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Objectives
After completing this course, you will be able
to:
Learn about SingleRAN products and evolut
ion.
Know SingleRAN networking and functions.
Learn about the SingleRAN solution.

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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview

2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)


2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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Glossary 1
Term
Blade BBU

Definition

Introduced
in

Blade BBU is an outdoor BBU module, which integrates the functions of main control, transmission, and baseband processing all into one module. The
universal multimode digital unit (UMDU) is a manufactured board of the outdoor BBU.

10.0

Product type: DBS3900; NE type: BTS3900 WCDMA/BTS3900 LTE/BTS3900; Blade BBUs are a series of BBU modules, and BLADEBBU3 is
delivered in SRAN10.0.
Blade Site

Blade series (Blade BBU/Blade Power/Blade Battery) site solution to meet the needs for fast deployment; deployed on rooftops for the purpose of site

10.0

density and mode/band overlay.


Easy Macro

Easy Marco is a site solution, which is applicable to street sites and rooftop wall-mounted sites; meeting the requirements of quick macro base station

10.0

addition.
Easy Macro includes AAU3940 in SRAN10.0.

Cylindrical AAU

Cylindrical AAU3940

10.0

USU

The USU (Universal Switching Unit) is a key unit in the Cloud BB solution to implement interconnection between multiple baseband units (BBUs). In the
Cloud BB solution, multiple BBUs are interconnected through the USU to coordinate the services of cells carried on different BBUs, thereby improving the
wireless network performance.
USU3900 has been introduced before SRAN10.0.
USU3910 has been introduced in SRAN10.0.

8.1

Cloud BB

Cloud BB is a BBU networking solution in which the baseband resources of multiple sites are centrally deployed to reduce the operator's TCO or are
interconnected to achieve inter-site coordination.
In SRAN10.0, the following Cloud BB networking topologies are available:
Centralized Cloud BB (Ideal Backhaul): BBUs are located together and interconnected using switching units and fiber optic cables.
Shortened to: Centralized Cloud BB
Distributed Cloud BB (Ideal Backhaul): BBUs are not located together but interconnected using switching units and fiber optic cables.
Shortened to: Distributed Cloud BB
Coordination over Relaxed Backhaul: BBUs are interconnected using the legacy backhaul to carry coordination data.
Shortened to: Relaxed Backhaul

10.0

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Glossary 2
Term

Definition

Introduce
d in

SRC

Single Radio Controller

9.0

SRC: Host NE

Host NE manages all devices and resources and supports built-in NE deployment.

10.0

Host NE shares physical devices and resources with built-in NE.


Only BSC6910 can work as host NE in SRAN10.0.

SRC: Built-in NE

Built-in NE is deployed on host NE by software and shares devices and resources of host NE.

10.0

Built-in NE connects to the LMT, U2000, or CME as an independent NE.


Only ECO6910 can work as built-in NE in SRAN10.0.

Stand-alone ECO6910

Built-in ECO6910

The ECO6910 can be deployed as either a stand-alone or a built-in node.


When working as a stand-alone node, the ECO6910 manages all devices and resources.
The stand-alone ECO6910 connects to the LMT, U2000, or CME as an independent NE.
The ECO6910 can be deployed as either a stand-alone or a built-in node.
When working as a built-in node, the ECO6910 has its functions implemented by hardware of the BSC6910. In this scenario,
the ECO6910 and BSC6910 share physical devices and transmission resources, and the BSC6910 manages the shared
devices and resources. When requiring resources for providing coordination, the ECO6910 requests resources from the
BSC6910. The built-in ECO6910 connects to the LMT, U2000, or CME as an independent NE.

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8.1

10.0

Glossary 3
Term

Definition

Introd
uced
in

A base station is a collection of NEs that are deployed at the same place and are tightly coupled. The OSS can provide unified O&M (such as upgrade and
view) on parts of such a base station. In the case of separate-MPT and hybrid-MPT, NEs in the collection have the same Deployment ID (DID). If the number
of modes in a base station is greater than one, this base station is called a multimode base station.
Separate-MPT and Co-MPT base stations are collectively called Multimode Base Station.

base station

8.0

Co-MPT base station is multimode base station, even if only one mode deployed in Co-MPT base station.
Network Element
(NE)

A logical base station that can be independently managed by OSS (for example, BTS3900 WCDMA, BTS3900 LTE, BTS3900 GSM, BTS3900). One or more
modes can be deployed on an NE.

8.0

GBTS

A conventional GSM base station that is managed as a component of a base station controller. This operation maintenance is called LegacyOM in
SRAN10.0. The main control board must be a GTMUa or GTMUb board.

7.0

eGBTS

A GSM base station that is directly managed by an EMS. In SRAN10.0, the main control board must be a UMDU, UMPT or GTMUb board.

8.0

eGBTS is the GSM part of a Co-MPT base station.


LegacyOM

The type of GBTS OM, that is managed as a component of a base station controller.

SingleOM

Unified operation and maintenance experience for multiple modes in a multimode base station is called SingleOM.
1. OM experience includes topology display, device panel, upgrade, reconstruction, site deployment, alarm browsing, tracing, configuration, web LMT, MML
commands, and northbound interfaces.
2. NE types include BTS3900, BTS3900 WCDMA, and BTS3900 LTE.
2014/2/15: According to the meeting minutes of IPMT discussion about the relationship between co-MPT and SingleOM on 2014-01-24, publicity about co-MPT
should be stopped. We should promote only co-MPT to customers and clarify that SingleOM and legacy OM differ slightly.

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8.0

Glossary 4
Term

Definition

Introduced in

BTS3900 GSM
NE Type

The NE type of GBTS.


A conventional GSM base station that is managed as a component of a base station controller.
Operation maintenance is LegacyOM.
In SRAN10.0, the main control board must be a GTMUa or GTMUb board.

10.0

BTS3900 WCDMA
NE Type

The NE type of UMTS only base station.


Operation maintenance is SingleOM.

10.0

The main control board is WMPT, UMPT or UMDU.


When the main control board is UMPT or UMDU, BTS3900 WCDMA can be reconstructed to BTS3900 to support Co-MPT.
BTS3900 LTE
NE Type

The NE type of LTE only base station.


Operation maintenance is SingleOM.

10.0

The main control board is LMPT, UMPT or UMDU.


When the main control board is UMPT or UMDU, BTS3900 LTE can be reconstructed to BTS3900 to support Co-MPT.
BTS3900
NE Type

The NE type of Co-MPT BTS.

10.0

The main control board is GTMUb, UMPT or UMDU.


When the main control board is GTMUb, only GSM services can be deployed.
GTMU evolved

In a base station where SingleOM is to be applied and a GTMUb is used, the GTMUb no longer works as a main control board. This board now works as an interface board which provides CPRI ports and
transmission ports and receives clock signals.

8.0

LMPT evolved

In a base station where SingleOM is to be applied and an LMPT is used, the LMPT no longer works as a main control board. This board now provides only LTE signaling processing function.

8.0

WMPT evolved

In a base station where SingleOM is to be applied and a WMPT is used, the WMPT no longer works as a main control board. The WMPT board provides only the inventory management function. WMPT
evolved is available from SRAN8.1.

8.1

Separate-MPT

In an MBTS with separate-MPT, different modes use different main control boards and different O&M channels.

8.0

Co-MPT

In an MBTS with co-MPT, different modes share one main control board and one O&M channel.

8.0

Hybrid-MPT

One kind of Separate-MPT, two modes share one main control board while the other mode uses an independent main control board. This term is not visible to customers

8.0

GULT

Short for GSM, UMTS, LTE FDD, and LTE TDD, which is available from SRAN8.1

8.1

Co-BBP

Co-BBP Concurrency, indicating that multiple modes are deployed on the same baseband processing unit and services of multiple modes can be performed concurrently

9.0

FDD+TDD co-BBP concurrency, FDD+TDD downlink 4CC CA

10.1

FT convergence

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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview

2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)


2.3 RF/RRU/AAU

2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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SingleRAN Network
OSS

M2000/CME/LMT

Controller

BSC

Network
Element

BTS

GSM

BSC6910

BSC6900

LTE

UMTS

GSM

Radio Access
Technology

GSM+UMTS

BTS3900 WCDMA

Network
Element

UMTS+LTE

GSM+UMTS+LTE

LTE

SingleRAN
Evolution:
SingleOM

BTS3900 LTE

BTS3900

Base station BBU

UBBP:
support Co-BBP

UBBP
UBBP

F
A
N

UBBP

UBBP

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UPEU

UPEU

UBBP

UPEU
F
A
N

Single Radio
Controller

ECO6910

GSM+LTE

UMTS

BTS3900 GSM

ECO

MBSC

RNC

UMDU

UBBP

UPEU
UBBP

UMPT

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UMPT:
support Co-MPT

SingleRAN Network: Dual-Layer Coordination


Architecture
SRC

(Single Radio Controller)


ECO

Multi-RAT Coordination

BSC

Multi-Band Coordination

RNC

Centralized LTE Coordination

WLAN

Cloud BB

Macro

RRU

RRU

Cloud BB

Fast Joint
Signal/Resource
Scheduling

Macro

RRU

Macro

WIFI

WIFI
Small Cell Small Cell

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Macro

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SingleRAN Product Family


Overview
RRU
BBU
BTS3900/BTS3900L
Indoor Macro BTS

DBS3900
Distributed BTS

MAG9811

BTS3900A/BTS3900AL
Outdoor Macro BTS

ECO
BSC

ECO6910

RNC
WLAN

BSC6910

Dense urban
Urban

Top of building
Top of Tower

BSC6900SRC

Urban
Residence

(Single Radio Controller)

USU3900

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"7-Band 4-Mode 1-Cabinet"


SingleRAN Site

Back

LTE FDD 2600

LTE TDD 2300

U2100
LTE TDD
2300
LTE FDD
2600

UMTS2100
LTE FDD 800

Indoor BTS3900L

LTE FDD 800


G/U900
G/LTE FDD 1800
LTE TDD 700

Outdoor BTS3900AL

GSM/LTE FDD 1800


GSM /UMTS900

LTE TDD 700

BTS3900
L

LTE TDD
LTE FDD
LTE TDD
LTE FDD
700
800 G900G1800
U2100
2300 2600

Large SingleRAN Site


GigaSite
Easy
TCO

GSM

12RFU+9RRU
2BBU

capacity

deployment
saving

* With Ver. D cabinets

UMTS LTE FDD LTE TDD

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9RFU+9RRU
2BBU

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From Blade RRU to Blade Site (SRAN10.0)


Blade Site Solution

Traditional Macro Site


Blade RRU

Seamless Installation

12 L
More
Boxes

Blade BBU

12 L

Blade
Power

More
Site
Spaces

Fast installation, saving


70% deployment time

12 L

Blade
Battery

All RATs, all bands with


high capacity

28 L

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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU

2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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SRC Platform Evolution Roadmap


2013
2013
SRAN
SRAN 8.0
8.0

2014
2014 SRAN
SRAN 9.0
9.0
2015
2015 SRAN10.X
SRAN10.X

Future
Future

BSC6910
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

WLAN AC
MAG9811

MAG9811

ECO6910

GC GC

Ua Ua

eX eX eX
SC SC

OU OU OU
Ub Ub
a a a

eG eG
PU PU
a a

eG eG eG eG eG eG
EOMU EOMU
PU PU PU PU PU PU
a
a
a a a a a a

eCoordinator

BSC

BSC6910

Built-in ECO6910

BSC/ECO/AC supports cocabinet deployment

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rd party
3rd

Cloud OS

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

BSC6910

WLAN
AC

10 11 12 13

Physical subrack + physical boards

ECO6910

RNC

Virtual subrack +

virtual boards
0

eG eG eG
PU PU PU EOMUa EOMUa
a a a
3

Cloud HW

3rd party HW

10 11 12 13

BSC6910 with built-in ECO6910 to implement


collaboration (SRAN9.0)
Built-in ECO6910 supports independent OM (SRAN10.0)
BSC6900 with built-in ECO6910 supports independent
OM (SRAN10.1)
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Cloud & Virtualization

Overview of Coordinated SRC


Coordinated SRC
Inter-RAT
WiFi-Cellular
Coordination
Coordination
GSM/UMTS
Controller

LTE FDD/TDD
Coordination

WiFi Access
Controller

Coordination Among GUL


GL Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (From SRAN9.0)
UL Unified Video Steering (From SRAN10.1)
UL Unified Overload Control (From SRAN10.1)

Inter-RAT
Coordinatio
n

Coordination Between GUL and WLAN

G: eCoordinator based intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection


(From SRAN9.0)
U: eCoordinator based intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection
(From SRAN9.0)
LT: eCoordinator based intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection
(From SRAN9.0)

Coordination Between eNodeBs


LT: Adaptive ICIC (From eRAN6.0)
LT: MCE (From eRAN7.0)
L: Air interface soft synchronization (From eRAN8.0)

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WiFiCellular
Coordinatio
n

LTE
FDD/TDD
Coordinatio
n

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GS
M

LTE

LTE

eCoordinator and Single Radio Controller

Trusted GW

SGSN/MSC

Wa

Iu

RNC/BSC
RNC/BSC

Control
Control plane
plane functions
functions

User
User plane
plane functions
functions

EPC

AC
AC

M3

User
User management
management functions
functions

AP
AP management
management functions
functions

Traffic
Traffic forwarding
forwarding functions
functions

Single Radio Controller


WLAN AC

RNC/BSC

Proprietary IF

CAPWAP
WLAN AP

Iub

eCoordinator
eCoordinator ----- GUL
GUL Coordination
Coordination functions
functions

GL
GL Dynamic
Dynamic Spectrum
Spectrum Sharing
Sharing

Smart
Smart camping
camping policy
policy for
for voice
voice only
only user
user

RIM
RIM without
without CN
CN support
support

S1, M1
eCoordinator

Current
eCoordinator
eCoordinator ----- LTE
LTE Coordination
Coordination functions
functions
EGPUa Board/

Adaptive
Adaptive ICIC
ICIC
ASUa Board (10.1)

Proprietary IF

UMTS NodeB

M2

eMBMS
eMBMS MCE
MCE

Coordinated
Coordinated Scheduling
Scheduling Power
Power Control
Control

LTE eNodeB

RNC
(BSC6910/BSC6900
)

eCoordinator is a logical NE of the SRC solution. It


implements intra-LTE coordination as well as the coordination
between LTE and other modes such as GUL and WLAN.
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eCoordinator
eCoordinator ----- WLAN
WLAN Coordination
Coordination functions
functions

GUL
GUL Assisted
Assisted WiFi
WiFi Detection
Detection and
and Selection
Selection

GUL
GUL and
and WiFi
WiFi load
load balance
balance

WiFi
WiFi Traffic
Traffic Steering
Steering based
based on
on Service
Service and
and
Quality
Quality

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Forms of the eCoordinator

Inter-RAT/WiFi
Coordination
ECO6910
Light weight
Server

LTE FDD Coordination


LTE TDD Coordination

BSC6910
Powerful Multi-RAT Controller

GSM Controller
UTMS Controller
WLAN Controller
The function of eCoordinator can be deployed in either the BSC6910/BSC6900 (BSC6910/BSC6900
deployment) or the ECO6910 (ECO6910 deployment).
When the function of eCoordinator is deployed in the ECO6910, the eCoordinator is displayed as an
independent NE on the U2000.
When the function of eCoordinator is deployed in the BSC6910/BSC6900, the eCoordinator is not
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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU

2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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Huawei Radio Units Evolution


2004

Key Requirements for RRU

1st RRU

Multi-bands

2.1
G

Compact/light

Modular

High power efficiency

2009
MRRU
SDR For G/U/L

SRAN10.X new Blade RRU


RRU 3953/3953w
RRU 3959

2011
2012Q3

RRU 3908 optimized

3mRRU
Multi-Mode, Multi-Carrier,
MIMO
12L, Compact size
800M/900M/1.8G/2.1G

Blade RRU
3m (Multimode, Multicarrier, MIMO) + Multiband+ Multi-Sector

Blade RRU Meeting theMBB


towards
and Multi-Mode
Easytrend
Assembling
with Multi-band
900M/1800M/2.1G/2.6G
...

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Blade RRU, Setting the New Benchmark for RRU

20
Unique Seamless Assembly

One Box

%
save
Energy
Energy

66%
save

Rent
Rent

50%
save

Maintenance
Maintenance

Small Size & Quick


Installation

12L/14kg, 5min

Best in Class Performance

Scenario 1:
Band X
Sector 1

Scenario 2:
Band X + Y
Or Sector 1 + 2

Max. 2*60W, Full IBW


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Scenario 3:
Band X + Y + Z
Or Sector 1 + 2 + 3

Multimode Radio Units


Specification
Type

MRRU

Model

Frequency Band

IBW

T/R

Output Power

Blade RRU

RRU3908 v1

850/900/1800/1900M

12.5M (900M/850M/1900M)
15M (1800M)
GL (900M)

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3908 v2

850/900M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3928

900/1800M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3929

900/1800M

2T2R

2*60W

RRU3926

900/1800M

GO: 35M (E900M/1800M), 25M (P900) GU/GL: 35M


UO/LO: 45M (1800), 35M (900M)

1T2R

1*80W

RRU3832

AWS

2T4R

2*60W

RRU3936

850M/1900M

1T2R

1*80W

RRU3938

P900M/E900M/1800M

45M
25M(850M), GO:35M; UO/LO/UL:40M; GU/GL:35M
(1900M)
G/U/L/GU/GL
35M(E900M)/25M(P900M)
1800M: TX IBW includes G 35M and does not include G
40M RX IBW 75M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3939

1800M

1800M: GO:35M;LO:40M;GL:35M

2T2R

2x60W

RRU3942

1900M/850M

GO/UO/GU/GL/UL: 35M

2T4R

2*60W

RRU3961

800/900M

GO/UO/GU: 30M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3808

AWS

UO/LO/UL: 45M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3841

AWS

UO/LO/UL: 45M

4T4R

4*30W

RXU06

1800M/2100M/2600M

UO/LO
75M(1800M) / 60M(2100M) / 70M(2600M)

0T6R

NA

RRU3952

850M

GO/UO/LO/GU/GL/UL: 25M

2T4R

2*60W

RRU3959

1800M/900M

1800M:GO/LO/GL:45M;
900M:GO/UO/LO/GU/GL/UL/GUL:25M

2T2R

2x60W

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GO: 20M, UO/LO: 25M


GO: 35M (E900M/1800M), GU/GL:35M
UO/LO: 40M (1800), 35M (900M)

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UMTS & GSM Radio Units


Specification
Type

MRRU

MRFU

AAS

Model

Frequency Band

IBW

T/R

Output Power

Blade RRU

RRU3953

1800/1900M

1900M:GO/UO/LO/GU/UL/GL/GUL: 40M
1800M:GO/LO/GL:45M

2T4R

2*80W

RRU3953w

1800M

1800M:GO/LO/GL:75M

2T4R

2*80W

RRU3959w

1800M

1800M:GO/LO/GL:75M

2T2R

2*60W

MRFUd

900/1800M

2T2R

2*80W

NA

MRFUe

900/1800M

1T2R

1*125W

NA

MRFU v2

900/1800M

25M (PGSM)

1T2R

1*80W

NA

AAU3940

1800M+2100M

1800M:LO:40M; 2100M:UO/LO/UL:40M

2*2T2R

2*30W

NA

AAU3920

1800M+2100M

1800M:LO/GL:40M; 2100M:UO/LO/UL:40M

2*2T4R

2*80W

NA

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GO: 35M (E900M/1800M), 25M (P900) GU/GL:35M


UO/LO: 40M (1800), 35M (900M)
GO: 35M (E900M/1800M), GU/GL:35M
UO/LO: 40M (1800), 35M (900M)

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UMTS & GSM Radio Units


Specification
Mode

UMTS

GSM

Model

Frequency Band

IBW

T/R

Output
Power

Blade RRU

RRU3824

2100M

25M

1T2R

1*60W

RRU3808

2100M

25M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3826

2100M

25M

1T2R

1*80W

RRU3828

2100M

40M

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3829

2100M

40M

2T2R

2*60W

RRU3801E

2100M

25M

1T2R

1*40W

WRFU

AWS/2100M

25M

1T2R

1*80W

WRFUd

2100M

40M

2T2R

2*60W

RRU3004

900/1800M

NA

Dual density

2*30W

RRU3008
v1

850/900/1800/190
0M

12.5M
(900/850/900M)/
15M (1800M)

2T2R

2*40W

RRU3008
v2

900M

20M

2T2R

2*40W

GRFU v2

900/1800M

20M (PGSM 25M)

1T2R

1*80W

GRFU v1

1900M

15M

1T2R

1*80W

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LTE FDD Radio Units


Specification
Type

RRU

RFU

Model

Frequency
Band

IBW

T/R

Output Power

Weight

Blade RRU

RRU3201

700M/2600M

10M/30M

2T2R

2*40W

19Kg

RRU3203

700M

16M

2T2R

2*40W

24Kg

RRU3220

DD800M

20M

2T2R

2*40W

15Kg

RRU3221

2600M

40M

2T2R

2*40W

22Kg

RRU3222

DD800MHz

30M

2T2R

2*40W

20Kg

RRU3841

AWS

40M

4T4R

4*30W

25Kg

RRU3240

2600M

40M

2T4R

2*40W

20Kg

RRU3229

2600M

40M

2T2R

2*60W

20Kg

RRU3260

2600M

70M

2T4R

2*40W

14Kg

RRU3268

2600M

70M

2T2R

2*40W

14Kg

RRU3953

1800M

45M

2T2R

2*60W

20Kg

RRU3953w

1800M

75M

2T2R

2*60W

20Kg

RRU3959

900M

25M/30M

2T2R

2*60W

14Kg

RRU3959

1800M

50M/60M

2T2R

2*60W

20Kg

LRFU

AWS/2600M

30M

2T2R

2*40W

NA

LRFUe

DD800M

40M

2T2R

2*60W

NA

References:
1. RXU overview in MBTS10.0 3900 Series Base Station Product Documentation
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AAU, Antenna&RF Integration for Clean Sites

AAU
3 db Cable
Loss

0.8 db
Jumper
Loss

0 db loss

RRU

BTS

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AAU, Scenarios
AAU3902

AAU3910

AAU3911

Antenna 2H
Antenna 2H1L
2.1 A + 1.8~2.6 P + 790~960 P

2.1A+1.8P/2.6P
2.1A+1.8A
2.1A+ 2.6A +1.8P

Antenna 2H1L
2.1A(2T4R 2x60W)+700~900 P(2 Ports)

1.8 A + 1.8~2.6 P + 790~960 P

2.6A+1.8P/2.1P/PCS P

2.1A(2T2R 2x60W)+700~900 P(2 Ports)

1.8 A + 2.1 A + 1.8~2.6 P +


790~960 P

2.6A+2.1A

1.8A(2T2R 2x40W)+2.1P(2 Ports)+700~900 P(2 Ports)

2.6A+1.8A
1.8A+2.1P/2.6P
AWS A+PCS P

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Ports)
AWS A(2T4R 2x60W)+PCS P(4 Ports)+700~900 P(2 Ports)

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AAU3902, Advanced Features to Maximize Network Capacity

Virtual 4-way receive diversityVertical Multiple Sectors

User Specific Tilting

PMI 1 PMI 2 PMI 3

MRFD-261104

AAS RAT Specific Tilting (UMTS)

WRFD-261101

AAS Virtual Four Uplink Channels for UMTS

WRFD-261103

AAS Vertical Multiple Sectors for UMTS

WRFD-261105

AAS Dividual Tilts by Carrier for UMTS

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Carrier Specific Tilting

f1

f2

MRFD-261105

AAS RAT Specific Tilting (LTE)

LOFD-261101

AAS Virtual Four Uplink Channels for LTE

LOFD-261102

AAS User Specific Tilting for LTE

LOFD-261103

AAS Vertical Multiple Sectors for LTE

LOFD-261105

AAS Dividual Tilts by Carrier for LTE

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RAT Specific Tilting

f1

f2

Easy Macro (SRAN10.0)


Easy Marco solution:
Applicable to street sites and rooftop wall-mounted sites; meeting the

Single sector along street

Multiple sectors along street

Multiple sectors on rooftop

Wall-mounted installation on
rooftop

requirements of quick macro base station addition


Easy Macro (AAU3940)

13L, 5 kg
700 mm x 150 mm x 150
mm (HxWxD)
2T2R 2x40 W
Antenna: 15 DBi, 65
1.8-2.1 GHz wideband
UL: 4 Carriers+2x20MHz

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Broadband AAU3920 Providing Powerful Tools for 1.8+2.1 Co-Deployment

Back

AAU3920: Industry 1st 365MHz


IBW

Broadband 2H
Configuration
Capacity

2A(2T4R 1.8+2.1)+P(2.6 4 ports)

Volume

1450*323mm*188.5mm

Weight/Power

35Kg/2*80W

Independent RET

The 1.8 and 2.1 GHz bands support independent transmit RET.
The 2.6 GHz band does not support independent RET.

Market Driving
Targeting the specific China/Global dual-band co-deployment market
Force
AAU3920 uses the 2H solution and supports the broadband (1.8~2.1)

antenna.
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2T4R+2H

Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU

2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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BBU Evolution
BLADEBBU3
BBU3910
GSM

BBU3900
GSM

GTMU
GTMU

UMTS

LTE

WBBP

LBBP

WMPT
WMPT

LMPT
LMPT

SRAN 7.0

Co-BBU

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UMTS LTE FDD LTE TDD


UBBP(GUL)

BBU3900
GSM

GSM

UMTS

LTE

WBBP

LBBP

Co-Control
Unified control card
GUL Co-transmission
Single OM experience

UMDU(GULT)
UMDU(GULT)

SRAN 10.X

UMPT(GULT)
UMPT(GULT)

Blade BBU

SRAN 9.0

UMPT(GUL)
UMPT(GUL)

SRAN 8.0

UMTS LTE FDD LTE TDD

Co-Baseband
Unified base band processing card.
Baseband support multi-mode
concurrent.
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Blade
BBU(BLADEBBU3)

Blade BBU (SRAN10.0)


Panel

Specifications
HEI 0~1

Capability specifications:
CPRI 0~5

UMPTb2+UBBPd6
Dimensions: 400 mm x 300 mm x 100
mm (12 L)

DC

indicator

Weight: 12 kg
Power consumption: 150 W
Working mode: GSM/UMTS/LTE-FDD
2

Transmission: 4E1/T1, 1FE/GE


electrical port, 1FE/GE optical port

2
GE0

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DBG:
Eth&USB

GPS

E1/T1
EXT-ALM

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Outdoor BBU Site Solution


Blade Site
Without backup power

With backup power

Antenna
RRU

RRU
BLADEBBU3

Microwave
antenna

BLADEBBU3
IBBS20D

OPM50M

OPM50M

FO
Blade RRU
Blade
BLADEBBU3

Blade
Power
OPM50M

2.
3.

CPRI

BBU
3910A

GE/FE

FO

RRU
RRU
RRU

CPRI

Monitoring

Monitoring

Blade
Battery
IBBS20D

1.

RRU
RRU
RRU

BBU
3910A

DC -48V

DC -48V

AC /DC

GE/FE FO

AC input

BBC

AC/DC

AC input

Blade Site: Applicable to site additions on rooftops with densely deployed base stations and mode additions; meeting requirements for quick deployment of
blade series: blade BBU, blade power, and blade battery.
OPM50M (3000 W Blade AC/DC), the output power of which meets the power supply requirements of 1BBU+1TM+3RRUs.
The LOS coverage distance of Wi-Fi is 10 m (data rate 1 Mbit/s).

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BLADEBBU Supporting Base Station Maintenance Through Wifi


Customer's Requirements: Blade BBU is generally
installed at a higher place outdoors, which requires a
contactless maintenance method to reduce the
maintenance difficulty and construction cost.

M2000

Application Scenario: Local maintenance of Blade BBU


without contact

Competition Analysis: It seems that the competitors


have no outdoor BBU that supports contactless
maintenance of base stations through WLAN radio
maintenance channels. Huawei takes the lead in this
aspect.
Feature Sales Mode: no separate packaging; wireless
network adapters can be purchased
Solution:

BLADEBB
U

Huawei's Benefits: Improving the Blade BBU's


competitiveness and reducing the frontline's service
costs

IP
transmis
sion
network

3000W
AC/DC

Customer's Benefits: Increasing the flexibility of site


selection significantly and reducing site deployment
costs and subsequent O&M costs

GE
port

Commissioning
port

USB
port

1. Remote
maintenance

2. Local wired
maintenance

USB wireless
network
adapter

3. Local wireless
maintenance

Using wireless network adapters to provide 802.11b/g/n


radio signals, in order to establish a radio maintenance
channel
Restrictions and Restraints:
1. Due to limited power and radio signal interference,
the wireless network adapter only supports the line
of sight within 10 meters.

The BLADEBBU supports contactless maintenance of base stations through WLAN radio
maintenance channels, without compromising security. The BLADEBBU supports the line of
10 meters.
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BBU Main Processing & Transmission unit


2

1
1

GTMU (GSM Transmission & Timing & Management Unit)


4E1/T1, 1FE electrical port, 1FE optical port

2
3

WMPT (WCDMA Main Processing & Transmission unit)


4E1/T1, 1FE electrical port, 1FE optical port

3
LMPT (LTE Main Processing & Transmission unit)
2FE/GE electrical port, 2FE/GE optical port, supporting IPSec

UMPT (Universal Main Processing & Transmission Board)

BLADEBBU3 (UMDU Universal Multimode Digital Unit)


Specification: UMPTb2+UBBPd6

Support IPSec, GUL concurrent mode (SRAN8.0)


4E1/T1, 1FE/GE electrical port, 1FE/GE optical port

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BBU Interconnection in UMPT+UMPT Mode


Customer benefits
In new deployment scenarios, BBUs can be
SRAN7.0/8.0: UCIU+UMPT interconnection
interconnected in UMPT+UMPT mode without the
UCIU, reducing the slots to be used.
A GU dual-mode base station can be configured with
two BBUs to support co-MPT mode and multimode
concurrency.

BBU Interconnection (CLK, Control signal)

BBU Interconnection (CLK, Control signal)

UCIU

Main

SRAN8.1/9.0/10.0: UMPT+UMPT interconnect

Main

Major restrictions

UBRIb

GTMU

A customized cable cannot exceed 5 m.

WBBP

RRU connected to the secondary BBU


cannot be cascaded with other RRUs.
The UMPTs do not support cold backup
mode.

WBBP

Secondary

UMPT
(U)

Secondary

LBBP

UMPT
(G*U*L)

Only two BBUs can be interconnected


due to insufficient ports.

WBBP

LBBP

2BBU
MPT

UMPT
(L)

LBBP

GU+L separate-

2BBU

For details, see the related initial configuration guide.

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UMPT
(G*U*L)
G*U*L co-MPT

Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB
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New SRAN 10.0 NE - USU3910

In the Cloud BB solution, multiple BBUs are interconnected through the USU to coordinate the services of cells carried on different BBUs, thereby improving
the wireless network performance.
UL COMP:Uplink coordinated multiple node reception, improving uplink reception performance
CA: carrier aggregation, improving throughput
CSPC: coordinated scheduling-based power control, decreasing interference
The USU3910 is a key unit in the Cloud BB solution to implement interconnection between multiple baseband units (BBUs).

Centralized Cloud BB
networking
Centralized
BBUs

Distributed Cloud BB
networking

USU3910

USU3910

USU3910

10GE

UEFU

BBU
BBU

Switchin
g unit
BBU

Fiber CPRI

RRU

ULPU

10GE
RRU

RRU

Board

BBU

UEFU
(Universal
Enhanced switch
Fabric Unit)

Function

User and scheduling data switching


Signaling & OM & Clock switching among BBUs
OM for USU connected to OSS
Signaling & Clock to 2nd USU

User and scheduling data bridging & bearing process

12*CXP
14*SFP

BBU
ULPU
(Universal Line
Process Unit)

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Specification

30 QSFP

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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution

3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB
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BBU&RF Unit Connection(GU - WBBPf)


Solution 1: CPRI MUX (WBBPf) separateMPT
RRU
(GU)

Solution 3: CPRI MUX (UBRIb) co-MPT


WRRU

RRU
(GU)

G+U

UBRIb

GTMU
WBBPf

UMPT/WMPT

Solution 2: Separate connection separateMPT


WRRU

WBBPf

Solution 4: Separate connection coMPT


WRRU

GRRU

UMPT (G*U)

GRRU

UBRIb

GTMU
WBBPf
WBBPf
UMPT (G*U)
UMPT/WMPT
1. In co-MPT scenarios, GSM CPRI data cannot be converged by the WBBPf or LBBPd. the UBRIb must be used to process GSM CPRI data.
2. The evolved GTMU in CPRI MUX in co-MPT scenarios does not support the converged party. In this situation, the UBRIb must be used.
3. The UBBPd can be used in all scenarios. It can replace the WBBPf.
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BBU&RF Unit Connection(GU UBBPd)


Solution 5: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) coMPT
WRRU

Solution 6: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) co-MPT&coBBP

RRU
(GU)

RRU
(GU)

G+U

G+U

UBBPd(U)

UBBPd(GU)

UMPT (G*U)

UMPT (G*U)

Solution 7: Separate connection (UBBP) coMPT


WRRU

GRRU

UBBPd(U)

UMPT (G*U)

1. In co-MPT scenarios of SRAN9.0, GSM CPRI data can be converged by the UBBPd, so the UBRIb does not need to be configured.
2. In the BBU3900, GSM CPRI data cannot be converged by the UBBPd in slot 4/5. In the BBU3910, there is no such restriction.
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BBU&RF Unit Connection (GL - LBBPd)


Solution 1: CPRI MUX (LBBPd) separateMPT
RRU
(GL)

Solution 3: CPRI MUX (UBRIb) co-MPT


LRRU

RRU
(GL)

G+L

UBRIb

GTMU
LBBPd

UMPT/LMPT

Solution 2: Separate connection separateMPT


LRRU

LBBPd

Solution 4: Separate connection co-MPT


LRRU

GRRU

UMPT (G*L)

GRRU

UBRIb

GTMU
LBBPd
LBBPd
1. In co-MPT scenarios, GSM CPRI data
cannotUMPT/LMPT
be converged by the WBBPf or LBBPd. the UBRIb must be
used toUMPT
process
GSM CPRI data.
(G*L)
2. The evolved GTMU in CPRI MUX in co-MPT scenarios does not support the converged party. In this situation, the UBRIb must be used.
3. The UBBPd can be used in all scenarios. It can replace the LBBPd.
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BBU&RF Unit Connection (GL - UBBPd)


Solution 5: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) coMPT
LRRU

Solution 6: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) co-MPT&coBBP

RRU
(GL)

RRU
(GL)

G+L

G+L

UBBPd(L)

UBBPd(GL)

UMPT (G*L)

UMPT (G*L)

Solution 7: Separate connection (UBBP) coMPT


LRRU

GRRU

UBBPd(U)

UMPT (G*L)

1. In co-MPT scenarios of SRAN9.0, GSM CPRI data can be converged by the UBBPd, so the UBRIb does not need to be configured.
2. In the BBU3900, GSM CPRI data cannot be converged by the UBBPd in slot 4/5. In the BBU3910, there is no such restriction.
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BBU&RF Unit Connection (UL WBBPf/LBBPd)


Solution 1: CPRI MUX (WBBPf) separateMPT

RRU
(UL)

RRU
(UL)

U+L

Solution 4: CPRI MUX (WBBPf) co-MPT

LBBPd

WMPT/UMPT

WBBPf
LMPT/UMPT
Solution 2: CPRI MUX (LBBPd) separateMPT

U+L

Solution 5: CPRI MUX WBBPf


(LBBPd) co-MPT
UMPT (U*L)

RRU
(UL)

RRU
(UL)

U+L

U+L
LBBPd

WMPT/UMPT

WBBPf
LMPT/UMPT
Solution 3: Separate connection
separate-MPT

LBBPd

LBBPd

Solution 6: Separate connection


co-MPT
WBBPf
UMPT (U*L)
RRU
(UL)

RRU
(UL)

LBBPd

WMPT/UMPT

1. The UBBPd can be used inWBBPf


all scenarios.
It can replace the WBBPf/LBBPd.
LMPT/UMPT
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WBBPf
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UMPT (U*L)

BBU&RF Unit Connection(UL UBBPd)


Solution 7: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) co-MPT&coBBP
RRU
(UL)
U+L

UBBPd(UL)

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BBU&RF Unit Connection (GUL Co-MPT WBBPf/LBBPd/UBRIB)


Solution 1: CPRI MUX (UBRIb/WBBPf)

RRU
(UL)

Solution 3: Separate connection


RRU
(GL)

RRU
(GU)

GRRU
WRRU

LRRU

UBRIb

UBRIb

LBBPd

LBBPd
WBBPf

WBBPf
UMPT
(G*U*L)
Solution 2: CPRI MUX (UBRIb) for RRU3961
(GUL)

UMPT
(G*U*L)

RRU
(GUL)

G+U+L

UBRIb
LBBPd

WBBPf
UMPT
1. In co-MPT scenarios, GSM CPRI data cannot(G*U*L)
be converged by the WBBPf or LBBPd. the UBRIb must be used to process GSM CPRI data.
2. The UBBPd can be used in all scenarios. It can replace the WBBPf/LBBPd.
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BBU&RF Unit Connection (GUL co-MPTUBBPd)


Solution 4: CPRI MUX (UBBPd) for RRU3961 (GUL)

Solution 5: CPRI MUX (UBBPd UL co-BBP) for RRU3961


(GUL)

RRU
(GUL)

RRU
(GUL)

G+U+L

G+U+L
UBBPd(L)

WBBPf

RRU
(GUL)

UBBPd(UL)

UMPT (G*U*L)

UMPT (G*U*L)
Solution 6: CPRI MUX (UBBPd GUL co-BBP) for
AAU3902 (GUL)
AAU390
2
(GUL)

G+U+L
G+U+L
UBBPd(U)
UBBPd(GUL)

LBBPd

UMPT (G*U*L)
1. When GSM CPRI data is converged by the UBBPd (UL), baseband data is processed by RRUs.
2. When GSM CPRI data is converged by the UBBPd(GUL), baseband data is processed by the UBBPd (GUL).
3. In SRAN9.0, GSM baseband data cannot be simultaneously processed by the RRUs and UBBPd.
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UMPT (G*U*L)

BBU&RF Unit Connection GUL Separate-MPT


Solution 2: CPRI MUX (WBBPf)+ dual-star
connection of RRU3961

Solution 1: CPRI MUX (WBBPf)+ dual-star


connection
RRU
(GU)

RRU
(GUL)

RRU
(GL)

UCIU

UCIU
GTMU

RRU
(UL)

G+U

WBBPf

LBBPd

WMPT
/UMPT

GTMU

G+U

WBBPf

LBBPd

UMPT

1. The UBBPd can be used in all scenarios. It can replace the WBBPf/LBBPd.
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WMPT
/UMPT

UMPT

GUL Triple Mode Hybrid-MPT


Solution 1: Separate connection

WRRU

GRRU

Solution 3: GTMUb evolved


RRU
(GL)
LRRU

LRRU

GRRU

GTMUb

GTMU
LBBPd
WBBPf

LBBPd

UMPT (U*L)

Solution 2: CPRI MUX (UL) + Dual star connection


RRU
(UL)

UMPT (G*L)
RRU
(GU)

RRU
(GU)

WRRU

GRRU

GTMU
LBBPd
WBBPf

GTMUb
UMPT (U*L)
WBBP

1. The UBBPd can be used in all scenarios. It can replace the WBBPf/LBBPd.
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UMPT (G*U)

BBU&RF Unit Connection (FDD+TDD)


Scenario 1: RRU cascading under a baseband board
working in FDD mode or TDD mode (China Telecom/China
Unicom)

Scenario 3: RRU cascading under the outdoor


BBU3910A3 (China Telecom/China Unicom)

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Scenario 2: RRU cascading under a baseband board


working in FDD+TDD mode (China Telecom/China Unicom)

Scenario 4: Hybrid cascading of GL and LTE TDD RRUs in


Separate-MPT CPRI MUX (China Unicom)

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Content
1

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products

2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview


2.2 Single Radio Controller
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB

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Co-Transmission Mode: Partial Sharing and Complete


Sharing

BTS

BTS

Configuration
Management
Congestion
Control

LTE

Co-Transmission Unit

ACL

IPSec/PKI

FE/GE, IPoE1

CoTransmission
Unit

LTE

IP Interface Processing Module


Configuration
Management

UMTS

Congestion
Control

Transmission unit
ACL

IPSec

Transm
ission
Device

To the
transport
network

Configuration
Management
UMTS

IP Interface Processing Module


Configuration
Management
Congestion
Control

GSM

Congestion
Control

ACL

IPSec

FE/GE,
Transmissio
IPoE1
n Device

To the
transport
network

IP Interface Processing Module

Transmission unit
ACL

IPSec

IP Interface Processing Module

GSM

Backplane
Interconnection

Radio service
subsystem
Partial sharing: Each mode has an independent transmission unit, including the
transmission module on the main control board and the UTRP board for each mode.
The transmission unit of the primary mode (assume that the LTE mode is the primary
mode in this scenario) provides the co-transmission function, and the modules
highlighted in green are shared by each mode. The transmission units of non-primary
modes are connected to the co-transmission unit through the interconnection ports
on the backplane.
External
Function implemented by the
transmission device
co-transmission unit

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Radio service
subsystem
Complete sharing: The base station has only one transmission unit, including the
transmission module on the main control board and the UTRPc board. The transmission
unit is decoupled from modes, and all resources are fairly shared among each mode.
Processing module
shared among each
mode

Processing module
specific to a mode

Key points: Co-transmission through the backplane, coIP interface, and co-IPSec/co-certificate
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Co-transmission Solution Overview


GU dual mode Co-transmission
GTMUb+UMPT_U
Backplane
SRAN7.0
GTMUa+UMPT_U
Front panel
SRAN7.0
GTMUa+WMPT
Front panel
SRAN6.0 or below
GTMUb+WMPT
Front panel
SRAN6.0 or below
GTMUb+WMPT+
Backplane
SRAN7.0
UTRPc
GL dual mode Co-transmission
GTMUb+UMPT_L
Backplane
SRAN7.0
GTMUa+UMPT_L
Front panel
SRAN7.0
GTMUb+LMPT
Backplane
SRAN7.0
UL dual mode Co-transmission
UMPT_U+UMPT_L
Backplane
SRAN7.0
UMPT_U+LMPT
Backplane
SRAN7.0
WMPT+UMPT_L
Backplane
SRAN7.0

GL+U Tri-mode Co-transmission


(GTMUa+UMPT_L+UCIU)+
Front panel
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_U)
(GTMUa+LMPT_L+UCIU)+
Front panel
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_U)
(GTMUb+UMPT_L+UCIU)+
Backplane
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_U)
(GTMUb+LMPT_L+UCIU)+
Backplane
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_U)
GU+L Tri-mode Co-transmission
(GTMUa+UMPT_U+UCIU)+
Front panel
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_L)
(GTMUb+UMPT_U+UCIU)+
Backplane
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_L)
(GTMUa+WMPT+UCIU)+
Front panel
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_L)
(GTMUb+WMPT+UCIU)+
Backplane
SRAN7.0
(UMPT_L)
G*U*L Tri-mode Co-transmission
UMPT concurrent
NA
SRAN8.0

1. If the UMPT is used as the common main control board, co-transmission is provided. 2. In other cases, transmission resources are
partially shared.
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GUL Co-transmission, Co-MPT, Hybrid-MPT, and GTMU Conversion


G*U concurrent

UBRIb

G*U*L concurrent

G*L concurrent

UBRIb

UBRIb
LBBPd

WBBPf

UMPT (G*U)

SeperateOM: U*L concurrent


+GTMU

LBBPd

G*U*L concurrent +GTMU


evolved

GTMU
LBBPd
WBBPf

LBBPd
UMPT (U*L)

WBBPf

UMPT (G*L)

WBBPf

GTMU
evolved
UMPT
(G*U*L)

In the case of co-MPT, the OM channel is shared, whereas different models data can be transmitted separately.
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UMPT
(G*U*L)

GU/GL Separate-MPT Co-transmission

GTMUb
WBBP
Back
connection
FE/GE

UMPT (U)

Transmissi
on

FE/GE interface

WBBP

UMPT (U)

FE/GE interface

FE/GE
Cable
Front plane connection

plane

Note: GTMUa only support front panel connection

Cable

GTMUb
LBBP

GTMUa

Transmissio
n

LMPT/UMPT
(L)

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Transmissio
n
FE/GE interface

GTMUa
LBBP

LMPT/UMPT
(L)

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Transmissio
n

FE/GE interface

UL Separate-MPT Co-transmission

Transmissio
n

Transmissio
n
WBBP
LBBP

WMPT/UMP
T (U)

FE/GE interface

WBBP

UMPT (U)

LBBP

LMPT

UMPT (L)

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FE/GE interface

GU+L Triple-Mode Separate-MPT Co-transmission

BBU Interconnection
signal)

Main

(CLK,

BBU Interconnection
signal)

Control

Main

UCIU

GTMUb

WMPT

FE/GE Cable
BBU
Interconnection
line

Control

UCIU

GTMUb
WBBP

(CLK,

LBBP

UMPT
FE/GE(L)
interface

WBBP

UMPT
(U)
FE/GE
interface

Transmissio
n

Transmissio UMPT
LBBP
n
(L)

The UMPT in the main BBU provides a co-transmission port. If no UMPT is installed in the main BBU, the UMPT in the secondary BBU
provides a co-transmission port.
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GU/GL/UL Co-transmission - Front panel connection(before 7.


0)

FE GTMU
FE

WBBP

WMPT

Transmissio
n

Transmissio
n

FE
FE

FE/E1/T1 interface

LMPT

Front
panel
FE/GE Cable
connection

Note: GTMU can be either GTMUa or


GTMUb

WMPT

UTRP2/9

FE

FE GTMU

LBBP

FE

Transmissio
n
FE GTMU

LMPT

WBBP

WMPT

FE/GE
interface
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FE/GE interface

GE
interface
Transmissio
n

Co TRM
Service Types

BSC
RNC

UBRIb
LBBPd
WBBPf
UMPT
G*U*L co-MPT
(G*U*L)

G+U+L

Signal
ing

EPC

Transmissio
n

2G

FE/GE Cable
BBU
Interconnection
line

PHB

DSCP

Signaling

CS6

48

IP Clock

CS5

46

CS Voice

EF

46

CS Data

AF4
1

34

PS Data

AF3
1

26

EF

46

Conversational&
streaming

AF4
1

34

Interactive&
background

AF1
1

10

QCI1

EF

46

QCI2

AF4
1

34

QCI3

AF4
1

34

QCI4

AF4
1

34

AMR Speech
3G

DSCP

QUEUE

48~63

QUEUE0

40~47

QUEUE1

32~39

QUEUE2

24~31

QUEUE3

16~23

QUEUE4

8~15

QUEUE5

0~7

QUEUE6

1. G/U/L common transmission port: a. Unified transmission rates for the wholeLTE
base QCI5
station; b. Port EF
transmission
resources are shared
46
among each mode.
AF2
2. Unified GUL transmission priority: DSCP/VLAN priority
QCI6
18
1
3. The UL co-MPT BTS3900 supports backpressure in the case of port congestion and flow control collaboration in the case of E2E
congestion.
AF2
QCI7
18
1
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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT

3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB
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Multi-RAT Coordination Scenarios


CSFB Solution

Idle Mode Camping


Solution
The camping and reselection
strategies are optimized to achieve
the reasonable GUL UE distribution
and balance the load for UEs in
GUL
connected mode between GUL
networks.

Resource Sharing
Solution
GL DSS: The power and
spectrum sharing solutions are
implemented among different
RATs to improve spectrum
efficiency and capacity.

G900+G1800
U2100
L2600+L800
Dense urban

"One Network"

CSFB/Fast Return: CS services


initiated in LTE networks
immediately fall back to the
GSM/UMTS network and return the
LTE networks when they are
Experience
completed.

G900
U900
L800

G900+G1800
U2100
L2600+L800
Urban

GUL coverage-based handover:


When UE are moving, CS&PS
services are handed over
between different networks
when the coverage is poor.

Rural

Traffic Steering Solution


Load Balancing Solution
GUL load balancing: The load is balanced
among networks to improve network
capacity.

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Service Continuity
Solution

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GUL traffic steering: Services are carried


by suitable RATs and frequencies according
to the network situation and service
requirements, which improve the user
experience and network capacity.

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Multi-RAT Coordination Solution


Before SRAN7.0

Idle Mode

CSFB

Service
Continuity

Load Balancing

Traffic Steering

GUL cell reselection


GU fast return
GL fast return
UL fast return
L->G/U CSFB/with SI
L->U CSFB with DMCR
L->U CSFB with PS HO
L->G/U CSFB with LAI
L->U CS/PS Steering
L->U CSFB emergency call
optimization
L->G/U SRVCC
G<->U coverage-based
handover
L->G/U coverage-based
handover
G<->U
load-based handover
L->U/G load-based handover
G<->U load balancing over the Iur-G
interface
G->U/L service-based handover
L->G/U service-based handover
U->G/L service-based
redirection/handover

GU power sharing
GU spectrum
Resource Sharing
sharing/enhancement
GSM frequency-level power control
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SRAN8.0
GL fast return enhancement
(CSFB identification and
measurement)
UL fast return enhancement
(CSFB identification)
LTE->U CSFB enhancement
(light load preferred)
CSFB Steering to UTRAN
CSFB Steering to GERAN

U->L coverage-based
handover/redirection
L->U SRVCC (CS+PS)
U->L LDR (handover/redirection)
Enhanced L->U handover with load
information

Enhanced U->L service-based


handover/redirection

GL power sharing
GL bufferzone optimization

SRAN10.X~

SRAN9.0
GU cell reselection based on the UE
priority

L->U Ultra-Flash CSFB


L->G CSFB QoS Assurance
(very early TCH assignment/fullrate assurance)

L->U SRVCC enhancement


(admission)
L->U PS rate decreasing admission
improvement
Enhanced U->L load-based
handover/redirection with load
information

Flexible Camp Strategy Based on


SPID

L->G Ultra-Flash CSFB

Fast Return to LTE for SRVCC


User
L2G QoS Optimization for
SRVCC
Enhanced LTE-to-UMTS load
balancing (based on the number
of UEs)

Enhanced U->L service-based


handover/redirection with load
information
GL DSS
GSM thin network (1800M+900M)
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UL Unified Video Steering


UL Unified Overload Control

3.3.1 Idle Mode Camping Solution


Feature

Remarks

GBFD-114301 GSM/WCDMA Interoperability

G2U cell
reselection

GBFD-511301 Cell Reselection Between GSM and LTE

G2L cell
reselection

No feature is available.

U2G cell
reselection

WRFD-020126 Mobility Between UMTS and LTE Phase 1

U2L cell
reselection

LOFD-001020 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and


GERAN

L2G cell
reselection

LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and


UTRAN

L2U cell
reselection

GBFD-171210 Flexible Camp Strategy Based on SPID

G2L cell
reselection

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Idle Mode CampingCell Reselection Solution

Camping policy
Inter-RAT camping
policy

LTE>UMTS>GSM
LTE>UMTS>GSM

LTE
(High)

UMTS
(Medium)

LTE:
LTE: preferentially
preferentially
camping
camping at
at high
high

SIB

frequency
frequency bands
bands

Intra-RAT camping
policy
SIB

UMTS:
UMTS: random
random
camping
camping

GSM:
GSM: preferentially
preferentially
camping
camping at
at high
high
frequency
frequency bands
bands

GSM (Low)

SI

The camping policy is configured using parameters


Suggested RAT Priority:
LTE(High)
UMTS(Medium)
GSM(Low)

and broadcast to UEs using system information. UEs


camp or reselect cells according to the camping policy.

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Idle Mode Camping GSM/UMTS Fast


Return to LTE
8s after UE idle
Without Camp
Fast Return

CS call on UMTS

LTE
"Fast Return"
Channel release
with LTE
frequencies

CSF
B

Camp in LTE

in LTE

Cell reselection

400ms after CS call


With Camp
Fast Return

in LTE
CS call on UMTS

Camp in LTE
Redirection

UMTS Fast Return to LTE


GSM/UMTS

Features
GBFD-511312 Fast LTE
Reselection at 2G CS Call Release
WRFD-140226 UMTS-to-LTE Fast
Return
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The time taken by a UE to return from GSM to LTE is


reduced from 10s to 480 ms.

GSM Fast Return to LTE


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Idle Mode Camping GU fast return

The time
time taken
taken by
by aa UE
UE to
to
The

return from
from aa GSM
GSM network
network to
to
return
UMTS
CS handover

UMTS network
network is
is reduced
reduced
aa UMTS

"Fast Return"
Channel release with "cell
selection indicator after
release of all TCH and
SDCCH"

from 30s
30s to
to 2s.
2s.
from
Feature

GSM

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GBFD-114325 Fast WCDMA Reselection at


2G CS Call Release

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GSM Flexible Camp Strategy Based on SPID


Customer's Requirements:

DT requirement: The roaming user does not camp on LTE in idle mode and does not swit
ch to LTE in connected mode.
For the unsubscribed user of LTE, if its terminal supports LTE, it is required that the user
do not continuously measure LTE signals and do not camp on LTE.
Customer's Benefits:
The unsubscribed multimode user of LTE directly camps on GSM, and does not continuo
usly measure LTE signals. This saves power consumption and improves user experience.
This helps the customer to implement the flexible mobility management strategy on roa
ming users in idle mode.
Competition Analysis:
E///: supported by 12B (12Q4)
Solution:
According the IMSI information of the user, configure the SPID value of the user on the
HSS. The RAN obtains the IMSI information of the user from the CN. Based on the IMSI a
nd the strategy on the BSC side, the RAN maps the information to the dedicated band pri
ority that can be comprehended by the UE. The priority information is sent to the UE thro
ugh Channel Release and PMO messages.
Marketability and License Control Strategy:

Priority
Group

SPID

Dedicated Priority Group

S1tr
ate
g

Optional feature; Under license control


Restrictions and Restraints:

The SGSN must support the SPID function.

The terminal must support LTE.

The GSM PS handover and PS redirection industry chain is not mature. Therefore, this fe
ature only supports SPID-based mobility management of UEs in idle mode.

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y
referentiall

2
y fo
r ro
am
ing
or

Workload Estimation
Workload
estimatio
n

MBSC

CME

2.9

0.1

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Management of
UEs in idle mode
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1n LTE
camping o

Mode

Frequency Band

Priority

LTE
LTE

800M/700M
900M/850M

7
6

LTE

1800M/1900M

LTE
UMTS
UMTS
GSM
GSM
UMTS
UMTS
GSM

2600M
900M/850M
2100M
900M/850M
1800M/1900M
900M/850M
2100M
900M/850M

4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5

1800M/1900M

uns
2
ubs
crib
GSM
ed
use
r

3.3.2 Service Continuity Solution


Feature

Remar
ks

GBFD-114301 GSM/WCDMA Interoperability

G2U
handove
r

GBFD-511302 PS Handover Between GSM and LTE Based on


Coverage

G2L
handove
r

WRFD-020303 Inter-RAT Handover Based on Coverage

U2G
handove
r

WRFD-150220 Coverage Based PS Handover from UMTS to LTE

U2L
handove
r

LOFD-001020 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and GERAN


LOFD-001023 SRVCC to GERAN

L2G
handove
r

LOFD-001019 PS Inter-RAT Mobility between E-UTRAN and UTRAN


LOFD-001022 SRVCC to UTRAN
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L2U
handove
r

Coverage-Based Handover
Definition:
When a UE moves out of
the UE is handed over to
RAT.
Benefits:

the
the

coverage
coverage

of
of

an RAT,
another

Services carried by UEs continue when the UEs


move out of LTE coverage.
Handed
Handed over
over to
to the
the
Poor LTE coverage

UMTS
UMTS or
or GSM
GSM networks
networks

Poor UMTS coverage

Handed
Handed over
over to
to the
the LTE
LTE
or
or GSM
GSM networks
networks

Poor GSM coverage

Handed
Handed over
over to
to the
the
UMTS
UMTS or
or LTE
LTE networks
networks

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LTE
LTE
Coverage
Coverage
L2U/G PS HO based on coverage

UMTS/GSM Coverage
Decision criteria:
The signal quality of the serving cell is
lower than a certain threshold.
The signal quality of the neighboring cell
is higher than a certain threshold.
Signal of
the serving
cell

Signal of the
neighboring cel

Thresh_N

Thresh_S
_Low

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S_Qual

Interoperability: Fast Return to LTE for SRVCC/CSFB User & QoS Optimization for SRVCC

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QoS Optimization for SRVCC:

Fast Return to LTE for SRVCC/CSFB User:

Customer's Benefits:

Customer's Benefits:

Ensure that the voice service experience of SRVCC user does not compromise after the
user switches to the GSM network, which improves the SRVCC handover

The time for the G2L SRVCC user to return to LTE decreases from 5-8s to less than 500 ms.

preparation success rate/MOS.

The time for the U2L SRVCC user to return to LTE decreases from 5-8s to 3.5-4s.
The time for the U2L CSFB user to return to LTE decreases from 5-8s to 3.5-4s. The risk of network
disconnection is avoided (23s).

Application Scenario:
Ensure that the voice service experience of SRVCC user does not compromise after the
user switches to the GSM network, which improves the SRVCC handover

Application Scenario:

preparation success rate/MOS.

CSFB and SRVCC are deployed for LTE. In specific scenarios, the UE falls back from LTE to GSM or UMTS.
The LTE user that switched to GSM/UMTS through CSFB or SRVCC quickly returns to LTE after the voice
service is complete.

To ensure the voice service experience of the SRVCC user and improve the SRVCC
handover preparation success rate/MOS when the user switches from the LTE
network to the GSM network

Solution
During a call, the GSM user periodically measures LTE signals. When the call is released, the system
determines whether to trigger the G2L Fast Return according to the measurement result. After the
SRVCC/CSFB voice service is complete, the RNC triggers LTE measurement and determines whether
to trigger the U2L Fast Return according to the measurement result.
Restrictions and Restraints: GSM user supporting LTE measurement in connected mode; requiring
chip support; supported by Qualcomm 14Q4

Solution
After identifying the SRVCC user, the BSC ensures the resources allocated to the user
in the following ways: Preferentially allocating full-rate channels to the user and
reducing VAMOS and half-rate channel allocation.

BSC

None

SRVCC Call
Identification

poor

LTE

SRVCC/CSFB

Fast Return

Cannot
Cannot be
be
measured
measured

Total workload estimation:


Total workload
KLOC
8.55

HERT

MBTS

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MBSC

TCHF allocation
VAMOS Multiplexing /TCHH
Prohibition
CME

4.2 (BSC) 0.2


4.15
(RNC)

GSM/UMTS
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Queuing and Preemption

Restrictions and Restraints:

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3.3.3 CSFB Solution


Feature

Remarks

LOFD-001034 CS Fallback to GERAN

L2G CSFB

LOFD-001053 Flash CS Fallback to GERAN

L2G flash CSFB

LOFD-001069 CS Fallback with LAI to GERAN

L2G CSFB with LAI

LOFD-001033 CS Fallback to UTRAN

L2U CSFB

LOFD-001052 Flash CS Fallback to UTRAN

L2U flash CSFB

LOFD-001068 CS Fallback with LAI to UTRAN

L2U CSFB with LAI

LOFD-070202 Ultra-Flash CSFB

Huawei proprietary
process, introduced in
SRAN9.0

GBFD-171212 Ultra-Flash CSFB


LOFD-081283/TDLOFD-081203:Ultra-Flash
CSFB to GERAN
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L2G Ultra-Flash CSFB

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LTE Voice Solution


Both voice and
data are carried
on LTE

IMS/SR-VCC: VoIP is carried on LTE and


handed over to G/U through SRVCC when
the UE moves out of LTE coverage.

IMS only*, E2012


IMS-SRVCC, 2013

OTT Mode: carries voice services


through the OTT application

Not standardized
Project specific

LTE voice
solution

Data carried on
LTE, voice
carried on G/U

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CS Fallback: Voice services initiated


in LTE networks fall back to G/U
through CSFB.
SVLTE (Dual Standby): For a singlecard dual-standby UE, the PS service
is carried on LTE and the voice
service is carried on G/U.

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LG Optimus, Samsung
Galaxy SII HD, SK Telecom
South Korea since 10-2011

Samsung Craft LTE smartphone, USA MetroPCS,


Verizon since Q4-2010

Introduction to CS Fallback
(CSFB)
Scenario:
Scenario:

Internet

Requirements:

PS data

PS data

LTE Core

GSM/UMTS
PS Core

If
If an
an IMS
IMS is
is not
not deployed
deployed in
in the
the LTE
LTE network,
network, voice
voice services
services fall
fall
back to
back
to the
the GSM/UMTS
GSM/UMTS network.
network.

GSM/UMTS
CS Core

UEs
UEs support
support CSFB.
CSFB.
The
The MSC
MSC and
and MME
MME support
support CSFB.
CSFB.

CSFB delay:
CS RAB setup

Item

Redirectio
n

PS HO

Whether
supported by
UEs

Supported
by all UEs

Supported
by all UEs

Requirement
for the PS CN

Support
CSFB

Support the
following:
1. CSFB
2. L2U PS
HO

CSFB delay

Long

Short

Interruption
delay caused
by the PS
handover

Long

Short

CS RAB setup

LTE Access

2G/3G Access

CS service
setup

Voice fall back to GU

PS data

Voice

Handover
Handover
preparation
Measurement
LTE access
CSFB based on PS
handover

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CS service
setup
Reading system
information
Redirection
Measurement
LTE access
CSFB based on
redirection
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L2U Ultra-Flash CSFB

Scenario

The LTE network does not support voice services, so the voice service
falls back to the UMTS network through CSFB. The delay of this
process is longer than a UMTS only voice service setup process,
deteriorating user experience.

Principle

The eNodeB uses the SRVCC handover process to instruct the MME,
MSC, and RNC to set up CS resources in advance and instruct the UE
to perform the SRVCC handover.

After the UE is handed over to the UMTS network, the MSC and UE
immediately implement subsequent signaling interaction of voice
services without the CS RAB assignment.

Authentication, encryption, and identify query are not required during


an SRVCC process.

Benefits

Reduces the CSFB delay by 1s and improves user experience.

Restrictions

This feature is a Huawei proprietary feature. All involved equipment


including the eNodeB, MME, MSC, and RNC must be provided by
Huawei.

UEs must support LTE-to-UMTS SRVCC handover.


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CS RAB setup
CS service
setup
Handover
Handover
preparation
Measurement
LTE access

CSFB based on PS
handover
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CS service setup
(no authentication,
encryption, and
IMEI query)

Handover
SRVCC handover
preparation

Measurement
LTE access

Ultra-Flash CSFB

Interoperability: L2G Ultra-Flash CSFB (Huawei's Innovation) Back


Customer's Benefits:
The L2G CSFB delay decreases from 5.5s to 3.5s,
which improves user experience.
Application Scenario:
GL common networking; There are terminals that
do not support VOIP services in LTE or the IMS
is not deployed.
Solution or Backup Solution:
1. Prepare CS resources on the GSM side in
advance through the SRVCC handover.
2. Through the SRVCC handover, the procedures
such as system information reading, location
update, authentication, and encryption are
omitted.
3. After the handover, the NAS message for CS
service setup is carried on the TCH. The
transmission rate is faster.
Restrictions and Restraints:
1. Requires support from Huawei MME and MSC.
2. The UE supports the L2G SRVCC handover
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3.3.4 Load Balancing Solution


Feature

Remarks

GBFD-511101 Load Based Handover Enhancement on Iur-g

G2U load
balancing

GBFD-511304 PS Handover Between GSM and LTE Based on Cell


Load

G2L load
balancing (not
supported by
UEs)

WRFD-070004 Load Based GSM and UMTS Handover


Enhancement Based on Iur-g

U2G load
balancing

WRFD-150216 Load Based PS Redirection from UMTS to LTE

U2L load
balancing

WRFD-150217 Load Based PS Handover from UMTS to LTE


LOFD-001045 Inter-RAT Load Sharing to GERAN

L2G load
balancing

LOFD-001044 Inter-RAT Load Sharing to UTRAN

L2U load
balancing

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Load Balancing Solution

Reduces the cell congestion and improves network resource utilization

Performs load balancing between multiple RATs and frequency bands to


improve user experience
L2600

L1800

Inter-frequency
Inter-frequency load
load

L2600

balancing
balancing >
> inter-RAT
inter-RAT

LTE cell congestion

L1800

UMTS/GSM
UMTS/GSM load
load
balancing
balancing

L800

L800

Inter-frequency
Inter-frequency load
load
U2100 F2

U2100 F2

UMTS cell congestion

balancing
balancing >
> inter-RAT
inter-RAT
LTE/GSM
LTE/GSM load
load balancing
balancing

U2100 F1

U2100 F1

U2100 F1

Inter-frequency
Inter-frequency load
load
U900

U900

U900

GSM cell congestion


G900/1800

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balancing
balancing >
> inter-RAT
inter-RAT
UMTS/LTE
UMTS/LTE load
load
balancing
balancing

G900/1800

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LTE-to-UMTS Load Balancing


eNodeB

1. Assesses LTE load and determines whether to trigger a


handover.

Forwarding
cell load
information

eNodeB
MME

The CN supports RIM processes


(forwarding UMTS and LTE load
information).

CN

Handover to UMTS

SGSN
RNC

NodeB

Load

UTRAN

1. Reports UMTS cell load using the RIM


process.
2. Supports load-based LTE-to-UMTS handover
and preferentially selects cells with light load
to avoid pingpong handovers.

LTE
Threshold

When LTE load is high, the load is switched to the

LTE

UMTS network to improve UMTS and LTE


network capacity.
The UMTS-to-LTE handover process is similar.

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UMTS
UMTS
Before

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After

GSM/UMTS Load Balancing Based on Iur-g

Scenario

GSM and UMTS networks cover the same area, and both GSM and
UMTS networks have heavy load.

Principle
GSM and UMTS cell load information is forwarded over the Iur-g
interface.

Cells with light load are preferentially selected during GSM and UMTS
load balancing.

Gains
Reduced number of pingpong handovers between GSM and UMTS
Improved preparation success rate for handovers between GSM and
UMTS

GSM
Iur-g interface

GSM
UMTS

UMTS

MBSC

GSM
Load balanced

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3.3.5 Traffic Steering Solution


Feature

Remarks

GBFD-511104 GSM and WCDMA Traffic Steering Based G2U traffic steering
on Iur-g
GBFD-511306 GSM/LTE Service Based PS Handover

G2L traffic steering (not


supported by UEs)

WRFD-070007 GSM/UMTS Load Balancing Based on


Iur-g

U2G traffic steering

WRFD-140218 Service-Based PS Handover from UMTS


to LTE

U2L traffic steering

WRFD-020129 Service-Based PS Service Redirection


from UMTS to LTE
LOFD-001046 Service based Inter-RAT handover to
GERAN

L2G traffic steering

LOFD-001043 Service based Inter-RAT handover to


UTRAN
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Traffic Steering Solution


Scenario

GU/UL traffic layer

UMTS intra-system layer

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Solution

Purpose

GU:
GU:
PS
PS services
services are
are preferentially
preferentially
carried
carried by
by UMTS
UMTS networks;
networks; CS
CS
services
are
preferentially
services are preferentially
carried
carried by
by GSM
GSM networks.
networks.
UL:
UL:
PS
PS services
services are
are preferentially
preferentially
carried
carried by
by LTE
LTE networks;
networks; CS
CS
services
are
preferentially
services are preferentially
carried
carried by
by UMTS
UMTS networks.
networks.

Utilizing
Utilizing networks
networks of
of the
the
latest
latest RAT
RAT to
to improve
improve
user
experience
user experience

Reducing
Reducing the
the impact
impact of
of
PS
PS services
services on
on CS
CS
services
services

UMTS
UMTS networks
networks provide
provide multiple
multiple
carriers.
carriers. R99
R99 carriers
carriers carry
carry CS
CS
services,
and
HSPA
carriers
services, and HSPA carriers
carry
carry PS
PS services.
services.

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LTE-to-UMTS CS/PS Traffic Steering


Target cell configurable

Customers' Concern

Voice-Prioritized frequency

CS service

How
How do
do the
the UEs
UEs that
that are
are performing
performing CSFB
CSFB or
or PS
PS

Frequency 1: R99

services
services select
select target
target cells
cells in
in the
the following
following scenario?
scenario?

load

CS+PS service

Voice
Data

Data-Prioritized frequency

The
The UMTS
UMTS network
network has
has multiple
multiple frequencies,
frequencies, and
and
service
service steering
steering is
is implemented
implemented between
between frequencies
frequencies
(R99
(R99 and
and HSPA
HSPA frequencies).
frequencies).

Frequency 2: HSPA
load

Solution
UEs
UEs performing
performing CSFB
CSFB preferentially
preferentially select
select R99
R99

LTE
Coverage
UMTS CoCoverage
with LTE

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R99
cell

frequencies.
frequencies.
HSPA cell

UEs
UEs performing
performing PS
PS services
services preferentially
preferentially select
select
HSPA
HSPA frequencies.
frequencies.

CS f
al
cand lback to
U MT
idate
S
cell

Benefit
Traffic
Traffic steered
steered from
from LTE
LTE to
to UMTS
UMTS is
is carried
carried by
by R99
R99
carriers
carriers to
to ensure
ensure the
the voice
voice quality.
quality.

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GSM and WCDMA Traffic Steering Based on Iur-g

Scenario

GSM and UMTS networks cover the same area.

Principle

CS services are carried by GSM networks and PS services are carried by UMTS
networks.

GSM and UMTS cell load information is forwarded over the Iur-g interface.

Preferentially select cells with light load.

Benefits

Improved user experience

Reduced pingpong handovers between GSM and UMTS

Increased preparation success rate for handovers between GSM and UMTS

Data
to 3G

GSM

Voice to 2G

GSM

Iur-g interface

UMTS

UMTS

BSC

GSM

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3.3.6 Resource Sharing Solution


Feature

Remarks

MRFD-211801 Multi-mode Dynamic Power


Sharing

GU dynamic
power sharing

MRFD-211802 GSM and UMTS Dynamic


Spectrum Sharing

GU dynamic
spectrum
sharing

MRFD-211806 GSM and LTE Dynamic Power


Sharing

GL dynamic
power sharing

MRFD-090201 GSM and LTE FDD Dynamic


Spectrum Sharing

GL dynamic
spectrum
sharing
(introduced in
SRAN9.0)

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Power Sharing

GU dynamic power sharing

In a multimode base station, GSM and UMTS carriers share the same power amplifie
r (PA).

GSM and UMTS networks cover the same area and load is imbalanced between GSM
and UMTS networks. GSM networks have lower traffic volume.
Based on multi-carrier and SDR technologies, when the GSM power consumption is l
ow, UMTS carriers can share the power of GSM carriers using the same PA; when GS
M services occur abruptly, GSM carriers reclaim the power that is shared with UMTS
carriers. GU power sharing allows a maximum of 15 W power to be borrowed by UM
TS carriers.

Benefits

Scenario

Implementation

GL dynamic power sharing

Scenario

This feature improves the PA utilization and increases UMTS throughput.

This feature has little impact on GSM networks because power of GSM carriers can b
e shared by UMTS carriers only when traffic on the GSM network is light.

The GSM cell shares its idle power with the LTE cell that uses the same
PA.
The LTE cell distributes the shared power to the entire bandwidth
evenly.

Benefits

When a GSM and an LTE cell share the same PA, the GSM cell must be
configured with at least one non-BCCH carrier.

Implementation

In a multimode base station, GSM and LTE carriers share the PA.

This feature improves the PA utilization and increases LTE throughput.


This feature has little impact on GSM networks because power of GSM
carriers can be shared by LTE carriers only when traffic on the GSM
network is light.

LTE Power

UMTS Power

LTE Power

UMTS Power

GSM TRXs

GSM TRXs

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GSM TRXs

GU Spectrum Sharing

Scenario

The GSM network provides its 5MHz spectrum to


the UMTS network during low traffic hours.

Implementation

10M Frequency Bandwidth


GSM 5M

The DSS zone and period are configured. During


the DSS period, the network checks the traffic in
the DSS zone. If the traffic meets the spectrum
sharing requirement, it deactivates the associated

Non-Busy Hour

GSM 5M

the co-coverage UMTS cell.


Benefit

The GSM idle spectrum resources can be fully


utilized to perform UMTS services.

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Busy Hour

UMTS 5M

Frequency allocation between GSM and UMTS

GSM frequencies and activates the frequencies in

GSM 5M

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GL Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS)

Scenario

This feature applies to GL 1:1 co-coverage network where GSM time and frequency
resources are not fully utilized.

This feature applies to the GSM 1800 MHz normal cells and does not apply to GSM
concentric cells or CoBCCH cells.

Solution
BSC

Sends information about the occupancy of shared frequencies to the eCoordinator


in real time.
Preferentially allocates the dedicated spectrum to CS and PS services and then
allocates the shared spectrum.

Example: Before the DSS, GSM and LTE separately occupying 10 MHz
bandwidth of the spectrum.
Information for Shared
Frequency status

eCoordinator

Calculates the number of available resource elements (REs) on the shared


spectrum.

GSM Using

Calculates the SINR caused by GSM carriers to LTE carriers on each RB in the

LTE Using RB
In Condition

shared spectrum based on the following information and sends the SINR to the
eNodeB:
Cell-level GL interference matrix generated according to the GSM MR
Information about whether GSM carriers are occupying the shared spectrum
eNodeB

Does not send the symbols if the corresponding REs are not available.
Determines whether to use the shared spectrum and how to allocate the RB
resources in the shared spectrum according to the SINR sent by the eCoordinator.

Using Shared RB based on Shared Frequency is used by GSM or not

Principle of GL DSS

Benefits

Improves LTE throughput and optimizes GL spectrum utilization while ensures GSM
capacity and performance.

Reduces
the planning
and OM complexity
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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM

3.5 Cloud BB
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SRAN8.0/9.0 SingleOM
Glossary
SingleOM

Definition
Unified operation and maintenance of Co-MPT base stations
1.

Unified Network Integration (Commissioning and Upgrade)

2.

Unified Configuration

3.

Unified Alarm/Event

4.

Unified Performance Counter

5.

Unified Inventory

6.

Unified Technology and training

7.

Unified Northbound Integration

BTS3900(N=1)

BTS3900(N=2)

BTS3900(N=3)

1. BTS3900 WCDMA/BTS3900 LTE OAM has some optimizations in SRAN 8.0


2. SingleOM also refers to all Co-MPT solutions (BTS Deployment+OAM)
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SingleOM: Software Version


SingleRAN 8.0 Software
Version
One Software Version for all RATs
BTS3900 V100R008C00SPCXXX
Software Packets
BTS3900 V100R008C00SPC000_MBTS.zip
BTS3900 V100R008C00SPC000_ENODEB.zip
BTS3900 V100R008C00SPC000_GBTS.zip
BTS3900 V100R008C00SPC000_NODEB.zip

SingleRAN 9.0 Software


Version
One Software Version for all RATs
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPCXXX
Software Packets
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_MBTS.zip
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_ENODEB.7z
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_GBTS.zip
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_NODEB.7z
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_MBTS
(For Upgrade from SRAN8.0 Version).7z

In poor internet bandwidth, to reduce time of download, SRAN9.0 provides sing-mode small software packages
(BTS3900V100R009C00SPC100_GBTS.zip /BTS3900V100R009C00SPC100_NodeB.7z/BTS3900V100R009C00SPC100_eNodeB. 7z) as well as
the large software package BTS3900V100R009C00SPC100.zip.
In addition, SRAN 9.0 provides two large software packages:
BTS3900 V100R009C00SPC000_MBTS(For Upgrade from SRAN8.0 Version).7z, which contains one NodeB software package
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BTS3900V100R009C00SPC100.zip,
which contains two NodeB software packages, like the
software
package that SRAN8.0 provides

SingleOM: Upgrade
va Au
rio to
us ma
ba tic
se ge
st ne
at ra
io tio
n
m no
od f
el
s

It is recommended that an all-at-once upgrade be performed on a multimode base station.


Note: The SRAN8.0 co-MPT BTS3900 must be upgraded all at once.
The upgrade is performed using the SME in the U2000. It is recommended that the upgrade be performed for an entire
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base station.
InTECHNOLOGIES
alternative,CO.,
theLTD.
NE-based upgrade can also be performed. BTS3900
displayed on the U2000 is an NE.

SingleOM: Unified PNP Process


Center Central Room

support

1. Get Software
3. Import deployment parameter list
Start PNP task

2. Planning configuration

M2000(CME)

5. Begin deployment
(ESN,Op)

4. Active configuration (Op)

Config
Config
Config

DHCP

BSC6900

(ESN or DID)

Site

7. Automation Deployment

BTS

6. BTS is powered on.


(DID apply to BTS,Op)

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Th
op e
fo er sam
st r at
at A L i o e
io L n
n
ba
se

Automatically discover Site


Automatically configure Site
Test installation & deployment quality
Commissioning Report

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SingleOM: Topology View


underline
GUL

GUL

1 Co-MPT base
station

Jinqiao 1: co-MPT

GUL

2 Separate-MPT base

station

station

Jinqiao 3: hybrid-MPT

Jinqiao 2: separate-MPT
G

GSM - Jinqiao 3

GSM - Jinqiao 1

underline

GSM - Jinqiao 2
U

UL

UL co-MPT - Jinqiao 3

UMTS - Jinqiao 2

UMTS - Jinqiao 1

L
L

UMTS - Jinqiao 3

LTE FDD - Jinqiao 2

LTE FDD - Jinqiao 1

D
di iffe
st ffe ren
at re t
io nt ic
ns m on
.
ul s
tim re
od pre
e se
ba nt
se

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LTE FDD - Jinqiao 3

SingleOM: Configuration
1 Co-MPT

2 Separate-MPT

GBTS

CME: MBTS Relation Management

NodeB: BTS3900
WCDMA

Co-MPT:
BTS3900
1. The co-MPT base station uses only one set of configuration.
2. If a RAT is not deployed, its corresponding data does not need to be configured.
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eNodeB: BTS3900 LTE

SingleOM: Alarm

Perform operations
based on the NE types

Th
s e
al upp BT
ar o S
m rt 39
s s
0
by qu 0
R ery
AT
. o

AFFECTED_RAT=GUL

1. For Co-MPT base station, alarms on transmission, device are only reported once.
2. The AFFECTED_RAT field in alarm information indicates the RAT that is affected by the alarm.
2. Alarms can be filtered by MO (GBTSFunction/eNodeBFunction/NodeBFunction).
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SingleOM: Performance

1. For Co-MPT base station, counters on transmission, device are only reported once.
2. SRAN 9.0 introduces RAT-based maintenance, and the filtering conditions for performance measurement can be set
based on RAT.
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SingleOM: Device Panel

Bac
k

Board Information

RRU Topology

IC
Sh ON
in o
fo w
rm RA
at T
io
n
Note: SRAN8.1 supports LTE TDD. To differentiate between LTE FDD and LTE TDD, L on the device panel in SRAN8.0 is replaced by L(F) in SRAN8.1 to
indicate LTE FDD. In addition, L(T) and L(FT) are also added, indicating LTE TDD and LTE FDD&TDD.

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SingleOM: Message Tracing

SRAN8.0/9.0

SRAN7.0

Unified Trace and Monitor

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SingleOM: GUL Union Message Tracing

SRAN9.0

SRAN8.0

Add a new function GUL Union Trace for the UE trace of the GUL RAT

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SingleOM: Web LMT


SRAN 7.0

M2000
Client

M2000

BSC WEB LMT

SRAN 8.0/9.0

JAVA LMT for NodeB

M2000

BSC WEB LMT

WEB LMT for


eNodeB

BSC6900

M2000 Client

MML
Alarm
Monitor
Trace
Software
Management
Device Panel
Unified WEB LMT

BSC6900

GBTS

NodeB

eNodeB

Unified

GBTS

NodeB

LMT channel
OM channel

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eNodeB
eNodeB

BTS3900
BTS3900

BTS License Strategy


GUL BTS Managed by Different
License File

1. GBTS controlled by BSC

In One BSC

One file

BSC License File

GBTS
GBTS
1. GbtsFunction of Co-MPT BTS

eGBTS License
File

1. NODEB
2. NodeBFunction of Co-MPT BTS

NodeB License
File

1. eNodeB
2. eNodeBFunction of Co-MPT BTS

GBTS
GBTS

GBTS
GBTS

One file

eNodeB License File

In One BSC
BTS390
BTS390
0
0

One file
One file
One file One file
One file

BTS390
BTS390
0
0

BTS390
BTS390
0
0

In One RNC
eNode
eNode
B
B

eNode
eNode
B
B

BTS390
BTS390
0
0

BTS390
BTS390
0
0

NodeB
NodeB

NodeB
NodeB

BTS390
BTS390
0
0
BTS390
BTS390
0
0

BTS3900 has three license files: eGBTS license File/NodeB License File/eNodeB License File
For a co-MPT base station, the license items for RATs supported by a UMPT need to be purchased.
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Overall SRAN10.0 Northbound Solution


NMS System
BSC6900
Model

SRAN7.0/8.0/9.0/1
0.0
1. BSC6900
2. BTS3900 GSM

BSC6910
Model

ECO6910
Model

SRAN8.0/9.0/10.0
1. BSC6910
2. BTS3900 GSM

SRAN10.0
1. ECO6910

Configuration
File

Corba

CME File

1.

2.
3.

U2000

BTS Legacy Model

SRAN7.0
SRAN8.0/9.0
1. BTS3900 WCDMA 1. BTS3900 WCDMA
2. BTS3900 LTE
2. BTS3900 LTE

Performance
File

BTS SingleOM Model

SRAN8.0/9.0
1. BTS3900

Alarm
File

Corba

ASCII

SNMP

SRAN10.0
1. BTS3900
2. BTS3900 WCDMA
3. BTS3900 LTE

USU3910
Model

SRAN10.0
1. USU3910

Inventory
File

Northbound changes of SRAN10.0 base stations:


Legacy NBIs are not supported. Only SingleOM NBIs are supported.
Parameters, counters, and alarms that are set as disuse ones in SRAN8.0 are disused in SRAN10.0.
Northbound compatibility changes: sub-module version information can be configured on the CME and U2000
ECO6910 and USU3910 are regarded as new product models and their northbound interfaces are Ready.
The northbound interface documents for BTS3900, BTS3900 WCDMA, and BTS3900 LTE are incorporated into one, which is then divided into four parts: Node, GRAT, URAT,
and LRAT.

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Content
1
2

SRAN10.1 Glossary
SingleRAN Products
2.1 SingleRAN Network and Product Overview
2.2 Single Radio Controller (SRC)
2.3 RF/RRU/AAU
2.4 BBU
2.5 USU

SingleRAN Solution
3.1 RF&BBU: CPRI Solution
3.2 Co-Transmission&Co-TRM
3.3 Inter-RAT
3.4 SingleOM
3.5 Cloud BB
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Cloud BB Architecture
Centralized Cloud BB (Ideal Backhaul)
User-plane data

Control-plane data
Interconnection port
(sCPRI port)

SRIO/sCPRI port

Distributed Cloud BB (Ideal Backhaul)


Control-plane and user-plane data

Interconnection port (ETH port)


USU3910
Eth

USU3910

USU3910

USU3910

Eth
BBU
BBU

BBU

Baseband
board
Main control
board

Baseband
board
Main control
board

USU
BBU

Centralized
BBU

Optical Front
Haul for CPRI

BBU
Baseband
board
Main control
board

RRU

Eth

BBU

UCCU
Main control
board/
Transmission
board

BBU

UCCU

UCCU

Main control
board/
Transmission
board

Main control
board/
Transmission
board

Backhaul
Network

RRU

Optical
Transmission for
CPRI/SCPRI

BBU

BBU

BBU

Baseband
board
Main control
board

Baseband
board
Main control
board

Baseband
board
Main control
board

Backhaul
Network

USU

S1/X2

RRU RRU
RRU

Control-plane and user-plane data

10GE/40GE port

USU3910
USU3910

Coordination over Relaxed Backhaul

Backhaul
Network
S1/X2

S1/X2

RRU

RRU

BBU

BBU

RRU

RRU

RRU

BBU

BBU
BBU

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BBU

Centralized Cloud BB
2nd Level USU
USU1

USU6

USU7

USU12

1st Level USU


A maximum of 120

BBU1

BBU10

BBU1

BBU10

BBU1

BBUs

BBU10

BBU1

BBU10

Centralized
Centralized Cloud
Cloud BB
BB Specification
Specification
Max. Configuration

1 USU support 10 BBUs Max.(30G for 1 BBU)


1 Cloud BB support 120 BBUs Max. (12 1st Level USUs)

Feature

LOFD-070208 Coordinated Scheduling based Power Control (Cloud BB) (LTE FDD)
LOFD-070223 UL CoMP based on Coordinated BBU (LTE FDD)
LAOFD-070202 Carrier Aggregation for 2CC based on Coordinated BBU (LTE FDD)
SFN (LTE TDD): single frequency network (SFN)

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Cloud BB

Hardware

Distributed Cloud BB - TR5

BBU

Easy
macro

SRC

Cloud
BB

North
bound

Feature

Others

PCN

Distributed
Distributed Cloud
Cloud BB
BB Specification
Specification
2nd Level USU 3910
40GE

40GE

1 USU support 50 BBUs Max.


Max.
1 Cloud BB support 300 BBUs Max.
Configuration
(6*1st Level USUs)

Feature

1st Level USU 6

1st Level USU1 3910

LOFD-070208 Coordinated Scheduling based Power Control


(Cloud BB) (LTE FDD)
LOFD-070223 UL CoMP based on Coordinated BBU (LTE FDD)
LAOFD-070202 Carrier Aggregation for 2CC based on
Coordinated BBU (LTE FDD)
SFN (LTE TDD): single frequency network (SFN)

10GE

10GE

10GE

10GE

BBU1

UCCU

BBU25

BBU3900/3910/3910A

1.
1. BBU-1
BBU-1stst Level
Level USU
USU distance:
distance: 10
10 km
km
2.
2. BBU-BBU
BBU-BBU max.
max. distance:
distance: 20
20 km
km
3.
E2E
time
delay:
<
130
us
3. E2E time delay: < 130 us

UCCU

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BBU1

UCCU

BBU25

UCCU

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Cloud BB OM

Hardware

BBU

Easy
macro

SRC

Cloud
BB

North
bound

Feature

Others

PCN

M2000
eNodeB1

eNodeB2

eNodeB3

eNodeB4

eNodeB4

eNodeB5

3.
4.

USU3
USU5

USU2
USU5

USU4

USU3

1.
2.

USU2
USU4

USU1

Topology

eNodeB1

USU1

eNodeB2

eNodeB3

eNodeB4

eNodeB5

eNodeB6

The base stations and USU3910s involved in Cloud BB are maintained as independent NEs.
OM operations supported by base stations and USU3910: Inter-NE connection topology reporting; new alarms reported when NE
connections are incorrect; BBU-USU relationship configurations.
OM operations supported by M2000: topology display (cloud BB), software upgrade (by cloud ID), alarm management (can be queried by
cloud ID), and BBU/USU relationship query.
USU3910, as an independent NE, supports northbound interconnection. Northbound is Ready (software + documentation) for USU3910.
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Remarks About SingleOM


Visible in
Term

Customer

Visible on

Definition

OSS GUI

Documents?

Unified operation and maintenance experience for multiple modes in a multimode base station is called SingleOM.
Notes:
1. OM experience includes topology display, device panel, upgrade, reconstruction, site deployment, alarm browsing, tracing, configuration, web
SingleOM

LMT, MML commands, and northbound interfaces.


2. NE types include BTS3900, BTS3900 WCDMA, and BTS3900 LTE.
2014/2/15: According to the meeting minutes of IPMT discussion about the relationship between co-MPT and SingleOM on 2014-0124, publicity about co-MPT should be stopped. We should only promote co-MPT to customers. Clarify that SingleOM and legacy
OM differ slightly.

Narrowly defined SingleOM: Unified O&M experience for multiple modes of a co-MPT base station
OSS provides the SingleOM Management feature: Only one main control board (UMPT) is deployed, and this board supports mode concurrency
(GO/UO/LO/GU/GL/UL/GUL) and unified O&M (SingleOM).
On the RAN side, SingleOM is considered as base station deployment architecture adjustment.
On the marketing interface, unified O&M experience is called SingleOM. Such SingleOM can be understood as generalized SingleOM. In this case, other base
stations and base station combinations except GBTS can be called SingleOM. In sales guide, separate-MPT SingleOM and co-MPT SingleOM correspond to
SingleOM deployment on different boards and SingleOM deployment on one board, respectively.

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BBU Deployment
Co-MPT Deployment

UMPT

RAT-U

UMPT

UMPT

COMM

G*L

1.5

RAT-L

G*U

COMM

RAT-U

G*U*L

1.4

RAT-L

COMM

RAT-G

1.3

RAT-U

COMM

RAT-G

1.2

RAT-L

RAT-U

RAT-G

1.1

examples

COMM

U*L
UMPT

UMPT

Other Deployment

GTMU

GTMU

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UMPT /LMPT

COMM GSM

G&U&L

GTMU

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G&L

RAT-L

UMPT/ WMTP

COMM

UMPT/LMPT

RAT-U

COMM

2.4

RAT-G

GTMU

G&U

RAT-L

COMM GSM

COMM

COMM GSM

UMPT/ WMTP

RAT-U

RAT-G

2.3

COMM

RAT-L

COMM GSM

2.2

RAT-G

RAT-U

RAT-G

2.1

COMM

UMPT

G&[U*L]

Mode, NE, and RAT Deployment


SingleOM

SingleOM
Mode

NE 1:
BTS3900 GSM

NE

RAT
Deployment

NE2: BTS3900
WCDMA

NE: BTS3900

UPEU
F
A
N

WBBP
WBBP

WMPT

UPEU

Separate-MPT G&U

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UMPT

Co-MPT [G*U*L]

NE2: BTS3900

UPEU
F
A
N

WBBP
LBBP

NE 1:
BTS3900 GSM

UPEU
F
A
N

GTMU

UPEU

GTMU
WBBP
LBBP

UMPT

Hybrid-MPT G&[U*L]

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UPEU

eGBTS, GTMUb/WMPT/LMPT evolved

M2000
CME

M2000
CME
F
A
N

BSC

Weblmt

UPEU

UPEU
F
A
N

GTMUb

GTMU
evolved
UPEU

UPEU

GTMUb evolved: supports SingleOM architecture, provides


UMPT(G)
CPRI and transmission ports.

BSC

BTS OM
Weblmt

SingleOM

BTS

BTS

GRAT/BB

BTS

UPEU

UPEU
F
A
N

F
A
N

UMPT(GUL
)

UPEU
WMPT evolved:UPEU
supports SingleOM and provides
UMTS
WMPT
WBBP
signaling processing
function
evolved
WBBP
WMPT
UPEU
UPEU
F
A
N

F
A
N

GTMUb

UBRIb

UMPT/GTMUb
UPEU

Dependent GSM NE: GBTS


NE type: BTS3900 GSM

Independent GSM NE: eGBTS, based


on SingleOM architecture
NE type: BTS3900 (new NE in
SRAN8.0)

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UPEU

UPEU

UPEU

F
A
N

F
A
N

UMPT(GUL
)

LMPT evolved: supports


SingleOM and provides
LTEUPEU
UPEU
LMPT
signaling processing LBBP
function.
evolved
LBBP
LMPT

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Mode, NE, and RAT Deployment


Class
RAT

Single-mode base station


G

Service

NE
Network
Element

GBTS

BTS3900 GSM

NodeB

BTS3900 WCDMA

separate-MPT multimode base station

Co-MPT base station

GU/GL/UL/GUL

G/U/L/GU/GL/UL/GUL

eNodeB

GBTS&NodeB/
GBTS&eNodeB/
NodeB&eNodeB/
GBTS&NodeB&eNodeB

eGBTS/
NodeB/
eNodeB/
eGBTS&NodeB/
eGBTS&eNodB/
NodeB&eNodB/
eGBTS&NodeB&eNodeB

BTS3900 LTE

BTS3900
BTS3900
BTS3900
BTS3900
LTE

BTS3900
Notes: GTMUb can only
support GSM

GSM+BTS3900 WCDMA/
GSM+BTS3900 WCDMA/
WCDMA+BTS3900 LTE/
GSM+BTS3900WCDMA+BTS3900

Note:
1. Single-mode base stations: One such base station provides only one type of the GSM, UMTS, and LTE services.
2. Multi-mode base stations: One such base station provides two or all three types of the GSM, UMTS, and LTE services.
3. Co-MPT base station is multimode base station, even if only one mode deployed in Co-MPT base station.
4. eGBTS is just the Co-MPT base station as GSM Service is deployed in Co-MPT base station.

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GBTS, eGBTS, NodeB, eNodeB, Co-MPT

BSC
Abis

MME

RNC
Iub

Abis

Iub

S1

S1

NodeB
GBTS

NE: BTS3900 GSM

NodeB
WCDMA

NE: BTS3900

COMM

COMM

UMPT/ WMTP

NE: BTS3900 LTE


RAT-L

RAT-L

GTMU

eNodeB

NE: BTS3900
RAT-U

RAT-U
COMM

RAT-G

RAT-G
COMM GSM

Co-MPT

UMPT/ LMTP

UMPT/GTMUb

eNodeB

eGBTS

eGBTS: A GSM base station that is directly managed by an EMS. For SRAN10.0, the main control board can be a UMPT
or GTMUb
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Configuration Expressions of SRAN8.0 BBU

G, U, and L are short for GSM, UMTS, and LTE, respectively.

In a G&U BBU, a GSM main control board and a UMTS main control board are configured. In this case, "&" indicates that different mode
s' services are carried over different main control boards.
Example:

In a G*U BBU, only one main control board is configured, and this board processes both GSM and UMTS data. In this case, "*" indicates
that different modes share one main control board.
Example

BBU with GTMU and LMPT: GSM&LTE or GL


BBU with UMPT_G and UMPT_L: GSM&LTE or GL

BBU with UMPT_GU: GSM*WCDMA or G*U


BBU with GTMU and UMPT_UL: GSM&[WCDMA*LTE] or G&[U*L]

In a G&U+L(G) MBTS, two BBUs are used, a GSM main control board and a UMTS main control board are configured in BBU 0, an LTE mai
n control board is installed in BBU 1, and SDR-enabled GL RF modules are used.

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