMA/HSDPA will allow around 3.4 Mbps
peak rate on application level for a 5 code
terminal

PART-II NODE B
KEY RBS FUNCTIONALITY
1> Applying channelisation codes &
combining channels.
2>Scrambling & Descrambling
3>Modulation & Demodulation.
4>RF amplification & transmission.

RBS 3206 Cabinet

Fan

Connection
Field (CF)
FCU

Filter subrack
Busbar
Radio subrack

Digital subrack

Space for optional


equipment

RBS HW Architecture

AIU

MCPA

TRX

RFIF

BBIF

GPB

Gamma
Link

SCB

SCB

RAX
RAX

ET-Mx

Iub

ISL

ASC

TX
Uplink Path

TUB

Synch

PCU

XALM

CU

Downlink Path

CBU
CBU: A merge between SCB, GPB, TUB, and ETB
Power

The CBU is the central control unit of the RBS. It executes the main part of the control
functions in the RBS and controls the boards via the board processors.

Containing
ET1 & 2

Power distribution to back plane

ET3 & 4

Timing unit for network & radio synch with extended holdover time
GPS interface for synch and positioning

CBU

4 x E1/T1/J1 ports
GPS /
Ext.Ref

Ethernet interface for site-LAN

RS485
Ethernet
RS-232/
Prod.Test

RS485 interface for control of fan and auxiliary equipment


Main processor for RBS with 512Mbyte RAM and Flash disk
IMA functionality

RUIF
RUIF: An interface board for 6 radio units
The RUIF is a device board unit used for communication between the Radio Units (RU) and the
Baseband (BB) digital subrack. Communication includes control data, clock signals, and gamma data.
RUIF

Containing
Timing distribution to base-band boards and radio units
Distribution of up- and down-link gamma signals between radio
units and base-band boards

Data F

Data E
Data D

Data C

Data B

Data A

Board processor for control of six radio units and six FSK-modems
(Communication with ASC and RET)

RU21
RU21: A merge between MCPA and TRX
The RU receives digital data from the Baseband, converts the data into analog radio signals, amplifies
these and feeds them to the FU. The RU also receives radio signals from the FU, converts these
signals into digital data, and sends them to Baseband.
Containing
Two transmitters and one DPD MCPA for two carriers DL
Power clipping function
One 2 branch diversity receiver for one carrier UL
DC/DC converter for RU and FU with 10ms hold-up for logic parts
One CPU (XP) for control of RU and filter unit (FU)
Interface for FU control and power distribution to FU.
Available with 20/30W per carrier.

FU21
FU21: A Filter and LNA unit for two antennas
The FU12 sits between the Radio Units (RU) and the antenna. It filters transmit and receive signals to
and from the RU, and amplifies and controls the RX signal gain from the antenna to the RUs.
Containing
One duplex filter for the first antenna (TX and RX)
One receive filter for the second antenna (RX only)
One TX port and four RX ports, two from each antenna
Gain adjust for feeder compensation and gain select
Power distribution to ASC and RET
FSK modem for ASC and RET communication
Parameter memory (EEprom)
Control interface (I2C) from RU (Class 3 AU)

Radio Configurations

RAX BOARD MAIN FUNCTION


RAX board is used for uplink baseband processing such as
deserializing,demodulation,decoding.
RAX board has 3 variant R1,R2,R3.
To be able to carry HSDPA traffic RAX board sould be R2 or
higher.
The process of incoming data is shared by all RAX board
in the RBS baseband pool.

TX BOARD MAIN FUNCTION


TX Board is used for downlink baseband processing such as transport
channel handling ,encoding,modulation,spreading & channel
combining & soft-Softer handover .
TX has following variants TX-R1,Tx-R2,TX-6-01,TX-6-02,TX-6-03,TX6HS03,TX-6HS-04,TX6HS-06.
Maximum measurement DCH capacity measured in channel element
For TX6HS-03 is 128.

PART-III RNC 3810

RNC MAIN FUNCTIONS


Manage Radio Access Bearers (RABs)
for user data transport
Manage and optimise the radio network
resources
Control mobility

RNC Cabinet View


CU
Extension Subrack-2

GPB, SPB, SCB, ETB

Extension Subrack-1

GPB, SPB, SCB, ETB

Fans

Main Subrack

ICF

GPB, SPB, TUB, (SXB),


SCB, ETB

RNC H/W Main Subrack

RNC H/W 1 ExtSubrack


st

RNC H/W 2 Ext Subrack


nd

General Processor Board (GPB)


Function
Main Processor (MP) or Board
Processor (BP)
Real-time clock
AAL0 and AAL5 termination
Front connection
2 Ethernet 10Base-T
2 RS-232
Capacity
PowerPC 750 (366 MHz)
8 MB Flash and 128 MB RAM
PowerQuick II for communication
2 GB hard disk
Subrack configuration
Optional in any subrack but at
least one in main subrack

Hardware Overview
The SCB
ATM switch core
Circuits for distribution of the
system clock
Interfaces for connection of fan
supervision signals
Four Inter Subrack Links (ISLs)
-48V DC power connectors,
filtering, supervision, and
distribution

Hardware Overview
The SPB
For application specific purposes
Hardware includes PowerPC,
memory, and ATM/AAL
termination
Each SPB contains 3 Special
purpose Processor Module
(SPMs)
Different applications may run
on different SPMs.

Hardware Overview
The SXB
Four Inter
Subrack Links
(ISL) for
interconnection
between subracks
Has circuits for
distribution of
System Clock

Hardware Overview
The TUB
To regenerate a low-noise and
stable reference clock signal,
and to provide a number of lownoise output reference clock
signals.
Always located in the hub
subrack
The system clock is distributed
from the TU to all devices in the
node, needing the clock.

Hardware Overview
The ET-M4 Board
ATM exchange terminal
with two Synchronous
Transfer Mode (STM) 1
transmission lines
Two standards supported,
optical STM-1 (ITU-T, ETSI,
and TTC) and optical OC-3
with STS-3c (ANSI)
Performs SDH/SONET
adaptations and ATM related
functions and switching

Hardware Overview
The ET-M4 Board
Power
LEDs

Optical fibre
connectors

ATM, clocks
and test

ETB Connectors
STM1 *2
on the ET-M4

E1 *8 on the
ET-M 1

PART-IV NODE B SCRIRPT & INTEGRATION

RNC_add_cell_moscript_CREATE.mo

RNC_add_hsdsch_moscript_CREATE.mo

03_RNCAMBA01_unlock_cell_moscript_SET.mo

03_RNCAMBA01_unlock_hsdsch_moscript_SET.mo

SCRIPT CONTINUED
RBS Script
attached here.
03_Iub_RBS.txt

AMB01U_external_hw.xml

AMB01U_oam_access_MOD.xml

LAZY DOC FOR NODEB INTEGRATION

FORMATTING THE HARD DISK IN THE GPB


Use hyper terminal - RS 232 from PC to Node B, port A of GPB
Press Enter and you should see $ appearing, if not check the cable connections!
0. $ ifconfig
(To check current ip address of Node B)
interface: le0
inet: 10.192.17.185
netmask: 255.255.255.248
broadcast: 10.192.17.191
1. $ reload --

(To put GPB in back up mode, Note IP address, subnetmast all will be lost)

OSE Delta PowerPC krn-750/R2.1.2


Welcome to OSE Shell OSE4.3.
Stop due to remain in backup set
2. $ vols //should see /d and /c2 volumes (/c2 indicates that its the backup)
volume
total
used
free frw device unit
/
0K
0K 100% 0K 100% FR/null
0K
0K 100% 0K 100% FRW
/d
292M 47M 16% 245M 84% FRW idedd 0 <4-599999>
/c2
781M 107M 14% 673M 86% FRW idedd 0 <600000-2199999>
3. $ formathd /d
(Scratch hard disk - sector d)
All data on volume will be destroyed. Continue? y/n (n):
4. $ formathd /c2
(Scratch hard disk - sector c2)
All data on volume will be destroyed. Continue? y/n (n):
5.
$ vols // should see /d and /c2 are now empty (see under Used column)
volume
total
used
free frw device unit
/
0K 0K 100% 0K 100% FR/null
0K 0K 100% 0K 100% FRW
/d
292M 0M 0% 292M 100% FRW idedd 0 <4-599999>
/c2
781M 0M 0% 780M 100% FRW idedd 0 <600000-2199999>

Continued..

SETTING UP IP ADDRESS & PASSWORD


1. $ reload -(need to execute this reload -- again or ip address definition will not execute)
OSE Delta PowerPC krn-750/R2.1.2
Welcome to OSE Shell OSE4.3
Stop due to remain in backup set
2. $ ifconfig
(Should not see previous IP setting as all is lost when in backup mode - need to define again )
Interface configuration never made for le0
IP address must be set via command:
Usage: ifconfig <ifname> [<address>] [netmask <mask>] [broadcast <address>]
3. $ ifconfig le0 10.192.17.185 netmask 255.255.255.248 broadcast 10.192.17.191
4. $ ifconfig // to see if ip address is correct
interface: le0
inet: 10.192.17.185
netmask: 255.255.255.248
broadcast: 10.192.17.191
5. $ passwd Press Enter (allow us to use telnet later)
Enter new password:
(As you type rbs you will not see it on the screen)
Re-enter new password:
6. $ reload -OSE Delta PowerPC krn-750/R2.1.2
Welcome to OSE Shell OSE4.3
Stop due to remain in backup set
7. $ifconfig
// to see if ip address is correct
interface: le0
inet: 10.192.17.185
netmask: 255.255.255.248
broadcast: 10.192.17.191
8.
Connect notebook to ethernet (Port D in GPB)- set ip address in notebook to 10.192.17.186
netmask 255.255.255.248
(My network places/properties/local area connection/properties/TCP/IP/properties/Use the following IP address. Make sure the
status of connection ie disable and then enable)
Make sure you can ping the node: ping 10.192.17.185 (Start/run/cmd)

Continued.
Loading basic package.Then LOADING INITIAL CV
1. Start up EM by opening IE with
<http://10.192.17.185/em/index_stubbed.html>
2. Click Configuration>Cabinet Equipment, you will see configuration
node production centre, click next
3. Configuration cabinet equipment - page 1(6), click on wizard and
click next
4. Configuration cabinet equipment - page 3(6), complete the
configuration data as per hardware in

Node B especially the ETM-1 type to E1, click next.


5. Complete the ip configuration data ie. IP = 10.192.17.185 and subnet
mask 255.255.255.248, click next
6. Check your configuration settings 5 (5), if ok, click Finish
7. Now Node B will be loaded with the current configuration that you
defined and will auto re-start with
INITIAL_cv

cv = INITIAL _CV - EM will have to be shut down and restarted as


well

Continued..

OAM_CV
OAM Access Wizard
8. Start EM - >Configuration Tab> O&M access> next >
click use configuration file,
file path ie C:\3G Fauzi P3 for Training\script\rbs 3206 pdjtnegra\OAM PDJTNEGRA
Auto no wizard.
Next - you will see O&M Configuration data
Finish, (you will loose connection) and you will see configuration completed successfully, click ok
Site Configuration Wizard
SITE EQUIPMENT CV
9. Run EM ->Configuration>Site Equipment> click Next
click use configuration file
file path ie C:\3G Fauzi P3 for Training\script\SE PDJTNEGRA
click Wizard check result is successful, click next
10. Complete the data
logical name, click next
Alex server address, click next
Sector data configuration, click next
NTP server and time date etc, click next
Antenna branch configuration - New value freqBandHiEdge = 10750 and freqBandLoEdge = 10650
Antenna cable configuration, click next
Initiate sector, click next
Rbs Local Cell Configuration, click next
Site Equipment Configuration summary, click next
Finish, wait for it to create site configuration, okay.
***********************************************************DONE***************************************************************

Required MOSHELL CMD

RNCCR> str

090511-11:02:12 10.229.192.9 7.0y RNC_NODE_MODEL_J_3_25 stopfile=/tmp/29567

Logging to file: /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/nmsadm/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20090511-110141_29526/strLog29526


......................................................................................................
Log close: /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/nmsadm/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20090511-110141_29526/strLog29526

Following 42 sites are up:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MOD IUBLINK CELLNAMES CFRPHEM1 CFRPHEM2 CFRPHEM3 ICD12 ATMPORTS
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Iub_00284 UTC998-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
2 Iub_00008 UNT001-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
2 Iub_00026 UAP106-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
2 Iub_00155 UNT043-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
2 Iub_00156 UNT044-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
2 Iub_00191 UNT024-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
3 Iub_00007 UNT006-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
3 Iub_00028 UAP008-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
3 Iub_00030 UAP018-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
3 Iub_00153 UCT001-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
4 Iub_00005 USH002-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
4 Iub_00006 UJP019-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
4 Iub_00025 UAP212-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
4 Iub_00027 UAP004-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
5 Iub_00267 UCT027-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
6 Iub_00250 UCT014-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
6 Iub_00269 UCT008-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
6 Iub_00278 UCT073-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
7 Iub_00261 UCY008-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
7 Iub_00266 UCT034-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
9 Iub_00140 UJP006-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111
9 Iub_00171 UNT063-1/2/3 11111 11111 11111 11111

Following 21 sites are totally or partially unavailable:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MOD IUBLINK CELLNAMES CFRPHEM1 CFRPHEM2 CFRPHEM3
ICD12 ATMPORTS
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 Iub_00002 UAP017-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
2 Iub_00014 UAP047-1/2/3 11111 00000 11111 11111
3 Iub_00017 UAP053-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
3 Iub_00172 UNT056-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
3 Iub_00175 UNT070-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
4 Iub_00173 UNT066-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
4 Iub_00178 UNT073-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
4 Iub_00190 UNT042-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
5 Iub_00010 UHH025-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
5 Iub_00281 UNT039-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
7 Iub_00244 UCT093-1/2/3 11111 11111 00000 11111
9 Iub_00152 UNT046-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
9 Iub_00174 UNT068-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
9 Iub_00187 UNT003-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 11100
9 Iub_00189 UNT022-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
10 Iub_00176 UNT067-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
11 Iub_00280 UNT035-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
12 Iub_00264 UNT031-1/2/3 11111 11111 00000 11111
15 Iub_00004 UCY007-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
15 Iub_00160 UNT049-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
25 Iub_00009 UHH017-1/2/3 00000 00000 00000 10000
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cell availability: 132 of 189 cells are up (69.8 %)
Site availability: 42 of 63 sites are fully operational (66.7 %)
Unlocked Cell availability: 132 of 189 unlocked cells are up (69.8 %)

How to check perticular Node-B status.

31mRNCCR> lst UtranCell=UCT0391


090511-11:39:58 10.229.192.9 7.0y RNC_NODE_MODEL_J_3_25
stopfile=/tmp/23861
============================================================
=======================
Proxy Adm State Op. State MO
============================================================
=======================
11683 1 (UNLOCKED) 1 (ENABLED) RncFunction=1,UtranCell=UCT0391
11684 1 (UNLOCKED) 1 (ENABLED)
RncFunction=1,UtranCell=UCT0391,Fach=1
11685 1 (UNLOCKED) 1 (ENABLED)
RncFunction=1,UtranCell=UCT0391,Rach=1
11686 1 (UNLOCKED) 1 (ENABLED)
RncFunction=1,UtranCell=UCT0391,Pch=1
11689 1 (UNLOCKED) 1 (ENABLED)
RncFunction=1,UtranCell=UCT0391,Hsdsch=1
============================================================
=======================

How to check Alarms

CTRNDD1> alt

090511-12:57:53 10.229.192.73 7.0y RNC_NODE_MODEL_J_3_25 stopfile=/tmp/5839


Trying file=/var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/nmsadm/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20090511-123848_5796/ior5796
Resolving the alarm service in OMS...
Simple Alarm Client initialized...
Starting to retrieve active alarms
Nr of active alarms are: 281
================================================================================================
Date & Time (Local) S Specific Problem
Cause
Mo-Reference
================================================================================================
1970-01-01 05:31:16 M Security Level Fault
configuration_or_customizing_error Security=1
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M VC ete Loss of Connectivity
transmission_error
Aal2PathVccTp=r190102
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M VC ete Loss of Connectivity
transmission_error
Aal2PathVccTp=r190101
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M VC ete Loss of Connectivity
transmission_error
Aal5TpVccTp=r1901sb
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M Loss of Signal
loss_of_signal
Subrack=ES2,Slot=3,PlugInUnit=1,ExchangeTerminal=1,Os155SpiTtp=ES2-3-1
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M VC ete Loss of Connectivity
transmission_error
Aal2PathVccTp=r190104
1970-01-01 05:31:17 M VC ete Loss of Connectivity
transmission_error
Aal2PathVccTp=r190103
1970-01-01 05:31:19 w MTP3b Link Out of Service
unavailable
Mtp3bSpItu=1,Mtp3bSls=r1901s,Mtp3bSlItu=r1901sb
1970-01-01 05:31:19 w MTP3b Link Out of Service
unavailable
Mtp3bSpItu=1,Mtp3bSls=r1901s,Mtp3bSlItu=r1901sa
1970-01-01 05:31:19 M MTP3b Route Set Unavailable
routing_failure
Mtp3bSpItu=1,Mtp3bSrs=r1901s
1970-01-01 05:31:19 w SCCP Remote Subsystem Unavailable unavailable
SccpSp=1,SccpScrc=1,SccpApRemote=r1901
1970-01-01 05:31:20 M UtranCell_ServiceUnavailable
unavailable
UtranCell=UCL1921
1970-01-01 05:31:20 M UtranCell_ServiceUnavailable
unavailable
UtranCell=UCL1713
1970-01-01 05:31:20 M UtranCell_ServiceUnavailable
unavailable
UtranCell=UCL1272
1970-01-01 05:31:20 M UtranCell_ServiceUnavailable
unavailable
UtranCell=UCL1271
1970-01-01 05:31:20 M UtranCell_ServiceUnavailable
unavailable
UtranCell=UCL1093

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