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Customer Name:                                                                      Site Name:



Network/SAP or RSS Number:                                                          IPA/IPB Number:



                                                                                    MOP Number:




                                        AT&T RBS 6101 Generic Installation MoP
               Section                                                                                                                    Page
                1                   Group Responsible .................................................................................. 2
                2                   MOP INFORMATION ............................................................................... 2
                2.1                 PROJECT OVERVIEW ............................................................................ 3
                2.2                 BASIC MOP INFORMATION ................................................................... 3
                2.3                 WORK OVERVIEW .................................................................................. 4
                2.4                 PROJECT PHASE ................................................................................... 4
                2.5                 ESCALATION PROCEDURE ................................................................... 5
                2.6                 CUSTOMER INFORMATION ................................................................... 6
                2.7                 ERICSSON PERSONNEL INFORMATION .............................................. 7
                2.8                 ASK YOURSELF...................................................................................... 8
                2.9                 SAFETY ................................................................................................... 9
                3                   EXECUTION .......................................................................................... 10
                3.1                 ENTRANCE CRITERIA .......................................................................... 10
                3.2                 PRE-CHECK OF THE SYSTEM ............................................................ 12
                3.3                 ON SITE PRE-CHECK OF eNODE B .................................................... 12
                3.4                 SITE SPECIFIC STEP-BY-STEP ........................................................... 13
                3.5                 ON SITE POST-CHECK OF NODE B AND CONCLUDING ROUNTINE 18
                3.6                 POST CHECK OF THE SYSTEM .......................................................... 19
                3.7                 FALL BACK ............................................................................................ 19
                3.8                 EXIT CRITERIA ..................................................................................... 20
                4                   INSTALLATION AGREEMENT CHECKLIST ......................................... 20
                4.1                 IN-SERVICE PERFORMANCE (ISP) AFFECTING ................................ 20
                4.2                 GENERAL .............................................................................................. 20
                5                   REFERENCES....................................................................................... 22
                5.1                 REFERENCE MATERIALS .................................................................... 22
                6                   APPROVALS ......................................................................................... 23
                7                   PROCESS FLOW .................................................................................. 24
                8                   RACI and STATISTICAL REPORT ........................................................ 26
                9                   REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................. 26
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1 Group Responsible

            The following section is completed by Group Responsible only.


  APPROVED?                                            YES         NO          IMPACT RATING

                                                                                        LOW            MEDIUM       HIGH

  DATE:                                        TIME:                           DIFFICULTY RATING:
                                                                                        LOW            MEDIUM       HIGH
  APPROVER NAME:
                                                                               SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED:
  APPROVER PHONE:                                                              1            2          3        4




2 MOP INFORMATION

            Section 2 is to be completed by the performer. All the information in Section 2 must be filled in
            before submitting the MOP for review.
            Disclaimer: This MOP is developed by Ericsson for Ericsson’s use in the Installation,
            Configuration and Implementation of Ericsson LTE network elements in the AT&T Wireless
            network. This is presented to AT&T Wireless for reference and evidence of Ericsson’s internal
            care and governance overseeing all work activities on the AT&T Wireless network. This
            references internal Ericsson organizations, functions and processes and are not intended to be
            used by AT&T Wireless personnel without appropriate adaptation to the equivalent AT&T
            Wireless organizations, functions and processes. Additionally, this work product represents
            Intellectual Property belonging to Ericsson and is only to be used pursuant to contracts between
            Ericsson and AT&T Wireless.
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2.1                    PROJECT OVERVIEW

1.     Type of Work:
                 Initial Installation                      Product Change                   Power Installation System:

                 Mechanics Expansion                       Decommissioning                  Power Expansion System:

                 Other (Explain):

2.     System Type:
                  UMTS                          GSM                   Wireline             CDMA                   Other:    LTE

3.     Application System:
         AS Level                                                Correction Level

4.     LTE Type
                  RNC                    RBS               RXI
                  Other:

5.     Input/ Output Group Type:
                  IOG 11                                  IOG 20                           APG 30                           APG 40

                  Other:

       Input/ Output Group Software Revision
6.
       (required for Input/Output Group Expansion):


2.2                    BASIC MOP INFORMATION

 1.      Site Name/Designation:


 2.      Requested by:                         Customer              Project Manager                Other

 3.      Prepared by:                                                        Company:                         Phone:

 4.      Submitted by:                                                       Company:                         Phone:

 5.      Scheduled Start Date:
         Installation:                                        Testing:                                        Other:

 6.      Scheduled Completion Date:
         Installation:                                        Testing:                                        Other:

 7.      Work Window (Start Time / Stop Time):
         Installation:                     Testing:                                                           Other:

 8.      Abort Project / Back out Time:
         Installation: N/A                                    Testing:                                        Other:
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     2.3                    WORK OVERVIEW

     Customer must be notified of planned work                                 days prior to work commencing.

     Reason(s) for Issue / brief summary of work required / potential risks:

     Project Description: Installation of new eNode B (RBS 6101)
     Installation:
                  Inventory materials
                  Install RBS 6101 BBU (Battery Backup Unit) or GBF (Global Base Frame)
                  Connect ground to BBU or GBF and RBS 6101
                  Connect power to RBS 6101
                  Connect transport to SIU and RBS
                  Connect GPS to GPS receiver and to RBS
                  Connect RF to RBS
                  Green light test RBS

     RISKS:




     2.4                    PROJECT PHASE

1.              Type of Work:
                        Phase 0: NTP                Phase 1: Installation       Phase 2: Integration

                        Phase 3: Pre Launch         Phase 4: Post
                        Tuning                      Launch Tuning
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2.5                    ESCALATION PROCEDURE

ISP (In-Service Performance):
Sequence for Notification of Service Interruption:
1. AT&T CIC “Customer Interaction Center”                                                      1-800-223-3227
              Triggers Ericsson Emergency escalation process and should be called immediately if a traffic impacting
              issue is discovered.
              The most important number is the CIC, this is the Ericsson support helpdesk number and is the entry point
              to declare an emergency and have the required Ericsson emergency escalation process triggered. So, if
              your engineers have a traffic impacting emergency they need to call 1-800-223-3227 immediately to get the
              Ericsson recovery team involved, the process will pull in first and second line support along with an event
              leader, recovery leader and SDM. Further escalations to any Ericsson groups needed for recovery are also
              part of the emergency process (PLM, PDU, KAM Mgt...)

2. AT&T MNRC “Mobile Network Reliability Center”                                               1-800-638-2822
              Triggers AT&T Emergency escalation process and should be called to alert the customer that a traffic
              affecting event has been discovered
              If there is no one on the bridge from the customer side and a traffic affecting emergency is noticed, the
              second action would be to contact the AT&T MNRC at 1-800-638-2822 to make them aware of the issue.
              This will trigger the Emergency escalation process on the customer side which should include notifying
              AT&T ATS. One of the first questions the SDM will ask when joining the emergency bridge will be who the
              ATS is? This should trigger the MNRC to notify AT&T ATS if not already done. If not the SDM will call the
              ATS hotline number, but it is good to have in the MoP because it is the highest level of technical expertise
              on the customer side and they are required to be involved in every emergency event.

3. AT&T ATS “Advanced Technical Support” Emergency Hotline                                    1-866-849-9453
              AT&T highest level of technical expertise and should be involved in every traffic affecting event.


NON-ISP:

      1.    Normal Business Hours: Non-ISP issues and questions should be resolved through normal channels, i.e. the NDI
            Resource manager.
            After hours: contact FLS support at 1-800-222-9293
            Contact lead after                              minutes @ 1   (       )    -           -

      2.    Fallback situation: Any fallback decision is to be discussed with FLS, Service Delivery Manager and customer. IF such a
            scenario is deemed necessary, the fallback procedure is to follow section 3.5 of this MOP and replace the original
            equipment back into service.
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2.6                    CUSTOMER INFORMATION

                          SWITCH OFFICE                               SWITCH MANAGER

1.     Office Name:                                                   1.   Name:

2.     Address:                                                       2.   Phone Number:
                                                                      3.   Alternate Phone:



3.     City:                                                          ADDITIONAL CONTACTS
4.     State:                                  Zip:                   1.   Name:
                                                                      2.   Phone Number:
 On-Site Representative / Technician:                                 3.   Alternate Phone:
 1.        Name:
 2.      Phone Number:                                                1.   Name:
                                                                      2.   Phone Number:
           LOCAL EMERGENCY NUMBERS                                    3.   Alternate Phone:

         POLICE:
         FIRE:
         MEDICAL
         :


Complete the following section if required by customer.

1.     Network Point Code:                            N/A
2.     Network Node Number:                           N/A
3.     Abort / Back out Decision                      N/A
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2.7                    ERICSSON PERSONNEL INFORMATION

               PERFORMER INFORMATION                                SUPERVISOR / MANAGER INFORMATION

1.     Name:                                                        1.   Name:

2.     Title:                                                       2.   Title:

3.     Mobile Number:                                               3.   Mobile Number:

               SKILL LEVEL / EXPERIENCE                                           SDM (LOCAL) INFORMATION:
4.     Certification Level:                                         4.   Name:
                  Performer                    Yes   No             5.   Title:     SDM
                     Level 1                                        6.   Mobile Number:
                     Level 2                                        7.   Pager Number:
                     Level 3                                        8.   FAX Number:
                     Level 4

                       ISP

       Power (Vendor Trained / Certified)                           9.   SDM Informed?             Yes           No

       Installer              PWR-2                                      Date:                     Time:
       Supervisor             PWR-3

5.     Other Experience:
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2.8         ASK YOURSELF
  Ericsson has implemented the Ask Yourself section 2.8 for tighter control on configuration changes to
  mitigate ISP events in our customers’ networks. As such, all personnel performing this procedure MUST
  read and answer the questions below to ensure these situations are considered prior to starting work or
  making any network changes:
  If the answer to any of the questions below is a NO then STOP and contact your manager!
                           Ask Yourself Questions                 YES    NO          N/A    Comments
  1. Do I have the proper and appropriate building access
     and permissions for the environment I am about to
     enter?
  2. Do I know why this work is being performed?
  3. Have I identified and notified everybody - customers
     and internal groups who will be directly affected by
     this work?
  4. Can I prevent or control service interruptions?
  5. Is this the right time to do this work?
  6. Am I trained and qualified to perform this work?
  7. Is the MOP and supporting document current and
      error free?
  8. Is everything in place to allow me to quickly and
      safely restore service if something does go wrong?
  9. Have I walked through this procedure and do I know
      which network elements I am impacting with this
      procedure?
  10. Have I made sure this procedure contains proper
      closure including obtaining clearance and release
      from the appropriate work center?


                E911/911 Ask Yourself Questions              YES        NO      N/A        Comments
  1. Do I know how this work could impact 911/E911?
  2. Do I know what 911/E911 phase is required?
  3. Have I identified potential risks to 911/E911 and
     taken all measures to minimize them.
  4. Does this work affect 15+ sites?
  5. Can I prevent or control service interruption to
     911/E911.
  6. Is it the right time to do this work.
  7. Is the individual performing the work trained and
     qualified to do this work.
  8. Are MOPS and supporting documents current and
     error free?
  9. Does the MOP include a 911/E911 test plan?
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2.9                    SAFETY
       ITEM                                                                        DISCUSSED / VERIFIED

1.     Warning tags / signs are available.                                                                  N/A
                                                                                    YES           NO
              Power                     “In-Service” Equipment      Other


2.     Safety cones used to mark work areas.                                                                N/A
                                                                                    YES           NO

3.     Safety glasses, gloves, and aprons are worn when needed.                                             N/A
                                                                                    YES           NO

4.     Location of fire equipment.                                                                          N/A
                                                                                    YES           NO

5.     Evacuation procedure posted for fire / Halon discharge.                                              N/A
                                                                                    YES           NO

6.     First Aid and Emergency equipment – locations of and
                                                                                                            N/A
       familiarity with operation and use.                                          YES           NO

7.     Emergency telephone numbers posted. Fire, Police,
                                                                                                            N/A
       Ambulance/Medical and Customer local / Network Operation                     YES           NO
       Center numbers etc.
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3 EXECUTION
            This section contains all the Step-by-Step Method including Pre-checks and Post checks.
            The system should be fault free for past 24 hours prior to starting work.

3.1                    ENTRANCE CRITERIA


                                                                                                         Responsible
 Step       Step Description                                                              Customer     Ericsson        Time
   1.       Confirm NTP has been secured                                                                    X
            Confirm site readiness (RFI – Ready for Installation /                               X          X
            Integration): site prep activities completed (antennas, feeders
            and diplexers installed and swept; exposed connectors should
            be weather protected. Breaker installed (set to off and locked
            out), power conduit and conductors routed to location where
            RBS 6101 will be installed with enough extra length to pull
            conductor into the RBS 6101 and terminate; conduit end should
            be capped. Ground cable installed, connected to site ground
   2.       and routed to location where the RBS 6101 will be installed with
            enough length to pull into the RBS 6101 and terminate. GPS
            conduit installed, GPS cable connected to splitter, routed though
            conduit routed to location where RBS 6101 will be installed with
            enough length to pull into RBS 6101 and terminate at RBS
            6101; conduit end should be capped. Transport tested, transport
            conduit and transport conductor(s) routed to location where the
            RBS 6101 will be installed with enough length to terminate in the
            RBS 6101; conduit end should be capped.
            Latest Software file must be downloaded from the ECDocs                                         X
            SFTP server. Sharing of software files is prohibited. If access to
   3.
            SFTP is not available, request is to be made through the LDO
            ITAC team.
   4.       Delivery of RBS 6101 to site is scheduled.
                                                                                                            X

   5.       Contents of MOP and referenced documents reviewed and available.                     X          X
            Permission to access site granted, site data, directions to site, lat/longs          X
   6.
            and any special access information provided.

            Location where the RBS 6101 is to be installed has been
                                                                                                 X
   7.       identified either via site survey report, site drawings or floor
            markings

   8.       Installer has appropriate tools and documentation
                                                                                                            X

   9.       SIM card provided
                                                                                                 X

            Credentials (user name and password) to access network via
                                                                                                 X          X
   10.
            EMAS provided

   11.      Configuration file stored on SMRS
                                                                                                            X

   12.      All network elements (MME, OSS-RC, etc.) are operational
                                                                                                            X
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                                                                                            Responsible
Step        Step Description                                                 Customer     Ericsson        Time

   13.      Installer understands Personal Health and Safety Information
                                                                                               X
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3.2                    PRE-CHECK OF THE SYSTEM


                                                                                                            Responsible
 Step       Step Description                                                                                              Completed
                                                                                                 Customer    Ericsson
                                                                                                                            initial
            Pre-Check of the System.
            Pre-check of system not required for initial installations.


3.3                    ON SITE PRE-CHECK OF eNODE B


            Contact NOC                                                                                          X
                         Call AT&T NOC and log into site
                         Identify site activities
   1.                    Record NOC engineer’s name
                         Request NOC engineer to status UMTS/CDMA equipment for
                          alarms
                         Record any alarms observed by the NOC engineer

            Verify site prep activities are completed
                         Space identified where RBS 6101 is to be installed
                         Power provisioned, correct breaker(60 A) installed, conduit
                          and conductors routed to location of RBS 6101 and ready for
                          termination
                         Antennas, feeders and diplexers installed, swept and ready for
                          jumpers to be connected
   2.                    Transport tested, conduit and conductors routed to location of                         X
                          RBS 6101 and ready for termination
                         Ground cables connected to site ground routed to location of
                          RBS 6101 and ready for termination
                         GPS conduit and cable routed to location of RBS 6101 and
                          ready for termination

            Report any discrepancies to Ericsson IM (Implementation Manager)



            Accept delivery of RBS 6101 and inventory hardware
                         Examine the packaging for damages (if packaging is damaged: take
                          photograph of the damages and report to Ericsson PM)
                         NAL to unpack RBS 6101, drop the RBS 6101 at the location where it
                          is to be installed and remove shipping and packaging material
   2.                    Inspect the RBS 6101 for damages; if RBS 6101 is damaged take                          X
                          digital photographs and report to Ericsson IM
                         Inventory received HW, check that the items delivered correspond to
                          the packing list; report any discrepancies or damages to Ericsson IM
                          (take digital photographs of any damaged material).
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3.4                    SITE SPECIFIC STEP-BY-STEP
            Please attach additional pages as needed for any Site Specific Steps.


                      Installing the Sub-base for the RBS 6101
                      The RBS 6101 can be mounted on two different sub-bases the
                      BBU 6101 which also supports battery backup for the RBS and
                      GPF 6101; proceed to one of the sections below based on which
                      sub-base will be installed.

                      3.4.1 GBF 6101
                      3.4.2 BBU 6101



                      Installing the GBF 6101
   3.4.1                                                                                                 X
                      Note: If GBF is being mounted on a steel grade platform it is
                      recommend that the (Bottom Cover Plate) be installed

                      Place the GBF in the location where the RBS 6101 is to be
   3.4.1.1            installed based one of the following: Site Survey Report, Site                     X
                      Drawings or markings


                      If concrete pad or floor mounted mark drill holes per the drilling
   3.4.1.2            template or use the GBF as the template, ensure template or                        X
                      GBF is square before marking holes

                      If concrete pad or floor mounted drill the mounting holes and
   3.4.1.3            insert plugs or expander bolts in each hole.                                       X
                      Note: Use drill depth gauge when drilling holes

                      Position the GBF over the holes; use a split level to check that
                      the installation frame is level in all directions.
   3.4.1.4                                                                                               X
                      Note: Use stainless steel washers to make minor adjustments in
                      levelling the GBF
                      Ensure the rubber gasket around the bottom of the GBF is not
                      broken or damaged or loose; place the GBF over the holes.
   3.4.1.5                                                                                               X
                      Note: If installed on a steel grade platform place the bottom cover
                      plate between the platform and the GBF 6101


   3.4.1.6            Tighten bolts to the required torque value based on                                X
                      manufacture’s recommendations


                      Pass cables (Ground, AC, transport, GPS and RF) though the
                      cable entries and adapt Roxtec modules to the cables by peeling
                      away layers. Use cable samples to ensure that the gap between
   3.4.1.7            the two halves of each module is between 0.1 and 1 mm. Label                       X
                      or color code cables and coil in the GBF.
                      Note: External cables can enter the GBF though the side, front or
                      rear access ports


   3.4.1.8            Place a lug on the site ground cable, connect to the M8 earth                      X
                      ground bolt and tighten to a torque of 15 Nm
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                      Proceed to step 3.4.3 (Installing RBS 6101)




                      Installing the BBU 6101
   3.4.2                                                                                                X


                      Prepare for BBU installation per: Installing BBU 6101 Installation
   3.4.2.1
                      Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section 3.2.1
                                                                                                        X
                      (Preparing the Base)

                      Prepare the BBU for installation per: Installing BBU 6101
                      Installation Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section
   3.4.2.2
                      3.2.2 (Preparing the Base)
                                                                                                        X

                      Note: Use ESD wrist strap when handling components

                      Mount the cabinet per: Installing BBU 6101 Installation
   3.4.2.3
                      Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section 3.2.3
                                                                                                        X
                      (Assembling the Cabinet to the Base)


   3.4.3              Installing RBS 6101                                                               X

                      Move the cabinet into position per: Installing RBS RBS 6101
                      (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 6 (Moving the Cabinet
   3.4.3.1            into Position)                                                                    X
                      Note: Parts of this step is to be performed by both the ASP and
                      NAL
                      Attach the cabinet per: Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA
                      701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 7 (Attaching the Cabinet)
   3.4.3.2                                                                                              X
                      Note: Parts of this step is to be performed by both the ASP and
                      NAL
                      If the RBS 6101 is mounted on a BBU 6101 perform the following
                      steps and then proceed to step 3.4.3.5; if RBS 6101 is mounted
                      on a GBF 6101 proceed to step 3.4.3.4
   3.4.3.3            Install the climate unit per: Installing BBU 6101 Installation                    X
                      Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section 3.4 (Install
                      Climate Unit)


                      Grounding the Cabinet
                      If mounted on top of the GBF run a cable from the ground point
                      to the RBS 6101 per: Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA 701
                      6001 Uen PA3) Section 8 (Grounding the Cabinet)
                      If mounted on top of the BBU 6101 first perform the steps per:
   3.4.3.4            Installing BBU 6101 Installation Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701                     X
                      6009 Uen PA6) Section 3.2.3 (Assembling the Cabinet to the
                      Base) and then the steps per: Installing BBU 6101 Installation
                      Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section 3.5
                      (Assembling the Cabinet to the Base)
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                      If the RBS 6101 is mounted on a BBU 6101 perform the following
                      steps then proceed to 3.4.3.7; if RBS 6101 is mounted on a GBF
                      6101 proceed to step 3.4.3.6
   3.4.3.5            Bring external cabling into the BBU per: Installing BBU 6101                      X
                      Installation Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6) Section
                      3.6 (Routing Cables Passing Through BBU 6101)


   3.4.3.6            Connect AC power per: Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA                         X
                      701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 10.2 (Connecting AC Power)
                      If the RBS 6101 is mounted on a GBF 6101 perform the following
                      steps then proceed to 3.4.3.9; if RBS 6101 is mounted on a BBU
                      6101 proceed to step 3.4.3.8
   3.4.3.7                                                                                              X
                      Install Internal Backup Batteries per: Installing RBS RBS 6101
                      (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 10.3 (Installing the
                      Internal Backup Batteries (Optional))
                      Connect External Backup Batteries per: Installing RBS RBS 6101
                      (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 10.4 (Connecting the
   3.4.3.8            External Battery Backup (Optional)) and per: Installing BBU                       X
                      6101 Installation Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen PA6)
                      Section 3.7 (Connecting Power Cable)
                      Connect RF cables to RBS 6101 per: Installing RBS RBS 6101
   3.4.3.9            (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 11 (Connecting the RF                       X
                      Cables)
                      Install SIU per: Installation and Basic Configuration (1/1531-LZA
                      104 102 Uen C) Section 4 in space dedicated for transmission of
                      the RBS 6101




   3.4.3.10                                                                                             X




                      Note: Space for internally transmission equipment in the RBS
                      6101 is only available in configuration without the second internal
                      battery shelf.
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                      If T1 is the transport median the connect the T1s to the OVP per:
                      Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3)
                      Section 12.1 (Connecting Transmission Cables, Shielded
                      Twisted Pair, 100 – 120 Ω (T1, J1, E1)), connect per table below
                      and proceed to step 3.4.3.13; if the transport median is Ethernet
   3.4.3.11           then proceed to step 3.4.3.12                                                       X
                      Connect the cable from OVP to SIU per the table below
                          Network                 SIU Port
                           st  nd
                          1 & 2 T1                E1/T1 (0-1)
                           nd   th
                          2 & 4 T1                E1/T1 (2-3)
                      If Electrical Ethernet is the transport median then connect the
                      Ethernet cable to the SIU pre: Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-
                      LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 12.1 (Connecting Transmission
                      Cables, Shielded Twisted Pair, 100 Ω (Electrical Ethernet)) and
                      the table below
   3.4.3.12               Network                 SIU Port                                                X
                          Ethernet                10/100/1000 Mbps
                                                  Ethernet (0a)



                      Connect RJ-45 connector to CAT6 cables, certify CAT6 cable,
                      connect CAT6 cable to SIU per table below, route and connect
                      opposite end of CAT6 cable to DUL per table below

                       Connection Between SIU and RBS (DUL)
                          SIU Port                DUL
                          10/100/1000 Mbps        DUL-1 (TNA)
   3.4.3.13                                                                                               X
                          Ethernet (4)
                          10/100/1000 Mbps        DUL-2 (TNA)
                          Ethernet (5)
                          10/100/1000 Mbps        DUL-3 (TNA)
                          Ethernet (6)
                      .


                      If external alarms will be connect and supervised by the RBS
   3.4.3.14           6101 connect the external alarms per: Installing RBS RBS 6101                       X
                      (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 13 (Connecting the
                      External Alarm Cable (Optional))

   3.4.3.15           If BBU 6101 is installed route alarm cable between BBU 6101                         X
                      and RBS 6101; if BBU 6101 is not installed proceed to next step
                      Connect the GPS antenna to the RBS 6101 per: Installing RBS
   3.4.3.16           RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 14.2                                 X
                      (Connecting the Ericsson GPS Solution)
                      If BBU 6101 is installed install the battery blocks per: : Installing
   3.4.4              BBU 6101 Installation Instructions (9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen                         X
                      PA6) Section 3.8 (Installing Battery Blocks); if BBU 6101 is not
                      installed proceed to the next step

   3.4.5              Check that all cables are labeled or colored coded at RBS and at                    X
                      opposite end
                      Check RBS cabinet installation per instruction: Installing RBS
   3.4.6              RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 16 (Verifying                        X
                      RBS Installation on Site)
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   3.4.7              Energize RBS per: Installing RBS RBS 6101 (5/1531-LZA 701                    X
                      6001 Uen PA3) Section 16.2 (Powering Up the RBS)
                      Check the RBS after power up per: Installing RBS RBS 6101
   3.4.8              (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 16.3 (Checking the                     X
                      RBS after Power Up)
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3.5                    ON SITE POST-CHECK OF NODE B AND CONCLUDING ROUNTINE


                                                                                                            Responsible
      Step            Step Description                                                                                    Completed
                                                                                                Customer     Ericsson
                                                                                                                            initial
                      Complete RBS Installation Quality Checklist
   3.5.1                                                                                                          X
                      Complete RBS Installation Quality Checklist (EUS-04:003772)
                      Perform Concluding Routines

   3.5.2              Perform concluding routines per instruction: Installing RBS RBS                             X
                      6101 (5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen PA3) Section 17 (Checking the
                      RBS after Power Up)

                      Digital Photographs Post-Installation

                      The following digital photographs are to be taken to capture the
                      installation; photographs files are to be in the format specified by
                      the market typically .jpg of resolution quality from a 3 MP camera
                      or better.
                            Placard, sign or log book capturing Site ID
                            Power entering into the BBU 6101 or GBF 6101
                            Power termination at RBS 6101 PCU with cover removed
                            Ground termination at BBU 6101 or GBF 6101
                            Ground termination at RBS 6101
                            Ground termination at opposite end
                            Transmission entering into the BBU 6101 or GBF 6101
                            Transmission termination at the RBS 6101 OVP if transport is
                             T1
   3.5.3                    Transmission termination at SIU                                                      X
                            Transmission termination at DU
                            Transmission termination at opposite end
                            RF jumpers terminated at RBS 6101
                            RF jumpers entering into the BBU 6101 or GBF 6101
                            Weatherproofed RF jumpers at the hard-line or diplexers
                            SIU with cables connected
                            All RBS 6101 subracks capturing the status of the LEDs
                            RBS 6101 with door closed
                               o Right side
                               o Left Site
                               o Front
                               o Rear if accessible
                            Site log book with entry of activities performed including date
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                                                                                                        Responsible
      Step            Step Description                                                                                Completed
                                                                                            Customer     Ericsson
                                                                                                                        initial
                      Contact NOC for Post-check
                            Call AT&T NOC and log out of the site
                            Record NOC engineer’s name
                            Request NOC engineer to status CDMA equipment for alarms
   3.5.4
                            Compare alarms with alarms that were recorded in section
                                                                                                              X
                             3.3
                            If any new alarms are present contact Ericsson IM so AT&T
                             can be notified of the alarm


                      Site Handler Upload
                      Upload the following material to SiteHandler:
                            RBS 6201 Inventory Checklist (EUS-09:013123 Uen)
   3.5.5                    RBS Installation Quality Checklist (EUS-04:003772)                               X
                            Digital Photographs



                      Job Completed – Make Report, return any log files and                                   X
                      completed/signed MOP.


3.6                    POST CHECK OF THE SYSTEM


                                                                                                        Responsible
 Step       Step Description                                                                                          Completed
                                                                                            Customer     Ericsson
                                                                                                                        initial
            Post-Check of the System.
            Post-check of system N/A for initial installation




3.7                    FALL BACK


                                                                                                    Responsible
 Step       Step Description                                                                                        Completed
                                                                                         Customer       Ericsson
                                                                                                                      initial
   1.
            Fallback not required for initial installations
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3.8                    EXIT CRITERIA


                                                                                                     Responsible
 Step           Step Description                                                      Customer     Ericsson          Time
   1.           Installation successfully completed and cabinet energized.                              X
                All checklist, photos and acceptance document completed and                             X
   2.
                uploaded to SiteHandler.


4 INSTALLATION AGREEMENT CHECKLIST
            Check each item as it is discussed and verified with the customer.

4.1                    IN-SERVICE PERFORMANCE (ISP) AFFECTING
        ITEM                                                                       DISCUSSED / VERIFIED

1.      Control center notified at the start and end of each work period
                                                                                                               N/A
        and the following items have been discussed / verified.                     YES            NO

           a.     Any equipment that may be affected / removed from
                                                                                                               N/A
                  service (per work order).                                         YES            NO

           b.     CNI Implementation.                                                                          N/A
                                                                                    YES            NO

           c.     Corrections to be applied.
                                                                                                               N/A
                  If YES, notify FLS LOCAL support.                                 YES            NO

           d.     Restarts required (type/quantity).
                                                                                                               N/A
                  If YES, notify FLS LOCAL support.                                 YES            NO

           e.     Function Change required.
                                                                                                               N/A
                  If YES, notify FLS LOCAL support.                                 YES            NO

           f.     Alarms.                                                                                      N/A
                                                                                    YES            NO



4.2                    GENERAL
        ITEM                                                                       DISCUSSED / VERIFIED

1.      Alerts/Bulletins.                                                                                      N/A
                                                                                    YES            NO

2.      Lifeline procedure performed and verified.                                                             N/A
                                                                                    YES            NO

3.      Hours when work can and cannot be done.                                                                N/A
                                                                                    YES            NO
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4.     Location/verification of “In-Service” equipment being worked on
                                                                                                         N/A
       or near.                                                                  YES           NO

5.     Storage of tools and materials (onsite).                                                          N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

6.     Work tasks are reviewed with relevant personnel.                                                  N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

7.     Steps requiring the presence of a Customer Supervisor.                                            N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

8.     Daily reports to Customer/Supervisor on job progress and any
                                                                                                         N/A
       problems.                                                                 YES           NO

9.     Condition of existing equipment (operable/inoperable).                                            N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

10. Equipment/items to be installed / removed / relocated.                                               N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

11. Compatibility of the proposed equipment with existing
                                                                                                         N/A
    equipment.                                                                   YES           NO

12. Required documentation – verify with source (WEB)
                                                                                                         N/A
    documents.                                                                   YES           NO

13. Records and drawings to be corrected (redline).                                                      N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

14. Proximity of power plants and distribution systems.                                                  N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

15. Fuse location of “Live” equipment being worked on or near.                                           N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

16. Location of spare fuses, circuit breakers, and board spares.                                         N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

17. Verification of Alarms before and after all work is performed.                                       N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

18. Power work is performed during the agreed maintenance
                                                                                                         N/A
    window.                                                                      YES           NO

19. Restoration procedure.                                                                               N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO

20. ESD Procedures                                                                                       N/A
                                                                                 YES           NO
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21. Protection of floors, walls, doors, surrounding equipment, etc.                                              N/A
                                                                                        YES            NO

22. Other:                                                                                                       N/A
                                                                                        YES            NO




5 REFERENCES

5.1                    REFERENCE MATERIALS

        MODULE                                 PRODUCT CODE                                 DESCRIPTION

            I                                                         Data Translations

            H                                                         Network Element Test

            H                         Installation and Basic          Network Element Expansion Test
                                      Configuration (1/1531-LZA 104
                                      102 Uen C)

            OTHER                     5/1531-LZA 701 6001 Uen
                                      PA3
                                                                       Installing RBS RBS
                                                                           6101 PA3


            OTHER                     9/1531-LZA 701 6009 Uen
                                      PA6
                                                                      BBU 6101 Installation
                                                                        Instructions PA6


            OTHER                     1/1531-LZA 104 102 Uen
                                      C
                                                                       SIU Installation and
                                                                      Basic Configuration Uen C


            OTHER

            *This is a global Emerson Energy Systems K-Module for which no US-market specific version
            exists.
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6 APPROVALS

The undersigned have reviewed and approved this document.
 No changes may be made without the approval of the Customer Representative(s) and concurrence by
the Ericsson Representative(s).



FLS:
                                               YES                 NO                N/A          Date:



     Printed Name                                Title                               Signature



Ericsson Performer:                                                                               Date:
                                               YES                 NO                N/A


     Printed Name                                Title                               Signature



Customer Representative:                                                                          Date:
                                               YES                 NO                N/A

     Printed Name                                Title                               Signature

OTHER APPROVALS IF REQUIRED:


OTHER:                                                                               Date:



     Printed Name                                 Title                                 Signature



OTHER:                                                                               Date:



     Printed Name                                Title                                  Signature
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7 PROCESS FLOW
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  8 RACI and STATISTICAL REPORT
                                                     AT&T RBS 6101 Generic Installation MoP

                                                                           R A C I Chart
                                                                                           Engineering &
                                                    CFR / CPM / IM / SDM                                           Customer Support    Customer
                                                                                            Operations
Entrance Criteria                                            A                                  C                          I              R
Pre-requisites                                               R                                  C                          I              A
Pre-checks                                                   A                                  R                          C              I
Site Specific Step-by-Step                                   A                                  R                          C              I
Post-checks                                                  A                                  R                          C              I
Fallback                                                     A                                  C                          R              I
Exit Criteria                                                R                                  A                          C              I

                                                  R = Responsible; A = Accountable; C = Consulted; I = Informed




                                                                     Statistical Report
                                                                                           Correction         Work        Successfu     Quality
                                                       Attempts            Errors
                                                                                               s           Stoppages      l Attempts     Ratio
Steps
   1.     Entrance Criteria
   2.     Pre-requisites
   3.     Pre-checks
   4.     Site Specific Step-by-Step
   5.     Post Checks
   6.     Exit Criteria
   7.     Fallback
   8.     Escalations




  9 REVISION HISTORY


              Rev                     Author                  Date                                               Description
              PA1                   eusgii                02/11/2011                First Draft
              PA2                   edamose               04/21/2011                Added software sharing note section 3.1

				
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