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Table Of Contents

1. Glossary of terms and abbreviations
2. References
3. About this document
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Content
3.3. How to read
3.4. UTRAN/CN release and vendor dependency
3.5. Intended audience
3.6. Disclaimer - what is not covered
4. Description of the optimisation process
5. Call setup
5.1. Call setup – RRC connection establishment
5.1.1. PLMN/cell selection and reselection
5.1.2. Failures on the AICH, PICH and PCH
5.1.3. Random Access Procedure
5.1.4. Call Admission Control (CAC)
5.1.5. Radio Link Setup
5.1.6. Call setup failures on the FACH
5.1.7. RRC Connection Reject message with specified cause “unspecified”
5.2. Call setup – failures during the call setup phase
5.2.1. Concept
5.2.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
5.3. Call setup – Core Network failures
5.3.1. Mobility Management failures
5.3.2. Call Control failures
5.3.3. Session Management failures
5.4. Call setup – RAB establishment
5.4.1. Dynamic bearer control (DBC)
5.4.2. Radio Link Reconfiguration
5.4.3. Radio Bearer Establishment
6.1.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.2. Call reliability – drop of the RAB
6.2.1. Concept
6.2.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.3. Call reliability – drop of RRC connection after call setup
6.3.1. Concept
6.3.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.4. Call reliability – RF planning related issues
6.4.1. Introduction
6.4.2. Pilot pollution
6.4.3. Around-the-corner-effect
6.4.4. Non-optimal neighbour definitions
6.4.5. Poor RF coverage
6.4.6. Poor PSC plan
6.5. Call reliability – Congestion Control (CongC)
6.5.1. Concept
6.5.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.6. Call reliability – failures in URA_PCH/CELL_PCH mode
6.6.1. Concept
6.6.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.7. Call reliability – failures in CELL_FACH mode
6.7.1. Concept
6.7.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.8. Call reliability – hardware and network interface outages
6.8.1. Concept
6.8.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.9. Call reliability – intra frequency handover
6.9.1. Concept
6.9.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.10. Call reliability – IRAT handover
6.10.1. Concept (UMTS->GSM)
6.10.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement (UMTS-
6.10.3. Concept (CS GSM ->UMTS)
6.10.4. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement (CS GSM -
6.11. Call reliability – Cell change order from UTRAN
6.11.1. Concept
6.11.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.12. Call reliability – inter frequency handover
6.12.1. Concept
6.12.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.13. Call reliability – failures on the Transport Network
6.14. Call reliability – failures on RLC
6.14.1. Concept
6.14.2. Failure symptoms, identification and fixes for improvement
6.15. Call reliability – HSDPA
6.15.1. Introduction
6.15.2. Mobility aspects of HSDPA
6.15.3. RF related issues
6.15.4. UE limitations
6.15.5. Capacity issues
6.16. Call reliability – HSUPA/EDCH
6.16.2. Mobility aspects of HSUPA
6.16.3. MAC/ RF related Issues
6.16.4. UE Limitations
6.16.5. Capacity issues
6.17. Call reliability – miscellaneous failures
6.17.1. RB Reconfiguration / Transport Channel Reconfiguration failure
6.17.2. Physical Channel Reconfiguration failures
6.17.3. Relocation failures
6.17.4. Failures during the RAB and RL release procedure
7. Call quality
7.1. Call quality - Block Error Rate (BLER)
7.1.1. DL Block Error Rate (BLER) analysis
7.2.2. QoS – voice service
7.2.3. QoS – data services
7.2.4. QoS – VT service
Appendix
A. Measurement definition
A.1. Measurement definition – voice
A.2. Measurement definition – data
A.3. Measurement definition – VT
B. Time synchronisation of measurement traces
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39080556 UMTS RF Troubleshooting Guideline Draft V21

39080556 UMTS RF Troubleshooting Guideline Draft V21

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