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ATP AND ALARM SIMULATION DOCUMENT

The ATP test for Airtel project will be carried out in three phases as listed below: 1. Hardware Quality check and inspection 2. Test Calls 3. Alarm simulation with NOC 1. Hardware Quality check and inspection: The site Engineers are to check and address any hardware quality problem on site. Some of the checks and pictures site Engineers are to capture on site are: Ensure that the BTS is properly grounded to the grounding bar. The jumper cables should be properly aligned The jumper cables should be properly labeled as stated below: Sector A Main: Single red band Sector A Diversity: Double red band Sector B Main: Single yellow band Sector B Diversity: Double yellow band Sector C Main: Single blue band Sector C Diversity: Double blue band The EMU cable, FAN cable, and Power cables should be properly labeled Note: Snap shots should be provided

2. Test Calls: Test calls should be carried out to at least 3 Numbers on the 3 sectors

3. Alarm simulations with NOC: The Alarm simulations should be carried out with NOC (Akin 08086048912). There are 16 external alarms and 4 internal alarms as listed below Internal Alarms Water Temperature and Humidity Door Smoke Detector

External Alarms NEPA Fail Generator1 on Load

Generator 1 Fault Generator 1 Fail to Start Fuel Low Level Fuel Tank Full Door Switch Smoke Detector High Temperature Rectifier Supply Fail Rectifier Low Voltage Rectifier Module Fail Air Conditioner Fail Aviation Warning Light Generator2 on Load Generator 2 Fault

The alarms are connected and simulated as described below:

Internal Alarms 1. Water: Shown below is the water sensor and its connections. It should be connected to the middle krone where water is written on the EMU. The water cable has 3 cables red, green and white. The white cable should be connected to GND, the green to output and the red to +12v. The water sensor should be placed 90o to the horizontal of the ground. To simulate water alarm, insert the sensor partially in a bowl of water till it prompts water alarm on the BSC.

2. Temperature & Humidity: Shown below is the water sensor and its connections. It should be connected to the middle krone where temperature and humidity is written on

the EMU. To confirm that the Temperature & Humidity sensor is properly installed run DSP BTSENVSTAT on the BSC. The temperature and humidity cable is as described below: Humidity (-ve) should be yellow Humidity (+ve) should be yellow with black stripes Temperature (-ve) should be red Temperature (+ve) should be red with black stripes

3. Door: This sensor can be connected to the external Boolean port or internal port. The existing door sensor can be used. It is preferable to use the external Boolean port. Shown below is the door sensor. To simulate the door alarm, close and open the door and confirm the corresponding report from the BSC end.

4. Smoke detector: This sensor can be connected to the external Boolean port or internal port. It is preferable to use the internal Boolean port. The smoke detector has two cables ve and +ve. It should be connected to the second row of the middle krone

where smoke (-ve and +ve) is written on the EMU. Shown below is the smoke sensor. To simulate the smoke alarm, generate smoke to trigger the smoke sensor

External Alarms The external alarm can be connected in two ways which are: 1. When the alarms are connected to SAM2 2. When the alarms are not connected to SAM2

1. When the alarms are connected to SAM2: In this case, run the signal cable from the back of SAM2 to the EMU using the following colour codes:

Port 1 alarm Port 2 alarm Port 3 alarm Port 4 alarm Port 5 alarm Port 6 alarm Port 7 alarm Port 8 alarm Port 9 alarm Port 10 alarm Port 11 alarm Port 12 alarm Port 13 alarm Port 14 alarm Port 15 alarm Port 16 alarm

NEPA Fail Generator1 on Load Generator 1 Fault Generator 1 Fail to Start Fuel Low Level Fuel Tank Full Door Switch Smoke Detector High Temperature Rectifier Supply Fail Rectifier Low Voltage Rectifier Module Fail Air Conditioner Fail Aviation Warning Light Generator2 on Load Generator 2 Fault

white/blue white/orange white/green white/brown white/grey Red/Blue Red/Orange Red/Green Red/Brown Red/Grey Black/Blue Black/Orange Black/Green Black/Brown Black/Grey Yellow/Blue

The cables should be connected to Boolean port 1 to 16 on the EMU. 2. When the alarms are not connected to SAM2: In this case, move the alarm signal cable from where it is terminated on PIX 0 and 1 on the Motorola BSC to the EMU using the colour code shown below. The krone block where the alarms are terminated and its previous port on Motorola are shown below.
Port 1 alarm Port 2 alarm Port 3 alarm Port 4 alarm Port 5 alarm Port 6 alarm Port 7 alarm Port 8 alarm Port 9 alarm Port 10 alarm Port 11 alarm Port 12 alarm Port 13 alarm Port 14 alarm Port 15 alarm Port 16 alarm NEPA Fail Generator1 on Load Generator 1 Fault Generator 1 Fail to Start Fuel Low Level Fuel Tank Full Door Switch Smoke Detector High Temperature Rectifier Supply Fail Rectifier Low Voltage Rectifier Module Fail Air Conditioner Fail Aviation Warning Light Generator2 on Load Generator 2 Fault PIX 0 white/blue- Grey/Red PIX 0 Blue/White- Black/Blue PIX 0 white/Orange- Blue/Black PIX 0 Orange/White- Black/Orange PIX 0 white/Green- Orange/Black PIX 0 Green/White- Black/Green PIX 0 white/brown- Green/Black PIX 0 Brown/White- Black/Brown PIX 1 white/blue- Grey/Red PIX 1 Blue/White- Black/Blue PIX 1 white/Orange- Blue/Black PIX 1 Orange/White- Black/Orange PIX 1 white/Green- Orange/Black PIX 1 Green/White- Black/Green PIX 1 white/brown- Green/Black PIX 1 Brown/White- Black/Brown

Note: The 1st colour is usually the Major colour while 2nd should be stripes

The Krone where the sensor cable are Connected to PIX 0 and PIX 1 cable

Position where PIX0 and PIX1 are connected on the Motorola