TTMAV-AWSB70 Tower Mounted Amplifier TwinVariable

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TTMAV-AWSB70 Tower Mounted Amplifier TwinVariable
TTMAV-AWSB70 Tower Mounted Amplifier
TwinVariable Gain Full Band AWS w/700 MHz Bypass
General Description
Westell’s Twin Variable Gain Full Band AWS Tower Mounted Amplifier
(TMA) with 700 MHz bypass is a cost-effectve solution for optimizing
LTE cell site performance by improving base station receiver sensitivity.
Ideal for shared feeder cable deployments, the TTMAV-AWSB70
provides filtering and uplink signal amplication for AWS while bypassing
the full 700 MHz frequency band.
With the TTMAV-AWSB70, operators will see fewer failed connection
attempts, fewer context drops, expanded coverage area (critical for
VoLTE), and increased ulink data throughput; all in an ultra-compact,
and highly-reliable package that supports one full sector. To support all
types of deployment environments, the gain for the AWS signal can be
B90-TTMAV-AWSB70
set in 1 dB increments from 3 dB to 13 dB using AISG 2.0. Additionally
the TMA supports control of Smart-Bias-T RET Antennas via AISG reinjection on the Antenna port eliminating the need for a separate AISG
cable; thus improving reliability and costs.
Model Number
Features & Benefits
• Advanced, balanced LNA design
• Variable Gain 3-13 db with 1dB steps
• Automatic LNA bypass ensures network availability
• B90-TTMAV-AWSB70
Frequency Range
• Superior performance, with one of the lowest noise figures in
the industry; 1.15 dB at 13 dB gain
• 1710-1755 MHz (Uplink)
• High receive isolation; > 90 dB (@AWS Tx)
• 2110-2155 MHz (Downlink)
• High PCS rejection > 80 dB (@PCS Tx)
• Supports full 45 MHz AWS frequency band for both receive
Block Diagram
and transmit
• Bypasses 100 MHz from 734-834 MHz
• Single feeder cable for 700 MHz & AWS
• Supports both AISG 2.0 and Current Window Alarming (CWA)
• AISG re-injection on the Antenna Port for control SmartBias-T RET Antenas eliminates the need for a separate cable
• AISG connector for RET control
• Includes AISG 2.0 software download
• Highly-reliable design with MTBF of over 2.5 million hours
• Twin configuration supports one full sector in a single, ultracompact enclosure
• Easy to install
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TTMAV-AWSB70 Tower Mounted Amplifier
AWS Tx Specifications (per RF path)
AWS Rx Specifications (per RF path)
Frequency Band
2110-2155 MHz
Frequency
1710-1755 MHz
Insertion Loss
0.35 dB
Noise Figure
@ Gain (dB)
NF
Return Loss
> 18 dB
13
1.15
Power Handling (CW/PIP)
500 W / 5 kW
12
1.19
Passive Intermodulation
-115 dBm
11
1.25
Total Group Delay (max.)
16 nSec
10
1.31
9
1.40
Bypass Band (per RF path)
Frequency Band
734-834 MHz
8
1.50
Insertion Loss
< 0.3 dB
7
1.62
Return Loss
>18 dB
6
1.77
5
1.96
4
2.18
3
2.44
Mechanical Specifications
Size (H x W x D)
5.0” x 9.2” x 6.6”
Weight
17.5 lbs.
Color
Off-white
Return Loss (active mode)
>18 dB
Connectors: RF
Long Neck 7/16 DIN Female
Return Loss (bypass mode)
>16 dB
Mounting
Pedestal, Pole, Wall;
Mounting bracket provided
Output 3rd Order Intercept
Point
+27 dBm
Temperature Range
-40˚C to + 65˚C
Bypass Insertion Loss
1.2 dB
Total Group Delay (max.)
42 nSec
Electrical Specifications (per RF path)
Communication and Control Specifications
Power Consumption
180 mA @ 12 VDC
Surge Protection: DC path
8/20 us 10 kA pulse arrester 75V,
and 1.5 kW TVS 33 V
Protocol / Alarms
Automatic Detection - AISG 2.0
or Current Window Alarm
Reverse DC Voltage Protection
-30 VDC
AISG Connector
AISG 8-pin IEC 60130-9 Female
Lightning Protection
Internal shorted stubs
All values are typical. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mechanical Drawings
Front View
Side View
Bottom View
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Copyright © 2015 by Westell, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Westell, ClearLink, Kentrox, and Optima
Management System are registered trademarks of Westell, Inc. All other names are trademarks of their
respective owners. Information is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
Westell, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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