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INTRODUCTION

ERICSSON 6601
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Product Overview

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The

RBS 6601 is a main-remote RBS and a member of the RBS 6000 family. RBS 6601 consists of an indoor main unit and a number of RRUs designed be located near the antenna. An optical fiber cable connects each RRU to main unit, as shown in Figure 1. The maximum length of the optical
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The

to

the

The

RBS can be configured for up to three sectors with four carriers for each or for up to six sectors with two carriers for each sector. The number RRUs supported depends on the available radio configurations. The currently available are described in RBS Configurations.
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sector

of

configurations

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Main Features
The

main features of the RBS 6601 are the following: Includes a subrack based main unit to be hosted in a 19-inch rack structure, an existing RBS or other standard racks Has 48 V DC (two-wire) power supply Supports external Global Positioning 2/24/13 System (GPS)

either

Optional Equipment
The

equipment presented in this section is optional and can be ordered It is not necessary for basic RBS functions. equipment is located outside the RBS. SAU The Support Alarm Unit (SAU) is an alarm and connection unit that is externally in a distribution frame that 2/24/13

separately. The

External

installed

ASC, TMA, RETU, and RIU The following mast- located units are
placed close to the antenna:

Tower Mounted Amplifier (TMA) Antenna System Controller (ASC) Remote Electrical Tilt Unit (RETU) RET Interface Unit (RIU)

The

TMA and the ASC are uplink amplifiers and improve the RX sensitivity. RETU enables remote tilt of the 2/24/13

The

The

main unit can be installed in freestanding racks or cabinets, without with other cabinets, against a wall or back to back or side to side with cabinets. Information regarding placement of cabinets can be found in manual for the cabinet. minimum distance of 200 mm must be left between the top 2/24/13 rack of the

Site Layout

contact

other

the A

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DC Power Supply Characteristics

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Connection Interfaces

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Position A - Earth Grounding Interface

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Position B - Built-in External Alarm Interface The main unit supports 8 built-in
alarm ports for customer specific external
alarms. The

An alarm can be triggered by an open or closed condition. external alarms are connected to a 8x2 pole detachable socket connector, shown in
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as

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Position C - SAU Interface (Optional)


The

SAU is optional and is installed outside the cabinet. Power is supplied from main unit to the SAU via the 10 pole RJ-45 connector

the

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Position D - Power Interface


Incoming

two-wire 48 V DC power is connected by a two-pole connector. The cable must have a crosssectional area of 4 mm2. The main unit must be to an external fuse

power

connected

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Position E - GPS Interface (Optional)

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Ethernet, Electrical

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Position E - Optical Cables to the RRU Interface

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Ethernet, Optical (Optional)

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E1, T1, and J1

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THANK YOU

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