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  • #42573 Reply
    Jadee
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    Patrick – Feb 8,2007

    Thanks again for accomodating my questions.

    If no RRI for Ultrasite, how will i upgrade the Metrosite to the ultrasite?

    Metrosite is the existing BTS on site w/c has indoor coverage only. But now they want to upgrade it to Ultrasite so they could make sec1 for indoor, sec2&3 for outdoor?

    How will i connect the transmission for the existing to the Ultrasite.

    Many thanks. Hope my question aren’t annoying.. 🙂

    #42574 Reply
    patrick
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    Jadee – 9 Feb 2007

    1st solution:
    Change all.
    The difference between Metro and ultra is physical and capacity, Bigger and wider and more TRX.

    Technology is the same. You can do 444 with ultrasite and 200 with metro.

    If no RRI, use FXC E1/T1 card. You have 4 PCM in/out.

    2nd solution:
    If you don’t destroy Metro then it will be co-localization.
    One PCM for Metro
    One PCM for Ultra
    You must declare hand-over between 2 BTS even if they were different.
    Ultra will be a new site with sector 1, 2 or 3.
    Metro stay here with only 1 sector.

    Transmission possibility:
    You can use 1 PCM for 2 BTS.
    Divised your PCM there 2.
    On your ET:
    TS 1-6 for 1st BTS
    TS 1-12 for 2nd BTS
    On your BTS (traffic manager)
    get back TS for the 1st
    get back TS for the 2nd

    #42575 Reply
    nishant
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    hello sir,
    please give me details about E1 bypassing,what is E1?

    #42576 Reply
    Jadee
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    Patrick – Feb 9,2007

    Hi Patrick,
    Thanks so much for answering my question.

    I will give ur suggestion a try. As of now i dont hv much questions yet regarding Nokia BTS.

    Although i have to make it a sure go because i can only have a downtime of 1hr.

    Haha.. this is such a bloody job for me..

    #42577 Reply
    GEET MUKHRA
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    Hi,Can any one tell me Q1 pin configurations b/w ULTRA BTS and FIU(TQ and RJ 45 Connectors)??

    #42578 Reply
    patrick
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    GEET MUKHRA – 12 Feb 2007

    Q1
    FIU is TQ connector
    BTS ULTRA connector is DB9 (PIN 1.5.9.6)

    You must cross Tx and RX.

    #42579 Reply
    Geet Mukhra
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    Patrick
    Tell me bout RJ45 and D9…. pin configuration????

    #42580 Reply
    Goutam Patra
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    Can u give me full concept about how E1 is created and the uses of different ports of FIU-19E in NOKIA system?

    #42581 Reply
    Goutam Patra
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    Can u please explain me about the different cards used in NOKIA ultraside BTS

    #42582 Reply
    patrick
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    Geet Mukhra – 12 Feb 2007

    Where do you use RJ45????

    DB9 On ULTRASITE, it is Q1.
    together
    1-6 tx or rx

    together
    5-9 tx or rx

    DB9 is above in side connector alarm ext (1-24) and Q1_sss (for nuss energy)

    #42583 Reply
    Geet Mukhra
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    Hi patrick,,
    when u use Q1 managment for FIU19 E,then u have a RJ45 port for Q1 at FIU and DB 9 Pin port at Ultra site BTS.For that i need pin configuration for Q1 cable.
    Regards
    Geet mukhra

    #42584 Reply
    A . Naajthina
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    shall i know about nokia bb2f and boia .and unit test
    what is the function

    #42585 Reply
    samsul Hoque
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    what is the actual receive level in microwave transmission in GSM

    #42586 Reply
    dewantara
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    hi sir,

    could you show me block diagram cross connection for RRI and for E1/T1?
    also the concept transmission of nokia…

    thanks

    #42587 Reply
    patrick
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    Geet Mukhra – 15 Feb 2007

    i have an another type of FIU because i don’t have RJ45.

    On TQ or DB9, it is the same pin of PCM 2Mbit.

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