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pRRU5923

The pRRU5923 processes RF signals. It provides the following functions:

  • Modulates digital signals to a transmit frequency band, filters and amplifies these signals, and sends them to the antenna for transmission.
  • Receives RF signals from antennas, filters and amplifies these signals, down-converts the signals, converts them to digital, and sends them to the BBU/DCU for processing.
  • Transmits CPRI data over optical fibers or Ethernet cables.
  • Uses internal antennas.
  • Supports DC and PoE power supply.
  • Supports flexible configuration for multi-mode multi-band operation.
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Specifications


Equipment Specifications Mode - 1 Mode - 2 Mode - 3
Frequency Bands 700 MHz + 850 MHz + 1,800 MHz + 2,300 MHz
850 MHz + PCS + AWS + 2,600 MHz
900 MHz + 1,800 MHz + 2,100 MHz + 2,600 MHz
Frequency Range 700 MHz: UL: 703 to 738 DL: 758 to 793
850 MHz: UL: 824 to 849 DL: 869 to 894
1,800 MHz: UL: 1,710 to 1,785 DL: 1,805 to 1,880
2,300 MHz: UL: 2,300 to 2,400 DL: 2,300 to 2,400
850 MHz: UL: 824 to 849 DL: 869 to 894
PCS: UL: 1,850 to 1,910 DL: 1,930 to 1,990
AWS: UL: 1,710 to 1,780 DL: 2,110 to 2,180
2,600 MHz: UL: 2,500 to 2,570 DL: 2,620 to 2,690
900 MHz: UL: 880 to 915 DL: 925 to 960
1,800 MHz: UL: 1,710 to 1,785 DL: 1,805 to 1,880
2,100 MHz: UL: 1,920 to 1,980 DL: 2,110 to 2,170
2,600 MHz: UL: 2,500 to 2,570 DL: 2,620 to 2,690
Mode 700 MHz: LTE FDD
850 MHz: UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, CU, CL, CM, UL, UM, LM, CUL, CUM, ULM, and CULM
1,800 MHz: GSM, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, GL, GM, LM, and GLM
2,300 MHz: LTE TDD
850 MHz: UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, CU, CL, CM, UL, UM, LM, CUL, CUM, ULM, and CULM
PCS: UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, UL, UM, LM, and ULM
AWS: UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, UL, UM, LM, and ULM
2,600 MHz: LTE FDD
900 MHz: GSM, UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, GU, GL, GM, UL, UM, LM, GUL, GUM, GLM, ULM, and GULM
1,800 MHz: GSM, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, GL, GM, LM, and GLM
2,100 MHz: UMTS, LTE FDD, LTE NB-IoT, UL, UM, LM, and ULM
2,600 MHz: LTE FDD
IBW 700 MHz: 35
850 MHz: 25
1,800 MHz: 75
2,300 MHz: 80
850 MHz: 25
PCS: 60
AWS: 70
2,600 MHz: 70
900 MHz: 35
1,800 MHz: 75
2,100 MHz: 60
2,600 MHz: 70
RF Specifications Mode - 1 Mode - 2 Mode - 3
TX/RX Channels UMTS: 1T1R/1T2R
LTE TDD: 2T2R
LTE NB-IoT: 2T2R
GSM: 1T1R
LTE FDD: 700 MHz/1,800 MHz: 2T2R
850 MHz: 1T1R/2T2R
UMTS: 1T1R/1T2R
LTE NB-IoT: 2T2R
LTE FDD: PCS/AWS/2,600 MHz: 2T2R
850 MHz: 1T1R/2T2R
UMTS: 1T1R/1T2R
LTE NB-IoT: 2T2R
GSM: 1T1R
LTE FDD: 1,800 MHz/2,100 MHz/2,600 MHz: 2T2R
900 MHz: 1T1R/2T2R
Carrier Capacity LTE TDD (BBU access + RF input): 6 (carriers + subbands) (2T2R)
LTE NB-IoT (BBU access + RF input): 4 (carriers + subbands) (2T2R)
GSM (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
UMTS (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
UMTS (BBU access): 8 carriers (1T1R/1T2R)
LTE FDD + LTE TDD (BBU access + RF input): 12 (carriers + subbands) (1T1R/2T2R)
GSM + UMTS (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
LTE FDD (BBU access + RF input): 12 (carriers + subbands) (1T1R/2T2R)

NOTE:
In GSM, up to four TRXs are supported per subband.
In UMTS, up to two carriers are supported per subband.
UMTS 1T2R consumes two subbands.
LTE FDD 1T1R is supported only on 850 MHz and 900 MHz.
LTE NB-IoT (BBU access + RF input): 4 (carriers + subbands) (2T2R)
UMTS (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
UMTS (BBU access): 8 carriers (1T1R/1T2R)
LTE FDD (BBU access + RF input): 12 (carriers + subbands) (1T1R/2T2R)

NOTE:
In GSM, up to four TRXs are supported per subband.
In UMTS, up to two carriers are supported per subband.
UMTS 1T2R consumes two subbands.
LTE FDD 1T1R is supported only on 850 MHz and 900 MHz.
LTE NB-IoT (BBU access + RF input): 4 (carriers + subbands) (2T2R)
GSM (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
UMTS (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
UMTS (BBU access): 8 carriers (1T1R/1T2R)
GSM + UMTS (RF input): 12 subbands (1T1R)
LTE FDD (BBU access + RF input): 12 (carriers + subbands) (1T1R/2T2R)

NOTE:
In GSM, up to four TRXs are supported per subband.
In UMTS, up to two carriers are supported per subband.
UMTS 1T2R consumes two subbands.
LTE FDD 1T1R is supported only on 850 MHz and 900 MHz.
Output Power 700 MHz: 2 x 100 mW
850 MHz: 2 x 100 mW
1,800 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
2,300 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
850 MHz: 2 x 100 mW
PCS: 2 x 250 mW
AWS: 2 x 250 mW
2,600 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
900 MHz: 2 x 100 mW
1,800 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
2,100 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
2,600 MHz: 2 x 250 mW
UMTS Receiver Sensitivity with One Antenna -112 dBm
LTE FDD/LTE TDD Receiver Sensitivity with One Antenna -94 dBm
NB-IoT Receiver Sensitivity with One Antenna -119.3 dBm
Built-in Antenna Specifications Mode - 1 Mode - 2 Mode - 3
Gain 700: 0 dBi
850: 0.5 dBi
850: 1.5 dBi
1,800: 3 dBi
2,300: 3 dBi
850: 0.5 dBi
850: 1.5 dBi
PCS: 3 dBi
AWS: 3 dBi
2,600: 3 dBi
900: 1.5 dBi
1,800: 3 dBi
2,100: 3 dBi
2,600: 3 dBi
Polarization Mode 700: Linear
850: Linear
850: Linear
1,800: Linear
2,300: Linear
850: Linear
850: Linear
PCS: Linear
AWS: Linear
2,600: Linear
900: Linear
1,800: Linear
2,100: Linear
2,600: Linear
Directionality 700: Omnidirectional
850: Omnidirectional
850: Omnidirectional
1,800: Omnidirectional
2,300: Omnidirectional
850: Omnidirectional
850: Omnidirectional
PCS: Omnidirectional
AWS: Omnidirectional
2,600: Omnidirectional
900: Omnidirectional
1,800: Omnidirectional
2,100: Omnidirectional
2,600: Omnidirectional
Engineering Indicators Mode - 1 Mode - 2 Mode - 3
Power Supply PoE power supply: –48V DC
Dimensions (H x W x D) 200 mm x 200 mm x 58 mm
Weight ≤ 2.5 kg
Typical Power Consumption for an RRU Typical Power Consumption (50% load) : 65
Maximum Average Power Consumption (100% load) : 71
Operating Temperature –5°C to +40°C
Protection Rating IP20
Relative Humidity 5% RH to 95% RH
Air Pressure 70 kPa to 106 kPa
Surge Protection Specifications Differential mode: 0.5 kV (1.2/50 μs)
Common mode: 2 kV (1.2/50 μs)
CPRI Specifications Mode - 1 Mode - 2 Mode - 3
Number of CPRI Ports RJ45: 1
SFP: 1
CPRI Data Rate RJ45: 10.1 Gbit/s
SFP: 10.1 Gbit/s
Topology RJ45: Star topology
SFP: Star topology
Maximum Distance RJ45: At least CAT6a S/FTP shielded Ethernet cables are used. The maximum Ethernet cable length is 100 meters and can be extended to 200 meters through a 10.1 Gbit/s extender.
SFP: The maximum distance between a pRRU and an RHUB is 200 meters if a 1.5 square-millimeter optical/electrical hybrid cable is used.

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