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MOTOROLA equipment commonly used commands

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please press Ctrl + F to find what you wanted. MOTOROLA equipment: 1.GSM 900 common command set: 1) BTS OR BSC commonly used commands > Disp_site see BTS station number > Disp_act # see warning > Disp_cell_s # to see the base station call each sector the situation is accounted for on the channel (3 different sectors of the BCCH FREQ) > Disp_equ # see if the station data > State # dri * * look at the carrier frequency is up, when the ALARM BAR is NONE, that enter the state of BU > Disp_rtf_ch # * * look at the occupancy status of TIMESLOT > Chg_l (3stooges 4beatles) change the password to enter the LEVEL2, LEVEL3. > Lock # dri (msi mms gclk ksw, etc.) * * lock # pchn * * # (ts): lock timeslot > Unlock # dri (msi mms gclk ksw, etc.) * * unlock # pchn * * # (ts): unlock timeslot > Ins # dri (mms msi gclk ksw, etc.) * *: to enter the service state. > State # dev (dri msi mms gclk, etc.) to see the state > Disp_p # read processor state. > Disp_bss look at the code (BCCH transmit power). > Disp_cal # dri * * see carrier frequency linear.

> Disp_equ # dev (rtf dri msi gclk, etc.): see devices data > Disp_mms_ts_usage # * * see transmission. > Reattempt_pl # 0 tone clock (when GCLK PHASE LOCK FAIL appears) > Iir_mod 7 30h: upload object code from mcu to PCMCIA card. (To operate the MMIEMON%) > State 0 site * *: see all sites' status of BSC. > In the BSC or BTS RESET, press CTRL + N into the MMI-EMON% state, see GPROC process, and then CTRL + N retreat out. > Rlogin 1 0115H Login BSC 0115H PROCESSOR, press CTRL + D to exit BSC (MMIEMON% in the next login). > State 0 rsl * * to see whether the communication link for all SITE, General for the 64K LINK. > Disp_equ 0 path # 0 SITE of the MMS port to see the path. > Status 0 on or status_mode 0 on / off on / off the alarm status of the BSC. > Chg_rtf_freq <freq> <site> 0 0 located within the district of the frequency carrier. > Swap_devices # <old device> * * <new device> * * Switch primary / backup devices. > Disp_neighbor <src_cell_desc> [<neighbor_cell_id> | "all"]: display information of a specific neighbor cell or all neighbor cells. > Device_audit: audit test and display status of audit. > Disp_bss_conn: display which RXCDR MMS is connected to which BSC MMS. > Disp_time chg_time <year> <month> <hour> <minute> <second>: New station irrigation data, should CHANGE TIME to the current time, otherwise they will LOADING FAIL. > Disp_cell MNC LAC CI: LOOK SITE'S CELL'S BSAE DATA. (+ ALL) > Disp_ele to see parameters of the device can change parameters (such as: opc dpc cell_number, etc.) Example: disp_ele opc 0 > Chg_ele change device parameters. > Status_mode

status_mode 3 5 Example 3: Disable status notification for all equipped sites. 1 to 120 Specifies a BTS. * Satellite systems should use a value 1.. . <mode> "off" disable functioning. > Dynet_retry_time: The dynet_retry_time parameter specifies the amount of time. "All" Specifies all locations. status_mode 6 on Example 2: Display current status modes for sites 3 and 5. status_mode all off. measured in milliseconds..Command: status_mode <location> [<location> . The retry value affects call setup and handover times.35 seconds. <location> "bsc" or 0 Specifies the BSC. "On" enable functioning. such as 1.2 seconds greater. "All" cannot be part of a list. This parameter only applies to sites that support dynamic allocation. Satellites introduce a one way delay of 600 milliseconds.] [<mode>] Function: Display or enable / disable device or function status notification Security Level: Can be executed from any security level. that the BTS waits for a response from the BSC when the BTS requests a terrestrial backing source. * Systems that do not use satellites should use the minimum retry value of 150 milliseconds. Example 1: Enable CA state change status notification for site 6. Sysgen Mode: Can be executed in or out of sysgen mode. The value for the parameter depends on whether satellites are used to connect the BSC to the BTS.

into the adjacent cell is used to indicate the most low value NEIGHBOUR LIST. 2) DATABASE adjustment <chg_element> > Rxlev_min_cell This is a HO parameter. The possible settings are slave and master.5KM. and the calibration mode exited. use it to control the adjustment of the signal caused by switching threshold level value. location is cell id . > Ms_max_range This parameter is used to control traffic base station coverage. > Modify CELL RTF FREQUENCY (BCCH). > Max_tx_bts This is a base station transmit power control parameters. each of said OFFSET 2dB attenuation. > Ho_margin the parameters are set when the ADD NEIGHBOR.0 or 1 (phase_lock_gclk funcation off or on). Enter y when ready. or a to abort test y If the user replies with anything other than y. should be under in CONFIGURATION BSSRTF directory changes.and 0 to 3 keys until the measured frequency .> Hdsl_modem_setting: This parameter changes the setting of an integrated HDSL modem. * Adjust the OCXO control voltage using the + / . 3) Calibration GCLK COMMAND disp_eq state # gclk * * disp_ele phase_lock_gclk <location> chg_ele phase_lock_gclk <flag> <location> clear_gclk_avgs <location> <gclk id> <Flag --.incell mcell mcu gclk calibration * At the MMI-RAM 1015 prompt type: gclk_cal_mode The gclk_cal_mode command is used to tell the sync function and MCU software that a calibration is to be performed. the range of 063. each OFFSET said 0. the command is aborted. * The user will then be prompted with the following: Frequency Counter Connected.>---.

Values other than this may indicate a poor OCXO. * On completion the user should ensure that the Calibration Gain is between 0 and 1. enter the measured frequency value from the counter after the value has settled in response to the MMI prompts. weven though the microcell is the correct cell for the call to be in. Therefore. chg_element adap_rxlev. To avoid this problem. To prevent this variation. handover margin. The trigger point may therefore be different for different carriers. * Type 3: arroud the corner handover The current type 3 handover algorithm is based on absolute level thresholds and does not take the changing transmit power from the BTS into account. this optimization forces the type 3 handover threshold to be in terms of path loss instead of absolute level.is exactly 8000. The most common error is in reading the counter when locating the decimal point by eye. uplink and downlink quality handovers. chg_element adap_ho_pbgt. this optimization causes the type 5 handover algorithm to ignore the level threshold when the power budget between the serving cell and the neighbour cell meets a new. Example: To set the new type 5 handover margin in neighbouring cell 0010112 of cell 0010114 to 10. gain. (3. and uplink and downlink level handovers.865560e-01) 4) handover algorithm * Type 1: adaptive handover Adaptive handovers have been implemented for power budget handovers. etc. the handover point for type 3 neighbours varies depending on the dynamic status of the transmitted power. chg_element pathloss_type3_ho * Type 5: hand-down calls from macrocells to microcells Since hand-downs are based on a relatively high threshold (based on the outdoor situation) a hand-down from a macrocell to a microcell might not take place.5. or an error in performing the procedure.000000 Hz. * Save the results by typing s * To calibrate the OCXO. settable. enter the following: modify_neighbor 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 ho_margin_type5 10 Note: .

68 0.2 15 22 28 35. ANT emission generally 100W.79 0.9 8.5 43 Channel utilization 0. J16.3W.41 0. 50dBm (room gain) TCU in the TX POWER generally 42dBm .J14 for the base station in the "0" mouth. ANT reflected power can not be greater than 0. (7) TOUBLE SHOOTING .73 0.57 0. (5) power: the power to ensure that each sector of the same. (2) Full Rate Traffic Channel traffic (blocking rate of 2%) District prepared to receive machine 1234567 Business Channels 7142230374553 Volume of business "ERL" 2.(1) is 155M Optical fiber bundle. (6) adjusting the PIX (EAS external alarm) when.17 w.J8 to "1" port. J2 for the base station of the "0" mouth.81 (3) Devices as used in commands BSP: BASE SITE PROCESSOR (AT BSC) BTP: BASE TRANCEIVER PROCESSOR (AT BTS) CBL: CELL BROADCAST LINK CBUS: CLOCK BUS CIC: CIRCUIT IDENTITY CODE DHP: DIGITAL RADIO HOST PROCESSOR DRI: DIGITAL RADIO INTERFACE EAS: EXTERNAL ALARM SYSTEM MTL: MESSAGE TRANSFER LINK PBUS: PROCESSOR (MCAP) BUS PCHN: PHYSICAL CHANNEL RSL: RADIO SYSTEM LINK (ABIS) SBUS: SERIAL BUS TBUS: TDM BUS TDM: TIME DIVISION MULTIPLEX XBL: RXCDR TO BSC FAULT MANAGEMENT LINK (4) MCELL SITE in the T43 # J1. urban general 17.5W 15W suburbs 18W. J7.J17 "1 "port. that is a bunch of fiber optic cable can carry 77 SITE. INCELL SITE T43 # J13.76 0. TCU should already be BU.

* All channels at full power. (10) The command tcu_clock 0 forces the TCU onto fibre link A for its reference clock source (11) DLNBs obtain a +12 V DC supply from RX2 of the TCU_B (12) Handover / Power control feature implemention Handover and power control features in the BSS affect the cell sites. IADU SWITCH only use it to expand a DLNB only in that one on the set SWITCH "ON" For signal transmission. * Missing report. Features which affect the GSR4 BSS software include: * Receive quality measurements processing. EXT2 port is used when. and CHANNEL_RECONFIGURATION_SWITCH feature is turned on. * Handover decision algorithm (algorithms). not outgoing. * When the base station SDCCH average occupancy within the sector for too long. (9) Antenna lightning: a lightning rod antenna 45 'to avoid the cloud-to-under. as well as obstruction. * Directed retry / congestion relief. * Fast initial MS power down. (8) IADU SWITCH Only MCELL base station EXT1. Can be turned off and reset the CHANNEL_RECONFIGURATION_SWITCH all the carrier frequency.* When in a range of mobile phone base station can not incoming. . which returned to normal. it is the best in 30' the next. but could not avoid the lightning. you can reset to the carrier frequency. * Power control. * SDCCH handovers. * Microcellular handovers.

. The hold frequency mode is a transitional mode (typically 10 seconds) until the set frequency mode is activated by the software. * RXQUAL handover microcell enhancements. * Congestion relief.048 MHz reference should fail.* Handover performance statistics enhancements. on an original GPROC. (This is after the transitional hold frequency mode). This feature increases the LCF capacity on a GPROC2. The number of BTS sites is also increased from a maximum of eight BTS sites (15 RSLs). 250 cells. on an original GPROC. ----( GSR4 ). At 2% blocking on the air interface. to two MTLs on a GPROC2. (13) The BSS supports up to 100 BTS sites. Alternatively. it may be connected via a 64 kbit / s cross-connect in the RXCDR. The OXCO in free run mode will produce a clock output accurate to 0. During this time the GCLK is in free run mode and the input to the DAC is set to 80 (hex).---( one BSC) (14) The CBL (CELL broadcast link) can be connected directly from the X. this corresponds to approximately 820 Erlangs of traffic. The set frequency mode allows the software to use the LTA to set the DAC to control the output of the OXCO during loss of the 2.544 MHz or 2. This mode uses the last 8 bit word output from the ADC to set the DAC. or around 33 000 subscribers (at 25mE per subscriber ). * BA lists. The MTL limit has been increased from a maximum of one MTL.25 network into the BSC via an E1/T1 link. a 30 minute warm-up period is required for the ovenised crystal oscillator (OXCO) to reach the correct operating temperature.544 MHz reference signal. 384 carriers and 1920 trunks.05ppm. * Closed loop. (15) GCLK MODE There are four GCLK board operational modes: * Free run. to 15 BTS sites (29 RSLs) on a GPROC 2.048 MHz or 1. When a GCLK is inserted into the digital cage (or on power up). The value 80 (hex) cannot be changed. * Set frequency. The hold frequency mode is used to maintain a specific clock frequency in the event that the 1. * Hold frequency.

Internal HDSL modems default as Master on MMS0 and Slave on MMS1. and are required to be Slave modems. The time spent in this state is dependant on the hardware revision level of the GCLK board. and is used to confirm that the GCLK output is stable within the GSM specification for the set period (2 / 10 minutes). * HDSL modems either operate as a Master or as a Slave. Get performance data usr / gsm / ne_data / pm_reports / tabular username: mtoptr password: mt1999 . Get 002 code usr / gsm / ne_data / dbroot / (1).get data 1). BSS / BSS specific (2). External Remote HDSL Modems can provide a HDSL to E1 conversion for connecting the HDSL to other network equipment. The NIU automatically selects the type of interface to use. (16) HDSL Application * The connections supported by the HDSL interface are best applied in microcellular applications where a relatively large number of sites that are to be interconnected are located in a small area. These External Remote Modems are controlled using the HDSL link from the NIU. enabling daisy chain BTS configurations to be realised. Each HDSL link requires one Master at one end and a Slave at the other end. either E1 or HDSL. 2. Once this state is reached (that is. dependent on which interface has been utilized. the output is within GSM specifications) the second sub state is activated. # The frequency lock state is again dependent on the GCLK hardware revision level. RXCDR / RXCDR specific 2).Within the closed loop mode there are two sub-modes or states: # The acquiring frequency lock state is the operating condition where the GCLK PLL output is converging towards the long term frequency of the E1/T1 link.

QZ_UNICOM username: omcadmin password: Qmcadmin msg_send 80 0 0 0 1978h SO get performance data (to a: floppy) XTERM interface in the input volcheck . cd / usr / gsm / ne * / pm * / de *-.PM REPORT transferred to the A disk is used to copy PM REPORT CP file name / f * / f * command. Site data structure equ site equ cab add_cell bsic =* * ccch_conf = 0 (non_combine max_number_sdcchs_preferred = 8 <multi>) or ccch_conf = 1 (combine number_sdcchs_preferred = 8 +1 / 2 * 8 <multi>) eq 0 path eq 0 rsl eq # rtf . set the output data type and time. 3. SO set performance referance In PERFORMANT interface operation.DATA SETUP 1). (2) cd f * / f * or ls f * / f *: look a: disk's file list. mv file name / f * / f *-.A plate to confirm the existence of OMCR. Note: (1) omcr reboot operation: stop + a and then enter boot.all the columns into the PM REPORT items.

click btsdata where bsc.eq # dri add_neighbor 2). enter the batch * Click the necessary directories. Batch data process * For data * The data to be copied to the directory batch volcheck cd / f * / f * ls ----. find and click the filename. Del site data stage del_n all 4 6 0 0 1 LAC CI del_n 4 6 0 0 1 LAC CI all lock site # lock dri * * uneq dri * * uneq rtf * * lock rsl uneq rsl uneq path del_cell uneq site 3).view all filename cp filename / usr / gsm / groble / batch * Access to relogin. and then determine the output directory .

cage. NEIGHBOR. IAS. but also can change the data here Note: 1) hardware device: cabinet. OMF (OMF GPROC Functions) 3) logical links: RSL. processor (gproc bsp csfp). FREQHOPSYS. SMSCBMSG. DIR. exceptions include the: * Database. these Code Object files are read-only. * Executive. * Object list. lan. These downloaded Code Object Files are received by all the processors resident in a cabinet and stored in the processor RAM. TDM 2) sofeware function: BTF. . * Options database.* Click on the run. ksw. gclk. such as the BSS radio subsystem software and BSS call processing software. which are downloaded into a site by a variety of methods. * Library files. 6) layer 1: Physical channel hardware layer layer 2: protocol layer layer 3: Application layer 7) Channel reconfiguration * Conditions for TCH to SDCCH reconfiguration to occur: # Number of SDCCHs after reconfiguration must not exceed max_number_of_sdcch. called Code Objects. HANDOVER CONTROL. CELL. Each Code Object File has the capability of becoming a system application process. EAS. PATH 4) Radio Frequency: RTF. With the exception of the Executive. POWER CONTROL INTERFERLG (INTERFERENCE algorithm-interference calculation rule) 5) Code object The Motorola BSS software is made up of a number of different files. LCF. msi.

. test and optimize routes before the test to be exactly the same route. * Conditions for SDCCH to TCH reconfiguration to occur: # Total number of SDCCHs after the reconfiguration must not be lower than number_sdcch_preferred. # Current number of idle TCHs must be greater than tch_full_need_low_water_mark. * In XCDR after the equip bsc msi should be a corresponding increase in channel (add_channel) 4. test. # Present number of free SDCCHs must be greater than sdcch_need_low_water_mark.DRIVE TEST entire urban areas. Adjusted test and analysis 1). disp_bss_conn) * Equip bsc msi occur after "remote alarm oos device" can use the command "chg_ele mms_config_type 0or1 0 Then reset the appropriate board on it.1-XCDR .xcdr between the link and bss_conn (disp_link. # Sdcch_need_low_water_mark number_sdcch_preferred 8) BSC & XCDR Database note * Equip bsc msi MSI should pay attention to the type (0-MSI .2-GDP) and the MSI properties (cases) are: modify_value 0 nbit 0 mms 35 0 0 modify_value 0 ber_oos_mon_period 1 mms 35 0 0 modify_value 0 ber_restore_mon_period 6000 mms 35 0 0 (a MTL of the MSI board MMS port should be 1200) modify_value 0 phase_lock_duration 0 mms 35 0 0 modify_value 0 mms_priority 0 mms 35 0 0 (with OML's MMS port should be 255 <main> 254 <Preparation>) * It should be noted bsc .# Idle number of free SDCCHs must be lower than sdcch_need_high_water_mark. Drive test .

. FH unit consists of a switch module. Timer unit is based on the clock from the main unit (MCLU) to the frame clock on the exchange Time interface to read and write. does not meet the requirements of GSM frequency hopping (less than a switching guard time slot About 0. 3).3 microseconds). TXPWR file. so the base station system uses GSM baseband frequency hopping. 5. evaluation.EXPORT by TEMS in the LOG file into the FMT file. TEMSMATE software into RXLEV.Each phone hold for two minutes. TXPWR diagram. to STA file. Realize there are two frequency hopping scheme. Switching module to allow according to the control from the processor unit of a frame A time slot to send the exchange of information on request to the appropriate carrier frequency. 2). TA.The FMT files into the corresponding through TMS2N97 RXLEV. Extracurricular books for reference 1) frequency-hopping unit According to GSM recommendations. the base station's frequency-hopping radio channel for each physical channel is based. 10 seconds apart between the two phones. Based on the above test data. the base station system. RXQUAL. each transceiver (TRX) Should be based on physical channel used for communication in each time slot on a different frequency hopping scheme according to the jump. while the main processor unit is receiving from the master clock (MCLU) to the frame number (FN) and from the OMU (operation and maintenance unit) . Get the system adjusted OMC statistics . . to a time slot to the corresponding wireless signal switching frequency up to achieve frequency hopping. the adjusted system analysis. .PERFORMENCE DATA. and its basic principle is the carrier frequency in the frame unit and between units by adding a time slot for the Based exchange unit. TA. the main processor and the time from the unit. with different colors represent different values.LOG file with the FICS software for statistics. base-band Frequency hopping and frequency hopping synthesizers. RXQUAL. But the switching frequency hopping synthesizers for too long. therefore..

Each processor is a complete UNIX system. * A GUI Server that is configured as an MMI. 6.to the hopping Serial number. * Command line interface. The UNIX-based system utilities are executed at the command line of an Xterm window. it uses oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) To generate the reference frequency source. to control the switching module from the processor to achieve the exchange of control. 3) The OMC performs the following functions: . the exchange calculated for each time slot interface configuration parameters. comprising the following: * A System Processor. 2) frequency master clock unit (MFGE / MCLU) GSM provides recommendations.OMC-R 1) The Scaleable OMC system configuration is shown in Figure 1-2. * A laser printer 2) The OMC MMI has two user interfaces to operate the OMC system: * The Graphical User Interface (GUI). BTS baseband part of the wireless segment and should use the same reference clock source for the wireless part and the baseband part of the same frequency Time accuracy. It is suitable for GSM networks with low-end (5k) or high-end (20k) traffic channels (TCHs). * Several MMI processors (which also provide colour operator workstations). The GUI presents the user with a Front Panel displaying icons that represent all the modules of the OMC. So each base transceiver station BTS configuration of two frequency generator unit as a primary backup.

* A historical record of network performance. This is all done using the O & M data packets sent to / from the NE. performing fault handling. * Quality of service measurement and analysis.* Direct management of BSS and RXCDR and the links between them. 4) Performance note event (1) Performance Management (PM) allows the operator to produce and collect performance related data from Network Elements (NEs). * Monitoring of events and alarms. * Efficient network management and planning. the BSSs and RXCDRs. Performance measurements include traffic measurements within the telecommunications . and stored as a PM data file. NE software uploading and downloading. PM provides the operator with the information necessary to perform the following network management functions: * Monitoring of network traffic and equipment loading.000 traffic channels for the Scaleable OMC. * Fault management. * Provides a centralized facility for network management of up to 64 NEs with up to 20. and performance data collection and reporting for all the NE under its control. (2) performance management Performance data is generated at the BSS and the RXCDR. NE re-configuration. * Device management of statistics for any cell under OMC control. * Management of the NE devices associated with the links (on the RXCDR side) between the MSC. and present the information in report format.

(4) custom statistics manipulation (self-defined statistical operation) A summary of how a new custom statistic is created is described below: * Select Custom Statistics Manipulation from the Performance Management window.Save As from the menu bar and. The OMC processing software (known as the parser) then converts the data in the files into raw statistics suitable for storing in the INFORMIX database at the OMC.system (both user and signalling traffic). * Select File . or the running of a previously saved selection with or without modifications. Raw Statistics can be selected using the left mouse button. quality of service measurements (delays in call setup) and availability measurements (the beginning and end times of service unavailability). and for performing device management operations. the Custom Statistics Manipulation window is opened * Select File .New. * Select the required device from the Device Type menu. enter a name for the new custom statistic 5) configuration management Configuration management at the OMC provides a centralized facility for performing the following tasks: . the PM files are sent to the OMC. At 30 or 60 minute intervals (defined by the user). * Enter a suitable description in the Description field located at the end of the window. (3) The selections window (performance) The Selections window is the starting point for the creation of a new report. when prompted. The Statistics Manipulation window is displayed. select the required Raw Statistic and the required formulae relationships from the buttons located between the two list boxes in the centre of the window. * To create a Custom Statistic formula. The relationship between the selected Raw Statistics and the Custom Statistic is displayed within the Formula list box.

. To swap a code load. The database can be loaded onto the OMC using the load_db script and then moved into the CSFP directory using the activate_db script. The progress can be monitored on the CSFP Status form. * NE operational database backup (monitoring and aborting only). Monitoring the progress of objects downloading via the Download Status window. select the required NE from the Software Load Management window. A dialogue box is displayed. then select CSFP . * Supplemental download. monitoring and aborting). * Fallback (return) to backup database The fallback_db utility automatically performs a fallback to a specified backup database for a specific NE (<NE_Name>). The dialogue box also displays the load name and load version that will be installed at the BSC. * Download monitoring The main methods used to monitor the CSFP download are: Monitoring the download events via the Event window. * NE software load management. SITES that contain a CSFP device boot from the software installed at this device. SITES that do not contain a CSFP device download software from the BSC and boot with this new software. On clicking OK. * NE software download: * Conventional download (monitoring and aborting only). the changes are executed. requesting confirmation.* Network configuration. * CSFP (Code Storage Facility Processor) download (initiating. The result of this operation is displayed on the status line of this form. 6) load management * The database to be downloaded must be loaded using the activate_db script. * Swap codeload The Swap CodeLoad option causes a fast reset of the NE. * Network re-configuration.Swap Code Load from the menu bar.

* Database status The following list details the status of the operational database in the OMC and BSS. The batch_rlogin utility enables the operator at the OMC to execute multiple BSS MMI commands from a pre-edited file via a remote login connection to a NE (BSS or RXCDR). view. frequency replans. (See also: adding a BSS can be entered into the CM MIB by running an Audit procedure. edit and run batch files. smaller changes. The batch window allows the user to select. * DataGen DataGen is a GSM product used to create BSS databases off-line. (dbDDMMYYYYhhmmss). this reduces the size to 250 Kb. such as changing parameters.A template file is available to allow easy access to add BTS on line. Backup databases for NEs are contained in backup directories. The command file is a text file containing a sequence of BSS MMI commands. can be performed directly via Detailed Views. Batch is available both as a GUI and as a utility. for example.5 Mb of memory. DataGen is generally used to make major changes to a network. A BSS configuration database uses approximately 4. DataGen runs on its own SPARC and can be integrated with the OMC if they are both on the same LAN. and future versions in an Informix database. The batch_rlogin utility has a user interface which can be selected from the RLogin window .) * The batch_rlogin utility (Remote login window) This facility uses a command file to execute a sequence of BSS MMI commands. current. which can be run from the UNIX command line. All backup databases on the OMC are automatically compressed to save disk space. then they are downloaded to the live BSSs. These databases can be transferred to the OMC. DataGen can store past. which can be run from the UNIX command line. The contents of the BatchInput file are: . Alternatively it can be run as a Motorola utility. in $ DBROOT / NETYPE / NEspecific / <NE_Name>. A backup of the active database and a fallback database are maintained at the OMC for each node in the network. which can be sent to the BSS and executed at any convenient time. upgrades to the BSS software. batch_rlogin. batch_rlogin. and network expansion.

# Demonstration (demonstration) of batch facility # Command file disp_time state 0 OML 1 0 0 # End of commands ************************************************ This example describes the KSWX fiber optic connections for a standard 4 cage expanded BSC with redundancy. CAGE 0: KSW 0 0 and KSW 0 1 (KSW Pair 0) are equipped in CAGE 0 KSWX in slot U21 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U21 KSWX in slot U22 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U21 KSWX in slot U23 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U21 KSWX in slot U9 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U9 KSWX in slot U8 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U9 KSWX in slot U7 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U9 CAGE 1: KSW 1 0 and KSW 1 1 (KSW pair 1) are equipped in CAGE 1 KSWX in slot U21 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U21 KSWX in slot U22 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U22 KSWX in slot U23 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U22 KSWX in slot U9 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U9 KSWX in slot U8 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U8 . The chg_ksw_config commands for configuring the expanded setup are described.

KSWX in slot U7 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U8 CAGE 2: KSW 2 0 and KSW 2 1 (KSW pair 2) are equipped in CAGE 2 KSWX in slot U21 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U22 KSWX in slot U22 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U22 KSWX in slot U23 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U23 KSWX in slot U9 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U8 KSWX in slot U8 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U8 KSWX in slot U7 is connected to KSWX in cage 3 slot U7 CAGE 3: KSW 3 0 and KSW 3 1 (KSW pair 3) are equipped in CAGE 3 KSWX in slot U21 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U23 KSWX in slot U22 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U23 KSWX in slot U23 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U23 KSWX in slot U9 is connected to KSWX in cage 0 slot U7 KSWX in slot U8 is connected to KSWX in cage 1 slot U7 KSWX in slot U7 is connected to KSWX in cage 2 slot U7 The commands for configuring the expansion are: chg_ksw_config 0 0 0 1 2 3 chg_ksw_config 0 1 1 0 2 3 chg_ksw_config 0 2 1 2 0 3 chg_ksw_config 0 3 1 2 3 0 ************************************************** ****** .

Layer 1 interface.Abis interface. 4.The RSS includes five processes: 1. 2.Layer 2 protocol.Handover Detection and Power Control . 3.Configuration and fault management. 5.

inner cell carriers are used for mobile units closely located to a base station. new handover and assignment algorithms need to be developed. This problem is illustrated in FIG. 1 below. novel frequency planning techniques must be employed by system operators if these operators are to provide sufficient capacity to support high volumes of traffic (per square kilometre) in densely populated (city) environments. while outer cell carriers are used for the more distantly located mobile units. It is therefore necessary to ensure that a mobile unit is not handed to an inner cell carrier when that mobile unit is in a pool of coverage away from the base station. in order to use the concept of concentric cells effectively. Concentric cells A concentric cell will have frequencies assigned to it that exhibit good interference isolation when a mobile user is closely located (proximal) to a base station in a coverage area. However. otherwise the mobile unit could suffer co-channel interference. the allocation of traffic to these "carrier" frequencies needs to be carefully controlled to ensure that these carriers are only used at acceptable levels of C/I. such as time division multiplexed communication systems. at the limits of the coverage area.CONCENTRIC CELL HANDOVER AND ASSIGNMENT ALGORITHMS February 6. 1996 by G Eastwick & J Hopkinson Introduction With the rapid growth of cellular systems. As such. Handover and Assignment Algorithm When using concentric cells (or a system employing low power transmission in the vicinity of a base station). This paper describes an improved handover and assignment algorithm. . One such technique is the use of a concentric cell system in which different frequency re-use patterns may be employed between a macro (upper) level and a concentric (lower) level. Bearing in mind the limited (and fixed) spectrum available to each communication system operator. it is becoming increasingly difficult to provide sufficient capacity in busy city centres using conventional frequency reuse techniques. these frequencies will suffer severe interference and will therefore be unusable. However.

2) where: Y is the operator definable margin. One possible algorithm is given below: y y Check if the radio signal level from the serving cell exceeds the GSM parameter (RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN + X). 1) where X is the additional signal level margin defined by a system operator. and (eqn. In mathematical form.Proposed Algorithm The concept behind the proposed algorithm is to estimate co-channel interference likely to be experienced by a mobile unit (at its current position) on an inner cell carrier in response to signal level measurements for outer cell channels that are known to possess co-channel inner cell carriers (frequencies). and If the radio signal level of the serving cell exceeds the linear average signal level of all specified neighbouring cells by an amount Y (where Y is an operator definable margin similar to X). where: RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN is the minimum allowable received signal level at a mobile unit required for access to the communication system through a base station (as specified in GSM rec. a handover/assignment to the inner cell carrier is triggered if: Serving cell radio signal level > RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN + X (eqn. This technique is possible since the inner and outer cell carriers share the same antenna. As will be understood. Summary . then a handover/assignment is allowed to take place to a proposed inner cell because the very strong radio signal level measured at the mobile unit indicates that the mobile unit is in close proximity to the base station. and thus the signal level on the inner cell carriers can be directly determined from measurements of the outer cell carriers.08). 5. 5. an ith Neighbour is a neighbouring cell known to possess a co-channel inner cell carrier. the specified neighbouring cells will be those cells with inner cell frequencies likely to give co-channel interference to the proposed inner cell.08) and X is an additional signal level margin defined by a system operator and is specified such as to require a mobile unit to have a stronger radio signal level that the minimum level specified in GSM rec. and all levels are measured in dBm.

the algorithm enables a more aggressive frequency reuse pattern to be established for the inner (concentric) cell frequencies and hence increases a volume of traffic that can be carried by a network (whilst retaining the same number of frequencies and site locations). The algorithm can be also used to effect a handover from the inner cell to the macro level before interference is experienced.This proposed algorithm will therefore prevent a mobile unit handing into (or being assigned to) an inner cell/carrier if that mobile unit is likely to suffer from interference from nearby co-channel (inner) cells. . As such.

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