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Ericsson RBS 200, 2000 & 2206

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  • #41249 Reply
    godfrey Tshiamo
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    hi waleed,the problem about the rbs 2206 is that when power restores the radio becomes on but we have to use BSC commands to bring it into service.with other sites when power restores,they automatically restore service.

    #41250 Reply
    Ivan Boyd
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    I need to know how to make 8/8/8 configuration in rbs 2206.
    How to configure the IDB?
    Is there any tips or tricks?
    Should I add any module, cable or hardware?

    Thanks

    #41251 Reply
    rafael
    Guest

    who much this equiment cost?

    #41252 Reply
    Avinash
    Guest

    hello, Aditya.

    The maximum configuration that a 2206 rbs can have is 4+4+4.
    if you need to have 8+8+8 configuration you need to have two bts 2206 placed.

    #41253 Reply
    Avinash
    Guest

    Hi Ivan

    As I have said in order to have a 8+8+8 configuration you need to have two 2206 bts placed.

    #41254 Reply
    serv_boyd
    Guest

    This is Ivan boyd
    Yes, I know that the configuration needs 2 rbs.
    I noticed that it needs more than just another rbs. Something about ESB cable.
    Is there someone that can help me with this?

    Thank you for the reply

    #41255 Reply
    ken
    Guest

    hi,

    yeah you have to have an ESB cable for the 2nd RBS to get its synchronization from the 1st RBS.. you need to calculate heaps of delays.. feeder delays and ESB cable delays depending on the lenghts and types. then define it on your OMT to modify the IDB. and display the trasmitter chain delay. make sure the TF compensation is below 5000 ns

    #41256 Reply
    pushpraj pachori
    Guest

    hai sir,
    i want more information about ERICSSON BTS working step by step

    #41257 Reply
    ken
    Guest

    pushpraj pachori,

    hi, how do you want it? to install or commission & integrate?

    br

    #41258 Reply
    Yopi
    Guest

    Hi all,
    I must understand the process in which the Ericsson BSS sets up the Abis link. I understand it sends some training sequence and maps the timeslots:
    1. what are the details of the process?
    2. When will the BSS decide a timeslot can’t be used?
    3. Is there any way to monitor this process?

    When the Abis link is operational, what would cause it to fail except for physical problems on the E1?

    Is there a way to get delay statistics for the Abis link?

    Is there any parameter that will add to the overall delay?

    #41259 Reply
    Susanta Kumar Das
    Guest

    hi, all
    plz confirm me about the bsc command that connected to the tg to the cell in the latestest gsm 2206 series.
    help me about bsc used command.

    #41260 Reply
    vic_car
    Guest

    Hi Stuart,
    hi everybody

    pls guide me,
    my doubts are

    1)detail of all the Ericssons 200 and 2000 series rbs
    of ericsson, also nokia rbs.
    2)How to integration and comissioning with Ericssons 200&2000?
    also can I have a full informaiton notes for the above issue (like a manuals etc)
    Thanks a lot!

    #41261 Reply
    ABID HUSSAIN
    Guest

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    #41262 Reply
    Michael
    Guest

    Hi Ivan Boyd,

    you can achieve the 8/8/8 config more simply with three 2206 cabinet CDU-f to achieve minimal loss and better gain ;
    a cabinet will take care of each sector with 8trxs., the IDB will be configured for 8+4 and ties 8,9,10&11 will be deactivated for future upgrade to 12/12/12. Three E1 wil be needed

    #41263 Reply
    usman
    Guest

    HI all of them please help me out these items OF ALACATEL

    LOS
    SAR
    TSSR
    MICROWAVE
    BTS

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