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PCI Planning for LTE

PCI Planning for LTE

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One frame (10 ms) 6 resource blocks (72 center sub-carriers) PSS SSS Two synchronization signals transmitted once every 5 ms Primary Synchronization Signal (PSS) ◦ Subframe #0 and #5 ◦ Mapped on 72 subcarriers in the middle of the band ◦ OFDM symbol #6 ◦ Subframe #0 and #5 ◦ Mapped on 72 subcarriers in the middle of the band ◦ OFDM symbol #5 Secondary Synchronization Signal (SSS) .

One frame (10 ms) 6 resource blocks (72 center sub-carriers) PSS SSS Two synchronization signals transmitted once every 5 ms Primary Synchronization Signal (PSS) ◦ Subframe #1 and #6 ◦ Mapped on 72 subcarriers in the middle of the band ◦ OFDM symbol #2 ◦ Subframe #0 and #5 ◦ Mapped on 72 subcarriers in the middle of the band ◦ OFDM symbol #13 Secondary Synchronization Signal (SSS) .

Detection of carrier frequency PSS Detection of SCH symbol timing Identification of cell ID (0-2) Detection of radio frame timing SSS Detection of cell ID group (0-167) ⇒ PCI Detection of MIMO & CP configuration Read System Info & RS ◦ timing ◦ sequence ◦ frequency shift .

Group #0 PCI0 PCI1 PCI2 Group #1 PCI3 PCI4 ID5 Group #2 PCI6 PCI7 PCI8 Group #167 PCI501 PCI502PCI503 PSS signal ◦ 3 different sequences called Physical-Layer Identities (02) SSS signal ◦ 168 different sequences called Physical-Layer CellIdentity groups (0-167) 168 Physical-Layer Cell-Identity groups with 3 Physical-Layer Identities per group ◦ 168 × 3 = 504 Physical-Layer Cell Identities .

e. i. PCIi = 0 ⇒ PCIi = 3. q’ = INT(Sj/30) Simulations hint that the following combinations at adjacent cells will give bad performance. 343. same k ◦ Same m0 ◦ Same m1 For example. 497 are not optimal combinations for adjacent cells This is valid for the case when cells are synchronized . 420.e. 179. 2. 262. … 498. 91. 261. 422. i. 421. 177. 6.For each cell. 90. PCIi = 3Sj + Pk ◦ i = 0 … 503 ◦ j = 0 … 167group ◦ k = 0 … 2 ID The sequence for the SSS signal is generated as follows: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ m0 = m’ mod 31 m1 = [m0+INT(m’/31)+1] mod 31 m’ = Sj+q(q+1)/2 q = INT((Sj+q’(q’+1)/2)/30). 178. 495. long synchronization times and high interference: ◦ Same ID. 496. 342. 344. 92. 263. 501 and 1.

i = PCIi mod 6 Different νshift. this will also lead to different νshift.i in adjacent cells . if applying the rule that k should be different in adjacent cells.Shift = 0 Shift = 1 Shift = 5 ……… There are six possible frequency shifts of RSs The frequency shift is given by νshift.i should be used in adjacent cells However.

e.There are two main strategy options: Neighboring sites are grouped into clusters. Each site is assigned a specific Code Group and each sector a specific Color Group Random planning i. and each cluster is assigned a limited number of Code Groups. PCI plan that does not consider PCI grouping and does not follow any specific reuse pattern The first strategy option is recommended to use in order to avoid non-optimal PCI combinations for adjacent cells .

... 2 PCIs should be split into 3 different color groups and 168 code groups Code groups should be reserved for special purposes..... ...... in adjacent cells or pointing at each other . 1 Alt. this will eliminate the risk of having the same k or frequency shift in the same site....0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 4 8 0 0 8 16 1 3 7 11 1 3 11 19 2 6 10 14 2 6 14 22 .. ..... ... 162 486 490 494 162 486 494 502 163 489 493 497 163 489 497 1 164 492 496 500 164 492 500 4 165 495 499 503 165 495 503 7 166 498 502 2 166 498 2 10 167 501 1 5 167 501 5 13 Alt.... e.. inbuilding and PLMN borders or for future expansions If a color group is assigned per sector and a code group is assigned per site.g..... ..

in adjacent cells or pointing at each other Also the risk of having conflicting SSS sequences in adjacent cells is reduced – although this may appear at cluster borders .P0 12 0 2 2 0 4 2 0 7 2 1 0 10 2 1 1 2 5 2 8 2 11 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 2 6 2 9 2 26 2 29 2 32 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 13 2 16 2 19 2 22 2 24 2 1 27 0 2 30 2 33 2 0 35 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 14 2 17 2 20 2 23 2 25 2 28 2 31 2 0 34 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 35 0 2 1 38 2 1 0 1 0 1 41 2 44 2 46 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 36 2 39 2 42 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 P2 15 2 18 2 2 1 2 P1 k=0 ⇒ Color group 0 k=1 ⇒ Color group 1 k=2 ⇒ Color group 2 Assign a color group to each sector and a code group per site 0 37 2 40 0 2 43 2 45 2 Typically 10-15 3-sector sites in a cluster Use a subset of the code groups in each cluster If there are ~70 code groups available. PCIs may be repeated every fifth or sixth cluster Structured planning like this eliminates the risk of having conflicting k or frequency shift in the same site.

6-sector sites and Omni sites may be mixed in same area ⇒ It may not be possible to follow a strict planning pattern ⇒ Priority orders need to be followed .Irregular pattern for site-to-site distances and sector angles 3-sector sites.

The same PCI:s should be avoided within the same site and as neighbors PCI:s with conflicting k values should be avoided within the same site and as neighbors PCI:s with conflicting m0 and m1 values should be avoided within the same site and as neighbors 2. Reasons for not following these rules strictly: Will not work in an irregular pattern (see previous slide) Will cause a lot of limitations on neighbors and neighbor lists have to be shortened .When planning PCI:s the following priority orders are recommended: 1. 3.

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