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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.

ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide


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Preface
Manual Description
This manual details the main procedure and precautions for the ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) outdoor macro NodeB installation according to the installation flow on the site.

Application Scope
This manual is applicable to the onsite engineering installation personnel and the personnel from the local offices and the customer service department.

Abstract
In the form of rich texts and abundant figures, this manual introduces the typical installation mode and installation procedure of ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) outdoor macro NodeB, the cable connection and distribution requirements for both the equipment and auxiliary equipment. It describes the main installation procedure, precautions, key points as well as the installation tools and materials so as to improve installation efficiency and reduce mistakes. It aims to provide reliable instruction for the onsite working personnel.

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Contents
Chapter 1 Installation Tools .......................................................................................................................................................1 1.1 Special Tools ............................................................................................................................................................2 1.2 Punching Tools .........................................................................................................................................................2 1.3 Common Tools .........................................................................................................................................................3 1.4 Measurers ................................................................................................................................................................3 1.5 Pliers and Clamps ....................................................................................................................................................4 1.6 Protective Tools ........................................................................................................................................................5 1.7 Auxiliary Tools...........................................................................................................................................................5 Chapter 2 Introduction to BS8900 .............................................................................................................................................6 2.1 BS8900 (Five types of cabinets)...............................................................................................................................7 2.2 BS8900 Configuration ............................................................................................................................................10 Chapter 3 Auxiliary Engineering Materials .............................................................................................................................14 Chapter 4 BS8900 Engineering Installation Flow...................................................................................................................20 Chapter 5 Installation Preparation...........................................................................................................................................22 Chapter 6 BS8900 Cabinet Installation ...................................................................................................................................29 Chapter 7 BS8900 Equipment Installation and Cable Connection .......................................................................................34 Chapter 8 Making Cable Connectors and Labeling ...............................................................................................................61

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Chapter 1 Installation Tools

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1.1 Special Tools

Feeder connector cutter

Coaxial cable wire stripper

Multifunction crimping pliers

Multimeter

VSWR gauge

Ground resistivity gauge

Optical multimeter

1.2 Punching Tools

Electric impact drill

Drill bit

Dust cleaner

Wiring board
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1.3 Common Tools

Cross screwdriver

Slotted screwdriver

Adjustable wrench

Two-use wrench

Electric iron

Soldering tin thread

Rubber hammer

1.4 Measurers

50m tape measure

5m steel tape

Level ruler

Goniometer

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Compass

Plumb

1.5 Pliers and Clamps

Hacksaw

Sharp nose pliers

Diagonal pliers

Pincer pliers

Multi-use files

Nippers

Paint brush

Scissors

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Heat gun

Solder removal tool

Hydraulic pliers

Crowbar

1.6 Protective Tools

Antistatic bracelet

Safety helmet

Anti-slip gloves

1.7 Auxiliary Tools

Pulley block

Ropes

Ladder

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Chapter 2 Introduction to BS8900

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2.1 BS8900 (Five types of cabinets)


BC8910 U240 outdoor baseband cabinet (BC8910) RC8911 U240 outdoor RF cabinet (RC8911)

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PC8910 U240 outdoor battery cabinet (PC8910)

RC8910 U240 outdoor RF cabinet (RC8910)

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RC8931 U240 outdoor RF cabinet (RC8931)

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2.2 BS8900 Configuration


Configuration 1: BC8910+RC8911+RC8931, dimension: 1900mm950mm600mm (HWD), weight: 410kg

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Configuration 2: BC8910+RC8911 (Typical configuration, on which this article is based) Dimension: 1900mm600mm600mm (HWD), weight: 300kg

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Configuration 3: BC8910+RC8910+PC8910, dimension: 1900mm1200mm600mm (HWD), weight: 410kg

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Configuration 4: BC8910+RC8910, dimension: 1900mm600mm600mm (HWD), weight: 520kg

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Chapter 3 Auxiliary Engineering Materials

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Description

Figure

yellow-green fire-resistance multi-strand cable

B8200 yellow-green PGND cable

B8200 special DC power cable

B8200 special DC power cable

copper lugs and different colors of heat-shrink sleeves

power cables and PGND cables shall use the copper lugs and heat-shrink sleeves to make terminals

blue DC power cable

BS8900 DC power cable (-48V)

black DC power cable

BS8900 DC power cable (-48V GND)

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Description

Figure

copper ground bar

copper ground bar (used indoor or outdoor)

white ties

to bind indoor cables

waterproof insulating tape

to make waterproof measures for connectors

PVC insulating tape/black

to make waterproof measures for connectors

black nylon fastening tape

to bind indoor tail fibers

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Description

Figure

antistatic bracelet

antistatic bracelet

input/output dry contact node cable

6-way input and 2-way output, and one end is DB25 connector

75ohm E1 cable

8-way 75ohm mini-coaxial E1 cable

120ohm E1 cable

4-way or 8-way 120ohm mini-coaxial E1 cable

1-to-4 SA cable, which contains a E1 cable, a dry SA cable contact node cable, an RS232/485 cable and a ground cable

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Description

Figure

SA data cable

to connect the SA module and the LPU module

SFP high-speed cable

to connect the FS board and the RSU module (used for cabinets in pile)

outdoor optical cable

to connect the FS board and the RSU module (used for cabinets in parallel)

1/2-inch rack-top jumper

to connect the RSU module and the master feeder

7/8-inch feeder ground clip

to ground the feeder

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Description

Figure

7/8-inch triple feeder clip

to fix the feeders to the cable tray or the iron tower

75ohm E1 terminal

75ohm E1 terminal

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Chapter 4 BS8900 Engineering Installation Flow

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BS8900 Engineering Installation Flow (BC8910&RC8911)

Start

Check site environment

Unpack & Inspect

Prepare tools

Install equipment cabinet and RF cabinet

Install cabinets

Install equipment in equipment cabinet

Connect cables for equipment cabinet

Install equipment in RF battery cabinet

Connect cables for RF battery cabinet

Paste indoor/ outdoor labels

Check hardware installation

Check powerup/down

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Chapter 5 Installation Preparation

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Procedure 5.1 Installation Preparation Installation Figures 1

Item

5.1.1 Site Environment Check Installation Steps

Check the site location, power supply system, site transmission, lightning protective ground, etc. according to the project design documents.

Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 4 Installation Materials 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 5.2 Unpacking and Inspection Installation Figures 1 Item 5.2.1 Goods Check Installation Steps Check the total number of the goods and the condition of the packing boxes. Check if the arrival location is consistent with the actual installation location (see Figure 1).

Open the packing box and take out Equipment Inspection Checklist and Unpacking and Inspection Report to check if the goods are consistent with Equipment Inspection Checklist (see Figure 2).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 Equipment Inspection Checklist and Unpacking Inspection Report should be archived.

2 Installation Tools pen 1 2 3 4 3 Installation Materials

If the goods are missed/delayed/broken, the goods quantity is incorrect, or wrong goods are delivered, find out the reason. And the project supervisor should fill in Unpack and Inspection Feedback Table and send it to ZTE Corporation ASAP for timely handling.

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 5.2 Unpacking and Inspection Installation Figures 1 Item 5.2.2 Unpacking Wooden Boxes Installation Steps Insert a slotted screwdriver or a claw hammer into the metal locker of the top cover (see Figure 1). Turn the screwdriver or hammer to loosen the sheet iron (see Figure 2).

Use a crowbar or pliers to remove the sheet iron.

Repeat Step 1 to 3 to remove other sheet irons and open the top cover (see Figure 3)

Figure 1

Figure 2

Take out the equipment from the wooden box.

Key Points and Precautions 1 It is prohibited to wear damp or dirty gloves to touch the equipment or parts.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools slotted screwdriver claw hammer screwdriver pliers Installation Materials 1 2 3 4 4 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 5.2 Unpacking and Inspection Installation Figures 1 Item 5.2.3 Unpacking Cartons Installation Steps Cut the tape along the seam of the carton with a paper knife or other tools. Please note do not cut too deep into the carton (see Figure 1). Open the carton and take out the foam boards.

Check the goods according to the enclosed goods-delivery list inside the carton.

Take out the antistatic packing bag from the carton, open it and take out the electronic equipment or parts (see Figure 2).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 It is required to make antistatic measures before taking out the electronic equipment and parts.

2 Installation Tools screwdriver Installation Materials 1 2 3 4 4 3

paper knife

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 5.2 Unpacking and Inspection Installation Figures 1 Item 5.2.4 Inspection and Handover Installation Steps Carefully check the goods according to the goods names, models, quantity, etc. listed in Packing List. Record the goods one by one. After the inspection, the user and the project supervisor must jointly sign Unpacking and Inspection Report. The goods should be handed over to the user. Both parties should keep a copy of the signed Unpacking and Inspection Report.

Key Points and Precautions 1 Within seven days after the inspection, the project supervisor should feed back the Inspection Conclusion in Unpacking and Inspection Report to ZTE Corporation for archive. Decide the goods handover mode according to the actual conditions on the site.

2 Installation Tools pen 1 2 3 4 4 Installation Materials 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 5.3 Preparation before Installation Installation Figures 1 Item 5.3.1 Preparation of Tools Installation Steps Prepare the installation tools for the installation of the indoor part of NodeB.

Prepare the installation tools and protective tools for the installation of the outdoor part of NodeB.

Key Points and Precautions 1 For the construction personnel working on high buildings, it is required to check if the protective tools (such as the safety belt, safety helmet and anti-slip gloves) are reliable to ensure personal safety.

2 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 4 Installation Materials 3

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Chapter 6 BS8900 Cabinet Installation

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Procedure 6.1 Installing BS8900 Cabinet (BC8910+RC8911) Installation Figures 1 2

Item

6.1.1 Fixing the BC8910+RC8911 Cabinet Base Installation Steps

If the BC8910 and RC8911 cabinets are installed in pile or in parallel, first decide the location of the cabinets and mark the punching positions with the base (see Figure 1). Punching: a. Punch in the marked positions with an electric impact drill (drill bit with a diameter of 10mm). b. The depth of the holes is between 50mm and 60mm (see Figure 2) Install expansion bolts: a. Knock the expansion bolt into the hole and make the expansion tube enter the ground completely; b. Remove the bolt, nut, spring washer and flat washer from the hole. They will be used to install the cabinet base. Place the cabinet on the top of the base, and tighten the screws. Lift the cabinet with the base, and let the expansion bolts go through to the holes of the cabinet. Then add flat washers, spring washers and nuts and tighten the nuts with a wrench (see Figure 3). Check if the cabinet has been fixed steadily. It should not move when pushed by hands. Key Points and Precautions

4 5

Figure 1

Figure 2 Installation Tools marker pen electric impact drill drill bit dust cleaner rubber hammer adjustable wrench 1 2

Figure 3 Installation Materials RC8911 cabinet auxiliary installation parts 3

If the cabinets are installed in pile, requirements of its location are as follows: the distance between the cabinet back and the wall should be at least 400mm, and the front space should be at least 800mm. If there is equipment near the flank sides of the cabinet, the distance should be at least 200mm. And at least 200mm of space should be reserved above the rack top. If the cabinets are installed in parallel, requirements of its location are as follows: the distance between the cabinet back and the wall should be at least 400mm, and the front space should be at least 800mm. The distance between the two cabinets should be at least 60mm. If there is equipment near the flank sides of the cabinet, the distance should be at least 200mm. The RC8911 has been installed with a base before it is delivered from the factory.

When punching on the cement ground, use the dust cleaner or other tools to clean the dust near the hole.

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Procedure 6.1 Installing BS8900 Cabinet (BC8910+RC8911) Installation Figures 1

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6.1.2 Installing BC8910+RC8911 Top Cover Installation Steps

To install the BC8910 and RC8911 cabinets in pile, first remove the four lifting eyes from the RC8911 cabinet (see Figure 1). Fix the four sets of installation parts of the top cover to corresponding holes and tighten the screws with an inner-hexagonal screwdriver (see Figure 2). Put the top cover to the top of the cabinet. Note one corner of the top cover has a protruding part, which is to match the right corner at the front of the cabinet. Tighten the four lifting eyes and make sure the top cover is securely fixed to the cabinet (see Figure 3). Tighten the screw to fix the protruding part with a cross screwdriver (see Figure 4).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 When the cabinets are installed in parallel, both cabinets should be equipped with top covers.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools inner-hexagonal cross screwdriver screwdriver 1 2 3 Figure 4 Installation Materials top cover auxiliary installation parts of the top cover lifting eyes 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 6.1 Installing BS8900 Cabinet (BC8910+RC8911) Installation Figures 1 Item 6.1.3 Installing BC8910+RC8911 in Pile Installation Steps Remove the screws from the RC8911 top before installing the BC8910 and RC8911 cabinets in pile (see Figure 1). Remove the screws from the BC8910 back board with an inner-hexagonal screwdriver, and dismount the back board (see Figure 2). At least two persons together lift the BC8910 cabinet and put it on top of RC8911 and align their positions. Open the front BC8910 door and use an inner-hexagonal screwdriver to tighten the four inner-hexagonal screws at the BC8910 bottom in the front and back of the BC8910 cabinet (see Figure 3). Use the auxiliary glue to fill the gaps between the four screws in Step 3 and corresponding washers and the gaps between the two cabinets to prevent water coming into the cabinet (see Figure 4).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 Because the BC8910 cabinet contains the power module and heat exchanger, it weighs a lot. Take care when lifting it. Do not touch the glue in the cabinets within half an hour after the glue is applied.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver inner-hexagonal screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials BC8910+RC8911 cabinets auxiliary glue 3

After the equipment is installed and its cables are connected, it is required to mount the back board of the BC8910 cabinet.

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 6.1 Installing BS8900 Cabinet (BC8910+RC8911) Installation Figures 1 Item 6.1.4 Checking Cabinets Installation Steps Before make operations (e.g., dismount/mount side baffles, trays, smog sensor) above the power subrack, it is required to cover the power subrack with a pad (e.g. news paper, antistatic bag) to prevent small parts dropping into the power module. Make sure the red cover of the smog sensor has been removed (see Figure 1).

Key Points and Precautions 1 Before installing the cabinet, check if the cabinets have been installed securely and if Step 1 and Step 2 have been executed.

2 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 4 Installation Materials 3

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Chapter 7 BS8900 Equipment Installation and Cable Connection

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Schematic Diagram of BS8900 Installation:

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 7.1 Installing Equipment in BC8910 Installation Figures 1 Item 7.1.1 Installing Modules in the Power Subrack Installation Steps The monitoring module in the power subrack is installed before leaving the factory.

Plug the power rectifier into the installing position along the slideway, and one will hear the sound Ka from the locker (see Figure 1 and Figure 2). Check whether the installation is successful or not after installation (see Figure 3).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools 1 2 3 Installation Materials power rectifiers, whose quantity depends on the survey result 3

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Procedure 7.1 Installing Equipment in BC8910 Installation Figures 1

Item

7.1.2 Installing B8200, Cable Tray and LPU Module Installation Steps

B8200 radiates heat from right to left, so it should be installed in the 2U space with vent (see Figure 1). Push B8200 carefully into the 2U space and tighten it with a cross screwdriver (see Figure 2). Installing the cable tray in 1U space above B8200, and tighten it with a cross screwdriver (see Figure 3). After the installation of cable tray, install the LPU module in 1U space above the cable tray (see Figure 4).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 If there is a baffle installed in 2U space with vent, dismantle the baffle first.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials B8200 1U cable tray auxiliary screw 3 4

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Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1

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7.2.1 Connecting & Distributing PGND Cable of BC8910 Installation Steps

Use cross screwdriver to connect one end of the yellow-green grounding cable to the grounding point of LPU module and B8200 (see Figure 1). Another end is connected with the grounding bar on the left side of BC8910. Tighten it with a cross screwdriver, and the cable should be distributed next to the cabinet (see Figure 2). The grounding point of BC8910 is located in the left corner at the bottom of the cabinet (see Figure 3). a) If the cabinets are installed in pile, it should be connected with the grounding point of the lower RC9811 cabinet; b) If the cabinets are installed in parallel, it should be connected directly with the outdoor copper ground bar. In the cabinets are installed in pile, thread the PGND cable through the cable hole in the left corner at the bottom of BC8910, distribute it along the left side of the RC8911 cabinet, and connect it to the grounding point of the RC8911 cabinet. Use a cross screwdriver to tighten the screw (see Figure 4). Key Points and Precautions

Figure 1

Figure 2

The PGND cable without fixed length should be made on the site. Refers to 8.1.1 Making DC Power Cable & PGND Cable Terminals.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials yellow-green PGND cable white ties 3 4

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Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1

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7.2.2 Connecting & Distributing AC Power Cable of BC8910 Installation Steps

Thread the outdoor AC cable through the back hole of RC8911 and lead it to the back of the power subrack in BC8910. (see Figure 1) Relax the screw of the connecting point of the AC accessing port at the back of the power subrack (see Figure 2). Connect the outdoor AC cable to the connecting point of next AC cable: (see Figure 3) a) Brown core wire : connecting AC Input L terminal: b) Blue core wire: connecting AC Input N terminal:

c)

Yellow green core wire : connecting AC Input PE terminal:

Figure 1

Figure 2

After connection, bind the outdoor AC cable to the beam at the back of the cabinet (see Figure 4).

Key Points and Precautions 1 The AC cable of power subrack is connected before leaving the factory.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver diagonal pliers 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials outdoor AC cable white ties 3 4

Check the polarity is right or not after connecting the core wire.

After binding the cable, use the diagonal pliers to cut the left tie.

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Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1

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7.2.3 Connecting & Distributing DC Power Cable of B8200 Installation Steps

Plug the dedicated cable connector into the power port of B8200 PM module, and use a slotted screwdriver to tighten the connecting bolt. Remove the baffle of the cabling hole in the left corner at the bottom of the cabinet, and thread the cable to the back of the cabinet (see Figure 2). Use a cross screwdriver to connect the cable marking -48V at the other end to the PM2 port (the fifth from the left to right), and connect the cable marking -48 GND to the PM2 GND port (see Figure 3). Bind the cable just connected along the binding bar at the left of the BC9810 (see Figure 4), and bind the cable at the back of the power subrack along the beam at the back of the cabinet.

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 The six air breakers of the power subrack correspond to the DC outpour terminals at the back, in which PM1 to PM4 with 8 ways of DC output correspond to the front four 16A air breakers and other 2 ways of DC output correspond to the front two 32A air breakers.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver slotted screwdriver diagonal pliers 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials B8200 dedicated cable white ties 3

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Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1

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7.2.4 Connecting & Distributing SA Cable of B8200 and LPU Module Installation Steps

Connect the end of SA data cable with yellow-green PGND to the connecting port of B8200 SA module, and use a slotted screwdriver to tighten the screw (see Figure 1). Connect the yellow-green PGND terminal to the grounding point of B8200, and use a cross screwdriver to tighten it (see Figure 2). Connect the yellow-green PGND terminal to the grounding point of B8200, and use a cross screwdriver to tighten it (see Figure 2). Distributing SA data cable in the cable tray (see Figure 4).

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Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver slotted screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials SA data cable 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1 Item 7.2.5 Connecting & Distributing RS232 Monitoring Cable Installation Steps Connect the RS232 monitoring cable to the RS232/485 port of LPU module, and use a slotted screwdriver to tighten the screws (see Figure 1). Bind the monitoring cable along the left side of the cabinet, thread it through the hole in the left corner at the bottom, and lead it to the back of the cabinet (see Figure 2). Connect the other end of the monitoring cable to the X22 port, and use a slotted screwdriver to tighten the screws (see Figure 3).

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Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools slotted screwdriver diagonal pliers 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials RS232 monitoring cable white ties 3 4

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7.2.6 Connecting & Distributing E1 Cable Installation Steps

One end of E1 cable is a DB44 connector (already made). Lead it along the binding bar at the left side of RC8911, and thread it through the left hole at the top of the lower cabinet to let it enter BC8910. Bind the E1 cable to the binding bar (see Figure 1). Distribute the E1 cable along the cable trough, connect it to the E1-GO/OUT-GO port of LPU module, and use a slotted screwdriver to tighten the screws (see Figure 2). Bind E1 cable and other cables to the binding bar at the left of the cabinet with white ties (see Figure 3). The other connector of the 75ohm E1 cable must be made on the site and connected to the DDF. Refer to 8.1.2 Making 75ohm E1 Cable Connectors to learn how to make the connectors. The 120ohm E1 cable should be connected to DDF through a wire clamp. Refer to 8.1.3 Clamping 120ohm E1 Cable.

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Key Points and Precautions 1 E1 cables fall into 2 categories: 75ohm and 120ohm. Usually the 8-pair 75ohm E1 cable is used in China. One end of the cable is a DB44 connector while the other one divides into 2 cables (each cable has 8 cores [Core 1 to 8] and each cable supports 4 pairs of E1 links).

Figure 3 Installation Tools diagonal pliers cross screwdriver wire (optional) clamp 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials E1 cable (75ohm or 120ohm) white ties 3 2 120ohm E1 cables also fall into 2 categories: 4-pair and 8-pair. One end is the DB44 connector while the other end is one 4-pair cable or two 4-pair E1 cables. Each 4-pair cable has 8 cores (Core 1 to 8) and supports 4 pairs of E1 links. The connector at the DDF side is connected through a wire clamp. If the DDF is installed in the BC8910 cabinet, directly connect the E1 cable to the DDF inside the cabinet.

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7.2.7 Connecting & Distributing FE Cable Installation Steps

The RJ45 connectors of the FE cable should be made on the site. For details, refer to 8.1.4 Making FE Cable Connectors. Connect one end of the short FE cable to the RJ45 port of eth0 on the CC board, and another end to the BBU_A0 port of LPU (see Figure 1 and Figure 2). Lay another FE cable along the left side of the cabinet, and thread it through the hole at the left and let it enter BC8910. Then continue to lay it along the left side of the cabinet to the cable tray, and bind it to the binding bar. Connect the FE cable to the eth_0 port of LPU. So far, the FE cable has been connected (see Figure 3).

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Key Points and Precautions 1 Two FE cables are needed and one of them should be 300mm long.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools diagonal pliers wire stripper multi-functional crimper 1 2 Installation Materials white ties Category-6 unshielded Ethernet cable, whose length is decided by the project survey result RJ45 connector 3

BBU_A1 Port and eth_1 port of the LPU module are used if a second CC board is used.

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1 Item 7.2.8 Connecting & Distributing Outdoor Optical Fiber Installation Steps The auxiliary optical modules are installed in the optical module ports of the corresponding sectors on the FS board, and the first module is at the right side of the board (see Figure 1). Thread the outdoor optical fiber through the central big hole in BC8910 to let it enter BC8910, and bind it along the binding bar at the right side of the cabinet to the cable tray (see Figure 2). Insert one end of the outdoor optical fiber into the corresponding optical module carefully, and the installation is successful after a sound Ka (see Figure 3). According to Step 3, plug the other end of outdoor optical fiber into the optical module port of corresponding RSU module (see Figure 4).

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Key Points and Precautions 1 If the cabinets are installed in pile, the outdoor optical fiber or the tail fiber can be used to connect the RSU module and the FS board. If the cabinets are installed in parallel, the outdoor optical fiber shall be used to connect the RSU module and the FS board.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools diagonal pliers 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials white ties outdoor optical fiber 3 4

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 7.2 Connecting & Distributing BC8910 Cables Installation Figures 1 Item 7.2.9 Connecting the Power Cable of PDM Module Installation Steps Thread the cable of PDM module cable through the central big hole of the RC8911 cabinet and lead it into the upper BC8910 (see Figure 1). Thread the cable from the right side of the cabinet to the power subrack at the back of the cabinet (see Figure 2). Release the corresponding PDM port screw with a cross screwdriver, and connect the core wire of the cable marked blue to DC -48V, and then tighten the screw and fix the core wire (see Figure 3). According to Step 3, connect the core wire of the cable marked red to the PDM GND port (see Figure 4).

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Key Points and Precautions 1 If the length of the PDM cable does not meet the installation demand, it is required to adjust the length on the site and remove the sheath at one end to expose the core wire for 10 to 12mm. The other end of the cable of PDM module has been connected before the cable leaves the factory

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools cross screwdriver wire stripper 1 2 3 4 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials 3

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7.2.10 Connecting Other Monitoring Cables of BC8910 Installation Steps

Other monitoring cables should be connected as follows (see Figure 1): X13: input dry-node cable X22: RS232 serial port cable, which connects the RS232/485 port of LPU module X23: flooding signal monitoring cable (it is required to install the flooding sensor at the bottom of the lower RC8911 cabinet) X24: smoking signal monitoring cable (it is required to take off the red mask of the smog sensor) X26: door ban monitoring cable, which is usually connected before the equipment leaves the factory.

Key Points and Precautions 1 Every monitoring cable should be connected to the corresponding port, and Figure 1 is only a reference. The engineers should check the Port Connecting Table under the ports before connecting them.

2 Figure 1 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 5 4 Installation Materials 3

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7.2.11 Connecting Antistatic Bracelet Installation Steps

Insert the plug of antistatic bracelet into the hole in the middle-right part of B8200 (see Figure 1). Fix the nipper of antistatic bracelet to the cabinet door (see Figure 2).

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Key Points and Precautions 1

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7.3.1 Installing Battery and Connecting Cable of RC8911 Installation Steps

Insert the battery into the battery cabinet and push it according to the slideway at the bottom carefully (see Figure 1). Thread the power cable through the hole on the right side of the cabinet, and lay it on the right to the back of the subrack of the cabinet (see Figure 2). Release the positive and negative poles (at the left side of power subrack at back) of the battery input terminal with a cross screwdriver. Connect the cable marked red to the BATT (+) No.1 connector, the positive pole of battery input terminal, and the cable marked blue to BATT(-) No.1 connector, the negative pole. After the connection, tighten the screws and fix the core wires (see Figure 3). After the installation of battery, remove the protective sheet at the back of the probe that monitors the temperature of the cable, and paste the probe on the surface of one battery (see Figure 4). Connect the connector of the monitoring cable to the X4 connector of power module.

4 Figure 1 Figure 2 5 6

Key Points and Precautions 1

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7.3.2 Installing RSU Module and Connecting Cable of RC8911 Installation Steps

Insert RSU module into the slot for RSU module according to slide way (see Figure 1).

Release the Z sheet at the bottom of the slot, connect it with the RSU module and tighten it to ground the RSU module (see Figure 2). Connect the power cable and RSU module, and tighten it with slotted screwdriver (see Figure 3). Connect the RSU monitoring cable to RSU module (in the slot at the left side of cabinet) of Sector 1, and use a slotted screwdriver to fix it (see Figure 4). Connect the outdoor optical fiber to the optical module port of corresponding RSU module. Pay attention to the direction. After the installation, coil the surplus outdoor optical fiber on the rounding plane at the middle-left side of the cabinet.

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Key Points and Precautions 1 Pay attention to the direction when inserting the RSU module, and the power port is located above the cabinet.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools slotted screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials RSU modules, whose quantity is decided by the project survey, 3

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Procedure 7.4 Connecting & Distributing BS8900 Rack-Top Jumpers Installation Figures 1

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7.4.1 Connecting BS8900 Rack-Top Jumpers Installation Steps

Connect the crooked D connector of the rack-top jumper to the RSU40 feeder connector securely with an adjustable wrench (see Figure 1). Connect the straight D connector at the other end of the rack-top jumper to the master feeder. There is no need to install lightning arrester in the middle (see Figure 2). If the rack-top connectors should be made on the site, please refer to 8.1.5 Making Jumper Connectors.

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Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 The 1/2-inch BS8900 rack-top jumpers of fixed length fall into 3 categories: 2m, 3m, and 5m. If they should be made on the site, it is required to apply for the 1/2-inch jumpers, the crooked D connectors and the straight D connectors.

2 Installation Tools adjustable wrench Installation Materials rack-top jumpers 3 4

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7.5.1 Installing and Distributing Master Feeders Installation Steps

Determine the feeder length for each sector according to the project design drawings.

Cut the feeder and mark on them. The actual feeder length should be 1~2m more than the designed length (see Figure 1). The feeders should be laid neatly from the outdoor to the indoor. At the same time, tighten the feeder triple clip. Usually one triple clip is used for every 1m. And the clip should be vertical to the feeder (see Figure 2). Neatly arrange the feeder according to the feeder sequence in the project design documents and the room-entering scheme. Fix the triple clip to the iron tower or the cable tray. Make sure the feeders do not cross (see Figure 3). Install the feeder ground clip and connect it to the outdoor ground bar or outdoor cable tray (the tray has already been grounded). Refer to 7.5.2 Installing and Making Feeder Ground Clips to get detailed information.

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Key Points and Precautions 1 The minimum bending radius of the feeder shall be more than 20 times that of its diameter. It is prohibited to bend the feeder during the cutting process. And the feeders should not be pressed by vehicles or tramped by passengers. Handle the feeders carefully during the cabling. Do not damage or hurt the sheaths of the feeders.

2 Figure 3 hacksaw Installation Tools adjustable wrench anti-slip gloves 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials feeders, whose length and type depend on the survey result triple feeder clips feeder ground clips 3

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7.5.2 Installing and Making Feeder Ground Clips Installation Steps

Determine the installation position of the feeder ground clip according to the site configuration and the feeder length. Cut the sheath of the feeder to expose the external metal part, which shall be as long as the feeder ground clip (see Figure 1). Cover the metal part with the feeder ground clip and tighten it (see Figure 2).

Make waterproof treatment on the exposed part of the feeder. Refer to 7.5.5 Waterproof Measures for Equipment Connectors (see Figure 3). Rub and remove the antirust paint from the nearest ground bar or outdoor cable tray (the tray has already been grounded). After the installation, it is necessary to spray the anti-rust paint or coat butter to avoid rusting (see Figure 4). Lead the ground cable of the feeder ground clip to the nearest ground bar or outdoor cable tray (the tray has already been grounded) and make reliable connection (see Figure 4). Key Points and Precautions

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2 Figure 3 knife sandpaper Installation Tools scissors cross screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials feeder ground clips PVC insulating tape waterproof insulating tape 3

If the feeder is shorter than 5m, it does not need grounding. If the feeder is longer than 5m but shorter than 10m, it is required to ground at one point, and the ground point is at the antenna side and within 2m from the antenna-feeder connector. If the feeder is longer than 10m but shorter than 20m, then two ground points are required one point within 2m from the antenna-feeder interface, and another point near the outdoor feeder outlet and then connected to the outdoor ground bar. If the feeder is longer than 20m but not longer than 60m, a third ground point is required and it should be within 2m from the point where the feeder leaves the iron tower or the rooftop. If the feeder is longer than 60m, it is required to add one more ground point for each 20 more meters.

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7.5.3 Waterproof Sealing of Feeder Outlets Installation Steps

Apply sealant or tapes to the cuts of glass or other materials. For the part contacting the feeder, adopt tapes or silicon sealant to protect the feeder from being damaged by glass or other materials. Take waterproof sealing measures for the gap between the feeder outlet and the feeder. Seal the feeder outlets with silicon sealant.

Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials tapes silicon sealant 3 4

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7.5.4 Making Waterback Bend Installation Steps

Bend every cable before it enters the feeder outlet. The bottom of the bend shall be lower than the outlet so that the water will not enter the feeder outlet and the equipment room.

Key Points and Precautions 1

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7.5.5 Waterproof Measures for Equipment Connectors (A) Installation Steps (to be continued in next page)

Before making the waterproof treatment, firstly clean off the dusts and dirt from the connector. Wrap the PVC insulating tape from left to right and from the bottom upward. The upper layer covers 1/2 of the lower layer. PVC insulating tape should cover the entire feeder connector so that the waterproof insulating tape will not adhere to the connector (see Figure 1).

Then wrap the waterproof insulating tape. Unfold the waterproof insulating tape, remove the release paper and paste the tape end to the point 20~50mm under the connector (with the gelatinous layer inward) (see Figure 2). Stretch the waterproof insulating tape evenly to make its width shrink to 75%~50% of the original width and keep certain elasticity. Wrap the connector from left to right and from the bottom upward. The upper layer covers 1/2 of the lower layer (see Figure 3). When the waterproof insulating tape reaches 20~50mm above the connector, wrap from the top downward to 20~50mm beneath the connector in the same way, and finally wrap from the bottom upward again. Therefore, 3 layers of waterproof insulating tape are required (see Figure 4 and 5). (to be continued in next page) Key Points and Precautions

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Figure 2

(See next page)

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools (See next page) 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials (See next page) 3 4

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7.5.6 Waterproof Measures for Equipment Connectors (B) Installation Steps (follow the previous page)

After 3 layers of waterproof insulating tape are wrapped, press the tape layers with hands to make sure there is no air between the layers (see Figure 6). And then wrap the PVC insulating tape from the bottom upward. Both ends should cover 20mm more from those of the waterproof insulating tape layer. The upper layer should cover 1/2 of the lower layer. 3 layers of PVC insulating tape should be wrapped in the sequence: from the bottom upward, from the top downward and finally from the bottom upward (see Figure 7).

Bind both ends tightly with black ties after the wrapping (see Figure 8).

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Figure 6

Key Points and Precautions 1 Waterproof measures should be taken for antenna-jumper connectors, jumper-feeder connectors, ground points between feeders and ground clips, ground points of the outdoor cable ground clips, all R8840 connectors (including the feeder connectors, power connectors, optical connectors, monitoring connectors, AISG connectors, etc.).

Figure 7 scissors Installation Tools diagonal pliers 1 2 3 4

Figure 8 Installation Materials PVC insulating tape waterproof insulating tape black ties 4 2 3 During the wrapping process, do not stretch the tape too much. The antenna-jumper connector must be wrapped from the bottom upward. And after the wrapping, both ends of the tape should be bond with black ties. The wrapping direction should be the same as the connector screwing direction. It is prohibited to wrap in the reserve direction.

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7.6.1 Bundling and Distributing Outdoor Cables in the Cable Tray Installation Steps

Feeders should be distributed separately with other cables in the outdoor cable tray or on the iron tower. Neatly arrange the feeders and fasten the feeder triple clip. Usually every 2m has a clip. The clip should be vertical to the feeder. And keep the feeders straight (see Figure 1).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Installation Tools diagonal pliers adjustable wrench Installation Materials white ties feeder triple clip 3 4

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 7.7 Installing Antennas and Connecting Cables Installation Figures 1 Item 7.7.1 Installing Antennas and Connecting Cables Installation Steps All the antennas must be installed securely. They shall not move and should meet the wind-resisting requirements. The poles installed at the rooftop must be grounded and located within the lightning-protective range. The antenna port is at one end of the antenna. There are two red protective caps on the jumper connectors. The two ports at the bottom are the electrically regulated ports (see Figure 1). Carefully hold the antenna, fix the installation rack to the pole, put the flat washers, spring washers and nuts in sequence and finally slightly screw the nuts with hands (see Figure). Adjust the antenna installation position, horizontal angle and vertical angle, and tighten the nuts (see Figure 4). The azimuth error of the directional antenna should be within 5. And the pitching error of the directional should be within 0.5. And the single-polarized antennas in the same sector should have consistent pitching angle and azimuth angle. Key Points and Precautions 1 The antenna should be within the protective range of the lightning rod, which means that the lightning rod should be higher than the antenna. Protective angle: not more than 45 in the plain and not more than 30 in high mountains and thunder-dense areas. To ensure safety, security measures should be taken before the antennas are installed.

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Figure 2

Figure 3 Installation Tools adjustable wrench 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials antennas auxiliary fixing screws

If the antenna is installed to the iron tower, it is required to lift it to the tower top: a) Bind the upper side and the lower side of the antenna installation rack respectively with two ropes. b) To prevent the antenna from hitting the tower body, during the lift, one person should take one of the ropes and lift the antenna upward; another person should take anther rope to adjust the rack. c) Because working on the tower top is very dangerous, it is recommended to use the crown block to lift the antenna.

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7.8.1 Checking Equipment Power-up/Power-down Installation Steps

Check if the AC/DC power cables, and the PGND cable at the BS8900 side have all been connected correctly. And check if the DC power cables at the AC power cabinet side have been connected correctly. Check and make sure the power switches at both the BS8900 side and the AC power cabinet side are in the OFF state (see Figure 1). Use a multimeter to test if the voltage at the AC power cabinet side is normal (see Figure 2). If it is normal, power up the AC power cabinet by turning ON the power switch. Use a multimeter to test if the AC input terminal at the back of the BC8910 power subrack is normal. If it is normal, power up BBU and heat exchanger by turning ON the switches (see Figure 2), and test if the DC output terminal voltages of BBU and PDM are normal or not. Turn on the corresponding switches of the DC output terminals of BBU and PDM, and observe the states of the indicators of all the boards and modules (see Figure 3). After the power-up check, turn OFF the PDM and BBU power supplies, then the BBU and heat exchanger power supplies, and finally the general switch at the side of AC power cabinet. Key Points and Precautions

Figure 1

The range of normal voltage at the side of AC power cable is -190V AC-240V AC.

2 Figure 2 Installation Tools cross screwdriver multimeter inner-hexagonal screwdriver 1 2 3 4 Figure 3 Installation Materials 3

The range of normal voltage of B8200 is -40V DC-57V DC.

After the check, close the back board of the BC8910 cabinet and tighten the screws with an inner-hexagonal screwdriver.

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8.1.1 Making DC Power Cable & PGND Cable Terminals (optional) Installation Steps

Remove about 15mm of the power cable sheath from one end of the cable. Trim the core wires with diagonal pliers (see Figure 1). Cover the core wires with a matching copper lug (see Figure 2).

Use the multifunction crimping pliers to firmly crimp the copper lug. It the core wires can move in the lug, crimp the lug again (see Figure 3). Cover the copper lug with the same color of heat-shrink sleeve, that is, the blue DC power cable should be covered with the blue heat-shrink sleeve. Heat the heat-shrink sleeve with a heat gun to make it tightly wrap the crimping joint (see Figure 4).

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Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 The PGDN cable terminals are made in the same way as the DC power cable terminals. Please note the color of the heat-shrink sleeve must be the same as that of the cable.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools wire stripper multifunction crimping pliers heat gun 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials DC power cable PGND cable matching copper lugs heat-shrink sleeve 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 8.1 Making Cable Connectors Installation Figures 1 Item 8.1.2 Making 75ohm E1 Cable Connectors Installation Steps Take a strand from the 75ohm E1 cable. Remove about 10mm of its sheath with a wire stripper to expose the inner sheath (see Figure 1). Let the 75ohm E1 terminal go through the rear cover and the fastening ring.

Remove about 5mm of the inner sheath with a wire stripper to expose the inner core wire. Let the 75ohm E1 terminal go through the hole in the front cover of the connecting terminal (see Figure 2). Weld the metal part of the hole and the core wire securely with an electric iron and a soldering tin thread (see Figure 3). Hold the fastening ring against the rear end of the front cover and crimp the strand with the multifunction crimping pliers. (see Figure 4) Screw down the front cover the rear cover of the connecting terminal.

Figure 1

Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools wire stripper multifunction crimping pliers electric iron soldering tin thread 1 2 3 Figure 4 Installation Materials 75ohm E1 cable connecting terminals for 75ohm E1 cable 3

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8.1.3 Clamping 120ohm E1 Cable Installation Steps

Every 10 strands of the 120ohm E1 cable form a circle. As shown in Figure 1, the 1st circle from bottom upward are blue/red, blue/black-pink/red, pink/black-green/red, green/black-orange/red, orange/black-gray/red, gray/black. Every strand in the 1st circle is marked with 1 red point, and every strand in the 2nd circle is marked with 2 red points. Other circles adopt the same rule. Clamp every wire into the corresponding slot. Make sure the wire clamp is facing the correct direction (the cutting edge faces inward). Press the clamp post downward and the wire will be clamped after a sound of KA. The redundant wire will be cut off automatically (see Figure 2).

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Figure 2

Key Points and Precautions 1 Determine how to connect the 120ohm E1 cable to DDF according to the conditions on the site.

2 Installation Tools wire clamp 1 2 3 Installation Materials 120ohm E1 cable 3 4

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8.1.4 Making FE Cable Connectors Installation Steps

Remove 20mm~30mm of the sheath with a wire stripper or some other tool to expose the core twisted-pair wires, Cut off the anti-stretch thread (see Figure 1). According to the 568B standard, if the RJ45 sheet metal faces upward, the wires from left to right are white-orange, orange, white-green, blue, white-blue, green, white-brown, and brown (see Figure 2). Trim the core wires with a wire stripper or some other tool and leave about 14mm outside the sheath. Arrange them in the correct order. Insert the core wires into the RJ45 connector pins and push them against the inner end of the RJ45 connector (see Figure 3). Check if every wire is in the correct position and firmly clamp the RJ45 connector with the multifunction crimping pliers. Do not release force when clamping to avoid false contact between the connector and the core wires (see Figure 4). After the cables are made, use the RJ-45 cable gauge to check if the FE cables are made up to the standard. Key Points and Precautions In Step 3, the naked core wires should not be too long. Otherwise the sheath may not be clamped in the RJ45 connector and the wires may become flexible later.

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Figure 2

Figure 3 Installation Tools multifunction wire stripper crimping pliers 1 2 3

Figure 4 Installation Materials Category-5 unshielded Ethernet cable RJ45 connectors 2 After inserting the core wires to the RJ45 connector, it is required to check and make sure the core wires have reached the top end in the connector.

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8.1.5 Making Jumper Connectors Installation Steps

Remove about 50mm of the jumper sheath with a knife to expose the metal part (see Figure 1). Apply grease to the metal part and let the rear cover of the connector go through the metal part. Screw down with a wrench. At the point 25mm from the bottom of the connector rear cover, remove the metal part and the white insulating body in it to expose the copper core (see Figure 2). File down the metal part with a semicircular file, and screw down the front cover to the rear cover with the wrenches (see Figure 3). Cover the connector with a heat-shrink sleeve. Heat the sleeve with a heat gun to make it tightly wrap the jumper (see Figure 4).

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Key Points and Precautions 1 The straight connector of the rack-top jumper is made in the same way as the crooked connector.

2 Figure 3 Installation Tools knife 2 adjustable wrenches diagonal pliers semicircular file heat gun feeder connector cutter (optional) 1 2 3 4 Figure 4 Installation Materials jumpers matching jumper connectors heat-shrink sleeve 3

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 8.1 Making Cable Connectors Installation Figures 1 Item 8.1.6 Making Feeder Connectors Installation Steps Remove about 29mm of the feeder sheath with a feeder connector cutter or a knife and expose the metal part. Use a brush to clean off the dusts after the cutting (see Figure 1). Apply grease to the metal part. Let the rear cover of the connector go through the metal part and make the spring ring against the external metal part of the feeder (see Figure 2). Move the rear cover of the connector to the front part until the spring ring against the external metal part. Remove the dust and sharp edges in the cross section (see Figure 3). Take out the front cover of the connector. Connect the inner conductor in the connector to the feeder core, push the connector and make sure the connector and the feeder contact securely. Screw the rear cover of the connector to make it contact the screw thread in the connector. Fix the connector and the rear cover firmly. All the feeder connectors must have waterproof measures. Refer to 7.5.5 Waterproof Measures for Equipment Connectors for detailed information (see Figure 4). Key Points and Precautions 1 Here takes the straight 7/16-inch DIN coaxial connector and the 7/8-inch feeder as the example to illustrate how to make the feeder connector. Refer to the above steps when making other types of feeder connectors.

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2 Figure 3 knife brush feeder connector cutter (optional) Installation Tools two adjustable wrenches 1 2 3 Figure 4 Installation Materials feeders matching feeder connectors 3

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8.2.1 Outdoor Labeling Installation Steps

All the labels should be ZTE private labels (see Figure 1).

Paste labels at both ends of the rack-top jumpers: one point 200mm from the master feeder connector and one point 200mm from the BS8900 rack top. Paste labels at both ends of the -48V DC power cable, -48VGND DC power cable, and the ground cable. At the power supply cabinet side, the labels should be 20mm from the power terminals; at the ground bar side, the labels should be 20mm from the ground terminals. Paste labels at both ends of the optical fibers, network cables, and trunk cables. The labels should be 20mm from the cable ends. The labels should face a consistent direction, with the side indicating the outgoing direction upward or facing the operations and maintenance panel, to facilitate reading.

Key Points and Precautions 1 Labels fall into two categories: printed paper labels (used indoors) and tags (used outdoors). It is prohibited to paste labels or write on the boards. If the writing is required, the handwriting must be neat and the labels must be pasted tidily.

2 Figure 1 Installation Tools 1 2 3 4 Installation Materials paper labels 3 4

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ZXSDR BS8900 (V4.0) NodeB Engineering Installation Guide V1.0 Procedure 8.2 Labeling Installation Figures 1 Item 8.2.2 Outdoor Labeling Installation Steps All the labels should be ZTE private outdoor labels in complete sets (see Figure 1).

Paste labels at both ends of the outdoor antenna jumpers and rack-top jumpers. The labels should be 200mm from the jumper connectors. A master feeder must have at least 3 labels: 2 labels 200mm from the feeder connectors at both ends - 1 label 200mm from the feeder outlet before it enters the equipment room, and 1 label 200mm from the point where it leaves the iron tower. Paste clear labels at both ends of the outdoor cables and ground cables. The labels should be 200mm from the cable ends. Paste clear labels at both ends of the outdoor optical cables. The labels should be 200mm from the cable ends. The outgoing directions indicated by the labels should be consistent with the actual cable routes. Key Points and Precautions

Labels of the master feeder are in a composite mode and the ZTE-WCDMA tags should be used to identity the system.

2 Installation Tools 1 2 3 tags 4 Installation Materials 3

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