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Power up of Nokia Ultrasite

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  • #41904 Reply
    Mike
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    Hi,

    Can someone please tell me how i can power up a Nokia ultra site outdoor using 230VAC?

    Thanks

    #41905 Reply
    Nica
    Guest

    Ultrasite can be powered either DC or AC. You have to use ultrasite power supply modules that is intended for AC source.

    #41906 Reply
    Arslan
    Guest

    PWSX modules for powering up the modules in BTS.These modules can be PWSA,PWSB etc.

    For powering the BTS from AC source a rectifier can be used which converts AC into -48VDC.

    #41907 Reply
    Mike
    Guest

    Thanks very much for the Info.

    Much appriciated.

    Mike

    #41908 Reply
    Arya
    Guest

    Dear,
    In my network(using BSSNokia)after swaping BSSMotorola, the coverage is reduce after swap…
    Is true power output in Nokia is smaller?
    Thnkx,

    #41909 Reply
    Mike
    Guest

    Sounds like you need a TMA. depending on what coupler you are using.

    #41910 Reply
    Garry !!
    Guest

    Arya,

    Yes, It is true that Nokia pwr_o/p is lower than Motorola pwr_o/p. But depends what band your network operates into.

    Best regards,

    Garry !!

    #41911 Reply
    Patrick
    Guest

    Ultrasite 1800:

    output power antenna connector= 44dbm.

    coupler 2 ways= 40dbm
    coupler 4 ways= 36dbm

    Sensibility without diversity 111dbm.

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