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Nokia Flexi WCDMA Base Station, Rel. Flexi
WBTS4.0, Product Documentation, v.1

Installing Flexi WCDMA BTS


Modules for Stack, Wall, and Pole
Configurations

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Contents

Contents
Contents 3
1

Summary of changes in Installing Flexi WCDMA BTS Modules for


Stack, Wall, and Pole Configurations 5

Handling the modules and unpacking the delivery 7

Installing Nokia Flexi WCDMA BTS stand-alone 9

Preparing the modules for a stand-alone installation 11

Lifting the stand-alone BTS 13

Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS 17

7
7.1
7.2

Installing the stand-alone BTS on the floor 21


Anchoring the plinth on the floor 21
Installing modules on the floor 25

Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth 31

9
9.1
9.2

Mounting the stand-alone BTS on the wall 37


Mounting the plinth on a wall 37
Mounting modules on a wall 41

10
10.1
10.2

Mounting the stand-alone BTS on the pole 49


Mounting the plinth on a pole 49
Mounting modules on a pole 53

11

Installing transmission sub-module 61

12
12.1
12.2

Installing Remote Radio Head 65


Installing Remote Radio Head to a pole 65
Installing Remote Radio Head to a wall 70

13

Checklist for installing modules 77

Appendix
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6

A Contents of
Contents of the
Contents of the
Contents of the
Contents of the
Contents of the
Contents of the

deliveries 79
System Module delivery 79
RF Module delivery 80
mounting kit for floor, wall and pole (FMFA) delivery
pole mounting kit delivery (optional) 82
transmission sub-module deliveries 83
transmission cable deliveries 89

81

Appendix B Installation tools and torque values 91


B.1
BTS installation tools and equipment 91
B.2
Torque values 91

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Appendix C FTOA optical interface (SFP) requirements 94


C.1
FTOA optical interface (SFP) requirements 94

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Summary of changes in Installing Flexi


WCDMA BTS Modules for Stack, Wall,
and Pole Configurations
Changes between issues 1-0 and 2-0
The name of the document changed from Installing the Modules to
Installing Modules for Stack, Wall, and Pole Configurations.
A figure showing how to fix the adapter mechanics when installing two
plinths on a pole added to section Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth.
A figure showing the correct installation orientation added to section
Mounting modules on a wall.
Table Accepted GE SFPs added to section Installing transmission submodule.
Section Installing Remote Radio Head to a pole added.
Section Installing Remote Radio Head to a wall added.
Section Contents of the transmission cable deliveries added.
Section Contents of the transmission sub-module deliveries updated with
information on the FTJA sub-module.
The structure of the document slightly changed.
Improvements to figures made.
Warnings, cautions, and notes edited.

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Handling the modules and unpacking the delivery

Handling the modules and unpacking the


delivery
Before you start

Caution
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) may damage the modules. Wear an ESD
wrist strap or use a corresponding method when handling the modules.

to ESD stud
Wrist strap

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Figure 1.

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Connecting the antistatic wrist strap

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Summary
Unpack and check the delivery carefully before the installation to make
sure that all the required items are available and undamaged.

Steps

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1.

Carefully check the contents of the delivery.

2.

Remove the items from the package.

3.

Check that the delivery is complete and undamaged.

4.

Recycle the packaging material.

5.

Proceed to the module installation procedure.

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Installing Nokia Flexi WCDMA BTS stand-alone

Installing Nokia Flexi WCDMA BTS


stand-alone
Purpose
This section provides an overview of the main tasks of the Nokia Flexi
WCDMA BTS installation process. For more detailed information on the
installation phases, see the appropriate chapters.

Steps

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Unpack and check the delivery.

2.

Install the plinth.

3.

Connect the plinth to the site main ground.

4.

Install the modules.

5.

Ground the modules.

6.

Connect the necessary cables.

7.

Commission the BTS.

8.

Complete the installation.

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Preparing the modules for a stand-alone installation

Preparing the modules for a stand-alone


installation
Purpose
Fix the module back covers, and external cables entries before the
installation (except for the System Module).
Summary

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Steps
1.

Fix the safety catch (pole or wall installation only).


For safety catch fixing instructions, see Installing covers in wall and
pole installations.

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2.

Fix the module back cover with two screws.

3.

Fix the two external cable entries with two screws each.

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Lifting the stand-alone BTS

Lifting the stand-alone BTS


Purpose
Follow these instructions when a stand-alone BTS must be lifted to the
desired installation location.
Before you start
There are two options as to how to lift a stand-alone BTS:
.

A stand-alone BTS can be lifted stacked (max. two modules per


plinth) and cabled. See Installing modules on the floor for installation
instructions and Cabling the BTS and Creating Configurations for
cabling instructions. When lifting a stacked BTS, the lifting points on
the plinth must be used.

The plinth can be lifted and mounted first and then each module
lifted separately. When lifting a single module, a lifting bag must be
used.

Warning
The equipment is heavy. Take care when lifting it.

Caution
The rear stopper is fragile. Do not attempt to lift the plinth using the rear
stopper.

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Caution
The cable support plates on the sides of the module casings are fragile.
Do not attempt to lift the module casing using the cable support plates.

Steps
1.

Attach the lifting eye bolts to the attachment points in the plinth.
Lifting eye bolts (M12) are not included in the delivery. You can order
the LEKA kit separately from your Nokia supplier.

2.

Attach the hoisting belt or the rope to the lifting eye bolts.
Attach the hoisting belt or rope so that the angle between the belt or
rope and the plinth is minimum 60. The distance between the plinth
and the belt or rope is minimum 400 mm.

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60

400 mm

Lifting the stand-alone BTS

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3.

Lift the BTS carefully to the desired installation height.

4.

Mount the BTS.

5.

Remove the lifting equipment.

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Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS

Grounding principle of the stand-alone


BTS
Before you start
A site grounding cable is not included in the delivery. Make sure you have
the necessary grounding cables. Do not chain grounding cables.

Note
When modules are installed inside a cabinet, no separate earthing
(grounding) cable for the modules is required. The cabinet provides
adequate earthing (grounding).

Note
If the base transceiver station (BTS) has more than one plinth, connect
the main earth (ground) to one of the plinths and earth (ground) all the
modules to that plinth. Alternatively, earth (ground) the modules to their
own plinths and then connect the plinths to the main earth (ground).

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Summary

System Module
cable entry

2
3
6

RF Module
cable entry

1
AC/DC power module
grounding

Modules grounding
points

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Figure 4.

Connecting the grounding cables to modules

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1.

Ground the plinth to the site main ground.

2.

Connect the grounding cable to the grounding point in the


module front panel.

3.

Route the grounding cable through the cable entry.

4.

Connect the other end of the cable to the grounding point in the
plinth.

5.

Repeat steps 2-4 for each module.

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Fix the excess cables to the cable support plates with cable
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7.1

Installing the stand-alone BTS on the


floor
Anchoring the plinth on the floor
Purpose
The plinth is mandatory when the modules are not mounted in an optional
cabinet or 19" rack.
Before you start
.

When choosing the location for the plinth, take into consideration the
required maintenance space. See figure Anchoring plinth on base
with maintenance space in the back for details.

If there are more than five modules in a stack, side access to the
back is needed for back maintenance.
See the following figures for clearances and Earthquake Zones 2
and 4 mounting holes.

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Option A is for stack configuration


A

Mounting holes

Plinth

Mounting holes

(Earthquake
Zone 2 & 4)

(Earthquake
Zone 2 & 4)

Front
Cover

Facility wall

75 mm
(3.0 in.)

13.5 mm
(0.5 in.)
(4 pcs)

75 mm
(3.0 in.)

360 mm
(14.1 in.)

145 mm
(5.7 in.)

300 mm
(11.8 in.)
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Figure 5.

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Facility wall
Fan maintenance
space
305 mm (12 in.)

13.5 mm
(0.5 in.)
(4 pcs)

75 mm
(3.0 in.)

75 mm
(3.0 in.)

360 mm
(14.1 in.)

Plinth

300 mm
(11.8 in.)
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Figure 6.

Anchoring plinth on base with maintenance space in the back

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Turn the rear stopper.

2.

Place the plinth on the floor, grounding points facing forward,


rear stopper against the wall if back access is not required.
a.
Remove the front cover of the plinth to access the two front
mounting holes.
b.
Remove the six rubber seals.
c.
Check if the floor is level. If the floor is not level, install shims.

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Figure 7.

3.

Plinth installation position

Anchor the plinth on the floor.


Anchor the plinth on the floor with 4 anchoring bolts, 12 mm (0.47 in.)
in diameter, and tighten it to 49 Nm.

Note
The plinth must be fixed to the floor to meet the Earthquake Zone 4
requirement.

Further information
Next, ground the plinth to the site main ground. For more information, see
Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS.

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7.2

Installing modules on the floor


Purpose
The stand-alone BTS (without a cabinet) can be installed on the floor in a
stack of up to nine modules (maximum height 27U). To meet the
earthquake requirement for Zone 4, no more than five modules (maximum
height 15U) can be installed in one stack. More than six modules in a stack
meets the vibrational requirements for earthquake Zone 2.

Tip
The four module fixing screws between the module core and the
module casing must be tightened to 5 Nm.

Before you start


Check that
.

the plinth is installed as instructed in the Anchoring the plinth on the


floor section

the plinth is grounded.

If you are going to install Flexi Power Module (FPMA), its recommended
position is at the bottom of the module stack. For more information on
FPMA installation, see Installing Flexi Power Module (FPMA).

Tip
Connect the DC input cable and install the transmission sub-module
before the System Module installation.

The recommended module installation order is illustrated in the following


figure.

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System extension
module (optional)
RF Module

RF Module

Transmission
sub-module
System Module
RF Module

Power Module
(optional)

Plinth
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Figure 8.

Recommended module installation order

Summary

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1

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Steps
1.

Align the holes on the first module bottom with the fixing studs
on the plinth.

Tip
Line up the locating marks on the side of the module to help aligning the
holes with fixing studs.

2.

Align the module markings and push the module back until it
stops.

3.

Attach the module to the plinth with screws.

4.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.
See Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS for more
information.

5.

Align the holes on the second module bottom with the fixing
studs on the first module.

6.

Push the module back until it stops.

7.

Attach the modules to each other with screws.

8.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.

9.

Repeat the steps for each subsequent module.

Expected outcome
The following figure illustrates an example of the basic configuration of one
System Module and three RF Modules installed on the floor.

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Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth


Purpose
Adapter mechanics brackets are installed on the plinth in wall and pole
installations.

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Summary
thread locking compound

Bottom

Torque value: 10 Nm

2 fix the screws, do not tighten yet

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thread locking compound

Bottom

Torque value: 10 Nm

2 fix the screws, do not tighten yet

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Figure 12.

Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth (left-hand installation)

Tip
Right-hand installation is the recommended installation option.

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Steps
1.

Fix the upper bracket of the adapter mechanics on the plinth


with three screws.
Tighten the screws to 10 Nm.
In pole installations, if you are installing modules on both sides of the
pole, make sure you install the upper bracket on the opposite side of
each plinth so that the plinths are facing the same direction.

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Warning
Risk of physical injury. Secure the screws with a thread-locking
compound in pole and wall installations.

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2.

Fix the lower bracket of the adapter mechanics on the plinth


with three screws. Do not tighten the screws yet.
When the screws are left loose at this point, it allows the plinth to
move slightly and prevents twisting in the installation phase.

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9.1

Mounting the stand-alone BTS on the


wall
Mounting the plinth on a wall
Purpose
A plinth is required for mounting the modules on a wall.
Before you start
Check that the plinth adapter mechanics are installed as instructed in the
Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth section.
If installing additional plinths one upon the other, the distance between the
upper mounting screw holes in first and second plinth must be 550 mm
(21.7 in.) minimum.
Summary

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185 mm

482,5 mm

tighten the screws

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Steps
1.

Mark the mounting screw locations on the wall and drill the
holes for the screws.

2.

Fix the upper mounting screws to the wall, lift the plinth on the
wall and fit it to the mounting screws.
Check that the plinth is level.

3.

Tighten the upper mounting screws.

4.

Insert the lower mounting screws.

5.

Tighten the lower mounting screws.

6.

Make sure that the plinth is not twisted.


When the plinth is in a correct position, tighten the three screws in
the lower bracket of the adapter mechanics.

7.

In case you are installing more than one plinth, repeat steps 1-6
for each plinth.
Note that the required space between the plinths is 100 mm.

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The distance between the two


plinths must be 100 mm (3.9 in)

600 mm (23.6 in)

482,5 mm (19.0 in)

185 mm (7.3 in)

185 mm (7.3 in)

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Figure 14.

Mounting a second plinth on the wall

Further information
Next, ground the plinth to the site main ground. For more information, see
Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS .

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9.2

Mounting modules on a wall


Purpose
The stand-alone BTS can be installed on a wall. The maximum number of
modules per plinth is two.

Note
To meet the earthquake requirement Telcordia GR-63-CORE and the
vibrational requirements for Earthquake Zone 4, the four module fixing
screws between the module core and the module casing must be
tightened to 5 Nm.

Before you start


Check that:
.

the plinth is installed as instructed. See Mounting the plinth on a wall


for plinth installation instructions.

the plinth is grounded.

there is one plinth per two modules.

If you are going to install Flexi Power Module (FPMA), it should be


installed on the same plinth as the System Module. For more information
on FPMA installation, see Installing Flexi Power Module (FPMA).
The recommended module installation order is illustrated in the following
figure.

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Wall

RF Module

Plinth

System Module

Power Module
(optional)

RF Module
RF Module

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Figure 15.

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Summary

Caution
Excess torsion damages the casings. In wall and pole installation, do
not install more than two modules per plinth.

Caution
Incorrect installation may lead to damage to the modules. The modules
must be installed with the front panels facing left or right. Do not install
the modules with the front panels facing up or down.

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Line up the
locating marks

1
3

Line up the
locating marks

5
7

8
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Figure 16.

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Steps
1.

Align the holes on the first module's bottom with the fixing
studs on the plinth.

Tip
Line up the locating marks on the side of the module to help aligning the
holes with fixing studs.

2.

Push the module back until it stops.

3.

Attach the module casing to the plinth with two screws.


Secure with thread locking compound.

4.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.
See Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS for more
information.

5.

Align the holes on the second module's bottom with the fixing
studs on the first module.

6.

Push the module back until it stops.

7.

Attach the module casings to each other with two screws.


Secure with thread locking compound.

8.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.

9.

Attach the fixing plates across the module casings on both


sides of the modules and fix with six screws and spring
washers.
Secure with thread locking compound.

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Figure 17.

10.

Installing fixing plates for the casing

Repeat the steps above to install the remaining modules to a


separate plinth or plinths.
One plinth can have two modules installed. A configuration of one
System Module and three RF Modules therefore requires two
plinths.

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Expected outcome
The following figure illustrates one example of the basic configuration of
one System Module and three RF Modules installed on the wall. The
installation in the figure is a right-hand installation, but the BTS can also be
installed as a left-hand installation.

Tip
Right-hand installation is recommended.

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min 100 mm
(3.9 in.)

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10.1

Mounting the stand-alone BTS on the


pole
Mounting the plinth on a pole
Purpose
A plinth and pole mounting kit are required for mounting modules on a
pole. In pole installation, one plinth can have maximum two modules
installed. If the configuration has more than two modules, additional plinths
must be installed. Two plinths can be installed on one pair of mounting
brackets (on opposite sides of the pole).
Before you start
Check that the plinth adapter mechanics are installed as instructed in the
Fixing adapter mechanics to plinth section.

There are three different lengths of bolts available and four places for the
bolts in the pole mounting brackets. When attaching the brackets to the
pole, use the shortest possible bolts and the holes whose distance is the
closest to the pole diameter. See the following table and figure for more
details.

Table 1.

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Pole diameter

Bolt length

Hole number*

Torque value

60-90 mm

120 mm

29 Nm

95 - 125 mm

120 mm

29 Nm

126 - 165

200 mm

29 Nm

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Table 1.

Pole mounting brackets bolt lengths, hole numbers and torque


values (cont.)

Pole diameter

Bolt length

Hole number*

Torque value

166 - 210

200 mm

29 Nm

211 - 255

300 mm

29 Nm

256 - 300

300 mm

29 Nm

*Hole numbering is presented in the following figure.

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Figure 19.

Pole mounting bracket hole numbering

Summary

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1
2

4
3

7
5

6
tighten the screws
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Figure 20.

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Steps
1.

Fix the upper pole mounting bracket on the pole and attach the
mounting screws on the bracket.
Make sure that the mounting screws in the upper pole mounting
bracket are on the lower edge of the bracket. Attach the screws
loosely at this point.

2.

Fix one half (the one with threads) of the lower pole mounting
bracket on the plinth adapter mechanics with the mounting
screws.
Make sure that the mounting screws in the lower pole mounting
bracket are in the upper edge of the bracket.

3.

Lift the plinth on the pole and fit it to the pole mounting
bracket's mounting screws.
See Lifting the stand-alone BTS for lifting instructions.

4.

Tighten the mounting screws.

5.

Place the counterpart of the lower pole mounting bracket in its


place and tighten the screws.

6.

Make sure that the pole mounting brackets are aligned and the
plinth is not twisted.
When the plinth is in a correct position, tighten the three screws in
the lower bracket of the adapter mechanics.

7.

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If a second plinth is required, install it on the other side of the


pole mounting bracket (if there is enough space).
a.
Fix the adapter mechanics on the plinth as described in Step 1
above.
b.
Fix the mounting screws on the upper pole mounting bracket.
c.
Lift the plinth on the pole and fit it to the pole mounting
bracket's mounting screws and tighten the screws.
d.
Insert the lower fixing screws to fix the plinth on the lower pole
mounting bracket. Tighten the mounting screws.
e.
Make sure that the plinth is not twisted. When the plinth is in a
correct position, tighten the two remaining screws in the lower
bracket of the adapter mechanics.

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Further information
Next, ground the plinth to the site main ground. See Grounding principle of
the stand-alone BTS.

10.2

Mounting modules on a pole


Purpose

Note
To meet the earthquake requirement for Zone 4, the four module fixing
screws between the module core and the module casing must be
tightened to 5 Nm.

Tip
Perform the installation as completely as possible before lifting the
modules especially when installing the BTS to a high location.

Before you start


Check that:
.

the plinth is grounded.

one mounting plinth per two modules is installed on a pole. See


Mounting the plinth on a pole for plinth installation instructions.

When using screws to fix a casing to casing, plinth to casing, or plinth to


pole, the screws must be secured with a thread-locking compound.
If you are going to install Flexi Power Module (FPMA), it should be
installed on the same plinth as the System Module. For more information
on FPMA installation, see Installing Flexi Power Module (FPMA).
The recommended module installation order is illustrated in the following
figure.

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Pole

RF Module
Plinth

System Module
RF Module
Power Module
(optional)

RF Module

Plinth

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Figure 21.

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Summary

Caution
Excess torsion damages the casings. In wall and pole installation, do
not install more than two modules per plinth.

Caution
Incorrect installation may lead to damage to the modules. The modules
must be installed with the front panels facing left or right. Do not install
the modules with the front panels facing up or down.

Line up the
locating marks

Line up the
locating marks

4
3

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Line up the
locating
marks

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Figure 22.

Mounting the modules on a pole

Steps
1.

Align the holes on the first module's bottom with the fixing
studs on the plinth.

Tip
Line up the locating marks on the side of the module to help aligning the
holes with fixing studs.

2.

Push the module back until it stops.

3.

Attach the module casing to the plinth with screws and spring
washers.
Secure with thread locking compound.

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4.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.
See Grounding principle of the stand-alone BTS for more
information.

5.

Align the holes on the second module's bottom with the fixing
studs on the first module.

Tip
Line up the locating marks on the side of the module to help aligning the
holes with fixing studs.

6.

Push the module back until it stops.

7.

Attach the module casings to each other with screws and


spring washers.
Secure the screws with thread locking compound.

8.

Connect the module grounding cable between the module front


panel and the plinth.

9.

Attach the fixing plates across the module casings on both


sides of the modules and fix with six screws and spring
washers.
Secure with thread locking compound.

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Figure 23.

10.

Installing fixing plates for the casing

Repeat the steps above to install the remaining modules to a


separate plinth.
One plinth can have a maximum of two modules installed. A
configuration of one System Module and three RF Modules therefore
requires two plinths.

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Expected outcome
The following figure illustrates an example of the basic configuration of one
System Module and three RF Modules installed on a pole. The installation
in the figure is a right-hand installation, however, the BTS can also be
installed as a left-hand installation.

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Figure 24.

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Installing transmission sub-module


Purpose
The transmission sub-module is chosen based on the transmission
requirements of each site.
Before you start
The System Module has to be powered off before installing or changing
the transmission sub-module.
Summary

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3
1

6 check that the connector


is straight
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Figure 25.

Installing transmission sub-module to System Module

Steps
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Loosen the core fixing screws (4 pcs).

3.

Pull the System Module core out of the casing.

4.

Remove the rubber plug.

5.

Insert the FCM-FTM connection card.


The FCM-FTM connection card is asymmetric. It is positioned so
that the broad side is connected to the System Module and the
narrow side is connected to the transmission sub-module.

6.

Check that the FCM-FTM connection card on the System


Module is straight.

7.

Align the transmission sub-module with the two guide pins in


the System Module, and push the sub-module in place.

8.

Fix the transmission sub-module with 4 x M5x25 screws and


tighten to 4.0 Nm.

9.

Re-insert the module core.

10.

If your transmission sub-module is either FTIA, FTJA, or FTOA,


do one of the following:
.
FTIA: insert a SFP Ethernet transceiver (not included in the
delivery) into the GE slot.
See the following table for accepted GE SFPs.

Table 2.

Accepted GE SFPs

Code

Product

Manufacturer ID

Manufacturer's type

4808666

SFP GbE Cat5 100m,


RJ45 (for debug only)

Finisar

FCLF-8521-3

4807974

SFP GbE 1310nm SM


10km LC, LX

Finisar

FTLF1319P1BTL

no MCOMPO SFP

SFP GbE 850nm MM LC,


SX

Finisar

FTLF8519P2BTL

.
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FTOA: Insert the SFP SDH transceiver to the FTOA. See
section FTOA optical interface (SFP) requirements in
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Installing Remote Radio Head

12.1

Installing Remote Radio Head to a pole


Purpose
Remote Radio Head is installed to a pole using Flexi Pole Kit (FPKA).

Steps
1.

Fix the upper mounting bracket on the pole and attach the
mounting bracket screws on the bracket.

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3.

Lift the module on the pole and fit it to the mounting screws of
the pole mounting brackets.

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4.

Tighten the mounting screws to 30 Nm.


Make sure that the brackets are carefully aligned so that the module
does not get twisted during installation.

5.

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Place the counterpart of the lower pole mounting bracket in its


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Tighten the screws.

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6.

Detach the IP cover at the bottom.

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7.

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8.

Connect the two antenna jumper cables.

9.

Strip the DC cable as needed.

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10.

Connect the DC cable.


Connect the black wire to the terminal marked with a plus sign (+)
and the blue wire to the terminal marked with a minus sign (-).

11.

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12.

Connect the optical cable.


Fix it with a cable tie to the cable tie point on the left side.

13.

Replace the IP cover.


When inserting the IP cover, make sure that the gaskets at the
bottom of the cover are properly fitted in the slots. Fix with four
screws.

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12.2

Installing Remote Radio Head to a wall


Steps
1.

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Mark the mounting hole locations on the wall and drill the holes
for the screws (or any other fixing method).

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185mm
(7.3 in.)

1
3
700mm
(27.6 in.)

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2.

Fix the upper mounting screws to the wall.

3.

Lift the Remote Radio Head on the wall and fit it to the mounting
screws.
Tighten the screws.

4.

Insert the lower mounting screws.

4
5

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Tighten the screws.

6.

Detach the IP cover at the bottom.

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Connect the grounding cable to the bottom of the Remote Radio


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8.

Connect the two antenna jumper cables.

9.

Strip the DC cable as needed.

10.

Connect the DC cable.


Connect the black wire to the terminal marked with a plus sign (+)
and the blue wire to the terminal marked with a minus sign (-).

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12.

Connect the optical cable.


Fix it with a cable tie to the cable tie point on the left side.

13.

Replace the IP cover.


When inserting the IP cover, make sure that the gaskets at the
bottom of the cover are properly fitted in the slots. Fix with four
screws.

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Checklist for installing modules


Work phase

Checked

Delivery is complete and undamaged.


Minimum clearances are met.
Plinth is grounded.
Transmission sub-module is installed according to the
instructions.
Modules are installed according to instructions.
Modules are grounded to the plinth.
Cable entries are installed.
Cable connector seals are firmly in place.

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Appendix A Contents of deliveries

A.1

Contents of the System Module delivery


The System Module delivery contains the following items:
.

System Module

2 x System Module cable entries

ESD wrist strap

2 x cable clamps

Stress relief plate for the power cable

4 x M5 screws for fixing cable entries to the casing

4 x K30 screws for the cable clamps

2 x M5 screws for fixing the casing to another casing or plinth

20 x cable ties

Flexi WCDMA BTS Quick Guide

Note
The transmission sub-module is not included in the delivery package. It
must be ordered separately. Make sure you have the correct type of
sub-module.

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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6 x M5
4 x K30
2x

20 x

DN7090562

Figure 26.

A.2

Delivery contents of the System Module

Contents of the RF Module delivery


The RF Module delivery contains the following items:
.

RF Module

2 x RF Module cable entries

Optical cable

Power cable

2 x optical transceivers

4 x M5 screws for fixing cable entries to the casing

2 x M5 screws for fixing the casing to another casing or plinth

10 x cable ties

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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6 x M5

10 x

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Figure 27.

A.3

Delivery contents of the RF Module

Contents of the mounting kit for floor, wall and pole (FMFA) delivery
The FMFA mounting kit is an optional item that has to be ordered
separately, when needed.
The plinth delivery contains the following items:
.

Mounting kit for floor, wall and pole

Adapter mechanics (used in wall and pole installations only)

Spring washers (18 pcs for M5 screws and 8 pcs for M8 screws)

2 x fixing plate for the casing

12 x M5 screws

6 x M8 screws

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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12 x M5

18 x

6 x M8

8x

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Figure 28.

A.4

Delivery contents of the plinth

Contents of the pole mounting kit delivery (optional)


The MetroSite 50 BTS pole mounting kit is an optional item that has to be
ordered separately, when needed.
The figure Contents of the Nokia MetroSite 50 BTS pole mounting kit
delivery below presents the contents of the pole mounting kit delivery.

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Blocks

M10x120 bolts

M8x25 bolts

M10x200 bolts

M10x300 bolts

Washers

DN0484483

Figure 29.

A.5

Contents of the Nokia MetroSite 50 BTS pole mounting kit delivery

Contents of the transmission sub-module deliveries


The transmission sub-module deliveries contain the following items:
FTPB
.

FTPB transmission sub-module with 8 x rubber plugs

4 x screws

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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4 x M5
FCM-FTM
connection card

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Figure 30.

Delivery contents of the FTPB

FTEB
.

FTEB transmission sub-module with 8 x rubber plugs

4 x screws

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

8 x grounding isolators

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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8 x grounding
isolators
4 x M5
FCM-FTM
connection card

DN70269872

Figure 31.

Delivery contents of the FTEB

FTFA
.

FTFA transmission sub-module with 2 x rubber caps

4 x screws

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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4 x M5
FCM-FTM
connection card

DN70269857

Figure 32.

Delivery contents of the FTFA

FTIA
.

FTIA transmission sub-module with 7 x rubber plugs

4 x screws

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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4 x M5
FCM-FTM
connection card

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Figure 33.

Delivery contents of the FTIA

FTOA
.

FTOA transmission sub-module with 1 x rubber plug

4 x screws

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

1 x SDH SFP transceiver

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

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SFP
FCM-FTM
connection card

DN70269821

Figure 34.

Delivery contents of the FTOA

FTJA
.

FTJA transmission sub-module with 7 x rubber plugs

1 x FCM-FTM connector card

4 x isolators

See the following figure for more information on the delivery contents.

4 x M5
FCM-FTM
connection card

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A.6

Contents of the transmission cable deliveries


The transmission cable deliveries (FTCx) contain the following items:

Table 3.

FTCA/FTCB transmission cable deliveries (used with the FTPB and


FTIA)

Cable type

Description

FTCA OD CABLE RJ48C - 470312A


TQ-M/0 120ohm 5 m (16.4
ft)

RJ48C to TQ, 1xE1, for cositing

FTCB OD CABLE RJ48C


120ohm 15 m (49.2 ft)

One open end, 1xE1

Table 4.

470309A

FTCD/FTCE transmission cable deliveries (used with the FTEB and


FTJA

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCD OD CABLE SMB-F/


0 -BT43-F/0 75ohm 5 m
(16.4 ft)

470313A

SMB to BT43, 1xE1 coax,


for co-siting

FTCE OD CABLE SMB-F/


0 75ohm 15 m (49.2 ft)

470310A

One open end, 1xE1 coax

Table 5.

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FTCH transmission cable delivery (used with the FTOA)

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCH OD CABLE LC SM
1310 15 m (49.2 ft)

470311A

LC to LC fiber

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Table 6.
Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCJ OD cable TNC-F7OTNC M7O 50 ohm 2.5 m


(8.2 ft)

470311A

1 per each FTFA Flexbus


interface

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FTCJ transmission cable delivery (used with the FTFA)

FTCR transmission cable delivery (used with the FTIA and FTJA)

Cable type

Product code

Description

FTCR OD CABLE RJ45


CAT5E 15 m (49.2 ft)

471408A

One open end, 1xEthernet

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Installation tools and torque values

Appendix B Installation tools and torque values

B.1

BTS installation tools and equipment


This section lists the installation tools and equipment.

Table 8.

Tools for installation

Installation tools
Allen key: 8 mm (0.31 in.)
ESD wrist strap and cable
TORX screwdriver set: T10, T20, T25
Screwdriver set: Phillips 0 , 1, 2 and flathead
Wrench 13 mm (0.51 in.)
Folding knife
Monkey wrench
Side cutters
Crimping tool for 16 mm grounding cable
Torque wrench for antenna cables
Lint-free swab or wipe and 99% alcohol for cleaning optical connectors
Cable ties for routing cables
Tape measure
Flashlight, pocket lamp or torch
Hammer drill
Marker pen or comparable tool
Pliers

B.2

Torque values
Nokia Siemens Networks strongly recommends that you tighten to the
following torque values. These values assume the use of a lubricated bolt
or fastener. Use these values unless stated otherwise.
The torque wrench is presented in the following figure.

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Figure 35.

Torque wrench

Table 9.

Torque values for the BTS

Bolt/Screw Type

DIN

Size

Torque

TORX head screw


cylinder head

7985 F1-60

M3

0.7 - 1.0 Nm

TORX head screw


cylinder head

7985 F1-60

TORX head screw


cylinder head

7985 F1-60

TORX head screw


cylinder head

7985 F1-60

Hexagon head screw


(cabinet fixing)

933-12-70

Allen screw

912-A2-70

(0.5 - 0.7 ft-lb)


M4

1.2 - 1.6 Nm
(0.9 - 1.2 ft-lb)

M5

2.0 - 2.5 Nm
(1.5 - 1.8 ft-lb)

M8

10.0 Nm
(7.4 ft-lb)

M12

49.0 Nm
(36.1 ft-lb)

M8

8.0 - 10.0 Nm
(5.9 - 7.4 ft-lb)

Nut

934 A2

M5

3.7 Nm
(2.7 ft-lb)

Nut (cabinet fixing)

934 A2

M12

49 Nm
(36.1 ft-lb)

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Knurled-head screw
(finger tightening)

-NA-

Fan fixing screws,


plastic

-NA-

M5

approx. 1 Nm
(0.7 ft-lb)

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M4

0.7 Nm
(0.5 ft-lb)

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Table 9.

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Bolt/Screw Type

DIN

Size

Torque

Fan fixing screws,


metal

-NA-

M4

1.2 Nm

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Operating wavelength
range

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nm

dB

- max. -20 dB width

- min. side mode


suppression ratio

dBm

dB

- minimum

Min. extinction ratio

dB

ps/nm

dB

Attenuation range

Max. dispersion

Min. optical return loss


of cable plant at S,
including any
connectors

Optical path between S


and R

dBm

- maximum

Mean launched power:

nm

- max. RMS width ()

Spectral characteristics:

Source type

Transmitter at reference
point S

1)

18

40

MLM

NA

0-7

8.2

-15

-8

25

80

LED

1260 -1360

I-1

nm

kbit/s

NA

96

0-12

8.2

-15

-8

7.7

MLM

1261 1360

1)

S-1.1

Values

296

2.5

MLM

NA

0-12

8.2

-15

-8

NA

30

SLM

1430-1576 1430-1580

S-1.2

246

MLM

NA

10-28

10

-5

1)

L-1.1

NA

30

SLM

1263 -1360

155 520
L-1.2

20

NA

10-28

10

-5

30

SLM

14801580

STM-1 according to Recommendation G.707

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Application code

Nominal bit rate

Digital signal

Unit

Table 10.

10

-5

NA

NA

30

SLM

1480-1580

10-28
246/296

3/2.5

MLM

1523-1577

1534-1566/

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dB

dB

Max. optical path


penalty

Max. reflectance of
receiver, measured at
R

NA

-8

-23

NA

NA

-8

-28

NA

NA

-8

-28

NA

FTOA optical interface (SFP) requirements


(cont.)

Some Administrations may require a limit of 1270 nm.

dBm

Min. overload

1)

dBm

dB

Min. sensitivity

Receiver at reference
point R

Max. discrete
reflectance between S
and R

Table 10.

NA

-10

-34

NA

-25

-10

-34

-25

NA

-10

-34

NA

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