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GSM/UMTS SOLUTIONS GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 UMTS 1900 / 2100

Nortel GSM-UMTS BTS 18000 IndoorBASE TRANSCEIVER STATION CUSTOMER PRODUCT OVERVIEW

2004 Nortel Printed in France NORTEL CONFIDENTIAL: The information contained in this document is the property of Nortel. Except as specifically authorized in writing by Nortel, the holder of this document shall keep the information contained herein confidential and shall protect same in whole or in part from disclosure and dissemination to third parties and use same for evaluation, operation and maintenance purposes only. The content of this document is provided for information purposes only and is subject to modification. It does not constitute any representation or warranty from Nortel as to the content or accuracy of the information contained herein, including but not limited to the suitability and performances of the product or its intended application.

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NOTICEThis document presents the Nortel GSM-UMTS BTS 18000 Indoor Base Transceiver Station and describes hardware modules and features. The Nortel GSM-UMTS BTS 18000 is a dual technology BTS capable of supporting both GSM and UMTS in a single cabinet. For more details on BTS 18000 Indoor commercial packaging, please contact your Nortel representative.

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TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction ...................................................................................................................5 Nortel BTS Portfolio ...................................................................................................... 7 BTS Highlights ............................................................................................................ 10 Physical Characteristics.............................................................................................. 10 GSM-UMTS dual technology proposal ....................................................................... 10 GSM Features ............................................................................................................ 11 GSM Functions ........................................................................................................... 12 RF Functions.......................................................................................................... 12 Radio Channel Management ................................................................................. 12 Signal Processing .................................................................................................. 12 Base Station Controller Interface ........................................................................... 13 Switching................................................................................................................ 13 Operation and Maintenance................................................................................... 13 Architecture................................................................................................................. 14 Physical Layout........................................................................................................... 16 Capacity and Configuration ....................................................................................... 21 Connection to the Base Station Controller.................................................................. 24 Base Station Controller Dependency.......................................................................... 24 Connection to the Radio Network Controller .............................................................. 24 Radio Network Controller Dependency ...................................................................... 25 Compatibility with the BTS S8000, BTS S12000 and UMTS BTS............................ 26 Modules ...................................................................................................................... 26 Typical configurations ................................................................................................. 26 Installation ...................................................................................................................27 Shipping and Installation............................................................................................. 27 Floor Space ................................................................................................................ 27 Power Supply.............................................................................................................. 28 Environment................................................................................................................ 28 Operation and Maintenance ....................................................................................... 29 Operation .................................................................................................................... 29 Initialization ............................................................................................................ 29 Configuration.......................................................................................................... 29 Fault-monitoring/recovery ...................................................................................... 29

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Maintenance ............................................................................................................... 30 Technical Description................................................................................................. 31 Interface Control Module (ICM) .................................................................................. 31 Functions................................................................................................................ 31 Architecture ............................................................................................................ 31 Interface Module (IFM) ............................................................................................... 32 Functions................................................................................................................ 32 Architecture ............................................................................................................ 32 Spare Module (SPM) .................................................................................................. 32 Function ................................................................................................................. 32 Architecture ............................................................................................................ 32 Alarms and Bridge Module (ABM) .............................................................................. 32 Bridge Functions .................................................................................................... 32 Alarm collector functions ........................................................................................ 33 Architecture ............................................................................................................ 33 Radio Modules (RM)................................................................................................... 34 Functions................................................................................................................ 34 Architecture ............................................................................................................ 34 Packaging .............................................................................................................. 36 Radio performance................................................................................................. 36 Transmission Coupling ............................................................................................... 38 Functions .................................................................................................................... 38 Packaging .............................................................................................................. 40 Software...................................................................................................................... 41 UMTS modules ........................................................................................................... 41 Core Controller Module (iCCM).............................................................................. 42 Compact GPS and Alarm Module (cGPSAM)........................................................ 42 Channel Element Module (iCEM)........................................................................... 42 Transceiver Module (iTRM).................................................................................... 43 Multi-Carrier Power Amplifier (MCPA) ................................................................... 43 Dual Duplexer Module (DDM) ................................................................................ 44 APPENDIX 1: APPLICABLE SPECIFICATIONS (Indoor Products) ......................... 45 APPENDIX 2: ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE .................................................. 46 APPENDIX 3: ABBREVIATIONS................................................................................. 47

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INTRODUCTIONThe GSM-UMTS BTS 18000 Indoor is a part of a new Nortel family of BTS that includes the Indoor and Outdoor versions of the dual technology high capacity BTS 18000. This new family of BTS is based on a new highly integrated radio module (RM) that provides the equivalent of three GSM/GPRS/EDGE transceiver channels including power amplifier function. T