Changes between Version 50 and Version 51 of WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation


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02/17/10 10:54:08 (10 years ago)
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    108108=== 8.3  Identify Indoor Equipment Room on Campus ===
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    110 An indoor site (e.g., an IT equipment room) should be identified on campus that meets the requirements listed in Section 1.3 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)], and particularly the following requirments:
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     110An indoor site (e.g., an IT equipment room) should be identified on campus that meets the requirements listed in Section 1.3 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)], and particularly the following requirements:
    113111 * Equipment rack space to mount Base Station Indoor Unit.
    114 
    115  * Equipment rack space to mount Linux Servers contained in kit, currently 3 servers.
    116 
     112 * Equipment rack space to mount Linux Servers, 1 - 4 servers.
    117113 * Access to Outdoor Site, for power and fiber (signal) cables.  The use of a conduit is preferred, but otherwise the optical fiber (signal) cables must be mechanically protected.
    118 
    119114 * Access to building ground, to ground equipment racks and mounted equipment.
    120 
    121  * Access to -48VDC feeds for Base Station Outdoor Unit (max 4A) and Base Station Indoor Unit (max 8.3A), or else -48VDC rectifiers run from 110VAC feeds. 
    122 
    123  * Access to 110VAC feeds for Linux Servers, and possibly -48VDC rectifiers.  If possible, the 110VAC feeds should be protected with an  Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that bridges short power gaps, to prevent disrupting the WiMAX testbed from the most common (short) power gaps.
    124 
     115 * Access to 110VAC feeds for Linux Servers, and -48VDC power supplies.  If possible, the 110VAC feeds should be protected with an  Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that bridges short power gaps, to prevent disrupting the WiMAX testbed from the most common (short) power gaps.
    125116 * Access to available Ethernet (VLAN) switching capacity, if possible.
    126 
    127117 * Access to backbone network Layer 2 connection.
    128 
    129118 * Secure access, to prevent unauthorized people from disrupting operation.
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    131 NOTE:  It is suggested that this process be started IMMEDIATELY, to assure that an appropriate indoor equipment room can be identifed.
     120'''IMPORTANT:  It is suggested that this process be started IMMEDIATELY, to assure that an appropriate indoor equipment room can be identifed.'''
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    137126The following cables must be run at the Outdoor Site and between the Outdoor Site and the Indoor Equipment Room:
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    139 
    140128 * Heavy ground cable, from building ground to grounding bar at Outdoor Site, and from grounding bar to pole, for lightning protection. See Sec 3.4.2.2, Fig 3-9 and Sec 6.3 in the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
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    142 ISSUE:  Does this require a PE to certify proper grounding?
     130ISSUE:  Does your site require a PE to certify proper grounding?
    143131
    144132 * One -48VDC power cable, from (one) Outdoor Unit to indoor equipment room.  See Sec 3.4.1, Fig 4-1 and Sec 6.3 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
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    146 ISSUE:  Does kit contain this cable?
    147 
    148  * Two optical fiber signal cables, from (one) Outdoor Unit to indoor equipment room.  See Sec 3.4.1, Fig 4-1 and Sec 6.4 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
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    150 ISSUE:  Does kit contain these cables?
     134 * One dual optical fiber signal cables, from (one) Outdoor Unit to indoor equipment room.  See Sec 3.4.1, Fig 4-1 and Sec 6.4 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
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    154138
    155139A pole must be provided and mounted at the outdoor site to safely and securely mount the Antenna and Base Station Outdoor Unit.
    156 
    157 ISSUE: Does the kit contain the pole? 
    158 
    159 See Sec 6.1 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]  fro outdoor site options, ans Sec 6.6 for pole options.
    160 
    161 See Sec 1.2 of [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation/ANTENNA.pdf  NEC Sector Antenna Installation Manual], which specifies a pole diameter between 48mm and 120mm.
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    163 For example, the pole may be suuported on a roof using an H bracket;  see Sec 6.1 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
    164 
    165 ISSUE:  Does this require a PE to certify the safety?
    166 
    167 The pole should be mounted in a position that optimizes the performance (e.g., the range) of the antenna.
     140 * See Sec 6.1 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]  fro outdoor site options, and Sec 6.6 for pole options.
     141 * See Sec 1.2 of [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation/ANTENNA.pdf  NEC Sector Antenna Installation Manual], which specifies a pole diameter between 48mm and 120mm.
     142 * For example, the pole may be suuported on a roof using an H bracket;  see Sec 6.1 of the [attachment:BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)]
     143 * The pole should be mounted in a position that optimizes the performance (e.g., the range) of the antenna.
     144 * The pole must be connected to the heavy cable that runs to the building ground, for lightning protection.
     145
     146ISSUE:  Does your site require a PE to certify the safety of the pole mounting?
    168147
    169148ISSUE:  Should the pole be placed to allow for the possible addition of a second or even third antenna?
    170 
    171 The pole must be connected to the heavy cable that runs to the building ground, for lightning protection.
    172 
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    174150=== 8.6  Install Antenna at Outdoor Site ===