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1 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning In This Chapter: Commissioning Overview, page 78 Alarms, page 80 Receiver Sensitivity Test, page 81 Transmit Power Tests, page 87 Network Connection and Ping Test, page 91 Remote Unit Test, page 92 BeamPlex Element Management System, page Pre-Production 77

2 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Commissioning Overview BRN-5000 Base Station Commissioning Overview The following list summarizes the base station installation process. The topics covered in this chapter are shown in bold print. Install antennas Route external cables Install cabinet (main and extension as required) Connect wiring between cabinets (if extension cabinet is used) Connect all external cabling Connect 48 VDC power Install fuses Install modules Perform configuration tasks Commission the system with functional tests The previous chapter ended with setting initial configuration parameters in a functioning base station. You are now ready to begin commissioning the base station with various test routines to confirm that it is ready for service. Note: This procedure accomplishes connecting the base station to the network and a remote unit to the base station. Then it tests the connectivity between the remote unit and the Internet. Accordingly, you must have all switches, gateways, servers, and any other network devices configured and ready to communicate with the base station. 78 Pre-Production

3 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Commissioning Overview The following list summarizes the tests used in this commissioning procedure: Check for alarms Test receiver sensitivity Test transmit power Connect to network and ping addresses Install a remote unit and test through-put from web site BMS discovers base station and remote unit You should have a copy of the following BeamReach Networks manuals when performing these tasks: Base Station CLI Terminal User Reference manual (document number ) BRU-100 and BRU-150 Installation and Maintenance Service Utilities (document number ) Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tasks described in the chapter: Portable (laptop) PC with Telnet client, Ethernet card, PPPoE client, and CD drive. (A Telnet client that can log the display to a text file is recommended.) Ethernet cable with RJ-45 males connectors on each end A 30dB, 50-watt attenuator with N-type male connector for each antenna connector used by this base station s antenna configuration. Power meter with cables, and male adapters for N-type connectors and female adapters for SMA connectors. BeamReach Networks Service Utilities software Either a BRU-100 or a BRU-150 Remote Unit (recommended) 48 VDC portable power supply (if RU is not located near a standard power source) BeamReach Networks BRU-100 and BRU-150 Installation and Maintenance Service Utilities manual, and Base Station CLI Terminal manual Pre-Production 79

4 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Alarms BRN-5000 Base Station Alarms Note: If you are commencing this chapter directly after completing the configuration task in the previous chapter and the BCT is still monitoring alarms, you can skip this section and proceed to the Receiver Sensitivity Test on the next page. Use the BCT (base CLI terminal) to check for the presence of alarms generated by the base station. Any functional discrepancy indicated by an active alarm must be resolved before proceeding. Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tests in this section: Portable PC with Ethernet card Ethernet cable with RJ-45 males connectors on each end Test Procedure Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Connect the PC to the primary NPC module (master LED illuminated) and login as described in the section Connect to the NPC Module on page 65. Check for active alarms: [field]cli>show alarms active This command displays currently existing alarms. If any problems are indicated, they must be corrected before proceeding. Set the BCT to monitor new alarms: [field]cli>show alarms log This commands monitors the system for new alarms and displays them as they occur. Leave this window open during all the tests. 80 Pre-Production

5 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test Receiver Sensitivity Test This procedure uses the built-in transmit/receive compensation routine of the base station to test the base station s receiver sensitivity. This compensation routine tests and aligns various components in the base station s receiver path. A worksheet for this test is provided in Appendix A. Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tests described in this section: Portable (laptop) PC with Telnet client and an Ethernet card. (A Telnet client that can log the display to a text file is recommended.) Ethernet cable with RJ-45 male connectors on both ends. Test Procedure You will repeat this test for each configuration listed in Table 7-1. See the table notes for test variations to accommodate different configurations. You will use the BCT to issue commands and view status during this procedure. You may find it helpful to open multiple BCT windows. For example, use one window to view the show card-state display, one window to issue commands, and one window to monitor alarms. At any time during this test, use the BCT show card-state command to determine which modules are active and which are in standby. See Figure 7-1 on page 86 for module locations and slot numbers. Note: The base station must have been operating for at least five minutes prior to initiating this test to allow the transmit/receive compensation to stabilize Pre-Production 81

6 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test BRN-5000 Base Station Table 7-1 Test Configurations Cfg. 1 (default) NPC LO XCVR/MTM pair to switchover 2 1 (default) 2 none (default) Pair 1 Pair 2 Pair 3 Pair Notes: = Make these modules active = Switch this module pair to the redundant pair 1. A base station s default operating configuration is that shown for Cfg The none column means the primary XCVR/MTM pairs are active and the redundant pair is in standby. The redundant pair is XCVR 5 and MTM If this base station does not have all the XCVR/MTM pairs indicated in the table, use any existing pairs for Cfg 4 & 5 tests. 4. If the base station is not configured for redundant operation, use only the Cfg 1 test. 5. When you switch the NPC to the redundant module for Cfg 5, 6 and 7, remember to connect the Ethernet cable to the redundant NPC, which now has its master LED illuminated. Step 1 Step 2 Open a new BCT window to issue commands and another window to view the show card-state display, as desired. Set the base station to the applicable test configuration, starting with Cfg 1, shown in Table 7-1. Cfg 1 is the default configuration so no changes should be necessary. For all other configurations, see Switchover Commands on page 84 for the specific BCT commands for each configuration. You must return the XCVR/MTM pairs to default after each reading. Note: When you switch to the redundant NPC for Cfg 5, 6 and 7, you must connect the PC s Ethernet cable to the redundant NPC, which now has its master LED illuminated. 82 Pre-Production

7 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test Step 3 View and save the T/R compensation statistics. [field]cli>show comp-stats A large amount of data will display on the screen. Each antenna path has three statistics that must be within the limits shown in this table: Table 7-2 Receiver Sensitivity Statistics Measured SNR Time Drift SNR Residual Est. SNR db db db Save this display as a text file. This allows you to print a copy to keep with the worksheets used in the next tests. This data also serves as a baseline to which you can compare future reading to detect changes in performance. Step 4 Step 5 Return to Step 2 and repeat the sequence for all of the configurations in Table 7-1. After completing this test, ensure the base station is returned to the default configuration. Leave the attenuators in place and the BCT connected. Proceed to the transmit power tests on page Pre-Production 83

8 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test BRN-5000 Base Station Switchover Commands This section provides the exact BCT commands needed to set the base station to the various configurations required in the receiver sensitivity test. This procedure assumes the base station is configured with redundant modules. If not, perform the test only for Cfg #1. In the table below, Default indicates the factory default configuration, which does not require changing for this test. Switchover indicates modules that need to be changed with the BCT. Table 7-3 Default/Switchover Chart Cfg # NPC LO XCRVT/MTM pair 1 Default Default Default 2 Default Default Switchover 3 Default Default Switchover 4 Default Switchover Switchover 5 Switchover Switchover Switchover 6 Switchover Switchover Default 7 Switchover Default Default For the XCRVT / MTM pairs, the switchover command deactivates the module specified in the command line and activates the redundant module. To switch back, you specify the redundant module in the command line. For the NPC and LO, there is only one active and one redundant module. So the switchover command does not require specifying which module to switch. Set the BCT to maintenance mode with this command to access the switchover command: [field]cli>config maint [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)# Cfg #2 [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair1 force After taking measurements, return the qt-mtm-pair to the default configuration: [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair5 force 84 Pre-Production

9 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test Cfg #3 [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair2 force After taking measurements, return the qt-mtm-pair to the default configuration: [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair5 force Cfg #4 [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair3 force [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover gps-lo-prbt-prbd_submodule force After taking measurements, return the qt-mtm-pair to the default configuration: [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair5 force Cfg #5 [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair4 force [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover npc force After taking measurements, return the qt-mtm-pair to the default configuration: [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover qt-mtm-pair qt_mtm_pair5 force Cfg #6 No changes required. Cfg #7 [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover gps-lo-prbt-prbd_submodule force After taking measurements, return the npc to the default configuration: [field]brbase(configure-maintenance)#switchover npc force To verify that the modules are in the default configuration, use the show card-state command and look at the Redundancy column to confirm: NPC1 shows active and NPC2 shows standby XCVR1-4 shows active and XCVR5 shows standby MTM1-5 shows active and MTM5 shows standby LO1, PRBT1, GPS1 shows active and LO2, PRBT2, GPS2 shows standby Pre-Production 85

10 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Receiver Sensitivity Test BRN-5000 Base Station GPS P GPS R Local Oscillator Probe Transceiver RF Switch P R P R Auxiliary Shelf LO PRBT Digital Shelf XCVR MTM NPC R R R R Quad Transceiver Quad Multitone Modem MultiBeam Processor Network Processor / Controller BS 004 P = Slots for primary modules R = Slots for redundant modules Slots shown in white are not used Figure 7-1 Module Locations and Slot Numbers 86 Pre-Production

11 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Transmit Power Tests Transmit Power Tests This procedure uses a power meter to measure transmission power output from each antenna port and from each cavity filter. There is a power module/cavity filter pair for each installed antenna. There are worksheets in Appendix A for recording measurements. Note: You must know how many subband pairs are operational in this base station to perform these tests. In the current system release there are only two configurations of subband pairs: three pairs for the WCS frequency band or eight pairs for the MMDS frequency band. If you do not know how your base station is configured, use the BCT command show airlink-config and look at the Number of Operating Subbands line. These procedures assumes the BCT is still connected from the last test. If it is not, see the section Connect to the NPC Module on page 65. The attenuators on the cable ports should also still be in place. Note: The base station must have been operating for at least five minutes prior to initiating this test to allow the transmit/receive compensation to stabilize. Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tests described in this section: Portable (laptop) PC with a Telnet client, Ethernet card, and CD drive. Ethernet cable with RJ-45 male connectors on both ends. A 30dB, 50-watt attenuator with N-type male connector for each antenna connector used by this base station s antenna configuration. Power meter with cables, and male adapters for N-type connectors and female adapters for SMA connectors Pre-Production 87

12 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Transmit Power Tests BRN-5000 Base Station Test Procedure Antenna Ports Use the Power Measurements Worksheet Antenna on page 98 to record the power measurements. Calibrate the power meter before taking measurements. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Disconnect all antenna cables from the top of the Base Station. If the cables are not labeled with the antenna port number, do so before removing them. See Figure 7-2 below for reference. Connect a 30dB, 50-Watt, N-Type attenuator to each antenna port at the top of the Base Station. Set the base station to test configuration #1 as shown in Table 7-1 on page 82. The preceding receiver sensitivity test left the base station in test configuration #1. You can verify this with the BCT show card-state command, as described on page 85. If the base station is not in default configuration, review the BCT commands in the section Switchover Commands on page 84 and switch modules as necessary. Verify the receiver sensitivity readings with the BCT. [field]cli>show comp-stats All readings must be greater than or equal to db, as shown in Table 7-2 on page 83. Take power readings at each 30dB attenuator connected to the base station antenna ports. Record your results in column B in of the worksheet. In column C of the worksheet, perform the calculation of adding 30dB to each of the measurements in column B. This results in a corrected power reading that compensates for the attenuation of the test configuration. Confirm that the measurements in column C comply with the specification in the following table, which is also shown on the worksheet. Table 7-4 Expected Power (Corrected) Antenna 1 SBP 2 SBP 3 SBP 4 SBP 5 SBP 6 SBP 7 SBP 8 SBP ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB Step 8 Do not remove the attenuators from the antenna ports. Continue to the next test. 88 Pre-Production

13 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Transmit Power Tests +48 RTN -48 VDC A MAIN +48 RTN -48 VDC B MAIN ANT 6 ANT 8 ANT 5 ANT 7 ANT 2 ANT 4 ANT 1 ANT 3 BS 010b Figure 7-2 Antenna Connectors Pre-Production 89

14 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Transmit Power Tests BRN-5000 Base Station Test Procedure Cavity Filters Use the Power Measurements Worksheet Cavity Filter on page 99 to record the power measurements. Calibrate the power meter before taking measurements. See Figure 5-1 on page 47, Figure 5-7 on page 59, and Figure 5-8 on page 60 for diagrams of the cavity filter modules. Step 1 Disable the transmit/receive compensation with the BCT. [field]cli>disable-compensation Step 2 Step 3 Read and record the power measurements from the cavity filters. a. Disconnect the cable from the J4 connector on the probe distribution module for antenna 1 and connect the power meter to the cable, which is connected to J4 on the cavity filter. b. Take the power measurement from the cavity filter with the power meter. Record the measurements on the worksheet. c. Reconnect the cable then proceed to the next cavity filter and repeat this procedure. Confirm that the recorded measurements comply with the specifications in Table 7-5 for the number of operating subband pairs in this base station. Table 7-5 Expected Power 1 SBP 2 SBP 3 SBP 4 SBP 5 SBP 6 SBP 7 SBP 8 SBP 15.8 ± 1dB 12.8 ± 1dB 11.0 ± 1dB 9.8 ± 1dB 8.8 ± 1dB 8.0 ± 1dB 7.3 ± 1dB 6.8 ± 1dB Step 4 Enable the transmit/receive compensation with the BCT after all measurements have been recorded. [field]cli>enable-compensation Step 5 Step 6 Remove all attenuators from the antenna ports at the top of the base station. Reconnect the antenna cables being careful to follow the labeling to connect the cables to the correct ports. Check for any active alarms with the BCT. [field]cli>show alarms active 90 Pre-Production

15 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Network Connection and Ping Test Network Connection and Ping Test Perform this test to verify connection with other nodes over the network. Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tests in this section: Portable PC with Ethernet card Ethernet cable with RJ-45 males connectors on each end Test Procedure Step 1 Step 2 Connect the network cables to the I/O panel on the top of the base station. See the section Connecting to the Main Cabinet on page 35 for reference. Use the BCT to perform a ping test to all IP addresses configured into the base station by the steps in Chapter 6. This includes the SNMP host IP, which is the address for the BeamPlex Element Management System (BMS). You should have these addresses recorded on the configuration worksheet in Appendix A. Example: [field]cli>ping is alive Configuration File Backup As described on page 75, now that you have connection to a TFTP server, you should make a backup copy of the configuration file: [field]cli>copy running-config file {<file>} [<server ip>] Provide a <file.bin> name and be sure to add the.bin extension. Choose a name that identifies the file for future reference. If the <server ip> is not specified, the default server you set in Step 14 of Chapter 6 is used Pre-Production 91

16 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Remote Unit Test BRN-5000 Base Station Remote Unit Test Perform this test to verify connectivity from a remote unit to the Internet. Installation of a remote unit is required. BeamReach Networks recommends installing the remote unit at least 1/2 kilometer from the base station antennas. However, this figure is a general reference as you may be able to obtain a good signal at a closer distance. Check the signal strength at Step 4 of the procedure. This procedure utilizes a commercial web site to measure the throughput rate of the system. Equipment and Materials The following equipment and materials are needed to perform the tests in this section: Portable PC with Ethernet card and PPPoE client Ethernet cable with RJ-45 males connectors on each end BeamReach Networks Service Utilities software Either a BRU-100 or a BRU-150 Remote Unit (recommended) 48 VDC portable power supply (if RU is not located near a standard power source) BeamReach Networks BRU-100 and BRU-150 Installation and Maintenance Service Utilities manual 92 Pre-Production

17 BRN-5000 Base Station CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning Remote Unit Test Test Procedure You will need the BRU-100 and BRU-150 Installation and Maintenance Service Utilities manual for this procedure, unless you are already familiar with remote unit installation procedures. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Prepare the PC, as described in the installation manual: Configure your PC s IP address for connection to a remote unit. Install the service utilities. Install a remote unit at least 1/2 kilometer from the base station antenna array. Either model of remote unit may be used. However the BRU-150 is the quickest to install. Follow the instructions in the installation manual. Connect the PC to the remote unit with the Ethernet cable. Perform initial connectivity check: a. Open the status monitor program in the service utilities. b. Log in to the remote unit on the BRU Signal Strength Monitor page of the status monitor. Verify an adequate signal level. c. On the BRU Diagnostics page, perform the connectivity tests to the BRU (remote unit) and the base station. Connect to web site and test throughput. Connecting to any commercial web site establishes the remote unit s ability to communicate over the network. Using one of the available sites that performs a throughput speed test of data transfer provides additional testing. Here are a few web sites that perform data speed tests: The data rate results from these sites are approximations so variations in speed may be noticed on different sites Pre-Production 93

18 CHAPTER 7 Base Station Commissioning BeamPlex Element Management System BRN-5000 Base Station BeamPlex Element Management System This test requires you to communicate with your operation center where the BeamPlex Element Management System (BMS) client is located. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Direct the operator to discover the base station with the BMS. Verify the BMS correctly identifies the base station and all of its components. Verify the base station display in the BMS lists the remote unit used for these tests. The base station is now ready for service. 94 Pre-Production

19 APPENDIX A Worksheets In This Chapter: Configuration Worksheet, page 96 Commissioning Check List, page 97 Power Measurements Worksheet Antenna, page 98 Power Measurements Worksheet Cavity Filter, page 99 This appendix contains a worksheet for you to record various configuration values, and a worksheet to record the commissioning process. Recording information on the configuration worksheet ahead of time will prove useful during the configuration tasks in Chapter 6. The source of information for most of the worksheet items is the site planning documents, which should contain installation and network configuration data. Additionally, configuration data from the specifications used to order the base station also contain pertinent information. Use the commissioning worksheet to create a record of functional testing of the base station Pre-Production 95

20 APPENDIX A Worksheets Configuration Worksheet BRN-5000 Base Station Configuration Worksheet Base Station Site Date Engineer Offset Code Base ID CONFIGURATION ITEM Operating Band (MMDS or WCS) INFORMATION SOURCE Configuration Specs VALUE BASE STATION Frequency Range (Hz) Latitude (deg.xxxxx) Longitude (deg.xxxxx) Altitude (meters) Antenna Sectors - No. of Sides Configuration Specs Configuration Specs ANTENNAS No. of Installed Antenna Elements Actual Cable Loss (db) Measure - See page 17 GPS Antenna Cable Length (ft.) Measure - See page 19 NETWORK Interface Type Base Station IP Address Base Station Subnet Mask Base Station Domain Name DNS Address SMS Gateway Address SNMP Host Address (BMS) SNMP RO Community Name SNMP RW Community Name Trap Host Addresses Trap Community Name TFTP Download Server Address TFTP Event Log Upload Address PVCs (ATM network only) Configuration Specs SMS Operator 96 Pre-Production

21 BRN-5000 Base Station APPENDIX A Worksheets Commissioning Check List Commissioning Check List Base Station Site Date Engineer Check for active alarms. Perform receiver sensitivity test. Perform antenna and cavity filter power tests. Connect base station to network and perform ping test to all IP addresses. Set up remote unit. Verify Internet connectivity and perform through-put test. Direct BMS to discover base station. Verify BMS has recorded remote unit Pre-Production 97

22 APPENDIX A Worksheets Power Measurements Worksheet Antenna BRN-5000 Base Station Power Measurements Worksheet Antenna A B C Antenna Path Measured Power (dbm) Corrected Power (dbm) 1 +30dB = 2 +30dB = 3 +30dB = 4 +30dB = 5 +30dB = 6 +30dB = 7 +30dB = 8 +30dB = 9 +30dB = dB = dB = dB = dB = dB = dB = dB = Active Subband Pairs Table A-1 Expected Power (Corrected) Antenna 1 SBP 2 SBP 3 SBP 4 SBP 5 SBP 6 SBP 7 SBP 8 SBP ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB ± 1dB 98 Pre-Production

23 BRN-5000 Base Station APPENDIX A Worksheets Power Measurements Worksheet Cavity Filter Power Measurements Worksheet Cavity Filter Antenna Path Measured Power (dbm) Active Subband Pairs Table A-2 Expected Power Cavity Filter 1 SBP 2 SBP 3 SBP 4 SBP 5 SBP 6 SBP 7 SBP 8 SBP 15.8 ± 1dB 12.8 ± 1dB 11.0 ± 1dB 9.8 ± 1dB 8.8 ± 1dB 8.0 ± 1dB 7.3 ± 1dB 6.8 ± 1dB Pre-Production 99

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