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Call Admission Control


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Contents
1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 1-1 1.2 Intended Audience ........................................................................................................................ 1-1 1.3 Change History.............................................................................................................................. 1-1

2 Overview of Call Admission Control ...................................................................................2-1 3 Technical Description ..............................................................................................................3-1


3.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.1.1 Admission Resource and Basic Procedure .......................................................................... 3-1 3.1.2 HSDPA Admission Control.................................................................................................... 3-2 3.1.3 HSUPA Admission Control.................................................................................................... 3-2 3.2 CAC Based on Code Resources................................................................................................... 3-3 3.3 CAC Based on Power Resources ................................................................................................. 3-3 3.3.1 Overview ............................................................................................................................... 3-3 3.3.2 Admission Decision for RRC Connection Setup Requests .................................................. 3-4 3.3.3 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 1 for RAB Setup ........................................................... 3-5 3.3.4 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 2 for RAB Setup ........................................................... 3-8 3.3.5 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 3 for RAB Setup ........................................................... 3-9 3.4 CAC Based on NodeB Credit Resource ....................................................................................... 3-9 3.4.1 NodeB Credit ...................................................................................................................... 3-10 3.4.2 Procedure for Admission Decision Based on NodeB Credit .............................................. 3-10 3.5 CAC Based on Iub Resources .................................................................................................... 3-10 3.6 CAC Based on the Number of HSPA Users ................................................................................ 3-10 3.6.1 CAC for HSDPA Users ....................................................................................................... 3-10 3.6.2 CAC for HSUPA Users ....................................................................................................... 3-11

4 Parameters .................................................................................................................................4-1 5 Counters ......................................................................................................................................5-1 6 Glossary ......................................................................................................................................6-1 7 Reference Documents .............................................................................................................7-1

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1 Introduction
1.1 Scope
This document describes the call admission control feature, WRFD-020101 Admission Control. It describes how services are granted access and provides the parameters associated with this feature.

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for:

Personnel who are familiar with WCDMA basics Personnel who need to understand Call Admission Control (CAC) Personnel who work with Huawei products

1.3 Change History


This section provides information on the changes in different document versions. There are two types of changes, which are defined as follows:

Feature change: refers to the change in the CAC feature. Editorial change: refers to the change in wording or the addition of the information that was not described in the earlier version.

Document Issues
The document issues are as follows:

01 (2011-04-30) Draft B (2011-03-30) Draft A (2010-12-30)

01 (2011-04-30)
This is the document for the first commercial release of RAN13.0. Compared with issue Draft B (2011-03-30) of RAN13.0, this issue has no change.

Draft B (2011-03-30)
This is the second draft of the document for RAN13.0. Compared with Draft A (2010-12-30) of RAN13.0, this issue optimizes the description.

Draft A (2010-12-30)
This is the first draft of the document for RAN13.0. Compared with issue 04 (2010-12-20) of RAN12.0, this issue optimizes the description.

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2 Overview of Call Admission Control


Call Admission Control (CAC) is used to determine whether the system resources in a cell are sufficient to accept a resource request. If the system resources are sufficient, the resource request is accepted; otherwise, the resource request is rejected. A radio link sends a resource request to the CAC functional module when additional resources are required, in cases such as RRC connection setup, new service setup, change of existing services, soft handover, and cell change. Upon receiving a resource request, the CAC functional module determines whether the request can be accepted by measuring the cell load and the requested resources. For details about measuring the cell load, see the Load Control Feature Parameter Description. The admission decision performed using CAC is based on the following resources: code resources, power resources, NodeB credits, and Iub resources. In the case of an HSPA resource request, the admission decision is also based on the number of HSPA users. The admission succeeds only when the resources on which CAC is based are available. With CAC, an overloaded cell can accept resource requests for an RRC connection setup only in the case of emergency calls, detachments, or registrations. This is because the priority of such requests is very high. This helps maintain system stability when cells are overloaded. In addition, admitting or rejecting users over FACH or enhanced FACH channels (HS-DSCH) in an overloaded cell can be determined by setting the FACH_UU_ADCTRL subparameter of the NBMCacAlgoSwitch parameter.

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3.1 Overview
3.1.1 Admission Resource and Basic Procedure
A radio link sends a resource request to the CAC functional module when additional resources are required. On receipt of the resource request, the CAC functional module performs the admission decision based on the following resources:

Available cell code resources Available cell power resources NodeB credits, which are used to measure the channel demodulation capability of NodeBs Available Iub transmission bandwidth Number of HSDPA users (only for HSDPA services) Number of HSUPA users (only for HSUPA services)

A call can be admitted only when all of these resources are available. Code and Iub resource-based admission control are mandatory and cannot be disabled. Other admission control strategies may be enabled or disabled with the ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH command. Figure 3-1 shows the basic procedure for a resource-based admission decision.

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Figure 3-1 Basic procedure for a resource-based admission decision

3.1.2 HSDPA Admission Control


HSDPA admission control (WRFD-01061003 HSDPA Admission Control) enables the HSDPA service along with other R99 services to access the network by using remaining power resources and other resources. Admission based on the number of HSDPA users is also considered. Iub resource admission for HSDPA users is also performed during admission control to grant HSDPA service and other R99 services access to resources to ensure a certain QoS. HSDPA admission control is described in this document, along with R99 service admission control.

3.1.3 HSUPA Admission Control


HSUPA admission control (WRFD-01061202 HSUPA Admission Control) enables HSUPA services along with other R99 services to access the network by using the remaining uplink cell load and other resources. Admission based on the number of HSUPA users is also considered. Iub resource admission and NodeB credit resources for HSUPA users are also performed during admission control to grant HSUPA service and other R99 services access to resources to ensure a certain QoS.

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HSUPA admission control is described in this document, as is R99 service admission control.

3.2 CAC Based on Code Resources


Code resource-based admission is mandatory when a new service attempts to access the network. Code resource-based admission is implemented as follows:

For RRC connection setup requests, code resource-based admission is successful if the current remaining code resources are sufficient for RRC connection setup. For handover services, code resource-based admission is successful if the current remaining code resource is sufficient for the service. For other R99 services, the RNC has to ensure that the remaining code does not exceed the DlHoCeCodeResvSf parameter after admitting a new service.

For HSDPA services, the reserved codes are shared by all HSDPA services. Therefore, code resource-based admission is not required. For details about HSDPA code allocation, see the HSDPA Feature Parameter Description.

3.3 CAC Based on Power Resources


3.3.1 Overview
Power-based admission decisions are used for RRC connection setup requests and RAB admission decisions. The algorithm switches are set by the NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch or NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch. To enable the power-based admission control for HSDPA and HSUPA services, the HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL or HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL subparameter, respectively, must be set to 1. CAC based on power resource is performed by using one of the following three algorithms:

Algorithm 1 (ALGORITHM_FIRST): admission decision based on the expected load increment after admitting a new service Depending on the current cell load (indicated by the uplink load factor and downlink TCP), the RNC determines whether the cell load would exceed the threshold after admitting the new service. If the cell load would exceed the threshold, the RNC rejects the access request. Otherwise, the RNC accepts the access request.

Algorithm 2 (ALGORITHM_SECOND): admission decision based on the Equivalent Number of Users (ENU) Depending on the current ENU and the access request, the RNC determines whether the ENU would exceed the threshold after admitting a new service. If the ENU would exceed the threshold, the RNC rejects the request. Otherwise, the RNC accepts the request.

Algorithm 3 (ALGORITHM_THIRD): admission decision without considering load increment after admitting a new service This algorithm assumes that the load increment after admitting a new service is 0. Based on the current cell load (indicated by the uplink load factor and downlink TCP), the RNC determines whether the cell load would exceed the threshold after admitting the new service. If the cell load would exceed the threshold, the RNC rejects the access request. Otherwise, the RNC accepts the access request.

Figure 3-2 shows the basic procedure for a power-based admission decision.

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Figure 3-2 Basic procedure for a power-based admission decision

The basic principles for a power-based admission decision are as follows:


For an intra-frequency handover request, only a downlink admission decision is required if downlink CAC is enabled. For a non-intra-frequency handover request, both uplink and downlink decisions are required if both uplink CAC and downlink CAC are enabled. If there is a rate downsizing request, the RNC accepts it directly. For a rate upsizing request, the RNC makes the decision, as shown in Figure 3-2.

3.3.2 Admission Decision for RRC Connection Setup Requests


For an RRC connection setup request due to emergency calls, detachments, or registrations, the connections are set up directly. For an RRC connection setup request for other reasons, the admission decision depends on the following:

When power-based admission is based on power (algorithm 1 and algorithm 3), the UL or DL OLC trigger threshold (UlOlcTrigThd or DlOlcTrigThd) is used. When power-based admission is based on the ENU (algorithm 2), the admission decision is made as follows:
When

UL_UU_OLC or DL_UU_OLC is set to 1, the RRC connection setup request is rejected if the cell is in the overload state. If the cell is not in the overload state, the UL or DL OLC trigger threshold is used for power-based admission. UL_UU_OLC or DL_UU_OLC is set to 0, the UL or DL OLC trigger threshold is used for power-based admission.

When

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3.3.3 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 1 for RAB Setup


There are two types of power-based admission decision based on algorithm 1: uplink power-based admission decision and downlink power-based admission decision.

Uplink Power-Based Admission Decision for R99 Cells Based on Algorithm 1


The following figure shows the criterion for the uplink power-based admission decision for R99 cells based on algorithm 1. Figure 3-3 The criterion of uplink power-based admission decision for R99 cells

The procedure for an uplink power-based admission decision is as follows: 1. The RNC obtains the uplink RTWP of the cell and the background noise and calculates the current uplink load factor. 2. The RNC calculates the uplink load increment based on the service request. 3. The RNC predicts the uplink load factor according to the current uplink load factor and the uplink load increment. Note that the predicted uplink load factor also includes the reserved common channel load, which is specified by UlCCHLoadFactor. 4. By comparing the predicted uplink load factor UL,predicted with the corresponding threshold (UlNonCtrlThdForHo, UlNonCtrlThdForAMR, UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR, or UlNonCtrlThdForOther), the RNC decides whether to accept the access request. If the access request is accepted, the RNC processes the access request. If the access request is rejected, the RNC performs the next step. 5. The RNC checks whether the Control RTWP Anti-interference function switch (NBMCacAlgoSwitch: RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB) is enabled. If it is enabled, the RNC checks whether the uplink equivalent user load proportion of the cell is less than 40%. If it is less than 40%, the RNC accepts the access request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request.

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Uplink Power-Based Admission Decision for HSPA Cells Based on Algorithm 1


The procedure for an uplink power-based admission decision for HSPA cells is similar to that for R99 cells. 1. The RNC calculates the current uplink load factor based on the uplink RTWP of the cell. After the Received Scheduled E-DCH Power Share (RSEPS) measurement is introduced, the UL RTWP is divided into two parts:
The

controllable part, which is generated by the E-DCH scheduling service and calculated based on the RSEPS. For details about the scheduling mode of services on HSUPA, see the Radio Bearers Feature Parameter Description. uncontrollable part, which is generated by the other services. The uncontrollable part is the difference between the current uplink load factor and the controllable part.

The

2. The RNC calculates the uplink load increment based on the service request using Ec/N0 of the GBR of the service, the neighboring interference factor, and the AF of the service. 3. The RNC determines whether to grant the UE admission. In an HSPA cell, the admission conditions vary by service types. For the DCH service, the sum of the uncontrollable part of the RTWP and the uplink load increment must be lower than the corresponding threshold (UlNonCtrlThdForAMR, UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR, UlNonCtrlThdForOther, or UlNonCtrlThdForHo). In addition, the total uplink load of the cell must be lower than UlCellTotalThd. The method of calculating the total uplink load of the cell is as follows:
Sum Sum

of the uplink load factor calculated on the basis of the RTWP and load increment of the uncontrollable part of the RTWP and HsupaMaxGBPThd

For the HSUPA service, the CAC algorithm combines the PBR-based decision with the load-based decision. The RNC admits HSUPA services after a PBR-based or load-based decision is made.
PBR-based

decision: This is used to check whether the QoS requirement of all existing users is met. The QoS is measured on the basis of the Provided Bit Rate (PBR) of the users. If the QoS requirement is met, new users are allowed to access the network. decision: For HSUPA scheduling services, the RNC must ensure that the total uplink load factor is lower than UlCellTotalThd. For HSUPA non-scheduling services, the RNC must ensure that the total uplink load factor is lower than UlCellTotalThd and the power of the uncontrollable part is lower than the corresponding admission threshold.

Load-based

In this step, if the access request is rejected, the RNC performs the next step. 4. The RNC checks whether the Control RTWP Anti-interference function switch (NBMCacAlgoSwitch: RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB) is enabled. If it is enabled, the RNC checks whether the uplink equivalent user load proportion of the cell is less than 40%. If it is less than 40%, the RNC accepts the access request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request.

IMS signaling services over HSUPA can be admitted directly. In the above admission decision, the uplink load factor also includes the reserved common channel load, which is specified by UlCCHLoadFactor. For users in the uplink enhanced CELL_FACH state, the total users in uplink enhanced CELL_FACH state must also be lower than the threshold MaxERACHUserNum.

Downlink Power-Based Admission Decision for R99 Cells Based on Algorithm 1


The downlink power-based admission decision for R99 cells is similar to that of the uplink decision. The procedure is as follows:

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1. The RNC calculates the current downlink load factor according to the downlink TCP and calculates the downlink load increment based on the service request. 2. The RNC predicts the downlink load factor according to the current downlink load factor and the downlink load increment. The predicted downlink load factor also includes the reserved common channel load, which is specified by DlCCHLoadRsrvCoeff. 3. After comparing the downlink load factor with the corresponding threshold (DlConvAMRThd, DlConvNonAMRThd, DlOtherThd, or DlHOThd), the RNC decides whether to accept the access request.

Downlink Power-Based Admission Decision for HSPA Cells Based on Algorithm 1


The procedure for a downlink power-based admission decision for HSPA cells is as follows: 1. The RNC calculates the downlink power increment for a new service request.
The The

power increment estimation process for the DCH RAB in the HSPA cell is similar to that of the DCH RAB in the R99 cell. power increment estimation for HSDPA RAB is made on the basis of GBR, Ec/N0, non-orthogonal factor, and so on.

2. The RNC determines whether to grant the UE admission.

Admission Decision for DCH RAB in the Downlink

When the admission of the DCH RAB is implemented, the RNC performs the following steps: 1. The RNC evaluates whether the ratio of the current non-HSPA power after the new RAB access to the maximum transmit power of the cell is less than or equal to the cell downlink admission threshold for a specific type of service. The threshold may be DlConvAMRThd, DlConvNonAMRThd, DlOtherThd, or DlHOThd. If the condition is met, the RNC performs the next step. Otherwise, the admission fails. 2. The RNC evaluates whether the ratio of the current downlink total power after the new RAB access to the maximum transmit power of the cell is less than or equal to the threshold of the total downlink power of the cell (DlCellTotalThd).
The The

HSDPA power included in the current downlink total power can be set with HsdpaMaxGBPThd or evaluated through the GBP and the maximum power available for HSPA services. current downlink total power also includes all kinds of reserved power, for example, the power for the common channel and for HSUPA downlink control channels.

If the condition above is met, the RNC admits the DCH RAB. Otherwise, the admission fails. If the current cell supports DC-HSDPA, the current total power of the DC-HSDPA cell group must also be less than the sum of the total downlink power threshold of the primary cell and that of the secondary cell.

Admission Decision for HSDPA RAB in the Downlink When the admission of the HSDPA RAB is implemented, the PBR-based decision and load-based decision are also performed. The RNC admits the UE when the criteria for either decision is fulfilled.
PBR-based

decision: The PBR of all existing services must greater than or equal to the admission threshold HsdpaStrmPBRThd/HsdpaBePBRThd. decision: The total downlink load after the new RAB access must be less than or equal to the threshold of the total downlink power of the cell (DlCellTotalThd). The total downlink load after new RAB access can be calculated in one of the following ways: a. The sum of the current TCP and the power increment for the new RAB b. The sum of the current non-HSPA power and the GBP of all existing HSDPA services

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The total downlink load also includes all reserved power types, for example, the power for the common channel and the power for HSUPA downlink control channels.

If the current cell supports DC-HSDPA, the current total power of the DC-HSDPA cell group must also be less than the sum of the total downlink power threshold of the primary cell and that of the secondary cell.

PS conversational services carried on HSPA can be treated as streaming services during admission control.

Admission Decision for DC-HSDPA RAB in the Downlink The admission of DC-HSDPA RABs is based on the power of the DC-HSDPA cell group because the RAB is set up on both carriers. The RNC admits DC-HSDPA RABs in the following situations:
PBR-based

decision in DC-HSDPA cell group is successful. PBR-based decision in DC-HSDPA cell group is similar to that in SC-HSDPA cell. The difference between them is that the users selected during the decision are DC-HSDPA users in the DC-HSDPA cell group rather than SC-HSDPA users. decision in DC-HSDPA cell group is successful. This means that the total downlink load factor of DC-HSDPA cell group is less than the sum of the total downlink load threshold of the primary cell and that of the secondary cell.

Load-based

Admission Decision for HSUPA Control Channels in the Downlink The power for downlink control channels (E-AGCH/E-RGCH/E-HICH) is determined by DlHSUPARsvdFactor. Therefore, power-based admission is not required for these channels.

Downlink Power-Based Admission Decision for MBMS For details, see the MBMS Feature Parameter Description.

3.3.4 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 2 for RAB Setup


There are two types of power-based admission decision based on algorithm 2: uplink power-based admission decision and downlink power-based admission decision. The ENU of MBMS downlink control channels (MICH and MCCH) is reserved. Therefore, the power-based admission is not performed on these channels. The ENU of HSUPA downlink control channels (E-AGCH, E-RGCH, and E-HICH) is reserved by DlHSUPARsvdFactor. Therefore, power-based admission is not performed these channels.

Equivalent Number of Users


The 12.2 kbit/s AMR traffic is defined as one ENU. Therefore, the 12.2 kbit/s AMR traffic can be used to calculate the ENU of all other services. The calculation is based on the following factors:

Cell type (urban or suburban) Traffic domain (CS or PS) Coding type (turbo code or 1/2 1/3 convolutional code) Traffic QoS, that is, the Block Error Rate (BLER) The activity value of the traffic type, which can be set with the SET UADMCTRL command.

Procedure for Uplink ENU Resource Decision


Before the admission of the uplink ENU resource, if the uplink OLC algorithm switch (UL_UU_OLC) is enabled and the cell is in the OLC state triggered by the RTWP, then:

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The system checks whether the uplink equivalent user load proportion of the cell is less than 40% if the Control RTWP Anti-interference function switch (NBMCacAlgoSwitch: RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB) is enabled. If it is less than 40%, the RNC accepts the access request. Otherwise, the RNC performs an admission decision on the uplink ENU resource. The RNC rejects the access request if the Control RTWP Anti-interference function switch is disabled.

In the normal state, when the uplink ENU admission for a new RAB is implemented, the RNC calculates the uplink ENU of the RAB, and then estimates whether the ratio of the total uplink ENU after the new RAB access to the maximum ENU (UlTotalEqUserNum) is less than or equal to the cell uplink admission threshold for a specific type of service. The threshold may be UlNonCtrlThdForAMR, UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR, UlNonCtrlThdForOther, or UlNonCtrlThdForHo. If the condition is met, the RNC admits the access request. For DCH users, the RNC can also admit the access request if the ratio of the total uplink ENU of all DCH users after the new RAB access to the maximum ENU (UlTotalEqUserNum) is less than or equal to difference between UlCellTotalThd and HsupaMaxGBPThd. For users in uplink enhanced CELL_FACH state, only the total users in uplink enhanced CELL_FACH state must be lower than the threshold MaxERACHUserNum.

Procedure for Downlink ENU Resource Decision

For non-DC-HSDPA RAB If the current cell does not support DC-HSDPA, when the ENU admission of the RAB is implemented, the RNC calculates the downlink ENU of an incoming RAB, and then estimates whether the ratio of the total downlink ENU after the new RAB access to the maximum ENU (DlTotalEqUserNum) is less than or equal to the cell downlink admission threshold of a specific type of service. The threshold may be DlConvAMRThd, DlConvNonAMRThd, DlOtherThd, DlHOThd, or DlCellTotalThd. If the condition is met, the RNC admits the access request. For DCH users, the RNC can also admit the access request when the ratio of the total downlink ENU of all DCH users after the new RAB access to the maximum ENU (DlTotalEqUserNum) is less than or equal to difference between DlCellTotalThd and HsdpaMaxGBPThd. For non-DC-HSDPA RABs, if the current cell supports DC-HSDPA, the sum of ENUs of the DC-HSDPA cell group must also be less than the sum of the total uplink load threshold of the primary cell and that of the secondary cell.

For DC-HSDPA RAB The admission is successful when the total ENU divided by the maximum ENU is less than the sum of admission thresholds of the two cells.

3.3.5 Power-Based Admission Algorithm 3 for RAB Setup


Algorithm 3 is similar to algorithm 1. The difference is that the estimated load increment in algorithm 3 is always set to 0. In accordance with the current cell load (uplink load factor and downlink TCP), the RNC determines whether the cell load would exceed the threshold, with the estimated load increment set to 0. If the cell load would exceed the threshold, the RNC rejects the request. If not, the RNC accepts the request.

3.4 CAC Based on NodeB Credit Resource


When a new service accesses the network, NodeB credit resource-based admission is optional.

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3.4.1 NodeB Credit


The CE is used to measure the channel demodulation capability of the NodeBs. On the RNC side, it is referred to as the NodeB credit. On the NodeB side, it is referred to as the Channel Element (CE). The consumed NodeB resource of one equivalent 12.2 kbit/s AMR voice service, including 3.4 kbit/s signaling on the Dedicated Control Channel (DCCH), is defined as one CE. If there is only 3.4 kbit/s signaling on the DCCH, one CE is consumed. There are two types of CEs. One is uplink CE, which supports uplink services, and the other is downlink CE, which supports downlink services. One 12.2 kbit/s AMR voice service consumes one uplink CE and one downlink CE. There is no capacity consumption law for HS-DSCH in 3GPP TS 25.433. Therefore, certain credits are reserved for HSDPA RABs, and credit admission for HSDPA is not required.

3.4.2 Procedure for Admission Decision Based on NodeB Credit


When a new service tries to access the network, the admission decision based on NodeB credit is implemented as follows:

For an RRC connection setup request, the credit resource-based admission is successful if the current available credit resources of the local cell, local cell group (if any), and NodeB are sufficient for RRC connection setup. For a handover service, the credit resource-based admission is successful if the current available credit resources of the local cell, local cell group (if any), and NodeB are sufficient for the service. For other services, the RNC has to ensure that the available credit of the local cell, local cell group (if any), and NodeB does not exceed the value of UlHoCeResvSf (for the uplink) or DlHoCeCodeResvSf (for the downlink) after new services are granted admission.

The CE capabilities at the local cell, local cell group, and NodeB levels are reported to the RNC through the NBAP_AUDIT_RSP message over the Iub interface. - The CE capability at the local cell level indicates, in terms of hardware, the maximum capability that can be used in the local cell. - The CE capability at the local cell group level indicates the capability when the license and hardware are taken into consideration. - The CE capability at the NodeB level indicates the number of CEs that can be used, as specified in the license.

In the current product release, the UL Capacity Credit (CC) and DL CC are separate. So the credit resource-based admission is implemented in the UL and DL, respectively.

3.5 CAC Based on Iub Resources


When a new service accesses the network, Iub resource-admission is mandatory. For details about resource-based admission at the Iub transport layer, see the Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description.

3.6 CAC Based on the Number of HSPA Users


3.6.1 CAC for HSDPA Users
HSDPA services admission decisions are based on the number of HSDPA users. When a new HSDPA service attempts to access the network, the algorithm admits the service if the following conditions are met:

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The number of HSDPA users in the cell does not exceed the maximum value specified by MaxHsdpaUserNum. The number of HSDPA users in the cell does not exceed the user number of license. The number of HSDPA users in NodeB does not exceed the maximum value specified by NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum.

Otherwise, the HSDPA service is degraded to R99 service and another admission decision to performed.

3.6.2 CAC for HSUPA Users


HSUPA services admission decisions are based on the number of HSUPA users. When a new HSUPA service attempts to access the network, the algorithm admits the service if the following conditions are met:

The number of the HSUPA users in the cell does not exceed the maximum value specified by MaxHsupaUserNum. The number of HSDPA users in the cell does not exceed the user number of license. The number of the HSUPA users in NodeB does not exceed the maximum value specified by NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum.

Otherwise, the HSUPA service is degraded to R99 service to retry admission.

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Table 4-1 Parameter description Parameter ID NE MML Command Description

DlCCHLoadRsrvCoe BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Different admission policies are ff 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) used for dedicated channel and common channel users. For common channel users, resources instead of separate power admission decision are reserved. For dedicated channel users, according to the current load factor and the characteristics of the new call, the CAC algorithm predicts the new TX power with the assumption of admitting the new call, then plus with the premeditated common channel DL load factor to get the predicted DL load factor. Then, compare it with the DL admission threshold. If the value is not higher than the threshold, the call is admitted; otherwise, rejected. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 0 DlCellTotalThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Admission threshold of the total 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) cell downlink power. If the value is too high, too many users will be admitted. However, the throughput of a single user is easy to be limited. If the value is too low, cell capacity will be wasted. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 90 DlConvAMRThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) conversational AMR service threshold to the 100% downlink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the AMR service admission. That is, when an AMR service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the downlink load after the service is accessed. If the DL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access of an AMR speech service, this service will be rejected. If the DL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The DL load factor thresholds include parameters of [DL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [DL handover access

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Description threshold] and [DL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of the conversational AMR service. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 80

DlConvNonAMRThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) conversational non-AMR service threshold to the 100% downlink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the non-AMR service admission. That is, when a non-AMR service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the downlink load after the service is accessed. If the DL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a non-AMR speech service, this service will be rejected. If the DL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The DL load factor thresholds include parameters of [DL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [DL handover access threshold] and [DL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of the conversational non-AMR service. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 80 DlHOThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the handover 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) service admission threshold to the 100% downlink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the handover admission. That is, when a service is handing over to a cell, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the downlink load after the service is accessed. If the DL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access, this service will be rejected. If the DL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold,

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Description this service will be admitted. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 85

DlHSUPARsvdFacto BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Reserved DL power factor for r 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) HSUPA user. The higher the value is, the more resources reserved for the HSUPA control channel, which leads to resource waste. If the value is too low, HSUPA user quality may be impacted. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 0 DlHoCeCodeResvSf BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Some cell resources can be 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) reserved for handover UEs to guarantee handover success rate and improve access priority of handover services. This parameter defines the quantity of downlink code and CE resources reserved for handover. SFOFF refers to that no resources is reserved. SF32 refers to that a code resource with SF = 32 and its corresponding credit resource are reserved. GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16), SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256), SFOFF(SFOFF) Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256, SFOFF Default Value: SF32 DlOlcTrigThd BSC690 ADD UCELLLDM(Optional) Meaning: If the ratio of DL load of the cell to 0 MOD UCELLLDM(Optional) the downlink capacity is not lower than this threshold, the DL overload and congestion control function of the cell is triggered. The value of the OLC release threshold should not be much lower than or close to the OLC trigger threshold, or the system state may have a ping-pong effect. The recommended difference between the OLC release threshold and the OLC trigger threshold is higher than 10%. It is desirable to set the two parameters a bit higher given that the difference between OLC trigger threshold and OLC release threshold is fixed. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 95

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Parameter ID DlOtherThd

NE

MML Command

Description

BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of other service 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) thresholds to the 100% downlink load. The services refer to other admissions except the conversational AMR service, conversational non-AMR service, and handover scenarios. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling other service admissions. That is, when a service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the downlink load after the service is accessed. If the DL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a service, this service will be rejected. If the DL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The DL load factor thresholds include parameters of [DL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [DL handover access threshold] and [DL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of other services. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 75

DlTotalEqUserNum BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: When the algorithm 2 is used, this 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) parameter defines the total equivalent user number corresponding to the 100% downlink load. The parameter should be related to the admission threshold and actual condition of the network. GUI Value Range: 1~200 Actual Value Range: 1~200 Default Value: 80 HsdpaBePBRThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Average throughput admission 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) threshold of the HSDPA best effort traffic. If the sum of PBR of all the accessed HSDPA BE users is lower than the average throughput admission threshold of the HSDPA BE service multiplied by the sum of GBR of all the accessed HSDPA BE users, it indicates that the QoS of the accessed users cannot be satisfied and new HSDPA BE services are not allowed. Otherwise, the

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Description QoS can be satisfied and new HSDPA BE services are allowed. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 30

HsdpaMaxGBPThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Threshold of the maximum 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) guaranteed power for HSDPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by HSDPA users. Thus, some power resources are reserved for DCH users to ensure their network access. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 100 HsdpaStrmPBRThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Average throughput admission 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) threshold of the HSDPA streaming service. If the sum of PBR of all the accessed streaming users is lower than the average throughput admission threshold of the HSDPA streaming service multiplied by the sum of GBR of all the accessed streaming users, it indicates that the QoS of the accessed users cannot be satisfied and new HSDPA streaming services are not allowed. Otherwise, the QoS can be satisfied and new HSDPA streaming services are allowed. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 70 HsupaMaxGBPThd BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Threshold of the maximum 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) guaranteed power for HSUPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by HSUPA users. Thus, some power resources are reserved for DCH users to ensure their network access. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 100 MaxERACHUserNu BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Maximum number of UEs that can m 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) access a cell using the ERACH function. GUI Value Range: 0~48 Actual Value Range: 0~48 Default Value: 48

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MML Command

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MaxHsdpaUserNum BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Maximum number of users 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) supported by the HSDPA channel. The user in this parameter refers to the user with services on the HSDPA channel, regardless of the number of RABs carried on the HSDPA channel. Maximum HSDPA user number cannot exceed the HSDPA capability of the NodeB product, In practice, the value can be set based on the cell type and the richness of the available HSDPA power and code resources. GUI Value Range: 0~128 Actual Value Range: 0~128 Default Value: 64 MaxHsupaUserNum BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Maximum number of users 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) supported by the HSUPA channel. The user in this parameter refers to the user with services on the HSUPA channel, regardless of the number of RABs carried on the HSUPA channel. Maximum HSUPA user number cannot exceed the HSUPA capability of the NodeB product, In practice, the value can be set based on the cell type and the richness of the available HSUPA power and code resources. GUI Value Range: 0~128 Actual Value Range: 0~128 Default Value: 20 NBMCacAlgoSwitch BSC690 ADD Meaning: The above values of the 0 UCELLALGOSWITCH(Optio algorithms represent the following nal) information: MOD CRD_ADCTRL: Control Cell Credit UCELLALGOSWITCH(Optio admission control algorithm. nal) Only when NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH which is set by the SET UCACALGOSWITCH command and this switch are on,the Cell Credit admission control algorithm is valid. HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL: Control HSDPA UU Load admission control algorithm. This swtich does not work when uplink is beared on HSUPA and downlink is beared on HSDPA. HSDPA_GBP_MEAS: Control HSDPA HS-DSCH Required Power measurement. HSDPA_PBR_MEAS: Control HSDPA HS-DSCH Provided Bit Rate measurement. HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL: Control HSUPA UU
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Description Load admission control algorithm. This switch does not work when uplink is beared on HSUPA and downlink is beared on HSDPA. MBMS_UU_ADCTRL: Control MBMS UU Load admission control algorithm. HSUPA_PBR_MEAS: Control HSUPA Provided Bit Rate measurement. HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS: Control HSUPA Provided Received Scheduled EDCH Power Share measurement. EMC_UU_ADCTRL: Control power admission for emergency user. RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB: Control algorithm of resisting disturb when RTWP is abnormal. FACH_UU_ADCTRL: Admission control switch for the FACH on the Uu interface. This switch determines whether to admit a user in the RRC state on the CELL_FACH. 1. If this switch is enabled: if the current cell is congested due to overload, and the users are with RAB connection requests or RRC connection requests(except the cause of ""Detach"", ""Registration"", or ""Emergency Call""), the users will be rejected. Otherwise FACH user admission procedure is initiated. A user can access the cell after the procedure succeeds. 2. If this switch is disabled: FACH user admission procedure is initiated without the consideration of cell state. MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL: Legacy HSDPA admission control algorithm in MIMO cell. FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL: Control admission for Fast Dormancy user. If this switch is disabled, state transition from CELL-DCH to CELL-PCH or from CELL-DCH to CELL-FACH is not allowed for Fast Dormancy user. If switches above are selected, the corresponding algorithms will be enabled; otherwise, disabled. GUI Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL(Credit Admission Control Algorithm), HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSDPA UU Load Admission Control Algorithm),

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Description HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSUPA UU Load Admission Control Algorithm), MBMS_UU_ADCTRL(MBMS UU Load Admission Control Algorithm), HSDPA_GBP_MEAS(HSDPA GBP Meas Algorithm), HSDPA_PBR_MEAS(HSDPA PBR Meas Algorithm), HSUPA_PBR_MEAS(HSUPA PBR Meas Algorithm), HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS(HSUPA EDCH RSEPS Meas Algorithm), EMC_UU_ADCTRL(emergency call power admission), RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB(RTWP Resist Disturb Switch), FACH_UU_ADCTRL(FACH power cac switch), MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL(Le gacy HSDPA Admission Control Algorithm in MIMO Cell ), FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL(Fast Dormancy User Admission Control Algorithm) Actual Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL, HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL, HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL, MBMS_UU_ADCTRL, HSDPA_GBP_MEAS, HSDPA_PBR_MEAS, HSUPA_PBR_MEAS, HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS, EMC_UU_ADCTRL, RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB, FACH_UU_ADCTRL, MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL, FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL Default Value: None

NBMDlCacAlgoSelS BSC690 ADD Meaning: The algorithms with the above witch 0 UCELLALGOSWITCH(Man values represent are as follow: datory) ALGORITHM_OFF: Disable downlink call admission control algorithm. MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH(Optio ALGORITHM_FIRST: The load factor nal) prediction algorithm will be used in downlink CAC. ALGORITHM_SECOND: The equivalent user number algorithm will be used in downlink CAC. ALGORITHM_THIRD: The loose call admission control algorithm will be used in downlink CAC.

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Description GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD Default Value: None

NBMUlCacAlgoSelS BSC690 ADD Meaning: The algorithms with the above witch 0 UCELLALGOSWITCH(Man values represent are as follow: datory) ALGORITHM_OFF: Disable uplink call admission control algorithm. MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH(Optio ALGORITHM_FIRST: The load factor nal) prediction algorithm will be used in uplink CAC. ALGORITHM_SECOND: The equivalent user number algorithm will be used in uplink CAC. ALGORITHM_THIRD: The loose call admission control algorithm will be used in uplink CAC. GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD Default Value: None NodeBHsdpaMaxUs BSC690 ADD Meaning: Maximum number of HSDPA erNum 0 UNODEBALGOPARA(Optio users of the NodeB. If the HSDPA user nal) access is rejected by the NodeB, you can infer that the HSDPA licenses are MOD UNODEBALGOPARA(Optio insufficient. New HSDPA licenses are required. nal) GUI Value Range: 0~3840 Actual Value Range: 0~3840 Default Value: 3840 NodeBHsupaMaxUs BSC690 ADD Meaning: Maximum number of HSUPA erNum 0 UNODEBALGOPARA(Optio users of the NodeB. If the HSUPA user nal) access is rejected by the NodeB, you can infer that the HSUPA licenses are MOD UNODEBALGOPARA(Optio insufficient. New HSUPA licenses are required. nal)

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Description GUI Value Range: 0~3840 Actual Value Range: 0~3840 Default Value: 3840

UlCCHLoadFactor

BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The admission control decision is 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) only for dedicated channels. For common channels, some resources instead of a special admission procedure are reserved. In the UL, according to the current load factor and the characteristics of the new call, the UL CAC algorithm predicts the new traffic channels load factor with the assumption of admitting the new call, then plus with the premeditated common channel UL load factor to get the predicted UL load factor. Then, compare it with the UL admission threshold. If the value is not higher than the threshold, the call is admitted; otherwise, rejected. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 0

UlCellTotalThd

BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Admission threshold of total cell 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) uplink power. This parameter is related to the target load of the uplink schedule. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 83

UlHoCeResvSf

BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: Uplink Credit Reserved by Spread 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) Factor for HandOver. SFOFF means that none of them are reserved for handover. GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16), SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256), SFOFF(SFOFF) Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256, SFOFF Default Value: SF16

UlNonCtrlThdForAM BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the R 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) conversational non-AMR service threshold to the 100% uplink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the non-AMR service admission. That is, when a non-AMR service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the uplink load after the service is accessed. If the UL load of a

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MML Command

Description cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a non-AMR speech service, this service will be rejected. If the UL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The UL load factor thresholds include parameters of [UL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [UL handover access threshold] and [UL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of the conversational non-AMR service. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 75

UlNonCtrlThdForHo BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the handover 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) service admission threshold to the 100% uplink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the handover admission. That is, when a service is handing over to a cell, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the uplink load after the service is accessed. If the UL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access, this service will be rejected. If the UL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 80 UlNonCtrlThdForNon BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of the AMR 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) conversational non-AMR service threshold to the 100% uplink load. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling the non-AMR service admission. That is, when a non-AMR service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the uplink load after the service is accessed. If the UL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a non-AMR speech service, this service will be rejected. If the UL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The UL load factor thresholds include

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NE

MML Command

Description parameters of [UL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [UL handover access threshold] and [UL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of the conversational non-AMR service. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 75

UlNonCtrlThdForOth BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: The percentage of other service er 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) thresholds to the 100% uplink load. The services refer to other admissions except the conversational AMR service, conversational non-AMR service, and handover scenarios. It is applicable to algorithm 1 and algorithm 2. The parameter is used for controlling other service admissions. That is, when a service is accessing, the RNC evaluates the measurement value of the uplink load after the service is accessed. If the UL load of a cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a service, this service will be rejected. If the UL load of a cell will not be higher than this threshold, this service will be admitted. The UL load factor thresholds include parameters of [UL threshold of Conv non_AMR service], [UL handover access threshold] and [UL threshold of other services]. The four parameters can be used to limit the proportion between the conversational service, handover user and other services in a specific cell, and to guarantee the access priority of other services. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 60 UlOlcTrigThd BSC690 ADD UCELLLDM(Optional) Meaning: If the ratio of UL load of the cell to 0 MOD UCELLLDM(Optional) the uplink capacity is not lower than this threshold, the UL overload and congestion control function of the cell is triggered. The value of the OLC release threshold should not be much lower than or close to the OLC trigger threshold, or the system state may have a ping-pong effect. The recommended
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Description difference between the OLC release threshold and the OLC trigger threshold is higher than 10%. It is desirable to set the two parameters a bit higher given that the difference between OLC trigger threshold and OLC release threshold is fixed. GUI Value Range: 0~100 Actual Value Range: 0~1 Default Value: 95

UlTotalEqUserNum BSC690 ADD UCELLCAC(Optional) Meaning: When the algorithm 2 is used, this 0 MOD UCELLCAC(Optional) parameter defines the total equivalent user numbers corresponding to the 100% uplink load. The parameter should be related to the admission threshold and actual condition of the network. GUI Value Range: 1~200 Actual Value Range: 1~200 Default Value: 95

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5 Counters
Table 5-1 Counter description Counter ID Counter Name 50332555 50332556 50332557 Counter Description Feature ID Feature Name

VS.LC.ULMean.Licens Average number of UL CEs eGroup consumed by an operator VS.LC.DLMean.Licens Average number of DL CEs eGroup consumed by an operator

WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

VS.LC.DLCreditAvailab Number of DL CEs configured WRFD-020101 Admission Control le.LicenseGroup.Dedic for an operator ated VS.LC.ULCreditAvailab Number of UL CEs configured WRFD-020101 Admission Control le.LicenseGroup.Dedic for an operator ated VS.LC.ULCreditAvailab Number of UL CEs configured WRFD-020101 Admission Control le.Shared for a shared group VS.LC.DLCreditAvailab Number of DL CEs configured WRFD-020101 Admission Control le.Shared for a shared group VS.LC.ULMean.Licens Average number of shared UL WRFD-020101 Admission Control eGroup.Shared CEs consumed by an operator VS.LC.DLMean.Licens Average number of shared DL WRFD-020101 Admission Control eGroup.Shared CEs consumed by an operator VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMea Average number of UL CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control n.LicenseGroup consumed by HSUPA services of an operator VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMea Average number of shared UL WRFD-020101 Admission Control n.LicenseGroup.Share CEs consumed by HSUPA d services VS.HW.DLCreditAvaila VS.HW.DLCreditAvailable ble VS.HW.ULCreditAvaila VS.HW.ULCreditAvailable ble WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332558

50332559 50332560 50332561 50332562 50332563

50332564

50332565 50332566 50332573

VS.CE.ULAvailable.Ul The Number of CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group Configured on All Available Boards in an Uplink Resource Group VS.CE.ULMean.UlGro Mean Number of Uplink CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control up Consumed by All Cells in an Uplink Resource Group VS.AttRLSETUP.MEA The average number of RL N Setup Request per second VS.AttRLADD.MEAN The average number of RL WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332574

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Counter Description Add Request per second

Feature ID

Feature Name

50332580

VS.AttRLRecfg.MEAN The average number of RL Reconfiguration Preparation Request per second VS.DedicMeaRpt.MEA The average number of N Dedicated Measurement Reporting per second

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332581

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332582

VS.CE.DLAvailable.Bo The Number of Downlink CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control ard Configured on a Baseband Board VS.CE.ULAvailable.Bo The Number of Uplink CEs ard Configured on a Baseband Boar VS.CE.DLMean.Board Mean Number of Downlink CEs Consumed by a Baseband Board WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332583

50332584

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50332586

VS.CE.ULMean.Board Mean Number of Uplink CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control Consumed by a Baseband Board VS.HSUPA.LeftPwrLmt Ratio of the number of HSUPAWRFD-010612 UserRatio users with limited uplink load 02 to the total number of HSUPA users in a cell WRFD-010614 02 HSUPA Admission Control Enhanced Fast UL Scheduling

50341855

50342555 50342556 50342561

VS.LC.ULMax.License Maximum number of UL CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group consumed by an operator VS.LC.DLMax.License Maximum number of DL CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group consumed by an operator VS.LC.ULMax.License Maximum number of shared Group.Shared UL CEs consumed by an operator VS.LC.DLMax.License Maximum number of shared Group.Shared DL CEs consumed by an operator WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50342562

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50342563

VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMax. Maximum number of UL CEs WRFD-020101 Admission Control LicenseGroup consumed by HSUPA services of an operator VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMax. Maximum number of shared WRFD-020101 Admission Control LicenseGroup.Shared UL CEs consumed by HSUPA services VS.LC.DLMin.License VS.LC.DLMin.LicenseGroup. WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group.Shared Shared

50342564

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Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name

VS.LC.ULMin.License VS.LC.ULMin.LicenseGroup. WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group.Shared Shared VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin. VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin.Licens WRFD-020101 Admission Control LicenseGroup.Shared eGroup.Shared VS.LC.DLMin.License VS.LC.DLMin.LicenseGroup WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group VS.LC.ULMin.License VS.LC.ULMin.LicenseGroup WRFD-020101 Admission Control Group VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin. VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin.Licens WRFD-020101 Admission Control LicenseGroup eGroup VS.CE.ULMin.UlGroup Minimum Number of Uplink WRFD-020101 Admission Control CEs Consumed by All Cells in an Uplink Resource Group VS.CE.ULMax.UlGrou Maximum Number of Uplink WRFD-020101 Admission Control p CEs Consumed by All Cells in an Uplink Resource Group VS.AttRLSETUP.MAX The max number of RL Setup WRFD-020101 Admission Control Request per second VS.AttRLADD.MAX VS.AttRLRecfg.MAX The max number of RL Add Request per second The max number of RL Reconfiguration Preparation Requeset per second WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50342575

50342578 50342579 50342580

50342581

VS.DedicMeaRpt.MAX The max number of Dedicated WRFD-020101 Admission Control Measurement Reporting per second VS.CE.DLMin.Board Minimum Number of Downlink WRFD-020101 Admission Control CEs Consumed by a Baseband Board Maximum Number of WRFD-020101 Admission Control Downlink CEs Consumed by a Baseband Board Minimum Number of Uplink CEs Consumed by a Baseband Board Maximum Number of Uplink CEs Consumed by a Baseband Board WRFD-020101 Admission Control

50342584

50342585

VS.CE.DLMax.Board

50342586

VS.CE.ULMin.Board

50342587

VS.CE.ULMax.Board

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67179524

VS.RRC.Rej.Code.Con Number of RRC Connection g Rejects for Cell (Code Resource Congestion)

WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access

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Counter ID Counter Name

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name Bearer Establishment and Release

67179864

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB WRFD-020101 Admission Control Code.Cong Establishments for Cell (Code WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb Congestion) ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.C Number of Failed PS RAB WRFD-020101 Admission Control ode.Cong Establishments for Cell (Code WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb Congestion) ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release VS.RAC.NewCallReq Number of Cell Resource Requests During RAB Establishment for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67179967

67181071

67181072 67181073

VS.RAC.SHOCallReq Number of Cell Resource WRFD-020101 Admission Control Requests During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.ReconfigCallR Number of Cell Resource eq Requests Due to UE RAB Reconfiguration for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181074 67181075

VS.RAC.HHOCallReq Number of Cell Resource WRFD-020101 Admission Control Requests During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCa Number of Cell Resource llReq Requests During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallAcc Number of Successful Cell Resource Requests During RAB Establishment for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181076

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181077

VS.RAC.SHOCallAcc Number of Successful Cell Resource Requests During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.ReconfigCallA Number of Successful Cell cc Resource Requests Due to UE RAB Reconfiguration for Cell VS.RAC.HHOCallAcc Number of Successful Cell Resource Requests During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCa Number of Successful Cell

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181078

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181079

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67181080

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

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Counter ID Counter Name llAcc 67189859

Counter Description Resource Requests During Channel Type Switch for Cell

Feature ID

Feature Name

VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.Cod Number of Failed Requests e.Cong for Code Resources During HHO for Cell VS.RRC.Rej.ULCE.Co Number of RRC Connection ng Rejects for Cell (UL CE Resource Congestion)

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67190404

WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and

67190405

VS.RRC.Rej.DLCE.Co Number of RRC Connection ng Rejects for Cell (DL CE Resource Congestion)

67190406

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB ULCE.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL CE Congestion)

67190407

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB DLCE.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL CE Congestion)

67190408

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.U Number of Failed PS RAB LCE.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL CE Congestion)

67190409

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.D Number of Failed PS RAB LCE.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL CE Congestion)

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Counter ID Counter Name

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name Release

67191165 67191166 67191167 67191168 67191839

VS.LC.ULCreditUsed. Maximum Usage of UL Credit WRFD-020101 Admission Control Max for Cell VS.LC.ULCreditUsed. Minimum Usage of UL Credit WRFD-020101 Admission Control Min for Cell VS.LC.DLCreditUsed. Maximum Usage of DL Credit WRFD-020101 Admission Control Max for Cell VS.LC.DLCreditUsed. Minimum Usage of DL Credit WRFD-020101 Admission Control Min for Cell VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.UL Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control CE.Cong for UL CE Resources During DCCC for Cell VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DL Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control CE.Cong for DL CE Resources During DCCC for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULC Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control E.Cong for UL CE Resources During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLC Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control E.Cong for DL CE Resources During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.ULCE.Cong for Uplink CE Resources During RAB Establishment for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.DLCE.Cong for Downlink CE Resources During RAB Establishment for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULC Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control E.Cong for UL CE Resources During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLC Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control E.Cong for DL CE Resources During HHO for Cell VS.RRC.Rej.ULIUBBa Number of RRC Connection nd.Cong Rejects for Cell (UL Iub Bandwidth Congestion) WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release

67191840

67191841

67191842

67191843

67191844

67192492

67192493

67192608

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Counter ID Counter Name 67192609

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name

VS.RRC.Rej.DLIUBBa Number of RRC Connection nd.Cong Rejects for Cell (DL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release

67192610

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB DLIUBBand.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

67192611

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB ULIUBBand.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

67192612

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.D Number of Failed PS RAB LIUBBand.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

67192613

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.U Number of Failed PS RAB LIUBBand.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

67192916

VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission Fail.HSDPANum.Cong Due to HSDPA User Number 03 Control Exceeding Threshold During RAB Establishment for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010612 HSUPA Admission Fail.HSUPANum.Cong Due to HSUPA User Number 02 Control Exceeding Threshold During RAB Establishment for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.Cod Number of Failed Requests e.Cong for Code Resources During SHO for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192917

67192918

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Counter ID Counter Name 67192919

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name

VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULI Number of Failed Requests UBBand.Cong for UL Iub Transmission Resources During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLI Number of Failed Requests UBBand.Cong for DL Iub Transmission Resources During SHO for Cell

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192920

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192921

VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.HS Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010612 HSUPA Admission UPANum.Cong Control Due to HSUPA User Number 02 Exceeding Threshold During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.Co Number of Failed Requests de.Cong for DL Code Resources During DCCC for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192922

67192923

VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control ail.ULCE.Cong for UL CE Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control ail.DLCE.Cong for DL CE Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control ail.Code.Cong for Code Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests ail.ULIUBBand.Cong for UL Iub Transmission Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests ail.DLIUBBand.Cong for DL Iub Transmission Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192924

67192925

67192926

67192927

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192928

VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission ail.HSDPANum.Cong Due to HSDPA User Number 03 Control Exceeding Threshold During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010612 HSUPA Admission ail.HSUPANum.Cong Due to HSUPA User Number 02 Control Exceeding Threshold During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULI Number of Failed Requests UBBand.Cong for UL Iub Transmission Resources During HHO for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192929

67192930

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Counter ID Counter Name 67192931

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name

VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLI Number of Failed Requests UBBand.Cong for DL Iub Transmission Resources During HHO for Cell

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192932

VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HS Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission DPANum.Cong Control Due to HSDPA User Number 03 Exceeding Threshold During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HS Number of Failed Admissions WRFD-010612 HSUPA Admission UPANum.Cong Control Due to HSUPA User Number 02 Exceeding Threshold During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULP Number of Failed Requests ower.Cong for UL Power Resources During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLP Number of Failed Requests ower.Cong for DL Power Resources During SHO for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULP Number of Failed Requests ower.Cong for UL Power Resources During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLP Number of Failed Requests ower.Cong for DL Power Resources During HHO for Cell VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.UL Number of Failed Requests Power.Cong for UL Power Resources During DCCC for Cell VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DL Number of Failed Requests Power.Cong for DL Power Resources During DCCC for Cell WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192933

67192939

67192940

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192941

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192942

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192943

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192944

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67192945

VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control ail.ULPower.Cong for UL Power Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.F Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control ail.DLPower.Cong for DL Power Resources During Channel Type Switch for Cell VS.RRC.Rej.ULPower. Number of RRC Connection Cong Rejects for Cell (UL Power Congestion) WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and

67192946

67193609

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Counter ID Counter Name

Counter Description

Feature ID

Feature Name Release

67193610

VS.RRC.Rej.DLPower. Number of RRC Connection Cong Rejects for Cell (DL Power Congestion)

WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control WRFD-010510 3.4/6.8/13.6/27.2Kb ps RRC Connection and Radio Access Bearer Establishment and Release WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67193611

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB ULPower.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL Power Congestion)

67193612

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS. Number of Failed CS RAB DLPower.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL Power Congestion)

67193613

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.U Number of Failed PS RAB LPower.Cong Establishments for Cell (UL Power Congestion)

67193614

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.D Number of Failed PS RAB LPower.Cong Establishments for Cell (DL Power Congestion)

67199663

VS.RAC.UL.EqvUserN Mean Number of UL um Equivalent Voice UEs in CEL_DCH State for Cell VS.RAC.DL.EqvUserN Mean Number of DL um Equivalent Voice UEs in CEL_DCH State for Cell

67199664

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

67202567 67202570

VS.LC.ULCreditUsed. Mean Usage of UL Credit for WRFD-020101 Admission Control Mean Cell VS.LC.DLCreditUsed. Mean Usage of DL Credit for WRFD-020101 Admission Control

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Counter ID Counter Name Mean 67202921 73393830 VS.CPICH.MeanPwr

Counter Description Cell Average CPICH Power for Cell

Feature ID

Feature Name

WRFD-020101 Admission Control

VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEs Number of Failed HSDPA WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission tab.DLPower.Cong Control Service Establishments Due 03 to DL Power Insufficiency for Cell VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEs Number of Failed HSDPA tab.DLIUBBand.Cong Service Establishments Due to DL Iub Bandwidth Insufficiency for Cell WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission 03 Control

73393831

73393961

VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.ULPower.Cong for Uplink Power Resources in the RAB Setup Procedure for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.DLPower.Cong for Downlink Power Resources in the RAB Setup Procedure for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.Code.Cong for Code Resources in the RAB Setup Procedure for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.ULIUBBand.Cong for Uplink Iub Bandwidth Resources in the RAB Setup Procedure for Cell VS.RAC.NewCallReq. Number of Failed Requests WRFD-020101 Admission Control Fail.DLIUBBand.Cong for Downlink Iub Bandwidth Resources in the RAB Setup Procedure for Cell VS.HSUPA.UE.Max.Ce Maximum Number of HSUPA WRFD-010612 HSUPA Admission ll UEs in a Cell 02 Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

73393962

73393963

73393964

73393965

73403761

73403763

VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Ce Maximum Number of HSDPA WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission ll UEs in a Cell 03 Control WRFD-020101 Admission Control

73423469 73441142

VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Ce Maximum Number of Free ll.Free HSDPA Users in a Cell VS.HSDPA.UE.Mean.C Average Number of Free ell.Free HSDPA Users in a Cell

WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission 03 Control WRFD-010610 HSDPA Admission 03 Control

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6 Glossary

6 Glossary
For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see the Glossary.

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7 Reference Documents

7 Reference Documents
[1] Load Control Feature Parameter Description [2] HSDPA Feature Parameter Description [3] Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description [4] Radio Bearers Feature Parameter Description [5] MBMS Feature Parameter Description

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