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List of detected preambles: The eNB shall report a list of detected PRACH preambles to higher layers. Higher layer utilize this info for the RACH procedure Transport BLER: The ACK/ NACKs for each transmission of the HARQ process are reported to the MAC. Based on these ACK/NACKs the higher layers compute the BLER for RRM issues. TA: The eNB needs to measure the initial timing advance (TA) of the uplink channels based on the RACH preamble Average RSSI: Measured in UL by eNB. It can be used as a level indicator for the UL power control. The RSSI measurements are all UE related and shall be separately performed for ( TTI intervals) UL data allocation (PUSCH) UL control channel (PUCCH) Sounding reference signal (SRS)

Average SINR: In UL the eNB measures SINR per UE. The average SINR can be used as a quality indicator for the UL power control

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CELL SELECTION Upon PLMN selection, UE uses cell selection for fast cell searching to camp on. To receive system information UE tunes to the control channels. This procedure is known as "camping on the cell. The UE will then register its presence in the registration area of the chosen cell by NAS (Non Access Stratum) registration procedure. NAS registration procedure means the upper layer information is transmitted from UE to CN via AS (Access Stratum). The NAS offers the E-UMTS service to the users. The cell will be decided as suitable if it fulfils the cell selection criteria. The purpose of camping on a cell is: To enable UE reception of system information from the selected PLMN To allow UE an RRC connection, accessing the network on the cell control channel. To receive paging and respond to paging messages on a tuned control channel in the registration area. The PLMN knows the tracking area of the cell in which the registered UE is camped. PLMN SELECTION UE scans RF channels in the eUTRAN band according to its capabilities to find available PLMNs. On each carrier, the UE searches for the strongest cell If the UE can read the PLMN identity (from SIB), the PLMN and the measured signal strength is reported to the NAS After selecting a PLMN, the cell selection process starts where the UE selects a suitable cell and the radio access mode based on idle mode measurements and cell selection criteria.

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E-UTRAN coverage must be overlapped by GERAN or UTRAN coverage Having terminated CS call, the UE may either stay in current RAT or go back to EUTRAN using existing mechanisms PS services may be provided in parallel to the CS call depending on the DTM capability of the UE and target RAT Evolved Packet Core (EPC) must support CS inter-working for mobility management and paging SGs interface between MME and MSC server is needed interworking between SGSN and MME and PDN-GW is realized via pre-Rel.8 Gn interface CS domain must support CS Fallback, i.e. MSC must support SGs interface to MME

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