Changes between Version 185 and Version 186 of WiMAXInteg


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    307307Later, additonal servers can be added as necessary for capacity.  For example, if specialized functions such as video coding were included in a slice's VM, then additional capacity may be required.[[BR]]
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    309 Fig 1-2c)  WiMAX Tetsbed System Configuration with One Server  [[BR]]
     309Fig 1-2c)  WiMAX Testbed System Configuration with One Server  [[BR]]
    310310[[Image(Visio-111309b_WiMAXSystemOverview_Page_2.jpg, 90%)]]  [[BR]]
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    327327There are three types of 2.6GHz WiMAX antennas that may be installed at the site: [[BR]]
    328  *  NEC 120-degree sector antenna, provided by Rutgers as part of the kit See [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation/ANTENNA.pdf NEC Sector Antenna Installation Manual][[BR]]
     328 *  NEC 120-degree sector antenna, provided by Rutgers as part of the kit. See [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation/ANTENNA.pdf NEC Sector Antenna Installation Manual][[BR]]
    329329 *  [http://www.wpsantennas.com/zdaqj2600-10-clear-sprint-xohm-wimax-omni-directional-antenna.aspx  Commercial 2.6GHz 360-degree omni-directional pole antenna], not provided by Rutgers as part of the kit [[BR]]
    330330 *  [http://www.l-com.com/item.aspx?id=20419  Commercial 2.6GHz 30-degree directional patch antenna], not provided by Rutgers as part of the kit [[BR]]
     
    346346It should be possible to include two (or more) antennas, and move the coax cable between antennas to select the antenna in use.  [[BR]]
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    348 As an alternative, a coaxial relay switch can be mounted on the roof, and used to remotely select the antenna in use.  [[BR]]
     348As an alternative, a [http://www.pasternack.com/product-N-RELAY-SWITCH-PE7147-71935.html  coaxial relay switch} can be mounted in a wether-tight box on the roof (see below), and used to remotely select the antenna in use.  [[BR]]
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    379379Both the NEC ODU and IDU are, as telecom systems, powered by a -48VDC power source.   Power feed connections are outlined in the [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/WiMAXInteg/CampusInstallation/BS_INSTALLATION.pdf NEC Installation Manual for Base Station (IMN:BS)][[BR]]
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    381 It is recommended that two separate -48VDC power supplies, with 110VAC feeds, be provided, one for each unit.  This avoids the need for a -48VDC distribution panel, with circuit breakers, and yet still allows individual control for each unit. 
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    383 The power supply for the ODU can be mounted in a weathertight box on the roof (assuming a 110VAC supply is avaialble on the roof), or it can be mounted indoors, with the indoor testbed equipment.[[BR]]
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    386 The recommended configuration for the ODU is:[[BR]]
     381It is recommended that two separate -48VDC power supplies, with 110VAC feeds, be provided, one for each unit.  This avoids the need for a -48VDC distribution panel, with circuit breakers, and yet still allows individual control for each unit.  [[BR]]
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     383The power supply for the ODU is typically mounted indoors, with the indoor testbed equipment.  Optionally, it can be mounted in a weather tight box on the roof (assuming a 110VAC supply is avaialble on the roof).[[BR]]
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     386The typical configuration for powering the ODU is:[[BR]]
    387387 * ODU mounted outdoors, on roof, with maximum of 4A required at -48VDC[[BR]]
    388388 * One 10m (approx 30ft) outdoor power cable, two conductors, 12AWG, rated for outdoor use, with [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Hirose-Electric/JR25WP-4S71/?qs=XQjbzJWzFPXdY8jaH9VFFw%3d%3d ODU Circular Connector], soldered onto cable. [[BR]]
    389  * Additional outdoor power cable, two conductors, 12AWG, rated for outdoor use, for connection between the roof and the power supply, typically mounted in the equipment room
    390  * One power supply for ODU, Mean Well [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Mean-Well/SP-240-48/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMu0oxGuRuNKH0QVy%252bJkdvy3pTeB%252b96yGok%3d SP-200-48], 110VAC input,  -48VDC output, rated 4.2A or 200W, mounted in testbed equipment room, or outdoors on roof, in weather tight enclosure.[[BR]]
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    392 Typical cable:
     389 * [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Littelfuse/SL1411A075A/?qs=ek3FaJ1hxEWg6rFszW4eAw%3d%3d Lightning surge protector} mounted on a [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Tyco-Electronics-AMP/1546306-4/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMvXvCN7QvKasSL6eMCRZuY6zjs15Djvrtg%3d  barrier terminal block] in a [http://www.streakwave.com/Itemdesc.asp?ic=DCE-H-7x6x2&eq=&Tp= weather tight box] on the roof.
     390 * Additional outdoor power cable, two conductors, 12AWG, rated for outdoor use, for connection between the roof and the power supply mounted in the equipment room.
     391 * One power supply for ODU, Mean Well [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Mean-Well/SP-240-48/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMu0oxGuRuNKH0QVy%252bJkdvy3pTeB%252b96yGok%3d SP-200-48], 110VAC input,  -48VDC output, rated 4.2A or 200W, mounted in the testbed equipment room.[[BR]]
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     393Typical outdoor cable:
    393394 * [http://www.americord.com/bulk-cable-65-prod-544.html  250-ft roll of 12/3 SJTW cable, rated for outdoor use]
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    395 The recommended configuration for the IDU is:[[BR]]
     396The typical configuration for powering the IDU is:[[BR]]
    396397 * IDU mounted indoors, in testbed equipment room, with maximum of 8.4A required at -48VDC (in full configuration with all 3 sector boards).[[BR]]
    397398 * One 10m (approx 30ft) indoor power cable, two conductors, 10AWG, with one [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Tyco-Electronics-AMP/1-917807-2/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMufdu5QM0tCwRkkU7pYPyzb IDU Rectangular Power Connector] and four [http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Tyco-Electronics/316041-2/?qs=vsAvTP%252bC%252bzGB86TzaaMK%252bA%3d%3d IDU Rectangular Power Connector Contacts ], two for each of the positive and negative DC power rails, crimped onto cable with a special tool, or soldered. [[BR]]