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ZXSDR NodeB System Introduction

ZTE University

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
I t d ti off SDR 8000 Series
Introduction
S i Products
P d t
Configuration and Networking of B8200 and
R8840

Node B Principles
p
- Signal
g
Transceiving
g Path
Uplink signals
Downlink signals

Node B Principles
p
- BBUB Networking
g

E1
N*

1
*E
N

Node B Principles
p
- RRU Networking
g

RRU
RRU

BBUB
RRU
RRU

RRU

RRU

Optical fiber

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
I t d ti off SDR 8000 Series
Introduction
S i Products
P d t
Configuration and Networking of B8200 and
R8840

Module Composition
p
- BBU

BBU

Iub interface Iub interface


RNC
module

Baseband processing

module

RRU interface RRU interface


RRU
module

Main control module (CPU)

Module Composition
p
- R8840

Main Functions of Node B

Fulfill radio link transmission with UE at Uu interface


Connect with RNC through Iub interface to fulfill the following
functions:

Reporting Node B measurement information


Forwarding system information broadcast provided by RNC
Performing access control, mobility management, radio resource management, and control
command delivered by RNC

Fulfill local environment monitoring


monitoring.

Concepts
p about Distributed Base Station

It is baseband data that is tranmitted between BBU and RRU.


B th intermediate
Both
i t
di t ffrequency and
d radio
di ffrequency are
processed in outdoor RRU.
BBU and RRU transmits data through
g optical
p
fiber,, significantly
g
y
simplifying project construction.
Concept of baseband pool. Node B capacity increases.

Iub

Iub

(BBU)

TRX

(RRU)

Concepts
p about Distributed Base Station

Antenna
Pole

Feeder

Optical fiber

Difference between BBU+RRU and General Node B

A distributed base station consists of two separately-developed,


mutually-independent
mutually
independent parts. It uses optical fibers instead of
many radio frequency cables to reduce feeders and save costs
significantly. This results in decreased project costs, improved
networking flexibility
flexibility, and convenient installation
installation.

BBU+RRU Advantages
g
MSC Server
MGW

GGSN
SGSN

RNC

RRU

RNC

RRU
Large/medium
scale baseband
pool

RRU

Small scale
baseband
pool

BBU

RRU

RRU
RRU
RRU

RRU

RRU

RRU

RRU

RRU
RRU

BBU+RRU is free from the limitation of auxiliary facilities, with fast, flexible networking,
as well as reduced costs in networking, operation, and maintenance.

BBU+RRU - A More Effective Way to Deal with


Equipment Room Shortage
Setup Method
Use the BBUB + RRU networking mode;
Place the baseband pool equipment in the 19"
rack, or mount it on the wall in the existing
equipment room;
Lay the antenna feeder plane optical fiber from
the baseband pool equipment room to the planned
3G site;
U outdoor
Use
td
RRU att th
the planned
l
d 3G site
it ffor
coverage.

Advantages
d a tages
Full use of the existing equipment rooms, no
need for new ones;
Strong upgrade capability; low-loss
low loss feeders;
No need for new transmission networks.

It effectively solves the problem of equipment room shortage


shortage.

BBU+RRU Base Station Solves Feeder


Overlength Problem

Signal loss in feeders will result in degraded coverage performance.


The 2G Hz radio frequency
q
y signal
g
travels in feeders at a loss of
7dB/100m, and 900M Hz 4dB/100m.
Generally, the feeder length of 3G sites is 50 meters, with a signal
loss of about 4dB.
RRU makes RF be possibly closest to the antenna to minimize the
signal loss in feeders.
By using BBU+RRU, signal loss in feeders can be reduced to less
than 1dB.
RET
Base station antenna

7/16 female RF connector


1/2 super flexible jumper
Outdoor grounding cable clip
Feeder clip
BTS equipment room
1/2 super flexible jjumper

7/8 main feeder cable, wit h female


7/8

Lightning arrester

RF connectors at both sides

ZXWR series RRUs

Outdoor lightning prot ectio n


grounding clip

N
O
D
E
B

Feeder cable window


Indoor grounding cable clip

ZXWR
BBUB

Features and Advantages of SDR Soft Base


Station
SDR Base Station - Software Defined Radio Base Station

Single cabinet

Features of SDR base station:

The 2G-3G base stations share cabinets.

The 2G-3G base stations share radio frequency modules. This is


achieved
hi d by
b software
ft
configurations.
fi
ti

New-generation RF modules

and baseband modules

RU RU RU

Intelligent architecture.
Software configurations
support 2G or 3G processing.

2G/3G BB
2G BB
3G BB
Module sharing

The 2G-3G base stations share baseband modules. This is


achieved by software configurations.

The 2G-3G base stations share network management.

The 2G-3G base stations share antenna feeder systems.

Ad
Advantages
t
off SDR B
Base St
Station
ti

It solves the capacity balance problem between GSM network and WCDMA network.

It reduces the overall network TCO.

It meets the requirements for future network evolution and spectrum sharing.

SDR Is Suitable for Various Networking


g Scenarios.
Example: 900MHz and 2100MHz applications
Application Type

SDR Base Station Configuration

1
2
3

GSM 900MHz

Configure RU modules to GSM 900MHz RF units.

UMTS 2100MHz

Configure RU modules to UMTS 2100MHz RF units.

UMTS 900MHz

Configure RU modules to UMTS 900MHz RF units.

GSM900 + UMTS 2100MHz

Configure partial RU modules to GSM 900MHz RF units.


Configure partial RU modules to UMTS 2100MHz RF units.

GSM900 + UMTS 900MHz

Configure RU modules to support GSM and UMTS900MHz RF units.

SDR base station can help operators operate GSM and WCDMA in one network.
Traditional 2G-3G hybrid networking

SDR-based 2G-3G hybrid networking

Two networks for physical equipment (radio side).


side)

One network for physical equipment.

One network for operation.

One network for operation.

Two networks for operation and maintenance.

One network for operation and maintenance.

Introduction of ZTE Series Soft Base Stations


ZXSDR 8000 high performance integrated
b
base
station
t ti is
i a new-generation
ti multiplelti l
module base station launched by ZTE
Corporation based on the SDR platform. It
centers on the baseband pool unit B8200,
B8200
and consists of indoor RF module
RSU40/RSU60, outdoor RRU R8840, and
indoor-coverage micro RRU R8810. Through
flexible module combinations, ZXSDR 8000
can build indoor macro base station BS8800
outdoor macro base station BS8900, and
di t ib t d base
distributed
b
station
t ti D-B8200
D B8200 to
t meett
full-scenario coverage requirement and
create 3D WCDMA coverage network.

ZXSDR 8000 High Performance Integrated Base Station


- "Local
Local + Remote
Remote" Integrated Coverage Solution of Macro Base Station

BS8800+R8810

BS8800+R8840
Outdoor coverage

BS8800 supports 30CS in WCDMA single-mode


configuration, and can provide S111, S222, S333, and
S444 or S222222 typical configuration for local coverage;
that is, its largest capacity is 12CS.

In-depth indoor
coverage in
large buildings
BS8800 local coverage

After meeting the 12CS local coverage requirement,


BS8800 has a remaining capacity of 12CS, which
enables not only outdoor coverage in adjacent areas
through R8840 remote mode, but also indoor coverage
in such adjacent indoor scenarios as high-end office
buildings, shopping malls, and conference centers
through
g R8810 remote mode.This is the "local + remote"
integrated coverage solution centered on BS8800.

ZXSDR 8000 High Performance Integrated Base Station


- Integrated Coverage Solution of Distributed Base Station D-B8200
D B8200
As a distributed base station, D-B8200 features easy
deployment and flexible networking. It is mainly used in the
pplaces where there is no equipment
q p
room or enough
g room
space or sufficient floor bearing capacity, or where the
distance between the equipment room and the antenna
feeder plane is too large, to replace traditional indoor
macrocellular base stations and meet the coverage
g
requirement in dense urban areas, general urban areas,
special scenarios, and indoor scenarios.

R8840
B8200

D-B8200
Plane
coverage

Camouflage antenna

D-B8200
Point coverage
R8840

Camouflage antenna
R8810

R8840

B8200
R8840

D-B8200
Li coverage
Line

B8200

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
I t d ti off SDR 8000 Series
Introduction
S i Products
P d t
Configuration and Networking of B8200 and
R8840

ZXWR B8200 Hardware Structure


Power module (PM)

Site alarm module (SA)

Network switching module (FS)

Control and clock module (CC)

Baseband processing board


(BPC)

Fan module (FA)

ZXWR B8200 Hardware Structure


Required boards:

Power module (PM): -48VDC power module, which provides power supply for B8200 boards

Site alarm board (SA): It provides eight ways of E1/T1 interfaces, RS485/232 interfaces, and eight dry contact
interfaces (six input interfaces and two dual-way
dual way interfaces)

Control and clock board (CC): It fulfills baseband unit control and management and provides self-adaptive Abis/Iub IP
interface GE/FE (optical or electrical interface).

Fib switch
Fiber
it h board
b d (FS)
(FS): ItIts main
i ffunction
ti iis tto switch
it h IQ signals.
i l It supports
t six
i fib
fiber iinterfaces
t f
andd iis usedd ffor
connection with RRU or RSU module.

WCDMA baseband processing board (BPC): It supports 6CS and uplink or downlink 192CE. It also supports a
43.2Mbps downlink or 15Mbps uplink data processing capability.

Fan module (FAN): It is located at one side of the subrack for heat dissipation.

Optional boards:

STM-1 network interface board (NIS): It provides two STM-1 interfaces.

Site alarm extension board (SE): As an extension board of SA, it provides the same interfaces as the SA board does.

GSM baseband processing board (UBPG): It supports 12TRX.

ZXWR B8200 Hardware Structure


Performance Indices

2U

88.4mm

482.6mm

UL: 192CE
BPC processing DL: 192CE
HSDPA: 43.2Mbps
capability
HSUPA: 15Mbps

Sector configurations:

WCDMA: 30CS

GSM: 60TRX

Baseband capacity: 960CE

Data processing capability:

HSDPA: 216Mbps

HSUPA: 75Mbps

Physical Indices

Mechanical dimensions:

88.4482.6197mm (HWD)

Interface Indices

Weight (full configuration): 8.75kg

Typical power consumption: 75W

Power supply: -48V DC

Temperature range: -15+50

Humidity range: 5%95%

Abis/Iub interface:

2*STM-1; 16*E1/T1; 2*FE/GE

Baseband RF interface: 12*1.25Gbps optical


interface

ZXWR B8200 Hardware Structure

ZXWR B8200 Functions

It provides ATM/IP dual-mode protocol stack, and supports Hybrid IP and All IP
networking.
networking

It supports WCDMA/GSM dual-mode configuration.

Under WCDMA single-mode configuration, Phase I supports 128CE/3CS;


Phase II supports 192CE/6CS and provides a baseband processing capability
of 24CS.
Under GSM single-mode configuration, it provides a baseband processing
capability of 60 carrier frequencies.

It supports smooth upgrade towards EDGE/HSPA+/LTE.

It supports HSPA: 14.4/5.76Mbps(DL/UL).

ZXWR B8200 Functions

It supports MBMS and 4x256kbps / 8x128kbps / 16x64kbps access modes.

It enriches Iub/Abis interface types by providing multiple interfaces such as


E1/T1, STM-1, FE, and GE to meet different networking requirements under
various transmission conditions.

It provides 12 pairs of 1.25G CPRI interfaces.

It supports WCDMA R99, R4, R5, R6, and R7 versions, and supports R8 after
evolution.

It supports GSM Phase I/Phase II/Phase II + versions.

Control & Clock & Switch Board (CC)


( )

Interface Name

Description

ETH0

An Ethernet interface that is used between BBU and RNC or BSC. There are two types
of ETH0 interfaces on the panel, that is, optical interface and electrical interface
(10M/100M/1000M self-adaptive).

ETH1

It is used for BBU cascade, debugging or local maintenance. Ethernet electrical


interface (10M/100M/1000M self-adaptive).

EXT

An external communication interface that connects with external receivers. It mainly


includes 485 and PP1S+/2M+ interfaces.

REF

An SMA (F) interface that externally connects with GPS antenna.

Control & Clock & Switch Board (CC)


( )

It has Ethernet switching function and supports the data switching between
service flow and control flow in the system.
system
It handles Iub interface protocols (NBAP, SSCOP, and ALCAP).
It monitors, controls, and maintains base station systems.
It manages the versions of board software and programmable logic devices in
the system, and supports local and remote version upgrade.
It monitors the working condition of the boards in the system.
It synchronizes external reference clocks.
clocks
It generates and distributes the clock signals required by individual parts in the
system.

Control & Clock & Switch Board (CC)


( )

It provides GPS receiver interface and manages GPS receivers.


It provides board power interfaces ((-48V,
48V -48V
48V ground,
ground PGND,
PGND and DGND),
DGND)
and provides reverse connection protection for the power supply.
It reads system hardware management IDs: rack No., backplane type, slot No.,
board functions, board version, and board function configuration ID.
It has active/standby switchover and reset functions.
It supports active/standby hot backup function.

Fiber Switch Board (FS)


( )

Interface introduction:
Tx0/Rx0 - Tx5/Rx5: It provides the optical interface that connects with
RRU.
Board functions:
It switches baseband I/Q data.
It provides the interface between BBU and RRU.

Baseband p
processing
g board (BPC)
(
)

BPC fulfills the physical layer protocol and frame protocol specified by 3GPP.

It performs such functions as downlink service data encoding/multiplexing,


rate matching, channel mapping, spread scrambling,power weighting, and
channel synthesis.

It fulfills RAKE reception and channel decoding of uplink signals.

It synchronizes radio links and processes transmission frames.

It measures the parameters required for power control and handover.

It has softer handover and diversity reception/transmission functions.

SA Panel Cables
Grounding
Connect with E1/T1
cable

Connect with
RS232 and
RS485
debugging serial
ports

Connect with SA
board panel
socket
Co ect with
Connect
t dry
dy
contact signal
cable

Site Alarm Board (SA)


( )

SA Board functions:
It supports
t alarm
l
control
t l and
d speed
d control
t l off up to
t nine
i ffans.
It provides signal monitoring and interface lightning protection for the
shelf at which it is located.
It provides six input dry contact interfaces and two input/output dry
contact interfaces.
It p
provides eight
g E1/T1 interfaces.

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
I t d ti off SDR 8000 Series
Introduction
S i Products
P d t
Configuration and Networking of B8200 and
R8840

R8840/RSU40 Hardware Structure

The R8840 is a high-power


high power outdoor
remote RF unit and the RSU40 is a
high-power indoor RF module from
ZTE.
The R8840 and RSU40 have the same
inner transceiver unit, power amplifier,
duplex filter
filter, and power module
module, as
well as the working principle and
software structure. They mainly differ
in the p
physical
y
structure.
R8840
R

RRU

8 WCDMA

8 Outdoor

40

40 W

RSU40

R8840/RSU40 Hardware Structure


320 mm

ZXSDR R8840: outdoor macro RRU

360 m
mm

Performance Indices

165 mm

S t configurations
Sector
fi
ti
1C1S to 4C1S

Transmit p
power: 40 W/60 W

Receive sensitivity
-129.2 dBm@dual antennas

Physical Indices

Dimensions: 370 mm x 320 mm x 160 mm

Weight: 16.5 Kg

Standard p
power consumption:
p
140 W

Baseband RF interface: 2 x 1.25 GHz

Power supply: -48 V DC, 220 V AC

optical interface

Temperature range: -40oC to +55oC

Protection class: IP65

Interface Indices

Small and light

R8840/RSU40 Hardware Structure

Transceiver Unit RTR

Provides two receiving and one transmitting signal channels


Shift signals
Shifts
i
l on uplink
li k and
dd
downlink
li k radio
di lilinks
k
Amplifies and filters signals and coverts A/D and D/A
Retrieves clock reference signals
g
through
g the Ir interface and provides
clock reference for inner modules
Measures and reports VSWR
Self-checks
Self
checks and reports hardware failure
Monitors the environment
Inputs external alarms

Power Amplifier
p
Unit HPA

Amplifies RF signals
Reports temperature
Provides overcurrent, overtemperature, overpower, and over
standing wave protections

Duplex
p
Filter Unit DFL

Provides transmission/reception combination and


di idi / litti ffunctions
dividing/splitting
ti
ffor RF signals
i
l
Provides transmit/receive RF channel filtering
Provides the low noise amplifier (LNA) function
Provides transceiver unit with the LNA alarm reporting function

Power Module RPW

Power modules can be divided into AC and DC power modules,


th t is,
that
i RPW AC/DC.
AC/DC If AC power supply
l is
i used,
d th
the RPW AC
is configured. If DC power supply is used, the RPW DC is
configured. The RPW provides the following functions:
Coverts AC/DC power supply
Provides the transceiver unit with undervoltage, overvoltage,
and overcurrent alarms

Ports on the R8840


BBU and RRU port
or
cascading RRU port

BBU and RRU port


or
cascading RRU port

AISG port
Antenna tuning port

Monitoring port

Power port
AC or DC

Grounding

ANT2
Receiver diversity
RF cable port

ANT1
Transmit/receive main set
RF cable port

RxOut
frequency point
extension port

RxIn
frequency point
extension port

Ports on the RSU40


ANT2
Receiver diversity
RF cable port
ANT1
Transmit/receive main set
RF cable port
Frequency point
extension port
BBU
U aandd RRU
U po
portt
BBURRU
Cascading
RRU port
RRU
Commission network port
RJ45
Test port
External equipment
monitoring port
DB15 connector
AISG equipment port
RET antenna port
Power supply port

R8840/RSU40 Features

Small, light, and flexibly deployed

The R8840 is easy to transport because the size and weight of the R8840 are
19 L and 16.5 kg respectively. It can be installed on the outdoor pole, wall,
platform, and tower. Therefore, the restrictions of equipment room and
auxiliary equipment are removed
removed, and the 3G network deployment period is
shortened. The RSU40 is vertically inserted in the cabinet.

Supports 20W/40W/60W power configurations.

R8840/RSU40 Features

Supports four carriers and smooth capacity expansion.

The R8840/RSU40 supports a maximum of four carriers. With the highly


efficient power amplifier, the smooth capacity expansion from one carrier to
four carriers can be achieved. Therefore, the capacity expansion demands of
3G networks can be met
met.

The highly efficient power amplifier reduces 40% of the overall power
consumption.

R8840/RSU40 Features

The power amplifier unit of the R8840/RSU40 uses the highly efficient Doherty
PA and DPD linear technology developed by ZTE. The power amplifier rate
reaches
h 40%
40%. The
Th ttypical
i l power consumption
ti iis 140 W and
d 175 W respectively
ti l
when the R8840/RSU40 is in 40 W and 60 W configurations. Therefore, the
OPEX of future networks can be effectively reduced.

Each
E
h R8840/RSU40 supports
t two
t
receiving
i i channels
h
l ((receive
i di
diversity)
it ) and
d
one transmit channel. With the combined cabinets, the R8840/RSU40 supports
the configuration of one single sector with four antenna receive diversities. Also,
transmit diversity configuration is support by the combined cabinets. No more
antenna is needed and the same sensitivity is obtained
obtained.

R8840/RSU40 Features

The R8840 supports flexible networking modes.

Supports the star, chain, ring, and hybrid networking modes, and four-level
cascading.

The R8840 supports


pp
IP65 p
protection class and multiple
p outdoor installation
scenarios.

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
I t d ti off SDR 8000 Series
Introduction
S i Products
P d t
Configuration and Networking of B8200 and
R8840

Indoor SDR Macro BTS in Dual Mode ZXSDR


BS8800
RF layer
RF unit configuration
port
RSU40

Cablingg trough
g
Supports in-cabinet cabling

PDM
Power distribution
Fan module
Heat dissipation unit of
the RF unit
Air ventilation
Heat dissipation unit of
the RF unit
Baseband layer

Baseband
unit

configuration
port

B8200

Indoor SDR Macro BTS in Dual Mode ZXSDR


BS8800
Configure the RU to the
Radio Unit

Performance Indices
Sector configurations:

GSM/WCDMA mode and

WCDMA single mode: 24 CS

frequency band through

GSM single mode: 36 TRX

software
Baseband
Unit

Baseband capacity: 960 CE

Configure the BP to

Transmit power: 60 W

perform GSM/WCDMA
p

Receive sensitivity

processing through

-129.2 dBm@dual antennas

software
Physical Indices
Dimensions
950 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm
Weight (full configuration)
150kg
Typical power consumption
425 W in S1/1/1 configuration
Power supply
-48 V DC

Interface Indices
Iub interface
2 x STM-1; 16 x E1/T1; 2 x FE/GE

60 W HPA providing sufficient power and performance


40% HPA reducing power

ZXSDR BS8800 Hardware Structure

The main and auxiliary cabinets of the BS8800 are in layered design. The dimensions of the main
cabinet are 950 mm x 600 mm x 450 mm (H x W x D). The auxiliary cabinet is used to expand the
capacity in the GSM system. Its dimensions are 700mm x 600mm x 450mm (H x W x D).

The main cabinet is composed of the RF unit, power distribution subrack, transmission equipment
subrack, fan subrack, baseband unit, and heat dissipating subrack. The auxiliary cabinet is
composed of the RF unit, power distribution subrack, transmission equipment subrack, fan
subrack and heat dissipating subrack
subrack,
subrack.

Outdoor SDR Macro BTS in Dual Mode ZXSDR


BS8900

Sector configurations:

WCDMA single mode: 24 CS

GSMsingle mode: 36 TRX (single cabinet)

Baseband capacity: 960 CE

Transmit power:60 W

Receive sensitivity

-129.2 dBm@dual antennas

Dimensions

1900 x 950 x 600mm

Weight (full configuration): 410 kg

Typical power consumption: 565 W in S1/1/1

configuration
Power supply: -48 V DC, 220 V AC

Standby batteries: 2 groups of 150 AH batteries

ZXSDR BS8900 Hardware Structure

The BS8900 can be configured flexibly with the outdoor RF cabinet, site
supporting cabinet, and battery cabinet based on the actual capacity and the
on-site requirement. The outdoor RF cabinet holds up to six outdoor RF units.
The site support cabinet holds the power supply system and baseband pool
p
can also hold other devices such as the transmission
unit. The 6U space
equipment. The battery cabinet can hold two sets of 150 AH batteries.

Distributed BTS D-B8200

Feeder

Remote
optical
p
cable

Distributed BTS D-B8200


BBU:: B8200
BBU
48 26 cm
48.26
2
U
RRU

2U height

Flexible deployment. Supports wall installation or


19-inch cabinet installation

MicroTCA
platform

Supports GSM/UMTS and smooth development to


LTE

Large capacity

960 CEs in full configuration. Supports a maximum


of 12 CS and 24 CS

High data
through put rate

Supports 43.2 Mbit/s downlink and 15 Mbit/s uplink


concurrently for one BPC

Distributed BTS ZXSDR D-B8200

R8840
4

carriers

Transmit

power:

40 W/60 W
Size:

19 L

Weight:

16.5 Kg

R8810
2

carriers

Transmit

power:

10 W
Size:

< 10 L

Weight:

9.5 Kg

The BBU of the MicroTCA architecture has high performance and develops smoothly
smoothly. The RRU can meet
different application requirements.

D-B8200 Hardware Structure

The D-B8200 is composed of the baseband unit B8200 and RRU (R8840,
R8860, or R8810). The combination of B8200 and R8840 makes a macro cell
distributed BTS in single mode. The combination of B8200 and R8860 makes a
macro cell distributed BTS in double mode. The combination of B8200 and
R8810 makes a distributed indoor micro cell BTS.

Content
Node B Principles
BBU+RRU System Overview
B8200 Hardware System Structure
R8840/RSU40 Hardware System Structure
Introduction of SDR 8000 Series Products
Networking of B8200 and R8840

Typical
yp
Networking
g Modes
Chain
BBU

RRU

RRU

RRU

RRU

Star
RRU

Maximum levels of cascading: 4

Maximal transmission distance of each level:


40 km

Total maximum transmission distance: 100 km

Maximum number of RRUs: 12

BBU

RRU

RRU

Indoor Distribution of B8200+RRU

ZXWR B8200
88.4 mm x 482.6 mm x 197 mm ((H x W x D))

Solves the 3G space restriction

Macro BTS NodeB + RRU


Architecture
No equipment
room

New equipment
room

Applicable to scenarios with insufficient


equipment room resource
BS8800 as the
h llarge b
baseband
b d pooll
Nearby RRUs connected to the
BS8800 directly through optical cables
Data transmitted to the backbone
network through the baseband pool

Advantages
Added optical
cable
Backbone
network

Saves space
Saves transmission resources
Reduces feeder loss

Distributed BTS
Highly improved system coverage
RF

The feeder loss reduces system coverage.

RRU

The
Th gain
i lloss off 50 m ffeeder
d iis 4 dB
dB.
Similar to antennas, the use of RRUs reduces feeder loss.
Gain loss of 1 dB is reduced when B8200+RRU
combination is used.

Optical cable

ZXWR B8200

Reducing every 3 dB gain loss on the uplink can improve 48% system coverage rate and
save 12% NodeB resources.