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Fast L1 Synchronization

RAN15.0

Feature Parameter Description

Issue

Draft A

Date

2013-01-30

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Fast L1 Synchronization RAN15.0 Feature Parameter Description Issue Draft A Date 2013-01-30 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
Fast L1 Synchronization RAN15.0 Feature Parameter Description Issue Draft A Date 2013-01-30 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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Contents

Contents

  • 1 About This Document

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1-1

Scope

  • 1.1 ............................................................................................................................................

1-1

  • 1.2 Audience.........................................................................................................................

Intended

1-1

Change History

  • 1.3 ..............................................................................................................................

1-1

  • 2 Overview......................................................................................................................................

2-1

2.1

Definition

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2-1

2.2

Gains

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2-1

  • 3 Technical Description

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3-1

  • 4 Related Features

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4-1

  • 4.1 Features.........................................................................................................................

Required

4-1

  • 4.2 Mutually Exclusive Features

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4-1

Affected Features

  • 4.3 ..........................................................................................................................

4-1

  • 5 Network Impact

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5-1

System Capacity

  • 5.1 ...........................................................................................................................

5-1

  • 5.2 Network Performance

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5-1

  • 6 Engineering Guidelines

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6-1

  • 6.1 When to Use Fast L1 Synchronization

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6-1

  • 6.2 Required Information .....................................................................................................................

6-1

6.3

Planning

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6-1

6.4

Deployment

................................................................................................................................... 6.4.1 Activation

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6-1

6-1

  • 6.4.2 Observation ..........................................................................................................

Activation

6-1

Deactivation

  • 6.4.3 ..........................................................................................................................

6-1

  • 6.4.4 MML Command Examples

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6-1

  • 6.5 Performance Monitoring

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6-1

  • 7 Parameters..................................................................................................................................

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Counters

  • 8 ......................................................................................................................................

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Glossary

  • 9 ......................................................................................................................................

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  • 10 Reference Documents

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About This Document

1 About This Document

  • 1.1 Scope

This document describes the Fast L1 Synchronization feature for non-Push to Talk (PTT) services, including the working principles, related features, network impacts, and engineering guidelines.

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization About This Document 1 About This Document 1.1 Scope This document

For details on the Fast L1 Synchronization feature for PTT services, see the description of fast L1 synchronization in Push To Talk Feature Parameter Description.

  • 1.2 Intended Audience

This document is intended for personnel who:

  • Need to understand Fast L1 Synchronization

  • Work with Huawei UMTS products

    • 1.3 Change History

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

  • Feature change: refers to a change in the Fast L1 Synchronization feature of a specific product version.

  • Editorial change: refers to a change in wording or the addition of information that was not described in the earlier version.

Document Versions

The document version is Draft A (2013-01-30).

Draft A (2013-01-30)

This is the draft of the document for RAN15.0.

Compared with issue 01 (2012-07-20) for RAN14.0, Draft A (2013-01-30) for RAN15.0 includes the following changes.

Change Type

Change Description

Parameter Change

Feature change

None

None

Editorial change

Added the restrictions on this feature only for non-PTT services. For details, see section 1.1 "Scope."

None

Optimized the descriptions in chapter 3 "Technical Description."

None

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Overview

2 Overview

  • 2.1 Definition

During processes such as initial access, service setup, state transition, and hard handover, synchronization establishment between the UE and the universal terrestrial radio access network (UTRAN) must be completed before data transmission. In the common synchronization establishment procedure, the UE and the UTRAN first implement downlink synchronization and then uplink synchronization. Fast L1 Synchronization enables simultaneous downlink and uplink synchronization.

This feature was introduced in Release 6 of 3GPP TS 25.214.

  • 2.2 Gains

This feature shortens the synchronization establishment duration by up to 40 ms. The gains from this feature vary with the implementation mechanism of specific UEs.

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Technical Description

3 Technical Description

If the RNC parameter PROCESSSWITCH is set to NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_SWITCH-1, the UTRAN sends the "Post-verification period" information element (IE) to a Release 6 or later UE during initial access, service setup, state transition, or hard handover. The IE instructs the UE to use fast L1 synchronization.

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization Technical Description 3 Technical Description If the RNC parameter PROCESSSWITCH is

The "Post-verification period" IE is contained in the "Downlink information common for all radio links" IE, which is carried by the Uu interface messages Cell Update Confirm, RRC Connection Setup, Radio Bearer Setup, and Physical Channel Reconfiguration. For details about the IE structure, see 3GPP TS 25.331.

UEs that support fast L1 synchronization learn whether to adopt fast L1 synchronization by identifying the "Post-verification period" IE. As shown in Figure 3-1, uplink and downlink sychronization take place simultaneously once the UE receives the "Post-verification period" IE. The procedure is as follows:

  • 1. The UTRAN starts data transmission on the downlink dedicated physical channel (DPCH) or fractional DPCH (F-DPCH).

  • 2. Simultaneously, the UE starts data transmission on the uplink dedicated physical control channel (DPCCH).

  • 3. The UTRAN establishes uplink synchronization with the UE once detecting data transmitted on the uplink DPCCH.

A common synchronization establishment procedure is implemented in either of the following scenarios:

  • The UE does not receive the "Post-verification period" IE.

  • The UE does not support fast L1 synchronization.

In this situation, the UE and the UTRAN first implement downlink synchronization, and then the UE starts data transmission on the uplink DPCCH to start uplink synchronization with the UTRAN.

Figure 3-1 Fast L1 synchronization

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization Technical Description 3 Technical Description If the RNC parameter PROCESSSWITCH is

Before this feature was introduced, downlink and uplink synchronization were implemented in sequence, each occupying a time period of N312 x 40 ms. The value of N312 is set by running the SET UCONNMODETIMER command.

When this feature is used, the UE starts data transmission on the uplink DPCCH and the UTRAN establishes uplink synchronization with the UE during downlink synchronization. In this way, uplink

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Technical Description

synchronization and downlink synchronization take place simultaneously. This shortens the synchronization establishment duration.

For details on how the UE and UTRAN interact with each other during fast L1 synchronization, see section 4.3.2 "Radio link establishment and physical layer reconfiguration for dedicated channels" in 3GPP TS 25.214.

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Related Features

4 Related Features

4.1

Required Features

None

4.2

Mutually Exclusive Features

None

4.3

Affected Features

None

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Network Impact

5 Network Impact

  • 5.1 System Capacity

None

  • 5.2 Network Performance

Theoretically, this feature reduces the RRC connection setup success rate, RAB assignment success rate, and handover success rate. The causes are as follows: When the UE sends the control information on the uplink DPCCH, the downlink radio link quality becomes unstable. This increases transmit power control (TPC) bit errors, causing the uplink received total wideband power (RTWP) to rise or making uplink synchronization difficult.

However, Huawei lab test results show that the RRC connection setup success rate, RAB assignment success rate, and handover success rate are not reduced after this feature is enabled. In the multi-user HSPA service test, this feature does not have a significant impact on the RTWP.

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Engineering Guidelines

6 Engineering Guidelines

  • 6.1 When to Use Fast L1 Synchronization

This feature is recommended when the service setup delay and handover delay need to be reduced and UEs that support Release 6 or later versions are in the network.

  • 6.2 Required Information

The proportion of UEs in the network that support Release 6 or later versions.

  • 6.3 Planning

None

  • 6.4 Deployment

    • 6.4.1 Activation

To activate the Fast L1 Synchronization feature, run the SET URRCTRLSWITCH command on the RNC to turn on the feature switch.

  • 6.4.2 Activation Observation

To check whether the Fast L1 Synchronization feature has been activated, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Obtain a UMTS UE of Release 6 or later versions. Obtain the IMSI of the UE and start UE signaling tracing on the RNC.

Step 2 Use the UE to set up a CS call in a UMTS cell enabled with this feature. Step 3 View the UE signaling tracing messages. Verify that the "Downlink information common for all radio links" IE in the RRC Connection Setup message contains the "Post-verification period" IE. If the value of the "Post-verification period" IE is TRUE, this feature has been activated.

----End

  • 6.4.3 Deactivation

To deactivate the Fast L1 Synchronization feature, run the SET URRCTRLSWITCH command on the RNC to turn off the feature switch.

  • 6.4.4 MML Command Examples

//Activating the Fast L1 Synchronization feature

SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH=NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_SWITCH-1;

//Deactivating the Fast L1 Synchronization feature

SET URRCTRLSWITCH: PROCESSSWITCH=NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_SWITCH-0;

  • 6.5 Performance Monitoring

None

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Parameters

7 Parameters

Table 7-1 Parameter description

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

N312

BSC6900/

SET

WRFD-010101

3GPP R9

Meaning:Maximum number of

BSC6910

UCONNMODE

Specifications

successive "in sync"

TIMER

indications received from L1.

GUI Value Range:D1, D2, D4, D10, D20, D50, D100, D200, D400, D600, D800, D1000

Actual Value Range:1, 2, 4, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000

Unit:None

Default Value:D1

PROCESSS

BSC6900/

SET

WRFD-010101

3GPP R9

Meaning:1)INVOKE_TRACE_

WITCH

BSC6910

URRCTRLSWI

TCH

WRFD-020124

Specifications

SWITCH.

WRFD-140206

Uplink Flow

When it is checked, RNC will

WRFD-150205

Control of User Plane

start Invoke Trace procedure upon receiving INVOKE TRACE Message form CN,

WRFD-150299

Layered Paging in URA_PCH

otherwise, RNC won't start the Invoke Trace procedure

Layered Paging in Idle Mode

though it receives the INVOKE TRACE message.

2)SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR

_IU_RST.

When it is checked, RNC will broadcast SYSTEM INFORMATION messages to UE when Iu transmission failure occurs, otherwise, RNC won't broadcast SYSTEM INFORMATION messages to UE when Iu transmission failure occurs.

3)DRNC_DIRECT_DSCR.

When it is checked, DRNC will start DSCR procedure directly in RRC states other than CELL_DCH, otherwise, DRNC will transfer RRC CELL UPDATE message to SRNC.

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

4)RNC_SHARE_SWITCH.

When it is checked, the traffic sharing function is enabled, otherwise, the traffic sharing function is disabled, service access will be affected under heavy traffic.

5)RNCAP_IMSI_HO_SWITC

H.

When it is checked, Imsi handover function will be used, otherwise it will be not used.

6)TERMINAL_VERSION_DE

BASE_SWITCH.

When it is checked, terminal version R4 will debase to R99.

7)SYS_HO_OUT_CIPHER_S

WITCH.

When it is checked, the RNC will add ciphering byte at GSM HANDOVER COMMAND if the GSM system do not add any cipher information at that message.

8)SYS_HO_CIPHER_CONFI

G.

When it is checked, the cipher configuration in the added cipher byte in GSM will be A5/1.When it is no checked ,the cipher configuration is A5/0.

9)BARRED_CELL_FOR_CSD

OMAIN_RST.

When it is checked, cell will be bared when CS domain is invalid, otherwise the CS domain will be bared when CS domain is invalid. It is invalid If SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_I U_RST is not checked.

10)CR2284R1_SWITCH.

In section 8.6.6.28 of

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

TS25.331 of R5 Before2006, it describes that the HFN should add one when UE is ciphering in the situation of Timing re-initialized hard handover, while not specified in RB SETUP process in the section of 8.6.4.3. so it is not clear whether to add or not in RB SETUP in DRD scenarios. CR2284R1 clarify that HFN should add one in RB SETUP process with Timing re-initialized hard handover. when it is checked ,RNC accepts this CR2284R1; when it is not checked ,RNC does not accept this CR2284R1.

11)CDT_MSG_FULL_TRACE

.

When it is checked, CDT trace function which starts tracing from message RRC CONNECT REQUEST.

12)CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE

_SWITCH.

CR2284R1 causes the compatible problem. if UE is not consistent with RNC regarding whether accept the CR2284R1 or not, it will cause the problem of streaming when UEs are communicating with each other. So RNC creates this switch. when it is checked, RNC is auto-adaptive to accept the CR2284R1 according to UE version information. The principles that RNC judges UE whether to accept the CR2284R1 are as follows: R5 and above UE accepts the CR; R99/R4 UE, if it receives the START LIST value from RB SETUP COMPLETE,RNC figures that UE accepts the CR; R99/R4 UE, if it only receives the START value from RB SETUP

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

COMPLETE,RNC figures that UE does not accept the CR; when it is not checked, whether RNC accept the CR or not is according to CR2284R1_SWITCH. The relations between these two switches CR2284R1_SWITCH and

CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE_S

WITCH are as follows:

(1)CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE

_SWITCH is checked, RNC is self-compatible, so the CR2284R1_SWITCH is invalid;

(2)CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE

_SWITCH is not checked, the CR2284R1_SWITCH is valid.

13)COMBINE_OPERATION_

DRD_SWITCH.

When it is on, RNC will not reject the message RB SETUP CMP without the IE active time.

14)UL_INTER_PROTECT_S

WITCH.

When the switch is off, RNC will not do integrity protection check for uplink RRC messages.

15)FAST_DORMANCY_SWIT

CH.

When it is checked, RNC will apply FAST DORMANCY function.

16)SYS_HO_IN_CIPHER_S

WITCH.

When it is checked, don't receive the encrypted ability information from RELOC REQ ,default configured of encrypted parameter are UIA1 and UEA0.

17)PTT_EARLY_TRANS_SW

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

ITCH_OFF.

When it is checked, PTT user will not apply the early transmission function, otherwise, PTT user will apply the early transmission function.

18)UPLINK_MDC_ENHENCE

MENT_SWITCH.

This switch has become invalid.

19)NODEB_PRIVATE_INTER

FACE_SWITCH.

When it is checked, the NodeB private interface data can be taken to the NodeB through the IUB protocol message.

20)PTT_SPEC_LI_SWITCH_

OFF.

When it is checked, special LI will not be used for PTT user, otherwise, special LI will be used for PTT user.

21)RNC_DF_2_URA_PCH_S

WITCH.

When it is checked, RNC will support transferring Fast Dormancy UE from CELL_DCH or CELL_FACH to URA_PCH. When it is not checked, RNC will not support transferring Fast Dormancy UE from CELL_DCH or CELL_FACH to URA_PCH.

22)FD_TAC_MATCH_SWITC

H.

When it is checked, RNC will apply FAST DORMANCY function for UE whose TAC is configured in database. When it is not checked, RNC will apply FAST DORMANCY function for UE whose version

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

is R5 or later.

23)NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYN

C_SWITCH.

When this switch is turned on, if a UE sets up a non-PTT service on the DCH, the RNC includes the Post-verification period information element (IE) in a Uu message to instruct the UE to perform concurrent uplink and downlink synchronization.

When this switch is turned off, if a UE sets up a non-PTT service on the DCH, the RNC does not include the Post-verification period IE in a Uu message. The UE first performs downlink synchronization and then uplink synchronization.

24)URAPCH_LAYERED_PAG

ING_RT_SWITCH.

Whether the RNC allows Layered Paging in URA_PCH for a UE processing real-time services.

When this switch is turned on, the RNC sends paging messages to the cell on which a UE processing real-time services camped recently and to the neighboring cells of this cell. The RNC pages the UE in the entire UTRAN registration area (URA) only when it does not receive a response from the UE. This significantly reduces the number of paging messages on the Uu interface.

When this switch is turned off, the RNC directly pages the UE in the entire URA.

25)URAPCH_LAYERED_PAG

ING_NRT_SWITCH. Whether the RNC allows

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

Layered Paging in URA_PCH for a UE processing non-real-time services.

When this switch is turned on, the RNC sends paging messages to the cell on which a UE processing non-real-time services camped recently and to the neighboring cells of this cell. The RNC pages the UE in the entire URA only when the RNC does not receive a response from the UE. This significantly reduces the number of paging messages on the Uu interface.

When this switch is turned off, the RNC directly pages the UE in the entire URA.

26)IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING

_NRT_SWITCH.

Whether to enable layered paging for UEs in the idle state who will establish non-real-time service.

When this switch is turned on (selected), the first broadcasts a paging message in the cell who has interacted with the UE for the last time and its neighboring cells. If the UE

cannot be paged,

the RNC

then broadcasts a paging message in the LAC or RAC area.

When this switch is turned off (deselected), the RNC directly broadcasts a paging message in the LAC or RAC area.

27)IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING

_RT_SWITCH.

Whether to enable layered paging for UEs in the idle state who will establish real-time service.

When this switch is turned on

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

(selected),first broadcasts a paging message in the cell who has interacted with the UE for the last time and its neighboring cells. If the UE cannot be paged, the RNC then broadcasts a paging message in the LAC or RAC area.

When this switch is turned off (deselected), the RNC directly broadcasts a paging message in the LAC or RAC area.

28)INTELLIGENT_WIFI_DET

ECT_AND_SELECTION.

Whether to enable intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection for the RNC.

When this switch is turned on, the RNC supports intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection.

When this switch is turned off, the RNC does not supports intelligent Wi-Fi detection and selection.

29)INTERRAT_LOAD_REPO

RT_FOR_LTE_SWITCH.

Whether to enable the RIM-based cell load sharing function.

When this switch is turned on, RIM-based load sharing can be achieved between UMTS and LTE cells. Upon receiving a load sharing request from an LTE cell, a UMTS cell responds with its own load information.

When this switch is turned off, UMTS cells do not support the RIM-based cell load sharing function. Therefore, UMTS cells do not respond to load sharing requests from LTE cells.

30)PTUSER_IDENTIFY_SWI

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

TCH.

Whether to preferentially guarantee platinum users in terms of network access, voice quality, or PS service rate.

When this switch is turned on, the RNC recognizes platinum users and preferentially guarantees their user experience.

When this switch is turned off, the RNC does not recognize platinum users and does not preferentially guarantee their user experience.

GUI Value Range:INVOKE_TRACE_SWI TCH, SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_I U_RST, DRNC_DIRECT_DSCR, RNC_SHARE_SWITCH, RNCAP_IMSI_HO_SWITCH, TERMINAL_VERSION_DEBA SE_SWITCH, SYS_HO_OUT_CIPHER_SW ITCH, SYS_HO_CIPHER_CONFIG, BARRED_CELL_FOR_CSDO MAIN_RST,

CR2284R1_SWITCH,

CDT_MSG_FULL_TRACE,

CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE_S

WITCH,

COMBINE_OPERATION_DR

D_SWITCH,

UL_INTER_PROTECT_SWIT

CH,

FAST_DORMANCY_SWITCH

,

SYS_HO_IN_CIPHER_SWIT

CH,

PTT_EARLY_TRANS_SWITC

H_OFF,

UPLINK_MDC_ENHENCEME

NT_SWITCH,

NODEB_PRIVATE_INTERFA

CE_SWITCH,

PTT_SPEC_LI_SWITCH_OF

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Parameters

Parameter NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description ID Command F, RNC_DF_2_URA_PCH_SWI TCH, FD_TAC_MATCH_SWITCH, NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_S WITCH,
Parameter
NE
MML
Feature ID
Feature Name
Description
ID
Command
F,
RNC_DF_2_URA_PCH_SWI
TCH,
FD_TAC_MATCH_SWITCH,
NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_S
WITCH,
URAPCH_LAYERED_PAGIN
G_RT_SWITCH,
URAPCH_LAYERED_PAGIN
G_NRT_SWITCH,
IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING_N
RT_SWITCH,
IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING_R
T_SWITCH,
INTELLIGENT_WIFI_DETEC
T_AND_SELECTION,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT
_FOR_LTE_SWITCH,
PTUSER_IDENTIFY_SWITC
H
Actual Value
Range:INVOKE_TRACE_SWI
TCH,
SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_I
U_RST,
DRNC_DIRECT_DSCR,
RNC_SHARE_SWITCH,
RNCAP_IMSI_HO_SWITCH,
TERMINAL_VERSION_DEBA
SE_SWITCH,
SYS_HO_OUT_CIPHER_SW
ITCH,
SYS_HO_CIPHER_CONFIG,
BARRED_CELL_FOR_CSDO
MAIN_RST,
CR2284R1_SWITCH,
CDT_MSG_FULL_TRACE,
CR2284R1_COMPATIBLE_S
WITCH,
COMBINE_OPERATION_DR
D_SWITCH,
UL_INTER_PROTECT_SWIT
CH,
FAST_DORMANCY_SWITCH
,
SYS_HO_IN_CIPHER_SWIT
CH,
PTT_EARLY_TRANS_SWITC
H_OFF,
UPLINK_MDC_ENHENCEME
NT_SWITCH,
NODEB_PRIVATE_INTERFA

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Parameters

Parameter NE MML Feature ID Feature Name Description ID Command CE_SWITCH, PTT_SPEC_LI_SWITCH_OF F, RNC_DF_2_URA_PCH_SWI TCH, FD_TAC_MATCH_SWITCH,
Parameter
NE
MML
Feature ID
Feature Name
Description
ID
Command
CE_SWITCH,
PTT_SPEC_LI_SWITCH_OF
F,
RNC_DF_2_URA_PCH_SWI
TCH,
FD_TAC_MATCH_SWITCH,
NONPTT_L1_FAST_SYNC_S
WITCH,
URAPCH_LAYERED_PAGIN
G_RT_SWITCH,
URAPCH_LAYERED_PAGIN
G_NRT_SWITCH,
IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING_N
RT_SWITCH,
IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING_R
T_SWITCH,
INTELLIGENT_WIFI_DETEC
T_AND_SELECTION,
INTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT
_FOR_LTE_SWITCH,
PTUSER_IDENTIFY_SWITC
H
Unit:None
Default
Value:INVOKE_TRACE_SWI
TCH-0&SYS_INFO_UPDATE
_FOR_IU_RST-0&DRNC_DIR
ECT_DSCR-0&RNC_SHARE
_SWITCH-1&RNCAP_IMSI_H
O_SWITCH-0&TERMINAL_V
ERSION_DEBASE_SWITCH-
0&SYS_HO_OUT_CIPHER_
SWITCH-0&SYS_HO_CIPHE
R_CONFIG-1&BARRED_CEL
L_FOR_CSDOMAIN_RST-0&
CR2284R1_SWITCH-0&CDT
_MSG_FULL_TRACE-0&CR2
284R1_COMPATIBLE_SWIT
CH-1&COMBINE_OPERATIO
N_DRD_SWITCH-1&UL_INT
ER_PROTECT_SWITCH-0&F
AST_DORMANCY_SWITCH-
0&SYS_HO_IN_CIPHER_SW
ITCH-0&PTT_EARLY_TRAN
S_SWITCH_OFF-0&UPLINK_
MDC_ENHENCEMENT_SWI
TCH-0&NODEB_PRIVATE_IN
TERFACE_SWITCH-0&PTT_

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Parameters

Parameter

NE

MML

Feature ID

Feature Name

Description

ID

Command

         

SPEC_LI_SWITCH_OFF-0&R

NC_DF_2_URA_PCH_SWIT

CH-0&FD_TAC_MATCH_SWI

TCH-0&NONPTT_L1_FAST_

SYNC_SWITCH-0&URAPCH

_LAYERED_PAGING_RT_S

WITCH-0&URAPCH_LAYER

ED_PAGING_NRT_SWITCH-

0&IDLE_LAYERED_PAGING

_NRT_SWITCH-0&IDLE_LAY

ERED_PAGING_RT_SWITC

H-0&INTELLIGENT_WIFI_DE

TECT_AND_SELECTION-0&I

NTERRAT_LOAD_REPORT_

FOR_LTE_SWITCH-0&PTUS

ER_IDENTIFY_SWITCH-0

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization

Counters

8 Counters

There are no specific counters associated with this feature.

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization

Glossary

9 Glossary

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

WCDMA RAN Fast L1 Synchronization

Reference Documents

10 Reference Documents

[1] 3GPP TS 25.214 Physical layer procedures (FDD) [2] 3GPP TS 25.331 Radio Resource Control (RRC)