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UTRAN Technical Proposal

Technical Proposal for Radio


Network
-Build the cost effective network with fast, best, value
added MBB
For 2G&3G DATA NETWORK EXPANSION 2014

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.


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TABLE OF CONTENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS.........................................................................................................1
LIST OF FIGURES................................................................................................................3
LIST of TABLES....................................................................................................................4
Preface....................................................................................................................................1
1

Executive Summary........................................................................................................2
1.1

RAN Planning Result.................................................................................................................... 2

1.2

Benefits to Vietnamobile............................................................................................................... 2

1.3

Other Special Topics..................................................................................................................... 5

VNMs Requirement Analysis.........................................................................................5


2.1

RFP Requirement......................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.1

General Requirement.............................................................................................................. 5

2.1.2

Huawei New NodeB Option 1................................................................................................. 6

2.1.3

Investment Protection............................................................................................................. 6

RAN Network Planning and Design................................................................................7


3.1

Overview of Proposed RAN Network............................................................................................. 7

3.2

RAN Product Design Criteria......................................................................................................... 7

3.3

3.2.1

New NodeB Design................................................................................................................ 7

3.2.2

Expansion RNC/BSC Design................................................................................................. 11

3.2.3

IUB IP Migration................................................................................................................. 13

OMC Design Criteria.................................................................................................................. 14


3.3.1

3.4

3.5

M2000 SUN M5000 Software Upgrade..................................................................................14

Site Solution Design................................................................................................................... 15


3.4.1

Antenna Design.................................................................................................................... 15

3.4.2

Power Design....................................................................................................................... 16

Gb over IP Design...................................................................................................................... 19

Huawei Customized Solution for VNM.........................................................................20


4.1

4.2

4.3

4.4

Dedicated smartphone solution to for a future oriented network.......................................................20


4.1.1

100% smartphone penetration................................................................................................ 20

4.1.2

Smartphone oriented RNC design..........................................................................................20

4.1.3

Enhanced Fast Dormancy...................................................................................................... 21

4.1.4

Layered Paging in URA_PCH............................................................................................... 21

Construct Vietnam fast MBB with cutting-edge technologies..........................................................22


4.2.1

Distributed NodeB which encompasses cutting-edge SingleRAN technologies...........................22

4.2.2

All IP transmission to break out bandwidth bottleneck..............................................................24

High NodeB Performance............................................................................................................ 25


4.3.1

Leading RF Performance....................................................................................................... 25

4.3.2

High Capacity and Integration............................................................................................... 25

All IP based Large Capacity RNC................................................................................................ 26

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TCO Savings.............................................................................................................................. 28
4.5.1

4.6

Smooth Evolution....................................................................................................................... 29
4.6.1

Cost effective Platform......................................................................................................... 28


Cabinet Sharing.................................................................................................................... 29

4.7

Feature List.............................................................................................................................. 29

4.8

Roadmap.................................................................................................................................. 32

DISCLAIMER..............................................................................................................33

Abbreviations.......................................................................................................................33

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 3-1 Proposed Huawei SingleRAN UMTS Products...............................................................................7
Figure 3-2 Proposed Huawei IPRAN Topology............................................................................................14
Figure 3-6 Actual Site Survey..................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 3-7 Antenna Specifications............................................................................................................... 16
Figure 3-8 Huawei proposed Power Product-TP48200A................................................................................17
Figure 3-9 Huawei proposed Power Product-TP48 300B...........................................................................17
Figure 3-10 Huawei proposed Power Product-APM30 Ver.D.........................................................................18
Figure 4-2 Fast Dormancy VS Enhanced Fast Dormancy...............................................................................21
Figure 4-3 Small form factor and lightest RRU.............................................................................................23
Figure 4-4 Fast Delivery for 100% RRU...................................................................................................... 23
Figure 4-5 Huawei Co-transmission Solution...............................................................................................25
Figure 5-3 Huawei 64QAM HSPA+ solution................................................................................................26
Figure 5-6 Huawei BSC6900 Architecture................................................................................................... 27
Figure 5-7 Huawei GBR Differential Solution.............................................................................................. 28
Figure 5-12 Total Software Upgrade Base Station Architecture......................................................................29

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LIST of TABLES
Table 1-1 Output power of RRU3826............................................................................................................ 3
Table 3-1 Proposal of Module selection......................................................................................................... 7
Table 3-2 Proposal of new NodeB models Option1......................................................................................... 8
Table 3-4 Model 1....................................................................................................................................... 8
Table 3-5 Model 1 Dimension for Option1..................................................................................................... 9
Table 3-6 Model 2....................................................................................................................................... 9
Table 3-7 Model 2 Dimension for Option1 &Option2....................................................................................10
Table 3-8 Model 3..................................................................................................................................... 10
Table 3-10 Model 4.................................................................................................................................... 11
Table 3-12 Power Design Result for Option1................................................................................................ 19
Table 4-1 SPUb Capabilities....................................................................................................................... 20
Table 4-2 Power Design Result................................................................................................................... 22
Table 5-2 Benefits from Huaweis Innovative UTRAN Solution.....................................................................28

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IV

Preface
As a major player in the telecommunication industry, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. provides robust, flexible,
cost-effective and future-oriented mobile solutions to worldwide operators. With Huawei series of outstanding
products, successful end-to-end solutions, experienced radio frequency planning as well as excellent services,
Huawei believes that the cooperation between Vietnamobile and Huawei will be a win-win Situation for each
other.
This document is drafted to provide a comprehensive description of proposed radio access network solution in
accordance to the requirements from Vietnamobile (hereinafter referred to as VNM), which is based on the
information provided in RFP.
The contents of this proposal are organized as follows:
Preface
Brief introduction for this proposal
Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Summarize VNM network expansion planning result, highlights, and special concerns
Chapter 2: VNM Requirement Analysis
Describe Huawei understanding of the requirements
Chapter 3: RAN Network Planning and Design
BTS/NodeB details, BSC/RNC, OMC and parts design and dimensioning
Chapter 4: Huawei Customized Solution for VNM
Detailed solution for this project, and also provide some customized solution to satisfy future network
Chapter 5: DISCLAIMER
Abbreviation

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Executive Summary

1.1

RAN Planning Result


Based on the existing network configuration and new purchase requirement from VNM, there are two options
for 2014 3G data network expansion. Option1 is to enhance both 3G coverage and offload data from 2G
hotspot. While option2 is mainly focus on 3G and 2G coverage. Huawei proposes two proposals accordingly.
For Option 1:
Expansion of UMTS network from the existing 573 NodeB to 806 NodeB with a total of 2418 cells after
expansion
Reuse live RNCs will be upgraded to support the capacity requirements of VNM in this RFP with the site
locations of all the RNC being in the existing three MTSOs, leading to no additional requirement for new
switching office.
The existing 3G OMC will be expanded to support the capacity requirement in this RFP with software
upgrade to latest version R13. However, 2G OMC platform is reaching EOS, we also provide cost
effective solution to swap OSS completely with new Single OSS platform with latest version for both 2G
and 3G. The new ATAE platform can simultaneously support PRS which allows MBB visibility such
as terminal visibility and service visibility.
The following table lists the detailed planning results for to Scenario 1 ~ 3.
Stage

Scenario
1(Mandato
ry)

Carrier
Configura
tion

Total
NodeB

Total
Carrier

Capacity(
Subs)

Current

573

1,719

200,000

S111

233

699

256,000

Accumulat
ive total

806

2418

456,000

S111>S222

164

492

57,400

Accumulat
ive total

573

2,211

257,400

164 NodeB
S111>S222

1.2

Total RNC

CS
Capacity
(Erl)

HSDPACa
pability(M
bps)

HSUPACa
pability(M
bps)

13621

1500

180

Benefits to Vietnamobile
A competitive solution is tailored with the goal in mind of achieving cost competitiveness, increased operating
efficiency and outstanding network performance for VNM. This in turn translates into long-term TCO saving
and future-proof network with the best position for future expansion and evolution. The benefits to VNM are
summarized below:
1)

Superior network performance with high scalability and expansion flexibility

State of the art Remote Radio Unit RRU3826 with high power, high capacity, small form factor and
light weight

Maximum 180W TOC

Maximum four carriers per RRU3826 (capable of 20W per carrier @ S111 and upgradable to 40W
per carrier @ S222)

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400 mm x 300 mm x 100 mm (with the housing)

15 kg (with the housing)

Tower mounted which contributes to no feeder loss

Support LTE long term evolution without hardware change

Only three RF modules are required for 3*4 configurations with 20W TOC for each carrier. Power capacity
as shown in the below table:
Table 1-1 Output power of RRU3826
Number of Carriers

Output Power per Carrier (W)

80

40

26

20

Working bandwidth of 25M IBW, thus requiring no additional filter.

State of the new Universal Main Processing Transmission Board UMPTb1 with GUL three mode in
one BBU, high capacity, LTE hardware ready

Support GSM/UMTS/LTE three mode in one BBU

Support upgrade easily from UMTS to UMTS & LTE dual mode

Support big high signally capacity up tp GSM 72 TRX, UMTS 1500 CNBAP,LTE 120 CAPS separately.

State of new baseband Unit WBBPf card with high capacity and new features of RAN15.0

Support high capacity up to maximum UL 512 CE and UL 768 CE on one WBBPf4 card

Support interconnected across BBUs to achieve baseband resource sharing

Support maximum 6 cells per card

Support new features such as Turbo IC

High speed Mobile Broadband Solution with HSPA+ support with easy upgrade to 42Mbps DL/
11Mbps uplink

New nodeBs are hardware and software ready for HSPA+@21Mbps/DL and 11.5Mbps/UL starting from
the first day.

Multiband and multi-carriers capability with the support of DC-HSDPA/DC-HSUPA (to support carriers in
the same frequency band) as well as DB-HSDPA/DB-HSUPA (to support carriers in different frequency
bands)

Ready with MIMO+DC function to support downlink peak rate of 84Mbps/user.

All IP transmission to overcome bandwidth bottleneck

100% field-proven IP RAN which is 2 years ahead of other vendors.

Hybrid IP transmission architecture to leverage on existing TDM backhaul resources which enables
operator to adopt a mixed transmission scheme, for example voice service will be carried over TDM
interface to guarantee high QoS whereas data service will be carried over IP interface to achieve high
capacity.

Support of hybrid network clock provision: clock sync on Ethernet in NodeB can be supported by adding
IP clock server base on link layer whereas Synchronous Ethernet can be supported by directly obtaining
clock source from IP transmission network physical layer.

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2)

Superior Mobile Broadband Experience with unsurpassed voice quality, throughput capacity, reliability
and QoS

Innovative technology and features to improve voice quality, capacity and reliability

High quality crystal voice, HSPA+ no Power back off, innovative HSUPA Uplink Inteference Cancellation
feature, HSUPA FDE, Anti-Interference Scheduling for HSUPA, Dual-Threshold Scheduling with HSUPA
Interference Cancellation, Control Channel Parallel Interference Cancellation (CCPIC) etc.

Smartphone oriented capacity dimensioning to avoid signaling storm.

1.

Smartphone software features: Coordinate the smart UE state transition to reduce signaling
Enhanced Fast Dormancy feature: at least 40% of signaling exchange can be reduced and RNC
CPU resources can be saved significantly while UE battery consumption is saved as much as that
in IDLE mode.

Layered Paging in URA_PCH: a large number of unnecessary paging messages (which in turn leads
to PCHs being congested) can be avoided.

High capacity RNC platform: high performance BSC6900 platform that adopts flexible capacity
strategy both in control plane and user plane. BSC6900 supports up to 50 SPUb boards in control
plane with 5300K BHCA or 50 DPUe boards in user plane with 40Gbps throughput;

High redundancy design.

Main boards with backup mechanism;

RNC, SGSN,GGSN, MSC resource pooling;

35% Redundancy design for RNC (handling capacity, C7 signaling and trunk interfaces) and OMC
(hardware for management capacity);

Storage battery system with 8 hours backup time.

QoS Guarantee Mechanism and Intelligent Management Platform

3)

Future proof solution to achieve cost competitiveness

New-built sites ready for smooth evolution to SingleRAN HSPA+/LTE

HSPA+ hardware ready for 21 Mbps downlink & 5.76 Mbps uplink from Day 1;

SingleRAN NodeB ready for smooth evolution to LTE with only software upgrade on the RF module and
baseband unit and adding of a baseband processing card

1.3

Other Special Topics


Huawei, being a long-term strategic partner with VNM, is capable of providing a competitive and customized
solution to attain high network performance and. In order to complete the proposal, emphasis is also focused on
other special topics as listed below
1

Optional u111->U222 upgrade solution for 164 existing sites

For the existing 164 sites, additional WBBP boards should be added to achieve U222;

VNMs Requirement Analysis

2.1

RFP Requirement

2.1.1

General Requirement

In order to improve and extend 3G coverage and offload for 2G data network, Vietnamobile
intends to purchase Node + RNC with the major scope as below:

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FESA

ICWA

SAM
A

2.1.2

I
D

Scope

Unit

Vendor

Quantity

Provide new Node B & Transmission

Site

Ericsson
Huawei

or

233

Provide new RNC (for Ericsson) or upgrade RNC


(for Huawei)

Site

Ericsson
Huawei

or

Provide new 2G BTS & transmission

Site

Provide additional equipments & transmission for 12


IBS conversion

Site

Ericsson
Huawei
Ericsson

8
0
12

Provide 130 GRFU to swap for DRFU

Broa
d

Huawei

Provide backbone capacity upgrade

Links

Huawei
Ericsson

or

TBD
Bidders

by

Upgrade & Swap transmission Access for 2G & 3G

Links

Huawei
Ericsson

or

TBD
Bidders

by

Engineering Services
transmission

Site

Ericsson
Huawei
Ericsson only
Huawei only
Ericsson only
Huawei only
Ericsson
Huawei
Ericsson only
Huawei only

or

233

or

20
0
20
0
233

Option 1

(Full Scope): Radio &

Civil work for new sites

Site

10

Managed Services: Radio & transmission

Site

20
0

Huawei New NodeB Option 1

For the detailed site list with configuration, please check Annex 3.2_List of 233 new NodeB.
Need to add 10 extension package for sites higher than 50 meters.
Name

Region

Province

District

31906
2
31902
6
31901
8
31901
2
31901
1
31900
9
31101
0
31100

South

Dong Nai

Trang Bom

RF Antenna
Height (m)
50

South

Dong Nai

Xuan Loc

58

South

Dong Nai

Thong Nhat

58

Main Road +
Residential
Main Road +
Residential
Suburban

South

Dong Nai

Long Thanh

58

Main road

South

Dong Nai

Xuan Loc

58

Suburban

South

Dong Nai

Thanh pho Bien Hoa

56

Suburban

South

Binh Thuan

Ham Thuan Nam

58

Suburban

South

Binh Thuan

Ham Thuan Bac

58

Main road

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5
31100
2
30200
4

South

Binh Thuan

Ham Thuan Nam

58

South

Ba Ria - Vung
Tau

Long Dien

58

2.1.3

Main Road +
Residential
Urban

Investment Protection
Existing Investment Protection
In order to protect the investment and reduce TCO, the proposed solution should maximally reuse the existing
network resources.
Future Investment Protection
Based on RFP, VNM requires all vendors to propose a cost effective solution in this project and the system
should capable to support smooth evolution to next generation mobile technologies without any hardware
change. It can be understood as below:
Ready for higher throughput via HSPA+ without any hardware replacement.
UMTS ready for smooth evolution to LTE in the future without any hardware replacement.

RAN Network Planning and Design

3.1

Overview of Proposed RAN Network


The following principles will be followed in network design process:
1

Add new NodeB sites based on the scenarios identified in Section 2.1

Expand RNCs to support up to 13621 Erl and 1500 Mbps.

The dimensioning of NodeB strictly follows VNMs demand in RFP.


Huawei propose module selection as below.
Table 3-2 Proposal of Module selection
Items

3G

Module

Software
version

Hardware
version

Remark

Node B

DBS3900

V200R015

RNC

BSC6900

V900R015

HW69R11

RF

RRU3826

Distributed site

Base Band

BBU3900

UMPTb1/WBBPf3/UTRP

V200R013

SUN M5000

OSS

M2000

Distributed site

License Expansion
+Software Upgrade

All existing 3G Huawei equipment in Vietnamobiles network will be upgraded to the latest
version of RAN15, which matches with the statement in the table above.

3.2

RAN Product Design Criteria

3.2.1

New NodeB Design


The proposed UMTS/LTE multimode base stations for VNM are part of Huawei SingleRAN 3900 series of
BTS, comprising the DBS3900, which are based on the modular design and depicted in the figure below:

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Figure 3-1 Proposed Huawei SingleRAN UMTS Products

Detail specification of the provided basestation could be found in Product description documents
provided by Huawei
Based on the VNM network situation and actual network planning result, Huawei proposes the product selection
and site design for the VNM according to following criteria.
All Nodes B shall be collocated with existing 2G sites
Node B shall support Iub over E1 (8E1 at least) and FE
Battery backup time of the proposed Node B shall be at least 8 hours
Based on the new NodeB sites distribution, Huawei propose 4 models as below.
Table 3-3 Proposal of new NodeB models Option1
Model type

Co-site with

Existing 2G

Model 1

HW

Outdoor

DBS3900(3G,S222)

21

Model 2

HW

Indoor

DBS3900(3G,S222)

119

Model 3

E///

Outdoor

DBS3900(3G,S222)

52

Model 4

E///

Indoor

DBS3900(3G,S222)

41

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3.2.1.1 Model 1: Indoor co-site with Ericsson- BTS2XXX(2G)+DBS(3G, S111)


Scope
2G GSM with Ericsson site, 3G new build.
Proposed Product
According to the actual site survey, in this model, Huawei will deploy our own power system.

Table 3-4 Model 1


Model

Scenario

NodeB Type

Number

UMTS(3*1)

RRU3826
UMPT main control board
WBBPf base band board
UTRP card for 8*E1
DCDU
TP48300/B
100Ah Battery

3
1
1
1
1
1
1

Description
The BBU and transmission equipment will be installed in the 19 inch rack.
New TP48300/B will be added for 3G and transmission.
Distribute new battery for 3G and transmission.
Planning Result
Table 3-5 Model 1 Dimension for Option1
Mode type

Co-site
with

Existing 2G

Model 1

Ericsson

Indoor

Proposed Configuration

Option 1

DBS3900(3G)

21

3.2.1.2 Model 2: Outdoor co-site with Ericsson- BTS2XXX(2G)+DBS(3G, S111)


Scope
2G GSM with Ericsson site, 3G new build.
Proposed Product
According to the actual site survey, in this model, Huawei will deploy our own power system.
Table 3-6 Model 2
Model

Scenario

NodeB Type

Number

UMTS(3*1)

RRU3826
UMPT main control board
WBBPf base band board
UTRP card for 8*E1

3
1
1
1

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Model

Scenario

NodeB Type

Number

DCDU
TP48200A
150Ah*1

1
1
1

Description
The BBU and transmission will be installed in the TP48200A cabinet (outdoor power system).
New TP48200A will be added for 3G and transmission.
Distribute new battery for 3G and transmission.
Planning Result
Table 3-7 Model 2 Dimension for Option1 &Option2
Mode type Co-site with Existing 2G
Model
2

Ericsson

Proposed Configuration

Indoor

DBS3900(3G)

Option 1
119

3.2.1.3 Model 3: Indoor co-site with Huawei- BTS3900(2G)+DBS(3G, S111)


Scope
2G GSM with Huawei BTS3900, 3G new build.
Proposed Product
According to the actual site survey, this model needs a new TP48300/A power system for 3G deployment.
Table 3-8 Model 3

Model

Scenario

NodeB Type

Number

UMTS(3*1)

RRU3826
UMPT main control board
WBBPf base band board
UTRP card for 8*E1
DCDU
TP48300/B
100Ah Battery/150 Ah Battery

3
1
1
1
1
1
1~3

Description
Install new UMTS BBU box and hardware ready for GUL co-BBU SingleRAN solution.
New TP48300/A will be added for 3G and transmission.
The BBU and transmission equipment will be installed in the 19 inch rack.
Distribute new battery for 3G and transmission.

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3.2.1.4 Model 4: Outdoor co-site with Huawei- BTS3900A(2G)+DBS(3G, S111)


Scope
2G GSM with BTS3900A, 3G new build.
Proposed Product
According to the actual site survey, this model needs a new TP48200A power system for 3G deployment.
Table 3-9 Model 4
Model

Scenario

NodeB Type

Number

UMTS(3*1)

RRU3826
UMPT main control board
WBBPf base band board
UTRP card for 8*E1
DCDU
TP48200A
150Ah Battery

3
1
1
1
1
1
1

Description
Install new UMTS BBU box and hardware ready for GUL co-BBU SingleRAN solution.
New TP48200A (both power and battery cabinet) will be added for 3G and transmission.
The BBU and transmission equipment will be installed in TP48200A.

3.2.2

Expansion RNC/BSC Design


Current RNCs can support NodeB expansion together with traffic model change with software and
hardware expansion.
(1) FG2c IP Cards for IUB IP migration on each RNCs
(2) IP CLK Server need to deployed in RNC central room
For BSC, we also need purchase license only, as the detailed design has not been fixed. We may need to add
hardware in different BSCs.
According to the RFP requirement, we would use the traffic model herein below:

- CS capacity: Add 8,200 Erl


- PS capacity: Add 894 Mbps
- Sub/NodeB: 1,000 Subs
For both Option 1, the traffic model is as below:

User plane traffic parameters

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CS voice penetration ratio

100%

CS data (Video Phone 64k) penetration ratio

50%

Voice Traffic per CS voice sub in BH(Erlang )

0.018

CS data traffic per CS data (Video Phone 64k) sub in BH (Erlang)

0.0018

CS voice call duration (sec.)

60

CS data (Video Phone 64k) call duration (sec.)

60

Handover times per CS call (Inter/Intra RNC soft&softer handover)

PS (Including R99 and HSPA) Penetration Ratio (% of Total


Subscribers)

100%

PS throughput (Including R99 and HSPA, UL+DL) per PS sub in


BH (bps)

14,775

PS Rab Data Rate (kbps)

47.284736842

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Smart phone Penetration Ratio (% of Total Subscribers)

100%

(Smart phone) PS call per PS sub per BH

(Smart phone) Handover times per PS call (Inter/Intra RNC


soft&softer handover)

2.5

(Smart phone) PS channel switch per PS call

(Smart phone) Cell update per PS call

0.1

(Smart phone) Mean holding time (MHT) in DCH/H/FACH state


per PS call (sec)

34

(Smart phone) Mean holding time (MHT) in PCH per PS call (sec)

15

(Smart phone) PS throughput (Including R99 and HSPA, UL+DL)


per PS sub in BH (bps)

3,000

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RNC dimension input is as below:

Hardware Current License

RNC 100

RNC 200

RNC 300

Total

BSC6900 UMTS Basic Software, V900R015 (per Erl)

897

4844

240

5981

BSC6900 UMTS Basic Software, V900R015 (per Mbps)

94

509

25

628

HSDPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)

81

420

22

523

HSUPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)

Hardware License After Expansion

RNC 100

RNC 200

RNC 300

Total

BSC6900 UMTS Basic Software, V900R015 (per Erl)

2318

11317

546

14181

BSC6900 UMTS Basic Software, V900R015 (per Mbps)

242

1223

57

1522

HSDPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)

208

934

49

1191

HSUPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)

208

934

49

1191

3.2.2.1

Dimension procedure:
Transmission Dimension:

233
NodeB
Exp
RNC 100
RNC 200
RNC 300
3.2.3

Current
NodeB

Current
Cell

Add
NodeB

Add
Cell

Add DC
Cell

Current
E1

Add
E1

230
266
77

690
798
231

44
192
20

132
576
60

132
576
60

920
1064
308

1096
1832
388

IUB IP Migration
Since current NodeB IUB transmission is ATM only, Huawei provide IP migration solution as below.

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(1) FG2c IP Cards for IUB IP migration on each RNCs


(2) IP CLK Server need to deployed in RNC central room
(3) Site installation package for IP migration

Clock Source:

On RNC sites, both BITS and CX will provides PRC input for IPCLKs;

During the Y1 implementation, some IPCLK which not collocated with RNC sites, will be equipped
with GPS antenna for PRC input.

Resiliency:

IPCLK will be deployed in pairs to form a active/standby configuration. The BTS/NodeB will choose
the best clock according to BMC algorithms.

The IP RAN network will utilize the L3VPNs protection to facilitate the sync high availability;

QoS:

The IPCLK packets DSCP value will set to 46 (EF);

IP RAN will use PQ to schedule the IPCLK packets to avoid introduce large PDV;

Primary clock path


Backup clock path

NodeB

IP RAN

Primary IPCLK
Backup IPCLK

BTS

BITS
RNC/BSC

No
de
B

Figure 3-2 Proposed Huawei IPRAN Topology

RNC/BSC
Location

IPCLK Location

IPCLK Quantity

Wireless Sites Quantity

Hanoi

Hanoi

260

Danang

Danang

97

HCM

HCM

452

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1+1 backup, GPS antenna system if


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3.3

OMC Design Criteria

3.3.1

M2000 SUN M5000 Software Upgrade


Huawei provided SUN M5000 server as hardware platform. The management capacity of M5000 8 CPU and in
term of equivalent Network Elements is 340. To support additional new 233 NodeBs, only need software
upgrade and license expansion.
Based on RFP requirement, the OMC design will be based on following principle:
Fully utilizing the existing resource, e.g. equipment room space and transmission.
The redundancy of OMC should be 35%, all interfaces are configured with 1+1 redundancy.
Centralized management, remote notification.
Stand alone PRS system would be introduced.

Detail specification of the provided OMC product could be found in Product description
documents provided by Huawei.

3.4

Site Solution Design


Site solution plays a critical role in overall network performance and at the same time comprises a significant
share of the CAPEX and the OPEX. Bearing this in mind, the solution is design based on the principles of cost
saving without compromising performance.

3.4.1

Antenna Design
According to the actual site survey, there are some of towers with high numbers of antennas installed. This leads
to difficulties in installing more new antenna on such kind of tower. Furthermore, it is also difficult to evaluate
the maximum load of the tower and as a result it is risky to add more antennas on it. Figure below demonstrate
two different tower scenarios with few antenna installed (enough space) and high number of antenna installed
(not enough space)
No Enough Space

Figure 3-3 Actual Site Survey


Based on the VNMs current network situation and actual network planning result, Huawei proposes the product
fit and site design according to the following criteria.
For co-site scenario, single band antenna or dual band antenna will be used according to tower condition.
For tower will enough space, single band antenna will be use. For tower with not enough space, the existing
antenna will be dismantled and dual band antenna will be installed. Generally, 10% of the co-sited sites will
use dual band antennas. Need to update site solution and BoQ after site survey.
For new-site scenario, single band antenna will be used
Antenna For 1800MHz&1900MHz&2100MHz

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A19451800v01

Directional Antenna,DX-1710-2200-65-18i-0F,2*7/16 DIN Female,Downtilt


kit packed separately

Antenna For Dual&Triple


ADU451807v0
1

Directional
Antenna,DXX-790-960/1710-2180-65/65-17.5i/18.5iM/M,4*7/16 DIN Female,Downtilt kit packed separately

Figure 3-4 Antenna Specifications

3.4.2

Power Design

TP48200A

Specification

Dimension

1500(H)*650(W)*650(D)
base

mm/without

100Hmm*650Wmm*650Dmm / base

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Weight

120 kg (without battery cabinet

AC input mode

Three phase:346Vac 415Vac/200Vac


240Vac or
Single phase:200Vac240Vac

Heat dissipation

850W (1500W as optional)

Environment Temperature

-40~45 + solar radiation

Relative Humidity

5%100% RH

Battery space

Up to 2*180AH battery inside

User space

8U space to house BBU or transmission


equipment

Noise

According to
65dBA@1.5m

Installation

On the concrete floor or rooftop.

GR487

noise

Figure 3-5 Huawei proposed Power Product-TP48200A

Battery + Battery Rack

Power Supply System

Shuangdeng

Mini TP48300B
W*H*D442mm(W)360mm(D)480mm(H)

W*H*D600mm*700mm*480mm

Figure 3-6 Huawei proposed Power Product-TP48

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BTS3900A Ver.D

Specification

Dimension

1400(H)*600(W)*480(D) w/o base


1600(H)*600(W)*480(D) w/i base

Weight

194kg (AC)

DC/AC

APM30H+RFC: 220V AC;


110V AC
TMC11H+RFC: -48V DC

APM30H
dissipation

Heat

1500W(Ver.D)

Environment
Temperature

-40~50w/ solar radiation

Relative Humidity

5%100%RH

Height

-60~4000m

Noise

APM30H/TMC11H Ver.D thermal consumption 700W, or RFC


cabinet use 1*80W RFU: ETS 300 753Rural AreaClass 4.1E

APM30H/TMC11H Ver.D thermal consumption > 700W or RFC


cabinet use 2*80W RFU: : ETS 300 753Urban AreaClass 4.1E

Installation

On the concrete floor or rooftop.


Figure 3-7 Huawei proposed Power Product-APM30 Ver.D

TP48200A is proposed as outdoor 3G+Transmission power system;

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TP48300B is proposed as indoor 3G+Transmission power system;


APM30 reuse solution is provided for Huawei outdoor sites.
3.4.2.1 Planning Design Result
Table 3-10 Power Design Result for Option1

Count of ID
Model
Model1
Model2
Model3
Model4

Power Cabinet
APM30(REUSE)

20

21

Grand Total

20

140

3.5

TP48200/A

TP48300/B
21

119
52

73

Gb over IP Design
GBSC traffic increased and ask for Gb over IP migration since the TDM transmission interface cards
is not enough from SGSN side. Huawei provides Gb over IP solution for DNBS1/ DNBS4/ DNBS5/
DNBS6/ HCBS6. We provides Gb over IP/EDGE license as well as IP cards for expansion. For detail,
please check BOQ.

BSC

Location

SGSN

Current
Configured
Gb Channel

Added
Gb
Channel

Final Gb
Channel

Stage 1

Stage
2

HNSG1

50

144

194

GboFR

Transmission
Protection

HNBS3

MTSO Hanoi

HNBS6

Hoa Binh

35

92

127

GboFR

HNBS7

Ha Tinh

35

80

115

GboFR

DNBS1

MTSO Danang

80

115

195

GboFR

GboF
R
GboF
R
GboF
R
Gb/IP

DNBS2

MTSO Danang

200

198

398

Gb/IP

Gb/IP

DNBS4

Dak Lak

150

290

440

GboFR

Gb/IP

DNBS5

Binh Dinh

67

115

182

GboFR

Gb/IP

1+0
Redundancy

DNBS6

Binh Dinh

200

345

545

GboFR

Gb/IP

1+0
Redundancy

HCBS6

Vung Tau

140

185

325

GboFR

Gb/IP

1+0
Redundancy

HCBS3

MTSO HCM

487

465

952

Gb/IP

Gb/IP

1+ 1
Redundancy

HCBS5

Dong Nai

240

428

668

GboFR

GboF
R

1,684

2,457

4,141

HCSG1

Total

1+ 1
Redundancy
1+ 1
Redundancy
1+0
Redundancy

IP
Interface
Card
Not
required
Not
required
Not
required
Required,
new
purchase
Required,
available
Required,
new
purchase
Required,
new
purchase
Required,
new
purchase
Required,
new
purchase
Required,
available
Not
required

Huawei Customized Solution for VNM


Based on our understanding of the RFP requirements, Huawei will propose customized solution to build a stateof-the-art network with best users experience without compromising previous investment.

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4.1

Dedicated smartphone solution to for a future oriented network

4.1.1

100% smartphone penetration


In the scope of the project, Huawei takes into consideration the 100% smartphone penetration ratio stated in the
RFP and this is reflected in the RNC capacity dimensioning.
Besides putting emphasis on the hardware capability to handle the surge in signaling requirements, two
smartphone dedicated features are also provided to counter the signaling storm problem araising from increased
smartphone penetration. These two features are: Enhanced Fast Dormancy and Layered Paging in
URA_PCH.

4.1.2

Smartphone oriented RNC design


With the increasing penetration ratio of smartphones as a proportion of overall device, the impact of
smartphones to the overall signaling traffic becomes a critical issue. According to the statistic data, the signaling
traffic of smartphones is 14 times of featured phone.
With the understanding of the technical requirement in RFP and business requirement in the market, Huawei
here proposes a high signaling capacity system for VNM.
SPUb is the signaling processing board in RNC. since RAN14.0, the signaling capacity has been greatly
enhanced. For the capacity of SPUb, please refer to the table below.
Table 4-11 SPUb Capabilities
Boa
rd
SPUb

BH
CA*
124 000

No
deB
180

C
el
l
600

cNbap
/s
1800

Active users

9600

Note: The BHCA capacity depends on the actual traffic.

With SPUb, RNC can be flexibly configured according to the actual capacity demands, referring to both data
throughput and signaling.
4.1.3

Enhanced Fast Dormancy


This feature concerns with the impact of Fast Dormancy to the RNC. To reduce the signaling processing cost in
the Fast Dormancy procedure, when receiving SCRI (signaling connection release indication) message from UE
or UE inactivity timer expires, RNC can transfer UE state to CELL/URA_PCH instead of IDLE mode which is
in legacy Fast Dormancy processing.
The picture below indicates the working principle of enhanced fast dormancy.

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Figure 4-8 Fast Dormancy VS Enhanced Fast Dormancy


With this feature, when receiving SCRI from UE or UE inactivity timer expires, RNC will decided to transfer
the state of the UE to CELL_FACH or through Cell_FACH to CELL/URA_PCH instead of IDLE mode. When
UE periodically sends heartbeat message, RNC will reconfigure UE to CELL_FACH or CELL_DCH. The
signaling procedure between UE and RNC will be limited to only a few message exchanges because the RRC
connection keep existing, at least 40% signaling exchange can be reduced and RNC CPU resources can be
saved significantly while UE battery consumption is saved as much as that in IDLE mode.
4.1.4

Layered Paging in URA_PCH


Due to the rapid rise of smart phone use in recent years, paging messages have been increasing. Conventionally,
paging messages are sent to the entire UTRAN registration area (URA). Once Layered Paging in URA_PCH is
activated, paging messages are first sent to the last camped-on cell of the UEs in the URA_PCH state and the
neighboring cells of the last camped-on cell. When necessary, these messages will be sent to the URA. This
reduces the number of paging messages and the possibility of PCH congestion, eliminates the need for manually
dividing URAs, and reduces the number of URA updates.

4.2

Construct Vietnam fast MBB with cutting-edge technologies


From the experienced accumulated from previous 3G project with VNM and in lights of the competition and
challenges faced by VNM in expanding its 3G network, we have identified a few key challenges in 3G network
deployment
Space and power constraints leading to challenging sites deployment
Interference complication in the border area with two operators using the same frequency

4.2.1

Distributed NodeB which encompasses cutting-edge SingleRAN technologies


To overcome the challenges of existing network environment and to meet VNMs technical requirements,
Huawei proposes our matured SingleRAN solution to realize a sound and high performance 3G network
The proposed DBS3900 nodeB possesses the following advantages:
Multi technology nodeB which supports GSM/UMTS/LTE in the same platform
High capacity basedband processing unit (BBU)

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Table 4-12 Power Design Result


Mode

GSM

Capacity

UMTS

A single cell supports a maximum of 24 carriers.


A single BTS of a version earlier than GBSS14.0 supports a maximum of 72
carriers and 12 cells. A single BTS of GBSS14.0 supports a maximum of 126
carriers (TDM) and 32 cells.
A single BBU: 24 cells, (uplink: 3072 channel elements (CEs); downlink:
4608 CEs)
Two interconnected BBUs: 48 cells (uplink: 5632 CEs; downlink: 8448 CEs)

As of RAN14.0.

LTE

Maximum throughput per cell with 20 MHz bandwidth

Downlink data rate at the MAC layer: 150 Mbit/s (2x2 MIMO); uplink data
rate at the MAC layer: 70 Mbit/s (2x2 MU-MIMO or 2x4 MU-MIMO)

Maximum throughput per eNodeB

Sum of uplink and downlink data rates at the MAC layer: 1500 Mbit/s (packet
size: 550 bytes)

Maximum number of UEs in RRC_CONNECTED mode per eNodeB:

3024 with 1.4 MHz bandwidth

6480 with 3 MHz bandwidth

10,800 with 5 MHz/10 MHz/15 MHz/20 MHz bandwidth

Data radio bearers (DRBs): a maximum of 8 DRBs can transmit data of a UE


at the same time.

Small form factor and light weight RRU3826 which is tower mounted to reduce footprint and facilitate
installation
Only 3 RF modules for 3*4 configurations, 20W TOC for each carrier.
Working bandwidth with the support of 25M IBW, requiring no additional filter.

Figure 4-9 Small form factor and lightest RRU

Flexible capability, fast delivery

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Figure 4-10 Fast Delivery for 100% RRU

Simple & fast deployment

As the normal scenarios, RRU installation need the workers climb the tower and fix near the antenna. So the
weight of RRU is the key factor, the lighter the module, the quicker and simpler the engineering, the fast
deployment would largely benefit to VNM to push the network time to market. Huawei field lightest module
RRU3826 only owns 12L/15kg with 1*80W high integrated capacity, which 30% leading comparing to field
traditional 18L/21kg modules.

Install on tower &zero feeder loss

Compare to the macro site solution, RRU allow operator to install the module close to the antenna, which help
the operator save 3dB feeder loss and get more 20%~30% additional coverage with the same TOC, As the
inventor of RRU solution, Huawei deeply understand the main concern of the RRU. Corresponding to the
benefit, RRU solution would bring some challenges, the reliability is the most key factor, as we all know, when
the RRU install on the tower it means more difficulty than macro site if RRU is down. Huawei hold the most
mature design and richest delivery experience in the world, which ensure to keep the RRU failure in lowest in
the field.

Easy site acquisition

Per our survey in Vietnam, most sites resource would need sharing with 2~3 operators, which make the site
space difficult to obtain. RRU solution allow operator to install in flexible method, for example, we would
install the RRU on the tower in most scenarios. In some specific scenario, such as street site, RRU would be
supported to mount on the wall, Etc.

Low power consumption

Huawei DBS3900 RRU solution adopts innovative MCPA technology and intelligent power management,
which can largely decrease the power consumption of base station. Furthermore, the module adopt the natural
dissipation, compare to the macro site, no need additional fans which keep the lower failure rate and lower
power consumption.
Solution benefits:
Field lightest with 15Kg, which is easier to fix on the tower, compare to other vendors 21Kg module.
Large capacity and high integration, which no need additional footprint.
Long term investment protection based on smooth evolution in future years.
4.2.2

All IP transmission to break out bandwidth bottleneck


Transmission resource is one of the most valuable assets for operators in the future, and IP based unified bearer
is the inevitable trend for multi-services.
Demands of VNM
This is a good opportunity for VNM to modernize the network to IP and optimize the network architecture
parallel with the RAN expansion project, with achievements:

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Unified transmission to enhance network efficiency and reduce backhaul cost;


Future-oriented technology support new services fast deployment, such as LTE
IP transmission enable an open & high efficient pipe for multi-services
Huawei IP Co-transmission Solution
As the industry leader in IPRAN field, Huawei proposes to provide the all IP transmission architecture for
VNM, especially the co-transmission of GSM&UMTS &LTE.

Figure 4-11 Huawei Co-transmission Solution


Unified transmission for all GSM/UMTS/LTE sites to enhance network efficiency and lower cost
IP transmission enable an open and high efficient pipe for multi-services
Leading IP compress technology in Iub & Gb interface enhancing ~30% transmission efficiency. (Note: this
is the reference value)
Smooth way for fast LTE deployment in the future by co-transmit with legacy networks such as GSM,
UMTS for better resources utilization and OPEX reduction.
Solution Benefits
Compared to the traditional independent transmission, it can lower deployment cost, shorten construction
period and ease the maintenance effectively, reducing the CAPEX and OPEX of operators.
It will adopt All IP development trend of future transport.

4.3

High NodeB Performance

4.3.1

Leading RF Performance
High Output Power
All radio modules, including the 4 carriers at least, provide 20W output power. This high output power ensures
better coverage and improved indoor reception. Furthermore this configuration requires one X-Polar antenna
per sector which minimizes the impact on existing antenna system.
High Receiver Sensitivity
Huaweis SingleRAN equipment offer receiver sensitivity of -125.8dBm. This improved receiver sensitivity,
compared with -118dBm traditional legacy equipment receiver sensitivity, can improve the cell coverage range
by additional 20%.

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4.3.2

High Capacity and Integration


Large Capacity
RRU radio module supports up to 4 UMTS carriers, and max 8 grades cascaded, up to 24 carriers are supported.
100% RRU requires no footprint which could minimize space requirement, reduce site cost and offer flexible
deployment options.
Integration
Highly integrated RRU3826 is only 12L with field lightest RF module with hardware ready for U/L dual mode
or LTE mode, which bring more benefit to the closed in tower fixture, exquisite meeting the multi mode feature
requirement.
Key highlights of Huawei HSPA+
Higher Order Modulation (HOM) at Air Interface
By using 64QAM instead of 16QAM as modulation scheme in HSPA+ downlink, the number of bits per
symbol increase from 4bits to 6bits and hence the data rate of each HSDSCH code increase from 960kbps
to 1.4Mbps. The HOM of 64QAM can achieve 21Mbps data throughput in the downlink.

Figure 5-12 Huawei 64QAM HSPA+ solution

4.4

All IP based Large Capacity RNC


To meet high-speed and large-volume data services of HSPA era, Huawei BSC6900 of RNC introduces
advanced and future oriented all-IP Platform that establish its leading position in industry. The large
capacity and high density RNC greatly simplify the network architecture, thus reducing maintenance costs
and saving physical space, which in turn leads to CAPEX and OPEX saving.

Common All-IP platform of advanced radio access controller

The BSC6900 uses the all-IP Platform of Advanced Radio Controller (PARC) developed by Huawei, it
provides sufficient bandwidth for high-speed and large-volume data services, and reduces the cost of
construction, operation, and maintenance of transport networks. Based on the Gigabit Ethernet (GE) star
non-blocking switching on the Medium Access Control (MAC) sub layer, the BSC6900 achieves a central
switching capacity of 120 Gbit/s.

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Figure 5-13 Huawei BSC6900 Architecture

High integration and large capacity

With only 2 cabinets, Huawei RNC support up to 3,060 Node Bs, 5,100 cells, 167,500 Erlang voice traffic.
Both uplink and downlink PS data capacity reach 40 Gbps.

Fully pooled processor

Due to fully pooled processor design, BSC6900 can support smooth expansion based on independent board
level for signaling, user traffic, and transmission connectivity respectively.

RNC pool design to improve the reliability in maximum

Huawei support the leading RNC pool solution in the industry, which can improve the reliability of the
service maximally.

Diverse transmission solution

BSC6900 supports integrated ATM & IP transmission solution. Hybrid IP transport and ATM/IP dual stack
on Iub interface can be supported. Multiple types of physical transmission ports for the Iub, Iur, and Iu
interfaces can be supported as well.
The ATM transmission ports are the following types:

E1/T1

Unchannelized STM-1/OC-3c

Channelized STM-1/OC-3

The IP transmission ports are the following types:

E1/T1

Fast Ethernet (FE)

GE

POS/cPOS

Advanced RRM algorithms

Huawei advanced RRM algorithms of power control, handover, call admission control, load control and
resource allocation effectively improve system performance.

QoS improvement solution

GBR (Guarantee Bit Rate) solution and priority control provide differentiated services experience,
guarantee the VIP users QoS, and improving VIP users experiences.

Figure 5-14 Huawei GBR Differential Solution

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4.5

TCO Savings

4.5.1

Cost effective Platform


a)

The unified platform and modular design make network deployment very fast and easily and also
reduce CAPEX and OPEX greatly.

b) High integrated and large capability modules can save footprint and rental cost for the operator. Even
Huawei BBU module can be installed in any existing 2U high spare and RRU installed near the
antenna, which realize zero footprint deployment.
c)

Superior RX sensitivity and Higher Output Power can help operator reduce the number of the site and
save equipment cost.

d) High effective digital power amplifier (up to 40%) save the power consumption more than 45%
compare with the traditional solution. In DBS solution, the power consumption can be reduced
further with RRU installed near the antenna.
e)

Smooth evolution ability to HSPA+ and LTE can protect investment of operator maximum.
Table 5-13 Benefits from Huaweis Innovative UTRAN Solution
Item

Revenue
Increasing

Performance
improvement

Multi-carrier
technology

High power
efficiency

High performance
HSPA

Leading IPRAN

Mobile TV based
on MBMS
Smooth evolution
to HSPA+ and
LTE
Smart phone
based, large
capacity RNC

4.6

TCO Saving
CAPEX
OPEX Saving
Saving

Smooth Evolution
Focused on the pressure and demand of VNM, Huawei provide industry leading, TCO saving and future
oriented solution to help VNM get most benefit from SingleRAN. SDR based SingleRAN enables flexible
migration between different technologies (GSM/UMTS/LTE) on same frequency, thus avoid duplicating
investments and ensure smooth migration in future, which can be seen in the figure below.

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Figure 5-15 Total Software Upgrade Base Station Architecture

4.6.1

Cabinet Sharing

With TP48200A and APM30 , in Huaweis proposal, we offer 3G and transmission share same installation space
for outdoor sites.
Huaweis 3900 series nodeBs BBU is a multimode BBU which provide a common platform for
GSM/UMTS/LTS. The co-exist of different technologies on the same platform contributes to increased
operating efficiency.

4.7

Feature List
Beside the mandatory and optional features, there are still many other features realized in the version but not
adopted in the project. For detail, please check our bill of quotation.

RAN15.0
RNC
Features package
for 233 New NodeB
WRFD-010613
WRFD-020701
WRFD-011600
WRFD-011000
WRFD-021309
WRFD-150205
WRFD-010615
WRFD-020303
WRFD-020309
WRFD-020305
WRFD-020306
WRFD-140206

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(per Erl)
AMR/WB-AMR Speech Rates Control (per
Erl)
TFO/TrFO (per Erl)
Cell Broadcast service (per Erl)
Improved Downlink Coverage (per Erl)
Layered Paging in Idle Mode (per Erl)
Multiple RAB Package (PS RAB >=2) (per
Erl)
Inter-RAT Handover Based on Coverage
(per Erl)
Inter-RAT Handover Based on DL QoS (per
Erl)
Inter-RAT Handover Based on Service (per
Erl)
Inter-RAT Handover Based on Load (per Erl)
Layered Paging in URA_PCH (per Erl)

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WRFD-050402

IP Transmission
Interface (per Erl)

WRFD-140213
WRFD-011000
WRFD-010610
WRFD-010620
WRFD-010621
WRFD-010622
WRFD-010611
WRFD-010651
WRFD-010623
WRFD-010650

Intelligent Access Class Control (per Erl)


Cell Broadcast service (per Mbps)
HSDPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)
HSDPA 3.6Mbps per User (per Mbps)
HSDPA 7.2Mbps per User (per Mbps)
32 HSDPA Users per Cell (per Mbps)
HSDPA Enhanced Package (per Mbps)
HSDPA over Iur (per Mbps)
64 HSDPA Users per Cell (per Mbps)
HSDPA 13.976Mbps per User (per Mbps)

WRFD-010681
WRFD-010685
WRFD-010612

HSPA+ Downlink 21Mbps per User (Per


Mbps)
Downlink Enhanced L2 (Per Mbps)
HSUPA Introduction Package (per Mbps)

WRFD-010635

HSUPA over Iur (per Mbps)

WRFD-010614

HSUPA Phase 2 (per Mbps)

WRFD-010636
WRFD-021309

SRB over HSUPA (per Mbps)


Improved Downlink Coverage (per Mbps)

WRFD-010690

TTI Switch for BE Services Based on


Coverage (per Mbps)

WRFD-010634

60 HSUPA Users per Cell (per Mbps)

WRFD-010507

Rate Negotiation at Admission Control (per


Mbps)
Layered Paging in Idle Mode (per Mbps)
Multiple RAB Package (PS RAB >=2) (per
Mbps)
One Tunnel (per Mbps)
Inter-RAT Handover Based on Coverage
(per Mbps)
Layered Paging in URA_PCH (per Mbps)
IP Transmission Introduction on Iub
Interface (per Mbps)

WRFD-150205
WRFD-010615
WRFD-020111
WRFD-020303
WRFD-140206
WRFD-050402

Introduction

on

Iub

WRFD-140213
WRFD-140216

Intelligent Access Class Control (per Mbps)


Load-based
Uplink
Target
BLER
Configuration (per Cell)

WRFD-140211

Dynamic Target RoT Adjustment (per Cell)

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WRFD-140215

Dynamic Configuration of
Feedback Period (per Cell)

WRFD-150236

Load Based Dynamic Adjustment of PCPICH


(per Cell)

WRFD-020500
RAN15.0
NodeB
Feature
Package(S111) for
233 New NodeB
WRFD-010614
WRFD-150242
WRFD-010691

HSDPA

CQI

Enhanced Fast Dormancy (per PS k Sub)

HSUPA Phase 2 (per NodeB)


HSDPA Scheduler Pool (per NodeB)
HSUPA UL Interference Cancellation (per
Cell)

WRFD-020136

Anti-Interference
(per Cell)

WRFD-010638

Dynamic CE Resource Management (per


NodeB)

WRFD-010631

Dynamic Code Allocation Based on Node B


(per NodeB)

WRFD-020118
WRFD-050501

Energy Efficiency Improved (per NodeB)


Clock Sync on Ethernet in Node B (per
NodeB)
CE overbooking (Per NodeB)
Clock Sync on Ethernet in Node B (per
NodeB)
Intelligent Power Management (per NodeB)
HSUPA Phase 2 (per NodeB)
Downlink 64 QAM (per Cell)

WRFD-140212
WRFD-050501
WRFD-020121
WRFD-010614
WRFD-010683
Optional Features
Optional
RAN15
RNC Features
WRFD-030004

Scheduling

for

HSUPA

Adaptive Configuration of Typical HSPA


Rate (per Mbps)

WRFD-020806

Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight


(Per Mbps)

WRFD-010712

Adaptive Configuration of Traffic Channel


Power offset for HSUPA (per Mbps)

WRFD-140222

Adaptive Adjustment of HSUPA Small Target


Retransmissions (per Mbps)

WRFD-021103
WRFD-021103

Access Class Restriction (per Erl)


Access Class Restriction (per Mbps)

WRFD-020309

Inter-RAT Handover Based on DL QoS (per


Mbps)

WRFD-020308

Inter-RAT Handover Phase 2 (per Mbps)

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WRFD-020305

Inter-RAT Handover Based on Service (per


Mbps)

WRFD-020306

Inter-RAT Handover Based on Load (per


Mbps)

Optional
RAN15
NodeB
Feature
Package(S111)
WRFD-140201
WRFD-020137

Dual-Threshold Scheduling with


Interference Cancellation (per Cell)

WRFD-030010

CQI Adjustment Based on Dynamic BLER


Target (per Cell)

WRFD-140221

HSDPA Scheduling Based on UE Location


(Per Cell)

WRFD-150206
WRFD-150222
WRFD-150235

Turbo IC (per Cell)


HSUPA Time Division (per Cell)
DPCH Maximum Power Restriction (per
Cell)
Control
Channel
Parallel
Interference
Cancellation (CCPIC) (per NodeB)

WRFD-010210
WRFD-140202

4.8

AMR Voice Quality Improvement Based on


PLVA (Per Cell)
HSUPA

Control
Channel
Parallel
Interference
Cancellation (Phase 2) (Per NodeB)

Roadmap
For all the GSM/UMTS/LTE/OSS products Huawei provide in this proposal, we also provide the latest roadmap
for your reference. With the new and powerful solution, the UTRAN can easily support long term evolution to
HSPA+ and LTE. For detail, please refer to roadmap documents.

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DISCLAIMER
The solution and dimension in this proposal are subject to the business requirement and traffic model required
in the RFP and any assumption herein is deemed as necessary. Notwithstanding any description in the proposal,
the scope of work of Huawei's offer is strictly subject to the Bill of Quantities. In case the condition of solution
and dimension varies, the Bill of Quantities and price shall be adjusted accordingly.

Abbreviations
Abbreviation

A
AMR
ANR
APN
APS
ARPU
ASIC
ATM
B
BG
BHCA
BSC
BSS
BSSAP
C
CAMEL
CAP
CC
CDR
CES
CG
CN
CORBA
CS
CSCF
D
DCH
DHCP
DL
DNS
E
EIR
EMS
F
FDD
FE
FTP
G
GE
GGSN
GMLC
GPRS
GPS

Full Name

Adaptive Multi-Rate
Automatic Noise Restrain
Access Point Name
Automatic Protection Switch(ing)
Average Revenue Per User
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Border Gateway
Busy Hour Call Attempt
Base Station Controller
Base Station Subsystem
Base Station Subsystem Application Part
Customized Applications for Mobile network Enhanced Logic
CAMEL Application Part
Call Control
Call Detail Record
Circuit Emulation Service
Charging Gateway
Core Network
Common Object Request Broker Architecture
Circuit-switched
Call Session Control Function
Dedicated Channel
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Downlink
Domain Name Server
Equipment Identification Register
Element Management System
Frequency Division Duplex
Fast Ethernet
File Transfer Protocol
Gigabit Ethernet
Gateway GPRS Support Node
Gateway Mobile Location Center
General Packet Radio Service
Global Position System

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Abbreviation

GRE
GSM
GTP
GUI
GW
H
HLR
HPLMN
HSDPA
HSS
I
ICC
IM
IMA
IM-MGW
IMS
IMSI
IMT-2000
IN
IOT
ISC
ISDN
ISUP
ITU-T
K
KB
L
L2TP
LAN
LCS
LI
LIG
LMT
M
MAP
MGCF
MGCP
MM
MMI
MML
MNC
MNP
MS
MSC
MSISDN
MSRN
MTBF
MTP3B
MVPN
N
NMS
NPDB
O

Full Name

Generic Routing Encapsulation


Global System for Mobile Communications
GPRS Tunneling Protocol
Graphic User Interface
Gateway
Home Location Register
Home PLMN
High Speed Downlink Packet Access
Home Subscriber Server
Interference Canceling Combination
Intensity Message
Inverse Multiplexing on ATM
MGW of IMS subsystem
IP Multimedia Subsystem
International Mobile Station Identity
International Mobile Telecommunication 2000
Intelligent Network
Interoperability Test
IP multimedia Service Control
Integrated Services Digital Network
Integrated Services Digital Network User Part/ISDN User Part
International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Sector
Kilobyte
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
Local Area Network
Location services
Lawful Interception
Lawful Interception Gateway
Local Maintenance Terminal
Mobile Application Part
Media Gateway Control Function
Media Gateway Control Protocol
Mobility Management
Man Machine Interface
Man-Machine Language
Mobile Network Code
Mobile Number Portability
Mobile Station
Mobile Service Switching Center
Mobile Station International ISDN Number
Mobile Station Roaming Number
Mean Time Between Failures
Message transfer part (broadband)
Mobile Virtual Private Network
Network Management Station;
Number Portability Database

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Abbreviation

OMC
P
PCH
PDP
PLD
PLMN
POS
PPS
PS
PSTN
PTT
Q
QoS
R
RAB
RADIUS
RAN
RANAP
RNC
RRM
RRU
S
SCCP
SCP
SCTP
SDF
SDH
SGSN
SGW
SIM
SMC
SMSC
SMS-GMSC
SMS-IWMSC
SRF
SS7
SSF
SSP
STM-1
STM-4
STP
T
TCAP
TCO
TOC
TMSI
U
UDP
UE
UL
UMTS
URA
USIM

Full Name

Operation & Maintenance Center


Paging Channel
Packet Data Protocol
Programmable Logic Device
Public Land Mobile Network
Packet Over SDH
Pre-Paid Service
Packet Switched
Public Switched Telephone Network
Push To Talk
Quality of Service
Radio Access Bearer
Remote Authentication Dial in User Service
Radio Access Network
Radio Access Network Application Part
Radio Network controller
Radio Resource Management
Remote Radio Unit
Signaling Connection and Control Part
Service Control Point
Signaling Control Transmission Protocol
Service Data Function
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
Serving GPRS Support Node
Signaling Gateway
Subscriber Identity Module
Short Message Center (used for SMS)
Short Message Service Center
Short Message Service Gateway MSC
Short Message Service Inter-working MSC
Service Resource Function
CCITT Signaling System No.7
Service Switching Function
Service Switching Point
SDH Transport Module -1
SDH Transport Module -4
Signalling Transfer Point
Transaction Capability Application Part
Total Cost of Ownership
Top of Cabinet
Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identifier
User Datagram Protocol
User Equipment
Uplink
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
User Registration Area
UMTS Subscriber identity module

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Abbreviation

UTRAN
V
VLR
VMSC
VPLMN
W
WAP

Full Name

UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network


Visitor Location Register
Visited Mobile Switching Center, Visited MSC
Visited PLMN
Wireless Application Protocol

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