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UMTS Feature Description

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Function Introduction

Why to Perform Admission Control

When to Perform Admission Control

Avoid system overload, ensure system stability


Access as many services as possible
RRC, RAB setup, Handover, DRBC

What to Perform in Admission Control

Uplink interference
Downlink power
Channelization code resources
CE resource

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Related Measurement

Uplink interference

RTWP common measurement on lub interface


Report period of RTWP: 2s
Uplink back noise

Automatic back noise Measurement (BckNoiseAdjSwh)


initial back noise (OriBckNoise)

Downlink power

TCP common measurement on lub interface


Report period of RTWP: 2s
Predict P (required real-time P-CPICH Ec/No)

RRC connection setup - measurement on RACH


Intra-RNC handover - reported in events
Other cases - CpichEcNo configured in the OMC

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Parameter Configuration

Downlink admission threshold (Pthreshold)

Pthreshold= MAXDlTxPwr* DchDlAcThresh

Admission Procedure

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission
Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Parameter Configuration

Uplink admission threshold (Ithreshold)

Ithreshold= N0+ DchUlAcThresh

Admission Procedure

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Case 1: DL Power Admission

Prerequisites

All network elements satisfy global prerequisites.


NodeB is configured 1+1+1 with 1 Baseband Units.
Cell1 belongs to RNC1/NodeB1.
Cell1 supports HSDPA+HSUPA+R99.
Set appropriate Ptx power access threshold, so that
only one pair CS12.2K can be established before DL
Ptx reaches the admission threshold.
The function of DL admission control is enabled.
Rel99 UE1, UE2, UE3 and UE4 camp in cell1 in idle
mode.
UE3 and UE4 are subscribed as
queueing_not_allowed.

Case 1: DL Power Admission

Test Steps

UE1 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call to UE2 in


cell1. The call is set up successfully.
UE3 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call in cell1 to
UE4, because after the UE3 access in cell1 the DL
power will larger than the admission threshold, so
UE3 is rejected due to cell1 DL power.

Parameter Configuration

Obtain the basic priority from this table using traffic


class, ARP and THP (QoS parameters configured in
RAB Request message by CN):

Parameter Configuration

Set appropriate Ptx power access threshold, so that only one


pair CS12.2K can be established before DL Ptx reaches the
admission threshold:

Parameter Configuration

The function of DL admission control is enabled:

Test Result Analysis

UE1 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call to UE2 in cell1. The


call is set up successfully;

UE3 and UE4, Subscribed as queueing_not_allowed

UE3 Makes a Call to UE4, Rejected due to DL


Power Shortage

Outline
Feature Description

Function Introduction
Related Measurement
Downlink Power-Based Admission Control
Uplink Interference-Based Admission Control

Case Study
DL Power Admission
UL Interference Admission

Case 2: UL Interference Admission

Prerequisites

All network elements satisfy global prerequisites.


Cell1 belongs to RNC1/NodeB1.
Cell1 supports HSDPA+HSUPA+R99.
Rel99 UE1, UE2, UE3 and UE4 camp in cell1 in idle
mode.

Case 2: UL Interference Admission

Test Steps

UE1 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call to UE2 in


cell1. The call is set up successfully.
UE3 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call in cell1 to
UE4, because after the UE3 access in cell1 the UL
Interference will larger than the admission threshold,
so UE3 is rejected due to cell1 UL Interference
shortage.

Parameter Configuration

The Background Noise Adjust Switch is set as


Open:

Parameter Configuration

Set appropriate UL Interference overload threshold of cell1, so


that only one pair CS12.2K can be established before UL
Interference reaches the admission threshold:

Parameter Configuration

The function of UL admission control is enabled:

Test Result Analysis

UE1 makes an originating AMR 12.2K call to UE2 in cell1. The


call is set up successfully.

UE3 and UE4, Subscribed as


queueing_not_allowed

UE3 call UE4, Rejected due to UL Interference


Shortage

Q&A

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