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                            FDD-LTE15A, Feature Descriptions and Instructions
	Table of Contents
	List of Figures
	List of Tables
	Summary of changes
	1 Introduction
	2 Activating and deactivating LTE features using BTS Site Manager
	3 Descriptions of radio resource management and telecom features
		3.1 LTE64: Service-based Handover Thresholds
			3.1.1 Description of LTE64: Service-based Handover Thresholds
			3.1.2 Activating and configuring LTE64: Service-based Handover Thresholds
			3.1.3 Deactivating LTE64: Service-based Handover Thresholds
		3.2 LTE738: SRVCC to 1xRTT/CDMA
			3.2.1 Description of LTE738: SRVCC to 1xRTT/CDMA
			3.2.2 Activating and configuring LTE738: SRVCC to 1xRTT/CDMA
			3.2.3 Deactivating LTE738: SRVCC to 1xRTT/CDMA
		3.3 LTE825: Uplink Outer Region Scheduling
			3.3.1 Description of LTE825: Uplink Outer Region Scheduling
			3.3.2 Activating and configuring LTE825: Uplink Outer Region Scheduling
			3.3.3 Deactivating LTE825: Uplink Outer Region Scheduling
		3.4 LTE951: Enhanced Cell ID Location Service
			3.4.1 Description of LTE951: Enhanced Cell ID Location Service
			3.4.2 Activating and configuring LTE951: Enhanced Cell ID Location Service
			3.4.3 Deactivating LTE951: Enhanced Cell ID Location Service
		3.5 LTE1117: LTE MBMS
			3.5.1 Description of LTE1117: LTE MBMS
			3.5.2 Activating and configuring LTE1117: LTE MBMS
			3.5.3 Deactivating LTE1117: LTE MBMS
		3.6 LTE1196: RAN Information Management for WCDMA
			3.6.1 Description of LTE1196: RAN Information Management for WCDMA
			3.6.2 Activating and configuring LTE1196: RAN Information Management for WCDMA
			3.6.3 Deactivating LTE1196: RAN Information Management for WCDMA
		3.7 LTE1321: eRAB modification - GBR
			3.7.1 Description of LTE1321: eRAB Modification – GBR
		3.8 LTE1357: LTE-UTRAN Load Balancing
			3.8.1 Description of LTE1357: LTE-UTRAN Load Balancing
			3.8.2 Activating and configuring LTE1357: LTE-UTRAN Load Balancing
			3.8.3 Deactivating LTE1357: LTE-UTRAN Load Balancing
		3.9 LTE1635: SIB8 AC barring for 1xRTT
			3.9.1 Description of LTE1635: SIB 8 AC Barring for 1xRTT
			3.9.2 Activating and configuring LTE1635: SIB 8 AC Barring for 1xRTT
			3.9.3 Deactivating LTE1635: SIB 8 AC Barring for 1xRTT
		3.10 LTE1679: DRX with Parallel UE Measurement Gaps
			3.10.1 Description of LTE1679: DRX with Parallel UE Measurement Gaps
			3.10.2 Activating and configuring LTE1679: DRX with Parallel UE Measurement Gaps
			3.10.3 Deactivating LTE1679: DRX with Parallel UE Measurement Gaps
		3.11 LTE1788: Automatic Access Class Barring
			3.11.1 Description of LTE1788: Automatic Access Class Barring
			3.11.2 Activating and configuring LTE1788: Automatic Access Class Barring
			3.11.3 Deactivating LTE1788: Automatic Access Class Barring
		3.12 LTE1804: Downlink Carrier Aggregation 3 CC - 60 MHz
			3.12.1 Description of LTE1804: Downlink Carrier Aggregation 3 CC - 60 MHz
			3.12.2 Activating and configuring LTE1804: Downlink Carrier Aggregation 3 CC - 60 MHz
			3.12.3 Deactivating LTE1804: Downlink Carrier Aggregation 3 CC - 60 MHz
		3.13 LTE1905: PLMN ID and SPID Selected Mobility Profiles
			3.13.1 Description of LTE1905: PLMN ID and SPID Selected Mobility Profiles
			3.13.2 Activating and configuring LTE1905: PLMN ID and SPID Selected Mobility Profiles
			3.13.3 Deactivating LTE1905: PLMN ID and SPID Selected Mobility Profiles with the actSelMobPrf parameter
			3.13.4 Deactivating LTE1905: PLMN ID and SPID Selected Mobility Profiles with the moProfileSelect parameter
		3.14 LTE1942: Dedicated VoLTE Inter-frequency Target Frequency List
			3.14.1 Description of LTE1942: Dedicated VoLTE Inter-frequency Target Frequency List
			3.14.2 Activating and configuring LTE1942: Dedicated VoLTE Inter-Frequency Target Frequency List
			3.14.3 Deactivating LTE1942: Dedicated VoLTE Inter-Frequency Target Frequency List
		3.15 LTE1944: Dynamic Handover Blacklisting
			3.15.1 Description of LTE1944: Dynamic Handover Blacklisting
			3.15.2 Activating and configuring LTE1944: Dynamic Handover Blacklisting
			3.15.3 Deactivating LTE1944: Dynamic Handover Blacklisting
		3.16 LTE2006: Flexible SCell Selection
			3.16.1 LTE2006: Flexible SCell Selection
				3.16.1.1 Description of LTE2006: Flexible SCell Selection
		3.17 LTE2023: User Plane Overload Handling
			3.17.1 Description of LTE2023: User Plane Overload Handling
			3.17.2 Activating and configuring LTE2023: User Plane Overload Handling
			3.17.3 Deactivating LTE2023: User Plane Overload Handling
		3.18 LTE2051: Measurement based Idle Mode Load Balancing
			3.18.1 Description of LTE2051: Measurement based Idle Mode Load Balancing
			3.18.2 Activating and configuring LTE2051: Measurement based Idle Mode Load Balancing
			3.18.3 Deactivating LTE2051: Measurement based Idle Mode Load Balancing
		3.19 LTE2085: SIB Reception with Parallel Measurement Gaps
			3.19.1 Description of LTE2085: SIB Reception with Parallel Measurement Gaps
			3.19.2 Activating and configuring LTE2085: SIB Reception with Parallel Measurement Gaps with the Twofold transmission of SIBs per SI window parameter
			3.19.3 Activating and configuring LTE2085: SIB Reception with Parallel Measurement Gaps with a selected feature
			3.19.4 Deactivating LTE2085: Reception with Parallel Measurement Gaps
		3.20 LTE2133: eICIC for HetNet eNode B Configurations
			3.20.1 Description of LTE2133: eICIC for HetNet eNode B Configurations
		3.21 LTE2149: Supplemental Downlink Carrier
			3.21.1 Description of LTE2149: Supplemental Downlink Carrier
			3.21.2 Activating and configuring LTE2149: Supplemental Downlink Carrier
			3.21.3 Deactivating LTE2149: Supplemental Downlink Carrier
		3.22 LTE2168: Additional Carrier Aggregation Band Combinations - II
			3.22.1 Description of LTE2168: Additional Carrier Aggregation Band Combinations - II
			3.22.2 Activating and configuring LTE2168: Additional Carrier Aggregation Band Combinations - II
			3.22.3 Deactivating LTE2168: Additional Carrier Aggregation Band Combinations - II
		3.23 LTE2208: eICIC Enhancements - micro
			3.23.1 Description of LTE2208: eICIC Enhancements - micro
		3.24 LTE2305: Inter-eNodeB Carrier Aggregation for 2 Macro eNodeBs
			3.24.1 Description of LTE2305: Inter-eNodeB Carrier Aggregation for 2 Macro eNodeBs
			3.24.2 Activating and configuring LTE2305: Inter-eNodeB Carrier Aggregation for 2 Macro eNodeBs
			3.24.3 Deactivating LTE2305: Inter-eNodeB Carrier Aggregation for 2 Macro eNodeBs
		3.25 LTE2314: Configurable Sequence of BCCH Carriers within GERAN Frequency Layer List for CSFB Based on UE Context Release
			3.25.1 Description of LTE2314: Configurable Sequence of BCCH Carriers within GERAN Frequency Layer List for CSFB Based on UE Context Release
			3.25.2 Activating and configuring LTE2314: Configurable Sequence of BCCH Carriers within GERAN Frequency Layer List for CSFB Based on UE Context Release
			3.25.3 Deactivating LTE2314: Configurable Sequence of BCCH Carriers within GERAN Frequency Layer List for CSFB Based on UE Context Release
		3.26 LTE2324: Network-requested UE Radio Capabilities
			3.26.1 Description of LTE2324: Network-requested UE Radio Capabilities
			3.26.2 Activating and configuring LTE2324: Network-requested UE Radio Capabilities
			3.26.3 Deactivating LTE2324: Network-requested UE Radio Capabilities
		3.27 LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer
			3.27.1 Description of LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer
			3.27.2 Activating and configuring LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer
			3.27.3 Deactivating LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer
	4 Descriptions of transport and transmission features
		4.1 LTE942: Hybrid Synchronization
			4.1.1 Description of LTE942: Hybrid Synchronization
			4.1.2 Activating and configuring LTE942: Hybrid Synchronization
			4.1.3 Deactivating LTE942: Hybrid Synchronization
		4.2 LTE1244: Source-based Routing in BTS
			4.2.1 Description of LTE1244: Source-based Routing in BTS
		4.3 LTE1559: SCTP Enhancements
			4.3.1 Description of LTE1559: SCTP Enhancements
		4.4 LTE1771: Dual U-plane IP Addresses
			4.4.1 Description of LTE1771: Dual U-plane IP Addresses
			4.4.2 Activating and configuring LTE1771: Dual U-plane IP Addresses
			4.4.3 Deactivating LTE1771: Dual U-plane IP Addresses
		4.5 LTE2063: GNSS Manual Location Entry for Flexi Zone
			4.5.1 Description of LTE2063: GNSS Manual Location Entry for Flexi Zone
			4.5.2 Activating and configuring LTE2063: GNSS Manual Location Entry for Flexi Zone
			4.5.3 Deactivating LTE2063: GNSS Manual Location Entry for Flexi Zone
	5 Descriptions of operability features
		5.1 LTE790: Signed SW
			5.1.1 Description of LTE790: Signed SW
		5.2 LTE1030: Configurable Service Accounts
			5.2.1 Description of LTE1030: Configurable Service Accounts
			5.2.2 Configuring LTE1030: Configurable Service Accounts
			5.2.3 Configuring LTE1030: Configurable Service Accounts using NEAC
		5.3 LTE1049: MDT - UE Measurement Logs
			5.3.1 Description of LTE1049: MDT - UE Measurement Logs
			5.3.2 Activating and configuring LTE1049: MDT - UE Measurement Logs
			5.3.3 Deactivating LTE1049: MDT - UE Measurement Logs
		5.4 LTE1052: Transport Configuration Fallback
			5.4.1 Description of LTE1052: Transport Configuration Fallback
			5.4.2 Activating and configuring LTE1052: Transport Configuration Fallback
			5.4.3 Deactivating LTE1052: Transport Configuration Fallback
		5.5 LTE1058: Plug and Play Extensions
			5.5.1 Description of LTE1058: Plug and Play Extensions
		5.6 LTE1103: Load Based Power Saving for Multi-layer Networks
			5.6.1 Description of LTE1103: Load Based Power Saving for Multi-layer Networks
			5.6.2 Activating and configuring LTE1103: Load Based Power Saving for Multi-layer Networks
			5.6.3 Deactivating LTE1103: Load Based Power Saving for Multilayer Networks
		5.7 LTE1225: Parameter Level Logging of BTS User Events
			5.7.1 Description of LTE1225: Parameter Level Logging of BTS User Events
		5.8 LTE1227: Flexi Multiradio BTS SW Download for Antenna Line Devices
			5.8.1 LTE1227: Flexi Multiradio BTS SW Download for Antenna Line Devices
		5.9 LTE1408: Remote Syslog for Continuous Log Storage
			5.9.1 Description of LTE1408: Remote Syslog for Continuous Log Storage
			5.9.2 Activating and configuring LTE1408: Remote Syslog for Continuous Log Storage
			5.9.3 Deactivating LTE1408: Remote Syslog for Continuous Log Storage
		5.10 LTE1434: Flexi Multiradio BTS Antenna Rx RF-sniffing
			5.10.1 Description of LTE1434: Flexi Multiradio BTS Antenna Rx RF-sniffing
			5.10.2 Activating and configuring LTE1434: Flexi Multiradio BTS Antenna Rx RF-sniffing
			5.10.3 Deactivating LTE1434: Flexi Multiradio BTS Antenna Rx RF-sniffing
			5.10.4 Performing RF monitoring
		5.11 LTE1749: Mobility Robustness Monitoring Inter RAT
			5.11.1 Description of LTE1749: Mobility Robustness Monitoring Inter RAT
			5.11.2 Activating and configuring Mobility Robustness Monitoring Inter RAT
			5.11.3 Deactivating LTE1749: Mobility Robustness Monitoring Inter RAT
		5.12 LTE1879: Additional PM Counters for Mobility Event Monitoring
			5.12.1 Description of LTE1879: Additional PM Counters for Mobility Event Monitoring
		5.13 LTE1899: Dedicated PM Counters for E-RAB Management Failure Causes
			5.13.1 Description of LTE1899: Dedicated PM Counters for E-RAB Management Failure Causes
		5.14 LTE1912: RRC Establishment Monitoring Extensions
			5.14.1 Description of LTE1912: RRC Establishment Monitoring Extensions
		5.15 LTE1949: Extend Power Reduction Range
			5.15.1 Description of LTE1949: Extend Power Reduction Range
		5.16 LTE1996: Flexi Zone Controller Application
			5.16.1 Description of LTE1996: Flexi Zone Controller Application
		5.17 LTE2017: IPSec Support for Flexi Zone Controller
			5.17.1 Description of LTE2017: IPSec Support for Flexi Zone Controller
			5.17.2 Activating and configuring LTE2017: IPSec Support for Flexi Zone Controller
			5.17.3 Deactivating LTE2017: IPSec Support for Flexi Zone Controller
		5.18 LTE2049: System Upgrade to FDD-LTE 15A
			5.18.1 Description of LTE2049: System Upgrade to FDD-LTE 15A
		5.19 LTE2061: OMS HP Gen9 HW assignment
			5.19.1 Description of LTE2061: OMS HP Gen9 HW assignment
		5.20 LTE2062: Inter-RAT UTRAN Neighbor Relation Robustness
			5.20.1 LTE2062: Inter-RAT UTRAN Neighbor Relation Robustness
			5.20.2 Activating and configuring LTE2062: Inter-RAT UTRAN Neighbor Relation Robustness
			5.20.3 Deactivating LTE2062: Inter-RAT UTRAN Neighbor Relation Robustness
		5.21 LTE2084: UE MAC Measurement Addition to Cell Trace
			5.21.1 Description of LTE2084: UE MAC Measurement Addition to Cell Trace
			5.21.2 Activating and configuring LTE2084: UE MAC Measurement Addition to Cell Trace
			5.21.3 Deactivating LTE2084: UE MAC Measurement Addition to Cell Trace
		5.22 LTE2175: PM Counter Enhancement for CSFB to 1xRTT, CQI Level, E-RAB Abnormal Release
			5.22.1 Description of LTE2175: PM Counter Enhancement for CSFB to 1xRTT, CQI Level, E-RAB Abnormal Release
		5.23 LTE2182: Enhanced Flexi Zone Plug and Play for Non-Operator Owned Backhaul
			5.23.1 Description of LTE2182: Enhanced Flexi Zone Plug and Play for Non-Operator Owned Backhaul
		5.24 LTE2195: Integrated O&M for Ruckus Wi-Fi
			5.24.1 Description of LTE2195: Integrated O&M for Ruckus Wi-Fi
		5.25 LTE2346: Flexi Zone Controller Shared Backhaul Support - Phase I
			5.25.1 Description of LTE2346: Flexi Zone Controller Shared Backhaul Support - Phase I
			5.25.2 Activating and configuring LTE2346: Flexi Zone Controller Shared Backhaul Support - Phase I
			5.25.3 Deactivating LTE2346: Flexi Zone Controller Shared Backhaul Support - Phase I
		5.26 LTE2548: BTS EM Support for RHEL 7.1
			5.26.1 Description of LTE2548: BTS EM Support for RHEL 7.1
	6 Descriptions of BTS site solution features
		6.1 LTE1725: FRME Flexi RF Module 6-Pipe 800 240W
			6.1.1 Description of LTE1725: FRME Flexi RF Module 6-Pipe 800 240W
		6.2 LTE1829: Inter eNB RF sharing
			6.2.1 Description of LTE1829: Inter eNB RF sharing
			6.2.2 Activating and configuring LTE1829: Inter eNB RF sharing
				6.2.2.1 Activation requirements
				6.2.2.2 General activation procedure
				6.2.2.3 Installing a new LTE-LTE RF Sharing Configuration
				6.2.2.4 Migration of a single eNB site to an LTE-LTE RF Sharing Configuration with no new shared RFMs/RRHs
				6.2.2.5 Migration of a single eNB site to an LTE-LTE RF Sharing Configuration with new shared RFMs/RRHs
				6.2.2.6 Commissioning eNBs for LTE-LTE RF Sharing
			6.2.3 Deactivating LTE1829: Inter eNB RF sharing
		6.3 LTE2028: Outdoor External GNSS Module with Enhanced Holdover - FYGG
			6.3.1 Description of LTE2028: Outdoor External GNSS Module with Enhanced Holdover - FYGG
		6.4 LTE2143: FRBE Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 750&720T 160W
			6.4.1 Description of LTE2143: FRBE Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 750&720T 160W
		6.5 LTE2146: FRBF Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 760 160W
			6.5.1 Description of LTE2146: FRBF Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 760 160W
		6.6 LTE2147: FHGB Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 2100 120W K
			6.6.1 Description of LTE2147: FHGB Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 2100 120W K
		6.7 LTE2148: FHPC Flexi RRH 2/2-Pipe 700&850 100W K
			6.7.1 Description of LTE2148: FHPC Flexi RRH 2/2-Pipe 700&850 100W K
		6.8 LTE2156: Site Aggregation for Flexi Zone
			6.8.1 Description of LTE2156: Site Aggregation Solution for Flexi Zone
		6.9 LTE2172: BTS Configurations optimized for distributed RRH deployment
			6.9.1 Description of LTE2172: BTS Configurations optimized for distributed RRH deployment
		6.10 LTE2245: FHEI Flexi Metro RRH 2-pipe 1800 10W L
			6.10.1 Description of LTE2245: FHEI Flexi Metro RRH 2-pipe 1800 10W L
		6.11 LTE2263: FRCG Flexi RRH 2-Pipe 850 120W
			6.11.1 Description of LTE2263: FRCG Flexi RRH 2-Pipe 850 120W
		6.12 LTE2264: FRNC Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 2300 120W
			6.12.1 Description of LTE2264: FRNC Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 2300 120W
		6.13 LTE2266: FRBG Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 730&720T 160W
			6.13.1 Description of LTE2266: FRBG Flexi RRH 4-Pipe 730&720T 160W
		6.14 LTE2272: SW-support for classical WCDMA/LTE RF-sharing Indoor configurations
			6.14.1 Description of LTE2272: SW-support for classical WCDMA/LTE RF-sharing Indoor configurations
		6.15 LTE2310: FRCC Flexi RRH 2-Pipe 865 80W S
			6.15.1 Description of LTE2310: FRCC Flexi RRH 2-Pipe 865 80W S
		6.16 LTE2334: LTE-GSM RF sharing with 4-way RX diversity
			6.16.1 Description of LTE2334: LTE-GSM RF sharing with 4-way RX diversity
		6.17 LTE2420: Supported RAS installation options in FL15A release
			6.17.1 Description of LTE2420: Supported RAS installation options in FL15A release
		6.18 LTE2448: FASB 2.4m RAS 1.9G 1.7/2.1G 698-894M
			6.18.1 Description of LTE2448: FASB 2.4m RAS 1.9G 1.7/2.1G 698-894M
		6.19 LTE2449: FASC 2.0m RAS 2.3-2.6G 1.7-2.2G 694-960M
			6.19.1 Description of LTE2449: FASC 2.0m RAS 2.3-2.6G 1.7-2.2G 694-960M
		6.20 LTE2471: FXEE Flexi RFM 3-Pipe 1800 240W
			6.20.1 Description of LTE2471: FXEE Flexi RF Module 3TX 1800
                        
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3 Optional: Configure the QCI1 protection timer (qci1ProtectionTimer)
parameter.

a) Select the LNCEL object.
b) Check the value of the Inactivity timer (inactivityTimer) parameter.
c) Set the QCI1 protection timer (qci1ProtectionTimer) parameter's

value higher than the Inactivity timer (inactivityTimer) parameter's
value.

4 Send the parameters to the eNB according to the procedure described in
section .

Expected outcome

The LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer feature has been
activated. The UE is kept in the RRC connection mode even if there is no activity, for
example, during a ringtone, until the established QCI1 timer and all other inactivity timers
expire.

3.27.3 Deactivating LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered
Protection Timer
Before you start

The Activate RRC connected mode while no
activity (actRrcConnNoActivity) parameter is used for deactivation.
Modification of this parameter does not require eNB restart or object locking.

Procedure

1 Follow the general procedure described in section
.

In Step 3 (Modify the feature-specific eNB configuration settings) of the general
procedure perform the steps described in this procedure.

2 Deactivate the
feature.

a) Go to the Radio Network Configuration page.
b) Expand the MRBTS object.
c) Select the LNBTS object.
d) Set the Activate RRC connected mode while no

activity (actRrcConnNoActivity) parameter's value to false.

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3 Send the parameters to the eNB according to the procedure described in
section .

Expected outcome

The LTE2430: QCI1 Establishment Triggered Protection Timer feature has been
deactivated. QCI1 protection timer is not started or restarted every time the QCI1 bearer
is established. The UE is kept in the RRC connection mode even if there is no activity,
for example, during a ringtone, until the established QCI1 timer (if it is already running)
and all other inactivity timers expire.

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Table 325 Hardware and software requirements

FDD-LTE
15A

FL15A FL15A Not supported Not supported

Not applicable Not
applicable

3GPP R8
mandatory

Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable

This feature requires no new or additional hardware.

The main features of the LTE2471: FXEE Flexi RFM 3-Pipe 1800 240W  are as follows:

3GPP band 3 1800 MHz support.
Output power 3 x 80 W.
Configurable power levels: 8, 20, 40, 60 or 80 W.
Instantaneous bandwidth (iBW) max 75MHz DL, and up to 60MHz UL for
GSM/Multimode (Up to 75 Mhz With RDSA RX diversity cabling).
DL and UL filter bandwidth: 75 MHz.
Supported bandwidths: 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz.
3 U high with Flexi platform mechanics.

The following are some basic LTE Configurations with one FXEE for one sector:

1 LTE cell @ max 20 MHz LTE bandwidth and 2TX MIMO / 2RX.
2 LTE cells @ max 20 MHz + max 20 MHz LTE bandwidth and 2TX MIMO / 2RX.
8+8, 20+20, 40+40, 60+60 or 80+80 W 2TX per sector (by branch activation and
MIMO SW licenses).
HW ready for 4RX (support requires 4RX SW license).
8, 20, 40, 60 W or 80 W 1TX 2RX mode for 1, 2 or 3 sectors (by branch activation
SW licenses).

The following are some basic LTE Configurations with two FXEE for two or three sectors:

1+1 or 1+1+1 LTE cells @ max 20 MHz LTE bandwidth and 2TX MIMO / 2RX.
2+2 or 2+2+2 LTE cells @ max 20 MHz + max 20 MHz LTE bandwidth and 2TX
MIMO / 2RX.
8+8, 20+20, 40+40, 60+60 or 80+80 W 2TX mode per sector (by branch activation
and MIMO SW licenses).
HW ready for 4RX (support requires 4RX SW license).

The following are examples of LTE+GSM configurations:

Up to 20 MHz LTE (40W) + 4 GSM TRX (4x10W) carriers per TX PA path.
5 MHz LTE 2TX MIMO + 6 GSM TRX carriers (3+3) per sector from 2 TX PA pipes.
1-3 sectors supported.

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The following are basic GSM configurations:

4/4/[email protected] iBW 40 MHz
Up to 8 GSM TRX carriers (4+4) per sector from 2 TX PA pipes.

There are no interdependencies between this and any other feature.

This feature has no impact on interfaces.

This feature has no impact on network management tools.

This feature has no impact on system performance or capacity.

There are no alarms related to this feature.

There are no measurements or counters related to this feature.

There are no key performance indicators related to this feature.

There are no parameters related to this feature.

Table 326 Sales information

BSW - Yes

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