ERICSSON-RBS – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. The Ericsson. RBS Series Base Stations meet the challenge for reliable, wide-area. Public Safety LTE coverage. ERICSSON LTE TECHNOLOGY. The RBS is part of the RBS series of macro base station equipment designed and built by Ericsson, the world’s leading provider of LTE technology.
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For information on how the RBS cabinet fulfills earthquake requirements, see Section 3. The wrist strap protects boards and units from being damaged by ESD from the person working with the board or unit.
Figure 32 and Figure 33 show the optical Ethernet connection interfaces. Figure 6 shows the location of hardware units, and Table 10 describes the hardware units in the RBS. The cabinet can be used both in modernization scenarios and when a new site is established. In a modernization scenario, capacity is increased without the need to expand the site footprint. Cables must be routed straight up from the RBS to the cable ladder to provide access for maintenance.
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Optical cables are available in standard lengths, from a few meters up to several hundred meters. DU adapter cannot be placed inside the cabinet 62201 DBA is used.
These are shown in the document Trademark Information. Figure 34 shows ericson E1, T1, and J1 transmission interfaces. Figure 5 shows drill patterns for tilt protection and base frame. Help Center Find new research papers in: Skip to main content. The RBS supports: Figure 9 shows and Table 12 describes the connection interfaces. For more information on cross-sectional cable areas and fuse sizes, see Section 3.
Each PSU is connected with two cables three-wired. The superior radio performance and capacity of the RBS also means that the number of sites required is kept to a minimum, thereby further reducing operational expenditure. Ericsson shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document.
RBS is built with tomorrows technology and at the same provide backwards compatibility with the highly ericsso RBS and RBS product lines. The grounding points are located on the front of the RBS and consists of two M8 studs as shown in Figure A complete site including high-capacity multi-standard radio, transport network equipment, and battery backup fits in a footprint measuring just mm by mm. Each PSU is connected with two cables a pair.
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Under a non-destructive environmental stress beyond exceptional limits, no equipment function is guaranteed and performance may degrade in an unspecified manner. Figure 8 shows the location of the hardware units when there is a DU adapter placed under the upper 8U subrack, and Table 11 describes the hardware units in the Eericsson.
Individual license to use the specific radio equipment may be required.
The main parts of the RRU are the: Sound pressure level values below one meter are not shown. The other RRU are then connected to each other.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. The small, lightweight units are easily carried to site and offer simple and discrete installation where space and access are decisive issues. Reengineering the power supply and fully integrating it into the system were key objectives in designing the RBS series. Values for sub-configured RBSs must be calculated from Table ercisson. The AC power system can control power to selected units by means of applications.
All connections are made directly on the units, that is, no Connection Field CF is used.
Each node calculates its own cooling requirement; however, the primary node determines the fan speed according to the highest cooling requirement. For more information on preventive maintenance, see Hardware Maintenance Instructions.