AIR32 Description

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Antenna Integrated Radio Unit Description AIR 32

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© Ericsson AB 2016. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the copyright owner. Disclaimer The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document. Trademark List All trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners. These are shown in the document Trademark Information.

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Contents

Contents 1

Introduction

1

2

Product Overview

2

2.1

Main Features

4

2.2

Optional Equipment

4

3

Technical Data

6

3.1

Bands, Carriers, and Output Power

6

3.2

Antenna Data

10

3.3

Physical Characteristics

11

3.4

Installation Requirements

14

3.5

Acoustic Noise

16

3.6

Environmental Characteristics

16

3.7

Power Supply Characteristics

18

3.8

System Characteristics

20

4

Hardware Architecture

21

4.1

AIR Unit Parts

21

4.2

Fan Module

22

4.3

Solar Shield

22

4.4

AIR Unit Components

22

4.5

Optical Indicators

24

5

Connection Interfaces

26

5.1

Position A, Grounding Interface

37

5.2

Position B and C, Interface for Optical Cables to Main Unit

38

5.3

Position D, −48 V DC Power Supply Interface

38

5.4

Position E, Optical Indicators

39

5.5

Position F, G, H, and I, J and K Interfaces for RF Cables (Optional)

40

6

Standards and Regulations

41

6.1

Regulatory Approval

41

6.2

Other Standards and Regulations

45

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Introduction

1

Introduction This document describes the Antenna Integrated Radio (AIR) 32 unit.

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Product Overview AIR 32 is an antenna-integrated radio that consists of an active and a passive part, except AIR 32 B2A B66AA, which does not have any passive ports. The active part is one or two integrated 4-branch radio units and a two column, dual-polarized antenna, single active AIR 32 and dual active AIR 32. The passive part consists of a one, two or three column dual-polarized antenna. The exact configuration of the antenna differs between the different product variants. The active part is connected to an RBS main unit and is intended to be used in a main-remote configuration in the same manner as conventional Remote Radio Units (RRUs). The passive part of the AIR unit allows connection to an existing RBS with the AIR unit functioning as a standard antenna. A typical configuration is shown in Figure 1. Other installation alternatives are shown in Figure 2 and Figure 3.

AIR

Main Unit

Existing RBS Ge2146B

Figure 1 AIR Unit Active Part Connected to a New Main Unit and AIR Unit Passive Part Connected to an Existing RBS

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Product Overview

AIR Unit

AIR Unit

AIR Unit

Main Unit

Ge2730A

Figure 2

Three AIR Units with a Three Sector Setup

AIR AIR

AIR

Main Unit

Ge2054A

Figure 3

Three AIR Units Connected to the Main Unit in a Star Configuration

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2.1

Main Features The AIR product is designed for outdoor installations, intended for pole, wall, or mast mounting. The active radio section operates over LTE, WCDMA and GSM radio access. The active section contains one or two 4TX/4RX Radio Units (RU) directly mounted within the antenna assembly. Each RU is connected to the Digital Unit (DU) or Baseband unit located in the RBS by one or two fiber optic interface cables per RU, providing digital transmission and control of the RU. The AIR antenna section provides both antenna columns for active and passive functions. The AIR passive section provides an isolated antenna connection for an external RU operating from a non-related RBS. Interface connections to an external RU are provided. The AIR antenna supports multiple frequency bands which can be independently tilted. The electrical tilt function is achieved by integrated Remote Electrical Tilt (RET) units. The AIR unit can also be mechanically tilted by using the down tilt installation kit. For detailed information, see Optional Equipment on page 4 and refer to Install Antenna Integrated Radio Units. The AIR unit has fan cooling.

2.2

Optional Equipment Table 1 lists the optional equipment for the AIR unit, and Figure 4 and Figure 5 show installation alternatives. For more information, refer to Main-Remote Installation Products Overview.

Ge5902A

Figure 4

4

Alternative Installation Methods AIR 32 1.4 m Unit

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Ge11481A

Figure 5 Table 1

Alternative Installation Methods AIR 32 2.0 m Unit

Mounting Kits

Installation Kit

Single unit pole installation kit

Single unit wall installation kit Triple unit pole installation kit Down tilt installation kit, pole diameter 55–115

Product Name

Product Number

Clamps 55–115 mm upper and lower

SXK 109 1575/1

AIR clamp kit for pole, diameter 110–220 mm

SXK 109 1621/1

Power adapter

RNY 104 87/1

AIR wall mounting kit

SXK 109 1622/1

AIR 3-sector clamp kit for pole, diameter 114.3 mm

SXK 109 1619/1

AIR 3-sector clamp kit for pole, diameter 139.7 mm

SXK 109 1620/1

Air down tilt kit 55–115 mm

SXK 109 1745/1(1) SXK 109 1846/1(2)

(1) Used for AIR units 1.4 m. (2) Used for AIR units 2.0 m.

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Technical Data This section describes the physical characteristics, environmental data, and the power supply characteristics of the AIR unit.

3.1

Bands, Carriers, and Output Power This section describes the frequency bands, number of carriers supported, and output power of the AIR unit. For detailed information on available radio configurations, refer to RBS Configurations. Table 2 lists the frequency bands supported by the active and the passive part of each specific AIR unit type.

Table 2

AIR Unit Active and Passive Part Frequency Band

AIR Unit Type

Active Part of AIR Unit

Passive Antenna of AIR Unit

AIR 32 B4A B2P

Band 4 (1700/2100 MHz)

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

Band 7(1) (2600 MHz)

High Band (1710–2170 MHz)

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP

Low Band (698–960 MHz) Band 7

(2)

(2600 MHz)

(2.0 m unit)

High Band (1710–2170 MHz) Low Band (698–960 MHz)

AIR 32 B2A B66AA

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

(1.4 m unit)

Band 66A (1700/2100 MHz)

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP

Band 66A (1700/2100 MHz)

(2.0 m unit)

No passive band Band 7 (2600 MHz) Low Band (698–960 MHz)

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP

Band 7 (2600 MHz)

Low Band (698–960 MHz)

(2.0 m unit)

Band 3 (1800 MHz)

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP

Band 7 (2600 MHz)

(2.0 m unit)

Band 66A (1700/2100 MHz)

AIR 32 B2A B66AP

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

Band 66A (1700/2100 MHz)

Band 66A (1700/2100 MHz)

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

Band 3 (1800 MHz)

Band 7 (2600 MHz)

Low Band (698–960 MHz)

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP

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AIR Unit Type (2.0 m unit)

Active Part of AIR Unit

Passive Antenna of AIR Unit Low Band (698–960 MHz)

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP

Band 2 (1900 MHz)

Band 7 (2600 MHz)

(2.0 m unit)

Low Band (698–960 MHz)

(1) Active band B7 (2600, TX: 2620-2690, RX: 2500-2570 MHz) (2) Active band B7A (2600, TX: 2620-2680, RX: 2500-2560 MHz). Fulfills ACMA requirements.

Table 3 lists the maximum nominal output power of the AIR unit. Detailed information about licenses and hardware activations codes (HWAC) can be found in: GSM: User Description, RAN handling of software licenses and hardware activation codes and MCPA Guideline in the GSM RAN CPI library. WCDMA: Licenses and Hardware Activation Codes in the WCDMA RAN CPI library. LTE: Manage Licenses in the Radio Nodes libraries. Table 3

AIR Unit Active Part Maximum Nominal Output Power

AIR Unit Type

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AP

Maximum Nominal Output Power Without Hardware Activation Code

With Hardware Activation Codes

20 W

120 W

20 W

120 W

20 W

120 W

20 W(1)

120 W(1)

20 W

120 W

20 W(1)

120 W(1)

20 W(1)

120 W(1)

20 W

120 W

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AIR Unit Type

Maximum Nominal Output Power Without Hardware Activation Code

With Hardware Activation Codes

20 W

120 W

20 W

120 W

20 W

120 W

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) (1) Per band

Table 4 lists the maximum input power for each passive port on the AIR 32. Table 4

AIR Unit Passive Part Maximum Input Power for each Port

AIR Unit Type

Maximum Input Power

AIR 32 B4A B2P

200 W

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AP

200 W

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P

200 W

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP

200 W

(2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP

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200 W

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AIR Unit Type (2.0 m unit)

Maximum Input Power

Table 5 lists the number of carriers in the AIR unit. Table 5

AIR Unit Active Part Maximum Number of Carriers

AIR Unit Type AIR 32 B4A B2P

Maximum Number of Carriers With License LTE

WCDMA

GSM

3

8

-

3

-

-

3

-

-

3(1)

8(2)

8(2)

3

8

-

B7 and B3

-

B3: 8

B66A: 8

-

3

8

8

3

8

-

3

-

8

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AP

3 B7 and B66A 3

(1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

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AIR Unit Type AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP

Maximum Number of Carriers With License LTE

WCDMA

GSM

3

8

8

(2.0 m unit) (1) Per band (2) Band 2 only

3.2

Antenna Data This section describes the antenna gain and antenna beam width for both the active and the passive antennas in the AIR unit. Table 6 lists the typical antenna performance data. For more information about AIR unit antenna patterns, MSI-files, and AIR data sheets, refer to Ericsson Product Catalog.

Table 6 AIR Unit Type

AIR Unit Typical Antenna Performance Data Active Antenna

Passive Antenna

Gain (dBi)

Horizontal Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Vertical Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Electrical Tilt (deg)

Gain (dBi)

Horizontal Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Vertical HalfPower Beam Width (deg)

Electrical Tilt (deg)

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit)

18

65

7

2-12

18

65

6

2-12

AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

17

60

5

2-12

HB 18 LB 15

HB 62 LB 66

HB 6 LB 10

HB and LB 2-12

AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

17

60

5

2-12

HB 18 LB 15

HB 62 LB 66

HB 6 LB 10

HB and LB 2-12

AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit)

B2 18 B66A(1) 18 B66A(2) 17

B2 63 B66A(1) 61 B66A(2) 67

B2 6 B66A(1) 6 B66A(2) 7

2-12

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

18(1) 17(2)

61(1) 67(2)

6(1) 7(2)

2-12

B7 17 LB 15

B7 63 LB 66

B7 5 LB 10

B7 and LB 2-12

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7 and B3 17

B7 60 B3 62

B7 5 B3 6

B7 and B3 2-12

15

66

10

2-12

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7 17 B66A 18(1), 17(2)

B7 60 B66A 61(1), 67(2)

B7 5 B66A 6(1), 7(2)

B7 and B66A 2-12

15

66

10

2-12

AIR 32 B2A B66AP (1.4 m unit)

18

62

6

2-12

18

65

6

2-12

10

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AIR Unit Type

Active Antenna

Passive Antenna

Gain (dBi)

Horizontal Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Vertical Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Electrical Tilt (deg)

Gain (dBi)

Horizontal Half-Power Beam Width (deg)

Vertical HalfPower Beam Width (deg)

Electrical Tilt (deg)

AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit)

18(1) 17(2)

61(1) 67(2)

6(1) 7(2)

2-12

18

65

6

2-12

AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

17

63

6

2-12

B7 17 LB 15

B7 63 LB 66

B7 5 LB 10

B7 and LB 2-12

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

18

64

6

2-12

B7 17 LB 15

B7 63 LB 66

B7 63 LB 66

B7 and LB 2-12

(1) Downlink 2110-2180 MHz (2) Uplink 1710-1780 MHz

3.3

Physical Characteristics This section describes the physical dimensions, weight, and color of the AIR unit. The dimensions of the AIR unit are shown in Figure 6 and listed in Table 7.

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C

A

B

D

G

C

E

F Ge5903A

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Figure 6

AIR Unit Dimensions

Table 7

AIR Unit Dimensions

AIR Unit Type

Height (A)

Width (B)

Depth (C)

Distance between mounting brackets (D)

Depth includin g mountin g brackets (E)

Distance between stud holes on mountin g brackets (F)

Distance between lower mountin g bracket and the lower end of the AIR unit (G)

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit)

1505 mm

327 mm

220 mm

1249 mm

271 mm

110 mm

128 mm

AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit)

1505 mm

327 mm

220 mm

1249 mm

271 mm

110 mm

128 mm

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

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AIR Unit Type

Height (A)

Width (B)

Depth (C)

Distance between mounting brackets (D)

Depth includin g mountin g brackets (E)

Distance between stud holes on mountin g brackets (F)

Distance between lower mountin g bracket and the lower end of the AIR unit (G)

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

AIR 32 B2A B66AP (1.4 m unit)

1505 mm

327 mm

220 mm

1249 mm

271 mm

110 mm

128 mm

AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit)

1505 mm

327 mm

220 mm

1249 mm

271 mm

110 mm

128 mm

AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

2014 mm

389 mm

284 mm

1752 mm

335 mm

110 mm

131 mm

Table 8 and Table 9 list the weight of the AIR unit with and without installation kit. Table 8

AIR Unit Weight (1.4 m Unit) with and without Installation Kit

AIR Unit Type

Weight without Installation Kit

Weight with Single Unit Pole Installation Kit, 55–115 mm

Weight with Single Unit Pole Installation Kit, 110–220 mm

Weight with Single Unit Wall Installation Kit

Weight with Down Tilt Installation Kit, Pole Size 55–115 mm

AIR 32 B4A B2P

49.0 kg

53.4 kg

56.7 kg

52.3 kg

62 kg

AIR 32 B2A B66AA

65.0 kg

69.4 kg

72.7 kg

68.3 kg

78 kg

AIR 32 B2A B66AP

50.0 kg

54.4 kg

57.7 kg

53.3 kg

63 kg

AIR 32 B66AA B2P

49.0 kg

53.4 kg

56.7 kg

52.3 kg

62 kg

Table 9

AIR Unit Weight (2.0 m unit) with and without Installation Kit

AIR Unit Type

Weight without Installation Kit

Weight with Single Unit Pole Installation Kit, 55–115 mm

Weight with Single Unit Pole Installation Kit, 110–220 mm

Weight with Down Tilt Installation Kit, Pole Size 55–115 mm

AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP

74.5 kg

78.9 kg

82.2 kg

89.5 kg

AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP

74.5 kg

78.9 kg

82.2 kg

89.5 kg

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP

74.5 kg

78.9 kg

82.2 kg

89.5 kg

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP

83.0 kg

87.0 kg

91.0 kg

98 kg

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP

83.0 kg

87.0 kg

91.0 kg

98 kg

AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP

74.5 kg

78.9 kg

82.2 kg

89.5 kg

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP

74.5 kg

78.9 kg

82.2 kg

89.5 kg

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The color of the radome is gray, and light gray on the rear and side solar shields.

3.4

Installation Requirements This section describes the installation requirements for installing the AIR unit. For a complete installation description, refer to Install Antenna Integrated Radio Units. The AIR unit is only for outdoor installation. Pole installations can be either on a pole, or on a mast or a tower). The AIR unit is installed with the cable connections facing down. Allow a minimum of 500 mm free space below the AIR unit to ensure sufficient working space.

3.4.1

Outdoor Installation Environments to Avoid The AIR unit is designed for outdoor use but to ensure optimal operation avoid the following: •

Hot microclimates caused, for example, by heat radiated or reflected from dark or metallic walls or floors



Chimney mouths or ventilation system outlets



Large glass or concrete surfaces

Avoid radio interference by keeping the area directly in front of the antenna clear of the following:

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Metal surfaces or objects such as railings, ladders, or chains



Equipment generating electromagnetic fields, such as electric motors in air conditioners or diesel generators



RBS equipment

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AIR/Antenna

Antenna lobe

No interfering objects in front of the antenna! Ge8801E

3.4.2

Painting Limitations Ericsson does not recommend painting the AIR, especially not the radome, as it may affect radio performance of the unit. Ericsson will apply limitations to the warranty and service contract if the AIR is painted.

3.4.2.1

Technical Limitations If the AIR is painted, be aware of the technical limitations below: •

Sunlight on dark paint can increase the temperature of the AIR causing it to overheat and shut down.



The plastic surfaces and the plastic covers are suited for painting with normal commercially available one or two component paints.



Never use metallic paint or paint containing metallic particles on the radome.



Ensure that ventilation and drainage holes are free from paint.



Ensure proper adhesion of the paint.

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3.4.2.2

Commercial Limitations If the AIR is painted, the commercial limitations below apply:

3.5



Failure modes directly related to overheating due to painting are not valid for repair within the scope of the warranty or standard service contract.



Product failures related to paint contamination of components of the unit are not valid for repair within the scope of warranty or standard service contract.



When a painted unit is repaired, it will be restored to the standard color before being returned to the market. It is not possible to guarantee the same unit being sent back to the same place. This is also valid for units repaired under a service contract.



For repairs within the warranty period or a standard service contract, the customer will be charged the additional costs for replacing all painted parts of the unit or the complete unit.

Acoustic Noise The AIR unit emits low levels of acoustic noise at maximum fan speed.

3.6

Environmental Characteristics This section contains operating environment data for the AIR unit.

3.6.1

Operating Environment Table 10 lists the values for the normal operating environment for the AIR unit. Table 10

Air Unit Normal Operating Environment

Temperature

−40°C to +55°C

Solar radiation

≤ 1,120 W/m²

Relative humidity

5% to 100%

Absolute humidity

0.26 to 40 g/m3

Maximum temperature change

1.0°C/min

Table 11 lists the maximum wind load for the normal operating environment for the AIR unit installed on a single unit pole installation kit.

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Table 11

AIR Unit Maximum Wind Load

AIR Unit Type AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AP (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

Maximum Wind Load at 42 m/s (Pole Installed AIR Unit)(1) 900 N 1300 N 1300 N 900 N 1300 N 1300 N 1300 N 900 N 900 N 1300 N 1300 N

(1) Maximum loading on the antenna mount at a reference wind speed of 42 m/s.

3.6.2

Vibration This section describes the tolerance of the AIR unit to vibrations. The AIR unit operates reliably during seismic activity as specified by test method IEC 60 068-2-57 Ff. Maximum level of Required Response Spectrum (RRS)

50 m/s2 within 2-5 Hz for DR=2%

Frequency range

1–35 Hz

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Time history signal

Verteq II

The AIR unit operates reliably during random vibration as specified by test method IEC 60 068-2-64 Fh method 1. Random vibration, normal operation

0.3 m2/s3 on x,y-axes 0.2 m2/s3 on z-axis

The AIR unit operates reliably during shock as specified by test method IEC 60 068-2-27 Ea.

3.6.3

Peak acceleration

40 m/s2

Duration

22 ms

Materials All Ericsson products fulfill the legal, market, and Ericsson requirements regarding the following:

3.7



Material declaration



Materials' fire resistance, components, wires, and cables



Recycling



Restricted and banned material use

Power Supply Characteristics This section describes the power supply requirements, power consumption, and fuse and circuit breaker recommendations for the AIR unit.

3.7.1

DC Power Supply Characteristics The power supply voltage for the AIR unit is −48 V DC. The following is a list of the power supply requirements: Nominal Voltage

−48 V DC

Operating Voltage Range

−38.0 through −58.5 V DC

Non-destructive Range

0 through −60 V DC

The AIR unit is designed for 3-wire power connections. For 2-wire power solutions, a DC power adapter is used.

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Fuse and Circuit Breaker Recommendations The recommended fuse rating is 20 A for single band active, and 2 x 20 A for dual band active. The maximum cross-sectional area of the power cable conductors supported by the power cable connector is 10 mm2. The recommendations given in this section are based on peak power consumption, and they give no information on power consumption during normal operation. The recommended melting fuse type is am-gL-gG, according to IEC 60269-1. Circuit breakers must comply with at least Curve 3 tripping characteristics, according to IEC 609 34. The AIR unit has a built-in Class 1 (Type 1) Surge Protection Device (SPD) to protect the equipment in case of lightning and network transients. The recommended fuse or circuit breaker rating is therefore dimensioned to not trip the fuse or circuit breaker in case of most SPD operation.

3.7.2

Power Consumption Table 12 lists the power consumption for the AIR unit. Table 12

AIR Unit Power Consumption

AIR Unit Type AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AP

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Power Consumption 700 W 780 W 780 W 750 W + 750 W 760 W 750 W + 750 W 750 W + 750 W 750 W

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AIR Unit Type (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit) AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

3.8

Power Consumption

780 W 760 W 760 W

System Characteristics This section describes the system characteristics of the RBS.

3.8.1

RF Electromagnetic Exposure for RBS 6000 For general information on RF Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) for AIR units connected to an RBS from the 6000 family, refer to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields. Information about radio access-specific compliance boundaries for electromagnetic exposure, refer to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Exposure.

3.8.2

Software For information on software dependencies, refer to Compatibilities for Hardware and Software.

3.8.3

Radio Configurations For information about available radio configurations, refer to RBS Configurations.

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4

Hardware Architecture This section describes the AIR unit hardware structure regardless of configuration or frequency. For a description of the currently available radio configurations, refer to RBS Configurations.

4.1

AIR Unit Parts The visible parts of the AIR unit are shown in Figure 7 and listed in Table 13.

B

B C

C D

D

A

I E

F

F

H

H

G Ge5860D

Figure 7 Table 13

AIR Unit Parts AIR Unit Parts

Position

Component

A

Radome

B

Upper lifting eye

C

Upper mounting bracket

D

Grids for cooling, air inlet, and outlet

E

Fan tray access panel

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4.2

Position

Component

F

Lower mounting bracket

G

Connection interfaces and optical indicators

H

Lower lifting eye

I

Solar Shield

Fan Module The fan tray controls the fan speed based on the ambient temperature and the temperature of the active radio unit, and consists of four fans.

4.3

Solar Shield The surface layer of the AIR unit is designed as a solar shield protecting the AIR unit from solar radiation. The solar shield is also part of the cooling design.

4.4

AIR Unit Components This section describes the AIR unit components. An AIR unit is an RU integrated with an antenna. The antenna in the AIR unit is a dual-polarized antenna that supports both the active and passive parts of the AIR unit. Both the passive band RET, and the active band RET can be controlled by the passive antenna ports and active radio through the CPRI port. For information about RET for LTE, refer to RET Support. For information about RET for WCDMA, refer to RETU Configuration Overview. For information about RET for GSM, refer to AISG RET Support. For information about antenna system equipment for LTE, refer to Antenna System Equipment or Manage Hardware Equipment. For information about antenna system equipment for WCDMA, refer to Antenna System Equipment.

4.4.1

Configuration of RET Control The function description of all AIR unit types are described in Table 14.

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Table 14

RET Cascading Function Description

AIR Unit Type

Function Description

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit)

There are two RETs. Band 4 (active) has one RET. Band 2 (passive) has one RET. Both RETs are controllable from the 4-AISG IN (RFconnector) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are four logical RETs. Band 7 (active) has one logical RET. One HBP (B1) has one logical RET. The other HBP (B2) has one logical RET. LBP (R1) has one logical RET. All logical RETs are controllable from B1-AISG IN, B2 AISG IN, R1-AISG IN (RF-connectors) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit) AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit)

There are two RETs. Band 2 has one RET. Band 66A has one RET. Both RETs are controllable via Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2 on both radios.

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are four logical RETs. Band 66A (active) has one logical RET. B7P (Y1) has one logical RET. Another B7 (Y1) has one logical RET. LBP (R1) has one logical RET. All logical RETs are controllable from Y1-AISG IN, Y2 AISG IN, R1-AISG IN (RF-connectors) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are three logical RETs. Band 7 (active) has one logical RET. Band 3 (active) has one logical RET. LBP (R1) has one logical RET. All logical RETs are controllable from R1-AISG IN (RF-connector) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2) on both radios.

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are three logical RETs. Band 7 (active) has one logical RET. Band 66A (active) has one logical RET. LBP (R1) has one logical RET. All logical RETs are controllable from R1-AISG IN (RF-connector) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2) on both radios.

AIR 32 B2A B66AP (1.4 m unit)

There are two RETs. Band 2 (active) has one RET. Band 66A (passive) has one RET. Both RETs are controllable from the AISG IN (RF-connector) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit)

There are two RETs. Band 66A (active) has one RET. Band 2 (passive) has one RET. Both RETs are controllable from the AISG IN (RF-connector) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are four logical RETs. 1) Band 3 active. 2) Left column for band 7 passive. 3) Right column for band 7 passive. 4) Low band passive. All logical RETs are controllable from AISG-IN (RF-connectors) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

There are five physical RETs. Functionally they are four logical RETs. 1) Band 2 active. 2) Left column for band 7 passive. 3) Right column for band 7 passive. 4) Low band passive. All logical RETs are controllable from AISG-IN (RF-connectors) and CPRI (Optical cable 1 and Optical cable 2).

The color coding is based on AISG Specification: Antenna Port Color Coding, and is listed in Table 15. Table 15

Color Coding

Band Range

Color Code

Assigned Abbreviation

300–1000 MHz

Red

R

1001–1700 MHz

Green

G

1701–2300 MHz

Blue

B

2301–4000 MHz

Yellow

Y

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The unique ID is placed at the end of the serial number for the RET. At configuration of RETs in configuration tool (EM,...) the unique ID is described in Table 16. Table 16

RET Configuration

Product Name

Frequency Band

Correspon ding Unique ID

Frequency Band

Correspon ding Unique ID

Frequency Band

Correspon ding Unique ID

Frequency Band

Correspon ding Unique ID

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m unit)

B4

...-A1

B2

...-P1

AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7

...-Y1

Left(1) HB

...-B1

Right(2) HB

...-B2

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7A

...-Y1

Left(1) HB

...-B1

Right(2) HB

...-B2

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m unit)

B2

...-B1

B66A

...-B2

AIR 32 B66AA B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

B66A

...-B1

Left(1) B7

...-Y1

Right(2) B7

...-Y1

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7

...-Y1

B3

...-B1

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m unit)

B7

...-Y1

B66A

...-B1

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B2A B66AP (1.4 m unit)

B2

...-B1

B66A

...-B2

AIR 32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m unit)

B66A

...-B2

B2

...-B1

AIR 32 B3A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

B3

...-B1

Left(1) B7

...-Y1

Right(2) B7

...-Y2

LB

...-R1

AIR 32 B2A B7P LBP (2.0 m unit)

B2

...-B1

Left(1) B7

...-Y1

Right(2) B7

...-Y2

LB

...-R1

(1) 'Left' refers to the left antenna column when the antenna is seen from the radome side. (2) 'Right' refers to the right antenna column when the antenna is seen from the radome side.

4.5

Optical Indicators The AIR unit is equipped with optical indicators that show the system status. The locations of the optical indicators are shown in Figure 7, Figure 9 and Figure 8.

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Table 17 describes how to interpret the optical indicators on the AIR unit. For detailed information about the optical indicators, refer to Indicators, Buttons, and Switches. Note: Table 17 Marking

The AIR unit has no maintenance button.

AIR Unit Optical Indicators Indicator

Color

Mode

Interpretation

Fault

Red

Off

No fault detected in unit

On

Fault detected in unit

Off

No power

On

Operational

Flashing Slowly (0.5 Hz)

Missing dependent resource

Flickering (16 Hz)

Transitory activity

Operational

Green

Double Loading in progress flashing Off No ongoing traffic Double Loading in progress flashing On Traffic is ongoing Maintenance

Blue

Off

No ongoing maintenance activity Traffic is ongoing

On

Maintenance mode All traffic and alarms are suppressed

Flashing Slowly (0.5 Hz) Fan (1)

Yellow

Maintenance mode is initiated When traffic and alarms are removed, the indicator switches to On

Off

No fan group fault

On

Minor or major fault

Flashing Slowly

Disconnected

(1) For dual active the Fan Fault alarm will be shown on both optical indicators.

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5

Connection Interfaces This section contains information about the AIR unit connection interfaces. The AIR unit connection interfaces are shown in Figure 8, Figure 9, Figure 10, Figure 11, Figure 12, and Figure 13, and are listed in Table 18, Table 19, Table 20, Table 21, Table 22, and Table 23.

A B C D

+ – +

E

– 1 2

I

3 4 - AIS G IN

H G

F Ge6384C

Figure 8 AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Table 18

AIR 32 B4A B2P (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators

Position

Description

A

Grounding point

B

Optical cable 1 (1)

1

LC

C

Optical cable 2 (1)

2

LC

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Marking

Connector Types

Cable Types

M8 bolt

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

D

-48 V DC power supply 1

POWER

Screw terminal connector

E

Optical indicators (1)

,

,

Cable Types

-

,

F

RF connector (2), -45°

4–AISG IN

7/16 connector

G

RF connector (2), +45°

3

7/16 connector

H

RF connector (3), -45°

2

7/16 connector

I

RF connector (3), +45°

1

7/16 connector

(1) AIR unit active part interface (2) AIR unit passive antenna, right antenna column seen from antenna emitting side. (3) AIR unit passive antenna, left antenna column seen from antenna emitting side.

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A B C D

+

– +



E

+ –

K

1 2 3

J

4 - AIS

G IN

I H

F

G

Ge6384D

Figure 9 AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP and AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Table 19 AIR 32 B7A HBP LBP and AIR 32 B7AA HBP LBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Position

Description

A

Grounding point

B

Optical cable 1 (1)

1

LC

C

Optical cable 2(1)

2

LC

D

-48 V DC power supply 1

E

Optical indicators (1)

28

Marking

Connector Types

Cable Types

M8 bolt

POWER

Screw terminal connector

,

,

-

,

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

F

RF connector(2), -45°

B1-AISG IN

7/16 connector

G

RF connector (2), +45°

B1

7/16 connector

H

RF connector (3), -45°

R1-AISG IN

7/16 connector

I

RF connector (3), +45°

R1

7/16 connector

J

RF connector, -45°

B2-AISG IN

7/16 connector

K

RF connector, +45°

B2

7/16 connector

Cable Types

(1) AIR unit active part interface (2) AIR unit passive antenna, right antenna column seen from antenna emitting side. (3) AIR unit passive antenna, left antenna column seen from antenna emitting side.

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E

D C

F G H

B

A I

Ge10745A

Figure 10 AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Table 20

AIR 32 B2A B66AA (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators

Position

Description

A

Optical indicators B2

Marking

,

Cable Types

-

-

,

B

-48 V DC power supply 1 B2

C

Optical cable 1 B2

1

LC

D

Optical cable 2 B2

2

LC

E

Grounding point

30

POWER

,

Connector Types

Screw terminal connector

M8 bolt

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

F

Optical cable 1 B66A

1

LC

G

Optical cable 2 B66A

2

LC

H

-48 V DC power supply 1 B66A

I

Optical indicators B66A

POWER

Cable Types

Screw terminal connector

,

,

-

,

I

A

H

B C

G

D F

E

K J Ge9515A

Figure 11 AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP and AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators

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Table 21 AIR 32 B7A B3A LBP and AIR 32 B7A B66AA LBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Position

Description

A

Grounding point

B

Optical cable 1(1)

1

LC

C

Optical cable 2(1)

2

LC

D

-48 V DC power supply 1

E

Optical indicators(1)

F

Marking

Connector Types M8 bolt

POWER

Optical indicators(1)

Screw terminal connector

,

,

,

,

,

,

POWER

-

-

-

-

G

-48 V DC power supply 1

H

Optical cable 4(1)

2

LC

I

Optical cable 3(1)

1

LC

32

Cable Types

Screw terminal connector

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

Cable Types

J

RF connector(2), -45°

R1-AISG IN

7/16 connector

K

RF connector(2), +45°

R1

7/16 connector

(1) AIR unit active part interface (2) AIR unit passive antenna, left antenna column seen from antenna emitting side.

D

E

C

F G

B

H

A

I

Ge11264A

Figure 12 AIR32 B2A B66AP and AIR32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Table 22 AIR32 B2A B66AP and AIR32 B66AA B2P (1.4 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

A

RF connector(1), +45°

1

7/16 connector

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

B

RF connector(1), -45°

2

7/16 connector

C

RF connector(2), +45°

3

7/16 connector

D

RF connector(2), -45°

4–AISG IN

7/16 connector

E

Grounding point

F

Optical cable 1 (3)

1

LC

G

Optical cable 2(3)

2

LC

H

-48 V DC power supply 1

I

Optical indicators (3)

Cable Types

M8 bolt

POWER

Screw terminal connector

,

,

-

,

(1) AIR unit passive antenna, left antenna column seen from antenna emitting side. (2) AIR unit passive antenna, right antenna column seen from antenna emitting side. (3) AIR unit active part interface

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E

D C B A +

– +

– + –

K

1 2 3

J

4 - AIS

G IN

I H G

F Ge11266A

Figure 13 AIR32 B2A B7P HBP, AIR32 B3A B7P HBP AIR32 and B66AA B7P HBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Table 23 AIR32 B2A B7P HBP, AIR32 B3A B7P HBP AIR32 and B66AA B7P HBP (2.0 m) Unit Connection Interfaces and Optical Indicators Position

Description

A

Optical indicators(1)

Marking

, POWER

,

Connector Types

Cable Types

-

-

,

B

-48 V DC power supply 1

C

Optical cable 1(1)

1

LC

D

Optical cable 2(1)

2

LC

E

Grounding point

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Position

Description

Marking

Connector Types

F

RF connector(2), -45°

Y1-AISG IN

7/16 connector

G

RF connector(2), +45°

Y1

7/16 connector

H

RF connector(3), -45°

R1-AISG IN

7/16 connector

I

RF connector(3), +45°

R1

7/16 connector

J

RF connector, -45°

Y2-AISG IN

7/16 connector

K

RF connector, +45°

Y2

7/16 connector

Cable Types

(1) AIR unit active part interface (2) AIR unit passive antenna, right antenna column seen from antenna emitting side. (3) AIR unit passive antenna, left antenna column seen from antenna emitting side.

The optical indicators are shown in Figure 14. The optical indicator panel can be hidden behind a sliding cover.

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Ge5874A

Figure 14

5.1

Optical Indicators

Position A, Grounding Interface The AIR unit must be grounded to protect it from overvoltage and lightning strikes. The grounding interface on the AIR unit accepts a metal loop on a short, coated cable. The loop is then bolted into place with an M8 nut and washers as shown in Figure 15 (2.0 m unit) and Figure 16 (1.4 m unit).

+

– +

– + –

1 2 3

4 - AIS

G IN

Ge6385F

Figure 15

AIR 32 (2.0 m) Grounding Interface

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Ge6385E

Figure 16

5.2

AIR 32 (1.4 m) Grounding Interface

Position B and C, Interface for Optical Cables to Main Unit Optical cables carry traffic and timing signals between the AIR unit active antenna part and the RBS main unit. A Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) module is integrated in the AIR unit to connect the optical cable. The single mode SFP is built in and is not replaceable.The SFP module in the unit connected to the AIR unit, must be compatible with the integrated SFP module. For compatible SFP modules for different units as well as compatibility between SFP modules, refer to SFP Module Selector Guide. The second optical cable is optional, and is used in some radio configurations. For detailed information on available radio configurations, refer to RBS Configurations.

5.3

Position D, −48 V DC Power Supply Interface The -48 V DC power connection is made through a connector and can be either a 2-wire or a 3-wire connection. A DC power adapter shall be used with a 2-wire power supply. The connector accepts cables with various crosssectional areas depending on the cable length and the AIR unit consumption. The values can be found in Figure 17, and are calculated using the following formulas:

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R=2*(0,02/A) R = cable resistance per meter A = cable area (mm2) L=4V/(R*i) L = the maximum permitted distribution length R = calculated cable resistance V = volt i = current that the AIR active part radio unit uses at 38 V DC

Figure 17 Maximum Cable Lengths and Air Active Part Radio Unit Power Consumption ([email protected]) The power cable conductor has a wire for both the 0 V conductor and a wire for the -48 V DC conductor. The colors of the wires are market-dependent. All cables must be shielded. The shielding must be properly connected both to the power connector and to the grounding in the power supply equipment; otherwise, the AIR unit over voltage and lightning protection does not function properly.

5.4

Position E, Optical Indicators Optical indicators provided locally on the AIR unit show the status of the AIR unit. For more information on optical indicators, refer to Indicators, Buttons, and Switches or see Optical Indicators on page 24.

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5.5

Position F, G, H, and I, J and K Interfaces for RF Cables (Optional) The use of the passive antenna is optional. Table 24 lists the AIR Unit Antenna Connection Interface Characteristics. Table 24

AIR Unit Antenna Connection Interface Characteristics

Connector Type

RF Cable Type

Cable Connector Type

7/16 IEC-169-4 insert- 50 Ω 1/2-inch coaxial type

40

7/16 insert-type on both ends

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Standards and Regulations This section presents a brief overview of standards, regulatory product approval, and declaration of conformity. Declaration of Conformity "Hereby, Ericsson AB, declares that this RBS is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC and 2011/65/EU."

6.1

Regulatory Approval The RBS complies with the following market requirements: •

European Community (EC) market requirements, R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC

0168

Alert Mark (Class 2 equipment). Restrictions to use the apparatus may apply in some countries or geographic areas. Individual license to use the specific radio equipment may be required. The apparatus may include Radio Transceivers with support for frequency bands not allowed or not harmonized within the EC.

6.1.1



Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Directive (2011/65/EU)



North American market requirements



Products containing Radio Equipment outside North America and in countries not recognizing the CE-mark may be labeled according to national requirements or standards.

Environmental Standards Compliance The RBS complies with the following environmental standard: Europe •

EN 50 581 (RoHS)

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6.1.2

Safety Standards Compliance In accordance with market requirements, the RBS complies with the following product safety standards and directives: International •

IEC 60 950-1 Ed2 with amendment A1

Europe •

EN 50 385



EN 60 950-1 Ed2 with amendment A1

North America

6.1.2.1



CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1-07 with amendment A1



FCC CFR 47 Part 1.1310



Health Canada Safety Code 6



UL 60950-1

Outdoor Specific Requirements The RBS complies with the following outdoor specific requirements: International •

IEC 60 529 (IP55)



IEC 60 950-22

Europe •

EN 60 529 (IP55)



EN 60 950-22

North America

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CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-22-07



UL 50E (Type 3 Enclosure)

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6.1.3

UL 60950-22

EMC Standards Compliance The RBS complies with the following Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards: International •

3GPP TS25.113



3GPP TS36.113



3GPP TS37.113

Europe •

ETSI EN 301 489-1



ETSI EN 301 489-8



ETSI EN 301 489-23



ETSI EN 301 489-50

North America •

FCC CFR 47 Part 15 B



IC ICES-003 B

Australia •

6.1.4

ACMA

Radio Standards Compliance The RBS complies with the following radio standards: International •

3GPP TS25.141



3GPP TS36.141



3GPP TS37.141

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3GPP TS51.021

Europe •

ETSI EN 301 502



ETSI EN 301 908-1



ETSI EN 301 908-3



ETSI EN 301 908-14



ETSI EN 301 908-18

North America •

FCC CFR 47 Part 2 (USA)



FCC CFR 47 Part 22, 24, 27, and 90 (USA frequency dependent)



IC RSS-132, 133, 139, and 199 (Canada frequency dependent)



IC RSS-Gen (Canada)

Australia •

6.1.5

ACMA

Marking To show compliance with legal requirements, the product is marked with the following labels: Europe •

CE mark

North America

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usETL/cETL



FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Statement



IC ICES-003 Statement



FCC ID (located on AIR)

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6.1.6

IC ID (located on AIR)

Regulatory Remark With a specified fixed-gain antenna operating in specific Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) configurations, AIR 32 Band 4 supports certain configurations of carrier, power and bandwidth that may exceed FCC and IC limits, with respect to Effective Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP). Compliance with FCC/IC EIRP limits is addressed by the licensee and is based on the geographic area, operational bandwidth, and mode of the operation, in combination with antenna and propagation gains. Licensees are required to consider all necessary operational parameters to maintain compliance with FCC/IC EIRP limits and rules.

6.2

Other Standards and Regulations The standards and regulations in this section are not regulatory approved.

6.2.1

Spare Parts This AIR unit complies with the Ericsson Serviceability and Spare Parts Strategy.

6.2.2

Surface Quality The surface quality of the AIR units is according to Ericsson standard class A3.

6.2.3

Vandal Resistance Unauthorized access is not possible without damaging the unit.

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