This post was last edited by zhouchan at 2016-5-12 16:45.
1) Service Description
Have you ever encountered with the following questions during the network design phase when the base station type has been determined?
1. What kinds of baseband unit (BBU) and RF modules need to be configured for a base station working in GSM mode, UMTS mode, LTE mode, or multimode?
2. When much space for installing user equipment is required, what kinds of cabinets and how many cabinets need to be configured?
According to your requirements, 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles provides you with information about types and quantity of cabinets, BBU boards, RF modules, site auxiliary materials, and licenses.
2) Documentation Description
3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles describes how to configure a newly deployed or inventory upgrade base station, and applies to the BTS3900, BTS3900L, BTS3900A, BTS3900AL, BTS3900C, DBS3900, and Lampsite.
3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles applies to both SingleRAN8.0 and SingleRAN9.0, because version differences only lie in the hardware type.
3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles also helps you quickly and accurately find related documents if you want to know detailed information about the base station during the configuration.
· There are various types of BBUs and RF modules with different specifications. 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles provides you a link to 3900 Series Base Station Technical Description for detailed information about component specifications.
· 3900 Series Base Station Configuration Principles does not cover the hardware and cable appearance. If you want to know the appearance, see 3900 Series Base Station Hardware Description.
The following figure shows guidance for you to find related information.